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"university minnesota" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

09:30 min | 1 year ago

"university minnesota" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Favorite artists. Welcome back to Minnesota Military radio. I'm your host. Timelines We've been talking to Dr Diana Bridges, who is with the university, Minnesota and the Minneapolis V, a health care, and she's working on a lamp study to test the effectiveness of non drug approaches to chronic pain management in military and veteran health. Here. Delivery systems and doctor, could you just, uh, tell us again? The lamp study stands for learning to apply mindfulness to pain. What is the study and in what are you trying to achieve? By studying chronic pain and our veterans in our in our military. Yes. Well, as you know, veterans are disproportionately affected by chronic pain up to 50% of male veterans and up to 78% of female veterans Report teen and we're trying to get away from solely drug approaches. We're testing three. We're testing two different interventions. Ah, mindfulness intervention that you couldn't do on an app over your phone supported by a trained facilitator. And an eight session group where you're learning mindfulness and you're discussing in, agreed your experiences with the trained facilitator and the mindfulness is delivered by an instructor via video. But the great part is it could be delivered by many different people. In BA, we can use people called whole health coaches. You don't have to be super trained on ninth illness, and they could teach these different skills to veterans to manage their pain and their conditions that can't go along with pain like Anxiety. Tucci against four Doctor. We discussed mindfulness in the first segment a little bit, but my understanding is that is about learning how to become more aware of your body thoughts and feelings and by learning that Is the premise that that can help you deal with chronic pain in a fashion that allows you to cut back on some of the opioids and drugs. Well, there's a lot of studies showing that mindfulness based interventions improved pain, A specially people functioning, their ability to function will attain because that teen interference And also a lot of those what we call it. Common disease existed. You know, conditions that go along with teen so it can really help and we're trying to figure out why it worked. There's not as much research about why we just know it works, and one thing we're looking at is this could help Candace help people engage and what we come or death behavior and less now that the behavior so instead of kind of catastrophe, izing and clenching and getting stressed And really tightening up and also maybe retreating and being more socially isolated. We want people to do what we call adaptive behavior, so exercising engaging with other people and having more positive self talk. We're trying to instill knowledge skills and also believed to make people feel like you can do things even with the pain. The doctor for purposes of this study. What type of entry veteran are you looking forward to enroll as a participant? Well, we're trying Tomo enroll veterans of the large scale. So what would you have me identify veterans from the left chronic health record based on whether they have a couple of crap, painful chronic pain conditions, I think, 18 months apart. And then, um, pretty and one of the sites and then we send people postcard in the mail, and then we let them know that we're going to be something of an email. So at this point, if you're especially if you're a woman at the Minneapolis seeing probably will get a postcard inviting you to go online and see if you qualify through some other questions, and if they're male veteran was sending it to a lot of people. Watch for the postcard. Right now. We're not recruiting people based on them coming to us, But we hope if this is successful, then we could roll it out to more people and anybody could participate. So, doctor. If if you're chosen to Tombo part of the survey, they start out by taking some surveys. How does this work? Yeah, you start out and you first do an online screener to make sure you have the phone. You'd be able to participate in eight months on this sessions and another session to help you get oriented toward zoom. And then if you call it then you take a baseline survey to measure your pain. And these other conditions that baseline Then we randomized you if you qualify, and then give you a call to see what we call you. We randomized you on the phone and You will be placed in one of three conditions either usual care, which means we'll get the interrogation into intervention in the end you your phone, but you'll just do care of usual. The mobile condition. Where do the whole intervention your phone and you have three calls with the facilitator and then the group condition where you participate in basically nine groups with other veterans. Yes, you were speaking with Diana Burgess, A Ph. D professor of department, Medicine University, Minnesota and With the Minneapolis V, a health care system on Minnesota military radio. The doctor wants their Children. They go through a study. You talked about those three groups and indicated they'd be placed in one of three groups. That first group once again was group mindfulness is that I understand that's a nine week nine weekly 90 minute interactive sessions. And is that online? What do you What do you talk about in those sessions? So this great was very structured. We have a facilitator to start that by welcoming somebody and welcoming everybody, and then they always start out with the loose. Um Discussion, and they do work The reflections. There's a lot of practice, so there's always a video about the topic of the week. It might be, um, I'm looking at our manual and it might be managing You go. Managing your pain through what? You save yourself. And then we have practice. We have group discussion and O s 01 week is the mind body connection, And then there's um Stinky back and also interaction. Sorry. I sorry, Dr Hwang. Thank you. And the second group is mobile Mindful Mission That's eight weekly 30 to 60 minute sessions. You tell us about that old man? Yes. So, So the mobile session, you do the same stuff, except you don't have to group experience. So you will watch educational videos on your phone. You will practice mindfulness using guided meditations, And then you will do something called mindful movement. This is the same stuff you do when you're in the group. Except you don't have that group and directed component. You also everybody gets a workbook where they do reflection exercises. And if you're in the act Group, the mobile group, you'll be talking to a trained facilitator in the beginning the middle of the end, just tow. Learn about the program and somebody answer your questions and kind of orient you When Dr the third group is normal activity of nine weeks, so they get some instructions on what to do and how to be aware of mindfulness. No, so that it's just usual. You got that your usual business and all brick. You fill out a survey in the beginning at 10 weeks, six months, 12 months And then after 12 months, the people in the usual care group can get access to the AP and the workbook so they will be able to have access to the program. After it's all over and that usual character This has died so we could systematically see whether the other programs our secure e er to doing nothing different than what you normally do. And doctor. What do you hope this project will lead to I would really like veterans to have an additional tool to manage your pain and another tool in their tool kit. And doctor. You told us earlier that that you're trying to connect with women Veterans men veterans. We should watch for a postcard in the mail. And if you're suffering from chronic pain Respond was put to the postcard and get into the study and let's see what we can learn. Yes, exactly. Doctor has been fascinating talking to today. I hope your opener study goes well and we'll look forward to a follow up to hear how the study is gone when you're on the other end of it and what you've learned on how to help our veterans and I'd like to thank you for joining us today. Thank you so much for inviting me. That was Diana Burgess, the doctor with the university, Minnesota in the Minneapolis V, a health care center on Minnesota. Military radio. Please stay with us. When we come back. We're going to meet one of our newest yellow ribbon networks..

