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"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:40 min | 2 months ago

"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"It's going to lead every major newscasts in this country. So if you really want humane treatment Don't get violent. Afghan refugees. You get a lot of mail on this. So, um there are 37,000 Afghan refugees heading to the U. S. A. Texas and California will get the most Then Oklahoma, Washington State, Arizona, Michigan, Missouri, Virginia, North Carolina, New York, Georgia and Florida. For example, Florida Going to get 1000 New York 1100. Um, the states of Hawaii and South Dakota, West Virginia, Wyoming and Washington. D c. Not a state Don't get any Now Afghans who are resettled or resettled on the basis of who, you know. Do you know anyone? In the USA. If you do, then you go there because they'll help you, and then they're either other resettlement agencies that help out, But this is not a flood and overflow. It's not a political thing. Um, and it seems to be under control at this point. This humanitarian play. These people helped us. In Afghanistan so they should come here and other countries. They can go to other countries, and they are Um, now last night, we did a story about black lives matter and who funds it because black lives matter is Marcus organization in business to overthrow The U. S government. And our capitalistic system. That's what black lives matter is in business to do. Everybody knows that. They don't deny it. They're proud of it. They brag about it. But what is frightening is they have so much money. Black lives matter that they can organized like this, Then you people in the street. They can attack people. Uh, one of their offshoots. Color of change attacked me. Okay? And I was done how quickly they put that together. Call me racist on based on nothing lies. But they were able to do it. And they got publicity for it. So Black lives matter gets hundreds of millions of dollars from the Tides Foundation. This is a very shadowy anti American group based in of all places. San Francisco. What a shock. Their address is 1012 torn E Avenue, San Francisco. 20. T o r N E Y. Maybe you want to drop in. Say Hello. Okay? Their East Coast headquarters is in New York City, 55 Exchange Place, So the Tides Foundation Is kind of a Catch all for radical left money. George Soros tens of millions of dollars, Okay, and the Tides Foundation wants to overthrow the U. S government Now nobody knows this because it's not reported. As we pointed out yesterday, If you miss our interview yesterday, and black lives matter, and please try to watch Okay. So the CEO of the Tides Foundation woman named Janice Evans Page 56 years old. Um, she used to work at Hewlett Packard. Okay. Um, she was, uh, some kind of executive there for more than 20 years. So she's a radical leftist. And, uh, 2018 was honored by Ebony magazine. As one of its Power 100 women Wow. Okay, so that's Janice. Second in command is Steve Zuckerman, already managing Director of Tides Foundation, and, uh, California. It's gotta be a from Yale NBA from Stanford. Um, and he's a radical leftist as well. So these are real human beings is a real organization. They get 100 million. Millions of dollars from people like George Soros and Ford Foundation and all these other radical left places, and they give a lot of it to be a lamb, who then pay people all over the country to cause trouble. Yeah, that's the pipeline. Now, do you? Have you ever heard that anywhere else from any other news agency? No. And it's easy to find it out. We didn't have a hard time finding any of that out. All right, uh, marijuana pot. We Mm. Wow. Far out. You know, I wanted to do a strobe light on the segment, but my producer said no, that would not be as my credibility. So we when I using a strobe leg, all right, according to the National Institute of Health A National Institute of Drug Abuse. Um more college students are using pot than ever before. Okay. It's an increase of 38% from 2015. So as legalization becomes a reality. The kids and colleges are smoking pot Now when I was in college in the Vietnam era, a lot of people a lot of idiots smoke pot and I call them idiots because it didn't do them any good. As far as I could see, I know I'm being judgmental. I understand. But that that was part everywhere. But it wasn't nearly as potent as it is now. So they got buzzed These kids. I mean, they did. I saw it, but now they get really stoned. You're in a car. Uh, Okay, so And the correspondingly as marijuana use among college students is up 38% since 2015 drinking is down now, you might say, Well, that's a good thing and it is a good thing. Putting hot because of pot. All right. So in 19 2062% of college students consumed alcohol now, 56%. But there's a lot of intoxicating stuff going on in college. Obviously. So There are a number of health studies and I'm just going to cite one of them. This is the latest one. But if you want just Google marijuana health studies and you'll see just a tremendous amount of material. Scientific That said Pot is bad for you physically and mentally Okay, but this is the latest one. This comes from the Canadian Medical Association Journal. Adults under the age of 45 consume cannabis over the past 30 days experience almost double the number of heart attacks and those who did not. That's very simple..

