21 Burst results for "Zero-Risk"
"zero risk" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Zero risk. Um, and a good history returns when I sit down with clients We print out which, whichever company I think fits their situation. I'll print out an illustration in the insurance industry. It's standard for all companies and all products to have their illustrations. Show us and and prove on paper from the company what they've averaged as far as the last 10 years. Also on the same page, it shows what's the best 10 years of the last 20 For what we're showing them. And what's the worst 10 years out of the last 20 and, um Oh, gosh, just off the top of my head, the company I ran yesterday, um, their lowest Their worst 10 year average of the last 20 was 5.5 their most recent end, which was also their best 10 of the last 20 averaged 8.2 so Cash somewhere between 5.5 and 8.2. And that can change and and could, But I mean, looking back two decades to get those averages. I feel pretty comfortable telling people it's reasonable to expect somewhere in there with again. Zero risk and zero fees. Um Most people in retirement. You know the book, which I don't believe in, But you know, the book says, you know, shoot for 4, 3.5 4 or 5% withdrawals in retirement and with whatever you're in, hopefully that will recoup it as you're using it, Um Well, if we're averaging, you know what we've done the past 10 years in this specific product, I'm talking about 8.2% and we're taking, for example, 5%. Your account is still going to be growing in retirement in a risk free fee, freeway and people once they understand all that think. Wow, that's you know, you see the light bulb Go on. They think that's kinda maybe what I'm looking for. Even though I didn't know what I was looking for. I think I just saw a few light bulbs..
"zero risk" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"You're sensing including the monitoring of body temperature and temperature changes resulting in therapeutic application of ultrasound. Great well moving forward in interest of time. Plenty more i could say on this but it's amazing how we're shifting away from this right. This seems to be kind of like the the the futuristic direction possibly starting not in the very near future far future but this shift technically probably should have been on that other part right. There is very telling right. This has been the point where i mean. Look amara just play this. I this as you've seen many times is what the w. h. o. w. h. o. Said about lockdowns months and months and months ago. I to say that the game we in the world health organization do not advocate lockdowns supreme remains of control of this virus and he goes on to say that all it does is make poor people poorer. It's killing people and of course they didn't care all your governments and that the west said you can't challenge. Who and then they said. But we don't like what you just said so. We're going to do it anyway. But you still can't challenge ridiculous issued will end right there. These people are children. They're clowns the covid vaccine. Get this the. Who speaks up and says give these doses to india because they're struggling not kids the who is urging. Don't give the kids why you say well. It's obvious because they're at zero risk because they don't need it so they're saying give it to india instead but guess what they don't care they're going to keep giving it to kids and as i said don't challenge. Who guidelines unless they say to stop lockdowns because we like those don't challenge. Who guidelines unless they say not to vaccinate kids at the moment because we like testing on kids. But you can't challenge though this is stupid. They're telling you everybody not to do this. At the moment and you can read it for yourself. So who's challenging. W what your guidelines now multiple guidelines your government but we're fake news and we're the ones being censored you see how crazy weird this is. It is off.
"zero risk" Discussed on Food Safety Matters
"An an and other cases. If you weren't careful the ones that weren't dead came back and and so it had to be taken into consideration into the whole process. That was involved. And so i think in in Hotrod temperature thermal processing of products especially fluid products. I think it's taking into consideration when you're of validating a process. That's interesting i. I like the point that you have to give the organism an opportunity to come back if it's really there and i think that That might not be on. Everyone's radar in terms of one. They are validating and verifying their processes. So that's an excellent point to make now. I did take microbiology in college. Not food microbiologist. But most food safety professionals. And probably most of the microphones out there realize that there is not such a thing as zero risk but to a food. Microbiologist does the concept of zero means something different. I'm not sure i've ever used.
