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"university nevada" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:23 min | 10 months ago

"university nevada" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Thank you Stephanie for your courage and for reminding us what's at stake I'm not here as a congressman I'm here as the son who lost my father to gun violence when I was nineteen years old right here in Las Vegas a block away from where I grew up and where I would later work as the head of the culinary academy my father was shot and killed while I was a freshman in college at the university Nevada Reno and on the way to the hospital in an ambulance last and so the next time I had the opportunity to see my father was at his funeral he would never have the opportunity to see me finish school to start my own family or to serve my community now as a member of Congress I don't want any other family to feel the pain of losing a loved one to senseless gun violence and I'm doing everything I can as a member of Congress to do our job to pass gun safety legislation that will keep our family safe but I'm also supporting someone for president who I know understands the true sacrifice and the loss that so many families have felt because he has experienced that same lost himself he's also someone who last night at the debate was the only person who brought up that tragic shooting on one October the biggest mass shooting in our nation's history he's also the only one that has taken on the NRA and won and that is why we need him as president of the United States I'm proud that he's here in about a talking to voters about the issues that matter most we know Joe but more importantly Joe Biden knows us he knows our pain he knows our hopes and our ambitions and gives me a great honor to introduce vice president Joe Biden.

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"university nevada" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"university nevada" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Been admitted to the hospital with flu symptoms since the season began this is the viruses earlier start since two thousand and three Kevin shared and news ninety three point one K. F. B. cat scientists say the planet is warming up there's a report out this month that list which cities are getting the hottest the fastest university Nevada Las Vegas professor Kristin Evert says that is not all due to climate change that between fifty and seventy five percent of the warming could be tied to the urban heat island effect when using impervious materials that also hold heat up you're talking out correct apple even the man what happens is you know the fun warm that during the day and at night you could usually think the cool locked that doesn't happen they're your night send up warming quite if that Reno in Las Vegas are the fastest warming cities in the nation according to the report by climate central the fastest warming states are Alaska New Mexico Arizona Delaware and Utah California didn't even crack the top ten in California spring is the fastest warming season an effort says temperature changes are stretching out our allergy season she also says the drought here in twenty fifteen cost California about two point seven billion dollars it is five oh seven at news ninety three point one KFBK coming up in our building a better Sacramento segment Kitty o'neill of the California hall of fame ceremonies now we'll get you caught up on all this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one KFBK from I'm Terry Alden or president trump on the campaign trail Pennsylvania as he left the White House today what was to begin tomorrow was very much top of mind for him that's when the White House.

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"university nevada" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"university nevada" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"This this is this is the double standard that we live some awareness that this actually happened they didn't even know about it until it was on twitter this morning it's it's really extraordinary and so but look there's real zero two two this is paid for about trump make-america-great-again committee a joint fundraising committee love to go on college campuses this is this is an event that was hosted in plan by turning point USA chapter the University Nevada Reno and for those that might WanNa be interested in getting involved with turning point USA you gotTa Teepee USA Dot Com we greatly appreciate that and so look kind of surrounding is it was an intentional propaganda campaign put forth by the university and by their radical social justice affiliates to try to make Charlie Kirk myself and turning point USA seems something that we're not now they're big focus was to try to eradicate hatred or tried to quell hatred white supremacy from their campus I fundamentally agree with this I think that's a righteous cause I think it's something that people should focus their time on however whenever I tried to step up I agree with them and try to say I think that this should be a clampdown on and this should be stamped out I was met with opposition protests skepticism and even anger too in fact I wanna I play sound of this exchange that I had with the woman who was so puzzled by how hi hatred hateful people might want to try to get within turning-point USA and Mr Producer said at the best so she said essentially in this exchange she said why is it that some hateful people WanNa be Party organization that's that was her question eve admitting that we don't currently have any hateful people within the organization but the best analogy I've heard through Andrews a virus is looking for a healthy host so turning point USA is a healthy host this is a this is a virus that should be condemned and I think very interesting exchange with her where I talked to her about I repudiate it I reject it and I condemn it every single turn why are you continually trying to wrap make me seem something that I'm not what a white supremacist organization host of Black Leadership Summit.

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"university nevada" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"university nevada" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And Katie green on talk radio five sixty K s I've been looking forward to talking to this guy for the last couple of days. This is Corey Jackson. Corey Jackson former NFL player with the Browns. And the Broncos went to the university of Nevada Reno and he has an organization that he's put together called quirks. Q W E R K e it helps among other things athletes professional athletes with their money. Hey, Cory, thanks for joining us on ks. Afo? How are you? Right. Well, listen, I've always been fascinated by the fact that you have so many of these guys in the NFL in the NBA in professional sports at large who are making all this money as young talented men, but they have no idea how to manage their money and just a few years out of the biz so to speak. They are broke. Obviously, this is concerned you too. Yeah. So so there's been issues with athletes and money over the years. I start all bystanders athletes have gotten a lot smarter. We use a lot of the same. Information and data when it comes to percentages and things of that happening. But a lot of that stuff is dated seventy percent, and you know, the divorce rate and things like that. You can go like ten years, and it's they're saying the same thing. Right. So no one's polling me and our guys and things like that. I ever there has been a problem. I think one of the things that happened with the athlete is especially when he goes the football a lot of uncertainty because there's a lot of uncertainty sometimes you can mismanage misappropriate your money. Let you have more than what you have. Or you have more time to stimulate more money than you have. Yes. And that makes a lot of sense because you're right. The average what does the average NFL career last probably three years at the most the average career. Yeah. Three years is that and so in that amount of time here thinking you're going to play ten years twelve years. So you start spending improperly this. This could happen to any young guy or any young gal for that matter who comes into a lot of money early in life. Right. Yeah. Absolutely. So what happens is you have these different groups of guys, right? You have the ultra superstar guys will make dollars. And then you have everyone else pretty much that are making smaller salaries. Oh, really example, my rookie year apple making go around three hundred thousand I had a teammate that that was one game. Check. And so you're kind of mixed up in this. Like the different schools of economics. And sometimes you can get confused by doing some of the things that the other guys are doing trying to actually that they may be able to afford to do and you may not be to be able to afford to do. A lot of that played the part. But what are the things that we're saying with my company is really focus on the wealth creation and accumulate shaven. How do you actually create because we don't get taught better that you guys are gonna make mistakes when money is going to happen. But what do you do like if it's is it over you is that right? Like once you your career, and you you've made mistakes with money. Can you not be super successful? And the answer is absolutely. Yes. You can't be successful. And there's things you can do. And so we really focus on connecting those athletes with companies and brands and entrepreneurial endeavors that's going to help them become successful laid on a like that is really important because there's so much value. And that experience of being an athlete, and so we look at that intrinsic value. And you say, let's nurturing that's extracted. That's an internal audit injected into those companies that brand so that we can create even more opportunity. I liked that Corey Jackson with us. Former football player Broncos Brown's the new businesses called quirks K, excuse me, Q W E R K Z. I like your story because you're a guy who went to the university Nevada Reno on a basketball scholarship, you had an opportunity during your college years to go overseas to play pro basketball. But you thought completing your degree was more important, correct? Yeah. Absolutely. I definitely wanted to complete my degree. It was it was twofold. I wanted to complete my degree because I was told that I have one right? I wasn't going to be capable of going to college and get a degree. So I really wanted to do that. And the other one other part of that was I wasn't ads excited about what overseas because my nature told me that I wanted to play at the highest level, and I believe and fortunately, that's what I got opportunity to play on the football team. Let's me. And so it was kind of my my my. Goal is to finish that degree. And then also my genetic makeup if I'm the tally said, hey. Cory. I I'm I'm a sucker for last chance you I love that program on net flicks. But what I see? So oftentimes with these kids who are trying to go to college to play football because they're ultimately goal is to play in the NFL. So many times you get the entire family banking on this kid to make it in the NFL and talk to us about that type of pressure. And and what do you think about that? Yeah. It's definitely a lot of pressure. I think that when you look at. Certain circumstances opportunities are few and far between when you see someone have opportunity to make it it really makes the whole savvy was support somebody. But that's going through. That is done the midst pressure, right? And it's very difficult because if you make a mistake, you don't make it, you know, it's hard to, you know, make it through that type of precious. But I think it also can be good, right? Because it can do for me. Anyway, it lot me. And I was so locked in. If I'm being a hundred percent, honest. I wasn't excited about school like in not. Because like I thought school was that. This wasn't good at it. Right. Like, I wasn't good at school. And I wasn't that excited about it. But I was really a great athlete. And so that was something that I would have a degree of. And that was something that was good. They came out of it forced me to push my limits, academically intellectually so that I can grow and get better. But see the thing that's different about you. You you really created a backup plan for yourself. Because while you're NFL career was very real. It was like so many short lives, and you were able to turn that around to create a business. So there's there's a lot going between your ears at the end of the day. Yeah. Absolutely. I think what happens to some of us at a lot of my friends did the same thing kind of your entry point into the league. And you start to see like like my first year in the league. Was off day was Tuesday. And I was out one of my good friends being a player Alabama, very long time. But he's going to buy he was born about Trump advocate, and we're hanging out in these. Oh, cool. All the way to go Trump. He had a fall. It was problem facility. They actually call it. Hey, bring your playbook that you go. Whoa. That's a real life experience. Right. So that made a lot of us think differently about what we need to do. 'cause 'cause I was so unsecure. And so I think when you sometimes when you get a a lot of money upfront, you'd know that you have a certain amount of security. So you may not think so much about train yourself from a business standpoint, right, then, but for us, how we were it made us think that way, that's my friend, and he's doing all..

