36 Burst results for "Twenty Eight Day"

The Connection Between Menstrual Health and Mental Health

Therapy for Black Girls

02:20 min | 2 weeks ago

The Connection Between Menstrual Health and Mental Health

"Thank you so much for joining us today. dr flowers. thank you so much for having me. I'm so thrilled to be a part of this conversation. Yes i'm very happy to have you. Years has hawk all about minstrel health. And how that impacts on mental health and. I think this is a conversation that is often kind of overlooked. As i'm sure you're aware in a lot of your work and so can you really just talk with us about like the life cycle of our menstrual cycles. When you're harming your question. I immediately in my brain went to the way that people with over you actually have all the egg. From the moment they're born essentially means felt like i was in my mother's who is in her. My grandmother's who's been my great grandmother's like we are all connected right. There's like a power there and your astray in your ancestry and i know. We're talking about menstrual health. But like when you think about the connection between needs and thinking about young people learning about their bodies change a learning puberty learning about the cycle and how it works what it means for your potential for becoming pregnant thing pregnant. Parenthood menopause peri menopause. All of these stages just feels like there's so much unpack and then also like a really basic thing is like thinking about the way the uterine lining shed every twenty eight days. Which on some level is very clear concise on some level almost oversimplifies. It's really complex experience. People universes have so. I feel like there's a lot of talk about and i don't want to go too far in any one direction. Well i think you bring up a really good point around context for you know being in our mothers and our graham of his and all of those things because i think when you think about how those conversations happen around what's happening with our bodies it is very much connected to how the conversation has been head maybe with our mothers and grandmothers that really resonates with me absolutely and we could all tell stories about what we learned. I mean i remember. My mother taught me about what about a period and really thinking about like. How do you really explain to a kid. Lead is gonna come out of your diet. And that's the thing that's going to happen to you like. That's kind of a wild concept for kids to their brain around.

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Fresh update on "twenty eight day" discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

04:26 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "twenty eight day" discussed on The Big Story

"Now have no idea what to expect such a great question. So let's get back to the risks. I love talking about risk versus. Because i think i've mentioned in the past that there's actually nothing in life that comes without risks. The idea here is that we have to quantify what the risks are and talk about what the benefits are and then try and make an informed decision as to whether the benefits outweigh the risks. So going to the risks. The risk of vet which is this severe blood clot occurs between one and twenty six thousand to one hundred twenty seven thousand depending on the jurisdiction so it's still there but the risk estimates are higher now and then on the flip side is the risk of covid and this includes factors such as the covert in the area. You live in your age. Your exposure risk guy an essential worker actually able to work from home the long term health impacts of covid as well as what happens if you come home with kobe. How many other people would you Exposed to cove it and of course the one of the critical parts of a here is. What is your alternate vaccine stock. So if you're delaying vaccine and you're waiting for an alternate vaccine. How much longer do you have debate. And that's important because a month ago. If you had to actually say that you were not be we're gonna decline astrazeneca and wait your weight for an mri vaccine would be more than a month or even longer because only in the last month have our deliveries for mbna vaccines increased rate. And so if you're delaying vaccine your every every day that you delay a vaccine means a day that you're actually going to be potentially be exposed to colbert and keeping in mind that in the last month in ontario alone. Eight hundred people than eight hundred people have died due to covid so that's the context that we have to keep in the back of our mind so if we look at this You know we can now see that even with the facts that it couvert in ontario and alberta is still an high astrazeneca still does make sense for those over fifty plus in high cove areas. If you look at the number of icy admissions that prevented by astrazeneca benefits are still there for those who are fifty plus in hotspot area is however we are in a position right now where we're getting tons more marnie coming so if we are getting all this mina coming in then why are we taking on the additional extra risk of a side effect when we don't need to and that really is the basis of why ontario and berta have essentially decided to put a pause on astra zeneca now on those over very received astrazeneca again going back to the fact that more than eight hundred people on -tario have died you to kovin and the fact that this number would have been so much higher. Had people not being getting back sanita with astrazeneca last month. So if you have been vaccinated astrazeneca don't panic in fact don't even have remorse because you have protected yourself and you feel so protected your close family members because of the fact that you've been vaccinated and so that was absolutely the right decision to have made in the last. You know four to six weeks while we've been talking about bit and while this information has been evolving. It's the right decision to have taken. It's a very efficacious vaccine. Would protect you from severe outcomes of covid and we'll also protect your family members through you being vaccinated. The what does it mean for my second dose rate and so that is where things get tricky so two things first of all if you have been vaccinated in the last twenty eight days with astrazeneca i would urge to just take a quick look at what the various symptoms look like for it so that you're well prepared being informed Really helps with knowing how to advocate for yourself as well. So he's an eye of what the symptoms are and if you do have any of these symptoms of the severe side effect than get immediate attention first of all second of all when it comes onto the second doses. So this is you know. There's two things do it. First of all we've seen in the uk at least that second doses seem to have a slightly lower risk of vet so it's approximately one and a million is what they're seeing right now. That said only six million second does is having given so far the uk because they're also taking that three month delays strategy lake. We are and we're likely not out of the twenty eight day period for all of these so this is going to change a fair amount which is why for now interior seeing. Let's just hold off on even doses for astrazeneca until we have more information from uk at the same time there's also a study that is occurring right now the uk call calm cove. And it's actually looking at combining different types of vaccines so there are basically looking at astrazeneca and pfizer being given and this study's actually going to read out in fact within the next month or so so we should have this data coming out very very soon. Frankly i actually think that this the combining these two vaccines platforms would actually probably also provide you with a higher immunity. We've seen with other vaccines that when you're giving these combination type went. So they're called hetero logos prime boost We've seen that. Actually that that can provide better immunity. So that's what i'm really hopeful for. Obviously you know we need to wait to see what the data looks like. But if the data looks good you know there is a very good possibility that we will be recommending an mini vaccine as a second dose for everyone who's gotten astrazeneca so i'm hopeful about that too because i want a a double dose of superpower different vaccines that would be great but you know as you mentioned right off the top The science is evolving rapidly. So what if we wait for that science and then the report is inconclusive or it says there was this other side effect if we mixed the vaccines like. Where does that leave. I'm not saying that will happen. But to your point we just don't know where would that leave me and other people who got astrazeneca would be like okay. Well roll the dice with your second dose them. You know i totally get that. And i think that that has caused a lot of confusion and apprehension amongst a lot of people. I mean i'll be honest. My mother-in-law got astra zeneca on the same day. That my father-in-law adviser and she has the exact same questions right now and one of her questions is does does it mean that she has to repeat her dosage personally. I'm very hopeful to be honest with the kamkoff study. I actually have a very good feeling. That's going to the data's going to look really good I think we'll have more information within the next few weeks. I also do want to say that there is You know we have actually done this. Usa strategy off hetero logos are complementary prime booths with other vaccines with really good results and so if extrapolate that i have a really good feeling this is going to work out well for astrazeneca those who had received the first faster zeneca and going with china for the next does. Here's another question And we saw lots of questions from our listeners for sure but also just all over twitter rate it's really confusing so on -tario and alberta have announced they're going to pause the first doses of astrazeneca or stop them completely. What about the other provinces. Like if you're living in bc or newfoundland right now and you've got an appointment booked for this week for an seneca.

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Israeli study finds Pfizer vaccine 85% effective after first shot

WSJ What's News

01:14 min | 2 months ago

Israeli study finds Pfizer vaccine 85% effective after first shot

"A new study shows a single dose of pfizer and biotechs kobe. Nineteen vaccine is eighty five percent effective in preventing symptoms of disease. Fifteen to twenty eight days. After it's given the findings of the israeli study published in the lancet medical journal come as more countries way whether to delay doses. Our reporter blonde pinch. Husky has more that seems to vindicate. The decision made in the united kingdom. To delayed second does in order to vaccinate more people as quickly as possible. More and more evidence is mounting from similar studies that delaying the second does is a sound policy. And if this were to be proven without a doubt then basically countries like the united states would find themselves being able to practically double the number of people they vaccinate overnight visor and biontech still recommend that a second dose of their vaccine be administered twenty one days after the first separately the companies also said today that they're vaccine can be stored and transported in normal freezers rather than at ultra cold temperatures of between minus one. Hundred twelve and minus seventy six degrees fahrenheit which pose logistical challenges.

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WHO team: Coronavirus unlikely to have leaked from China lab

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

WHO team: Coronavirus unlikely to have leaked from China lab

"A team of World Health Organization experts sent to investigate the origins of Kobe nineteen have left to hand off the twenty eight days in China please open in barrack the leader of the WHL mission says the visit had north dramatically changed the current understanding of the early days of the pandemic not embark told reporters the possibility that contaminated frozen wild animals may have indeed used the virus to the seafood market in Wuhan is worth exploring more this cold chain theory has been widely promoted by Chinese officials but foreign experts have generally played down the risk of getting the virus from a frozen food I'm Charles collect as much

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UK passes grim milestone of 100,000 COVID deaths

The Briefing

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

UK passes grim milestone of 100,000 COVID deaths

"The uk supposed one hundred thousand covid nineteen deaths to compete the surrou- contained in that grim statistic. Those were the words of boris johnson as he announced more than one hundred thousand people have died in the uk within twenty eight days of testing positive for covid nineteen. It comes nearly a year to the day since what's thought to have been the first recorded death from the disease in this country. Of course we now know far more about the virus than we did a year

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Understanding the Virus with Dr. Howard Fullman