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"university minnesota" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"university minnesota" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"By the Corona virus pandemic. Some have shut their campuses down completely. Schools that played big time sports have gone to remarkable lengths to save their football and basketball seasons. Some colleges are testing every player and coach for the virus every day, and even that hasn't stopped outbreaks. Many games have had to be canceled or rescheduled. It's still they press on. They do it, of course to keep the TV money coming in from football and basketball. But at the same time, dozens of universities have been eliminating smaller secondary sports. Like gymnastics and tennis and swimming. Those sports are getting the ax because they don't generate much revenue. But the dreams of the athletes are no less real. It was kind of Ah, surgical strike If you will, you know a 15 minute call T o Tell him your life, as you know, it is now changed forever. Mike Burns is the men's gymnastics coach at the University of Minnesota on September 10th. He and the 18 student athletes on his team or about to start practice. When their phones all began to buzz. We had a Text message at about 1:20 P.m. and said, Do you need to be on a zoom call it two PM I hope you guys understand. On that call Minnesota athletic director Mark Choirs told them that the men's gymnastics program would be eliminated along with men's tennis and men's track and field. Again. These are not easy decisions. Coyle said The Cupid pandemic had blown a multi million dollar hole in the university's athletic budget. He said They were cutting salaries and costs wherever possible, but that cutting entire sports was necessary to I do not regret coming to university, Minnesota one bet I'm still mad. Senior Shane Whiskers is the star Jim NIST on Minnesota's team, which two years ago finished second overall at the NCH championships. I just I think the team that we have right now is arguably one of the most talented teams we've ever had. So to see that a lot of these guys we're gonna have to be done with the sport. It breaks my heart. Yeah, I mean, just looking at it from the outside. It almost seems like You're on that high bar, And when.

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"university minnesota" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"university minnesota" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"That air hardy to zone free and bloom earlier is John was talking about so you actually have flowers before the snowfall, and they don't need any special winner attention, which is my kind of plant so University of Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, Our university Minnesota plant introductions and there's lots of info on their website with the different varieties they've introduced, including Mammoth mom, which used to be called my favorite mom than it was named Maxie, Mom, and now it's Mamma's mom. Alright, why maximums? That's a great name. Isn't it? A great name? So I don't know what the whole history of the trade marking that happened. And it was hard to find him until recently, But yeah, maximum was. I think the perfect name so You know for those that need a earlier blooming hardy plant. Check that out in Minnesota. For those that are planting a month. When would they plant them there? You know if you even if you do regular party Mom says they're sold in the garden centers if you could plant them in the spring and more and more, um, garden centers air carrying small transplant so you could plant him in the spring. They put their roots down over summer, they flower for you to fall on their more established. Often though, we find our moms in the fall, Waiter, But say Wow, mums in the spring in a garden center that would shock me because, Yeah, usually you're seeing him. Not until the fall and partly, is just you want to get him established? But they still sell all the moms and full bloom And we all by him, and we plant him and hope for the best, And I always tell gardeners if they make it through the winter, you say I'm a great gardener. And if they die, you just say I grew, Mr Daniel, and that was the plan. I like. I like that. Excuse I like that one way. So, Melinda, Um, we are going to be chatting with you about fertilizing trees going into the winter, right, right. So one of the things that, um trees and shrubs really need minimal fertilization compared to film any other plants And, um, I'm a certified arborist. I don't climb. I do diagnosis. But in there the international society barb or culture funds, a lot of research and Nothing they found is instead of fertilizing on a calendar bases. Just like any plant. They call it prescription fertilization. So if you're working with an arbor that might be a term to throw out just to see if they know what you're talking about. And it's like any plant. You know, A soil test will tell you what nutrients are in the soil condition of your plants. You know, Do they need a nutrient booth? You know? Are they healthy enough and then timing is important, You know, in areas like mine where the trees are going dormant. This is a great time to fertilize, you know, in the fall late fall before the ground freezes, But there's a lot of root development going on fertilizing and fall or spring before growth begins. You maximize the benefit. It doesn't mean you can't fertilize other times. For those of you in cold climates. Avoid late season, you know, late summer into early fall, Wait till they're dormant info fertilizing if they needed on one thing to think about trees those roots ago 2 to 5 times the height of the tree away from the trunk. So think of all that area where those roots are picking up nutrients from your lawn fertilizer from other annual beds you fertilized from maybe your leaves, you chop up and leave on the line from the organic mulch around your plants..