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"university nevada" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

09:08 min | 2 years ago

"university nevada" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I'm speaking perfectly radios, a new study confers at e cigs damage, the heart. Another one didn't we just talked about this last week? The amount of nitrous oxide. Okay. Well, let's let's school. Okay. Vaping this healthier? We believe than smoking cigarettes, but I use that term loosely. I would never say vaping is healthy. But they have found a study that it could affect the nitric oxide produced a nitric oxide. Works to relax blood vessels blood vessels, being relaxed allows more blood flow to the heart. So airs study showing that we have fortunately a link between Easter eggs or just in the amount of nitric oxide being produced as well as a whole variety of issues, they emit chemicals. They can heat up chemicals and change a chemical composition very easily. Because he nature's things or changes things and causes chemical reactions to occur. You also have the heating elements the metallics Leach. Metals and toxins into the vape as well that were never originally planned to be there. So that type of stuff is obviously concerning and so. My recommendation is to not vape as a substitute for smoking long term, use it very short term to get off the smokes, then get off all of it. They say now twenty percent of middle middle and high school students have admitted to vaping twenty percent of fifth. So if you have five kids one of them's going to be a vapor at least now under public pressure Joel which controls seventy percent of the eastern Mark in the United States announced it would stop selling most flavored pods and retail outlets. Now, that's kind of preemptive EFTA's plans to tighten up regulations on teen smoking. So Joe labs dedicated thirty million to independent research. It's a battle this trend transparency about the studies also in researchers are gonna be hopefully forthcoming they said, there's also corporations sponsoring research, you know, and and does lots of times and may look make their company look better. And we kind of need something objective. They say this move is a quivalent to Nestle launching an anti sugar crusade to combat youth obesity. Let let me just say something about this. This is where public opinion can help and hurt at the same time. When like the tobacco company goes. Okay. Well, we will do studies to help fight tobacco. Use sound like you're kind of tobacco. I don't get how you're going to do that studying. What are you doing same thing? What your they're going to study? How? Not gain in the market. I it just seems counterintuitive it seems it seems. You know? How's the company going to spend a lot of money? To do a study to show where companies shouldn't market. That gonna turn hurt them. I don't think that's going to be the end product. I also see them dragging their feet on the results of this one. I'm not saying that for Joel. But I, you know, I don't see why anybody would be so quick to do a study or the negative health effects of API. I don't really see how study that makes you know product, but want to study that, but I also get out with public opinion companies need to look like they're going above and beyond for consumer safety. So they wanna look like they're like Coca Cola. Coca Cola invested a lot of money into health. Studies. And so a lot of people don't know that people are anti. Makes people fat Coca-Cola diabetes Coca-Cola's, not a healthy, drink personally. I love Coca Cola. And I like having a little bit of the house in case, anybody has bad tummy because I think the Coca Cola helps to tell me, but I think it's nice that they're investing that money, and they're doing that research, etc. But the average person doesn't know that. So if you know an study to the left of us comes out saying, oh, Coca-Cola's the cause of all these people have diabetes et cetera. People are going to ask for their heads. Now. Maybe the reason why companies are putting millions of dollars in is because they want legislators to back off a little bit. You know, maybe it's fine. And I'm not accusing any company of doing this. But maybe it's buying them. Some time say look. Buying them some favors, Gordon. Look, we have all this money that we made, but we are going to put it back into the system. We're going to put into a hospital or we're going to put it into studies or we're going to fund this. So if you want our funding, you might wanna lay low on all the bad publicity. Then people like, oh, yeah. Like, the Coca Cola foundation they've done so much. Maybe that's why you know, people aren't giving them too hard a time. They're one of the biggest off drink industries. The people want soft drinks. I mean, you knew guys star. Well, the nineteen fifties out of soda pop wasn't the healthiest drink soda pop was treat. She's like a milkshake was a treat. But then something happened in the seventies and eighties where it was just considered the beverage, and I think what did that was the the meals when you would go to a Jack in the box to be all or McDonald's or fast food meal. Coke burger fries and a coke. And then people would just start to have ingrained in their head. Okay. We're gonna have a burger I'm gonna try to have a coke with it. None of the coke is treat that this is. I mean, if you're going to eat leads and lettuce, and you know, carbs, you're gonna eat a meal. He also people thought. Well, okay. If I'm already splurging and having a burger and fries coke, then people like, well, that's going to be my lunch every day. If you really look at the progression of it. When you were a kid when you were a kid was home cooked meals, and maybe peanut butter and jelly sandwiches bologna sandwiches. I hated baloney. I like salami only baloney baloney, sandwiches, whatever then all of a sudden, it was okay. I'm just gonna grab a burger. I'm gonna grab a slice of pizza as fast food became a lot of our lunch and dinners, and then behold the Donald's breakfast Jack in the box breakfast. So lot of us. We use that breakfast in the morning. That's a problem. So it's McDonalds or these fast food giants wanna do studies to tackle obesity. I think that's cool. And I like the money, and I think that's I think we should. You know, fake them and incentivize them to donate and study more. But you just kind of wonder. You know, are they doing it more for PR? Are they doing it? So they could skew the the public, and and kind of redirect them. So they're not looking at fast food, but look at other things I mean, having a soda pop company say it's not so it's fast food, having a fast food company states soda that doesn't help you. Or I as a consumer. We kind of an outside person say, look, it's all crap. That's kind of what we need. But we don't have a lotta outside. People are government people with money. And you know, now that I'm starting to do more research. Oh, it's great. So I work at Pearl university Nevada after my show. So I'm a teacher there as a professor and assistant professor. But that it's not that I assist the professor, it's I'm a professor, but I don't have the rank of professor I have the rank you start out low like assistant professor to associate. And then you go to full professor, you know, so do people call me, professor wax. No. They called me down through wax adopted. Yeah. If you call me, professor wax. I would like, you know, like turnaround going, you know, who's here. Could that? So anyway, but so I'm doing research have three different research projects going on right now and doing research and find his fascinating. I mean me I liked to come up with research projects that don't cost any money because I think then you know, it's easier to start, but one research project it needed money, and it's you have to you. There has to be grants or there has to be money out there or that study doesn't go, and I didn't realize how much money goes into studies. And this is a small study I'm doing to the university. So you are going to be big companies putting putting money into studies. But what are they studying what eight seven seven..

