35 Burst results for "Twelve Weeks"
Florida woman who sued for ivermectin dies from COVID
"A Florida teacher hospitalised with cove it has died after her husband tried but failed to force doctors to treat her with ivermectin tomorrow drop was forty seven years old she died twelve weeks after being admitted to Palm Beach gardens Medical Center her husband Ryan sued the hospital last month trying to get doctors to give ivermectin that's a drug used to treat conditions caused by parasitic worms the FDA has not approved ivermectin to treat cove it and Ryan dropped lost its court battle the judge saying allowing judges to counter man doctors decisions could set a dangerous precedent Ryan drug says he's not giving up telling the Palm Beach post I'm hoping the name a law after her he said so no one has to go through this I'm Rita folate
Will Carson Wintz Be Ready for Week 1?
"Good news from indianapolis where quarterback carson wentz and guard quentin nelson will return to practice this week on a limited basis to nelson nelson both coming off foot surgery in early august holtz head coach. Frank reich had this to say about his quarterback last week in the perfect world. We have a really good idea after that third preseason game and carson would get to work two weeks going into the first game. That's the perfect world. The nets perfect world is the only gets the work of game week. I don't know if that's going to happen would be week to week. Three is still some mystery here regarding the timeline on carson wentz. What do we make of the recovery. Time line here. It seems to be going pretty well. Kimberly what are you hearing. In terms of carson wentz in the colts yeah it was somewhat surprising just because the initial time was five to twelve weeks and you know when i asked people around the league. Oh carson may be back in practice. Look at this. they're like. Oh is that an indictment on the other guys. I don't think that's the case. But i think india's a very delegates only because we've seen frank reich Gold took in my opinion go above and beyond in solidify this carson's team then and we. I love nick foles. But this is carson's team gotta hear this nicole stock and it just seemed a little extra and when you think about how carson has been described by people in league as far he needs to feel security needs to feel wanted. He needs to know that this is his team. The colts clearly are doing that. So this tie him being back at practice so soon you want you wanna make sure that he's not rushing himself back before he needs to be because this is a team that could go really far
How to Do Remote Work Well With Kara Luton
"Thanks for being here. Thank you so much so carry. You are a career transition or who was pursuing dancing. Tell us how you got into development. Yes so i had done ballet my entire life. When i was three and i kind of started taking it more seriously. When i was in high school. I started going to summer intensive by different ballet companies and those are kind of just like summer camps for kids during ballet and the summer before my senior year of high school i went to the joffrey ballet summer intensive in new york city and they offered to let me do a so actually ended up moving there my senior year of high school finishing high school online. And doing that and when it was coming time for me to think about college. That's kind of what i was like. Kay do wanna keep pursuing ballet. Do i to do something different. So i'm moving back home to nashville. And i studied public relations and after graduating i got a job in the music industry. Doing pr in. I done that for a few years as getting really burnt out. I was really stressful. A time anxiety was at a high. And i was like i need to figure something out so i actually stumbled upon code academy and started teaching myself to code and enrolled in a boot camp. And i've been in tech ever since. Wow that's exciting. So you went from ballet. Pr music to to coding. That's really add clyde a transition. Yeah so when you first started. Coding what did that look like. What were you doing. I went to the iron yard. Which was the boot camp. It was twelve weeks long. And i was studying front end engineering so it was a lot of it. We're learning h. Two miles css melodramas script and then my cohort studied view in number as our frameworks so it was a lot of in the morning class. Time learning about new topics and then in the afternoon applying those and working on various projects. And what was that boot camp experience like tons of people who are maybe considering it thinking about it. What was your experience like there. I mean it's like a fire hose of information conflict. You i feel like once. I kind of got the grasp of wine concept. We were like. Here's a new one. Gotta learn this and i mean it was twelve weeks long. It's hard to learn anything twelve weeks but it kind of preps you for the basics of what you need to know and then obviously most people coming into software engineering or currently in it know that we're always constantly learning so kind of just prompts you to how to teach
Indianapolis Colts OL Quenton Nelson out 5-12 Weeks With Foot Injury
"Quinton nelson has the same exact injury as carson wentz and having these same exact surgery as carson wentz has the same exact timetable to return as carson wentz. Two of the indianapolis colts biggest stars. Best players out with the same damn thing and their foot carson. Wentz to surgery went very well. Frank reich alluded to the fact that he'll be back closer to five weeks twelve weeks. I guess we'll have to sit and find out about gwen
3 Steps to Landing Your Next Online Fitness Coaching Client
"Okay so three steps to landing. You're next on n. fitness coaching clients. Step-by-step with nothing held back. Oh yes right. These number one is to collect three of your best transformations and club three your best transformations and you wanna put these together side by side. Step number one. Write that down. Collect three of your best transformations now when you put them side by side what you guys want to do. Is you want to make sure that there before. And after so before it goes on the left after goes in the right. Because when we're reading a book we read a book left to right all right. So when you guys to collect three of your best transformations and put them up left to right so before and after left to right the reason you're gonna use three is what we're going to do with these transformations is we are actually going to use those and we are going to put them on our stories as well. So we're gonna write a post about one of them were also going to use these transformations and we're going to put them on our stories as well. Okay so step number one is collect three of your best transformations you're gonna put them side by side step number two is you're going to write a post about one of your best clients so take one of those transformations that you collected and what we're gonna do is we're going to write a post about one of those clients. That's what we're gonna do so you're going to write a post and it's gonna say and the post. This is very important for you. Guys that are renewed on my coaching. And you're to marketing. In general the key to a successful post is you guys need to make sure that the headline has specific results because if the headline doesn't have specific results that the client got ben. It's not going to be attractive to ideal clients are coming in and so you wanna make your headline specific results. An example of specific results a headline would be my client. Sarah lost thirty pounds and six inches in twelve weeks. You can even do my client. Sarah lost thirty pounds and twelve weeks but specific results aren't so you're gonna write a post about this client doing specific results now for you guys. That might not know writing. Or if you're in the tinky. Coaching academy you can literally go into the units and you can grab any one of the testimonial templates. So i've given you guys three testimonial templates social templates that you guys can use davinci academy going to the units. It's in unit one and you can literally download the testimonial opposed framework. And i want you to use that framework also gonna run through that. Really quickly and his podcast. I'm going to do a summary so the first thing you want to do. Write a headline with specific results. So sarah lost thirty pounds in twelve weeks. Then you wanna talk about the pain that she was in with the excess weight. So you know. Sarah was really struggling to find extra energy to play player their kids when she got off work. She was always tired. He was burning out and choose thirty pounds for went when she first reach out to me. You wanna talk with the paint and you wanna talk about the struggles that she had because of the way because excess weight. She found it hard to like. Won't social gatherings. She was finding it hard to climb up the stairs. She's finding it hard to do day to day activities and she wasn't happy with with where she was at so specific results than you wanna talk about the pain. Then you wanna talk about the struggle. Then you want to talk about what you did to solve that problem
Study Shows Mix-Match Method Boosts Immune Response of COVID-19 Jab