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"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

02:05 min | 2 months ago

"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

"Okay. So in correspondingly as marijuana use among college up thirty eight percents since two thousand fifteen drinking is down. Now you might say well. It's a good thing and it is a good thing but not because of pot all right so in two thousand nineteen sixty. Two percent of college students consumed alcohol now. Fifty six percent. But there's a lot of intoxicating stuff going on on college obviously so there are a number of health studies and i'm just going to cite one of them. This is the latest one. But if you want just google marijuana health studies and you'll see just a tremendous amount of material scientific. It's pot is bad for you physically and mentally okay. But this as one is comes from the canadian medical association journal adults under the age of forty five or consume cannabis over the past thirty days experienced. Almost double the number of heart attacks and those who did not not very simple very simple the long list of molly's We have overdose drug overdose deaths in america about one hundred thousand a year lead to death. That's the cdc stat but is far more than that. If you take heroin for a while your heart we'll give out die from a heart disease if you drink you'll die from cirrhosis of the liver but all of that goes back to their own win in the booze but it's not categorized the drug overdose struggle when you do something and then you hit the floor so all of these narcotics and alcohol. They kill you physically but we don't categorize it like that okay so the. Cdc they don't want anybody to smoke tobacco or chew tobacco k. Smoking pot anything but tobacco no.

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"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

02:00 min | 3 months ago

"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Experience at all in low rate Page County Plan, your trip visit will page dot com The White House's again hammering the controversial new abortion law in Texas. Press secretary Jen Psaki called it clearly unconstitutional. She said the Biden administration is looking at all options to help ensure that women in Texas have full access to health care. The U. S Supreme Court recently declined to block implementation of the Texas law, which bans abortions after six weeks of pregnancy. And despite the emergence of the Mu covid strain, officials at who say the fast spreading Delta variant remains the most concerning coronavirus strain, the group said new variant cases have been increasing in some South American countries, but they are decreasing in other regions of the world, especially where Delta is already circulating. And a new study suggests cannabis use may lead to a higher risk of heart attack. The new study, published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, suggests adults who use cannabis are twice as likely to have a heart attack than those who don't Based on a new study of data from 33,000 Adults. Health update. I'm Liz Warner, NBC NEWS RADIO I Heart radio goes one on one with Neil Sean of Journey. To reflect on those who inspired and motivated him. My dad was a big fan of Duke Ellington. Count Basie. You know Quincy Jones? Ebola. So that day I mean, he turned me on to like, you know all the greatest Jazz musicians because he was a jazz er and Yeah, I grew up in with all that. And then I got myself, You know, I kind of went towards the blues. I started listening a lot to you know, Albert King, you know, I started jamming around in the city a lot at Stone Corner, which was Michael Bloomfield's old Club in San Francisco within Bishop and I made friends with Alvin. Alvin took me to Fillmore west in San Francisco Introduced me to B. B and I remember being on stage with baby when I was 13, you know, with Bill Graham met Bell Gram to was it was just, you know, Amazing time. Keep listening to I heart radio for more Neil, Sean and all your favorite artists..

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"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:31 min | 3 months ago

"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Now and check out the hedging program from Barber Trade. Told the court at the hearing started that he is a soldier of the Islamic state. The trial is the largest in French history in London, Simon Allen Fox News trial is scheduled to last nine months. Authorities say the same Isis network that coordinated the Paris attacks launched an attack in Brussels months later that killed 32 people. New study links pot use and heart problems appear reviewed and published Study in the Canadian Medical Association Journal shows that while the risk of a heart attack and young adults is low, it goes up when people light up on a regular basis. Study found pot smokers between 18 and 44 had a 1.3% chance of experiencing a heart attack. That's up from 0.8% among those in the same age group that abstain more than 33,000. People took part in the study with more than 4600, saying they were recent cannabis users. While the chance of a heart attack is extremely low, it is more likely to occur among those using cannabis at least four times per month, regardless of consumption method. Smoking was the primary method observed in the study. C. J. Poppa Fox News to Whole Foods Stores that are set to open next year won't have cashiers. Amazon, which owns the grocery chain, says that the new stores in Washington D. C. In Sherman Oaks, California, People will be able to grab what they need and leave without opening their wallets. It says cameras and sensors will track what's taken off shelves and customers will be charged after they leave the store. But it says there will also be a self checkout available..

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"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:49 min | 3 months ago

"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Place in 2015 amid tight security, especially built courtroom. The trial has begun of 20 men charged over a night of Isis attacks in Paris six years ago in which 130 people were killed. The defendants include a man who is believed to be the only surviving member of the terror cell, Abdeslam He told the court at the hearing started that he is a soldier of the Islamic state. The trial is the largest in French history in London. Simonneau in Fox News trial is scheduled to last nine months. Authorities say the same Isis network that coordinated the Paris attacks launched an attack in Brussels months later that killed 32 people. New study links pot use and heart problems appear reviewed and published Study in the Canadian Medical Association Journal shows that while the risk of a heart attack and young adults is low, it goes up when people light up on a regular basis. Study found pot smokers between 18 and 44 had a 1.3% chance of experiencing a heart attack. That's up from 0.8% among those in the same age group that abstain more than 33,000. People took part in the study with more than 4600, saying they were recent cannabis users. While the chance of a heart attack is extremely low, it is more likely to occur among those using cannabis at least four times per month, regardless of consumption method. Smoking was the primary method observed in the study. C. J. Poppa Fox News to Whole Foods Stores that are set to open next year won't have cashiers. Amazon, which owns the grocery chain, says that the new stores in Washington, D. C and Sherman Oaks, California people be able to grab what they need and leave without opening their wallets. It says cameras and sensors were track what's taken off shelves and customers will be charged after they leave the store. But it says there will also be a self checkout available. Finely Scylla. Sarah, This is.

