7 Burst results for "Ted Twin"

"ted twin" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"ted twin" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Well, Debra thank you for holding on this morning. How're you doing? Thank you. Good. How long have you been married? So we were talking specifically came out of a caller yesterday and cine also volunteering her candor about average time. Once she got married that she was intimate. She's a twice a month Tania's curious for her future. And a lot of people are calling in. And they're saying that the average is anywhere between four and two times a month. That's kind of where we're seeing it land here in southern California. So Deborah, go ahead. What about for you? You have kids. One thing not bring the kids bed. One thing. Well, Debra thank you for calling. That's sage advice. So is that point one to a month for the I I I don't know how you do the math. But she's saying once a year birthday anniversary or an occasion. Yeah. What I'm hosting American idol. We could halfway through the songs sometimes I'll call at halftime and go to the judges for how are we doing halftime here in this conversation Tanya, how do you think we're doing? Well, we were doing a solid three times a month. And now this is going to bring our average down of smidge. Are you surprised though by the four three twice a month? Are you surprised? No. That seems about. Low. Yeah. It seems low. Yeah. So you surprise. Do you have any energy today are you alive? Do you realize that this is a show that is broadcast, and we have to create images of people's based on our words, I'm trying to figure out I'm trying to average the point one. Frigeri now, just your human reaction to this. It seems low to me. Lasted inspired by these results. No. I'm very inspired to get married because I will bump up the average. Alright she will take America by storm Mindy. Thanks for calling. Go ahead. I was listening to you by. I just kind of want it. I've been married for eleven years had three children and eleven year old and two nine year old and. I've always been very important. We show that. You know in front of our girls, and sometimes they're kind kinda grossed out because we do like to hug and kiss in front of them. But the is know times a week at least at least two or sometimes three and a lucky week four. Yes. And you know, like we we find that sometime next. Then. You know, like it just really, you know, really important to communicate on and making sure that we're both getting what we need and keeping spicy or store. How do you -gistically work that out with the kids when you're getting into three times a week? How are you not tired? You know, the kids all go to bed about eight thirty nine o'clock nine o'clock every night. And that's really our time to unwind then. And you know, we like to go on vacation. But each other. Where it's just the two of us an eight nine. Fortunate that my parents are closer than they like to take them on the weekends. Sometimes the big bear. So you know, that we we have that. But it's just always been very important. We don't so you make it a priority and it works. Good for you. Yes. Ted twins and everything. Okay, noted. So let's let Mindy be million Yorba Linda, be your inspiration. Is it funny? How vacations do make you wanna do it more? The hotel funny. Why do I go on vacation? That's what..

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"ted twin" Discussed on The Guardian Books Podcast

The Guardian Books Podcast

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"ted twin" Discussed on The Guardian Books Podcast

"And it'd be really interesting just to mention because you mentioned that says I just then about how people both overestimated on. Underestimated the influence of genetics on heritage ability. And you mentioned white which I think is a very interesting topic to to bring up because as you said people quite dramatically underestimated the role of genetics on white. Can you sort of explain typically in reference to you research with twins? How we've come to understand that the genetic role in white just with her two main methods, and they're very different yet. They give you the same result and in science that's always a good thing because every method has its problems. But if they both converge on the same conclusion, you feel a lot more comfortable with the result. And I'd like to actually start with the adoption project because in the book, my two major projects are with called Colorado adoption project, which is a study. I did when I was in the US it's gone on for forty years. And now this twin study of ten thousand pairs of twins in the UK called Ted's twins, early development study, just briefly the adoption method, though is like a social experiment. Where if you say nature and nurture run together and families. So you noticed that you can see this in the real world heavier parents tend to have heavier children wait runs in families for a long time. People just assume well, that's nurture. The parents give the kids the food. They are role models for their lifestyles perfectly reasonable to think, it's all environmental. But the adoption method says, well, let's look at adoptive parents who raise the kids from early in life, but they don't they're not genetically similar the kids they correlate zero and conversely what about the birth? Parents of those kids who adopted away those kids from birth haven't seen the kid since have no influence on their lives. They correlate just as much as the parents who are their own kids. So that's why it's such a dramatic example of the power of genetics and the other part of this the lack of power of the sort of environment. We assumed to be all important. Richer, the family systematic family environments. Okay. But that's the adoption method the twin method gives you the same answer. But it's completely different. And it's a little harder for people to understand. So I think it's nice to start with the adoption it so the twin method one percent of all births are twins. Everybody must know twins and one third of those are identical twins, and they are clones to have the same DNA. They came from the same fertilized egg that then split it within the first two weeks of live. So there are one hundred percents similar genetically the other type of twin is called a fraternal twin non identical twin they're like any brother and sister sharing fifty percent of their genes fifty percents similar so the essence of the twin method is you've got one group of twins identical twins who are one hundred percent of like pair by pair. The other fifty percent of life. So any trait? You wanna think of a musical ability, which really hasn't been studied much. If you could measure musical ability, not an easy thing to do you'd find that if it's heritable you gotta predict identical twins are more similar..