"zero risk" Discussed on Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson
"Those are the end points we care about right for the most part adviser moderna ninety five percent effective at preventing severe disease also really really important and then also we have to remember that there's an altruistic component with this vaccine as well. You know you may be fine. You get covid. Forty to fifty percent of cases or a symptomatic not worried about forest. He's young healthy person if he gets coded but guess what i'm worried about forrest's getting infected and infecting his grandmother who might died of covid. So there's that to be considered and then what's the benefit of not getting it. I mean i guess you don't have to think about any of these issues. But i don't know how realistic that is. So it's those four questions that people should ask themselves when they're weighing any kind of decision that has to do with their health and You know there is nothing in medicine and science. That is zero risk. Nothing you know. We get into a car. Retake a risk. We get into an airplane. We take risk of by the way of getting radiation exposure. That's that's a known entity asia and we still get on planes on never crawling out of bed. I've had it but then there's a risk in staying in bed. I of course so you know. There's no such thing as zero risk and i think that people have a hard time stratified risk and that's a big reason why i wrote the new normal because i wanted to help people learn how to think like a doctor and use those kind of tools to go about their lives in the best way possible. It's really an excellent book. And i know force wants to ask you a little bit more about how to think like doctor. I want to ask you to think like a doctor and a pretty concrete way about people who increasingly are vaccinated. So i've had both shots. And i have to save Just to tell you the truth. When i saw that little needle approaching my arm i felt so grateful almost teary and it just blew me away. Thank you science you know..
"zero risk" Discussed on Cor's Notes
"Safety you do. The risk assessment. On sunday always look worse. Case scenario. worst-case scenario is death on navy. Have you can you can die. Shouldn't bostock was here before postals die. That's the worst case scenario internet. No matter what you soon as you get out you're dying. She was casing scenario in. Again we gets to mitigate that you'll never eliminate it so you have to accept exactly some degree of risk with everything you do. I mean i understand. There's a lot of people lack common sense but most of us have it to a degree. I mean if. I got up in the morning and i was all congested coughing. You know what. I'm can stay in the house. I'm not going to go out. I'm not gonna go to superstar and handle a bunch of shopping carts and cough on people and and such. I will stay in. I'll get checked. Owed general good man. Yes absolute and most people. Haven't i understand minority doesn't we can't lock up the majority for the idiocy. The minority. it's not gonna work. I mean what's the next thing they're going to come out with when you sneeze these please sneeze in the back of your knee just it gets on on a world full of contortionists but the real distressing thing is. There's those goal posts. Just keep moving and moving and moving into a zero risk model which is impossible. Nobody do anything nothing they said. No industry control everything down. Let's go back to the stone age. Picks they didn't have anything. The stone age to the life expectancy of about twenty eight game. You love expectancy victorian ao and you had a lot more viruses around. Life expectancy was a lot lower than is now. I mean what was it now. Eighty four eighty three berta. Not more than. But i mean it's there's only some her gonna go before that and some are going to go after its we're all going to go at some point. That's the case. I.
Trump takes no responsibility for riot, visits Texas
"President trump is shrugging off any blame for last week's capital riot even as Democrats push to have him removed from office or impeached again Democrats say the president incited an insurrection by urging backers to March on the capital and then praising them during the assault itself but he's not taking responsibility for that what I said was totally appropriate that was outside the White House before he left for Texas where the president brushed off calls for vice president pence and the cabinet to use constitutional powers and remove him from office the twenty Fifth Amendment is a zero risk to me but we'll come back to haunt to Joe Biden at the Biden administration adding be careful of what you wish for he says the impeachment push is causing tremendous anger and division which is very dangerous for the nation at what he calls this very tender time Sager mag ani Washington