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"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:36 min | 3 months ago

"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on KTOK

"Fox snares. In Paris more than a dozen men on trial for a coordinated terror attack that took place in 2015 amid tight security, especially built courtroom. The trial has begun of 20 men charged over a night of Isis attacks in Paris six years ago. In which 130 people were killed. The defendants include a man who is believed to be the only surviving member of the terror cell. Salah Abdeslam, he told the court at the hearing started that he is a soldier of the Islamic state. The trial is the largest in French history. In London. Simon Allen Fox News trial is scheduled to last nine months, Authorities say the same Isis network that coordinated the Paris attacks launched an attack in Brussels months later that killed 32 people. New study links pot use and heart problems appear reviewed and published Study in the Canadian Medical Association Journal shows that while the risk of a heart attack and young adults is low, it goes up when people light up on a regular basis. Study found pot smokers between 18 and 44 had a 1.3% chance of experiencing a heart attack. That's up from 0.8% among those in the same age group that abstain more than 33,000. People took part in the study with more than 4600, saying they were recent cannabis users while the chance of a heart attack is extremely low. It is more likely to occur among those using cannabis at least four times per month, regardless of consumption method. The smoking was the primary method observed in the study. C. J. Poppa Fox News to Whole Foods Stores that are set to open next year won't have cashiers. Amazon, which owns the grocery chain, says that the new stores in Washington, D. C and Sherman Oaks, California People be able to grab what they need and leave without opening their wallets. It says. Cameras and sensors track what's taken off shelves and customers will be charged after they leave the store. But it says there will also be a self checkout available. I'm Lee Sela, Sarah, This is Fox News. Hey there, Oklahoma Meteorologist Erin Bracket with your accurate forecast here as we continue on through the middle of the week while you feel it much drier air and cooler temperatures, they're here might be a little bit warm, but starting to feel like fallout there For today, Northeast winds highs in the upper eighties, Clear skies were down to the low sixties. That could even be a couple upper fifties in some rural areas. Lower nineties tomorrow, mid nineties, though, for Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Some are coming right back, and we don't see those eighties return into the middle part of next week. That's a look. You're accurate Weather forecast for the 41 Storm team. I'm meteorologist Erin Bracket. On the air and online at K T.

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"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:11 min | 3 months ago

"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"A man who barricaded himself in a home in Carson for more than seven hours, has given himself up to cops. L. A county sheriff's deputies arrested him about 1 30 this morning. It's not known what prompted the guy to shut himself inside in the first place. The Deputy D. A. Who prosecuted the parents of two boys tortured. Murdered in the Antelope Valley is suing L. A county lawsuit by Deputy D A. John Khatami alleges retaliation race discrimination, defamation and intentional infliction of emotional distress for being outspoken about the directives of D A. George Gascon Tommy says he reported the alleged harassment and defamatory conduct Supervisor Catherine Bargor but never heard back. Animal shelters in L. A have a program to try and keep pets in loving homes called managed intake, and it's being used to seven county run shelters. The goal of the program is to only accept sick, malnourished or neglected animals. Pet owners can make an appointment at any of the shelter so officials can figure out whether they can help by providing assistance with vet bills, food supplies, boarding or training for behavioral issues. More than 25,000 dogs, Cats and other animals were taken in at the shelters in L. A county in the 2020 fiscal year, compared to 46,000 in 2019, Deborah Mark KFT news Cannabis apparently causes some cardiac conditions to research says Pot users between 18 and 44 have a bit higher chance of having a heart attack than the pot less people. The study, published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, says people in that age group who used cannabis at least four times a month. At a 1.3% chance of having a heart attack versus 0.8% for non pot. Part takers. Researchers say the problem could be a mismatch of oxygen supply and demand since marijuana can limit delivery of oxygen. How marijuana was consumed. Beit edibles, ointment or smoking was not considered, but smoking was the primary method noted in the study. Michael Kroger KFT news. And officials with the Museum of Pinball in banning, say the pandemic and financial hardships have forced them to close the doors for good. This weekend, 1100 classic pinball machines and arcade games will be auctioned off inside the museum on South Hathaway Street. The total value of the museum is about $8 million in the museum boasted the largest collection of pinball machines. In the world. Take a look at your drive where you had, and.