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"ted twin" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"ted twin" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Get the sleep you have been dreaming up from the cremation society of minnesota weather center patchy fog this morning mostly cloudy all day high of thirty nine in minneapolis st paul window be south at five to fifteen tonight 28 tomorrow sunny thirty five we are keeping an eye on the possibility of snow later this week stay tune for updates i'm meteorologist john cable on twin cities news talk am eleven thirty it's twenty seven right now stay connected ted twin cities news talk wherever you go i heart radio our any mobile device twin cities news talk dot com courage true glenn back all the democrats want for christmas is him peach meant doesn't really work that way does it but that's really all they want for christmas is impeachment their best hope for seeing president trump removed from office is a special council in to the collusion investigation now they're terrified the trump might fire moeller while the investigation is still underway last week the department of justice provided congress with a large batch of text messages from former members of the special counsels team many of the tex menaced messages were hostile towards trump several republican congressmen are criticizing the integrity now of the special counsel adding fuel all to trump's claim that the investigation is nothing much more than a witchhunt as if things aren't dicey enough already over the weekend a lawyer for trump's transition team suggested moeller inappropriately gained access to thousands of transition team emails from government servers legal analysts say muller didn't break any rules about the debate is giving a republican critics more reason a cry foul so now democrats say the right is trying to shut down the whole investigation democrats have never been so concerned about the rule of law until now yesterday beef former attorney general eric holder weighed in all modes easy because he is what he knows the law it's so important and helpful when a former attorney general ways in he tweeted that firing muller was an absolute red line all in gaps holder also spoke on behalf of the vast majority of american people in warning republicans that any attempt to remove muller will not be tolerated don't you love it the way progressives always speak on behalf of the vast majority of people even though they usually don't represent the vast majority of people

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"ted twin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"ted twin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The new beers that have come in at any given time we usually have bought six hundred fifty different beers unafraid says his customers are overwhelmed by the choices and turning more and more to beer made by small local breweries and served in their own tapper it's exploded in a huge way and dumb almost all the town's adjacent to us have some form of alcohol producer there's of course in framing him jax abby an exhibit a and springdale what we're standing in now is not designed to feed beer to people towns in towns hands over gift to come to us were we're standing in is the medusa brewing company keith sullivan is 32yearold cofounder that's how things used to be breweries cater to the town in which their established enough that's kind of where we see this going reduce or is clearly trying to recreate how things used to be the big open spaces all dark wooden gleaming brass beertaps we can't get food here but you're welcome welcomed call for takeout feldman says people often show up with boxes of pizza were chinese food from nearby restaurant we really like having that family community sorta connected feel where i see us going is continuing to build on what we've created the taproom which is our community sullivan says the place cost upwards of half a million dollars to get started but it makes money and that's the thing about these small breweries they don't need to pump out a gazillion gallons of beer to survive back in the day most states didn't allow manufacturers to retail their own products but that change ted twinning cofounded mine brewery it's in hopkinton massachusetts the stark line for the boston marathon we'll get to enjoy the margins but a retailer would in addition to the manufacturer margins so really it's it's been one of the great developments at fueling some of the craft beer growth and it's simple the guy ruined beer during the day becomes the bartender at night the next big thing in beer the brewers association says each small brewers who need its own dick startline grows much of its own hops and other local spot exhibit a brings in food trucks and yogurt instructors on the weekends other places are organizing in gourmet multi course dinners that pair beer and food can get any better than this we'll see for npr news i'm erin scheckter in boston.