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"university nevada" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"university nevada" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Friends? And so I work without a medical students. University Nevada, and I see their pictures on Instagram Friendsgiving. And it is so go you see how happy they are. And they actually they actually do a pretty damn good job of it. The only thing is you can't be cooking a Turkey in the microwave. That's just a big. No, no. But what I like about seeing people go off to college off school and being away from home and doing something that weekend before what I like about that. Is it already starts there? Getting their feet wet with starting traditions and family style stuff because you know, a lot of times the kids leave home, and they aren't religious or they don't really do a lot of the rituals of the Deljo love the holidays. And then eventually the kids come we need to do something. And if it isn't an influence from one spouse or or one partner or the other many traditions just fall by the wayside. And so it's really nice to see people that aren't in. Mommy and daddy. Yeah. Protection starting to kind of branch out and do things on their own. So I'm a huge fan of friends giving I think that's awesome. And don't invite yourself to somebody's Friendsgiving. Let them did OB. Let them do their friends thing, you know, the whole purpose of friends giving is so they can act like they normally act and not have to be on good behavior. They can eat with their fingers if they want to, but let's go back to this microwaving a Turkey, and I call it a challenge. But here's Claire saying, I tried the hash that Turkey challenge with my mother expected her to be horrified. Nope. She just asked my other was broken. Then sent me the actual instructions from an original nineteen eighty eight microwave cookbook. And the answer for twenty-five pal Turkey on this microwave was four to six hours. So I found that very fascinating where the you know, there's actually microwaves got really big of the eighties there actually cookbooks on what to do with Turkey. Now. Would you ever microwave a Turkey? I would say now the biggest problem with microwave and a Turkey or a lot of meat is it not being cut and remaining at the temperature needs to be. So what Turkey especially in Manila, they say, roughly one point two million people every year, the US are sick in Manila twenty three thousand lives. According to CDC, so Turkey meat leads to reach a temperature of a hundred sixty five degrees and be that way for about ten fifteen seconds. They say the thermometer should be placed in three places in the innermost part of the innermost part of the wing and the thickest part of the breast. So I know if I was ever a Turkey with my elven, yeah. I don't. How would I could I've so lopsided van? And I was I was thinking about the Turkey and I had to be cooked. How would we know? The me was cubs. Really, really? Well, what never know? So Ben Chapman food specials. Assistant professor of food science at North Carolina State university said despite popular belief a Turkey is not necessarily ready to come out of the oven. If its juices or running clear color is not an indicator of safety or done this. So as you guys are eating Turkey watching your football just kind of be aware of that. But you know, I I don't know why they call it a challenge. But I think things like to go viral and people like to hashtag guys kinda get that whole hashtag thing. For those of you in business and marketing if you don't really understand how the internet works and how social media works. Figuring out take a class because I am. So under utilizing, I think we all are under utilizing certain things. But the problem is a lot of us are right in our hesitancy because eventually things grow old. So would you hashtag something if somebody decides to search up that search hashtag? So let's say I write an article about thanksgiving. So I can't thinks give. My article may come up the problem is this. I know of everybody's hashtag thanksgiving. You know, it's kind of like a vote you like of everybody's voting, and I don't I don't know if anybody's going to see my vote, but as you, and I know one vote can count. So these hash hands are ways where you could be able to get pinned on the internet and pop up. And so if you let's say, you know, have something you care about and you want to be associated with it, you hashtag something if you don't want to be at the public. I don't have any facts, you might not even want to be on social media. But you have a lot of people that want to be a part of that. And they want their name attached. And so that's why these these challenges come up and a lot of people once they get on social media. They get that little bug. Yeah. A little bug is I wanna become famous, and so, you know, take it from the always wanted to be famous when you do get some fame. It's either a not enough or you wish you.

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"university nevada" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