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"university minnesota" Discussed on The Schmidt List

The Schmidt List

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"university minnesota" Discussed on The Schmidt List

"Building engaged teams. And now here's your host Kurt Schmidt. How you doing today? How's how's the how's the world over there? My world is good down here. We've got some homeschoolers today happens to be an in school day. So they are not in the house. Okay helpful for this. This is talking right now, but things are good. I'm here in Minnesota like you. Yep. Yeah beautiful day at school. So Jeff tell me about how you ended up in technology. Did you did you dream of as a kid wage working in technology and and and it we're excited to where you would think not not exactly, you know, I started out with a business degree from the University of Minnesota dead. And really was interested in healthcare worked at the U of M Hospital during the time that I worked there. It was bought by Fairview University in one of the big things Fairview did there by Fairview became a university was implemented electronic medical records and I got to be part of the team learning about new medical records and then teaching some of the nursing staff on how to use them. And so that was probably one of my first introductions to technology and Healthcare technology. And then when I graduated from the U had a marketing degree didn't end up getting in a school imagine that a marketing degree not not a good precursor for med school, but he's like a natural transition. Yeah, right, maybe for some smarter people wage made but got into it training through a company called New Horizons Computer Learning Centers, and we did a lot of computer training on lots of different software applications, but Microsoft Office and and networking and development stuff got really really excited about it and then stopped working started taking classes and I got certified in Microsoft and Cisco and CompTIA more on the hardware side. Yeah and networking and then went and spent twenty years in higher education working for a group of schools Globe University Minnesota School of Business broader University teaching IT classes and working with the it home.

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"university minnesota" Discussed on The Schmidt List

The Schmidt List

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"university minnesota" Discussed on The Schmidt List

"Building engaged teams. And now here's your host Kurt Schmidt. How you doing today? How's how's the how's the world over there? My world is good down here. We've got some homeschoolers today happens to be an in school day. So they are not in the house. Okay helpful for this. This is talking right now, but things are good. I'm here in Minnesota like you. Yep. Yeah beautiful day at school. So Jeff tell me about how you ended up in technology. Did you did you dream of as a kid wage working in technology and and and it we're excited to where you would think not not exactly, you know, I started out with a business degree from the University of Minnesota dead. And really was interested in healthcare worked at the U of M Hospital during the time that I worked there. It was bought by Fairview University in one of the big things Fairview did there by Fairview became a university was implemented electronic medical records and I got to be part of the team learning about new medical records and then teaching some of the nursing staff on how to use them. And so that was probably one of my first introductions to technology and Healthcare technology. And then when I graduated from the U had a marketing degree didn't end up getting in a school imagine that a marketing degree not not a good precursor for med school, but he's like a natural transition. Yeah, right, maybe for some smarter people wage made but got into it training through a company called New Horizons Computer Learning Centers, and we did a lot of computer training on lots of different software applications, but Microsoft Office and and networking and development stuff got really really excited about it and then stopped working started taking classes and I got certified in Microsoft and Cisco and CompTIA more on the hardware side. Yeah and networking and then went and spent twenty years in higher education working for a group of schools Globe University Minnesota School of Business broader University teaching IT classes and working with the it home.

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"university minnesota" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"university minnesota" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Plan. Morgan ST Paul has never started body. I think it's the most expensive way start pp to buy a very high end buildings, and state Senator Michelle Benson, who chairs the Senate Health Committee. I'm certain the state has other buildings. Yeah, There's a bunch of empty classrooms around the state right now that are being used to store some pee pee in there. One of the bodies. No, No, no, Petey. Okay, You know the university. Minnesota's got a lot of empty buildings have a lot of empty classrooms going on right now. Take all take every one of those empty classrooms and store your pee pee in a bit in and sell this building to somebody that has some good news, the time recoup a little bit of that money At the time of the purchase, Minnesota officials did plan to spend 1.4. Million to retrofit and operate the building as a morgue on Ly 134,000 has been spent so far. That's not much so countries just rewire the electricity. Did they did they fix parking lights on the loading dock? Okay, prepared bathroom fixtures were approved this bathroom fixtures for other dead people remove some of the evolving focus on so that people don't like we've got sure, outdated and outdated thinking. Cabinetry. The state doesn't have any additional construction work in the pipeline photos No s because you're not gonna be using it for anything. Photos show hundreds of brown boxes in large stories, rooms with plenty of floor space available. The boxes Stork, which turned into a haunted house. Yeah, it's coming up was supposed to be a mortgage. Perfect. So you go to get a great idea. State officials said that they could not find a building to lease because no property owner was interested in having their facility used for that purpose. While said this month defending the purchase, say he would make it again in a moment every time because you suck at your job he loves doubling down on this stupid really doesn't do it again. That's harder. If I can't buy to get smote his upper on that is a stupid damn it own it. Then the double down on it do to get by every building and turn it into a morgue. He was talking to NPR. Right, He said It was the right decision. In a September 10th interview with the Minnesota boring radio, he said, I'm hoping that building never sees any is someone in it. And if they want to complain to me about that. That is a far better situation. That's the angle. You're going to take that having people stepped into U Hauls Aiken guarantee you that so now criticizing the purchase of this morgue with taxpayer money that was absolutely unnecessary. He's going to spin that into what are you rooting for people to die? Thes e. What do you want? You want the building filled with bodies? Is that what you want? But this is better. You should have bought it in the first place you jack hole. This this lie that this is a far better situation than having people stacked in U hauls there. There's no people. For you to hold. So there's no there's no U hauls or people for youto Hall or just check your an idiot. One ofyou. Hall called him was like, Hey, leave us out of your mouth. Seriously, don't talk about us in terms of stacking bodies. This is a bar, not what we do. You all does not stack bodies. In their trailers. This's way we were never even coming were here. It was back up a second. We were never even close. To needing this building. Right? So he and an end and back up further. This was what $5.5 million Purchased with federal grant money. You mean to tell me That you couldn't have taken that 5.5 million to help people that I don't know. Have Cove. It? You couldn't have taken that money and actually gone to help people. No. Instead, you squandered it. You wasted it. You threw it away to basically purchase a super expensive storage facility for PP equipment that we also don't need direct. Oh, but he would be, but he'd make the same decision every single time. He's proud of it. But he followed that up with because I'm just that stupid. Did you say that CASS is news That's going to be. Is this what you want? Yes. That would have been his candidate and his campaign slogan when the winning run is covered in symbols. I'm just that stoop instead of one Minnesota just one idiot. Yeah, I'm just Yeah. You vote for me because I'm just that stupid. Actually, it's going to be a vote vote walls because you're just that stupid thing. There's that. Yeah, we'll see how that plays out. We're gonna continue. Talking about stupid and walls because there was a vigil last night, right? A lot of people showed up, which is really interesting because he told Biden and Trump to limit their events to 250 people. But apparently he does it need to adhere to his own rules. Justice.

