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Problem Solving Gut Health Nuances With Dr. Tim Jackson
"Hello hello. Hello welcome to another edition and the rules. Podcast where we talked about quieting the noise and health food and fitness world. Today's super pumped. Dr tim jackson in the house and dr. Tim is a doctor of physical therapy. He received his undergraduate degree and how science and chemistry from wake forest before going on to get his dp at the medical university of south carolina and he is a fellow functional medicine brother from the allied healthcare space and after realizing that main therapy and orthopedic care only help some of his patients. He began studying functional and environmental medicine as well as digestive health and ever to help them. Holistically achieve wellness not just focusing on the physical or the symptoms externally. But helping them also heal internally. Which is a big part of my own journey as well in occupational therapy space so really pumped to have you on the show. Dr tim and excited just talk about some of the nuances that you see in really healing journey specifically digestive healing journey that such a wild west. We're just talking about gut held in general. Most people listening to this. Podcast are very aware that the gut is the gateway to hell and yet it's just a little bit overwhelming when we say like okay. Just feel the gotten everything else. Kinda can get better seemingly gets better but what does that in. Because a lot of sense people are already eating clean but not necessarily feeling much better So excited to dive in. And i guess we'll just start with your story first and foremost always like to get to know you a little bit. Better tell us what really catalyzed you to get into this work that you're doing so i went to undergrad at wake forest university which you mentioned and took all the pre med classes organic chemistry silom molecular biology physics and i did very well academically and i was doing preceptory ships at the wing force. Medical school and one of the residents pulled me aside. He's like i can tell you're into working out nutrition and you're not gonna get any of that med school is like i know you can do it academically but you're going to get frustrated constantly. You know with what you're being held in you know. They never even mentioned nutrition that sort of thing and so he said just give a ticket. Play games did a doctorate in some health care field and so i did that and always studying medicine in on the side in my free time and so when i graduated two thousand nine i was in incorporate some the basics of that and now they're more. Dt's doing that realizing that. A lot of orthopedic issues muscles gov issues or to the internal imbalances.
Black Doctors Use Social Media To Share Accurate Information About COVID-19 Vaccine
"The American public is hesitant to get a covert 19 vex. That number goes up to a third of Black Americans, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation poll last month. Hesitancy is rooted in real mistreatment and fanned by myths and misinformation, as NPR's Ping Wang reports some black doctors or finding creative ways to encourage vaccine acceptance. Well, very few vaccine safety problems have been reported. A lot of rumors are still floating online doctor Krista Marie Coleman has been tackling Cove admits on Tic Tac. She's the family physician in Orlando, and she describes one of the recent short video she made to counter misinformation. So yeah, so with the video I I'm using a trending song that people can relate to and as we can here with the song, it says, no, That's not true. So I say the covert vaccine will make you infertile, and I say that's not true. She posted the top second video in early December, and it's been viewed more than half a million times. And then I do a dance at the end, which people can relate to as well. A recent study published in the annals of Internal Medicine, like that public Health Message is geared at communities of color. Learn. It showed that black Americans are more receptive to information. If it comes from black doctors like Coleman. For some people, it means a lot when it comes from someone who looks like them. When it comes from someone who speaks like them. But only 5% of physicians in the U. S are black. Robert Drummond is another black doctor that's turned to social media to share accurate information. More broadly, he's an urgent care physician in Los Angeles, and in a recent Instagram live chat, he noted another big reason why people are wary of covert vaccines. With TV actor Dondre Whitfield's first Let me start by acknowledging the mistrust and acknowledging and understanding that there actually is a very real basis for that mistrust Well, said this deep distrust because that to the history of medical experimentation on slaves. It also goes back to the mid 19 hundreds when black men were deliberately not treated for syphilis. So researchers could see what would happen and it comes up to the present day. Just last week, a black doctor named Susan Moore died from covert 19 after alleging poor treatment at the hospital. When she asked for more pain medication, she said her white doctor made her feel like a drug addict. In the Instagram chat. Drummond pointed to a survey a couple years ago showing that a lot of doctors still wrongly believe that African Americans have a higher tolerance for pain. Everything from the top. We have thicker skin than two. We have a reduced we haven't heightened pain threshold so we don't need as much medication. This thing This is not from 19 hundreds. This is right in the 19 sixties. This is from the lake to thousands right now. As a black man, his part of the medical establishment, Drummond says his job is not to tell people to get vaccines. And said he wants to help people make their own informed decisions. But not everyone lives online. Alison Matthews, a sociologist at Wake Forest University, is researching how to increase trust in covert vaccines. In addition to the Internet, we've used conference wines as well, Azaz Mailed stuff out to people. You have to meet people where they are, in whatever level of communication is the most convenient for them. Matthew says that beyond black doctors, there are other community leaders that are trusted for advice. She works with black church leaders and sororities and civil rights groups. To generating trust in the health system is not a new challenge in the black community, says Dr Lisa Cooper, who directs the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Equity. Even before Cove, it 19 came up. A lot of the work that I did to try to address disparities in health care was focused on Having African Americans and people who are traditionally not given the sense of power and control in their healthcare play a more active role. For Cooper. The challenge is not just about overcoming vaccine hesitancy. It's for the medical community to learn how to build real trust. Ping
"wake forest university" Discussed on Talking To Change - A Motivational Interviewing podcast
"Good friend of ours and colleague part of the network motivation viewing network trainers on, so we're welcoming. Peter Reeves to the podcast today. Low Peter get started with background and tell us a bit about who you are shared. Hey, seven Glen. It's awesome to be on the PODCAST. I've really enjoyed it. Listen to every episode. Episode I believe and I just think you're doing a great job. I can't believe that I. I guess I'm excited to be a part of it. I went to school and studied psychology at Wake Forest University. Which is where I now work, but it's been sort of a circuitous route to get back to that university. I studied psychology wasn't quite sure what I wanted to be when I grew up I. think that's typical for that developmental stage, but I knew that I liked school really like psychology so I went from my undergraduate work at wake forest to A. Program in social psychology, and that was at the University of Delaware there I studied social behavior and did a lot of work in a research lab very much enjoyed it. And one summer had an opportunity to take a part time job for a little extra cash working in a one on one behavioral support position with kids in a community or experiencing behavioral challenge of of one sort or another, and I absolutely fell in love and. Assert reevaluated my my direction, and although I loved my research trajectory. I found a passion and working with individuals in a more more direct way, and decided to follow that so around two, thousand, two, thousand, one I embarked on what ended up being around sixteen year career in public behavioral health, working with people who had needs related to substance, use mental illness, intellectual and developmental disabilities primarily around helping get them connected to services. They need to be. Be supported the community. It started as a direct service role and grew more into systems management