08:36 min | 2 years ago

"university nevada" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Daniel was working. The dials big. Thank you all for tuning in. We really do predate. It doesn't follow us on Twitter. Dr Diane on Facebook, Dr delegates show. So as you guys know I teach teach at touro university Nevada in Henderson, Nevada Henderson, Nevada for those guys not really familiar with south west part of town. Anderson is a really interesting city because it live in the shadow of Las Vegas, Las Vegas Golden Knights the strip and the hotels resorts, then you have Henderson. A city southeast to it. And it's. Many people when Henderson. Have been around forever. No wonder how do Henderson folk, you know, take the whole Las Vegas strip idea living near the city of glitter and a lot of people that worked back in, you know, multiple decades ago, you know, on the resort corridor. They would live at Henderson really nice town seeps it a lot more rain than other parts of acres. I just noticed you know, 'cause I work there. But it's a real it's it's it's fantastic. Fantastic people, and it kind of has a small town feel you're looking at Las Vegas, which is going to be close to like what three million people within the next decade. And then you have Anderson was a small town. He's not green valley, which is a suburb. Really nice. Very pretty. And I kind of live on the west side. You know, I live on the west side of town site drive a lot, and I commute complain about it all the time, and maybe I will consider moving, but you know, for those guys are kind of want to live near a nice big city glitter. But you don't wanna. To have big city. Feel Henderson is pretty damn cool. So anyway, so my university that I teach is there. And I I know a lot of you guys are like wait a second. You can barely teach us adults. You know, what we need to know in medicine, and you're actually teaching students? Yeah. I do I do. But the one thing I teach students is communications and teach them how to communicate. Sometimes a cuss word slips out for the most part. No, I teach them how to communicate with patients. I teach him how to do their notes had a document how to ask patients sensitive things and how to do certain exams, and then, you know, certain subjects usually the ecological subjects. I kind of handle because I probably at the university have been to the guy of college is more than any other faculty combined. So it's it's it's nice. It's it's great. You know, one of my favorite jobs I've ever had. But what I did is I needed to shake things up a little bit. When I give lectures, I don't like them to be boring. And I know some of your like, well, you sure as hell, you know, need to follow that premise, would you do a radio show? Leave me love my show is not boring, but maybe some days it is. But when it comes to class, I mean, you know, some of the material could be really dry, and so I like to I think when you teach you need to be not only hands on. But you need to also the visual. There's some people that learn I just read a paragraph and make it read that paragraph, and they get it. I don't don't give me a paragraph and expect me to learn it, you know, I bring up Wiki how a lot on this show. And I think the reason why I really liked the pictures. I like how something is explained, and you could see it, but sometimes that's just two dimensional sometimes people need three dimensional. So what I decided to do. And I've done this before with actors, but I decided to bring my son. To be the patient, and I would kind of demonstrate how you would talk to the patient, and then how would you examine the patient? Okay. And my son is pretty easy because he's my son. So I could Samak around a little beds. You know, I like I change diapers. So if I need to press on his tummy or press on his shoulder, or whatever, you know, there's no barrier yet. You know, what's a stranger? It's tough. So I sold the students. How easy it is. And there could be a flow to the exam now, my son, you would think it would be okay. Because he knows how his mom is. And he also knows that his, mama. Is pretty well. First of all there's a lot of things wrong with me. Okay. One is I always go. He had drives me crazy never do as I call them cupcakes. So she and he really does call cupcake to she in public. He doesn't even like to be called it a private. He really doesn't understand. What a cupcake does. She is. I don't either I don't think I've ever defied cupcakes. Does he is? But I call him and I call so it just makes sense to calm coca cushy. I that doesn't really have to have logic or some scientific reason behind it. But my students, you know, what I'm not around my kids. I'm very motherly to my students do not call my students cupcakes. So she I think that's against the law. But I do baby the students Davis day. So what I think that was very interesting, and I wanna waste time. And there's a lot of medical news. But I you guys have to teach or make a point across or something. The key to any successful teaching or marketing or convincing somebody to listen to you. Is the art of engagement? I always talk about the three got engage somebody then once you engage him, you can educate them, and then you could enlist them. You know, I've used the three es most of my life, and I didn't realize was using them. And then I finally wrote an article like, oh, it's the threes site. For example. I have a patient. Let's say comes in who is fifty-five dad had colon cancer. He has some blood in his stall. So I want him to get a colonoscopy. And he's like, oh, hell, no. I am never get a cold. Oscar. Now, I have to I have to make some lifesaving recommendations to this guy who said there is no way in hell. He's getting a colonoscopy. So as to engage them, how do I engage them? Well, I won I find common ground and show that I understand why he doesn't want to get a colonoscopy. I go to Baresi I had a colonoscopy. I was embarrassed van. You know, it took a lot more shaving than I expected I needed to do as a woman, and then I'm lying there. And I'm looking around and I am following the scope while waiting for the anesthesiologists give me my anesthesia, and I'm sitting there. So she covered and I'm looking at this little baby gauze and has a little baby drop of lubricant for like a six foot hose. I was various I start to scream yell, blah, blah, blah. So anyway, I tell my patients about, you know, the time I didn't like that my scope was going to be under lubricated. And he's listening to listen. Okay. So he's engaged gate the walls down then. And this isn't manipulation. I'm just you know, I'm trying to show 'em them on the same page. But then I gotta educate them. And then I'd say look. The problem is is your data colon cancer. You have blood in the stool. How else are we going to be able to go and make sure that you don't have colon cancer to we don't have any other tests? Yeah. Maybe there's some cat scans or whatever. But the best test to see if you have colon cancer is a colonoscopy other things could be causing the blood of the soul. Maybe the hemorrhoids or whatever. But the only way to tell that is to look that's my education then enlist so now that I engaged them. I educated him look can you at least talk to the specialist gastroenterologist talked about your symptoms and look into the options. Can you you know, at least make that appointment because I won't be able to stop the bleeding in your stool if we can't see where it's coming from. So the three es on somebody who you think is the most I they should be doing the threes and congress so students retired to teach him some Barney materials on brought him is not. So my son is now the patient. Now, you see you see the students nervous because they're like. Oh, no. If she acts with her son the way, she acts with us. You know, he's gonna kill himself. You know? And and I, you know, put that the whole ideas rest because I did I go,.