"An important and eagerly to study into co vaccines published his initial findings. This week the kamkoff trial run by the university of oxford has been looking at the effectiveness of mixing and matching between different cova jabs to see which works. Best for instance is a dose with astrazeneca's vaccine followed by an orange vaccine the jab. At least as good or even better than two doses of astrazeneca to find out matthew snipe recruited just shy of nine hundred over-fifties who included people with preexisting health conditions and members of ethnic minority groups. This study was commissioned back in december last year before we even knew vaccines. We're gonna be using but it was already anticipated that what what we had to vaccines. And what if the problem with supply at one of them could be then swap over there and completely station. 'cause his with the vaccine since all about looking see how we could make the immunization roll out and make it more robust to cope with any unexpected events. But when you did the study what did you. Measure measure the antibodies. And also t cells. The white blood cells that are unimportant on the immune system and the participants didn't know which vaccines they received. A a blinded study from that point of view. So that was really kinda good way of getting accurate data on what reactions they were experiencing and any safety concerns. They have uncritically. How long did you leave between the doses. Because that's the other issue isn't it. We've seen this go from one month when we first started rolling out vaccines to twelve weeks in order to maximize uptake quickly and then to be shrunk back to eight weeks for certain groups in the community again. Now what did you look at. That's right with being kind of thanked by this long when we plan to study with a full week into full and then as we're back to get going they got changed to make that up to eight to twelve weekend so for about half of participants getting vaccines at a full. We can devote an half receiving it a twelve week into so we get depressed. The whole broad range there and get an idea to save changing. The interval makes any difference in the interactions between the
"twelve weeks" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job
"So i'm excited. How many of you type too in the chat if you were on the fence you're scared. You're not sure you've done other programs you know if this is your moment but you kind of want you but you're on the fence you're not ready type. It's you in the chat. So these are the reasons why i hear people say that. They're on the fence and feeling it's worth talking about. They'll say i don't have an idea. I don't believe that. I can come up with something in twelve weeks so watch what happens when you stop saying. I don't know what my thing is. And you start changing that and saying there are clues everywhere. Watch what happens when i force you into action and you accountability and you have a pod and you have me checking your homework and you come up with something how that one something might lead to the momentum that you're doing something else it's amazing but it happens and it's incredible. The percentage of human beings who come through the program and they actually think they have an idea and then they actually get a better or a different idea just by going through this creative process and being put into certain actions and to certain conversations and having to test certain things you will be given the tools to test learning how to make a product based business like how to so. You're on t shirts. Had a teacher on course had teach people on line how to do hand lettering. You will be shown how to create a membership for people who just want to talk about. embroidering things. And just wanna so together you will be taught how to create from just content like you can make a living just from creating a podcast or a blog or some kind of a a curated group of kinds of of things like a panel like a summit that you could curate. You won't believe the fifties you're gonna have have the other thing that we've talked about over and over and over again is people saying i can't afford it and melissa malaria who works with us and made to do this Made a list of thirty things that you can do to come up with that first payment and we talked yesterday about my one of my students..
"twelve weeks" Discussed on Keto & Intermittent Fasting Lifestyle with Alex Yehorov
"I mean of course it's within one year we still get adopted so we don't feel ready like drop that much but if it's happened in one day you would feel like right one hundred pounds just lost but it's been for twelve weeks so you kind of slowly get it up and get it up but still overall how does it feel to to drop one hundred pounds because you know. It's it's every time. When i sometimes you know maybe you'll get a little bit down. You know you have those kind of moments. I in consumer mind. Yeah the first thing that cruising my mind a waddell center you came a low from to fifteen to where i am right now and i look at myself on the mirror and i looked this guy person getting thinner. I'm bliss and. I'm so grateful that i'm being accomplished by the way lows. They way i right now because it s like i told you when i started his journey i went with the mindset. Like let me try one. More time we know lost is was shot. Yeah that's what that was by thinking. When i you know i may say you know what even say to be honest with you. In was handled. He say you know. What do it. Because i say well. I don't know you know it but you do you know have failed so many. Talk your program. Yeah any yeah and he was hanging with you know what do do it and it. I feel so blessed. Because i mean i feel like i accomplish isla you know. Sometimes i don't believe it. Sometimes i look at the meter. Is i look a minute. I'll say this is me. I don't believe it but for me. I mean it's been a great experience and i mean is is i tell.
"twelve weeks" Discussed on Invested: The Rule #1 Podcast
"Who who thinking for themselves and it's set up their own lives in a way that was aligned with who they are and i think for me is a writer. I've lived by pen as a writer and editor of law study and kind of an outsider. And i'm and i'm thinking had white. How do i set up my own life in a way. That's true to who i am given that i don't i don't really buy into whatever else is doing. And so i think. I think that was one of the reasons underlying my fascination with these people a minute when i see someone like nick sleep right about at length. Who has this extraordinary lifestyle. I think that's a that's an amazing thing. Look highly structured his life. He's he he basically has this. This beautiful light airy office on the kings road in the heart of london above a chinese hubble store and and is is an ex partners zach who i write about as well doesn't even have a ski. Has this kind of plush chat and you know they put that bloomberg terminal on a little side table really low down tools physically uncomfortable for them to be. Actually kind of bombarding themselves with really ephemeral. information from the bloomberg tunnel. So they've set themselves up in a way where they can just read in. Think in a in a kinda sunny environment. Far from mayfair where the hedge funds are far from far from wall street and and so really they just with thinkers they just studying things like what are the best business models that actually worked as an and that and that that lifestyle setup is not unique to those guys. I mean you mentioned that repeatedly yeah about how these investors are setting up their lives their lives absolutely independently of what wall street tends to think of as an investing career to marry your master general. Yeah yeah and it's very counter cultural as if you think about the fact that most of us have being pressured to be more and more short time in the way that we behave with where we're constantly in meetings with constantly bombarded with many different messages from from robo cold. Send a everything. It's like this. Everything's become very fast and very superficial shallow. And so there's something about the great investors who have set themselves up count to culturally to move. Slow that i find very interesting in that resonates deeply with me as a right because i'm trying to do deep work and people like nick and zach are trying to do deep. What can so they were asking these really interesting questions at a time when everyone else would not everyone but most people on wall street saying what are the quickly endings going to be for the next twelve weeks for this company will..
"twelve weeks" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job
"We can talk about how you do. Different different ways of business development as well as putting smoke signal up in the sky by creating content. Right driving people to use. They're coming to you. Don't even have to go find the leads. They're finding you and that's what's so brilliant about being in this generosity game rear constantly thinking about things that you deposit and things that you give away and this is what we teach you and me to do this and it's not really complex. People are capable. We made this. Of course you made that money for everything you can think of a person who wants to buy these kinds of pens and if i can figure out how to help you tell the story right of how these pens and why these pens because there's already buyers for these pens right like for everything that you can think of if we can help you find a person to beta test this on tweak it and like figure out like okay. This is where this candle is different than this candle. This is the story that makes it different. We can build a whole world around while these are nontoxic handles that all have a little jewel inside as soon as you melt them all down and that jewel coordinated to zodiac sign and then it reveals something that you need i mean you build a world around things people buy into the world and it is just a dream and kathy so in the chat people are saying i would love to now than how do you take this idea of what could be a business in in. It just seems so complicated to be like. I have this idea. And then i'm turning into a business and we're going to tell you it doesn't have to be complicated and that's exactly what we spend a twelve weeks doing in me do this so we walk you through each of these steps to go from this idea of something. You don't hate of something. That is fine that you like that you could. You could spend some time talking about or making doing or providing for people and then we walk you through the steps of testing it out to somebody like this houses price point and then we move you through so that you are making money. That is what needs to do..