manage care some training helping shape some policy, and so it went really from micro focus to to more of McAfee says five years ago I decided to do a little less traveling with my work and stick closer to home, and so one day sat my computer and I googled. Motivational interviewing jobs, Winston Salem North Carolina and up, opt my alma mater and a job within the office of wellbeing, and there was a lot about that that appealed to me number one. They knew what motivational interviewing was and valued it enough to put it in an ad, and at that point I had developed quite a passionate interest around motivational interviewing. Also I I didn't know what an office of wellbeing did, but it sounded really good to me, and it was at a place where it's university where I attended as an Undergrad and so in many ways it felt like home to me and ended up only. Only being two miles from my home, so the lots of happy synergy there in that discovery was made for you. It felt that way and the role was was an interesting one to me. In addition to sort of a general focus on developing wellbeing within the university context, it was really focused on supporting students in making healthier decisions in other words harm reduction related to alcohol and other drugs, so it was in an area with which I was familiar, but a little bit of a different target population than the public behavioral health work that I had done previously to. There's enough there to entice you to. Stretch. Your development was part of your own ongoing journey. There was something familiar, but venue and excited about it as well on scientic from what you're saying. Is that your journey psychology Turkey to place where in some ways you was like you're exploring the patterns of people's behavior, but when you met the people. That's what led GOP. One work directly with him an overtime and went to not necessarily backward as far as the pottage, but to mechanics of to. Influence groups of people and organizations, and here you are again in that realm working with individuals, but also within the systems. So you mentioned your relationship with motivation to vent paternity that came up and wake forest to practice and use it. Why did you discover am I and to what was it about it that the tracking you so much along that journey in the sixteen years of working in public behavioral, health. I was doing a lot of work and most of my tasks. Were based in this idea of general behavior. Change Helping folks that were experiencing challenges in their life. Helping connect them to resources and and helping to support them accessing the resources available to them to get to where they wanted to get, which is a theme that we're really familiar with and motivational interviewing. At some point in my career and I can't tell you exactly when it was or where I was working, one of my employers sent me to motivational interviewing training, and that's all I remember about it. I remember that I went to a training, and for whatever reason it didn't stick with me. It didn't become part of my my every day or or my consciousness fast forward towards the. The end of that period I was working with this amazing organization based here in North Carolina in the states that's called community care of North Carolina if you're not familiar. I really suggests listeners check it out as as a model of sort of managed care in a public health. Setting my role, there was integrating the behavioral health care for individuals into the physical.
"You've got shared lady Gaga. Britney Spears Arianna they're all gay icons albeit very straight away ladies and I wanted to know who is the next straight white lady GAY ICON SO I deep coma from Thomas. Who's my pop culture expert? He's in the know to find out who that gay icon could be. Oh Yeah it's too early to label duleep. I mean she's fine. I guess she is a Grammy Award. Winning best new artist. Thank you know why I'm hype and so much but I mean my clear pop icon will forever be. Gino is all right next question number four. There's this stereotype that has long permeated lesbian culture. And it's that Lesbians Love Cameo in fact auto straddle did a survey about it and found that lesbians are more likely to own cats than any other group of People. I wouldn't know as I myself am a dog bisexual so I hit up Dr Rachel Cordesman. Visiting professor in women's Gender and Sexuality Studies at Wake Forest University. She curated an exhibition all about lesbians in cats by Harry. Cats have a lot of associations with southern entity and often kind of dangerous or deviant forms of feminine any so because of Lake Association so cats switches association so flake cats even with like pejorative terms for China after the nineteen seventies the sort of a defiant reclamation of cats with an different lesbians cultures lesbian feminist for reclaiming hats and now furthering this educational moment our final coup weary question number. Five is a question that I talk to. You Parker. Yes and thank you for making my next family. Thanksgiving more awkward. You're welcome you told me. Queer people love soup and you wanted to know why in so I went and asked my sweet sweet. Got Sister The undercut champion Baltimore. Why Queer people are so obsessed with soup she would. She said Parker. That's what I thought. I know. That's not a thing. Okay first of all you're making. It seem like us. Queers put soup on a pedestal. I'm just saying that UH squares like to eat some soup. I'm always being invited to sue cooking. Parties Soup potlucks. Even soup exchanges. But I mean everyone loves soup. It's delicious and it's cheap. But then I talked to my friend Kiana and Shalit's me and passionate messages like this. Why do I like soup so much? Let me tell you. Even though they look so easy and simple they could take hours almost like you know romancing a lesbian the seasonally simple but in actuality extremely hard true true but also Parker. I have a confession. I actually don't like soup what I don't like. It would have been good information to know about weeks ago. Well it still even though I don't like soup is still something I was curious about. And it's still something that holds up. I'm just a special anomaly. Okay versus So it's not a thing you have in previous Leslie. I coming up one more investigation from and it is a doozy Nancy. We'll be right back. No one is carrying soup around
New Cases in China Appear to Be Slowing
"Like new virus cases in China have again declined up just three hundred ninety four in the last twenty four hours with another one hundred fourteen people reporting reported to have died from this illness there's been twenty one hundred deaths now in China out of about seventy five thousand cases now the overall spread of the virus appears to be slowing but we are told that the situation remains severe and who bay province and its capital Han where this virus was first detected so we're going to go to Wuhan because a doctor is ang sweetie is a professor emeritus of Wake Forest University medical school in North Carolina he's been in this country for about forty five of his sixty three years at went back home to visit his wife's parents for the judge denied lunar new year celebrations and got stuck there when the lockdown occurred so we want to find out from me he is a doctor and his
"wake forest university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Five joules of energy from a single first that they're quite see two to five watts of power which control the front and we are now connecting it a little jump yeah all the staff and it's so this special floors charge my phone up and I'm going to keep working on it so that I can power my next cool to professor David Carroll at Wake Forest University in the USA he has developed an electricity generating front brake cold power felt somewhat is stats power felt there's a fabric that generates power from two different sources of energy on your body so as you walk around the two things that happen first of all you use energy for mobility for the Connecticut RG if that's what moves you forward but then of course your muscles also he doc what powerful dies is it taps into both of those sources at the same time one of these materials is a formal a lecture material now if you Majed for instance up a bar of metal you grab one and up right underneath your hand the electrons are going to get warm and then move rather fast because they're warm the other end of course is still cool so the electrons they'll rush to the other side that causes a voltage we call that a formal voltage and we can use that to generate power to do things to do work the other thing is what's known as a P. A.'s so the ETS those are like quartz crystals when you push on the crystal we squeeze on this thing that atomic structure disa ranges it's self in a way that puts negative charge on one side of the crystal positive charge in the other now on that yet so he said and some electric energy to generate much power days.