Medicine, We're Still Practicing

05:16 min | 4 months ago

Understanding the Virus with Dr. Howard Fullman

"So i are host the quadruple board. Certified doctor of internal medicine. Pulmonary disease critical care in neuro critical. Care my very good friend. Dr steven day back. How are you steve doing. Okay deceive. oh we have one of our favorite experts returning to us today Howard j fomin. He is board certified in internal medicine and gastroenterology and howard served a multi decade tenure at kaiser permanent day as partner ford member president of the executive committee chief of staff and chair of the quality committee. He has supervised over forty three hundred staff and over five hundred doctors. Howard is now seen your operating advisor at atlantic street capital for their medically focused investments. Dr howard foreman nice to have you back thanks to be here high stated it good to see hey steve. What's it like in the icu. With the kobe patients has it gone. It's been very rough at my hospital. The surges hit us really hard. We actually we had a mini surge. Back in may when everybody else seemed to be really struggling at this time it has hit us really hard we have about one hundred and fifty plus cove patients in our hospital and i bought twenty percent of those are in the intensive care unit and those that intensive care unit. They are all on high flow oxygen or intimated. So they're all very very sick. And howard what. Are you hear about kaiser. How are they holding up in all this. I just very proud of everybody. Credible courage by the patients and their families what they're going through doctors nurses respiratory therapist all staff level of dedication i think of the healthcare professionals are just miraculous people. Tired in was there the other day doing data the procedures. And just in what. I do which is way less difficult than being in the icu. For twelve hour shifts just wearing in the ninety five masks in a shield and all the p p being more cautious than ever and trying to make sure that the patients can get in and out so that they're not in the medical center. One minute more than is necessary. Cetera et cetera. Just makes the practice of medicine which is already something that's very challenging even more challenging but my heart goes out to the patients and that that's just a culprit patients Anyone who needs services. The hospital is having more difficult time than usual inside easy being a patient thunder normal circumstances that along under these circumstances. i'm sure they're all kinds of treatments. That have changed since our last conversation. I mean the remdesivir steroids in a number of other treatments that you guys have raised a bad situation. What's working the best these days. Dr steve in actually the one medication that really has shown to decrease mortality everything that we have is decadent on an age old medication. A steroid that's used to decrease swelling decrease inflammation in the body thus far as the only medication that we're using that actually has been proven to diminish with a twenty eight day mortality. We do give them de severe because there has been shown that there's been some benefit in terms of shortening the course of the disease and so it's still part of our protocol and so everybody who's coming in is getting a coverage for we call community acquired pneumonia in case they have bacteria on top of covid. So they're getting the usual medications for that which is usually as for miocene in something called stuff triax zone but the standard therapy provided you have good kidney function that you're not to overwhelmingly sick is the decca drawn remdesivir but it is the decca drawn. That by far has been shown to be very effective. I do believe for those people who are not terribly ill that are just starting to show signs and symptoms of covid that have various co morbidity is considerably overweight have diabetes a monoclonal antibody that has given an infusion. I believe has also been a game changer. Although i've not seen formal data in that way but those are the big three medications that we give. I mean you've got to look at what's going on here in the us and it's gotta frustrate both of you. Knowing how many people are breaking the advice may be needle one column rules because somehow those of us in the us don't like those things called rules. Frankly i've seen a bunch of parties. Go on in my town. There have been a bunch of weekend weddings and dancing. And what have you and it's almost like. What are you supposed to do as a healthcare organization to get the message across. I can't imagine. What would happen. To dr steve here if there was a surge on top of this surge. That's an important point in all of us in healthcare professions of. I wanna start again by saying lots. Lots of people doing their level. Best imply vincent. I feel really badly for people who don't have a luxury to be at home. That essential workers people who were living in very congested areas. Tranquil did very best. They can difficult circumstances. So that's important to make sure we now. The hard work difficult circumstances lots of people living under now everybody's violating these guidelines but there are people who are either inadvertently or something some cases intentionally violence

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Interview With Tara Stiles

The Ultimate Health Podcast

04:19 min | 5 months ago

Interview With Tara Stiles

"Hello and welcome ultimate podcast episode. Three hundred and eighty three. I'm jesse chapas. And i'm here to take your health to the next level each week bring you end up conversations with health and wellness leaders from around the world and this week. I've tara stiles on the show. She's the founder of strella. The revolutionary approach to being moving inhaling straw teaches yoga tai and traditional chinese medicine to help people release stress. Let go of bad habits and movies. Li through all kinds of challenge tear has authored several bestselling books in his assad. After speaker on topics of entrepreneurship health and wellbeing. She has a new book coming out on december. Twenty ninth clean mine clean body at twenty eight day plan for physical mental and spiritual self care and you can preorder your copy now. I really love this conversation with tara. I just appreciate her being so open and real sharing ups and downs. That she's been through over the years and it just makes it more real and relatable. I know you're gonna love this. Highlights include the message tear received from the universe when she was only seven years old growing up with straight edge hippie parents in a passive solar home how yoga transition terror into this world of eating better the meaning behind the name straw in the epiphany moment tara experienced on a flight to tokyo. If you enjoy this episode. I'd really appreciate it if you could help. Spread the good word share with somebody in your life. Thank you so much here. We go with tara stiles. Hello tara welcome to the podcast. How you doing doing pretty well. I'm excited to chat. I really loved the new book in. I want to start out with the story that you share on their and this goes all the way back to when you're seven years old you're sitting in the woods behind your house and you get a message from the universe so take us back there and explain what happened. Oh my goodness well i do. Think it's kind of corny in a way to talk about or share. But i think in reflecting in writing this book the reason why i chose to share it was because i think that every everybody at some point in your life whether it's when you're little kid or continued experience is the same thing where you feel really good and really connected so you know for me. I was lucky enough to live in nature. And i just remember clearly sitting outside and sitting on the ground nothing spectacular feeling like i had a lot of energy inside of me a lot of passion a lot of excitement a lot of desire to learn more integral to become or my potential what i could do and i just remember in that moment feeling really supported by the universe in this way You know almost assigned are going with that feeling. You're going with that desire. You do have this energy inside the more you cultivate it the more you you know. Seek out teachers and seek out and learn. You really can participate in a very Full way and help people feel better. So i just i remember that really clearly and Yeah i of keep coming back to that my life and you grew up on a farm in illinois correct. Yeah super tiny town and as we saved the middle of nowhere but I couldn't wait to get out now. I appreciate it just like you know such a common experience that but yeah my parents built this kind of passive solar home and we literally simply i call the straight edge hippies. They didn't do all the fun. Things that i read about. You know in the seventies generation. You know they didn't drink. They didn't do any drugs. You know we were. You know kind of simple in that way but you know i appreciate it now especially that i've gotten more interested in in health and wellbeing and it didn't get messed up early on at least in that way. Did you rebel as a kid to that lifestyle. Oh yeah definitely. I think you know being in the middle of nowhere again and you know either. You are interested in sports or academics. Or you got into trouble and i always loved people. I always thought you know different kinds of people interesting. So i kind of hung out with all the different groups of kids so you know it's interesting because my my mother was always saying. Oh you should hang out with this group of people more of that kind of looked more clean cut on the outside but they were the ones doing all of the kind of and the ones that i was getting a little bit warm look a little rough around the edges on the outside and we're doing some of the bad stuff but not not i guess in my mind the really dangerous things so but i support

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Microsoft envisions 'scoring' meetings based on body language

Daily Tech News Show

02:13 min | 5 months ago

Microsoft envisions 'scoring' meetings based on body language

"Microsoft has applied for a patent called meeting insight computing system. That would use a system of cameras and sensors to record data in conference rooms. Things like body language facial expressions. The amount of time participants contribute to a meeting your speech pattern quote consistent with boredom and fatigue. They'll tell of your board. Then they'll add that to whether attendants were texting or browsing the internet and that will combine with factors like was the meeting. Efficient was the room temperature. Really hot and uncomfortable and overall quality score will be created for those meetings. The system could eventually predict the likelihood of holding a high-quality meeting based on time of day who's involved etc and flag potential challenges ahead of time. Maybe suggesting alternative time or a different venue a or maybe different people different length of time. I don't know the system could be used for in person. Virtual or hybrid meetings microsoft has been working on the system since two thousand eighteen and told the bbc. The application of patent does not necessarily indicate that the technology described will be implemented in a product. This is especially interesting because microsoft is taking a bunch of heat over a productivity score that it includes in microsoft three sixty five now. This is a different thing. This is the thing. That's actually in microsoft. Three sixty five. It's not a patent. it's an opt. In feature that aggregates information. About email us network connectivity et cetera. Similar but not the same thing and security and privacy advocates this week were pointing out that one of the default settings let managers check data on individual employees which would let them see who sent the least emails who collaborated the least documents other individualized metrics organizations choose who can see that individual data with an option to anonymous. Remove it entirely but they don't have that option. User data is aggregated over a twenty. Eight day period microsoft. Rich say like well. The point of the productivity score was not to spy on people but we. I guess leave that up to the companies because they might want to bear on for a benign reason look at individual scores and compare them.

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Google and Harvard release COVID-19 prediction models

Daily Tech News Show

00:36 sec | 6 months ago

Google and Harvard release COVID-19 prediction models

"Back in august. Google partnered with the harvard global health institute to launch. Its covid nineteen public forecasts providing projections on cove in nineteen metrics cases and ventilator availability in us counties and states. Google has now improved these models extending regional predictions from fourteen to twenty eight days claiming they should be fifty percent accurate. The forecast now also support customizing initial forecasting models. Two new problems and data sets with google developing. Ai based one if model to help with decision making around covid nineteen scenarios. Google also launching covid nineteen public forecast in japan and investigating support for other countries.

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Traveling With A Full-Time Job

The Thought Card

04:33 min | 6 months ago

Traveling With A Full-Time Job

"While in the United Kingdom. Most people get Twenty Eight Days of paid annual leave a year without the inclusion of sick time in public holidays. The United States does not guarantee that workers paid vacation days or holidays. It's one of the only advanced economies in the world. Where paid annual leave is not universally mandated by the federal government. No, minimum requirements whatsoever. Nevertheless according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics on average most private-sector employees in the US get ten days of PTO throughout this book will use 10 as our starting figure and examples. I will also use PTO and vacation time interchangeably. I know this reality sucks, but I wanted to remind you that you have more control over the situation than you think. Yes, you can choose to harp on what you don't need have not enough time or flexibility or you can choose to learn how to make the best use of the time. You do have an advocate for yourself at work wage. Not everyone has the means or the ability to drop everything and travel the world for an extended amount of time. Frankly. Not everyone has a desire to either dead yet. That doesn't mean you cannot incorporate More Travel into your everyday life. Your livelihood and love of travel do not have to battle it out in the gulag. Let me know if you get the Call of Duty reference. If you get 10 days off a year, how can you make those ten days turn into twenty or Thirty conversely. How can you make those 10 days count? So you're off doing the things that matter most? If you believe in the Law of Attraction you attract into your life, whatever you focus on all thoughts turn into things and if you think negatively about what you don't have you walk in you to struggle and live in scarcity. Reframing my mindset early on has helped me feel more in control of my life and nudge me to use my free time wisely, although I get twice as many vacation days a year, then the national average. I wish I had more guess what though? I have a hundred and for weekend days to use as I wish I also get an additional eight public holidays, which means I am blessed with a hundred thirty two days out of the year to go somewhere. Have fun and create new memories. Do you see how I reframed my lack and turned it into abundance. I turned twenty days into 132 Days by embracing a map review of all the free time. I have in a year a life of full-time work and part-time travel is not as difficult as you may think but it will require dedication and commitment on your part. I'm here to remind you that you have all of the time and talent to go after what you want. How do you shift your mindset? So you can Embrace a travel Abundant Life Style? First and foremost get off the fence and make a decision. How important is travel to you is travel and non-negotiable or is it something you are willing to put off? Is it somewhere in between take time to reflect and write what comes up for you said usually your first thought is your most honest secondly stop saying you don't have the time instead daydream about what life could look like wage if you no longer allow time to be an excuse. Understand your why and if this is what you truly want prepare for the hard work that comes with expanding your horizon and being a good Steward of your time. Let go of any fear, you may be holding on to break free from the fear of failure getting your hopes up and let go of the fear of rejection getting denied time off. Lastly years later when you look back at your life. Will you have any regrets? Will you regret not pursuing your interest and prioritizing your values or will you be happy you made the effort to figure things out?