"twelve weeks" Discussed on The Good-Hearted Podcast
"A bunch of solo podcasts and guest podcast in advance. I wanted to start my patriotic. An launch it like all of these different things. That i was like okay. This is what i can tackle in this twelve weeks. And then anything else that i kind of had an idea for that kind of popped in my head like instead of what. I would normally do which is stop everything. I was doing in work on that new bright shiny exciting project is. I put it on a post it to revisit in my next twelve weeks and so things on that list. Are things like create graphics for my youtube channel star in my podcast episode. So i could actually have a video podcast on youtube. Create thumbnail images. Reach out to more people to be guests on my podcast. Add more pages. My website brainstorm more content through the end of the year. Like all of these things that weren't needing to be done right now. Waits for the next quarter and when you take the break off in between each twelve weeks that's when you kind of really have all those ideas like you want to sit down and just kind of brain them all the things that you would like to do in the next twelve weeks and then each twelve week period you break down into individual weeks and then every day and in that way you know exactly what you need to work on every single hour of every day of every week every month to get to that goal at the end of your twelve weeks and honestly this has been a really good shift for me and i think it's going to be great for me to actually take an intentional break in between my quarter so i can work my ass off for all of those twelve weeks and then i have a full week where i don't have to do shit if i don't want to and so for us we're actually going to be in florida during like one week off so it worked out perfectly honestly in other..
"twelve weeks" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Rented a lot of things. The one thing that you're gonna do enlisted a lottery springsteen and so i had played bruce springsteen on my way home when she was a puppy she was twelve weeks old and i'm bringing her home and talking to her right and as i had to make this decision we were sitting around the pool and a broader inside and we had gone this great magical Walk that she had not been able to walk for a while. She she she. We took a long time. You know in went around. The neighborhood came back. And i said listen. Girl said you're you're going out of this world. Listen bruce you into my life listening bruce. You're gonna go out listening to bruce and so the put on western stars and that comes in about a now half hour later who we sit down in front of the fireplace and the music playing quietly in the background. And i never had to this. You know i had no idea. She told me what to expect. But i really didn't know exactly what to expect until it happens. And at one point the vet looks me s-occer she goes tammy she's she's gone and i didn't know that she was gone and the song was playing was there goes my miracle. All there was a candle that was in my house. That was burning the time and i retired. I would smell that scent related to that to sydney. Yes so. I ordered this candle and i said an explain why the ordered it and you know what they sent back. The package was addressed to the amazing putt mom of law so that customer experience. Guess what that candle is right here. Yes and i will always buy candles from this company. The guinness that that touch that something that makes your heart feel good gazza. They know that that person knew me. One second my story the non. They knew that that s so i said what a perfect story and i know i know i know you miss her. And but you know what a lovely way through With you there for her in the so and listening to she was your miracle. So that's that's wonderful. I love that story. Thank you very. Oh yeah So bruce right. Bill relationships relevant unforgettable consistent. Exceptional experience Fine advice that. I think any one attending a seminar with a lot of fun. I'm that a little bit. Bruce in it. But it's that's very fun..
"twelve weeks" Discussed on Mom And ... Podcast
"And what a lot of people didn't know is that it had actually been debated for nine years and when family and medical leave was first proposed. It was meant to be six paid months and it got sort of hacked away at hacked away until we got down to twelve weeks which is interesting because we think of and named by book the fifth trimester right but of life in seasons and so i think that twelve weeks is a very sort of natural cadence that we're used to and and yet it had nothing to do with any science like literally nothing no and yet we've normalized it and so you hear people saying all the time. Did you get your whole twelve weeks. Did you take your whole twelve weeks. And even all of the new plans that have been proposed and most of the state plans even the ones that are not fully enacted yet but that are working toward their full of allowance of whether giving like it's it's all with this baseline of twelve weeks being a normal unnecessary amount of leave. And even that's really not enough. It's really not. I feel like it really messes with the mental state of mothers. Because you think will have twelve weeks as i mean. That's the generous amount that people get. I should be back to business and twelve weeks. I should feel good. I should wrong with me. That i still feel back to myself. It's the origin of mongol. I mean that's why. I say mom guilt is a sexist. Social construct is because it comes from that first moment of feeling. Like you can't really do all of these things as well as you've been told you should be able to and that's because we've been told. Oh by twelve weeks. You should be dandy ready to go girl. I didn't know my name still like you're just you know. I have plenty of clients who worked for themselves. Or who have some flexibility or just look frankly like physically superhuman who really want to be back at work sooner and by all means..
"twelve weeks" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast
"Slamming. Steve humble opinion used it was body. Contact conduct is a boost cards. Bush bushy when it assume waited assembled a bucci because that every two weeks for that not even downgraded to one really annoys me more than anything they juggled but the other thing is that tickets as well too. He got what they get awake. The he's awake so he can smack a guy get awake other garden prices and bumps and it's two weeks is just no consistency in the fact that this is going to the again is a loss. I wanted to get rid of the empire. I want to bring the rowing to reduce his whole tribunal system. But now they're going back to what because the the put themselves in position with these categorization incidence. That doesn't anyone pepsi. We should have a third shirley now in l. on up just code. Let's call it wacky wednesday. Just have all the tribunal news results and you know what. I've got the perfect perfect theme song for ready wants kinda it's got to be in the background. You gotta have a hill talking about the wacky. You walk and you wednesdays get or you could just put this and put the saint qaeda football type ivory. that'd be just as funny as well. We're getting onto european very very shortly but hopefully something come home and got to be the big one holman. We could blow up. We could blow up these podcast. We might not. We might self combust. If it doesn't the white you'll get all right because we are. We are sorry for the people. Joel markel tickets. Wasn't an art club. Play on nick sars very good thousand tape all about local business on a sport. That's one of pip five or subjects talking about local football. And i love the only gripe work on stop liking mealy. He'll tell ya joel. Busy too at comes impacts not on the act itself. Mitch dunkin's you get twelve weeks for digesting helman's acl by being slow and uncoordinated. Your amir should two weeks of being a bid..
Eric Clapton Blames 'Propaganda' for 'Disastrous' Covid Vaccine Experience
"Clapton came out and it could be totally legit. But the reason it's getting a lot of coverage is that it's going to fit into one of these prescribed scenarios clapton blames vaccine quote unquote propaganda for underplaying the risks and he had mild myelitis or process or whatever and he was worried that he would never play again. He was out of out of commission for a while. They told him to wait. Twelve weeks for the second shot yet. They gave him the second shot after six weeks. It's like okay so you went back with the second shots anyway. Even he was sick the first time. It's very strange whereas one person i know who was pretty injured from the first vaccine they will not let him get the second one and and i just say like he's okay now right so he's the biggest mouth on this and he's okay. Now
Two Doses, Two Different Vaccines: Does It Work?