"wake forest university" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"At Wake Forest University John happy holidays and thanks for joining us I'm glad to be with you all so you guys are playing your bowl game pinstripe bowl here in New York City how do you wake forest coaches players the ministry is how do you celebrate the holidays when you're on the road for football game the entire week well for college football program there's nothing better than being on the road during the holidays that's me that means you've accomplished something you you you want a certain number of games you play your way into our our reward situation in terms of the ball game and so college football families coaches in the families better they're used to being on the road and they want to be on the road to stop particular moment in time it also gives us a person whose family has gone up in college athletics in your kids coming into the pattern of of Christmas is a little bit different you know you might get a hotel somewhere you know Santa Claus yet to figure that out for for depending on age your kids are it whether Santa Claus is coming to the house and leave and stuff for whether Santa Claus is gonna follow the planes to wherever you are but it's it's it's a really need time it a lot of great relationships are formed as as kids kids of coaching staff for kids of administrators you'll get to know each other at at functions in a different field so it's different than a traditional holiday season but if you're in this enterprise it's where you want to be if you're gonna go to Yankee Stadium the first time you should do it on the subway and you should do it on the four train which comes out doors and up and then you approached the stadium do you think about things like that or is it just whatever we just need to get there if we take a bus we take a bus absolutely in fact I went to the pinstripe bowl that they were in trouble in two thousand ten when I was out of character can't the stage for the first trouble was not.
"wake forest university" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"With John curry athletic director at Wake Forest University John happy holidays and thanks for joining us thank god that I'm glad to be with you all so you guys are playing your bowl game pinstripe bowl here in New York City how do you wake forest coaches players in ministry is how do you celebrate the holidays when you're on the road for football game the entire week well for college football program there's nothing better than being on the road during the holidays that's me that means you've accomplished something you you you want a certain number of games he I play your way into our our reward situation in terms of a ball game and so college football families coaches in the families they're they're used to being on the road and they want to be on the road to stop particular moment in time it also gives them as a person whose family has gone up in college athletics you know your kids can get into a pattern of of Christmas is a little bit different you know you might get a hotel somewhere you know Santa Claus yet to figure that out for for depending on age your kids are it was a Santa Claus is coming to the house and leave and stuff for water Santa Claus within a follow the planes to wherever you are but it's so it's it's a really need time yeah a lot of great relationships are formed as as kids kids of coaching staff for kids of administrators you'll get to know each other at at functions and it didn't feel so it's different than a traditional holiday season but if you're in this enterprise it's where you want to be if you're gonna go to Yankee Stadium the first time you should do it on the subway and you should do it on the four train which comes out doors and up and then you approached the stadium do you think about things like that or is it just whatever we just need to get there if we take a bus we take a bus absolutely in fact I went to the pinstripe bowl that they were in trouble in two thousand ten when I was athletic director can't the stage for the first trouble was not.
Moths Flee or Face Bats Depending on Toxicity
"About twelve thousand species of Tiger Tiger Moth Earth. Some of them swoop and dive out of harm's way when Hungary bat tries to make them a meal but other tiger moth species are more blase I say they just don't bother to flee from Hungary bats and I really just wanted to know why why the difference what factors might be influencing whether a species. She's is more or less likely to perform these. Evasive maneuvers. Wake Forest University behavioral ecologist. Nick Dowdy he says it's a matter of taste i. Some of the malls are delicious but others are toxic and tastes terrible when the airborne predators catch these unappetizing moths. They'll spit them out. Giving bring the insects a new lease on life in a field experiment dowdy and his colleague William Connor filmed health five different species of tiger. Moths responded to bat attacks. Ax and what we found. was that those species which were really toxic so when the bats captured them they almost never ate them. Those species are much more likely likely to be. What we call nonchalance species that do not perform evasive maneuvers very often on the other hand species that were really palatable? We're much more likely to perform those evasive maneuvers. Almost in a sense sort of hedging their bets because if they don't make that escape if they are captured by a bat those species these are more likely to be another factor. Is that evasive maneuvers. have their own set of risks which may be why unpalatable. Moths tend to avoid them for for example diving away from Bats Burns fuel gives the insects less time to seek out mates and could expose them to other perils such as getting stuck in water or there could be predators on the ground like mice and other mammals the study is in the Journal. Frontiers in ecology and evolution. Doughty is now trying to identify The chemical compounds responsible for making some tiger. Moths taste bad wants. Those findings are in chemical analysis of museum. Specimens could help reveal l. how rare endangered or even extinct insects have behaved around predators. Study animal behavior even without a living organism. That's pretty amazing. Other animals with conspicuous warning signals such as garishly coloured poison dart frogs and foul smelling skunks are also tone to be slow. Movers perhaps a few deadly toxic or just plain stink can pay to be
"wake forest university" Discussed on 1075 KZL
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"wake forest university" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"If we could only to lose trading in Greensboro five forty at Bradford parkway don't miss this summer's main event the Winston Salem open August seventeenth through the twenty fourth at Wake Forest University see this year's HEP stars imagine the US open series built for glory tickets on sale now at Winston Salem open dot com I am the mother of the bride I even if she Josh honestly I don't know what she sees in him though he did distance to suggest peppermint catering I think the parties to business events gear by peppermint and everything was fantastic I guess it's possible Josh isn't so bad make if your planning an offensive leave the catering to remove afternoon catering dot com the home depot is making finding your color in choosing the right page easier than ever if curated pallets of this year's most popular colors and you pay selection tools online and in store you can confidently select your color the tools for your next project now get a colorful new experience with the home depots paid expertise and selection of top quality brands colors and finishes get your pay project done right with gallons of Behr premium plus from just twenty four ninety eight at the home depot more saving more doing US only see store for details not lifting heavy things because you're worried about your back in and say because you're like as of eighteen eighty she's in good man in my game right that is not I want it to be both so I don't mind hard to improve my mental capability but it's very difficult grains like us you the there's hardly any room for expansion the more one oh seven five KCL I see this something you're trying to hide reach for your Honda this call to the way again what's on your then use start to tremble a new voice begins to cigarettes friends say it does you messages and I know it was in rock video was messing with my head.