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Dr. Laura Erdman on Hormones & Women's Health

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

04:32 min | 7 months ago

Dr. Laura Erdman on Hormones & Women's Health

"Why don't you talk to us I about some of the common complaints and things that you see as women come to you either in their late thirties or early forties? And some of the things you often suggest to help them with it. So one of the main things what one of the things that I tried to to to model my practice around is I've been lucky to have a great pediatricians for my kids over the years and one of the things that I loved about them is that at their annual visit I sort of have gotten over the years. An anticipation of what's to come in their development. So when they were four and I was reminded not to be surprised about nightmares when they were six, make sure everybody knew how to swim and as I've sort of modeled my practice around that so Different Ages. I talked to women about what to expect what's coming, and so pretty much what I'd like to cover when women turn forty is. First of all period irregularities. So periods go wacky at the age of forty for many many many women sometimes they get closer together. Sometimes, they get heavier sometimes stay longer in it's really important to know what is normal versus what is just what is abnormal and could be a sign of something being wrong. So I tried to explain what's going on in the background because that helps a lot of women understand and a lot of. Women whom I see just want to know that everything is okay. They see some changes they don't necessarily they're not bothered by them. They don't necessarily want to treat them are going any medicine. They just want to know that everything is okay. But when you see a change in your period when you've always had a perfectly regular monthly period now all of a sudden is coming every three weeks that might see have normal where actually. Isn't. So it's important to remember that in the background are ovaries are getting better, and so they have a limited life span, which is around forty five to fifty years about the age of fifty or fifty one most famous start the transition into menopause Tomase, your ovaries just stop responding to the input from the rain they start making their Hormuz they stop ovulating but before that they get a little bit lazy and they don't really. Respond they don't really let the brain know too well that they're still doing their job. So your brain starts driving them a little bit harder. The brain doesn't age the brain would like our to keep working for forever. So that signal from the brain gets really really really strong but sometimes array say okay, fine I got it. I'll do my thing and so you get pretty much higher highs and lower lows of your normal hormones. And the cycle links between your periods gets a little bit shorter 'cause ovaries almost working a little bit too well in response to does signal from the brain. So that's why if you've had a period that has always been every twenty eight days and now all of a sudden, it is twenty four days that seems like as almost a week too early, but it's not that's totally fine. That's just the brain responding to that increased influence from the or the ovaries responding to the increased signal from the brain. But also since your hormones are hitting your ovarian hormone estrogen progesterone are hitting higher highs and lows. Things like PMS can become a little bit more exacerbated if you have a much higher progesterone level in that second half of your cycle, some people actually start to feel. The beginning of hot flashes right before their period as your estrogen is hitting alot than it ever has before the period can get a little bit heavier because the lining grows a little bit thicker if that estrogen is high in the beginning of the cycle higher than it has been. So all these things have a reason why they're happening, but they can be really really really bothersome. So these are like higher amplitude screens which were already doing but now they're actually kind of going wider in either direction and potentially at a higher frequency, which is what all of us want right now I'm scared. So. It's really really annoying. Now again, none of this is is is there's nothing wrong. Then this there's note illness there's disease there's nothing wrong but as just really really bothersome and it comes at a time in life where for many women their children are getting older there might be other life changes, just normal body aging into it's more difficult to lose weight the joint start aching a little bit more perhaps there's more responsibility in a job, and so it just hits all together at the very wrong time.

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COVID-19: ‘little or no’ benefit from remdesivir: WHO

UN News

01:45 min | 7 months ago

COVID-19: ‘little or no’ benefit from remdesivir: WHO

"Results from a UN coordinated international trial looking at four cave nineteen therapeutics have shown little or no positive impact on preventing death in patients infected with new corona virus, the Solidarity Therapeutics Trial, overseen by the world. Health Organization who found that REMM disappear hydroxy chloroquine, Lapenne Aveer. Rootin- and Interferon. appeared to have little or no effect on twenty eight day mortality or the hospital course of covid nineteen among hospitalized patients. The study involved more than thirty countries and investigated the effects of the treatments on mortality ventilation and length of stay in hospital. It did not examine other uses of the drugs such as preventive treatment, which would. Require further trials in a related announcement. The WHO said that Covid nineteen had also highlighted the increased vulnerability of people with high blood pressure to the coronavirus. The warning is based on data for more than one hundred twenty countries showing significant caveat related disruption to treatment for people suffering from chronic health conditions with findings showing these patients make up fifty to sixty percent of all deaths through covid. Dr Bent Mickelson director of WHO's Department of noncommunicable diseases said that more than one point one, billion people around the world suffer from hypertension mainly in low and middle income countries when it comes to call it nine, thousand, nine, hundred, hypertension, one, hundred and twenty two countries that has reported. US that in over fifty percent of the country's the healthcare services disrupted fully or partially fifty percent of the country's, and in addition we see a high number of is we don't have global figures yet, but we see in the rain show fifty, sixty percent of the people that are severely ill and died in hospitals from code have hypertension diabetes, and so forth and the working on the global targets.

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Be Willing to Experiment

A Slob Comes Clean

06:22 min | 7 months ago

Be Willing to Experiment

"Thanks for joining me today this podcast number to sixty six and I'm going to call it. Freedom to. Experiment. 'cause this is one of those things I have been thinking about. It. Also I know I've been answering these questions from my super-secret facebook group of patriotic supporters. If you'd like to know more about being a patriotic supporter, you can go to patriotdepot dot com slash slob comes clean. That's P. A. T. R. E. O. N. DOT COM such a slob comes clean. That's also There's a link to that at a sub comes clean dot com slash podcasts. And there is also Lincoln show notes always. So pretty much. Always I forget anyway. So I've been thinking about this. I've had questions the last couple of podcasts I have been answering different ones and it's always interesting to me when I can kind of make the stuff. FIT under one thing like two weeks ago was basically the answer to every single question that I answered was five minute pickup. There was more to it than that but I like on a lot of bag on that podcast anyway, and then last week was. Something that I can't think of in this exact moment while I'm talking to you know it was what was it? Whatever it was. It was all basically around. A theme like there were quite a few different questions that could be grouped under that theme. And I was thinking. This was kind of going to be a okay. I'll just cover the last of the questions there which I didn't guarantee. I was going to cover all the questions, but it just worked out pretty well. And Just. Today I was thinking about something in my own life i. want you know that kind of is applies to all of those questions pretty much that I was GonNa talk about my next podcast. So we're talking about experimenting like the whole concept of experimenting I think sometimes for those of us who? Have spent a lot of our lives feeling inept at this homemaking thing who have felt unqualified or bewildered by or just overall overwhelmed and not confident in. What to do to actually keep our houses under control I think that we don't always fill out of freedom. In that way because like I I, it's just the same thing as I explained to my kids I'm like you. Once you get something down like let's say you get. You get you know my daughter's Andrea team now and she works on things and Oh, I heard y'all I just have to say it has been so much fun to I mean I'm telling you just since she tried out in May. When she was trying to do it and she was, you know she made it obviously. So she did great. But the improvement that just comes from her re just knowing more like she knows more and when you know more than you have the freedom to put a little pizzazz on you know we're talking about dance there but it's really the same thing for everything like once you. have some skills down what know what to do. Then you feel more confident when you feel more confident, you're like, oh I, can try this can try that. But for those of us who have lived our lives not feeling confident in this area sometimes we're scared to experiment. We're like, please just tell me what to do, which is the beauty of something like. You know the the twenty eight days to hope for your home, which is included in my book how to manage your home without losing your mind you know those twenty eight days of building four basic habits I mean I talk through every single day like you spend seven days. Getting a new habit down and we go through all of the weird things that are going to go through your brain and all that kind of stuff and like you know I hear all the time from people who say it helps me so much to know. When I don't know what to do do the dishes. Or War with the decluttering process from decluttering at the speed of life you know I look at a space that's overwhelming. I know to just focus on the trash trash is step one. Okay. So all of those things are very helpful because they know what to do. Okay. But for those of us who are desperate for that and who that is so incredibly helpful for you know there are people out there who like. You have to tie yourself to to the Tesha like who has to tell themselves. Like they just don't even understand. That some of us have to talk ourselves through that. Okay. Because those things are more natural or more obvious maybe or more clear whatever two other people anyway. But sometimes, those of us feel like we're just hanging on with like please just tell the next step we don't feel the freedom to experiment. Well, some of these questions get into some things where it's like. Well, you really do this different ways. So I went to give you the freedom to experiment. So my example you know I'm working on my next book who knows when it's going to be done. Because it's really hard for me right now 'cause anyway. So not like hard something awful is going on. I'm just really struggling. Okay with it. Anyway. I when I wrote my second book I think I did a podcast on breaking down a huge project and all that and. When I wrote my second book it was on a really really tight deadline. And part of my issue right now is they don't have a deadline which whatever because it's not actually under contract or anything yet but I had this deadline and I had to get it done and I really reaped the benefits of having written a book before like. The first book that I wrote, of course, that one was on a deadline to but. I spent the first probably the first three weeks to a month, just figuring out what I needed to do to be able to shift from the the blogging and podcasting and all the things that I normally did into this very different task of writing a book and I had to figure out how to break it down and then worked through the process to actually get to the finish line.

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Why You Should Be Willing To Experiment

A Slob Comes Clean

05:04 min | 7 months ago

Why You Should Be Willing To Experiment

"Anyway. So I've been thinking about this. I've had questions the last couple of podcasts I have been answering different ones and it's always interesting to me when I can kind of make the stuff. FIT under one thing like two weeks ago was basically the answer to every single question that I answered was five minute pickup. There was more to it than that but I like on a lot of bag on that podcast anyway, and then last week was. Something that I can't think of in this exact moment while I'm talking to you know it was what was it? Whatever it was. It was all basically around. A theme like there were quite a few different questions that could be grouped under that theme. And I was thinking. This was kind of going to be a okay. I'll just cover the last of the questions there which I didn't guarantee. I was going to cover all the questions, but it just worked out pretty well. And Just. Today I was thinking about something in my own life i. want you know that kind of is applies to all of those questions pretty much that I was GonNa talk about my next podcast. So we're talking about experimenting like the whole concept of experimenting I think sometimes for those of us who? Have spent a lot of our lives feeling inept at this homemaking thing who have felt unqualified or bewildered by or just overall overwhelmed and not confident in. What to do to actually keep our houses under control I think that we don't always fill out of freedom. In that way because like I I, it's just the same thing as I explained to my kids I'm like you. Once you get something down like let's say you get. You get you know my daughter's Andrea team now and she works on things and Oh, I heard y'all I just have to say it has been so much fun to I mean I'm telling you just since she tried out in May. When she was trying to do it and she was, you know she made it obviously. So she did great. But the improvement that just comes from her re just knowing more like she knows more and when you know more than you have the freedom to put a little pizzazz on you know we're talking about dance there but it's really the same thing for everything like once you. have some skills down what know what to do. Then you feel more confident when you feel more confident, you're like, oh I, can try this can try that. But for those of us who have lived our lives not feeling confident in this area sometimes we're scared to experiment. We're like, please just tell me what to do, which is the beauty of something like. You know the the twenty eight days to hope for your home, which is included in my book how to manage your home without losing your mind you know those twenty eight days of building four basic habits I mean I talk through every single day like you spend seven days. Getting a new habit down and we go through all of the weird things that are going to go through your brain and all that kind of stuff and like you know I hear all the time from people who say it helps me so much to know. When I don't know what to do do the dishes. Or War with the decluttering process from decluttering at the speed of life you know I look at a space that's overwhelming. I know to just focus on the trash trash is step one. Okay. So all of those things are very helpful because they know what to do. Okay. But for those of us who are desperate for that and who that is so incredibly helpful for you know there are people out there who like. You have to tie yourself to to the Tesha like who has to tell themselves. Like they just don't even understand. That some of us have to talk ourselves through that. Okay. Because those things are more natural or more obvious maybe or more clear whatever two other people anyway. But sometimes, those of us feel like we're just hanging on with like please just tell the next step we don't feel the freedom to experiment. Well, some of these questions get into some things where it's like. Well, you really do this different ways. So I went to give you the freedom to experiment. So my example you know I'm working on my next book who knows when it's going to be done. Because it's really hard for me right now 'cause anyway. So not like hard something awful is going on. I'm just really struggling. Okay with it. Anyway. I when I wrote my second book I think I did a podcast on breaking down a huge project and all that and. When I wrote my second book it was on a really really tight deadline. And part of my issue right now is they don't have a deadline which whatever because it's not actually under contract or anything yet but I had this deadline and I had to get it done and I really reaped the benefits of having written a book before

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Why have three community cases suddenly popped up in NSW?