"And only one of the questions. What we've had most regularly. The last few months is whether you can have one divisive one vaccine Today and then when it's time for a second is whether you can have different vaccine and we've said before that we didn't have much evidence to back it up but we do have at least a little bit of evidence about what happens if people are given one dice of say astrazeneca and the second is yes and just the context here we know from other vaccines by mixing brands. You do get an effective response and sometimes even better response than you do by using the same brand twice around and what. This is a british trial which people have been waiting eagerly for and this is one of their first results is more to come and what they loot tat was the antibody response and also some side effects and what they found was that you got enhanced antibody response to actually go to bigger antibody response by mixing the vaccines with originally and i think it was mostly astro followed by pfizer. And and it was. I think the twelve weeks apart and they got a much more. Robust antibody response by mixing vaccines. The interesting thing was that along with the more robust antibody response more side effects. In other words you feeling crap and there was more people that have had that favor that you might get off to vaccination and also just pain at the injection site as well. Yup which is just your immune system is called reactor agenda city. You don't wanna feel craft vaccine and you wouldn't wanna put people off by thinking they they're gonna feel bad but is that maybe a signal that they're getting a better immune response sending single. You're getting an immune response whether it's a better. Immune response is unclear but there are probably over a large population robin individuals. If you averaged it out you probably average out a slightly better response for people who are getting more of a reaction and it's borne out by this that you getting more of an antibody response than on average overall getting more of a reaction. But i suspect that doesn't tie down to individuals that well
"twelve weeks" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement
"Get that variety and now we're just expanding it you know moving to have kids classes and you know ultimately as we get more people look to have lunchtime classes and really grow it into a pumping though jujitsu program. It's a it's a cool thing. What you know with that. Like having different coaches and like naturally age college is going to be imparting. They're kind of their game their strategy. This sort of belief system for people who are like the sport of digital is or the art of jujitsu is so broad. There's so many things that you can work on you. Could you can never truly master all of it How does that work when you have You know who is giving a set of information and then on another night that same students coming in. There's another coach and they might be getting. The information is necessarily conflicting But how does that play out so what we did was. He sat down a little while and under your guidance and suggestion that we get together and and how you know. We have our monthly meeting. We sit down and we discussed what's going on in the program gradings or that kind of thing and we have planned out twelve weeks on the weekly seems and they kind of course each other in the way that we might have working close god we also have a week which is passing closed god and so you get both sides of the coin and what that means is they get exposure to different techniques and approaches to the same situation. So here's an opportunity for that person to work that game. I mean when there's plenty of free rolling. Save chances for them to do whatever game they want but fundamentally with the fundamentals kloss on the is that structure there and then when it comes to the more advanced students the instructors afraid to kind of wreath in whatever direction. They won't relevant to the questions of the higher or more experienced students. So i think what we've done is we've set up a structure.
What Separates Humans From Other Animals?
"Animals. I mean my dog has a 401k. Also why do we pace. When we're stressed or anxious like in the bugs bunny cartoons. Somebody's waiting outside the delivery for so andrew came across a paper in the journal. Frontiers in psychology which. I was so charmed by that. You've read as we can talk about it. It's called acquisition of a joystick operated video task by pigs. How could i forget for the listener. I'll just explain. These experiments were carried out at penn state university. There were four pigs. A pair of yorkshire pigs named hamlet an omelette and a pair of panna pinto micro pigs named ebony and ivory. I guess after stevie wonder and paul mccartney or the song of that name or after piano keys and the paper describes what the pigs were and were not able to learn in these experiments manipulating video game joystick with their snouts. And what i really want to know is tell us how it changes your thinking as a psychologist if it all about non human animals their capabilities. The way we should think about them perhaps differently about ourselves differently. Well thank you for broadening. My academic horizons. I would not have read this paper on video games and makes were it not for our friendship so i i will just say that when i read this line i literally laughed out loud after twelve weeks of training. Hamlet and omelette were terminated from the experiment because they had grown too large no fit within the constraints of the test pen. Academic research is tough. You lose fifty percent of your research pool just like that so anyway now down to two test subjects by the way. So one of my intuitions is that one ought not an. I understand that this research is hard. But maybe not generalize to olive pig them based on this very small number of pigs because look at wilbur wright some pig yeah so maybe ebony or ivory were some one of them was much better than the other in the research so there's various across pigs even yes. It is
EU Agency Says People Should Get 2nd Dose of AstraZeneca Too
"And he you agency says people should get that second shot of the AstraZeneca rather than some of the vaccine the FIA's the European medicines agency says citizens who received the first those of AstraZeneca's could be nineteen vaccine should get that second one two despite the rare risk of blood clots that would be linked to the shot in guidance the E. U. drug regulator says people should continue to get a second ashes I think it does four to twelve weeks off for the first one the Amsterdam based drug regulator said earlier this month there was a possible link between the AstraZeneca vaccine and let blood clotting disorders but he said the benefits of getting shots outweighed the risks I'm Charles collect as much
"twelve weeks" Discussed on Food Issues
"So do you think that the biden administration will try to put in place better laws for working moms so. They can breastfeed well. I know that you know biden did say on the campaign trail that he supports twelve weeks of paid parental leave. That's what's happened. I believe government employees and that was something that was actually rolled out. This past fall before biden took office have access to twelve weeks of paid leave so i think we could see twelve weeks of paid leave happen. it's not everything. It's not what we really need. But it's certainly start calm considering where we come from. Yeah he certainly and comma. Harris seem more supportive of supporting working families than than his predecessor. So i'm hopeful but when you look at big picture things for instance. The secretary of agriculture. Tom ville sack who's basically entrenched in a lot of the big egg interests. I don't know that we're gonna see a lot change at like the dairy subsidy trickling into infant formula. Offloaded onto our nation's populist. See i don't think you're gonna see those big picture kind of changes But i don't i i don't know i'm hopeful but i really do think that it. It needs to come from the public. I mean we have to just say. This is an untenable situation right. And.
"twelve weeks" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
"You just fall in love with an even more. Yeah we was. We were so focused on it on getting it the way that we wanted without without as much help. We didn't have the budget to have tradesman kind of help us with most of the work and say it was really i. It was really creative. That i just wanna say. Lydia was newly pregnant and she was just incredible like her. Diy honesty heard day. I was going. I mean so. All of our all of our stations We looked silence direct and things and you could buy these like silent. Bill stations things a hundred pounds and stuff. They don't fit all beautiful three hundred year old building. And they say so we actually antique tables and lydia was six weeks pregnant with saw soaring. The ends of the tables. She creates she creates. She created stations and the mirrors. She drew all the mirrors into the walls. And honestly she she paint lydia hand research to an hand painted sign a swinging sign outside the show and she hand painted it with our logo on it. I mean and it's incredible. Her her creativity and just resourcefulness is far exceeds anything that i could ever imagine that great. Honestly you gonna get so much love to this really because but it's so empowering it gets people saw often get in touch with gently nice i i want to hear about people your businesses and sometimes i want to hear from the everyday. Hairdresser tells argue about this. Because actually we're all everyday hairdressers regardless of your people would probably see youtube as digital influences really k. Out there but actually you are everyday hairdressers like everybody else. And and i think if you get inspired by this then i would really question i think to really get that understanding of what it takes to open percent if you really really want this. You've invested you own money. Hard sweat is and pregnancy all at the same time and rolled up your sleeves and drove around care like a flintstone car with a almost all the now. I think he's just brilliant. So you've done this long. You are pregnant are you. Now lydia is pointing web we ready to open indoors. We i think i was twelve weeks pregnant a couple of weeks after we ape and say yes starting to show a little bit. I think this point so suggested that started to solid. You have team from the day we opened. It was just the two of us. Say it's i mean. I'll sal on premises is a three hundred and fifty year old shop front. So it's like a really really mega eighteenth. Century super is stunning and it is so quirky and everything's wonky and wobbly filbert drunk when you actually look at. The floorboards is natural body. Why the. I always see these whole buildings. That lou vibe to it is any Discuss the scores cellar underneath was some people smugglers so back in the day from the the sea is literally around the corner from the salon. You walk from the yet on the key. Just a few meters. And you're the seat so the boats used to come and there'd be people smuggling cigarettes and things underground for the sellers won't be the place lead. It sounds absolutely these. Were very extremely lucky. And yeah the salon environment and the is more leica when we first opened. It was more like a. I would describe a private studio rather than a hair salon to look like so. It was very much a small smooth aloe and just to addresses. And that's kind of how we open de was more of a private a news open. You didn't have any clientele not not we had had the old client of fuller's laid the couple that came even from london. Have people driving hours to see us which was so so unbelievably humbling an amazing but we didn't expect we certainly didn't when you know you're pregnant you know i guess not too much money. You got to build up the money. Isn't it united suddenly opened on. And you know loza money's falling in your how you doing financially on this to know what of it looking back wasn't at all nowa- back in some of it makes me feel sad in some ways like lydia was pregnant and we had this flap upstairs. The we we didn't have a soifer a six six months. Yeah i think. I was six six or seven months pregnant when we got safer. We just had cushions on the floor where we really we really lifted eve of you and she look and say you know what we called. Live my life. Lifelock this thing so i think i think there was. Yeah i i did. Always check was two sides to it because all of the emotions and feelings that we have frustration of feeling. Like i mean especially you know she get bigger and you get more uncomfortable. I was a head really severe morning sickness pretty much the the hallway through my pregnancy and i just was so moody all the time for that.