"wake forest university" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"This is not Wake Forest University this is the big platform this is the United States of America all that rubbish from the university's falls by the wayside and so I believe that Biden is a serious threat I believe the Biden stops attacking white males have by the stops attacking for quote phony nationalism if he gets on board with some of trump's policies which already is doing that out talking about a wall believe it or not they're gonna pedal the same lie that we had last time that they're gonna give us a wall the gonna give is this if they say that Silicon Valley will pay their fair share taxes they're going to win but I doubt that they will a friend of mine sent me a syllabus for local community college that's very big on dreamers you know the dreamers don't you that someone from another country is not a citizen the steals of precious resources that American kids don't get because the dreamers you'd be a dream the two of you correct the country off you also be a dream if you live in a stupid country they gave you something only to give their own children sure you dream she'd be I called every name under the sun if they didn't give you what you're getting for nothing if they saw only woke up to the rip off in all of do gooders were ripping off the country it only cost us forty billion dollars so far for the dreamers I love everything I get every day from these left wing groups stream of this treatment that he meriting kids black white Asian Hispanic they're not dreamers everyone else a dreamer so why someone sent me of course at Sonoma state college would you mail sent it is actually a specially call social justice this could you imagine what this country will be like in ten or twenty years with this kind of crap trash listen to the heads of kids where do I read the syllabus to you now I want you to think about men like Boeing who built the first jetliner being the first commercial jetliner they be not they'll be no Boeing's well I think about the mental built Miami beach who brought a railroad from New York to bring in people they'll be no railroads W. no developments nothing what will be is hate social justice studies required core complete nine point units psych thirty four the psychology of prejudice and discrimination not how to build a better bridge not how to build a better a better title not how to build a better airplane but the psychology of prejudice and discrimination this is so racist it's unbelievable so so thirty race and ethnic relations psych forty introduction to psychology of gender can you imagine if miss the Boeing and forced to take this kind of brainwashing crap counseling twenty complete any combination totaling at least three point oh oh units for the following sex and gender history eighteen point two history of women in the United States since eighteen seventy seven she makes it sound like it's a stork history twenty one race ethnicity and gender in American culture history twenty six history of Chicanos or Latinos make you forty eight to present wow is that kind of racist how bout history of white men for eighty forty eight to present wise not taught history thirty African American history three credits history Mexico three credits psych thirty four how do you get the picture the leftists have destroyed the academy they have destroyed learning they was big destroyed reason the entire Citadelle of reason has been torn apart you know you saw them tearing down the Robert E. Lee statues one way or the other you can side with that but when they tore down civilization itself with this trash that was the beginning of the end of the United States of America and western civilization by the way area to arts in humanities and throw thirty one meso American origins of Latino culture anthro forty three native American art and culture English thirty one African American literature English thirty three Chicano Chicana arts and literature now here it is a great one English thirty six lesbian gay bisexual transgender arts and literature I go on it's just so depressing theater six multi cultural perspectives in American theater do you understand that we cannot have a civilization of its this pointedly absent of civilization per se if you will so segment society like this what you do is destroy it all together that's my opinion I just wanted you to see what they're doing to our children the colleges today social justice studies as a major can you imagine can you imagine how godless this is you speak of god faith and reason social justice studies lack god lacks faith and lacks reason it is pure unadulterated prejudice in plain English I'll be right back savage the savage nation is sponsored by Swiss America the only company I trust with my financial future call eight hundred two eight nine twenty six forty six or Swiss America dot com Hey Mike.
"wake forest university" Discussed on KGO 810
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"wake forest university" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Jason rants Wake Forest university. In North Carolina is hosting a whole bunch of listening sessions, which just they're just meetings. They're called listening sessions because that may be sounds like they're taking into account your feelings. They're listening to you. They hear you. But it's listening sessions for faculty members and staff members who are people of color because they wanna make progress on some of. Their inclusion efforts. This is all according to the college fix now. Part of this is supposedly in response to what students are pretending is white supremacy. They gave me some examples in this piece of what they determine these college students what they determined to be instances of white supremacy, then clouds Instagram post by a student that made a joke about building a wall between their school and across town rival school and because back in the eighties at some point. There was a yearbook photo that included black face and the staff member who was in that photo back in the eighties. Still works at Wake Forest university in two thousand nineteen so on the one hand actually look at something like that and say man, that's white supremacy. Now, cool. I mean, that's not bad. I thought when we talked about white supremacy and racism, I mean, the images and instances in my head our way different than some dude back in the eighties wore black face. But if that's now what we're truly concerned with if that's what we're actually worried about that kind of shows come a really long. Way, and maybe racism, white supremacy is no longer what it once was. So I suppose we should look at that and say class Ethel. But of course, that's not how these folks view white supremacy. They view a due to a photo back in the eighties in black face who no longer does it who disavows it. That's still something that really needs to be approached. We really need to defeat that kind of insidious eight, okay. And so in this case to push inclusion to push tolerance, they're not letting white people attend some of the listening sessions. I'm not making this up. This is rather ridiculous. And I have to understand that they may be think that the optics are going to be bad unless you're another progressive who you really know what we're doing here right now, they didn't respond to any of the questions that the college fix posted opposed to them. But usually when something like this happens, and it happens at colleges all across the country not to just pick on wake force university. Although let's pick on Wake Forest university. The thinking is generally, hey, we need to create some some sort of safe space for people of color to openly express their views because maybe they don't want to express it in front of a white person. Maybe they don't feel comfortable there. Legitimately scared to express it in front of a white personnel. Number one. If anyone at Wake Forest university is terrified like legitimately terrified scared. Heard concerned to voice a concern in front of a white person. Let's find that white person. And let's just make sure they're not an actual racist. And let's make sure at the same time that we're not responding to some sort of self affiliate prophecy, which I suspect is actually the case. When you decide that you're going to create a safe space that keeps it in quitting entire group of people entire demographic of people outside of that space you or telling the world. That it's actually not safe. That those people are not safe that those people are evil, even if you don't believe that this may be precautionary. You don't want to trigger some bad feeling of some interaction that happened in the best understand. You are perpetuating this myth. All white people are bad and all black people. I guess or all Tino, people are all Asian people are all whatever people are too. Snow flaky. To handle. And I don't believe that. I don't believe in this for Jili that the left seems to believe in when it comes to