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10:12 min | 2 years ago

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"Making the show happen. They thinks Daniel was working. The dials big. Thank you all for tuning in. We really do predate. It don't forget to follow us on Twitter. Dr Diane on Facebook that after delegates show. So as you guys know I teach I teach at touro university Nevada in Henderson, Nevada Henderson, Nevada for those guys not really familiar with south west part of town. Anderson is a really interesting city because it. Live in the shadow of Las Vegas. You know, you have Las Vegas. Golden Knights of the strip and the hotels resorts, then you have Henderson. Like a city southeast to it. And it's. Many people when Anderson Henderson have been around forever. I wonder how do Henderson folk, you know, take the whole Las Vegas strip idea living near the city of glitter and a lot of people that worked back in you know, multiple decades ago on the resort corridor. They would live at Henderson really nice town seeps more rain than other parts of Vegas. I just noticed know because I work there. But it's a real. It's it's it's fantastic. Fantastic people, and it kind of has a small town feel you're looking at Las Vegas, which is going to be close to like what three million people within the next decade. And then you have Anderson with a small town. He got green valley, which is a suburb. Really nice very pretty, and I kind of live on the west side. You know, I live on the west side of town site drive a lot, and I commute, and I complain about it all the time, and maybe I will consider moving, but you know. I wanna live near you know, a nice big city glitter. But you don't wanna have big city feel. Henderson. It's pretty damn cool. So anyway, so my university that I teach at is there. And I I know a lot of you guys are like wait a second. You can barely teach us adults. You know, what we need to know in medicine, and you're actually teaching students? Yeah. I do. I do they. But the one thing I teach students is communications and teach them how to communicate. Sometimes a cuss word slips, Al for the most part. No, I t to communicate with patients, I teach them how to do their notes had a document how to ask patients sensitive things and how to do certain exams, and then, you know, certain subjects usually the gynacological subjects. I kind of handle because I probably at the university have been to the gynocologist more than any other faculty combined. So it's it's it's nice. It's it's great. You know, one of my favorite jobs I've ever had. But what I did is I needed to shake things up a little bit. You know, what I give lectures? I don't like them to be boring. And I know some of your like, well, you sure as hell you don't need to follow that premise when you do a radio show. Leave me love my show is not boring, but maybe some days it is. But when it comes to class, I mean, you know, some of the material could be really dry, and so I like to I think when you teach you need to be not only hands on. But you need to also the visual. There's some people that learn by just reading a paragraph and make a read that paragraph, and they get it. I don't don't give me a paragraph and expect me to learn it bring up Wiki how a lot on this show. And I think the reason why is really liked the pictures. I like how something is explained, and you could see it. But sometimes that's just two dimensional sometimes people need three-dimensional. So what I decided to do. And I've done this before with actors, but I decided to bring my son. To be the patient, and I would kind of demonstrate how you would talk to the patient, and then how would you examine the patient? Okay. And my son is pretty easy because you know, here's my son. So I could Samak around a little bed. You know? I I changed his diapers. So if I need to get out press on his tummy or press on a shoulder, or whatever, you know, there's no barrier yet. You know, what's a stranger? It's tough. So I could show the students. How easy it is. And there could be a flow to the exam now, my son you embarrassed to sell. Okay. Because he knows how his mom is. And he also knows that his mama is pretty well. First of all there's a lot of things wrong with me. Okay. One is I always go have had ties crazy never as I call them cupcakes. So she and he really does call cupcakes. So she in public. He doesn't even like to be called it a private. He really doesn't understand. What a cupcake does. She is. I don't either. I don't think I've ever defied. What cupcake does he is? But I call him, and I call it cut the geic. So it just makes sense to calm coca cushy. I that does doesn't really have to have logic. Or you know, some scientific reason behind it. But my students, you know, what I'm not around my kids. I'm very motherly to my students, and I do not call my students cookie, touchy. I think that's against the law. But I do baby the guys day. So what I think that was very interesting, and I would waste time. And there's a lot of medical news. But I you guys have to teach or make a point across or something. The key to any successful teaching or marketing or convincing somebody to listen to you is the art of engagement. I always talk about the three each you got a gauge somebody, then once you engage if you can educate them, and then you could enlist them, you know, I've used the three es most of my life, and I didn't realize I was using them. And then I finally wrote an article on I'm like, oh, it's the threes site. For example. I have a patient. Let's say comes in who is fifty five dad had colon cancer. He has some blood and his stole. So I want him to get a call and ask me, and he's like oh, hell, no. I am never get a colonoscopy. Now, I have to I have to make some lifesaving recommendations to this guy who said there is no way in hell. He's getting a colonoscopy as to engage him. So how do I engage them? Well, I won I find common ground and show that I understand why he doesn't want to get a colonoscopy. I go to Barry. I had a colonoscopy. I was embarrassed man. You know, it took a lot more shaving than I expected I needed to do as women, and then I'm lying there. And I'm looking around and I am following the scope while waiting for the NFC geologists, give me my anesthesia, and I'm sitting there. So she covered and I'm looking at this little baby gauze, and it has a little baby drop of lubricant for like a six foot hose. I was furious. I started to scream yell Bubba. Anyway, I tell my patients about, you know, the time I didn't like that my scope was going to be under lubricated. And he's listening to listen. Okay. So he's engaged the walls down then. And this manipulation. I'm just trying to show 'em that among the same age. But then I gotta educate them. And then I'd say look. The problem is is your data colon cancer. You have blood in the stool, how else are we going to be able to go and make sure that you don't have colon cancer to we don't have any other tests. Yeah. Maybe there's some cat scans. We do whatever. But the fast has to see if you have colon cancer is a colonoscopy. Other things could be causing the blood of the Royal whatever. But you know, the only way to tell that is to look, that's my education then list. So now that I engage them. I educated him look can you at least talk to the specialist. The gastroenterologist talked him about your symptoms and look into the options. Can you you know, at least make that appointment because I won't be able to stop the bleeding in your stool, if we can't see where it's coming from blue. And he goes, so the three es on somebody who you think is the most I they should be doing the threes and congress so students retired. I gotta teach him some materials is not. So my son is now the patient. Now, you see you see the students nervous because they're like. Oh, no. Is she acts with her son the way she acts with us? You know, he's gonna you know, kill himself. You know? And and I put that the whole ideas rest because I did this is my baby. So I did that. And my son was fine with it. Did I know? So I did it really varies him or he didn't admit that. And the students were like, oh, he's fine. But he got back. So when you interview patient, you have to ask past medical history any past surgeries. Do you ask about what the problem is? But you got to kind of go deeper into their vast. And so when I asked about his family history, I go I can also tell me about your mom because I pretended to be the doctor as my mom. She's she's crazy. How about your dad dad's cool? Tell about your brother. He has a brother like, you know, like the apple doesn't fall from the tree like mom. So he was able to kinda. Try to learn right in history, and all that or whatever. And I'm really proud of my son who is my little tickly, my son, he kind of helped engage, and I was really impressed that he had some comedic timing. I this kid sometimes you blows my mind, but I noticed that maybe the students didn't learn how to perform cardiothoracic surgery that day, but they learn something. And so you know, if you guys have trouble. Conveyed certain things or ideas, or whatever. Ben people put up walls or you think the border. You know, they they just feel you.

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03:33 min | 2 years ago

"university nevada" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Energy. And I'm your host STAN handle of today. We've been speaking with Dr Marcus Burley from the desert research institute about the solar next project. It's it was a twenty four million dollar project over five years that was awarded to university of Nevada Las Vegas the desert research institute and the the university Nevada Reno targeted toward high level graduate students to do a real groundbreaking research on the connections between solar energy installations as well as water resources, and how that affects the environment in the state as we grow more and more solar facilities. So it was a really interesting. You had four main goals within the program that you were. Are trying to achieve you talk a bit more about those. Yes. Absolutely. So the primary goal was to really advance new knowledge and discoveries in solar energy, water and environment arena. So large part of the project really was about research building research, capacity. But we also had a cyber infrastructure component cyber infrastructure. Basically means tweets proof the connection between researchers using computers using the internet helping researchers out for example with data warehouses and just make sure we have the best possible computer infrastructure into states the dweller research. That's fantastic. So fast modeling, and and the ability is absolutely that information around to different people involved in the project. That's great. And as you mentioned there were forty eight faculty members involved, fourteen technicians over thirty PHD level a master's level. Students. So really a good chance an opportunity for them to collaborate and not just the pure research. But also in other areas other disciplines as well, absolutely fantastic. And the diversity component this grant came from the National Science Foundation through their EPs core project, which is I looked experimental program for stimulation of competitive research, and it's a way that the that the National Science Foundation likes to distribute the money, it has to all states. So that even states that don't have the the high end university systems like California and Texas and Massachusetts get get a chance to be involved in cutting edge research. So I think that was really good. So what kind of what was diversity goal in in in all of that? As you said that besides building research infrastructure interstates. The goal was also to basically educate the next generation scientists and researchers so starting with k through twelve the kids in in school, basically to explain them. So what is engineering science, and that's great related to to this topic solar, energy, water and the environment. And then what they called building stem pipelines science, technology, engineering and math pipeline that will bring these Cates eventually to the university into undergraduate and graduate programs. He's busier farm team for the future here. That's great. Yeah. And then also the economic dimension, workforce development and education. That's that's unusual for project of this scope to to look at that site as well as an external engagement with the public talk a little bit more about the outreach those involved with that. Yeah. It's the reason I'm here.