"twelve weeks" Discussed on The DogBone Pawdcast
"Of sunday won't do it. It didn't happen overnight. it's. I saw it happening at twelve weeks. Thirteen weeks you. It was so subtle. You didn't recognize it. Little things creep up and little problems become bigger problems. Big problems become real big problems. You have to try to address stuff right away. Usually the emails. Don't come to me when it's just a slight little issue because we don't either recognize it or we don't think it's that big of a deal until it compounds and then compounds again and then compounds again and then i get the email so i think what we gotta do with hold conditioning might be the fix if you had enough there and the other thing. The other reason i said is because you started hope conditioning. It says here. I thought i thought it might be time to start conditioning in following along with your videos for a week and my dog progressed quickly. Keep going i. I would not stop if things are going. Good keep going. So i look at it and i go in this specific scenario from the from the little bit of information that i got from the four paragraphs that you sent me i say. Keep working on improving on. He'll and recall because in two to three weeks you noticed a big improvement in healing and recall any will continue to drill and recall drill you on recall at every opportunity. Those are your words. Keep doing that because at eight weeks if you are seen incredible big improvements quote unquote big improvements in two to three weeks. You gotta you probably got more to go. You probably got a ways to go yet to get good. don't settle. so here's here's this is a perfect example of if that were the case it sounds like you probably had average. Let's if it's a letter grade you probably around see work you're achieving see work with he'll and recall and then you focus on it for two to three weeks in..
"twelve weeks" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast
"Joe you need that. Four sets road cause a metabolic effect for hypertrophied. Demi sense obviously i think it makes sense to everybody so i basically people say well is it a circuit. And i'm like yes. It's basically some level of a circuit now. But your your exercises together to not cause a compensation pattern by doing exercises for porna- zero you know and people say well that the squad. No it's not the squad it's it's things it's the other exercises so i'll be honest with you. So what happened. Was i video. I had about forty athletes. Come back right when we got covid joel. And when they came back. I mean the conversation patterns. They had because they were with other people. I should say and personal. Maybe maybe i come out com personal terrorist. I didn't start that right. But i saw a lot of compensation patterns. Fortunately and then i didn't fix them. I didn't fix them with our pr. I went twelve weeks when they all came back without doing our pr or anything to help that global neurological sequence joel. And what i did was i video would see all these bad patterns. When they ran. I did four sets of exercises and watched how how it changed them for the worst and then we started doing the performance. Cycling is what i call it. Basically circuits and. I'm speaking of after about two to three weeks jolt. Those compensation patterns went away okay and they all started running much more smoothly right. It's crazy. And i think running is is one of the greatest assessments of of any athlete right on the survival mechanism. If you think about it number one things protect the head right or your brain. So that's why you know in your eyes brain you you blink your eyes you move your head the second would be protect spine but then in that whole process like we're wired to run so running the most reflective thing we do in my opinion the most complicated and it's like if you can use running to assess athletes you know and i think chris does a great job from foot position as takeoff on the ground to know what muscle fibers aren't working on the meat. I mean it's pretty pretty amazing stuff. You're.
Are we going to meet our vaccination target or what?
"Hello this is karina. Cost a daily podcast. All about the coronavirus. I'm health reported teigen thailand physician and journalists dr norman swan. It's wednesday the third of march and norman. We're already more than a week into our vaccine. Roll out here in australia. Which makes us old hands at it now but there were reports over the past few days. That strategy hasn't quite met the targets that i was expecting to in terms of numbers. Vaccinations delivered in this first week. And we've got a pretty big target for october as being sort of the end of the roll out the end of the first big sizes of the rollout. What are some of the issues that have cropped up. I mean it's such early days. It feels a little unfair to stop critiquing the performance when we're on the awakened but what are some of the issues that have been identified as maybe slowing us down a bit. So far rove is clearly been a major cities of hiccups with the commonwealth rollout in aged care. As we've been saying in current cast in fact the main game is boorda. Workers airport workers flight crew and hotel quarantine workers and what we should be doing but we're not as their families in households. So that's the main game securing our borders. And doing that hyper quickly. And you've really got to do that with the vaccine because it's going to take you twelve weeks to complete it with the astra and it's not going to be as good coverage with the with the new variant possibility so there's been a cold up in aged care because the commonwealth doesn't run anything have his own services therefore they've got a contract they probably should have contracted it to the states. But they've going into private providers and been cups which have been well publicized so it's to take the commonwealth a bit of time to get their act together and also some of the states have been a little bit slow so this combination of supply of scene. But also as marion kane or imply. Just today the bookings haven't gone quite as quickly as they imagined. And they could cope with more bookings. And i think there's been a hint of that in some other jurisdictions so people have got to come forward when they're booked and have that but around the world there has been a problem with people. Not turning up for bookings people don't turn up for their appointments and that means that you have a system in place where you've got people on standby people that you can take a. We've got jobs over. can you. At five o'clock in unexpectedly get your vaccine. So we saw we had the new south wales primary gladys and yesterday criticizing the maybe lack of communication between the states and federal government. Is there improvements. That could be made there. Probably and the minister of sought yesterday to have a press conference which is probably in part induced. By the new south wales premier having criticized the federal government for not being clear with the doses. And how they're going to arrive. I mean i think some of the surprise here is that if i had a long time to develop this. And it's still not clear how the next phases are going to be rolled out how people are going to be told what booking system is going to be like. Gp is still not clear how they're going to work into it. They've had their letter saying they've been accepted as a as a center for you know the practice to deliver vaccines but even then the ph primary health. Networks are often not clear whether or not the four thousand six hundred practices are indeed the ones that will end up doing it. So there's a fair bit of uncertainty another area of uncertainties that third pretty good administration stopping doctors commenting on the relative efficacy of vaccines. Because they're calling it. Advertising saying the vaccine come to my practice sits behind that there's a lot influx. We'll get our act together. We're good immunizing country. People will come. Forward is just that. We don't want to lose momentum.