people of color. I I don't believe that. I don't believe that when it comes to any demographic. I believe that we tell people that they should feel fragile because we buy into some ridiculous. Full academic belief of social Justice warriors. I believe that some people believe that this exists, but it's up to us, including by the way, the people who are directly impacted if I was a person of color on this campus. I would say, no, it's okay. I don't need a listening session. Just for me. I'm perfectly comfortable with any of my colleague showing up to one of these meetings. Meanwhile, in Spokane Washington, a comedian from Portland, which I mean, that's kind of funny in itself. Read a comedian from Portland because the only comedy that comes from Portland progressive policies. Well, let's move that aside. This guy's name is Muhannad el-sheikhi. He's filed a complaint with the US customs and border protection. Why because he was pulled off of a bus from Spokane on his way back to Portland he was pulled off this greyhound bus because border patrol thought he had faked documents showing he was a citizen and beyond that, they argue the documents warrant, even correct? These are not the documents that you need. No ashiq. He says, hey, I was profile. I was falsely detained. It was only twenty minutes, by the way. But he wants to make a point out of this. He wants to fight firs, right L. She had just been granted asylum in the US back in two thousand eighteen that's when this happened to originally when I was looking at the store, I was wondering if I don't know did he really just get the asylum last week. And maybe there was some sort of mix up the border patrol agents ordered him to get off the bus as he was preparing to travel back to Portland he said it was interrogated for twenty minutes by agents who contended his papers where fake and that he was in the country illegally. Now, the comedian, of course, because stand up comics likely take what happens in real life and try to turn it into a bit. That's funny in this case, he did just that minus the funny part..
"wake forest university" Discussed on WJR 760
"Compassion for animals live on well, the future, go to delta, rescued dot org slash savage today and make it though nation nations that simple once again, that's delta rescued that auks, lash savage. We are talking today. About Biden's coming out. That's interesting coming out and saying he's going to run for the presidency. And it was a shock poll which said that he's beating Trump. If the poll is accurate, we don't know anything. Politico is involved in his inaccurate and a lie, but just for fun. They said he's beating Trump among registered voters by eight points. I'm asking you. And I have asked you, do you think Biden could be Trump y y b b Trump why or why not? And why did Biden tell Obama not to endorse him? That's very talent. We also know what the extreme progressives on the platform, already communists, lunatic, feminists et cetera. They will attack Biden because he's old line. He's a straight white male. We need diversity. Well, guess what? America's really not ready for the kind of diversity that they're pushing. This is not a college campus in Kansas. This is not Wake Forest university. This is the big platform. This is the United States of America all of that rubbish from the universities falls by the wayside. And so I believe that Vidon is a serious threat. I believe a by stops attacking white males. If Biden stops attacking quote, phony nationalism, if he gets on board with some Trump's policies, which already is doing out talking about a wall believe it or not they're going to peddle the same lie that we had last time that they're going to give us a wall. They're gonna give us this. If they say that Silicon Valley will pay their Fisher taxes, they're going to win. But I doubt.
"wake forest university" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"See you thought segregation something of the past. What is old is new again? Segregation. To promote inclusivity. What do you think I can make that up? You think I can make that up? This is real segregation to promote inclusivity. Metron best to explain Tony cats. Tony cats today. Eight three three got Tony eight three three four six eight eight six six nine Wake Forest university. When of course, they're not allowing people to lie their way into the university through cash payments and bribes. They're hosting a series of listening sessions for faculty and staff of color. That are in the aim. They focus of which is to advance inclusion efforts on campus. Okay. Okay. It's for faculty and staff who identify as faculty staff of color. Not who are. Who I then defy? And. A couple different days. For the staff who identify as staff of color only. Now, the only part is really fascinating. They wanna talk about these listening sessions, but you can't be white and engage in the sessions. Comes amid ongoing racial tension. According to the college fix, and there was a protest Monday where students decried the white supremacy that allegedly runs rampant at the private college. What the the.
"wake forest university" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Of rise package. Love. Hello stale ones. I stepped on how Hello stale ones. I'm so sorry. I did that. Hello stale ones as buddy love. He was a professor on campus to the nutty professor. They original not that bad remake. University. Hosts no whites allowed faculty and staff listening sessions to promote inclusivity. Wake Forest university is hosting a series of what they're calling listening sessions. It's like Frazier crane. They're listening for faculty and staff of color that aim to advance inclusion efforts on campus. I talk about it all the they have no sense of irony. They don't know. What words mean there's I've discovered this overtime the people on the left. They don't understand. A lot of words. What words mean inclusivity is is a word that has actual. Meaning they can look it up in Webster's dictionary don't even have to go to the unabridged dictionary. And they'll find the definition there. And what they're doing here is the opposite of inclusive. I know it's Wake Forest university. And who am I to judge? But but inclusivity isn't defined defined by exclusivity. I just it's kind of unusual. I know they have a very inclusive country club up the road. Where no blacks are Jews are allowed see how it's very inclusive. It's an inclusive club just no blacks, or he knows Spanish speaking, people are or Jewish people that's or gay people, but other than that's very inclusive using the listening sessions come amid ongoing racial tensions on campus. I wonder whether racial tensions come from on campus, including a protest Monday at which some students decried the white supremacy that allegedly runs rampant at the private North Carolina institution. Now, I love campuses are hotbeds of racism anti-semitism, and sexism and homophobia and transphobia around the country. I know this because they're always having issues with it. Constantly it never stops there. Fuck OT on stuff colleagues. This is a reminder about our uncut are upcoming listening sessions on inclusion that I'm holding for faculty and staff of color over the next several weeks. Really just no sense of irony. They don't know what the word irony means. They have had their ability to recognize irony surgically removed or they were born without it's defective. Some kind they literally people on the left. Literally don't understand the concept of irony. There is that who is that a lettuce Morissette is that with the isn't it ironic song with what is she what her ironic things like having a thousand spoons when all you need is a fork says that one of them that's not irony. It's like rain on your wedding day. That's not irony. These are not ironic things. The only thing ironic about the song is the title because there's nothing in the song. That's rennick. Literally don't understand irony. And neither does the the staff and faculty at Wake Forest university. This is what I just read is from the April eighteenth Email from Michelle Gillespie, the dean of the college to campus employees for faculty and staff. Jeff who identify as faculty and staff of color. You don't actually have to call. You just have to identify that way. And I like of color. I think what they mean is what they're driving at is colored people. These are not progressive people. These are not liberals these people are racists, their segregationists. They're bigots. They are dividers and not United and they do it. Of course, all in the name of inclusivity, Monday, April twenty second at four PM in Z Esau roomful seventy six we'll be joined by associate dean, Erica still. I certainly hope she's not white. This is just for they identify and then separately. See they have faculty and staff who identifies faculty and staff of color. They have one meeting and then for staff see there now excluding faculty and separating the staff from the faculty in order to be more divisive..