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06:42 min | 7 months ago

Why have three community cases suddenly popped up in NSW?

"So Norman in new, South Wales we had twelve days without any luckily quiet cases and we were feeling really good about it but then yesterday they had three new cases that were from community transmission and at least the reporting. That, we have at the time of recording current cost. We didn't think that they were actually linked to each other. So how did this happen? Well, you can only speculate eventually it will be explained we you would hope that it's not entirely a mystery that with genomic testing, we can find out perhaps what viruses their most closely linked to. So really won't stay a mystery for too long. So on the one hand, it's spread from known sources which are not, which is not readily apparent, but it is a worry because you don't wear they'd been you don't know who they might spread it to the just a lot of unknowns here. Even if you could say, well, originally did from the Crossroads Hotel and Salah or something like that all those weeks ago. The other thing that can happen with this virus is that it goes underground with asymmetric spread in a community. Of people who are younger to know they've got it or might not be coming forward for testing. So remember testing a New South Wales has plummeted and really far far too low when twenty or thirty, thousand people a day should be being tested at least twenty thousand and we're done below ten thousand and happy enough for a few days. So people are being tested and therefore we're going to get more and more surprises like this and in Washington states in the United States. Beginning this pandemic would underground for six weeks before papa game after somebody arrived. From China. So this is what this virus can do, and we've just go to keep alert. So three potentially unrelated cases maybe they are related, we just don't know yet. What does that say about how much more virus that probably is out there under the writer it obviously means there is more virus out there than we thought even if we know where it came from because reach, these three people were got to. Find out who the spread it to the last few days and really get out there and do a lot of contact tracing a lot of testing and hopefully people will come forward. So the Risto virus is there much. We don't know that's why they're doing sewage testing. You might remember that sewage testing did indicate a problem in south West Sydney the other day and Hawkesbury, but we find any cases in the Hawkesbury catchment. But this does mean there's fire is out there and you cannot relax. It also puts paid to this notion that we're going to go twenty eight days without community transmission before Boras Open Up. That ain't going to happen I. Don't think they ever get to that milestone to think so and so the tolerance of states like Queensland to do this is going to have to be a much higher tolerance than it is at the moment possibly even have to wait till the election so that doesn't become a political issue. So you think we need different thresholds for opening up again. Is that what you're saying? Yes, I mean I think that the key is you're going to get cases popping. Up like this, almost certainly, and the question is how much community spread has there been from name to others and do you know where that's come from and if you get the sense that New South Wales and hopefully Victoria quite soon knows where cases of come from who they spread it to and they're on top of it under on top of it quickly. Then the risks while the states really is pretty low, but it's not nothing. Well, there was some good news out of Victoria overnight where. that. Number of new cases has dropped back down again on these six new cases yesterday, and most of them seem to be clustered around these Chad Ston shopping center outbreak, which we know about. But there's a big group of doctors in Victoria who are against lockdown measures and they put out a open letter sort of saying that the lockdown measures are causing more health homs than they are good because people isolated that young people are being sort of stopped from. Going to school and socializing, and they're actually really low risk and that the risk of carbon to the general population is much lower than the risk of health negative health outcomes because of being isolated long these are serious issues and I'm sure these doctors care a lot about it. Some of them a little bit of overlap with a group of doctors who wrote to I think quarter magazine a few weeks ago stating similar things and it so we. Could problem I mean what do you do if in fact you had done what some people were arguing for, which is the end of September that the premier of Victoria should have really let foot off the brake both things go back to normal for all these reasons as well as for covering the economy. Then the predictions from the Burnet Institute's mathematical modeling was the the return hundreds of cases in a very short space of time I think that's been. Borne out when you've seen outbreaks like the chat stone shopping. Center outbreak and so on. So it doesn't take much for this to fuel up and I think that Victorians do not want to have gone through least Melburnians do not want gone through all this to have stop start going on and still having significant virus spreading. So I think that's the problem is that you've got the fuel for the fire there if you don't lockdown than the fuel can actually. Again and you can get significant numbers of people and the people. The people who are exposed are doctors, nurses, h care workers, even receptionists and others in care facilities. We haven't got that much better at controlling. It is just that we've got a bit better and they're still going to be vulnerable as well as the aged and infirm and I think the we said as a society that's not what we want and on the other side, there's no question that there's going to be mental health problems. Economic problems people are turning up late for the cancer diagnosis turning up. Late when they're acutely ill in the emergency department, all these things are happening. No question. The argument is a good one to make is just the answer is not simple, and if you'd let your food off the break earlier, we would have gone back to a major pandemic in Victoria very quickly as it stands, it's just getting under control and a few weeks from now, it should be much more under control a suspect it's not going to get to zero, but much more under control and the contact tracing testing regime should be able to control it with things like sewage. And testing of things. So don't think that we're too far apart on this but say right now we should be letting things off is probably a mistake and a he would be supported by any more balloons and just on that the number of healthcare workers in Victoria that are getting infected. We've got an update on that. Don't wait about numbers come right down. So things are getting under control. They're getting out of control on partly because community spread is under control. So people are not bringing it in, but really the major spread was within hospitals needs care centers themselves, and that is really is coming under control, which is a good thing. So

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A Conversation with "Blackout Girl"

Let's Talk Addiction & Recovery

08:00 min | 9 months ago

A Conversation with "Blackout Girl"

"Jennifer store is the author of blackout girl. It is a memoir published by Hazel in twenty eleven and it's about to have its second printing. Read the book and You won't doubt the power of addiction in the day to day life of a young woman, the subtle persuasion of alcohol, the pervasive violent consequences, one drink too many and the sheer luck some my call at grace to survive at all Jennifer Storm. Welcome to let's talk. Thank you so much for having me. You know one of the dynamics of our mission at Hazelton Betty Ford is that we published books and we publish your book in twenty eleven it's done. Very very well in fact, it's about to have its second printing. What does that mean to have a second printing of a book? It's such an honor truly to not have the story come out once and reach an audience but for it to have a whole new audience to touch I, it's it's a wonderful experience. It feels more relevant today than actually when I did publish it unfortunately just because of what we're seeing with sexual violence and addiction, it's still dominating headlines. The headlines more than it ever has. So it feels really timely and on the heels of the metoo movement I know there are a lot of people that are suffering in silence and so my goal is to get to those people and we'll come back to that in a couple of minutes. Cisco back into your own. Life. For people who haven't read your book or no the story Tell us a little bit about your introduction to alcohol and what happened as a result. So. I came from a mother and a father who both came from very abusive alcoholic homes and they of found themselves in high school and really vowed to to get away from that and so they married young my father went off to Vietnam my mother he returned my mother started having US Children's I'm one of three I'm the youngest and they did their best to keep us away from all of those family members that were heavily. Addicted at the time, they had their own demons, and of course, their own traumas that they never dealt with and for the most part though they did a really great job trying to raise us I really was only exposed to alcohol when my parents would have it at family gatherings, and then a friend introduced me to alcohol when I was twelve years old and I had my first beer which literally led to ten beers and I drank. The first time I picked up a drink and I write in the book that I it never felt that thirsty before my life and I blacked out that night and subsequently a came to well being raped, and so I had this horrific introduction to alcohol this very addictive introduction alcohol and yet it was the first thing I turned to to deal with the trauma of that incident. When you were sexually assaulted a home. was that your bottom as it related to alcohol it was the start actually. So it's what really propelled me into continuing to drink because. I had all this shame and this guilt in this anger and rage that I didn't know what to do with it and I was young and my parents coming from their own alcoholic abusive homes didn't have the coping mechanisms to deal with their own stuff. Let alone now watching their daughter go through this horrific trauma. So I started drinking you know and this was in the eighties. So alcohol was in everyone's homes. We all had the you know the liquor cabinet, and so it was really easy for me to access What happened to me led to the breakdown really up my. Parents marriage, and so the supervision and our home started to deteriorate my parents divorced by the time I was fifteen and so I was kind of left to my own devices as where my older brothers and drank alcoholic and that gave way to starting to use pills I would do anything to numb the pain I was having and so if it meant alcohol, it meant pills it meant marijuana that led me to LSD, which then quickly led me to cocaine but everything every single time I drank the result was always the same I drank I drank to excess I blacked out. and. So the introduction of cocaine when I was around fifteen sixteen helped kind of. Sober me up. If you will I always say that parentheses it would keep me from blacking out. It would allow me to retain control because when I was putting myself in situations where I was blocking out of course, then I was vulnerable to more violence and more abuse and I didn't want that. So the cocaine and the alcohol then became this really damaging codependent relationship and. And how long did that codependent relationship work before? You had your bottom. So eventually I turned to crack cocaine at age seventeen and I had my bottom at age twenty two and I it was brutal and I attempted to take my life. I didn't have any hope I was completely destitute. I didn't see a way out of my addiction I couldn't go a day without being high and being. Completely out of my mind and that got to a point where it felt so. That I wanted out and I didn't like I said, I didn't have any hope. So tried to kill myself and By. Some measure of grace I am here today and I woke up in hospital bed the next day and I. I had sliced my wrists pretty severely to the extent that of one was bandaged to to hold it together done so much damage and it was a miracle and the doctor looked at me and said, it's a miracle that you're live and I was in a psych ward because that's that's where they. Put you was nine, hundred, Ninety, seven and an intake officer came in and kind of started going through the questions and she looked at me and said you, you're not. You're a drug addict do you want treatment for that? Because you you shouldn't be here? Do you want to go to Rehab and I said, yes, it was the first time I had made the admission that my solution was actually my problem. And then you got treatment, did I went to a traditional twenty eight day treatment facility in Allenwood Pennsylvania by all accounts a great facility I they didn't they weren't trauma informed which that's the term that I would come later to understand and really appreciate but they didn't take into consideration the underlining trauma that I had dealt with. It was solely twelve steps addiction recovery. We're not going to deal with these outside issues right now you're here to get clean and sober and that worked for me my first night and Rehab came to share her experience strength. And hope much like I do now and she had said something that profoundly impacted me and she said that her secrets kept her sick and that has been my mantra since that day in that Rehab and it told me that all this stuff that I was running from all these bad things that had happened to me and these pains and these traumas these were the causation. These were the reasons and I needed to deal with these if I really wanted to be clean and sober for the rest of my life, and so I did that work on my own. The trauma work did yes. which point you decide that you're story. was worth telling. In a memoir. I started writing that night in Rehab writing has always been a source of of empowerment and healing for me. Even after the rape I have a book of poems that that I wrote I would stay up all night i. now know that that's post traumatic stress disorder I couldn't sleep. I had insomnia had irrational fears so I would right and that would calm me and so because I couldn't talk about my trauma in traditional treatment facility I wrote about it. And I kept writing and then I did my fourth step and I kept writing and kept writing and you know I was an avid reader at the time and that's really when memoir was starting to come into play and I wasn't finding my story anywhere and so I thought well, I have a good story. Maybe I'll maybe I'll submit it and I was a big fan of melody babies and so I just happened to twelve of her books. So I happened to look in the book and see well their published by this amazing place called women, and so I reached out to Hazelden and sure enough they were interested and it was it was an incredible