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"university minnesota" Discussed on Run It Again

Run It Again

08:00 min | 2 years ago

"university minnesota" Discussed on Run It Again

"Look at the pro athlete. In the pro athlete can be vocal on a different level. He he's he's earned that right number one and it's just a different game. It's it's a different game from a marketing standpoint nowadays with social media, everyone is their own marketing company. So I think they look at that and they think well, yeah, we can do that same thing and I. And while I'm not in favor of any thing that's going on inside a program. That's not right. I just don't. Know that This is the right way to go about it. A boycott I. I've never. I've never I've never understood that I've never heard of that at that level. That's what can you imagine? Listen, I'll just throwing a an example out there. Can you imagine the the Ohio. State football team or the Michigan football team. Walking into the meeting room and tell them woody Hayes or Boche and Becker were boycotting. Know. If, he'd have seventy five new guys in there within the next twenty, four hours I'm sure you know the culture in the West is different than the Midwest and East Coast I coached in the big ten and going from the California back to Minnesota and Coaching University Minnesota and seeing the difference in players physically and emotionally just how different the approach was how port football was and we weren't very good but we were staying was always filled and Football. So important and they love football and somewhere somewhere in this whole statement nothing was ever said about football. You know the game itself and the whole thing has gotten out of control to some extent. I understand I understand they're they're sensitive to the Cova checks and the you know making sure that they're safe. I get all that I. I understand that when you start talking about being exploited physically economically academically really are you serious? They're trying to graduate you in my experience with college reserve they fight you half the time to graduate they won't go to class. You know and these guys now are saying the how you been exploited really yet to get a job in a row world sometime kid and they come and talk about that. Just it angers me to no end. Well. Okay. So the topic of our later will college athletes be paid. And I'm talking a above what they normally get now to get a stipend. That's fair. If you're living off campus, you know you're going to get that. You're going to get per diem for travel for meals. That's the standard stuff but you know what I'm talking about I'm talking about. A basically a check. Because the the NCAA is already approved for next year. The right for amateur athletes at this level to of be fully endorsed and make endorsement. as long as it doesn't directly involve the school's logo in name, but they can now make money off of being college athletes. So there's a there's a bit of friction point here my. WELP. Comes out to me. It's very simple. You're going to school to make money you're going to school get an education. you wretched left to make money and very angered because. The schools are building bigger with the money that they supposedly gift from the students in in in terms of gate receipts in the bowls in the playoffs that said. That they're building and added University of which may be the case, but they knew that when they send a scholarship to so I miss part of an amateur. Can they give them more money? Sure but you know they are so far from the real world and what regular students have to go through right now it's ridiculous and really what Y'all do with the education and just make a minor league for these kids. There you go that you just hit it on the head and that's where I think this thing is going to. There's clearly there's clearly for the school the school that can say, Oh, it's education I in its football second stop? No, it's not. The fact that those college campuses right now most of them. Will Not have athletes or a students on campus studying but yet your players are on campus playing football that tells you where the money is being made in what's most important from a financial standpoint from the sports and how it relates to the school Oh, no question but likewise I, think academically, there's people. Going to school for lab stuff that they can't do at home you can't do this. said that right? Obviously. Yeah. So there's academics you know there's labs whether it's a engineering lab or biology lab or whatever that they have to be at you can't get around those things so There just isn't an argument to me. where? You can make these kids have got to make a lot of money in the fact that somebody's going to make some money off of their likeness without the school's logo and all that how you can count on one hand how many football players that's going to happen to probably in the PAC twelve, they're recognizable that. You know is different in basketball. You know that's totally different in basketball, but there's how many how many athletes are there they're gonNA actually make money off of that. So these students are fighting for. a stipend or their right to. Sell their likeness or whatever, and be recognizable it probably less than one percent of all college players are going to have that opportunity doesn't make sense to me to be worried about it. So, let me run this back and you just mentioned something once again that triggered this thought. Is. There a difference in the virus. The the medical makeup, the scientific makeup of the virus on on the East Coast. And on the West Coast. What what is it? That's making the ACC the SEC the big ten. Why why are they? It looks like it's just full speed ahead Let's go play football. Down in the south. Let's go play football. Now, the West Coast, you're talking boycott. What's the difference? Am I, missing something here now you're right. It's about the game football they love football honor they love football mid West into the football on the West Coast I. Think they did but. this this tap stuff like I said early when we start talking about this, Ron has gotten away from the game itself and while you're there and which are there to do go to school and play the game. they understand that in the Midwest and SCC and etcetera. So I, don't know it somebody is got to move Mogollon here has gathered some steam like you. You know you've referred to. So there's I'd be curious how many student athletes. So in the PAC, twelve really buy into this. Yeah. Yeah. Because and I understand. Okay. So. I've been told that well, the chances of getting it in California because of the infection rates are greater than they are in parts of the south minus Florida because they had a blow up last month. But in general the the chances, the percentages that you're going to get it back east aren't the same as out here. Okay. Got that part however once you get it 'cause you can get it anytime anyplace anywhere whether the chances are ninety, nine percent or one percent. Once you have it. Do they feel like it's a different virus do they feel like well? We can weaken beat the viruses or something medically Cohen on it's different or is it just like what you say maybe maybe one side of.