50 charged in largest college admissions scam ever prosecuted by DOJ
"Fifty people including Hollywood stars, Felicity Huffman and Laurie Lachlan charged in a scheme in which wealthy. Parents allegedly bribed college coaches and other insiders to get their children in the some of the nation's most elite schools. Federal authorities called it the biggest college admission scam ever it's not an explain that later we'll ever prosecuted maybe by the US Justice department with the parents accused of paying an estimated twenty five million dollars in bribes. These parents are a catalog a wealthy and privileged. US? Attorney. Andrew leveling said in announcing the results from an investigation code named operation varsity blues scandal is certain to inflame longstanding complaints that children of the wealthy and well-connected of the inside track in college, admissions sometimes through big timely donations from their parents and that privilege, begets privilege. Oh, sure. All these wealthy. Parents aren't giving five hundred million dollars to pretend that their kids. Play sports. Sure. Sure. See the media just can't control itself. It's got to be a bigger narrative class warfare. Why don't we just stick with the facts? At least nine athletic coaches and thirty-three parents many of them prominent in law, finance or business were among those charged. Dozens including Huffman were arrested by midday. The coaches worked at such schools. As Yale Stanford Georgetown Wake Forest university of Texas university, southern California university of California, Los Angeles. A former Yale soccer coach pleaded guilty and helped build the case against others. Prosecutors said parents paid in admissions consultant from twenty eleven through last month abroad, broad coaches, and administrators to falsely make their children look like star athletes to boost their chances of getting into
"wake forest university" Discussed on Mysterious Universe
"He was from Wake Forest university in North Carolina. He only recently passed away a few years ago, but he believes the characters on the front of the idol a pre Shang Linnea Chinese oh from two thousand BC now he understands language, right? And he claims they give direction. Nhs. They give you directions to locate an orchard and a fishing place, and if a future Chinese travelers through that valley. So it's pretty wheat. And while I was searching him Elliott, I found this obscure article talking about Dr Hinden m Harris junior again, another linguists studying East Asian cultures. He's pasta. Why now, but he has the story of back in nineteen seventy two he was in some random and take shop in Korea. And he. Neely he found he found himself kind of weak like he had to sit down. He was really exhausted for some reason. So he sits down and he finds just next to his seat this primitive ancient map so on hunt. She just kind of unrolls this old map, and it's all in classical Chinese, and it's showing it's showing China, of course. But it's showing the landmasses it's kind of like almost a world map the United Chinese and North America should be. It has this landmass cold. Fhu sung. So the idea that the Chinese came to North America ancient ancient Chinese canton, North America is not a crazy wild idea and most Chinese claim that FU song is a myth. But there's a Chinese classic called the Sean hygiene which dates back to again, twenty two hundred base eight which is with is supposed languages from on this Awdal and in his ancient, Sean hygiene, text, it describes FU song in detail, and it gives all these details at some skulls of believe point out things like the Grand Canyon. Also, actual geographical. Phase you features of North America. Interesting. So it's not crazy that this thing has the ancient Chinese on. However, he we go again, this some weed problems lack the translation on statue the opening Sean or mountain poss- at the top of the column and the Ma. Character or horse in the center of the column, they're written sideways. Yeah. I was just thinking that it looks like it's yeah. They're the wrong way round is at all written and the final character. He has no idea what it is. He's never seen it before. So again, there's like this element of doubt this element of it doesn't quite one hundred percent match up. But in order for it to be Hoechst. That means whoever did it must have had a knowledge of Chinese. These languages from twenty two hundred base Basie, and no one's going to that much f it surely sure I mean, it's not like I mean, this was found in the nineteen twenties as well. So it's not like they could have gotten on the internet and just found this, and and then sixteen.