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06:59 min | 2 years ago

"university nevada" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Dali one eight hundred. Seventy, oh see the l. i. so we got a busy. Day we got lady who I guess lost her contact. Inter I Sorry. This is the news I'm giving you guys a news and they. Found it's eight years later do we, really have to. Review contact once care I don't, want, to review contact let's talk a little. Bit, about it we have a recall of two thyroid medications. From what I'm hearing maybe again based in a Chinese. Manufacturer So, what did talk about that About how many places at work don't? Allow, you to donate sick days co. Coworker will luckily one place dead we have a Florida teacher who is battling cancer and his. Co-workers, showered him. With sick days very. Very cool wanna talk about that I just think that's so awesome. When things. Go well at work all, right get this. News about vaping damaging the lungs we need to reiterate that they'd be not. Be the safest thing out there I know that's kind of scary for a lot of you because you're sitting there, on your jewel as we speak but. We need, to talk. About that measles forgotten measles outbreak we've, known about that for a while but the CDC has now monitoring. It in over twenty, one states we'll talk about measles, not just all about the rash then I'll know how, much you guys know about elephants but. They say elephants rarely get cancer and that's interesting because the one of the biggest animals out there and I say that's kind of, interesting because when we look at Humans I told you how short men are more for heart, disease but taller men or mortars for. Cancer and we didn't know why unless maybe it was the growth hormone when they were, kids they're taller or maybe it's because they have more of an. Organ so the larger the, Oregon the more chance of there being cells that go rogue But then you have elephants The biggest animals on the planet, and they rarely, get cancer and they say it's thanks to. Something called a zombie gene So we're going to talk about that we're, also going to give you guys the best hospitals in America Talk about both talks and that's just the first seven I'm Jake So for those that have any questions and you do, we'll get. Your emails go. To go to fix your radio, personality, Melissa, Dr Dalia dot com, you, could call it a. One eight seven seven dhaka-delhi one eight seven seven the AL I so before. We begin Are there. Any teachers in. House because I've I've been a, teacher, for, years apparently I've been, a, professor, in some capacity. For toil university Nevada For ten years I knew this because, linked It said, some sort of a message. To everybody saying I'm celebrating to work anniversary I've been in radio almost ten years. About. Nine, and a half. Years. In radio hi no it? Doesn't show okay will I. Finally look like I know what, I'm doing I. Guess maybe ten years is is. The charm I don't know But with teaching doing it. Over ten years of Toro I've been teaching UNLV and University School of. Medicine so I I teach but I'm relatively new in, the classroom setting where you. Learn the student's names and you know you call them etc and I got some. Great. Kids, some great kids. So. Yesterday I was lecturing and? I love the lectured so. We'd like to was fascinating and, was like really. Super get Suge And apparently. There's all these new things that teachers can have. When they lecture and. I don't know. If you knew this but we don't really use chalkboards anymore or whiteboards blackboards we don't. Use those, anymore, and that's how I thought I thought? You know like you do a? Math problem you know you hear that you, hear the sound of the chalk you know and then when you want to emphasize something chalk against the. Door so you care, the one you go blue book I've always liked chalkboards blackboards was interesting so there's been all these renovations at, the. University of Maduro and the IT, people were they're. Going well what do you want for the cameras do. You need the dot camera do you need the multiple camera angle Harris I, didn't do my makeup and just lecturing to, the kids I didn't really put lipstick on really we have cameras and yeah they. Have cameras so the students could watch, the lecture, and later time I'm like oh. Really this, is gonna be setting in history what I say I, mean I, I say a lot of stuff off the cuff released this is. Going to now there's going to be there's going. To be evidence of. My lecture Lord. Adversity so somebody wants to know how good I teach there's a proof but what's fascinating. Is rather than, a rather than a chalkboard there's I? Think there's something called dot camera? Where there's this arm next to the computer That faces down Could right I never remember the. Old school overhead projectors that. We had remember our remember my physics teacher was. My geometry teacher her. Name was MRs I don't remember her name Had to be in it or just use the name with v. I don't remember but anyway she was my. Physics and my geometry teacher so I didn't like her at all because those. Were like too. Hard classes and he would sit there there would be some clear piece of. Paper she had these pens and then the pan would always dry, out and, you I hate it somebody using a pen that wasn't strong enough with the Inca yet to strange then finally should get a new pen, because the Scottsdale school district you know took forever to get new, peds and it's similar to that though the you can put a. Piece. Of paper and I forgot to do and I wanted to where. You can put a piece of paper you could. Draw on the paper. And that everybody can see This is the technology we have also if you want, to perform something like a dissection or a osteopathic manipulative modality or, something there are cameras so everybody could see what's going on Down at the. Front of the class that is very very cool but see here's my concern, I can't draw I don't have a lot of. Talents and the one I, really lack is drawing artistry and so, if I actually drew something that they would capture that on camera. People could see if. They could make a mean. And I find it. Very very interesting because I. Love to teach but. Now there's all these things you gotta think about your camera people can watch it they can show their, spouse like I, always talk I always make mother-in-law jokes Brother-in-law jokes And, it just it just makes, you think. You know and so I I think I've, excelling to. The teaching world Ex. Just a, little, too, high tech for me one. Eight seven seven five. 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06:47 min | 2 years ago