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"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

05:29 min | 3 months ago

"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Voted a new public safety training center until this evening at the earliest. In order to finish hearing 17 hours of recorded comments and number three today, likely the biggest rain chance day of the week. It could be navigating some heavy storms on the way home today. Nobody. Westby News time is 8 49 Taliban fills its interim government with hardliners ruled Afghanistan decades ago. Appointments are expected to hobble support from other nations since 80% of the country's budget is international aid. The State Department says it's assessing the interim rulers but also expresses concerns about the track records of some of the individuals. Reporter Tim McGuire says the appointments contradict the Taliban's pledged to be more moderate in ruling Afghanistan, a man's charged with intentionally slamming his car into another vehicle. Marietta, leaving one woman dead, another seriously injured Marietta police say Michael Laurie was had threatened the life of one of the women before the crash on Powder Spring Street at South Marietta Parkway faces a long list of charges including murder. The woman he allegedly threatened was injured in the crash, but her friend was killed. Research from the University of Florida finds new mothers vaccinated against covid have boosted antibodies. Both their blood and breast milk found that the number of antibodies increased after each dose, and it was a significant increase. After the second vaccine shot. The study concludes that vaccinated mothers who nurse their infants can help protect them from the coronavirus. That's Brian shook reporting. It comes as the Atlanta based CDC reports 75% of US adults have now received at least one dose of covid vaccine. 64% of adults are fully vaccinated. American Airlines pilot Union plans to pick it It's major hubs this fall. The airline Allied Pilots Association says it's protesting overscheduling fatigue and lack of hotels for Cruz American and the 15,000 pilots represented by the union or in the middle of contract negotiations. The airlines struggled with staffing shortages and weather delays during the busy summer travel season. Britney Spears father files a petition to end 13 years as her conservator documents filed with the court, Jamie Spears attorney said. Has all his client wants is what's best for his daughter. The judge overseeing the case still needs to give her approval. Brittany spirits attorney, meanwhile, calls this a massive victory and vindication for the pop star reporter Steve Futterman says Britney's accused her dad of abusing the conservatorship. She says she could not even paint her kitchen cabinets without permission. Cannabis may be bad for your heart study from the Canadian Medical Association Journal finds adults who use cannabis are twice as likely to have a heart attack than those who don't it's based on health data from 33,000. And adults with 17% admitting to having recently used cannabis. The study also suggests the more cannabis a person uses the higher the risk of a heart attack. WSB news time 8 51 Next traffic update includes extreme delays coming out of Canton in less than two minutes. Ws Bs, Brad Myths and his dependable five day forecast sponsored by Breda Pest management. They handle bugs and critters. Another round of heavy rain and thunderstorms. Some of those really can pack a punch today, gusty winds of the torrential downpours and the cloud to ground lightning. But this is the last day before we enter a A long stretch. Looks like of us real dry weather for about a week, possibly more. But today we got to get through those thunderstorms this afternoon early evening with a high of 84 overnight into tomorrow morning, if you Lingering stray showers. Thursday mornings rain chance at 20% Otherwise partly cloudy, then clearing, becoming mostly sunny tomorrow afternoon and breezy as gusty. North Northwest winds blow in some drier and cooler air behind the cold front. You really notice that as you step out Friday morning, 62 in town, some upper fifties in the suburbs and very low humidity on Friday Then suddenly with a high of 84, then the all important weekend forecast. Here is my five day forecast for Saturday and Sunday Saturday. Mostly sunny humidity stays low. It'll be comfortable, low 62 High 85. It'll be about the same in Athens for the dogs First home game and for Sunday mostly sunny, low 64 high 87. We kept the forecast for today will top out at 84 with showers and thunderstorms this afternoon in the evening right now 73 on Peachtree Street. I'm Channel two action news meteorologist Brad Knits 95.5 WSB. It's 8 53 time to check in this bizarre morning drive again. Here's Mark McKay Red Alert. Niqab County Scott 25 East temporarily shut down to move a crash to the shoulder east of Flat Shoals exit 48 delays pretty extensive back to I 6 75. Live on the jam Cam rolling out of Stone Mountain this morning Highway 78 west, about at East Park Place Boulevard. We have a right laying crash in Gwinnett County. The ride on any five Gwinnett County's okay into Cab County Buford Highway. Brookhaven shut down both directions south of Claremont Road crash involving a vehicle fire and a school bus will be investigated over the next little while. Extreme delays out of the northwest because of the express lanes being shut down this morning, up to 30 minutes on 5 75 south between Canton in Cobb County, Ashley Frasca, 400 just under 20 minutes Now. 400 Coundoul. Cambridge, 2 to 85. Gotta crash on 1 40 east or south at Cox Road in the city of Milton and flooding on azalea Drive at Will your road Check out Premier Theresa Lucien's for all of your tree care needs, visit them A chop my tree dot com to set up an estimate now covering this outside triple team traffic. 95.5 WSB big fan of the local arts and alliance theaters season openers tonight artistic director Susan Booth is directing Darling Korea World Premiere musical. Music from Sugarland's Christian Bush, It takes place in an Appalachian mountain community in the 19 twenties, is a swampy,.