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"university minnesota" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"university minnesota" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"And there's a great hospital at university Minnesota government group and and it at Sanford health in South Dakota are actively involved in doing clinical trials in this as well doing a huge study and Christy known state in South Dakota right yeah she's telethon all right Dr oz will take your calls for the hour I want to remind you so are friends of building homes for heroes these guys are amazing so all these brave men and women that have served us protect our liberty our freedom our way of life but have these debilitating injuries they're amazing people and they customize homes brand new homes or they remodel homes to meet the specific challenges for the specific injuries of our vets they have a goal of building forty more homes this year and a milestone they want to reach of their five hundredth home gifted by twenty twenty five is their incredible but they've now kind of shifted gears because all these military families with injured personnel debilitating injuries they need money they've got literally now I think it's close to ten thousand applicants and they given five hundred dollars per family to those are severely injured vets and their families that that need the money as a bridge to get by if you can help out building homes for heroes every penny goes towards the charity there are there are no fees at all and the portholes of runs it is never taken a penny in nearly seventeen years this go to building homes for heroes dot org that money will go directly to these vets that are injured and their families that they desperately need this money now building homes for heroes dot org a quick break Dr Alex oz takes your calls next.

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"university minnesota" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"university minnesota" Discussed on KTRH

"And there's a great hospital at university Minnesota government group and and it at Sanford health in South Dakota are actively involved in doing clinical trials in this as well doing a huge study and Kristi Noem state in South Dakota right arm she's telethon all right Dr oz will take your calls for the hour I want to remind you so are friends of building homes for heroes these guys are amazing so all these brave men and women that have served us protect our liberty our freedom our way of life but have these debilitating injuries on their amazing people and they customize homes brand new homes or they remodel homes to meet the specific challenges for the specific injuries of our vets they have a goal of building forty more homes this year and a milestone they want to reach of their five hundred home gifted by twenty twenty five and they're incredible but they've now kind of shifted gears because all these military families with injured personnel debilitating injuries they need money they've got literally now I think it's close to ten thousand applicants and they given five hundred dollars per family to those of us severely injured vets and their families that that need the money as a bridge to get by if you can help out building homes for heroes every penny goes towards the charity there are there are no fees at all and the boreholes runs it is never taken a penny in nearly seventeen years this go to building homes for heroes dot org that money will go directly to these vets that are injured and their families that they desperately need this money now building homes for heroes dot org a quick break Dr Alex oz takes your calls next for all the latest on corona virus an election twenty twenty here on the Sean Hannity show.

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"university minnesota" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"university minnesota" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"People who are already on aggressive or couldn't get hold of nineteen a lot last it's a clue that it might be a preventive strategy we might want to use and there's a great hospital at university Minnesota government group and and it at the Sanford health in South Dakota are actively involved in doing clinical trials in this as well doing a Houstonian Christine known state in South Dakota right now she's telethon all right Dr oz will take your calls for the hour I want to remind you so are friends of building homes for heroes these guys are amazing so all these brave men and women that have served us protect our liberty our freedom our way of life but have these debilitating injuries they're amazing people and they customized homes brand new homes or they remodel homes to meet the specific challenges for the specific injuries of our vets they have a goal of building forty more homes this year and a milestone they wanna reach of their five hundred home gifted by twenty twenty five and they're incredible but they've now kind of shifted gears because all these military families with injured personnel debilitating injuries they need money they've got literally now I think it's close to ten thousand applicants and they given five hundred dollars per family to those severely injured vets and their families that that need the money as a bridge to get by if you can help out building homes for heroes every penny goes towards the charity there are there are no fees at all and the boreholes runs it is never taken a penny in nearly seventeen years is going to building homes for heroes dot org that money will go directly to these vets that are injured and their families that they desperately need this money now building homes for heroes dot org a quick break Dr Alex.