Mother Wit With Certified Nurse Midwife Tanya Tringali
"Tanya thank you so much for joining me on the woman today. I'm so excited to speak with you. Happy to be here tiny. I think you are our first midwife on the podcast. You very cool yeah. I've had a couple of different fertility. Experts instead steph combat now knowing that's a certified nurse midwife so welcome as my first day. That's so cool. I always knew that you know women and children were going to be the focus of my nursing career. But before i fell into the nikki world i was definitely researching the nurse midwife route. 'cause berth itself is just so cool it is it is. I don't think anyone really gets it unless they're actually a delivery room. I i totally agree. And there's so much you just don't think about ever until you're pregnant. I mean i. I have a twenty year old at this point so my birth and i only have one child. Mike was a long time ago. But i am definitely one of those people that didn't think midwives existed when i was first pregnant. I really thought that you only heard midwife. In historical novels such And so such a learning curve for me to be pregnant. I was young. I was pregnant. But i was notably unhappy with my experience from the very first visit. There's gotta be a better way. And then i was in prenatal yoga class and heard somebody say midwife and my ears perked up it was like what is going over there and before you knew it. I was like sitting in the corner arms and noble reading every book. Get my hands on and kind of knew where i was going to go. Navigating a pregnancy and a new career path essay in time. But it's amazing. How many people. That don't know what a midwife is or if they do they think we only attend home births like all those minds of misconceptions that are you know fun to answer all this questions. So is that kind of what drew you into. Midwifery where are you a nurse. I already at this point or not. I went to performing arts high school. I moved to new york with the state. Can hundred bucks. When i was seventeen years old and then i was pregnant at nineteen years old. It was very sort of meant to be kind of situation. Like i never doubted the moment i was pregnant. I never doubted that thing never crossed my mind to do anything else. I've no judgments about what anybody does ever but for me it felt right even though it was really strange. I didn't think it was supposed to feel right. And you know very quickly. I realized that these two experiences. We're going to be very late to figure it out about midwifery. By the time. I was twelve weeks pregnant. And i was on a hat so like i was my first birth as a dula when i was six weeks postpartum and i went to a few births and i said screw it and i was a nursing school and then i got through nursing school with the sole intention of being a midwife by ban i needed to come up for air for a minute. Yes i waited. I worked for two years. The labor and delivery nurse waiting for my kid to be old enough to go to kindergarten and i went to midwifery school while she was intended artem in first grade. So that's that's how it all happen. So those two journeys were intimately linked for me. I'm going to sound just like alexis on shits creek. But i really loved this journey. Well kids. I can't say i know the reference because i tried to watch a few episodes of ships creek like when it first came out and for whatever reason i didn't get into it and everyone says how amazing it is and how the pandemic has changed the way the show comes across and i feel like i have to give it another. Go definitely definitely give it another go. I think the first time. I watched the whole season through or like the whole first thing like shits creek as a as a whole i am. I watched it all the way through. It wasn't really until the second season that i was like. Okay yeah i really get it. And then i just started rewatching watching it all again because it's sometimes need to turn on those. Those calming lake funny shows like parks and rec is gone off netflix. Now and i still have shits creek and meant just. It's great to have on during the day. And i'm just laughing but off now so i'm gonna have to give it another go with all my free time i would. So what was midwifery school like for you. Like what's all involved in that so midwifery school kind of ties into another big piece of my life. I think i guess. I tend to Dotson things at the same time. I so i went to nyu new york university for nursing. Okay and when it came time to go to midwifery school. I wasn't super excited about going to one of the campus based programs in new york like it wasn't about that i thought i wouldn't get a good education at all the new york based schools. But i knew that they would put me in a clinical site and that it wouldn't be my choice and i had really clear beliefs about time to wipe. I wanted to be and where i wanted to train. I had i gave for a free standing birthing center and i was really interested in doing center. Work home birth. Were all of that. And i just at the time did not really want to be in the hospital understandable. I figured out that there were some distance education programs. And that at some of the distance. Ed programs you actually had to find your own clinical site and while that might be a deterrent for some people for me gave me the freedom to figure it out
Will vaccines make a difference responding to the next outbreak?
"I'm health reported teigen tyler and physician in journalists alter norman swan. It's the last corona cast of summer fridays. twenty-six yes. We are on the last current cost of summer. And i feel like i am. Maybe potentially jinxing us by talking about an outbreak. But let's talk about the scenario norman. Where if there was another outbreak in australia. Now that we've got vaccine in the country vaccine which we know is quite effective at preventing disease and infection. Would that change the way. We've been responding to outbreaks in the past year. Yes would and in fact. I think we were probably the first out. Let's talk about. It was called ring vaccination. And it's now part as far as i understand it over the national immunization or vaccinations strategy. So what you do is as you do your contact tracing you would ring-fence vaccination around the person who's got the disease and the people that have come in contact with and maybe even the people that they've come in contact with so primary contacts and secondary contacts and you would do that with the pfizer vaccine because you've got a strong response early and is only three weeks between doses so within three weeks you're fully immunized rather than the astro which might take twelve weeks to get up to that sort of level of antibody response and so a and it's a race against time so that you because the incubation periods five to eight days but what some of the research is showing is that you get an early response to particularly the pfizer vaccine. Maybe even the astro too so you get a pretty good resistance there early on so that would be a good way to respond to outbreaks prior to very large percentage of the population being covered. So when you vaccinate sometimes depending on the disease some vaccines take a couple of weeks before you get an immune response. But then there's other vaccines like rabies. Where if you get bitten and you think that there's a chance got exposed to rabies. They give you a vaccine then. Do we know what the fires a shot does. Whether it's the sort of vaccine that you can give after exposure and give you some protection while it is all about the maths which is the incubation period versus the time for the vaccine to work so smallpox that's how they controlled. Smallpox control smallpox by massimo. Certainly helped but in places such as africa they controlled it by ringfencing and controlling the spread from that and so they find they find a case a main they ring vaccinated around the person with smallpox. So that in for anybody who might have contact come in contact with that person was protected and in that case the vaccine for for the smallpox vaccine worked faster than the incubation period of smallpox. In this case it's lying ball but it's worth doing because it's likely that you would get a responsibility and you're doing two things by this ring. Fencing are ring vaccination. I should call it. You are protecting somebody against severe covid. Nineteen disease the second thing you'd be doing is trying to prevent transmission and you'd hope those two things go hand in hand is a bit of evidence from israel that they do but it's not strong
David Higgerson, chief audience officer, Reach plc, on overcoming leadership challenges during the pandemic
"We're here of course the talk about The new websites and the recruitment drive that reaches has been on. But you know a good place to start might just be canola ing how difficult it's been for the news industry across the board over. The last twelve months reaches is no exception. We've seen reported figures around thousand staff followed in april. Five hundred fifty jobs announced would be in july. So there's been a lot of tough decisions for you over the last twelve months right. Yeah very much. So so many businesses so a significant change in in revenues results that pump dynamic on the course of the country looking down by what you don't know when that happens in Lifetime hopefully events is is how long it's going to go. Full dated in in some ways he still going about. Said you know scale really helped us whether the stolen in the way that Lawsuit companies have struggled so we go to the trump mission project which so things reach y which was to get stories to multiple I suppose journalists working working But it's not that the change was a huge change on the radio A tough to pay for which which took a lot out to people. Yeah told me about some of those decisions on. Why they will made so quite simply. It was a case of the pandemic documentary. Also of the Eighteen thousand newcastle office. And boris johnson. Issue taes kinda tried to work from home order and then within seven days. That have become a leave. Your house one hour a day for exercise older and the hold of the country's economy went into the states state of shock. Appetizing dried up. We had to. We have to respond. The first lock was what maybe twelve weeks. Aside but the the the shock was seismic lots of businesses didn't reopen put teams of genesis under the functions aung Whether work at literally stopped. It's i've never really filthy So they twenty as of two journalists if the world stops your ability to report on the world stops certain extents as well so s boats being an example wellstone another area as as well And then it became clear that the impact. It was having on on the basement that we would need to We would need to restructure that led to the Pronouncements which as well documented included a number of our journalists since then things have gotten better national clients have continued to spend interesting joined. The second lockdown In november even though in many ways it was very similar to the first one. I think a lot of businesses hit become used to how to continue trading during a lockdown periods. And not certainly out. So yeah so how. How was that felt across national and local titles however those decisions spread out. We looked at each title. And what tout. Where can we do things more efficiently. Certain things may in some places some edits to coulter stop doing will do less of an it was taken a taco by top basis. I think one of the things did prove was for a long time. We've had people questioning externally within the industry. Rather all you just on a chase for pageit's which would strongly we don't just do about collecting patriots at any cost. But if you look at the life network which is the puck. I think we're gonna talk about most today in in twenty ten. That was one hundred million pages a month if the started. Twenty twenty one eight hundred million pages a month that scale both resilience which meant the otherwise could be much much worse if we weren't reaching as many people as we were so in many ways the scan of the pages that we can even regional news prevented it from being from being a lot worse reached new music case of how to ensure we can. We continue doing what we doing within the budget afforded to us. As a result of the changed economic landscape us as far as the the optimum question was what they sought decisions a help or a hindrance. I mean you've staved off the financial pressures at the cost of thinning. Your ranks help or hindrance david. The there is no doubt that we ended the year with fewer people than we we started with the. That's been very very widely reported on mantras. Always been the we. You conscious keep piling on work to to diminishing bounded people you have to. You have to work with the results that you've got to cough golden A case of making sure that Wetting off smaller. That's reflected in in the workload. And that's where you often hear people talking about efficiencies through through through greater sharing content sharing of ideas and digital back but at the same time the opportunities for us to investigate in new areas as we've identified the
Astra approved! But do we have a boomer problem?