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Boeing 747s still get critical updates via floppy disks

Coronavirus Daily Briefing

02:21 min | 9 months ago

Boeing 747s still get critical updates via floppy disks

"Apparently, the Boeing seven seven still uses floppy disks. This finding comes from a video tour of a British Airways seven, forty, seven by cybersecurity firm pen test partners that was displayed at the hackers conference. DEFCON British Airways recently retired it's seven, forty, seven fleet, which is how the firm was able to get this kind of usually exclusive access. The biggest takeaway from the tour for many however was the three and a half inch floppy drive. As a reminder for the young or forgetful eight three and a half inch floppy disk can only hold about one point, forty four megabytes that's less than one MP three of an average length song. Quoting his moto apparently, the drive is the seven forty sevens novelization database later and needs to be updated every twenty eight days as in some poor engineer has to visit seven, forty, seven, four, hundred and manually deliver updates or the planes wouldn't be able to fly, and it's not just the seven forty sevens per the verge. The majority of Boeing seven thirty sevens are also updated via floppy disks operators of these planes according to a two thousand fourteen aviation today report have binders full of floppy disks for all the avionics that they may need. That includes important information like airport's runways flightpaths and way points used by pilots to make flight plans. It also sounds horribly inefficient as while some systems may only require one floppy disk updates. Others could require as many as eight floppy discs end quote. Now the seven forty seven did debut in nineteen, eighty eight. So being designed originally with a floppy disk drive makes perfect sense, but it is surprising they've never added. Although. It turns out that a number of industries still use floppy disks or have only recently started to phase them out according to digital trends machines like once used for embroidery, some medical equipment, ATM's and. Aviation hardware all frequently still rely on floppy disks because the machinery was built to last for decades and is extremely expensive to replace. In fact, until just last year, the US Department of Defense was using eight inch floppy disks for the nuclear weapons. System.

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ACCC and Google come to blows over new media bargaining laws

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04:25 min | 9 months ago

ACCC and Google come to blows over new media bargaining laws

"So if you logged onto google or any associated Google service in the last couple of days is a pretty good chance. You're saying what registered as I guess a kind of warning sign like an aerosol raid it and it's actually Google telling you that you could expect dramatically worse google searches and Youtube responses if the triple say push something through nephew not familiar the I triple says of. Course the consumer watchdog, and if you look at it with context, it's actually quite confusing. What is under threat? So Reo Bogle, what is it? The Google are concerned about six a few years ago. The say embarked on this journey this investigation looking at the impact that facebook and Google in particular what they call digital platforms the impact they've had on journalism here in Australia, and what's happened is there was sent a basically ask Google and facebook negotiate with media here in Australia some of the Big Publishes News Corp Nine Fairfax All the rest to negotiate and try and come up with a way to share profits I suppose off the benefit the Google. facebook get from the media. Those negotiations didn't really pan out and so now they've been forced into sort of bargaining position and a triple C. wants as well as these companies to share some sort of revenue with news publishes here in Australia they want a few other things so they want for example. Google and Facebook to give media publishes twenty eight days. Notice if they're going to change their sort of algorithms in a way that might affect display news. So you can think about Google news when you search for a new story, the way that it displays on the Google News. Tab Are they also want some other things? It's it's all around. Crying to clawbacks a path, a media publishes and potentially some cash and I think what troubles Google here and probably why they've gone so hard is it would be a world I in a way would set a precedent and so they're really doing a full court press. Harassing you on Google and Youtube in on twitter and all the other places. Trying to stir up its base. To fight. This quite vague still code with quite vague still threats from Google. What good was done is they've said, hey, we want you to be worried like we want you to fight for an they've really like they've put the warning sign. That's already like you know makes you feel a way that said that free services may be at risk they say like your personal data maybe affected all these things that. As, an individual I hit your your emotional buttons but the actual specific date of lacking and that's important because they. worked out yet and the triple say said in their sponsorship, we'll get to in a second. I'm sure. But you know they say this is an ongoing process like we are still waiting to hear from all sides we want and we haven't finalized the code but you know Google has really jumped on this nephews this I guess the fact that it is undecided to. In a sense, you know fee mongers I will we don't know exactly what is yet, but it could be anything anything. It's scary. But in what why would the colored as we currently understand it damage the quality of search results like Connecticut I, actually quantify that with anything like with a practical example have google offered any practical examples. One example that people have raised to me is that you need to be a media publisher of a sense sized to bargain full stop. So I think you need to have a revenue over maybe one hundred, twenty, grand, one, hundred, fifty, grand you need to have news media as your business you need to employ journalists. And the argument that's been made to me is that if some publishes are privileged enough to get saying notice of an algorithm change that they would exploit that knowledge and it would push then publishes to the top over smaller ones and so that that could affect search results. That would prejudice small independent publishes. and. So I can see how that's an issue especially for small publishes but how it affects Google search results. From Google perspective I'm curious about why they think that's such a bad thing why they feel that people would be fearful about that outcome

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NYC nail salons back in business but indoor dining on hold

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 11 months ago

NYC nail salons back in business but indoor dining on hold

"New York's governors hoping state residents can't continue a decline in corona virus cases while many states are struggling to tamp down covert nineteen cases New York continues to keep the numbers down governor Andrew Cuomo our success was a function of our actions you change your action you change your behavior you're going to change the outcome it is that simple but the Democrat understands new Yorkers are getting itchy to get out I understand people are for T. we've been doing this for a hundred twenty eight days I get it but it doesn't change the facts and we have to stay smart and that has led to what Cuomo says is the lowest daily deaths total from the virus nine on Sunday I'm sure the employer

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"twenty eight day" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"twenty eight day" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"This twenty eighth day of April six minutes past the hour and of course everybody asking when will it go back to normal while as governors across the U. S. begin to ease restrictions imposed to stop the spread of covert nineteen hopes are soaring that life as Americans knew it might be returning across the country and ever changing patchwork of loosening state homeowners and business restrictions started to take shape Monday Texas governor Greg Abbott outlining a slow re opening of one of the world's largest economies amid the pandemic he says it will be a slow steady process by executive order to stay at home that was issued last month is set to expire on April the thirtieth all retail stores restaurants movie theaters and malls can reopen may the first I suspect it'll be nineteen during phase one on the advice of doctors I am limiting occupancy to no more than twenty five percent obviously not all businesses can open all at once a more strategic approach is required to ensure that we don't re open only to have to close down again now there are some businesses that want to open it Texans want the doctor's advice we're simply not safe enough to open at this particular time they include barber shops and hair salons bars and gyms in a restaurant in Tennessee Georgia and Alaska's biggest city began opening their doors to dine in customers with new rules such as temperature checks at the door and logging of customer information for possible contact tracing a while governor Mike DeWine for steps toward re opening will require masks for workers and shoppers in Washington state governor Jay Inslee announcing activities like fishing hunting and golfing can resume may fifth but he did say Monday if the state sees an uptick in infections or if the people don't continue to abide by social distancing protocols those activities could be sidelined again this as president trump projects that the current iris deaths in the U. S. could reach seventy thousand body says original projections were much higher as explained why voters should reconsider electing him in November the president was asked during the White House news conference Monday whether an American president deserved to be reelected after losing more Americans in six weeks and died in the entire Vietnam War in pointing to the worst case scenario of two point two million lost if nothing was done to stop the spread of the president said sixty to seventy thousand was obviously too many but he says he's done a good job in comparison to that scenario and he points to a closing down the borders with **** China has one of the reasons for progress on stopping the spread of local that nineteen well if you're not seeing that a look we're all online right I mean every single one of us the we seem to be online twenty four seven asked for his stretches on have you seen as many accidents outside of maybe what you're buying on Amazon or talking about around your phone if you're not seeing as many it's because you are over the past few months there's been a noticeable drop in demand for digital advertising and it calms after more than a decade of explosive growth in that segment of the economy a like many parts of the economy at anyone's guess when the trend will be positive again that could complicate matters for two of the biggest online add getters Facebook and Google both of which I may have to contend for the first time ever with shrinking revenues and as we've seen video conferencing grow went online orders at the United Nations is warning that extremist groups are using the health crisis began a tighter foothold online U. N. secretary general Antonio Guterres warns that extremists are stepping up social media efforts to spread hatred and recruit young people at the terrace of the extremist can drum up extra support these days because people are spending more time online and of course they are feeling disaffected for behind the scenes look at America's first.

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03:41 min | 1 year ago

"twenty eight day" Discussed on KOMO

"Friday twenty eighth day of December frequencies at the editor's desk with Greg Herschel pop and the fact of the democratic presidential candidates are promising to fix healthcare in this country during last night's debate in Los Angeles Bernie Sanders said he'll introduce Medicare for all in the first week if he's elected president Joe Biden says he does not believe Medicare for all is realistic because he says it doesn't give Americans a choice Elizabeth Warren said that her wealth tax will provide full healthcare coverage for one hundred thirty five million Americans president trump was busy tweeting about the Senate impeachment trial during last night's debate trump claimed house Democrats don't want to advance the articles of impeachment to a Senate trial because they're afraid to have intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff testify as it stands now the Senate impeachment trial is on hold until house speaker Nancy Pelosi is convinced the Senate rules will result in a fair trial president drop is facing bi partisan calls to apologise after he appeared to insult the late husband of democratic congresswoman Debbie Dingell ABC's Karen Travers joins us from the White House good morning Karen bring us up to speed on this well this happened at the rally the president had in Michigan on Wednesday night that was of course happening at the same time as the house voting on impeachment of the president was talking about a conversation he had earlier this year with congressman Debbie Dingell who her husband was John Dingell Sir fifty nine years in Congress the longest serving member in U. S. history and he was talking about the conversation they had after Dingell passed away and that his wife was very happy for the president was doing in the condolences and he said she said that John will be looking down and happy and then the president added that maybe he was looking up suggesting John Dingell is in hell the crowd laughed at first and then it quickly changed to it sounded like groans or at least it disapproval of what the president said there were Republicans yesterday saying the president should apologize to Dingle for this comment and Debbie Dingell herself said that the president's remark has made her grieving and mourning right now much more difficult during this holiday season I was in the oval office yesterday with president asked him several times will you apologize to congressman Dingell he did not answer she was not worthy that even one of his staunchest supporters Lindsey Graham made a comment about this yeah again saying that this just wasn't an appropriate comment that John Dingle was somebody who is widely respected by people in both parties savings at Titan of Congress and and Republicans and Democrats were morning when he passed and people like Debbie Dingell two thousand notable there from Michigan he represented the state for nearly sixty years the president makes his comment in Michigan granted in front of his own supporters but still it's it's a tricky thing to do obviously a long ways away from the election but this is a state he won by point three percent may not want to upset people who really likes their congressmen even if they're from the other side of the other party on an evangelical magazine has come out with an editorial today saying the president must goal has he responded he did he responded on Twitter calling it a far left magazine says maybe progressive it's doing poorly and he says he's never going to read it again Christianity Today was founded by the late evangelical leader Billy Graham his son Franklin says that the president that his father would be embarrassed by this piece and that his dad voted for the president's but certainly this is sparking what headlines today to see something from such a prominent evangelical publication with the really tough editorial calling on the president to be removed is the president offer the holiday starting today not yet but heading out to from beach Florida since use me later tonight after he signs that more than seven hundred billion dollar defense spending bill tonight at joint base Andrews and he and the First Lady will be heading to Palm Beach Karen enjoy your weekend there Karen Travers ABC news corresponded with us once again this morning from the White House come on.