"zero risk" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"Build up some the strength in the mobility of these things. You probably haven't done maybe ever you know so even if you can pull down like there's going to be parts of your body that are like wait. What the hell are we doing right now. So that's thing it should be. You know you don't go to me. Talk to somebody. Talk one of the trainers. That really knows what they're doing and tell them your whole deal and let them know but hurting. The beginning is absolutely true. You know some of us have been doing it a while. We miss that hurt. We seek it out. And every now and then when i have like a big sore day. I'm like good her time. Somebody watches the practice. You like. I'm so jealous of you right now for the can't believe you're watching this. I just watched it recently. It's crazy Oh wait a minute. He said another thing. What's the what's the gym way to play. Tell someone back the fuck off on finishing with machine has got jim to stairs and starts asking you done bro. Every single time okay. Maybe that guy totally sucks. We're gonna take your side you're e mailing the show here but let's also look at the other side of it. Are you taking too long all right. Are you taking too long. Do sit at the machine the whole time. I'm not asking that because you admitted that you're overweight. But i can't deny that. I did think it perhaps so. You know minute and a half especially lighter weight trying to lose some weight. Don't take more than ninety seconds in between exercises. It's not like you sit a personal record here for for daedalus everyday so congrats though congrats to you being out there. Never be ashamed. younger i was. I wouldn't make fun of anybody out of shape. But i probably my twenties look at somebody like i rolled my other buddies. I don't do that stuff anymore. It's not cool. Wasn't cool then. I regret ever having a mind that would think that way Never give anyone hard time. That's deciding to go out there and trying to make it happen. I'm feeling in a giving mood here. How this one's pretty heavy it isn't. It isn't because it saturday like that but this is a very common thing it happens to me. All the time still Am i'm actually going through a weird phase of now where Where i used to live on. And i don't know why that is art. So let's let's just pick this one up all right right. Love the show thirty two married three kids doing pretty well. It's not a major pressing issue. But something that does occur from time to time and i listen to the show regularly so i figure i write and how do you deal with regret By the way the people are like. I have no regrets on this so full of shit. So don't ever listen to them. All right i usually by the way if you have no regrets about anything you've ever done. What like what are you the terminator like seriously so anyway. All right i usually never have any issues regret however from time to time once every six months. Maybe have almost nightmare. James a high school baseball me essentially not living up to expectations. It's strange because i tried hard to baseball. But i knew deep down i probably would not go pro at other interests Play college baseball for year inside of the call quits. After that seems to me. I must have some regret over. I don't realize it fully. Have you ever experienced anything similar. This how would you handle his show. there you go okay Do the the athlete screw up. Dream is like one of the most that's to be a tier one standard dream that everybody possibly has. I have a basketball one all the time you know. My dad was six five. He played in planning froze. But i was. I was complaining college. It didn't and my whole high school think of bus. Not but then you know. I would make excuses. Then when i look back and really weren't good enough you planning these small towns like what were you really gonna do. And then i booked up and took it out and people in my twenties and early thirties. And then i didn't play basketball for like five years crack in my leg and i'll have these regrets like what did you think you were going to do. Dude they get pretty good. Pick a player in your twenties. That's about it that's it. What did you think you're going to do like for you to brighten this email I probably would not go pro. You probably weren't going pro man so accept that but there's a bigger thing about the regret thing that happens and i've noticed this is like right now now starting to feel weird but i'm having this thing where i missing burlington vermont. Not even college but missing like these post college years were had these incredibly close friends. This dumpy apartment. That was right in town again was bartending. I know i was actually miserable. And i didn't have any money. I had no plan. I was definitely headed down the loser track. I've talked about this at some point because the irony is that in my twenty year reunion for college. I did my show. My radio show four alumni that friday in the alley next to my friends bar that he used to live above. And i was like this is. This is pretty surreal. But for whatever reason. I missing that stretch. And there's nothing on paper that tells me i should miss that and i kinda can't figure it out. And it also coincided weird with kid a coming out radiohead and then. I read the kid a book and so i started thinking about it. And that's probably what kind of was a catalyst to all this stuff but that will happen so it's not even right now with me or specific to that time ladder me trying to unlock. What the hell is going on. Why missing this stretch for like really missing.