"university nevada" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Day we got lady who I guess lost. Her contact in her I Sorry this. Is the, news I'm giving you guys a news and. They found it twenty eight years later do we really have to. Review contact once care I don't want, to review, contact, let's scare, but we'll talk a little. Bit, about it we. Have a recall of two thyroid. Medications from what I'm hearing maybe again based in a Chinese. Manufacturer So, we're gonna talk about that About how many places at work don't allow you to donate six days to your co-worker will luckily one place did we have a Florida teacher who is battling cancer and his. Coworkers, showered him. With sick days very. Very cool wanna talk about that I just think that's so awesome. When things. Go well at work all right I get, this news about vaping damaging the lungs we need to reiterate that. They'd be not be, the safest thing out there I, know that's kind of scary for a lot of you, because you're sitting there on your jewel as we speak but we need to talk about that measles measles outbreak we've known about that for a while but the CDC is now monitoring it in over twenty one states we'll talk about measles not just. All, about the. Rash then I'll know. How much you guys know about elephants but they say elephants rarely. Get cancer And that's interesting because, one of the biggest animals out there And I say that's kind of interesting because when we look at humans Remember I told you how short men. Are more risk for heart disease but taller men or Morton's for cancer and we didn't, know why unless maybe it was the growth hormone when they were. Kids they're taller or maybe, it's because they have more of an organ so the. Larger the organ the more chance of there, being cells that go rogue but then you have elephants That one of the biggest. Animals on the planet and, they rarely get cancer and they say it's thanks to. Something called a zombie gene So we're going to talk about that we're, also going to give you guys the best hospitals in America Bo talks and that's just the first seven I'm Jay So for those that have any questions and you do we'll get your. Emails go to go to irradiate, Dr, diet, dot com you could, call, it, a. One eight seven seven dhaka-delhi one eight, seven seven zero see the l. so before we begin I. Just gotta I. Are there any teachers in house because I've been a teacher for years apparently I've. Been a professor in some capacity. For touro university Nevada for ten? Years I knew this because. Linked it sent some sort, of a message, to everybody saying, I'm celebrating to, work anniversary I've been in radio almost ten, years about nine and a half years in radio I know it. Doesn't show okay when, will I finally look like I know what I'm doing I guess maybe ten years as you know is the, charm. I don't know but with teaching, doing it over. Ten years I've been teaching at the university of out, of school of medicine. So I I teach but I'm relatively new in the, classroom setting where you learn the student's names and you know you call. Them etc and I got some, great, kids, some great kids so, yesterday, I, was. Lecturing and I love the lecture we'd, like to fascinated And I was like really see forget, super. And apparently there's all these new, things that teachers. Can have when they lecture and I don't know if. You knew this but We don't really use chalkboards, anymore or whiteboards blackboards we don't use those, anymore And. That's how, I thought I thought you know like you do a, math problem, you know you hear that you hear the, sound of the chalk you know. And then when you want to emphasize something, you? Bang chunk. Against, the door so you care the one. And you go. Boo boo book yeah I just I've always liked. Chalkboards blackboards it was interesting so there's been all. These, renovations at the university I'm aditorial and? The IT people where they're going? Well what do you want for the cameras do? You need the dot camera do you need the multiple. Camera angle and cameras I didn't do my makeup just lecturing to, the kids, I didn't really. Put any lipstick on really where we have cameras and yeah they have, cameras, he? Also the students could watch the lecture and. Later time I'm. Like oh, really this is going to be setting in history what I say I mean I I say a lot of stuff off the cuff for at least this is going to now. There's going to be there's going to be evidence, of my, lecture Lord adversity so somebody wants to know how good I teach there's proof but what's fascinating is rather than A rather than a chalkboard there's. I think there's so they call it dot camera, where there's, this arm next to the computer That phases down that you. Could write I never. Remember the old school overhead projectors that we had remember. Our, remember my physics teacher was my geometry teacher her name was MRs I don't remember her name Had a be in it or maybe I. Just use the name with I don't remember. But anyway she was my physics and my geometry teacher so I didn't like her at all because those were like too hard classes and she would sit there there would be some clear piece of paper she had these pens and then, the pad, would always dry out and you hate somebody using. A pen that wasn't strong enough with the Inca yet to strain. To see then finally should get a new pen. Because the Scottsdale school. District you know took forever You. Know to get new peds and it's similar to that though but you can put a piece of paper and I forgot to do it I wanted to where you can put a piece of paper you could draw on the paper and, then everybody, could see This is the technology we have also if you want to. Perform something like a dissection or a osteopathic manipulative modality or. Something there are cameras so everybody could see what's going on Down at the end. Of the class that it's very. Very cool let's see here's my concern I can't draw I don't have a lot of talents and the, one I really, lack is drawing and artistry and so If I actually drew something then they would. Capture that on camera. People could see if they. Could make a mean. And I find it very, very interesting because I love, to teach, but now, there's all these things, you got to think about, your on. Camera people can watch it they could show their spouse like I always, talk I. Always make. Mother-in-law jobs I'll. They show their. Spouses mother-in-law jokes you know and and it just it.

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04:57 min | 2 years ago

"university nevada" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Lived in New, York for a year I should've maybe have more experience with guys I should've maybe spent more. Time with my husband before we started family so then there's all, sorts of things that you go back on should I have should I, have, and then I stopped my cell phone no because if I would, have waited one more day to get pregnant. I think my kids would have been different You know I mean I it took an act of God for that exact egg with that exact sperm to make. My kids I really think of the different sperm I could have, had to completely different kids and I tell my kids I wonder if, they, give me bad like oh man I wish I know I was, daddy gave me different sperm and I guess I don't know what to say to that Told you one, of my kids years ago it was. Like I, must? Have been a good swimmer I'm like what He, goes, for me to, be born I had to have been. A, good swimmer right in the sperm. And I said yeah and you, know both of, you guys are good swimmers yeah that's. What we, thought That's weird. Thing, to think about that You know I used to try to, say they came out of my tummy, they know, they know, I- graphic graphic but we're you know They go on to medical school they. They gotta know how you know they came out I. Just didn't show the pictures I tell you my son one day needed, a picture he, calls me a. Frantically for your book going mom I need a picture of. Me when I was a baby like now first of all. I'm at, work you told me not to put baby pictures of you up. So I do not have a. Baby picture, of, you around he's like but I need a. Picture of me when I was a baby like you've got. To find, something I'm like well I was supposed to get a PC automate, so there's a picture of you coming, out and, about together Never mind click Nightmare for. Weeks So okay do I? Have a point he has to, have a. Point. I, think yeah yeah Give your kids pictures of MVP born this way they don't bother you for baby dictators the point I'm, saying is you get to a point in your. Life. Where you're going to start? To go should I have or, I wish. I. Did And. You, this, whole, idea. Of a bucket list I think it's been improperly. Used everybody says a bucket list of. Something you need to do before you die yeah but it applies you do that when you're older when you, get a diagnosis? None no no no no You need to? Have. On, that, bucket, list Things that, you can do now like with the family if there's something, you always wanted to do with the family you do that. Now because those kids are gonna grow up It's, not just something that, you wanted to do personally is what are things you want, to do if you've never been to DisneyWorld make it happen Well you know money and you know we're already a dad I'm telling you right now if you're already a debt what's another few hundred dollars You know I teach. Medical students, at Troy university Nevada and many. Of them are, freaked out because you know medical students come out of school with high, student loans I mean that's, just the, reality of it and you know. Many of them are concerned how, quickly they could pay off their, loans and I tell. Them luck you know I don't own everything I have, my house is still mortgaged I'm still, paying car, payments you end up, always on borrowed money yeah you may have? Some money in savings you? May own your piece of furniture you may. Own but, you're always going to be in debt. It's very foreign to previous generations. My parents, always said if you can't afford it, you, don't fight you know sticking on a credit card which, kind of makes us to me if I can't afford. You know, this piece of furniture why would. I put on, a credit card if I can't afford it can't afford it and credit, cards teach you oh yeah, you can, because you gonna make payments I. Make payments for seventy percent No no, no no still can't afford it and. On top of seventeen percent but You Realize that life is short and your time with your kids or with your parents is short and you won't get that time. Back that is something that's going to be permanent, debt not permanent, time and you know Taking a vacation off you know I think it's worth it so something to think about all right another woman. Dies after giving infection from a dog lick don't, go away we'll, be right back Seven I'm David hall founder of diamond Gusset where we're proud of.