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"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:11 min | 3 months ago

"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on KTOK

"Hogan. Name of the movie is rushed in. It's available everywhere. I'm going to continue the conversation with you, Shabaan. Talk about your voices and voice work. And feature that on the later with Lee Matthews podcast Find that Katie. Okay comment on the I Heart radio app. No more doctors left on the board governing Oklahoma's Medicaid. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the Katie. Okay, News center. This is Oklahoma's first news known as Hot as it has been. Our forecast is coming up. Governor Kevin Stick removes both doctors from the Oklahoma Healthcare Authority governing board. He's removed Dr Jean House here and Dr Laura Shamblin, Shamblin and House here were among board members who voted last week to delay implementing rules on the governor's plan to privatize some Medicaid services. The number of school districts requiring masks is increasing in the Metro among them mid L through the end of the semester and Putnam City. Edmond, Oklahoma City and Yukon also are requiring mass students with medical, religious or strong personal objection can get exemptions and Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Clock the driver going 150 Miles an hour over the weekend on the Kilpatrick Turnpike Highway Patrol captain Ronnie Hampton calls That fast of driving incredibly reckless, just probably not going to be survivable when you have a crash, he tells news for if you kill someone in a crash going that fast, there's probably no district attorney who would not prosecute you for second degree murder. He says. The number of drivers state troopers have cluck going more than 100 miles an hour. Has doubled in the past couple of years. A new study says People who use cannabis regularly may have a higher risk of a heart attack. The study, published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, suggests adults who use cannabis are twice as likely to have a heart attack. And those who don't new documents revealing the State Department's role in getting Americans out of Afghanistan. Benjamin Hall reports leaked documents show that the State Department has refused.

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"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:22 min | 3 months ago

"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"You're drunk or in some cases high. We just got some bad news for those of you. Who support cannabis as a regular part of your life all what happened? What happened now? Is CNN reporting that's adults under 45 years old who consumed cannabis within the last 30 days, smoked it or ate it all, Okay, suffered from nearly double the number of heart attacks than adults who didn't use the drug. So if I smoke a fatty, I'll have a fat attack. Well. This is published by the Canadian Medical Association Journal. A, uh, cannabis refers to psycho active preparations of the Cannabis sativa plant. It's basically the THC to get you high. So they said that adults 18 to 44, including the U. S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention surveys in 2017 and 18. They combined those With 33,000 adults. By the 17% of adults who reported using cannabis within the previous month. 1.3% later had a heart attack. While only 0.8% of nine cannabis users reported the same. So we're talking 1.0 point five Wait. You say 1.3% reported a heart attack? Yeah. Out of 33,000. Yeah, give or take people. Yeah, that's so what is that? Like, three right now? I don't know. I mean math. It's hard here, but it's a small amount. Right. 33 30 something like I don't really know how they came to the conclusion based on the little research that I have before me. But anyway, uh, they said 17% of adults who reported using the weed within the previous month. A weed Of those 1.3% had a heart attack, while only 0.8, a non cannabis users reported the same. So it sounds to me like the 0.8. There's still people that are 25 to 44 years old that are still having heart attacks. Which says simply talking about their diet. Where only does you know doing the gadget, doesn't it? Wow. So okay, so 0.8 to 1.3. So we're talking 0.5. That's what I said. Yeah. So a half a percent difference. Correct. You know what it's it's called life. It's the game of chance. Yeah, I think that's a spin the wheel and see what happens. It's like we see this every time with the guy that lives to be 126,.

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"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

04:07 min | 4 months ago

"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

"American prophet dot org. Ufo's what's all the fuss about. Please go check out that article. And it was written by. Michael bruce yanni so check that out Seals trump and bowls speaker. See you check out canadian program. Detriment determines this the other one so canadian program determines when seniors have six months to live whether experts warn system will compel euthanasia so That's in harbingers daily. So check that out. The canadian medical association journal published a study. That claimed that a new computer. Listen folks that a new computer risk calculator can determine what an elderly person has six months left live however many are concerned that will be used to pressure. The elderly towards euthanasia otherwise known as imia ide- medically assisted dying. Please please check out that article. Who tell you about talked out. But that's an harbingers daily dot com. Please go check that article out of so much. The bowling point. Which is todd. Hamson says enter twenty twenty minutes twenty twenty included to cover this cover nineteen manmade. Excuse me i mean. Gain of function virus was released as was lawlessness. Violence deception deep political corruption and other moral evils on a broader scale than we could ever then. We would ever seen or been made aware of so man end at this time. These signs are happening globally. So check that out. That's todd hamson. And now what will this. New wave of lockdowns do global economy. Well folks. I can tell you what it's going to wipe out the global economy the in there though in the digital currency and then of course they're gonna start implementing the the market the beast which is three and a half years into the tribulation. So we're no. We're you know we're not in that of your christian. You're not gonna you're not gonna have to make that decision between the mark of the beast you're not The bible tells us we will be raptured before that happens mark. The beast is not happening until three and a half years into the tribulation and So you're not gonna be here for that. We probably won't even know who the anti crosses because it says that man of lawlessness will not be revealed until The one who restrains is removed is taken out and so we're in the church age now. We are removed then. That man of lawlessness will be revealed if you thank you know who the antichrist is yet. Don't of course we have a pretty good idea. I'm sure you know we can make some assumptions But you all know what they were assumption means and i don't have to say that this is a family christian program <hes> but anyway <hes> guys that's spills and those are the top headlines that i saw today I'm still getting moved. Thanks to my friends. We find got everything. Move today. So i'll be for probably week or so but anyway a very thankful for money apartment over thankful to be where i am a very thankful to the lord for what he has done and Every day i wake up this thinking this could be the day that the lord calls of home So if we don't go on the rapture you know you never know what can happen. When the lord calls a you home individually or me home individually so we always must be ready. Be sure That jesus christ as your savior not just a little prayer that you said when you were seven years old You know it's a. It's a decision that she have to make any have to live for him. He is the lord of your life and so the decision is very important. <hes> in the bible says when you become a christian yet your fruits will will prove it. So you're not saved by your works but your work but she will have works. If you are a christian you worked will show that evidence of your salvation in christ in the decision that you made so anyway with that folks guys that is my spiel Get in the word of god and let the word of god get into you and as always mair. Naphtha lord jesus miron naphtha. Oh goodness come. Lord jesus comes so guys people less heavy wonderful evening and god bless you.