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"ted twin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"ted twin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A tasting of something rather than in every week owner can a sends out an email with all all the new beers that have come in at any given time we usually of about six hundred fifty different bears unafraid says his customers are overwhelmed by the choices and turning more and more to beer made by small local breweries and served in their own tapper it's exploded in a huge way and dumb almost all the towns of jason to us have some form of alcohol producer there's of course in framing him jacks abby an exhibit a and springdale what we're standing a now is not designed of feed beer to people towns in towns pounds over you have to come to us were standing in is the medusa brewing company keith sullivan is thirty two old cofounder that's how things used to be breweries caters to town in which their established a nazi that's power we see this going to do so is clearly trying to recreate how things used to be the big open spaces old dark would gleaming brass beertaps you can't get food here but you're welcomed call for takeout solomon says people often show up with boxes of pizza were chinese who from nearby restaurant we really like having that family community sorta connected feel where i see us going is continuing to build on what we've created the taproom which is our community sullivan says the place cost upwards of half a million dollars to get started but it makes money and that's the thing about these small breweries his they don't need to pump out a gazillion gallons of beer to survive back in the day most states didn't allow manufacturers to retail their own products but that change ted twinning cofounded start line brewery it's in hopkinton massachusetts the start line for the boston marathon you get to enjoy the margins that a retailer would in addition to the manufacturer margins so really it's it's been one of the great developments at healing some of the craft beer growth and it's simple the guy brewing beer during the day becomes the bartender at night the next big thing in beer the brewers association says each small brewery will need its own schtick startline grows much of its own hops and other local spot exhibit a brings.

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"ted twin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"ted twin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of something rather in every week owner can on affray sends out an now with all the new beers that have come in at any given time we usually of bought six hundred fifty different beer unafraid says his customers are overwhelmed by the choices and turning more and more to beer made by small local breweries and served in their own tapper it's exploded in a huge way and on almost all the town's adjacent to us have some form of alcohol producer there's of course in framing him jack savvy and exhibit a and springdale what we're standing in now is not designs of feed beer to people towns in towns towns over you have to come to us were standing in is the medusa brewing company keith sullivan is who 32yearold cofounder that's how things used to be breweries cater to the town in which their established enough that's kind of where we see this going to do so is clearly trying to recreate how things used to be the big open spaces all dark wooden gleaming brass beertaps you can't get food here but you're welcomed call for taker sullivan says people often show up with boxes of pizza were chinese food from nearby restaurants we really like having that family community sorta connected feel where i see us going is continuing to build on what we've created the taproom which is our community sullivan says the place cost upwards of half a million dollars to get started but it makes money and that's the thing about these small breweries they don't need to pump out a gazillion gallons of beer to survive back in the day most states didn't allow manufacturers to retail their own products but that change ted twinning cofounded start lying brewery it's an hopkinton massachusetts the start line for the boston marathon you get to enjoy the margins but a retailer would in addition to the manufacturer margins so really it's it's been one of the great developments at fueling some of the craft beer growth and it since the guy brewing beer during the day becomes the bartender at night the next big thing in beer the brewers association says each small brewer will need its own schtick startline grows much of its own hops and other local spot exhibit a brings in.

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"ted twin" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"ted twin" Discussed on Science Friday

"But if the baby is suffering due to lack of oxygen or nutrients it may be better for both the baby and the mother to be delivered early but you're constantly trying to weigh the risk of a of an unexpected premature delivery for medical indications versus the risk of staying in the womb when it's not a good idea rideau to the phones e 447 two for each 255 if you have questions about placenta and feudal development and please keep your suggestions for placenta recipes to yourself grower couldn't believe it let's go to cut to who question that's got to the phones going to jesse in rochester higher jesse welcome to signs friday all thank you ira um so with sounds like you've you've discovered that the placenta among identical twins would favour one over the other my twin identical son ted twin to twin transfusion syndrome which sounds like uh kind of an hyperactive uh tendency of their placenta to want to feed one and deplete the other i wonder if you could speak to how your new findings might be related to the twenty twin transfusion central okay you could you lends a little more what that is yet twin twin transfusions m syndrome is when the vessels in the placenta from one twin in the other um has abnormal connection so one typically one twin steals blood from the other twin directly in our particular study we excluded i twins with those abnormalities but we we're hoping that moving forward we can also look at how that transport of nutrients his altered with abnormal connections.

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