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"university minnesota" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"university minnesota" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"And there's a great hospital at university Minnesota government group and and it at the Sanford health in South Dakota are actively involved in doing clinical trials in this as well doing a huge study and Christy known state in South Dakota right yeah she's telethon all right Dr oz will take your calls for the hour I want to remind you so are friends of building homes for heroes these guys are amazing so all these brave men and women that have served us protect our liberty our freedom our way of life but have these debilitating injuries on their amazing people and they customized homes brand new homes or they remodel homes to meet the specific challenges for the specific injuries of our vets they have a goal of building forty more homes this year and a milestone they want to reach of their five hundred home gifted by twenty twenty five and they're incredible but they've now kind of shifted gears because all these military families with injured personnel debilitating injuries they need money they've got literally now I think it's close to ten thousand applicants and they given five hundred dollars per family to those severely injured vets and their families that that need the money as a bridge to get by if you can help out building homes for heroes every penny goes towards the charity there are there are no fees at all and the full holes or runs it is never taken a penny in nearly seventeen years his goal of building homes for heroes dot org that money will go directly to these vets that are injured and their families that they desperately need this money now building homes for heroes dot org a quick break Dr Ali oz takes your calls next.

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"university minnesota" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"university minnesota" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Point five it is Trevor yeah music movies television New Jersey New Jersey one a one point five tonight we are playing for tickets for Rutgers basketball versus stone coming to them and then university Minnesota at the rack Sunday January nineteenth it's a one o'clock game to get to take three of your friends let's go to this user let's go to Billy and Pittman under Jersey what all my five Hey Billy Hey Steve I haven't been good how bout you it's been a long time it's been a long time our online I'm down like or fat women in a geo what all right you were saying so what's your category know what to DO is anymore G. my my friend John cancel used to do joke about the geo he had a blue geo metro and it was so small there were you would park it he would come and find people put mail it that's right don't forget about the prism I was even smaller remember you never the you go yeah I don't go in a year ago I like that the Yugo you could actually keep in a trunk of another car there was a there was a dealership in Philadelphia I know they're still around anymore tam kan where they were advertising if you buy the Toyota they were throwing a you go and people were saying we'll take the Toyota we don't want to you as we pay hi what's your category let's go to New Jersey New Jersey Aaron Aaron around there right and getting lost I see it hi New Jersey which of the following famous people does not have a bridge name for them the spans the Delaware River from New Jersey in the Philadelphia William Penn Betsy Ross Ben Franklin Walt Whitman we blame pan yeah.

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"university minnesota" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:49 min | 3 years ago

"university minnesota" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"For my brother Brian while he's on his medical leave good morning glad you're here it's eight forty three I don't know if you saw this weekend Katie but Bernie Sanders and Rasheeda to leave were in Detroit and they were doing a little campaign stop in there doing it at the grocery store and for some reason they decided that they didn't want to have products behind them because they look like they're endorse them so they completely cleared the shelves so here they were talking about how great their system you know how great the United States is going to be when they're in power standing in front of empty store shines I I do not understand who went yeah good do you know what brought this will be great optics yes this you know what if I could picture a backdrop for this it's empty shelves you know maybe somebody on the right having a great time Mike you wonder that for that there's an infiltrator but you know what as somebody who worked at trader Joe's I can tell you how easy it is to just reverse the front it's called the front face of the the shelf the general any you just turn around at least install products on the shelf might be labeled but it's better than bearing shelves looking like it just looking like their store just got looted in the middle of the apocalypse or look like you're in Venezuela yeah there you go well I guess you can see how much things are on the shelves behind me why then and now they're all lining up with Bernie Sanders Ilan Omar was at a speech in Minnesota's Williams arena university Minnesota Williams arena and they actually had to move the events because there were so many people they say were involved or should I say there were so many people they bust in for this event they were going to be at the Northrup auditorium which holds about three thousand people they moved it to the Williams arena and yeah great move but the problem is as you look at pictures of this rally the entire second Jack and third decker completely empty and it's just people on the floor so it didn't come anywhere close to being capacity crowd of this thing what's more important is the fact what's ill hot Maher said she endorsed Sanders accusing the US of genocide and she said I am beyond honored and excited for a president who will fight against western imperialism and fight for a just world I am excited for president Bernie Sanders which were like huh Ranson imperialism you talking about apparently I guess you know she's worried about us F. ending China all all over right sorry that I went to China is on track and unchecked aggression yeah that that was it got bumped down on my priority lists are own my family now this story's find finally justice in the NFL Cleveland Browns played the Broncos yesterday and there's a safety the place for the juror for the clean brown's by the name of Jermaine Whitehead right after the game a couple of people including one sports reporter made a comment about how he played which wasn't very good and comment from the reporter was a kid you basically tackle at some points and this guy went off this Jermaine Whitehead the safety for the Cleveland Browns went off on this guy and within fifteen minutes Jermaine Whitehead his Twitter account was suspended because he was making physical threats against people amazing how fast they suspended his Twitter account ID cnet yeah and it's amazing how fast the Cleveland Browns cut him this morning yes he's no longer in the NFL what just you know you want to talk about blowing an opportunity my gosh what is this yeah I mean this is I mean you know what the way the NFL is now they're not looking for anybody who's going to be a problem they're trying to avoid problems they don't want the headline those yeah because they've seen it too much and it takes away so much from the team well and and I mean just look at look at the NFL in general let's look at the entire league look at how many fans they've alienated yeah you know just based off of you know a Capper neck and whatever he's you know whatever his look stupid gonzo agenda is and then you know you have all these people that are are completely alienated from the team that they love so they're losing viewership tickets beer sales yeah you name it they're losing yeah absolutely another one that kinda lost it so to speak you know maybe it worked in high school at McDonald's and you know it's kind of fun you had a good crew lot of fun people on their guys you guys and girls went to school with you can always thought that girl who did the French fries is kind of cute so you always wanted to ask around well it's a bad idea to do that in the C. E. O. of McDonald's found that out the hard way he has been terminated from the company been thrown off the board of directors for having a improper but consensual relationship with an employee isn't isn't this the day that the first day of CEO school don't they teach you this well I mean the first name C. E. O. school and you're not just a CEO you are the CEO of the biggest fast food chain in the world like you should be teaching the C. E. O. class yeah no your basically being a shoot out of your own position because you can't yeah black of a better term keep it in your pants and even though it in his pants even though it was a consensual relationship yeah you still can't do that okay your CEO of a company yes I know you help ways the workers pay I know you double the company's profits but I'm sorry you can't do that now now that that's off the table calmly isn't state do you just keep your hands to yourself but we've all been taught that since we were little just when I was in I was caught in high school one of my bosses said it best you don't get your honey where you get your money okay it's just a good rule to have that as a way more purer version that I was gonna go cleaning my mind rhymes with with hit and eat so wow while Brad made a way to express my well that will cool you know there's there's different ways to say it everybody's going through their own version of it in their heart right now speaking of Lafayette a.