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"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:59 min | 5 months ago

"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Age 40 at K L I F Well, Here's some good news. Cancer Death rates continue to decline with decreases in melanoma and lung cancer death rates leading that trend. Those are like the two deadliest forms used to be if you got Lung cancer. You can pretty much forget it, but I guess they're really coming up with new ways to treat that so that's really, really good news, The report published by the Journal of the National Cancer Institute on Thursday. Includes data from 2001 to 2018, meaning it does not reflect cancer incidents or death rates during the covid 19 pandemic, So it'll be interesting when those figures are added in because Lot of people didn't want to go out to the doctor to get checked out. If maybe they found a lump or something like that, Um, until after the pandemic happened, And then they found out Yeah. They had an advanced Form of cancer. The declining cancer death rates is true for both men and women of all racial and ethnic groups. So that's really good news, and the report shows a decrease in death rates among 11 of the 19 most common cancers in man and 14 of the 20 most common cancers. In women. Experts are attributing, of course, the declining desk to reduce smoking rates and targeted cancer treatments. Cancer treatments are only getting better and better. Additionally, cancer incidence rates among women, Children, adolescents and young adults rose Between 2014 and 2018, the most common cancer now among adolescents and young adults. And, uh, Young adults. 15 to 39 is female breast cancer. Among Children younger than 15, the most common cancers or leukaemia, lymphoma and brain and nervous system cancers. And although the incidence of cancer is increasing among women in general cancer incidence rates Are much, much higher for men. And then there's this. The good doctor's of Canada. I would like you to be prepared for your death. So they have come up with the respect calculator. You know what it does. It predicts death within five years, based on the declines in daily activities such as bathing and walking, which are typically stronger predictors of mortality, then diagnoses of disease. I guess, you know, bathe as much or walk as much. You're going to die within five years. The calculator called the Risk Evaluation for Support. Predictions for elder life in the community is the brainchild of 13 researchers from across Canada. I guess they have death panels. There are something these people are planners. The calculator allows families and their loved ones to plan, says co author Amy Sue. He says. For example, it can help an adult child plan went to take a leave of absence from work to be with a parent or decide when to take the last family vacation together. Just based on a calculator. Don't know how you do that. Researchers also hope the calculator will help people receive home care and palliative care earlier, well, that would be a good thing, which often begins to close to death and fails to have a positive impact on the quality of life in those last months. Get this. They based the calculators like an algorithm telling you when you're going to die. They base it on data from 491,000 older people's daily habits over a six year period. Debut this week in the Canadian Medical Association Journal following a pilot program. In Ontario. Don't know that I'd want to plug in my information. Find out when I'm gonna die. And how do you know that? It's even write? It tells you all you have, uh, you know, six weeks based on our algorithm. And turns out you end up living another six years. Can you see him at that point? Coming up our favorite story of the day, but first right now, traffic.

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"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on CMAJ Podcasts