"We finally got the therapeutic goods administration approval of the oxford university astrazeneca vaccine in australia. Which was something that was hinted that was coming soon last week. By paul kelly Yesterday it happened. Norman fine print. Well i'll give you a big print. I look at the big print is this is a really good decision. Untrustworthy decision on the part of the therapeutic goods administration. It creates a political problem for the government. But it's it's it's a sound decision based on the evidence so they've they've maintained an independent position so it's really quite impressive so the first thing is that they have said and i think we've presaged this on corona cast. They've said that the ideal dozy jr is twelve weeks. Apart at standard does of the astro vaccine twelve weeks apart now the evidence is from the clinical trials and presumably they got more since they published trial in december. Is that if you give the vaccine three months apart. Then you get ninety percent. Efficacy in terms of preventing symptoms mild to severe symptoms of covid nineteen and it gives one hundred percent protection against severe disease so in fact the dosage reaching recommended brings it up to the performance of the pfizer vaccine. When you say a standard dice is that the original standardise that was always being used or is that the half dose that was used in one of the parts of the trial that we were talking about las g. no martin standing is to standard doses according to the trial not the accidental. Half does that was given as part of the british trial so it's two standard doses three months apart. And if we're able to do that there's a problem with that. By the way is that you can get variance coming in as a long time to wait in new things can happen with the virus but it does give you that high degree of efficacy which is great news. The detail here is that they had a problem with their trial is that they were late. In recruiting people over sixty five and the trials do not have a large number of people aged over sixty five who actually got infected so they can't actually give you a number for the efficacy of the vaccine in the over sixty five they can give you the average but not offer the over sixty five themselves now. What they say is that in the an. It's true in the laboratory testing over sixty-five very strong antibody response. Which makes you think that you will get efficacy in new over sixty five. But they've got no proof of it in trials yet that will emerge as time goes on and there in lies the problem for the government because in the light of that they probably you know and they're going to go with the evidence people over sixty five shoud get the pfizer vaccine to be absolutely sure. It's highly likely astra one will work in over sixty five. It'll certainly prevent severe disease. You would imagine. But there's no solid evidence of that. At this time you'd be going on the antibodies on the on the flip side of that just so too negative about all this. Is that when you bring on a new vaccine into the market like influenza vaccines or others which is already being tested. Randomized trials you do tend to go on whether or not the having effective antibody response and rely on that so it's not unusual to rely on an antibody response. It's just that the moment we'd like to know that it does prevent disease. So that's the story what we'd be. What's been approved. As a ninety percent effective vaccine and therefore it will prevent severe disease and be really good at malta mortar disease and maybe prevent transmission because one of the few vaccines to be tested for transmission.
"twelve weeks" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast
"Do i have anything else nar. I do want to close with a couple of things. Worse are when assessing this. Let's just backtrack. If someone offers you a meal plan or you see it you need to stop and go. Well why. why do i wanna take this meal plan. Then come to your goal. What's your reason. Change while i really really need to lose weight i really. I want to feel more confident. Constant in front of the mirror like being in photos. Aw one get stronger. I need a new plan. So i can get Get get bigger and healthier now. Think is your goal. Short term long long-term your goals mccalls reader's longtime like. I want to have that health for as long as i can. Okay we'll keep in mind meal. Plans are short term alternative an unsustainable for the vast majority vessel all but for the vast majority of this. I couldn't even follow me a plan. I could if i wrote on my food down now. That's the meal plan on fellow because that's my lifestyle that's different because i've made chops and changes all the time to suit me but just keep in mind that if if you feel like you konta stain that meal plan or you wanna tackle it for twelve weeks. He just want to try it. The no not really trying to change your life and make changes to suit your body. An nco goals. You're trying to make short change because you're you're not sure if you can commit to that long so that's fine so just remember. If you're gonna tackle a meal plan make sure it lines up with your goals if you're going to go on a twelve week challenge and they give you twelve weeks of food plans meal plans and your goals are only for twelve weeks co but one thing to notice that after those twelve weeks. What happens if you've got no education of nutrition there if you don't understand how did the calorie away just by knowing by looking at that plight and going at a pretty low calorie meal. That's pretty nutritious. Is good source of fat tacoma protein. Going good cobs because cops unable.
"twelve weeks" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast
"Rpg. Podcast i am one of your host sean ambrose on the other guy. How are you doing here fred. How are you man not bad. I am. I'm healing quite well. So it's nice. I started back at work today. Easing into it and buy newnham like man. I am cashed. Anita nap cooks. It's really weird I didn't realize how long it would take for my body to really hill when the doctor says well. Eleven twelve weeks then we can start lifting restrictions like that s rather people. No way can't have twelve weeks holy. Fuck everything today. Daily done got nothing less than a tank. Check out this crash. It's weird like not being able to lift things not even like a big. You know heavy powerlifter guy hanging drywall and many basement. I wanna be able to pound a nail can't do that can't do this. Fucking supernova but other than that chronic pain ninety percent gone at least so so it was. it's worth it. Just the slow recovery sean. How the hell are you you You brave the cold with the buffs and all that. My dog hate the cold. But they're doing okay. They're doing okay. Actually mine are all right. I just had one that had eight teeth pulled so under the weather. Yaps there's recovering but the downside hasn't been too bad. Let's good doubt but Gaming gaming and windsor have you game yet since the big knife. Yeah last tuesday. I had a chance to Alpha ran dungeon so the came campaign. We got back into that. We almost died like a complete total party. Kill we got we over skis. And another drought encounter. How we got this overdoing great What one more room. How bad can this be mother fucker. It was bad it was not good. Yeah nick nick. Lost another character. Restless fled so. We'll see we'll see if we make it out alive..