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02:02 min | 2 years ago

"university nevada" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"About all of this and of course the color pomegranates as well and the history behind that film like the fact that it be it had been reedited and and so on so i finally managed to see a video cassette the films sometime later because it didn't been released by this company called affects in the us which distributed most of the soviet films at that time and i was again just completely bold away by the film even though the video cassette wasn't very good just because the images and the and the music and editing and everything we're just so unique for this particular film i developed kind of an obsession with it so a few years later the armenian version of the film which was touted as the so called director's cut showed at the af i film festival in los angeles and i was really crestfallen because i couldn't go to la to see it and then one of my friends said well why don't you bring it to las vegas so i did you know through the film studies department there we arranged for a special screening in town and so that was around the time that i was thinking about what to do with my life and i met this professor at emory university where i am now i told him about the screening that i was doing he he'd come to he'd come to the university nevada las vegas to give a lecture on central asian cinema and again he showed some really interesting films so struck up a conversation with him afterwards and he invited me to apply for graduate school and then i just embarked on this course to really study par john off and this film in particular and what thing led to another i got my phd i published this book on par john off a few years back and i'm you know still continuing to do projects around this because it's just such a huge topic it's basically a lifelong task of understa.

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"university nevada" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"university nevada" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Lots of people get the this is on something that used to be get it used to be a kind of taboo and people were various you know nowadays i can just go and get it treated and unfortunately what the apathy or with the lackadaisical attitude toward it you know it's i think we're spreading it more and more yeah yeah the rates are going up rather than down and as it becomes more resistant if you can't treat it then you've really got a problem right because then you can't stop the transmission that they used to they used to use silver nitrate and they used to do your injections thanks yeah i mean they still do i think almost if not every state i think it's every state is is compelled by law to treat newborn babies with silver nitrate on the is because if the mother has gonorrhea the baby can actually lose their become blind from the infection the the bug gets into their eyes that's that's something that happens all kind of automatically yeah just so that your children aren't visited by you know your permissibility or whatever so that's good but silver nitrate has its own issues and you can't really use it to treat the body because the it'll kill off you know other bugs as well and a lot of those are are necessary so vast knowledge in microbiology and we're speaking to dr karadzic's associate professor tore university nevada you know if we keep making these antibiotics these bugs get smarter and smarter what would you think the next best way to treat something like this would be well i my own research is on looking at these little viruses that like to attack and kill bacteria kind of like you know flu gets us most bacteria have these little things called bacteria phases which are basically viruses of bacteria and so we know there are a lot of them out there there's supposedly about ten of these little suckers for every every bacteria sell out there globally so massive numbers but there's not a whole lot known about them other than just a few so we know there are some that will attack tb for instance there's a huge research effort in pittsburgh to look at bacterial fudges of mycobacterium tuberculosis and there's some other things too and they still and they actually use it bacteria pfizer's clinical treatments in parts of eastern europe and.

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"university nevada" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"university nevada" Discussed on WRVA

"Buying experience some features not available in all states eta another gorgeous weather day starting cooler than average with a little patchy fog then mostly sunny today's high with low humidity at seventy five seventy eight for tomorrow with a sunny day that we climb for thursday and friday into the mid '80s temperatures way above average for the end of the week and then we stay there on saturday from nbc twelve produce radio eleven forty w r v a major free from the beers and 100 i come weather center mostly clear in fifty and sharp newsradio eleven forty w rva timing is 702 las vegas along with the nation in mourning after gunmen opened fire with automatic weapons from a hotel room on a concert you're currently standing at five twenty seven for individuals injured and individuals that have died or passed away fifty nine a vigil at the university nevada in las vegas a doctor talking about how overwhelm they were was nonstop surgery after surgery angela 435 o'clock among the carnage stories of strangers helping the wounded this guy says another man came to his aid after he was shot an electric my belt he life whose firefighter from la talking about helping the injured at the scene everybody was coming together to try to work i mean there's people sitting there that wouldn't leave people there were shot and strained in and he said investigators trying to figure out why 64yearold steven paddock decided to go on a killing rampage his brother eric who was interviewed for more than four hours by police israel mylan oh boy former fbi profiler tell cbs news patrick who killed himself as a swatting posed him probably planned the attack for a long time who had a view of the concert um and he probably had gone to other rooms and cells specifically this room so there was surveillance that likely occurred before the savant a couple from prince george was at the concert brand to and large johnson were not injured but virginia beach couple was not so lucky allison crew hit once and her boyfriend andrew camp was shot twice both had surgery and are doing fine in the wake of the shooting virginia blood sir mrs and the red cross say they need blues radio eleven forty w r president trump has to puerto rico today to meet with first responders and residents of the.

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"university nevada" Discussed on The Morning Roast

The Morning Roast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"university nevada" Discussed on The Morning Roast

"You know he he was getting very involved in a lot of issues you check of social media feet very much involved the black lives matter so i don't know if it necessarily with them the message would have changed i did have a relationship with cabinet going all the way back to the senior boeing has coming at of university nevada so when i would see him in the lockerrooms you a talk when i would see him at certain functions we will talk so there was absolutely a level of trust there with him i also think because of the credibility i've established cabin commitee with his teammates for years with a frank wars of the world with vern davis's the will mark the talk with me it wasn't just gonna be like some explosive i'm doing this to make myself with better for the big story i've covered in ethics and so if you read the original article it's funny because it go back and read it from timetotime because some of the reactions and stuff i hear people talk about that as a if you go back and you listen to his original message it is so one point it is so well thought out um and he hasn't wavered from anything he said back event and it's just we talk for a long time after the game was a 10minute interview we talked about ten minutes afterwards he are meeting a fifth year old man him vein is is mid20s and he he knew he knew this is going to be explosive right uh he understood that he could lose his career in his endorsements over this he said so public i don't know if you necessarily expected with you at this point.

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"university nevada" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"university nevada" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"You know he he was getting very involved in a lot of issues you check of social media feet very much involved the black lives matter so i don't know if it necessarily with them the message would have changed i did have a relationship with cabinet going all the way back to the senior boeing has coming at of university nevada so when i would see him in the lockerrooms you a talk when i would see him at certain functions we will talk so there was absolutely a level of trust there with him i also think because of the credibility i've established cabin commitee with his teammates for years with a frank wars of the world with vern davis's the will mark the talk with me it wasn't just gonna be like some explosive i'm doing this to make myself with better for the big story i've covered in ethics and so if you read the original article it's funny because it go back and read it from timetotime because some of the reactions and stuff i hear people talk about that as a if you go back and you listen to his original message it is so one point it is so well thought out um and he hasn't wavered from anything he said back event and it's just we talk for a long time after the game was a 10minute interview we talked about ten minutes afterwards he are meeting a fifth year old man him vein is is mid20s and he he knew he knew this is going to be explosive right uh he understood that he could lose his career in his endorsements over this he said so public i don't know if you necessarily expected with you at this point.

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