CMAJ Podcasts

05:58 min | 7 months ago

"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on CMAJ Podcasts

"I'm dr carson. Patrick interim editor in chief for the canadian medical association journal today. I'm talking to dr. Were hells and dr mollica sharma. Who have written a medicine and society humanities article published in cma j. on the topic of critical race theory and how it can be applied in medicine. I've reached them in vancouver and toronto respectively. Rebel and malacca welcome to the age. A podcast thanks joining. Thank you for having us. Thank you so much so malika. let's start with you. Why don't you tell us out listeners. A little bit about yourself. Sure so My name is monica. Sharma and While i was born here in canada settler here took her until and i'm currently at the university of toronto For thousands of years this has been the land of the huron wendy seneca mississauga's of the credit and still home to many indigenous people from across turtle island so grateful to be speaking to you from us land. I'm an hiv infection disease. Physician in toronto and clinician teacher at saint michael's hospital clinically actually particularly focused on caring for people in communities who are often marginalized or oppressed by our healthcare system. Include people use substances and people living with hiv and as an educator. I spent a lot of time thinking about anti racist and feminist practices within medical education harm reduction and the structural determinants of health royal. Would you like to tell us a bit about what you do. My name is charles. O.'day i am currently in internal medicine resident at ub. I completed my medical school at university of toronto. And i currently serve as the president of black physicians of british columbia on. I am a black woman. Physician first generation immigrant and staedtler ellen that traditional ancestrally and unseated territorial of salish people and selena Atmos kim nations. So you've written this great article about critical race theory your understanding of it and how you use it in the work that you do. How do you understand the concept. First off. I think it's actually really important to clarify that. I don't consider myself an expert in critical race theory. And i don't think we're held either. I think both of us have found it helpful in understanding what we see around us and we both tried to learn a lot more about it through meeting works written by critical race theory scholars like kimberly crenshaw derek bell. Gloria leads and billings and richard delgado others and so ra helen. I've written this piece on. Crt but we come to it not so called experts but as learners together in this process my understanding of crt is really thinking about it both. As a theory and methodology we'd actually do something and in particular away to explore the ways in which racism is actually just woven into the very fabric of our institutions and society with medical institutions. Being no different With really the goal of not just identifying it or naming it actually challenging it in the pursuit of of justice and while crt emanated from a legal scholarship. I think there's lots of potential applications to medicine for hell. So like mallika mentioned i also came to crt as a learner and this article as someone who has learned about crt in founded quite useful in my professional enter personnel and casey work came to it through the guidance and encouragement of my mentor at milica. Sharma who here with me and says you know the commission just reading the earlier works of legal scholars and understanding where the origin of this year radical framework is coming from and how it really builds on the struggle so black and brown lawyers and reading the more relatively more recent work so scholar slight camara jones chandler forward in their discussion of crt on the public health arena while at the interpersonal level has given me another layer of understanding of crt as a framework that could be integrated into fields outside of law particularly appreciating. How this framework could be instrumental in a field like medicine. But overall in essence my understanding of crt is that this is a framework that gives me the tools to understand the structural forces that shape everyday life and as a black woman physician. It gives me a lenz to us. To examine the workings of structural racism in my interpersonal. Professional interactions so mollica. Do you remember when you first encountered critical race theory. From the very first way i came across it was actually when i was doing my masters of education here in toronto. Interestingly even though you've heard that it's sort of stems from legal. Scholarship my very first introduction to it was from a scholar. That rail mentioned cha hundred ford and collins are who apply to public health. So i think for me. That's kind of interesting pieces. That i already was seeing an applied to the healthcare field in the very first way. I am countered it. But for me i think when i first started doing some further reading into crt it really kind of just gave a language to things that i was experiencing or that i was seeing that. I didn't know how to talk about. And for me. Think that was kinda revolutionary. I finally feel like. I have words to put to the things that i'm seeing and to help understand them and help explain them. That is a useful thing with frameworks much as their theoretical constructs. They do help you to have touch points for understanding and putting words to things. So what are the key components off critical race theory as a framework.

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"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on CMAJ Podcasts

CMAJ Podcasts

01:31 min | 11 months ago

"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on CMAJ Podcasts

"In this episode is brought to you by audi canada. The canadian medical association has partnered with audi candidate to offer. Cma members preferred incentive on select vehicle models purchase any new qualifying audi model receive an additional cash incentive based on the purchase type details of the incentive program can be found at audi professional dot ca explore the full line of vehicles available to suit your lifestyle. The audi driving experience is like no other station against the virus that causes covid. Nineteen is a top priority in candidate presence with multiple levels of government working hard to vaccinate key populations as quickly as possible. The vaccination rollout is prioritizing healthcare workers especially stuff caring for patients with carpet nineteen but as with other vaccine. Some healthcare workers will not to receive which leads many people to wonder can and should. The vaccine made mandatory for healthcare workers in canada. I'm kristen patrick. Executive editor for the canadian medical association journal today. I'm soaking colleen. Flood one of the authors.

"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on CMAJ Podcasts

CMAJ Podcasts

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on CMAJ Podcasts

"I'm dr curson patrick. Executive editor for the canadian medical association journal today. You'll be listening to a humanities encounters obstacle published in sierra j. cold virtual bedside concerts patients with covid nineteen a trio of perspectives in this essay. A musician a nurse and a doctor come together to provide a virtual bedside concept for some of their sickest patients with cope. Nineteen melanie ambler. Cellist and aspiring physician was inspired after hearing others during the same. the obstacle is reg by its officers first. Melanie ambler the musician. Then laura would decky nurse manager at rhode island hospital and ending with dr timothy intensive care physician in denver colorado. The challenge this patient with kovin has been sick for several weeks and is not doing well. He's paralyzed and sedated. On the venta leader. His son has been having a hard time with this and likes the idea of you playing music for his dad. I feel the weight of this opportunity and dial into his room. Silence the were of a machine an occasional russell but mostly silence. Before i begin playing sunup. I asked him to picture the sun ruling over a calm lake. I want him to know that this is an entirely personalized concert. Even though he cannot respond his silence is not emptiness. It's quite the opposite. I lift my bow. Inhale and let the first notes sing with warm abroad..