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KDWN 720AM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"twenty eight day" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Is the twenty eighth day of October we start with breaking news out of the European Council this morning the European Council president says the block has agreed to grant Britain I knew brags that delay to January thirty first Donald tusk announcing on Twitter that the quote E. U. twenty seven degree that will accept the UK's request for a brexit flex tension and decisions expected to be formalized through a written procedure tasks announcement came as European Union diplomats meta Brussels to sign off on the new delay to Britain's departure from the block now that had originally been slated for October thirty first in just a few days this is the second time the brexit deadlines been changed since the twenty sixteen referendum on Britain's departure from the E. U. they are kicking the can down the road back stateside of California's fifty eight counties forty three were under red flag warnings for high fire danger Sunday meanwhile hundreds of thousands of cinema county residents were ordered to evacuate the face of a massive blaze that many Santa Rosa residents and their pets taking shelter at the cinema county fairgrounds in Santa Rosa was quite a night for us we have over a hundred and eighty thousand people under evacuation right now some of the evacuations that we added yesterday afternoon and through the night included the areas around Sebastopol and west county and I could say that although I've heard some people have expressed concerns that we're evacuating too many people I think those concerns are are not not valid at this point overnight we obviously saw the winds.

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860AM The Answer

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"twenty eight day" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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good after that actually helps the eyes focus and refocus doctor hacked PhD one of the leading researchers after real he says that the product actually helps your I'd be more resilient you see better with that you're right they're healthier I mean who doesn't love those benefits again we're talking with pharmacist and health author sherry Turkle is about our free bottle offer from purity products talking about asked to FX so much ground to cover sherry I'm gonna get back to the skin benefits in this issue of wrinkle reduction not I repeat not as a cream or as a lotion but as a capsule it taken orally this patent also covers this if you say this ingredient is proven to reduce wrinkles and not just by a little we're talking a dramatic amount what's going on with this yeah I know it's it's fascinating a huge benefit people want to look younger I know why do and and I've noticed significant benefits since I started taking it but it's a science here that really shines the whole concept of 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"twenty eight day" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"twenty eight day" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Daily over twenty eight days scored better cycling times with greater output and those who did not take it for the bike path we remember that accident and is one of the few that valuable antioxidants that can actually neutralize free radicals even at the sight of the mitochondrial membrane it's like tell your body armor protecting yourselves your joints blood vessels brain heart and organs on many levels that is impressive on so many levels so much great information there and I know this last of xanthan there's about a dozen patents to I'm looking here I see there's a patent for promoting I health and reducing eye fatigue there's a patent for inhibiting the expression of cytokines in sales and a patent get this on composition for body fat reduction there's one for improving muscle atrophy in older adults Hey sherry I like to be a little bit of a skeptic here how can this one simple nutrient magically do all of this happened is asked FX give us so many benefits I mean really I know it 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KQED Radio

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight day" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The twenty eighth day of Meghan is always to have long everybody. Well, let's see where. Oh where should we begin today? Stocks down a percent or so across the board, the major indices selling off into the clothes, always troubling sign or bonds. Maybe the yield on the benchmark ten year treasury note falling to near two year, low assign sometimes of wilting investor confidence or or housing. Perhaps where we are Blige to note today, that the housing slowdown is officially a year old actually a little bit more than a year. Now given the lag that comes with collecting and analyzing all that data, according to the latest case Schiller, national home price index out today. Home prices were up three point seven percent in March. Yes. Up that is growth. But the twelve th straight month of slower price growth, and that for people. Looking to sell can make the whole process of sitting the asking price even more challenging, because cutting later often does come with a cost marketplace's Amy Scott gets us going. When I first spoke to Nancy mcenery a few months ago she was struggling to sell her four bedroom house in Aberdeen Maryland. She'd listed at three hundred ninety nine thousand dollars in January four months, and to price cuts later. She finally sold it last month for three seventy five it hurt, but I just wanted out of their honestly as the housing market, nationally continues to cool more people are knocking down their asking price according to Zillow in April about fifteen percent of listings had a price cut that's up from twelve percent. A year ago, Sylla's director of economic research, Skylar Olsen says a price cut does bump a house to the top of search results. More buyers might experience. You're listening to that way. But their experience might be negative. You get a bit of the taste of the lemon. In your mouth and the sense of other something about this home. That's not selling. And typically the longer house sits on the market, the lower the final price Taylor, mar is a senior economist with red fin. He says a listing gets more than three times as many views when it's I posted than after a price cut. So it's definitely more advantageous to price your home, right? The first time Lisa Lynne, did what you're supposed to and worked with a local broker who knew the market. She listed her home in suburban Chicago for three hundred eighty nine thousand.

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"twenty eight day" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight day" Discussed on KOMO

"The twenty eighth day of January twenty nine nineteen. I however, we'll go back just a few hours. We'll take you to Los Angeles in this year's Screen Actors Guild awards. Jim Roope joins us now as Marvel's black. Panther takes top prize. Michael the film's star Chadwick bozeman summed up the success of the film with lyrics from the late Aretha Franklin to be young, gifted and black. Compete on younger says the success was a surprise. We could never have actually imagined. The response it received. It was Romney Malik on the actor as the sake trophy is named for best male actor in a motion picture for bohemian rhapsody and says acting is a numbers game. I just woke up every morning, and I stuffed Manila envelopes with my head shot and resume. I sent them to every agent in the city sent them to every casting director for over years and one day. I got a call close who won best female actor in a movie for the wife says, well, she's been at this acting game for a while. I mean, I'm still kind of astounded by on the TV side Tony shalhoub won for best male accurate a comedy series for the marvel dismisses Mazel, Rachel Brosnahan took the female actor honor show won best cast. And she loops says for him. He's given up on predicting success, very often. I really I'm convinced it will work, and I'm always wrong time this time. I wasn't wrong. Jason. Bateman won outstanding male actor in a drama series for Ozarks, Andrew O female actor for killing eve. And this is us took the best drama series cast honor for the second year in a row. One of the more poignant moments came as Alan Alda accepted a life achievement award. It says actors can help hold up a mirror. It's hard job at least in part to get inside a character's head and to search to search search for awake. Does she live from that person's point of view and another person's vision of the world and into late an audience experience? It may never been more urgent to see the world through another person's eyes. When a culture is divided show sharply actors can help at least a little just by doing what we do backstage at the Screen Actors Guild awards, Michael banks Jim Rupe? Reporting from Los Angeles for I light, by the way today is Alan Alda's. Eighty third birthday happy birthday, Mr. Alda. Alright. Sixteen past the hour now on first light is rejoined by meteorologist dean devore with brutal cold hitting the upper midwest her well, it's it's this bitter blast of big cold. It's coming into the northern plains Great Lakes here today. Touching off some snow this morning in Chicago, Detroit will get into it here. A little bit later this morning into the afternoon, generally three or four or five inches of snow in some of those areas and then on its heels Michael some of the coldest air of the season, we expect in some of the coldest Aaron years coming into some of these places. I think the worst of it right over the Great Lakes, but that frigid air is going to spread into places like New York City in Boston later today and into tomorrow. So get ready, folks. Another brutal shot of air in terms of snowfall. We're looking in a.

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KQED Radio

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight day" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Twenty eight days, they moved through different communities from assimilated middle class families to rural Inuit trappers up in Nunavut to urban areas. Rife with the pathologies of blight notably the visitors. Learn about Canada's horrifying one hundred twenty year history of residential schools in which indigenous children were taken from their communities and sometimes actually kidnapped to be transported to boarding schools in order to de Indian them the schools were finally shut down about twenty years ago, but they have left generations of trauma. Rick lightning a residential schools. Survivor now, specializing in first nations awareness schooled the visitors. My brother was residential school. And my SIS. Sister-in-law residential school. They were they died alcoholics whatever happened to them in there. But they affect on their children was unbelievable. My father went to the industrial school in red deer. He told me a story they were working out in the fields. And there was a big hole there. And they're bigger boys are bringing in a wheelbarrow, and they dumped it, and there was all these bodies fell in there. And there was little brother David lightning. Some of the shows white stars take this information hard because among the things they came in not knowing was the nature of the education. They had signed up for we originally thought Canadians with strong opinions a sense of adventure and desire to know more about their own country. We ask them a wide range of questions about different politically, charged issues like hunting and environmentalism and indigenous issues, and then as they got further along to the interview process with our costing team and started to see producers. We started to tell them this show will be focused on indigenous, Canada and indigenous issues and at that point. I mean, I imagine in the. States with these kinds of race relations. It's similar people who feel these things are generally not shy intact and Canada, people might be a little bit more shy. Because we found ourselves like really really polite, and this racism that we experience every day is sort of one of our best kept secrets between the digits people and non indigenous people, but people are surprisingly unafraid to say these things the native Canadians that you're adventurers met along the way we're as a group to social army so thoughtful so calm, so why the problem with saving us? They've.

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"twenty eight day" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight day" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"It is the twenty eighth day of December. And at new this morning. Well, not not new actually the government shutdown it continues. And there is no sign that it will end anytime soon. So it's looking like it will be handed off to a divided government in the new year a house freedom caucus chair. Mark meadows. Recently told CNN that lawmakers on both sides are dug in at some point. You have to understand that part of our immigration problem has to be addressing border security. You're blaming text humor here you did it on Twitter earlier, but the Senate passed a funding Bill money for the wall. But no money for the wall. Dana, and and let me just tell you. I mean, it may be different in New York. But I can tell you the vast majority of Americans believe that a secure border and insecure. Community is something that is important to them and to suggest otherwise, you know, with caravans coming in. I mean, Chuck Schumer had one point six billion dollars in the department of homeland security Bill just recently. And then all of a sudden they went from one point six zero. You know? I don't I don't think it's something that the president should support is certainly not something that house. I don't think it's fair to say that the Democrats aren't proposing anything for for what are they frozen. Dana. You cover the hill. You know, this is not your first rodeo. So what are they proposing? Are they willing to meet halfway I think the president and his team offer two point five two point six billion. Let me just ask you this. While you're on that. I mean, you you are putting pressure just aggravating understands on the White House from the right? Would you be? Okay. Let's just say. In this theoretical conversation. Democrats went for that. Would you be okay? With two point shortly. The vast majority of of Republican members of the conference understand that there may be a compromise between five point seven billion and one point six or wherever then the number may be. But as we're looking at it, whether it's two point five or two point seven, it doesn't matter Chuck Schumer has said, no. And the American people see that as a compromise. I see that as a compromise. And so certainly if that's on the table, he would find a number of Republican members encouraging the president to go ahead and accept it. So it sounds like the one thing both sides agree on when it comes to a border security funding, and the shutdown is it's not ending any time soon. Now both chambers were set to go back to work yesterday. But some lawmakers didn't show up the White House and Senate did not discuss details at democratic congressman Ben Ray Luhan told MSNBC that Democrats are adamant no money will be spent on a. Physical wall. Well, it's it's hard to understand who President Trump is talking to and who is not talking to it seems that his eyes are fixated on Fox News more than anything else. So I'm not certain who the president is reaching out to right now. But look Republicans are in charge of the house. They're in charge of the Senate. They're in charge of the presidency with the executive branch of government Republicans can end this shutdown today, if they were willing to come forward and just accept one of the compromises that Democrats put on the table, including one that passed the Senate unanimously are Democrats talking to Senate Republicans right now to find a way to bring this to a close was come January third. Well, look, the Senate passed a piece of legislation that would have kept the government open unanimously. If only speaker Paul Ryan would have allowed that Bill to come to the floor. The government would not be shut down today. Take control in January and a couple of days early next week. Our demo is democratic leadership right now having discussions with Mitch McConnell and Senate leadership for the Republicans to find a way to pass some sort of continuing resolution and it to the White House. Well, look, I think the path to continuing resolution is already on the table when Democrats are in charge in the Nuba Geordie come January third. We will swiftly pass a contain resolution to keep the government open. I'm certain that. You'll see that it resembles exactly what the Senate passed. The question is is what other aspects could be included similar to disaster relief or other important provision. But nonetheless, the path is there. It's just a matter of law Republicans allow us to vote on it before January third or is it gonna take speaker Nancy Pelosi to put that important Bill on the house floor, and I'm confident that that's exactly one of the first actions that will be taken by speaker Pelosi, President Trump is signal the welcomes the fight as he heads toward his own bid for reelection tweeting, quote, this isn't about the wall. This is only about the dams not letting Donald Trump and Republicans have a win. He added Democrats may be able to block him now. But quote, we have the issue border security twenty two. Both sides digging in Kevin Spacey's attorneys argue a video that an eighteen year old took allegedly showing Spacey fondling the then teenager only shows someone's hands touching. Another person's shirt that video and details of the case were released in court filings this week Spacey's attorney Alan Jackson said the then eighteen year old did not report allegations to police right away and said he was so intoxicated. He may have blacked out shortly after Spacey allegedly groped him. After those charges were announced this week Spacey released that bizarre video in Frank Underwood's voice. Of course, Frank Underwood the former star of the net flicks hit series house of cards. Oh, sure. They may have tried to separate us. But what we have is too strong too powerful men after all we shared, everything you, and I I told you my deepest darkest secrets I showed you exactly what people are. Capable. I shopped you with my honesty, but mostly I challenged you and made you think and.