"zero risk" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"The solution here is you. Don't wanna end up at j cole dinners anymore because you didn't have a good time. It most people in that setting look. I'll tell you straight up right now. Like i'll share a story with you I have a family member who's very very religious. All right in this family member means a lot to me taught me how to drive. A car taught me how to water. Ski taught me how to golf Somebody will family vacations. This person was like my guy you know this is somebody that was just an. I still care about this person today. A few years ago i was It was up in vermont. I was up in vermont and went to visit Another relative i guess. I'm being vague but doesn't really matter and it was a nice visit. This is something. I like i needed to do. You know family member. Hey in the area make the time getting a car No don't stay with your buddies all night and it'd be like i don't feel driving up there now So i was. I asked this other guy was like. Hey do you wanna go with me on to to make this visit so he was again absolutely so we drove in separate cars. Had a great visit. The whole thing was terrific and then walking back to my car because your separate ways and i had like a long drive. He had a long drive. I got in my car and he got out of his car and walked my window. And i thought oh he's like i could see the look on space is going to see some kind of deep here. Maybe he's going to tell me how proud of me he is. I dunno and other. Hey what's up. And i really care about this person. All right this is somebody's very close to me. And somebody you know first. Memories of being a person disguise involved him and he looked at me and he said i don't remember it word for word but it was it was it was like almost scripture. It was something like you know in a man. I see that he is flawed. And before me. I see a flawed man and i was like. Oh wow so you like kinda shitting on me right now I didn't say that. I was like oh all right Okay noted thank you the cayman. Yeah awesome thank you and then i called somebody. Religious was okay. Does this mean anything. They're like no. I don't know what that means so as anybody that's like. Hey i know i'm not perfect game. Oh oh you're not. Let me cross you off my perfect list. I had you. I had you down needed a check in. I know a guy. So i was kind of like all right. Thank you so. I'll i'll put it this way. There's some of you listening. I think probably most of you listening are like most of us just want like we have a hard enough time getting along with people in our relationships If you are not receptive to this this is not something that you want to do. Then you just not gonna wanna do it so you know what's the closest you were to ever maybe hooking up with coal a cult I'd say i'd say zero zero chance. I rushed a couple of fraternities and backed out. Just so i could get the free alcohol for a week but I don't think that's cultish. But i did want to say my my grandmother..
"zero risk" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"Think competing in the locker room did parcells love you at first. He didn't why. Because you seem to be the epitome of the guy parcells would love everything else going and knowing. Okay go ahead. No listen so bill parcells jerry. Jones made a bit. There was a dollar bit so jerry jones was a one that drafted me bill. Parcells did not draft me. He said he wanted merriment and they had a dollar bit and they said in the first three years of demarcus does not average eight facts. He's a bust. Coach sean maryland. Gonna you know he's gonna have his eight sacks and so this is what i average by about twelve for a twelve year period. But so obviously you know jerry. Jones won that bit. But i remember when i first got there. I had to get gatorade for bill. Parcells you love blue gatorade. And every single day at practice at every single branch. Run over to the trainers and blue gatorade for bill parcells. I remember he told me he said this. I never want you or i don't want ridley players. This is what he said. I don't wanna regularly player. I thought to myself what the hell said. You wanna listen to what i tell you. You know you're going to be out of here. He decided he play. He plays mind games like that right and.