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"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Wielding suspect from the stabbing the victim is a very violent attacks the victim was stabbed in the neck and twice in the back and the suspect shot by Boston police Jeff both the victim and the suspect being treated for wounds this morning no police officers were harmed in the attack will keep you posted Laurie Kirby WBZ bosses newsradio Laurie police also asking for your help in identifying a man who held up a pharmacy in Lynn the suspect caught on surveillance video robbing the store at gun point he was last seen wearing a black baseball cap black and gray jacket also black pants any information you are being asked to contact Lynn police immediately a disturbing new study out this morning shows the potentially harmful impact that social media use has on the nation's teenagers the results of the Canadian medical association journal find social media use is links to mental distress self harm and suicide more than two hours of social media use the day is associated with higher rates of depression and suicidal thoughts in girls in one study girls reported feeling negative after ten minutes of browsing Facebook according to the review kids who spend less time socializing in person are more vulnerable and easy access to information about how to commit suicide online increases risk researchers say parents should talk to their kids about the risks of social media back Piper CBS news the city of Boston has joined a very select number of communities in the United States where you can now take your pet for a ride and not have to do the driving WBZ's Chris fama with detailed over Pat the program is in in app option that allows passengers to book a ride Cher for themselves in at the same time take along their favorite furry little friend for a nominal fee Harry hard field with uber explains any apple see an option at six dollars extra you collect that option and if the driver on the other and knows that you're bringing an animal with youth the policy according to Hartfield applies to animals within reason so don't go looking to take a cruise with your pet pony your bowl constrictor but hard field says some animals will always be welcome free of charge writers with service animals do not pay any extra service charge and it in no way impact service animals whatsoever at Logan airport Chris fama WBZ Boston's news radio at seven thirty A. tend to still a ways to go before things get down to business on Wall Street let's check out the early numbers and what's moving the markets with Bloomberg business here's Tom Busby Hey Jeff well investors seem unfazed by the corona virus outbreak Dow futures now rising up eighty nine points right now in one of the first studies of how profitable machine stock analysts are the results show that robots witcher coming for all of our jobs maybe better its stock picking then Youmans researchers at Indiana University found they found they found it did they do it faster and the cost less in the long run and strong sales of store wars and frozen two choices along with the digital card game magic the gathering helping Pawtucket based Hasbro beat earnings estimates for last quarter I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio we are all over New Hampshire this morning covering the first in the.

Report links social media use to mental distress in teens

WBZ Morning News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Report links social media use to mental distress in teens

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Giving up alcohol may significantly boost mental health

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00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Giving up alcohol may significantly boost mental health

"Giving up alcohol may be good for your brain a new study reports women who quit drinking have better mental health researchers at the university of Hong Kong found women who don't drink at all can have a higher level of mental well being than women who drink moderately the co author of the study in the Canadian medical association journal says the evidence suggest caution in recommending moderate drinking is part of a healthy diet there are several conflicting studies about drinking including one that says moderate drinking can increase your chances of having a cardiovascular event another says older adults who occasionally drink may live longer than non drinkers Amy came KFI

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"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"the canadian medical association journal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Shot and killed a man during a home invasion in garden Grove the murdered man's girlfriend told police the man burst into the room around for this morning demanding cash drugs police say the intruders shop the man at least twice he died on the drive way a cousin showed up at the house later anybody home family anything the murdered man's parents were also home but they weren't hurt another man told KTLA he saw police all over the place born between a couple houses still looking I guess for that perpetrators or whatever was going on at a get my check explanation the intruders took off in a dark colored car the news is brought to you by the kitchen store a boy in central California whose mom tried to drown him has been taken off life support the woman has pleaded not guilty to drowning the boys twelve year old brother in an irrigation ditch a little more than a week ago she had been convicted in Montana of trying to drown the twelve year old when the boy was a baby our younger son died yesterday at a hospital in Visalia human trafficking allegations been added to a lawsuit against democratic donor at Buck over the death of a man a Bucks apartment the amended civil lawsuit accuses Buck of luring Jamelle general more front I think it's jumbled Gemma more from Houston to LA for commercial sex and of revenge porn for making and sharing video of their alleged math fueled sexual encounters more died of a crystal meth overdose of Bucks apartment in twenty seventeen the coroner ruled the death accidental a second man died a Bucks home less than six months later and giving up alcohol may be good for your brain if you were a woman a new study reports women who quit drinking have better mental health researchers at the university of Hong Kong found women who do drink it all could have a higher level of mental well being than women who drink moderately a co author of the study in the Canadian medical association journal says the evidence suggest caution in recommending moderate drinking is part of a healthy diet there are several conflicting studies about drinking including one that says moderate drinking can increase your chances of having a cardiovascular event another says older adults who occasionally drink may live longer than non drinkers Amy came KFI news it is low on the ten in Santa Monica for those eastbound.

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Canadian Medical Association Journal And University Of Hong Kong discussed on John and Ken

John and Ken

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Canadian Medical Association Journal And University Of Hong Kong discussed on John and Ken

"And giving up alcohol may be good for your brain if you were a woman a new study reports women who quit drinking have better mental health researchers at the university of Hong Kong found women who do drink it all could have a higher level of mental well being than women who drink moderately a co author of the study in the Canadian medical association journal says the evidence suggest caution in recommending moderate drinking is part of a healthy diet there are several conflicting studies about drinking including one that says moderate drinking can increase your chances of having a cardiovascular event another says older adults who occasionally drink may live longer than non

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