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KDWN 720AM

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight day" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"On this twenty eighth day of December. Af money this morning and boy, oh boy. Most Asian markets gain today while Japan edged down. It follows Wall Street's rally at the end of a turbulent week stocks yesterday, staging a last minute turnaround putting the market on track and the volatile week with a gain that follow the market's best day in a decade, healthcare and tech banks and industrial accounted for much of the gains, the S and P five hundred rose point nine percent. After being down two point eight percent at midday. The Dow gained one point one percent. The NASDAQ added point four percent the downturn that began in October has intensified this month erasing all of the markets that gains for the year and nudging the S and P five hundred closer to its worst year since the financial crisis of two thousand eight stocks are on track for their worst December. Since nineteen thirty one Democrats say they're willing to provide border security funding, but they want the money spent on technology and surveillance a democratic house minority leader Nancy Pelosi is called President Trump's proposed border wall immoral. Jason Piccolo is a former special agent and supervisor with the department of homeland security, he told a Fox News. He believes a wall will work it'll work now the border as two thousand miles long, and you won't be able to actually wall the whole border, but that will create choke points are points where we could actually apprehend the immigrants coming in. What would work now when I worked on a border the border was simply a strain offense in some areas. Like a strand of wire now you have narcotraffickers coming across the same area. You have economic migrants. It's just it's open the whole border is pretty much open except for you know, few miles here. And there I was on a D H as a human smuggling Sal back in two thousand fifteen and we tracked Huma smuggling quarter is coming up from South America. Now, you do have special interest aliens transiting into South America, and to Brazil and traveling up those same routes that the economic migrants in a narcotraffickers are using. So there anybody can come and go through that border. Audio courtesy of Fox News both sides are dug in Democrats in the White House says, hey, it appears that fight will extend into January when the new congress takes over. US consumer confidence tumbled this month as Americans began to worry that economic growth will moderate next year, but consumer spirits are still high by historic standards. Anyway, the Conference Board says its consumer confidence.

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"twenty eight day" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

13:11 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight day" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"I twenty eight days the most important midterm election in our lifetime. You know, what that means that is four weeks from tonight, you're going to turn on your television. And the results are going to be flying in what result you want. What do you care the most about are you better off than you were two years ago? Are we going to get to all this today? We have also a lot of deep state breaking news. And it's all now fits everything now comes together with new news that is developing today. And I gotta tell you something it is. It's an exciting time in as much as now people seem engaged. The president is out on the road. The president is is literally explaining what is what he's completed in the first two years of his presidency and also giving what I think is an accurate dire. Warning what happens on the other side of this. You know, you think of all the we've been through in three weeks, and what it's done to the country the guilt by association parodied by the mainstream media and all these holier than thou people. I think one of the sickest comments came from co bears writer. Wow. Whatever happens. I'm just glad we ruined judge Kavanagh's life. You got to be pretty doggone sick, ugly twisted and dark to to want to destroy somebody's life as a human being. It's pretty sick. And it pretty much sums up what the left is in America today. You have to understand that there's there's no agenda. They're selling the American people all the thing that I can think they want to go back to what what are they telling us? They want to do when we know they want to impeach the president investigate the president. Endlessly, we know they want to keep ObamaCare. We know they want open borders and get rid of is we know they want their crumbs back. So what are they going to do? That's going to help make our lives better. What are they want? Go back to the era of appeasing dictators and mullah's in Iran and North Korea, and and people all around the world that hate the United States. Yeah. You gotta understand for some people. They they really want this country to be a better place. That's what I want. I mean, all these years. What have we talked about the forgotten man forgotten woman? How desperate things got under Barack Obama, you know, and how we've now been able to turn the corner frankly quicker than I thought we ever would. But you're watching a party that is devoid of any new innovation new ideas that will make the lives of the American people more prosperous that will create more opportunity that will make us more secure everything you get is predictable Democratic Party one. Oh, one smear slander besmirchment bludgeoning, whoever. They don't like and don't agree with. It's nothing new. It is their one and only playbook, and we have chronicled this now for years on this program. But the stakes couldn't be higher four weeks from tonight. I'm you might hear the words Nancy Pelosi will be the next speaker of the house and committee chairman, Maxine Waters and committee, chairman Jerrold Nadler of New York, I've warned you over and over again, they don't have any vision to make your life better. Now, they do want to destroy Trump. They want impeachment open borders ice eliminated heaped their crumbs and ObamaCare short of that. What else do they stand for? So if you've got to start it's important to remember that you know, it's an uphill battle in midterm elections. The party that controls the presidency. Has only gained seats in the house of representatives three times in the last one hundred years, you have also on top of that you've got about forty retirements to deal with which means that the names on the ballot are new and different hopefully, better in some cases. But are you better off today than you were two years ago is a matter America better off today than it was two years ago? Is America stronger than it was two years ago is the economy better off than it was two years ago. Is the president keeping his word is promises to you the American people. Well, we know that on the issue of the tax cuts. Well, he's kept his promise on the issue of ending burdensome regulation. He's kept his promise on building the wall. He hasn't fully been able to do it because that hasn't been fully funded. Kevin McCarthy introduced a Bill today to fully on the wall. But he has spent three point three and a half trillion dollars to fund the wall. We now record unemployment in fourteen states. We now have the lowest unemployment rate in over fifty years. The last time it was this low was nineteen sixty nine when the New York Mets shocked the world and won the World Series. That's how far back that goes. Hispanic american. Unemployment record lowest African American unemployment record low women in the work force record, low record low for Asian Americans. Also record low for veterans who have come back from war. They're getting employed as well to presidents kept his promises on Bill dealing with rogue regimes like Iran and North Korea the sanctions in Iran are now paying off we see the Iranian economy about tank every day, we see the whole issue with little rocket, man. We don't have a rocket being fired almost every other day that seems to be remaining on track. The president hasn't given up anything in regards to that president has opened up Anwar we now have one of the largest oil reserves that was unavailable because of environmental extremism, it's a vast wilderness. And we just let it sit there. And we haven't been able to tap into those resources or building the Dakota pipeline or the he's stone pipeline that's all in the works now to it's not a small deal is it that the president kept his promise and put to originalists on the US supreme court. They've now been confirmed. He gave us the names of people that he would select from an selected from that list promises made promises kept too short years, and we see the benefit to the country and in twenty eight days four weeks from Tamar from tonight, you're going to tune in. And we're going to find out what the results are the good news is is that you have the power here. A lot more power than you even think Nancy Pelosi's picking out, the drapes. Maxine Waters is thinking impeachment Jerrold Nadler wants endless investigation. Nobody's thinking about what they're going to do for you. We the people. What are they gonna do? They gonna now finally come out against ObamaCare. No, they love ObamaCare. They gonna now say, you know, what these tax cuts working, and it's creating jobs. They're not gonna do that. Either. You know, we've learned a lot in the last couple of days, and we're really going to dig down deep do a Hannity investigation in the next hour. You know, while we've been so busy the last three weeks covering the bludgeoning of judge Cavanaugh leading up to his confirmation. There's been a lot of news that we have not been covering one of them is John Solomon, Sarah Carter, Byron York, everybody, Catherine Herridge of all been breaking stories. But you know, we have all the evidence. Now that things were far worse regarding the effort to literally undo an election of the president. I we know just to remind you and bring you backwards a little bit remember Hillary Clinton, the single greatest obstruction of Justice case, slam dunk case in our history. We know that Hillary Clinton obstructed Justice when she deleted subpoenaed emails and then use bleach pit and then busted up devices with hammers were had her age. Do it. That's obstruction. But of course, she had friends in the deep state. They took the case away from the field agents and brought it in house with the upper echelon of the FBI, and that would be Komi in struck in company and Komi instruc- in particular. They wrote the exoneration a Hillary in may of two thousand sixteen long before they ever interviewed Hillary or the main people involved in the whole thing. And then all of a sudden, they interview her Peter Struck one of the interviewers a man that thinks that Hillary should win one hundred million two zero and exonerate Hillary three days later, and then they launched the Russia investigation. An exoneration before an investigation that means the fix was it if the field agents if they were allowed to do their job at never wooded ended up that way because they would have followed the rule of law. They would have they would have kept their pledge of equal application of our laws. Well, now, the new evidence and remember, then all everything goes back to the dossier that Hillary boughten. Paid for. But we now know that last week while we were covering the cavenaugh issue that the FBI general counsel James Baker. Remember, he reported directly to James Komi. Well, he told congressional investigators last week that an attorney remember the company Perkins Kui, that's the company that Hillary's campaign, and she was controlling the DNC money. According to Donna Brazile, well, they will funneling money into Perkins Kuei, which is a law firm. So it would show up on campaign finance reports as a legal cost. It turns out they then would hire fusion GPS research group that then went out and hired a former MIT six agent by the name of Christopher Steele. Christopher Steele uses Russian sources, he himself doesn't even stand by any of his sources, he doesn't believe his own dossier. One push came to shove in an interrogatory in Great Britain. But anyway, this revelation is Baker telling the number to the league council for the. FBI who's now gone twenty-five top representatives of the FBI and the DOJ or either resigned or fired or or step aside? And anyway, stunning revelation that he told congressional investigation Gators that an attorney for Perkins coup law firm gave him the materials again, this is what Hillary paid for about Russian election meddling during the twentieth. Sixteen presidential campaign. That's stunning. In terms of what it reveals since it directly contradicts Justice department and FBI officials sworn testimony. So in other words, they lied under oath and Baker was telling congress last week, the Perkins lawyer, Michael Sussman directly handed documents the him about Russia's attempts at meddling in the two thousand sixteen election. In other words, he was cut out. He was a go-between for Hillary Clinton. And the FBI knew it. The question is why did the FBI knowing this then lie about it? Now that in effect, you know, it's application then for the FIS warrant, which we now know the bulk of information for that was the Clinton bought and paid for dossier that even the guy that put it together doesn't stand by. But anyway, the FIS application was based on Hilary's bought and paid for dossier. But it was all to get warrants to spy on a Trump campaign associate. And by the way, it seems now that it was done at the direction of Donald Trump's opponent, Hillary Clinton from the get go, by the way would be entirely illegal for both the FBI and for Clinton what appears that they've done here. How many times have I said this is a biggest abuse of power scandal in American history. Now, you've got numerous officials at the DOJ and the FBI have told us under oath that nobody at the FBI DOJ knew anything about the Democratic Party being behind all this Clinton dirt house intelligence committee chairman, Devon Nunez. He was on with Maria Bertram Romo. I think on Sunday said well. Now, you have one of the top lawyers for the Democrats and the Clinton campaign feeding information directly to the top lawyer at the FBI. So it appears that the FBI and department of Justice were doing the Clinton campaign's bidding and applying for the Fiso warrant to snoop on Trump campaign communications, and they did. So by getting the FIS a warrant to spy on Carter page, which means that with Hillary's without Hillary's involvement here, there wouldn't have been a FIS the application to spy on the Trump campaign. They wouldn't be fusion GPS or dossier on Trump. We wouldn't be living through a second year of endless Trump Russia investigation with no evidence whatsoever. Because Democrats cynically launched the whole thing to ruin Donald Trump's presidency and set them up for impeachment, and the new story that we have out breaking this morning proves just that now James baker's testify testimony is blockbuster and. I don't see anybody in the mainstream media covering it yet..