"wake forest university" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Wake Forest University School of nowhere in North Carolina. And also a member of Alpha Phi alpha fraternity do some community service, then you're initiated in your organization that is the above ground approved of approach that the organization. It's us to initiate members of in part. That's how I came to become an alpha that's the above ground. What about the below ground the hazing process? The penalty is not that you simply don't get to join. But rather that you're physically punish calisthenics or punched or slapped or paddled or something to that effect and Ord both of those experiences. How do you feel about the choice that you made back then I had to do over again? I would do it over again, I came to value the organization much more after hours Hayes than before to become more deeply emotionally committed to the brothers who I came through the process with I was only after I had been hazed, then I felt a much deeper emotional attachment to the organization you actively work to prevent hazing. How does that sit with you? The fact that you wouldn't go back and change what you did. Then when you see young students now who wants to go through the same process. Don't you feel that they should be able to some people might think of paradoxical being an anti hazing advocate? I'm not try even define myself as that they're alive experiences that I had that are valuable, but wouldn't want to foist those experiences on others when I decided to be hazed. I knew brothers who told me look if you do this. I mean, literally, you're placing your life and a group of other people's hands. I knew people had been severely injured because of hazing hazing has been around for a long time because in some ways, it does commit individuals to one another commit them to institutions and organizations. So how far does hazing really meet to social psychological need to try to get some answers. I tend to an expert in the psychology of hazing. I'm Tim Marshall on the director of the squirting center for health initiatives at Cornell University does hazing however dangerous it might be helped to create a stronger bond within a group having gone through some from. Mutual suffering. There is evidence that for some people being subjected to ordeals can increase connection with others in the group increased commitment on a feeling of attachment think about natural disasters and people in communities that are hit by floods or hurricanes often talk about how their neighbors reach out to each other for support. And they've connected with each other in ways that they never had before. But no one says that the devastation that they experienced was a good thing. But what would you say are the causes of housing? Good kids, sometimes do very bad things as a group things that they would never do on their own. So we need to look beyond the individual. We need to look at the group a strong social hierarchy a lack of external constraints secrecy and extreme obedience to a thirty by those who were hazed men want to have close relationships with each other. But they learn from stereotypes that men are not supposed to share emotions with each other. So. Instead, they engage in the ritual humiliation intimidation of hazing in order to generate bonds with each other. When a case of hazing makes the news when there's been a victim when this been a death a lot of the public response is why don't these kids just say no to hazing a basic and deep need of adolescence is to be socially accepted, an unconscious level this need to be accepted into a group can operate like a survival instinct, so when teenagers fear social rejection, it can almost feel like a threat to their existence and groups take advantage of this the make them feel unworthy by humiliating them. And giving them tasks that they're guaranteed to fail at they'll intimidate and punish them. So that the new members are afraid what would happen if they resisted, and sometimes the groups will pressure the new members to drink so much alcohol that they're unable to resist. There are some people however, see positive benefits from going through the kind of tough initiation process to marshal describes back at home coming at North Carolina. A and t for Tennessee member. Alan Thompson is celebrating an important diversity is our twenty fifth anniversary you've been in a fraternity twenty-five years hazing does occur in fraternities and sororities it's.
"wake forest university" Discussed on 790 KABC
"About jury selection today on some of the problems that may exist, and we're blessed to have professor Cami shavers from Wake Forest university who has devoted a substantial part of her life to the study of this issue. She runs the criminal Justice. Institute or shall I say, she is the director of the criminal Justice program at Wake Forest. This is a think tank folks, most of us will never have an opportunity to even understand how powerful an organization like this is because sadly, we're just not smart enough. The things that this professor is doing is that she has actually instituted a database. That has studied every single case in the entire state of North Carolina. And as a result, she has completely analyzed the way that these issues specifically race jury selection how they play out in the real world, and she has some pretty specific opinions and conclusions. But before we get back to you. Professor, I want to play something that we have that we promised our audience, and this is this is something that happened in the wake of Batson, and we had basically the big brother prosecutor talking to the little brother. Prosecutors. Can you play us? What you have that Joe? Yeah. The case law says that the object of getting a jury. Years to get a confident fair and impartial jury. Well, that's ridiculous. You're not trying to get that. Both sides are trying to get the jury most likely to do whatever they want them to do. And that is. And..
"wake forest university" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Talk radio. You're listening to a nation divided talking about jury selection today on some of the problems that may exist, and we're blessed to have professor Cami Shabbat from Wake Forest university who has devoted a substantial part of her life to the study of this issue. She runs the criminal Justice. Institute or shall I say, she is the director of the criminal Justice program at Wake Forest. This is a think tank folks, most of us will never have an opportunity to even understand how powerful an organization like this is because sadly, we're just not smart enough. The things that this professor is doing is that she has actually instituted a database. That has studied every single case in the entire state of North Carolina. And as a result, she has completely analyzed the way that these issues specifically race jury selection how they play out in the real world, and she has some pretty specific opinions and conclusions. But before we get back to you. Professor, I want to play something that we have that we promised our audience, and this is this is something that happened in the wake of Batson, and we had basically the big brother prosecutor talking to the little brother. Prosecutors. Can you play us? What you have that Joe? Yeah. The case law says that the.
"wake forest university" Discussed on WBAI
"Developing in NFL known as tissue engineering, we can reconstitute those into more complex tissues and structures. In fact, I published a paper with Tony Atala a number of years ago where we actually used clone cells from cow to create actually to grow in the lab kidneys that actually were able to remove toxic materials when we transplanted them back into the animal, they will they were cloned from. And those sales were very smart. They had assembled into the goal mayor lie into all the various elements of the kidney. And since that time work has been done to to to grow in the lab entire bladders. That have been used. Used in patients. And in fact, there's work now where people have actually created primitive beating hot using this tissue engineering techniques. So so one day you're going to go to the hospital with take a skin cell, and we'll just grow you up a new kidney, or or whatever you need. And speaking about that, I went with a film crew from BBC television down to Wake Forest university. Where you're also a professor and we actually went through twentieth. House laboratory where we photograph heart valves that are opening and closing opening and closing heart valves that were grown from your own cells. So now, we can grow bladders the first windpipe was grown recently. Now, where's it gonna go? Are we going to be able to grow for example, a liver? If that happened to think of all the people who die because they don't get a liver in time like Mickey Mantle the great baseball giant died of liver failure. Is deliver the pancreas are they coming? Absolutely. We're making a normal progress on tissue engineering, virtually every organ system in the body, including bones and tendons and also to we're now on the forefront of what we now are able to do is to actually a new paradigm in medicine where we're able to actually generate early developmental cells that only exist transient in the embryo and use them to repair the adult body almost like nanoparticles. So for instance, we published a paper a couple of years ago where we created what we call the manager blast and they were like ambulance sales. And when we inject them into the body, we found that in animals that had had a massive heart attacks that it actually cut the death rate in half. I think a simple injection or an animal's. We're for instance, they would otherwise have their legs amputated due to lack of blood flow. We completely restored the blood flow by injecting these cells in in the same manner deliver a we we believe we have selves. That will be able to repair that. So I think in the next few years, you're gonna see a lot more of this work published. And and yes, I think you're going to be able to repair virtually any worn out or dysfunctional tissue in the body. Who's the first.
Neuroscientists Debate A Simple Question: How Does The Brain Store A Phone Number?