"zero risk" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"I wanted to give back have something i can give back so i got back here to dallas and started talking to Bottle rocket here. A guy calvin carter bottlerocket. He helps support me in create. His app in another company was east edge. Baidu augmented reality so winning at that company and then colossal colossal does like all the user interfaces and stuff so we started coming together thinking about how we can now create a different user experience just content by anybody can film content and say. Hey this is what you need to do. But how can you exit for real trainer in your pocket. So what took three years going through. All of the research and development from creating a three d model we use a three hundred. Dsl are Trailer that you go into. There's three hundred cameras around you. So you do certain exercises any picks picture of you to what you said. million polly's that's better than a mad figure right in so it looks just like in tattoos muscles veins. Everything is hopefully. yeah no no shows. I'll promise you what you see you're gonna be like holy shit is like right. It looks to cycle. But if you got a three model if you if you're looking at video you only conceived from one side but as a trainer in you can see all the way around. How do the exercises right tempo to right rips and then i took it a step further Get you actually stick it on his face augmented reality so your phone and sticking it in the home or in a gym but i say it has to look real as like do exactly what i'm doing so we figured out how to do that. And so now there's augment augmented reality figure that you can stick in whatever gym shows you different pieces of equipment if you don't bodyweight weight exercises but i kept warm ups and activation than recovery. Talk on so. I actually bring everything in life so i still like. Hey i'm here with you right. And then i was with. Aarp would apple And then they used a kid. You know that apple had so it creates that feature and as i what about voice inflection so when the china s how tired already you would say i. I'm on a scale from one to three out. This you might say to. You might say three so now when you talk into the phone the phone actually knows from the heart rate on apple. Watch and your voice inflection. What level you're trainee yet onto. It is so cool uses artificial intelligence so it grows with you along the way. So you're talking to the phone at supposed to be to when you're running and you showing up at level three from your heart rate in your voice inflection. It gives you forty five seconds to give you a minute and say hey you need to take a wrist so the more you use it the harder it gets because i i went to high school actually onto the football teams in the football team before football team during an anticipated football team after to get the measures of how the computer needs to learn how to work it so all of this work has been done hands on. It's not like something. Just second name on. Were you when you came into. The league relate whose this dude. This guy's a freak. Were you always this way physically in high school hours about one. Eighty five six to update wide receiver in k. I got one scholarship. Yeah is that why you only get one offer detroit. Offer our small like i was small. I wasn't fast. Iran four seven. I went to tennessee balls Football camps i remember when he told me he said. Listen the markets. I know that you're here in your plan. Football which is probably not gonna make college team in this is in debt. Like like stuck me. When he told me that i will. I think the scholarship. I just want to get my school pay for and i'm sitting in detention. I remember tracy. Rocker comes in there. He's like hey. If you get your attention. I'll give you a scholarship. This osi umenyiora the giants. He helped me. We actually Neighbors so he was there before me so he helped me get scholarship. I so i give detroit play. Linebacker got bigger stronger faster in send unlike what got to five two hundred sixty powder annex sixty pounds weight in four years dispute muscle right and the sky was the limit from there. That's when the free came out right. But before that i was a little little more so i mean you ought to see the jersey accuracy. Some of the pictures. That are headed. I was i was so little man. I mean when you're walking around auburn alabama. How mad were auburn tigers. Fans like what cannot they because they didn't see what it one hundred seventy pounds. They didn't see running a four seven as a wide receiver. How mad were they that you didn't end up just down the street sometimes at. I think that's one thing that people don't see is the dominant role in aurora guide. In our late bloomer takes a longer time to blossom in. You know may working hard. I got to where i was. I just went under the radar but now is crazy. When i go back home was actually a day named after me and alabama on august april nineteen is demarcus where day in the state of alabama or. You know making the football. Sports hall of fame in alabama has made a seventh of this year. But it's.
"zero risk" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"Halfway back into shape to where you so you can at least play with the kids and have your dad time and you know i had the small little brownstone here in south lake and you know. I had a two car garage. South put a little small. Actually this right here. If you just as part behind me this was in my garage. That's it just. Yeah just a little squat rack in. Started going through all the methodology. Like how do activation coventry Warm-ups live like why. I did it and so they start. You know you know roscoff down there in colorado does muscle activation therapy letting learning from him. How the muscles work than doing functionable screening tests against certified net like how your joints work how your joints and muscles work now. Like what about you know. Certified personal train. So i got certified from nasa. So i went and did like every single thing to learn how i actually you know recovered while i plan while playing sports. Wow talking to denver coaches in strength coaches on how to build perfect program. And i'm here now and said i motivated people for twelve years players for twelve years. So now i can now motivate people in the weight room. My new locker room is a weight room. And i'm like a workout. Both i work out every single day. Forty five two hour and thirty. But i wanted to give back have something i can give back so i got back here to dallas and started talking to Bottle rocket here. A guy calvin carter bottlerocket. He helps support me in create. His app in another company was east edge. Baidu augmented reality so winning.