"university minnesota" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"university minnesota" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"That I know what it is and I don't want to give any hints away so I'm just gonna say that that is coach. set in Minnesota Minnesota state university yeah which wasn't actually the name of our university at the time but is now. is that weird well probably because of the sitcom well no was many many years later that they renamed Mankato state university Minnesota see invoice what you know because we didn't have one so they allow we deal school what can we pick let's take Mankato yeah. jump around yeah. one of peace one apiece mildly a popular from the late eighteen. the nineties you watched all of ammonia. except for evening I actually did enjoy coach I did I remember watching it there was a funny guy. I mean there are a couple I know there's a big guy that was funny well thank you that's an that's skews. Maggie figure back the I don't know. fourth class. please identify the sit com here okay right now. trainer clean. she'd one online that's my two dads. shoot all right I'll play more for Brad. and so do we. this hour we do. what is that hi is that step by step. is that life goes on. is that what is it is a perfect strangers. no because that's a really good one. yes you should have gotten that one. well. well nobody's gonna win this muskie Plano alright here's your last. only three. okay mildly popular now this one I would say probably was the most popular of the mall okay here's your theme identify the sit com Colleen Bradley. Colleen Colleen that's mad about you. also another show not worth what I mean when I hear this song all I see is like khakis in Dedham yeah right yeah you're wearing the doctor. sitting in bad life which we do yeah I'll stand by and Paul Reiser like trying to make cheap jokes and Helen hunt just like being stressed yeah but rarely about nothing because it's not actual life stress right like who forgot to pick up the newspaper out front because somebody took it and now that dog ate it or something really. the note that was drawn on thanks for a minute was okay I mean nine arrests wind mildly popular no but that was I mean that was a good day hi the U. it describes the category while I'm the fault was in our inability to correctly name the shows Hey.

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"university minnesota" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:24 min | 3 years ago

"university minnesota" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Prager here speaking with Prager force students Julia we have six thousand per your force members high schools and colleges around the world freshman of the Christian college Bethany global university Minnesota so I asked you what the ratio of male female after college and you said about three one female then I said you have a theory as to why he said that's a good question all right use the you don't know your rough to make up the theory but then anything occur to you during the break well I didn't put you on on speaker I was my Bible I'm sorry okay so yeah by fall go ahead to do anything to hurt you during the break our thinking of when you think of a missionary most people like automatically think of like vendors or teacher to get the job in general like most people don't even realize that there are ways your best get involved like about the maybe have a business degree at where men can be calm not like business and then they can go to the country to help start businesses thank god people don't even know that like you don't have to be like a teacher or a nurse for twenty of other ways so that's a yeah they probably right in that regard though I would be very curious and other Christian colleges what the ratio is where it's not dedicated to missionary work just simply a religious based the college like at liberty university for example I'd be curious what the male female might be fifty fifty right now do you hope to get married hopefully what can the government guys here exactly hi Mel no it's an issue I I so are you gonna go do you get into right after college I'm not exactly sure yeah so when I'm doing sixteen months like in Kenya what are her fifteen you might end up with an African man not African American African African yes absolutely I'll bite me you want that you really sound terrific are you are how many kids in your family your brothers that are younger than me I see and we get I obviously I may not be but I assume it's a Christian home are you in rural Minnesota or or any of the big cities I grew up right outside Minneapolis like fifteen minutes away so do you feel that all this with many of your fellow Minnesotans not really you know all that I mean because you know they're quite the quite secular they're quite liberal or left that's what that's what I meant yeah that is zero definitely when I played like support for high school like the things get to talk about our like loudly so misinformed like they just don't really know like the Jews the revitalized may have no idea that they're getting indoctrinated in high school well so that's what I mean so so you you said you didn't feel at all how how do you square the two facts I wouldn't say I think your odds with like the people I went to church but I would say that the odds public my public school friends definitely not the more value their moral did you have any close friends in high school yes mokhiber my secret girlfriend drawn from my church thank you have a couple of friends from public high school what do you think so many young people were alienated from religion I think it this is the rest of world for most kids America I don't want to do that I'm going to do the exact opposite not valid like prevented a lot of the times and I don't realize like actually that there is freedom in since it not religion well as I said I really hope we meet one day your you are a live wire I really have enjoyed this it went on much longer than I anticipated thank you so much for having me as an honor thank you so much is there one person listening who doesn't want to meet her one so which sure sites it's easy that's why I'm telling you folks right to me you folks right the send me emails with that is pretty about com and say that's that's really a sort of highlight during August is when I talk to these Prager force people it's got to give you hope it does last night a hundred of them with the with the annual gala for Prager you a hundred and it was so with the show moving I actually I actually teared up they were all up there and marched up there and people stood up and applauded him I choked up and like I teared up when I started speaking I did totally did not expect to I was I was tearing up at nine west nine as I said though to the to the the three hundred people there who roll serious donors to prepare you for from all over the country that when I was younger the thing that really moved me was reading about the evil and over the course of my lifetime I am a a I I am much more likely to tear up when they read about good good Mister evil makes me angry but good good makes me tear up I am sure I speak for.