"In mind for just a few seconds? These bits are stored in something called working memory. And Earl Miller of the Massachusetts Institute of technology says this type of memory affects just about everything the brain does working memory is the sketch out of your mind. It's the contents of your conscious thoughts. It's how you hold thoughts in mind. Are you deliberate over thoughts? How you choose when the act or not act and Christos constantinidis from Wake Forest university says that's not all working memory is a core component of higher cognitive functions like planning or language or intelligence, the two scientists agree about the importance of working memory. But they disagree about how it works at the society for neuroscience meeting each was presenting research that supports their position constantinidis backs. What he calls the standard model which has been around for decades. It says that when we need to remember a phone number neurons in the front of the brain start firing and keep firing. And it is this persistent activity of neurons in the prefrontal cortex that allows you to maintain this information in memory. So if those neurons were to stop firing that that number would go way precisely but Earl Miller says it's not that simple. His team used the latest technology to study clusters of neurons in working memory. And they found that instead of firing all the time. Most of these neurons were firing in brief coordinated bursts. This doesn't sound like a big difference, but actually has huge functional vacations. One is that the brain must have some way of retaining the bits of information in working memory between bursts Miller explanation is that the neurons are communicating with other parts of the brain, including networks involved in long term memory. This allows information from working memory to be stored in a late and for much the way long memories are Miller says that would explain how we can hold onto a phone number. Even if we get distracted momentarily, if you drop your coffee in on the way to the phone, you activity, rain switches to the dropping of the coffee, but then because these memories are stored in late and form, they can be reactivated Miller says if working memory really does communicate with other parts of the brain it could explain one of the great mysteries of neuroscience. We'll opens up is the most difficult, but the most exciting question by working Mary volition, how you gain control of your own thoughts. Christos constantinidis says Miller is correct that working memory neurons do produce rhythmic bursts of activity, but he says the rest is speculation theory is very attractive on theoretical grounds. The problem with the theory is that so far there has been no experimental evidence. Linking these critical variable with behavior. Constantinidis says changes in the amount of rhythmic firing don't seem to have much effect on working memory, and he says Miller's contention that working memory is linked to long term memory. Just doesn't hold up. We have clinical cases of patients for whom working memory is profoundly impaired. And yet, they're long term memory is intact. So for the moment constantinidis is standing by the standard model, and he says during the neuroscience meeting he'll be taking a skeptical. Look at the research coming from Miller's lab as scientists. That's what we do. We tried to poke holes in its others theories. And this debate I think that's what makes science fun. John Hamilton, NPR news. This is NPR news.
Neuroscientists Debate A Simple Question: How Does The Brain Store A Phone Number?
"Stored in something called working memory. And Earl Miller of the Massachusetts Institute of technology says this type of memory affects just about everything the brain does working memory is the sketch Pat of your mind, it's the contents of your conscious thoughts. It's how you hold thoughts in mind. Are you deliberate over thoughts? How you choose when to act or not act and Christos constantinidis from Wake Forest university says that's not all working memory is a core component of higher cognitive functions like planning or language or in the two scientists agree about the importance of working memory. But they disagree about how it works at the society for neuroscience meeting each presenting research that supports their position constantinidis backs. What he calls the standard model which has been around for decades. It says that when we need to remember a phone number neurons in the front of the brain start firing and keep firing. And it is this persistent activity of neurons in the prefrontal cortex that allows you to maintain this information in memory. So if those neurons were to stop firing that that number would go way precisely but Earl Miller says it's not that simple. His team used the latest technology to study clusters of neurons in working memory. And they found that instead of firing all the time. Most of these neurons were firing in brief coordinated bursts. This doesn't sound like a big difference. But actually has huge vacations. One is that the brain must have some way of retaining the bits of information in working memory between bursts Miller explanation is that the neurons are communicating with other parts of the brain, including networks involved in long term memory. This allows information from working memory to be stored in a latent form much the way long term memories are Miller says that would explain how we can hold onto a phone number. Even if we get distracted momentarily, if you drop your coffee in on the way to the phone, you activity, rain switches to the dropping of the coffee, but then because these memories are stored in late and form, they can be reactivated Miller says if working memory really does communicate with other parts of the brain it could explain one of the great mysteries of neuroscience. Well, what would it opens up is the most difficult, but the most exciting question about working, Mary, which is volition how you gain control of your own thoughts. Christos constantinidis says Miller is correct that working memory neurons do produce rhythmic bursts of activity, but he says the rest is speculation there. There is very attractive on theoretical grounds. The problem with the theory is that so far. There has been no experimental evidence. Linking these critical variable with behavior constantinidis says changes in the amount of rhythmic firing don't seem to have much effect on working memory, and he says Miller's contention that working memory is linked to long term memory. Just doesn't hold up. We have clinical cases of patients for whom working memory is profoundly impaired. And yet, they're long term memory is intact. So for the moment constantinidis is standing by the standard model, and he says during the neuroscience meeting he'll be taking a skeptical. Look at the research coming from Miller's lab as scientists. That's what we do. We tried to poke holes in each other's theories. And this debate I think that's what makes science fun. Jon hamm. Hilton NPR news.
Sanders Sabo, Pinellas County and NFL discussed on Sean Hannity
"With dead fish and now Pinellas county, is bracing, for red tide. Crews have scraped the beaches in Sarasota and manatee counties of tons of dead fish red tide continues. To taint the otherwise blue Gulf waters killing sealife And covering the sea breeze with a stench, that causes respiratory problems front end loaders are being used to remove the dead fish in
Exclusive: Tesla's board seeking more information on Musk's financing plan - sources
"Board is forging ahead. With its review of Elon Musk's bold and ambiguous gambit to take the electric vehicle maker private according to CNBC report, directors, plan, to meet financial advisers next week and are likely to tell Germany Elon Musk to recuse himself while they mole. His proposal special committee of. Independent directors will likely review the details and the board has reportedly told musk who owns, twenty percent of the, company that he needs his own. Separate advisors
Aggressive wildfire threatens thousands of homes in southern California city
"With a wildfire threatening thousands of homes in southern California, man accused of deliberately setting the fire in the foothills south of LA is. Doing court today force Clark will be arraigned while homeowners there have been wedding their houses with garden hoses an aircraft have been dumping fire, retardant on those flames so far no homes have been burned but the flames have been flaring along. Ridges of the Cleveland national forest gusty winds in the forecast Fire crews concern that will make their work harder about twenty thousand people right now are under evacuation
Tim Miller Jones, Rhonda Mike Gallagher Gallagher and York City discussed on Power Trading Radio
"Proxy advisory firms came out against the, deal, Rite, Aid chairman. And CEO John Stanley says it after hearing the views, of shareholders drugstore chain has quote committed to moving forward and executing our strategic plan as a standalone company correspondent, Jeremy house New Zealand