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"twenty eight day" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight day" Discussed on KTRH

"Gonna be twenty eight days from election day. I wish it was today. People are so fired up right now. They're fired up betas out on the trail. He's going to college campuses. He's going to cut last night. He was in Houston over white oak at some big concert, and he posted a picture with the crowd. And it looked like he tried to make it look like that crowd had shown up for him. Sheila jackson-lee crashed the stage kind of deal, but he tried to act like the crowd was was there for him. That's fine. None of those people are voting. Thank God Lynne high. Yeah. Have you read the book by drew Brees coming back stronger? I have not need to read it, and you need to give it to you, boys. Because it shows you you can do whatever you want the part that hit me was he begged him to let him throw in. They made him. Wait till he shoulder was healed. He threw the ball. It went five feet. Oh. I mean that's heartbreaking. People's including me, I would quit right there. Those guys he's a cut above even in the NFL ranks. But the pain they play through my doctor, Jim months is the doctor for the Astros rockets in the Texans, and we will get to talking about injuries and things like that. And he describes the pain they play through. And and those those guys are out there every week. The completely healthy player is suffering more pain their suffering pain that would have us. We'll have y'all hospitalized or at least in the bed for a week. And they're just playing like it's nothing their threshold for pain..

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"twenty eight day" Discussed on No Meat Athlete Radio

No Meat Athlete Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight day" Discussed on No Meat Athlete Radio

"And this is when we had him on it was before we really had made the distinction, drought challenge versus small steps. And he's, he said, things like. You know what? We, what we like about our our twenty eight day thing is that it is. It lets you experience the results pretty quickly. Whereas if you approach it with small steps, you don't get results in the first two weeks or three weeks because you're barely changing anything, right? You might be just having changed breakfast or if you're if you're trying to start running. Maybe you're walking around the block and you started to jog for, you know, a quarter mile of that or something. It's very, very slow that small steps method. So it doesn't bring obvious visible results. It brings it brings the result that is invisible, which is kinda that you're, you're rewiring your brain starting to create a natural habit in your head, and that's really, really important, but it doesn't bring these extra result. And I think that's, that's one of the great things about challenges of that. They do give you that and they give you this. They're just more exciting, right? Small steps for all the great stuff that at us, it's really, really boring and it. I mean Xavier willpower. But like let's say you wanted to start running a marathon. Let's see. For me been a runner before I want to get back to it. If I think about just running, I don't know every day for one mile. Or even not that, let's say, let's say something like even smaller smarter first step might be, let's just run a mile three times a week. While that might be the first the best first week I could do. And then the next week I would I would make two miles per times a week. And then the next two that may be would start to become four or five days a week in the be a little bit more while that might be the very smartest. Best thing I can do to get myself back to say a year from now running an ultra marathon. That's kind of really boring, right? I mean, it's just it's just very hard to have that kind of business..

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"twenty eight day" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight day" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"They will kidnap you and they will try and and tickle me ask for ransom and and and then once they get the ransom is still won't give you back. It's it's just the wild, fuck and west. Yeah, my tattoos will serve as advertising there. I, I also have a Dory and front can't even go back there because he has tattoos and stuff, and it just cost too much trouble explaining to me. I was like, oh, shit. I'm afraid to ever tell George about any vacation spots. Oh, the scary ass breakdown. Yeah, it was in his defense. I mean, when I did Europe by myself, it's just traveling alone is dangerous. It's true. It's really underrated because you don't think about it from little stuff like, oh, I have to, you know, you don't have anybody to watch your stuff. So unless he everything in a backpack or you can carry, which I pretty much did like, you know you, you know, I was like even dehydrating myself on travel days. So I, I'd have to like you not use the bathroom or leave my stuff because some bathrooms you barely get in there yourself there. So wired for small people. You know, it's not like over here and and little things have gotten a bunch of fights almost got stabbed and I was just going through Europe. You know what I'm saying about, but you go by yourself, you things happen, man. So anytime someone says they want to travel by themselves almost do maybe not as extreme as George, but I feel Georgia's coming from. It's it's as dangerous special where you go, George win by himself to. It wasn't. It wasn't. It was. It was. I was staying at termi station, which apparently if you know anything about Rome, you don't wanna stay by termi station. It's like fucking, it's. It's like we're the highest crime rates and the stabbings do go down and it was like the wa- zombie movie twenty eight days. Later at night I was walking home. I went to University College party, meet some locals, and but I and I was I know my way home. So I'm walking home and with the hostile, staying at at a key to getting the place and as a walking by the train station, there's just like homeless people like there's there's, there's there's trash cattering the streets and amongst the treasures, homeless people laying down and sleeping. And it was like a movie where you know, maybe I stepped onto twig branch or made it click and all of a sudden one of them woke up like the head pops up, like who is that? And they see me and they start nudging the person next to him and kind of pointing at me. And that guy nudges the guy next to him. And next thing you know, I've got like people following me and I'm like, trying to get away round the corner and it turned the corner. And there's another guy wait and they're around the corner lake. It's a movie and they started talking to me in Italian. And I made the mistake and I an answer the first thing in Italian, and then I realized I don't speak Italian, don't talk to these people, they're, they're, they want your money. So I'm like, I speak English. I'm sorry. They start speaking English and I'm like, crap. So I start walking and they put me the wall and. The. And I forget what he says, what you want, like any kind of motions that the guy that was like three feet behind them is that guy was gonna stab me. So I just punch. It was more like a forum cross face the guy in front of me and push them into his friend, and because my places right around the corner and I just jetted and I got into my place. Okay. But I remember having a look around my corner, Philip six or seven days that I stayed after that in the locals that I was staying with, they were like they wouldn't..

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"twenty eight day" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight day" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Continues on this twenty eight day of may it's memorial day remembering those who sacrificed everything new this morning president donald trump has warned congress that he'll never again sign another one trillion dollar plus government wide spending bill like the one he did in march now as a message to lawmakers in both parties get it together before the next budget lands on my desk after a briefing after a brief government shutdown earlier this year democrats and republicans now agree on the need for budgeting a day to day operations of government the old fashioned way that means weeks of open debate and amendments that empower rank and file lawmakers rather than concentrating power in the hands of a few leaders meeting in secret but the dysfunction on capitol hill pretty pervasive even the most optimistic predictions are only for a handful of the twelve annual spending bills to make it into law by october first and that's the start of the new budget year the rest may get bundled together into a single massive measure again and the worst case scenario a government shutdown a month before election day november sixth as republicans and democrats fight for control of the the house and possibly senate president trump wants more money for his long promised border wall with mexico so far he's been frustrated by limited a success on that front the president saying we need the wall we are going to have it all and again that wall has started we got one point six billion we come up again in september if we don't get the border security we have no choice will close down the country because we need border security so at stake you have funding for daily operations budget deal this year reverse spending cuts military readiness it put a crimp on domestic agencies you have one point three trillion dollar spending bill that swept through congress in march though president trump entertained last minute second thoughts about the measure and promised he would not sign a.

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"twenty eight day" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight day" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"Center in oregon where i thought i was going to go for the twenty eight day deal then who's people do and i ended up living there for one hundred days which is kind of a long time did you feel like you need to stay and because you weren't ready to leave and go back to the real world of what happened was i got there and i started telling people how was actually living in what i was doing for the very first time and the counselors there were like dude like i know you think you're going to spend out of here in a couple of weeks but we really think that you need to stay like you have very vividly recall this one guy saying you have a case of alcoholism that we only see in sixty five year old lifelong drinkers and if you don't get this right you're going to go back out into the world and you're going to die i see all the time and i was able to hear that and i was very aware that my best thinking had me essentially in a mental institution and somebody who was that guy has so much promise you know it was a pretty precipitous fall and i never wanted to have to go back and so i thought i'm going to stay here and i'm gonna make sure that i get this right and that's what i did and then in the wake of that came back to los angeles and my priority was to build the strongest foundation of sobriety that i could and that was my number one thing going to meetings and immersing myself in the community here the recovery community in los angeles and then tried to repair all the wreckage that i had created as related.

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"twenty eight day" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight day" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Treat them with twenty eight days of antibiotics probably as a waste of time gotcha is it if it easy enough to find a physician who would be on board if you brought row brought with in your hand positive tupi help in their offer you know you need to the ideally you need to have a lime literate physician there is an organization and i'm not a member of it but it's a highly regard organization called i lads it's i l a d as they have a website as international lyman associated diseases sitea and you can contact them and ask scream for a referral to a lime literate physician in your area we'll hey you know that it with you find a fan antonio no i'm i'm retired i appreciate the compliment and and i would love to help you i will do everything i can to respond on my emails and to guide you but i have retired and i'm not treating patients although i am tempted and at will and i want you to know susan disney's not being compensated for this is a public service run on the half of dogged abduct alfred mila susan i understand you've got being i really nice person thank you have you betcha and i'll try to check out uh during the next call in and get you a a precise website on i leads oh yeah i'll i'll find it okay let's find out final i love this full service radio shows who will take care of a back realize okay have a good night's his i gotta go next terry in boston terry you're next the night side with dr el familiar militarized ahead okay great thank you for taking my call i i've been diagnosed with my primary out can be a chronic fatigue syndrome i have very severe pain really severe for take i.

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