Gogglebox faces union probe after reports of backstage bullying
"Let's kick off with some behind the scenes telling us a member of the crew on channel four's goggle box says that working conditions on the show Quite inhumane we know. These things are report by friend of the politics. Morrison adt the guardian ad for us. What exactly was alleged by this. Anonymous recently departed member of the production team and my understanding user as being a number of different allegations including People having to work extremely long hours in edit some you know. Obviously that has the kind of unsatisfied. Shen from the higher ups which is caused the shouting and various bullying bullying allegations from there And it just seems it's it's a production where the pressure was Just really piled on. I say union members to stop at anything union members off. It's kind of everyone that wasn't a top level. Seems to have really go in the neck when it comes to that production wished. Just frankly is i just personally. Don't get it. I think when you show. That's not big why it doesn't have all the resources to to make sure that everyone can run. That production properly is beyond me from my perspective. I joined the industry. Because i thought it was gonna be fun and i think that once you get into it because of the freelance culture because of the way that there's so much pressure and over the years because times and budgets have been squeezed. It's it's just become more and more stressful to to get things done and on also on top of that. There's been a huge amount egos creative egos existed in this industry as we as we all know and sometimes they can tip over into being a an incredibly toxic workplace And i just think it's i just think is really really sad that we have to wait until all of this outrage comes out and people have to make kind of complaints anonymously before inkling donna it. We should stress that they are compliant. Onuma sources as studio lambert gave the guardian a statement saying it takes the welfare of its teams extremely seriously across its productions and has a number of measures in place to encourage people to come forward with any concerns they may have as well as support systems for range of issues in the last twenty four hours back to his joined in as well having what if they've been saying they've set up their inquiry and i think they look they want to look much more broadly at the industry as a whole rather than To qassam on google books. But i think nobody box is a really good example because it is a very wealthy well established company. It's very well established brand that be making it. For years i mean obviously. There's the very fast turnaround on it. Which would put enormous pressure on on rolling those shows out but nevertheless it's a brand that's existed for a really long time and so by the time the series whatever you would think that you would have your production process. Fairly well oiled and organized. I just think it's about the culture of companies that can arise and as far as said when you go sania nia people who behaved badly. It becomes very very difficult for junior people to to call them out. It becomes very difficult. Doesn't it when it's a hit. That's kind of what we learn here. Isn't it because. I know from friends in the industry as well. The you actually take the job with a spring in your step as a freelance. Because you think we'll get through it for six or twelve weeks and then i'll have a terrestrial credit on my cv and it's well paid and there's no point making a fuss about out. Just do it because it's goku box and it's a hit sort of unlikely that studio lambert and gentlemen were completely unaware of the gossip. Everyone else was completely innocent. Yeah ice been known in the industry for quite a long time. And i absolutely would not believe they were not unaware and of course unfortunate that culture of coming in for twelve weeks thirteen weeks ain't going away and saying nothing encourages. The practice continued. Never she gets surfaced until for example surface. Now i think in a way this is not a new story and indeed on this very podcast. We've discussed this topic several times in the past and we've talked about it not just in the context of tv production within other sectors in the media industry but sick in the newspaper industry for example where As almost being an acceptance in the past by subs pushing people on stories pushing them to get more copy out and so. I think you know any industry that permits bullying by management should not be allowed to do so. It's not an acceptable practice. We all understand that deadlines can be tight. We will understand that. Maybe resources a tight. That's something you have to sort of live with. But how you handle that pressure or how you deliver. That pressure is difficult. I mean there's nothing wrong with the manager setting a deadline. But you don't shout at people you can always discuss things in a calm rational way to say. Look either it can be done or it can't so this sort of shouting culture bullying culture unacceptable but it does seem to be it's almost become endemic and almost accepted in certain sections of the media. And it really has to change. It really does.
Oxford University To Begin Trial On Mixed Vaccines
"The university of oxford is to start to trial combining vaccines made by astrazeneca. And it's an order to introduce more flexibility and speed in vaccinating the world but it comes to switzerland has said it needs more data before it approves the oxford astor's annika job despite both the uk and the eu not only approving it but fighting last week over. Getting hold of enough doses. Let's hear from dr chris smith monocle twenty health and science correspondent. Good morning chris. Good to have you back. How does this work then when you combine to actions well this technique is good hetero lagos vaccination quantum mouthful. But what it basically means. Is you give persons one jab of one time and then a bit later on after three four weeks twelve weeks you give them a totally different vaccine. But also on the designed to program the immune system against coronavirus. We've been doing this thing fractured decades for different kinds of infections. And it works really well and the reason. It probably works very well. Is that when you go to school and you learn your lessons you then learn how much you've learned when you sit in the exam whole basically it's knowledge but it's being applied tested and stressed in a different way and it sort of similar with how the immune response works to Seeing one kind of stimulus decry navarre's than another one. And you make them much more. Resilient and robust response that way or at least not as the theory that's the outstanding knowledge. We haven't tried it with krona var so to make sure that what we assume is happening. That's why the government is putting forward this seven million initiative to find
COVID-19 vaccine may reduce virus transmission.
"Covid nineteen vaccine shows a hint that it may reduce transmission of the virus in office strong protection for three months on just a single dose researchers said on wednesday in an encouraging turn in the campaign to suppress the outbreak. The preliminary findings from oxford university. A co developer of the vaccine could vindicate the british government's controversial strategy of delaying vaccine shot for up to twelve weeks so that more people can be quickly given a first dose up to now the recommended time between doses has been four weeks. The research could also bring scientists closer to an answer to one of the big questions about the vaccination drive. Will the vaccines actually curb. The spread of the corona virus. It's not clear. What implications if any the findings might have for the two other major vaccines being used in the west pfizer and madonna in the united states. Dr anthony found. She dismissed the idea of deliberately delaying. Second shots saying the. Us will go by the science and data from the clinical trials. The two doses of the fis into madonna vaccines are supposed to be given three and four weeks apart still. The research appears to be good news in the desperate efforts to arrest the spread of the virus and also suggests a way to ease vaccine shortages into more arms more quickly but it was unclear whether the vaccines could also suppress transmission of the virus. That is where the someone inoculated could still acquire the without getting sick and spread it to others as a result. Experts have been saying that even people who have been vaccinated should continue to wear masks and keep their distance from others.
"twelve weeks" Discussed on Phil Wilson's Vinyl Revival Radio Show
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"twelve weeks" Discussed on Phil Wilson's Vinyl Revival Radio Show
"Rama. Tears for fears unbirthday beyond. Ot we've got our album of the week and our number one and oddity of the week. Which i'll tell you about straight after we go back to nineteen sixty nine now with malcolm. Robots and love is all on columbia coats. I knew the games a thought. I knew who was meant to be Just what makes this whole if until the mall shy zinc. Love me now l. Kevin won't take my hat and burn okay back to november nineteen sixty nine the highest number twelve in the talks in the uk and spent twelve weeks on the chart. Malka robots toll on columbia records. Now are you ready for the album of the week information and number one on to odyssey of information. Well get your pen and paper ready because we're going to be giving you.