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"university minnesota" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:29 min | 3 years ago

"university minnesota" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Everybody Jean we got everybody and not the whole this is fundraising with university and most of the base I get to talk to a member Prager force we have six thousand young people sharing the principles and videos of Prager you with other students of the young people six thousand around the world last night the that the preview gala we had about seventy one hundred fifty yeah a hundred a hundred Prager force members very the the people went crazy from them there was a very touching moment we have online Julia coats and she is a student of fresh person I wonder if that **** of a say freshman there which is good at best for me but I knew it Bethany global university Minnesota's obviously Christian university what does it mean it ice I looked it up just now with steady work college what does that mean more practical training school it is technically a college but it's a missionary school training to be a missionary while in college and what does it mean obviously I know physiologically what does it mean what does it mean practically would you would you then go to another country what what is your plan yeah for mark wren isn't getting a degree in education and Bible and theology and the mob your four years here everyone every student goes on a sixteen month internship overseas I'll be doing that and my goal is to one day be a teacher somewhere in Uganda why did you pick Uganda I and the people there I have a love for them and I want to help educate the children there to help break the cycle of poverty show like a real mean spirited kid definitely a life you did you find out about Prager you so I need to the benches here show and then you came up on like my you Q. recommended page wonderful so I love asking your force members this question do you have a favorite video yes I do my third video with these are the top three races all heather McDonald yeah do you know I get my look very cool very what's the word very serious listeners will know I have gotten a different response every time I pass the question to find yes I love that two things fascinate me one is that as soon as I say the I have a favorite video every Prager force member has said yes you know you think out well you know I get about five or ten that are really on the ball there is always yes and it is always a different one I had the I know why yes it cracks me up all heather McDonald is a treasure she is a national treasure yeah this amazing I never realized what how biased media actually was and all at the black lives matter protests happened in Minneapolis I never realized like how by yeah actually was I watch the preview video I like we watched it four times I was like is this really true I was like are you kidding me I really didn't believe it at first that's right by the way I really do I deeply emphasize to people that watching any of the videos once is not enough there is so much information in five minutes it's seven hundred fifty words and we we don't waste any any words so you're right it that is the way to do it and what are you so what do you spread the videos what do you do is a prayer force member Martin Whitaker your cards and I'm specifically a part of the digital marketing committee I make four pieces of artwork every month as well along with like really vios on Twitter Instagram yeah no so you're gonna live in you Gandia yeah hopefully one day that's the goal whoa that's not a big good college you're right it does it it is it the the the most people sleep at home where do you sleep word you are given a dorm room what what is your story they have dorms there's this two girls and one man's there's like four hundred students but about two of them are living overseas on the internship we only have like two hundred students right now on campus and what is the up it what is the male female ratio I think there's about three girls the other guy and yeah I enjoy how do you what is your theory as to why tell me about that yes good ball you're lucky we have a break I want her to think about that the Christian college teaching missionary skills why is a three to one female blink home security is.

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"university minnesota" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"university minnesota" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"So you're placing your own implants and restoring them. I've been placing implants since nineteen eighty five. So so basically, so basically, what would you tell young kids are coming out of these schools like your daughter Rachel's, he's gonna come out of that AT still shoes never will have place a single implant? So their question to you is how do I learn how to place implants, do I? Pick a system I a teacher mentor. What welcome up that stairway. How they can go from graduating. You know, what I would what I would do first of all getting out of dental school, and I did not do this. And that's why I'm telling these students find some mentors. Not just one finds some various mentors that you can spend some time with I gladly. I'm right close to the university of Minnesota, and I have university Minnesota students come over look over the shoulder, and, you know, spent some time in the office to try to get an idea if this is some type of practice that they like to to be involved with or you know, down the road if that's the type of practice light to do. I get the opportunity to lecturer there for the and so the students get to see some of the wacko things that I do. And consequently kind of peak some of their interests they show up at my office that to take a look at what what the heck mal Trude is doing, and it's fun to see those young minds, and I'll tell you they're they're they're good young minds out there. And I it's fun talking with them. And you know, they're learning different than United. I mean, like, you said we in fact, you, and I were at panky together, you probably don't even more. It was. Brand report. Back. Then you're Hugh, get your stuff done in any. You're going doing the rand report. So then get a spend as much time down there with his I thought would help that hotel across the street that resort that was right on the ocean. This the what the Semesta semester, I bet. So I lived in that place for six weeks. It was so fun. I took my accent four baby blaze, and they'd play on that beach all day cheeseburgers in the sand. And that that was that was good times..

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