"zero risk" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"For years. And i'm talking about anybody. That has an opinion so if the argument is that it really were in a position as a country. We should be at zero risk. I don't think that's realistic at all. It'd be nice but. I don't think it's realistic because zero risk. The only way we're going to do this is the only way we're going to get out of this. It was certainly better. But i just don't know that zero risk is is the kind of thing that's even obtainable. I remember reading about the penn state scandal with with coach sandusky and we talked about it on the air a lot. And it's one of those things where you know. You wanna be delicate the entire time because you're talking about the abuse of children and there's a reason i'm bringing up knowledge and i brought this up before because it is a perfect topic comes up at least for people in sports where you go. Well i know what side. I'm on here but when the ncaa hands out a four year postseason ban in a sixty million dollar fine loss scholarships. Nobody wants to be on the other side of that. Nobody wants to go. Yeah you know. What for years. Seems kind of excessive. Because if you're actually in a debate and again. I wouldn't even wanna be in a debate. I'm not even comfortable talking about it. I wouldn't want to be on the other side and yes. This was terrible but it should only be a three year ban in. Who wants to do that on a show. I don't wanna do that. But of course there is this. I don't know if it's imagine line or not worthy the ncaa. When they handed out the punishment they came up with a number they came up with postseason. Banded they came up with a fine which sound sensor the entire thing because if two people were talking about it and once a ban for years kind of a lot and then the other person says we're talking about the abuse of children you've won. I don't wanna win the argument. I don't want to tell you that that's not important. I don't want to say that. That is insignificant. I don't want to minimize any of that. So it it fits in perfectly. I think at least from the topic of what is the right thing to do for the nba for the nfl. Major league baseball college basketball college. Football the nhl. What is the right thing to do. Is if you're asking for it to be zero risk. Then then you're basically saying you don't want any of these teams to even bother and maybe you're right by the way. I don't think it's realistic. But maybe you're right. I remember another henry tweet when they were talking about. The bubble was before the bubble and he had said they should play the games outdoors. The science says it's it's not as transmitted a virus and if you say wind because the playing outdoors i'll say what about deaths. Well then you win you win. I don't wanna debate that. I don't want to minimize the loss of life. Anyone listen this. It's lost somebody close to them. I don't wanna sound insensitive and say well you know they've really got to figure out a way to play basketball but that is an. It's not even an argument. It's a conversation ender. there's nothing i can do with that the same way. There's nothing i can do with not wanting to be on the other. Side of the penn state discussion but just discussing it in general so was the league starts up meaning the nba. They're going to be some real challenges because it's not the same as the bubble. The bubble was a massive success. The nfl's going to figure this out. There were plenty of people saying the. Ufc is they were leading the charge in a lot. It's because you don't like dana white going what are they doing. Why is dan white. Doing he likes trump. what's he you know what. The ufc thing has worked. They figured it out and just like every small business in your community. That's trying to find a way to survive. It doesn't mean the guy that's trying to open. Its doors whether it's a deli or the nba is minimizing the safety of players or employs or the community. If they're only answer for survival is to try.
"zero risk" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"There's zero risk for anyone. It is not a healthy mindset. I mean to me, you're you're already setting yourself up for failure. If you're so willing to be kind of shady to build your business, why you're on somebody else's dime. That's I mean, that's theft. I mean, morally, you can't be like I built this legitimately knowyou didn't he took no risk? You were getting paid every two weeks. You have healthcare, no risk. If your job fails. If your business has a bad month, you're fine because your corporate job keeps you safe. What's your thoughts on people who are doing this and keeping their mindset? Positive trying to launch a business as an entrepreneur, because I mean part of success is setting yourself up for success, not setting herself up for failure. Yeah, That's very true. You know, I really am a believer that my inside is everything And for me, A lot of it came down to one of the cast about what my core values really getting clearer in my mind. And that's actually why I decided to launch a business now allowed clinical practice. They wanted to try and sure my message on a wider scale. But I don't feel it right now. Honestly, I don't feel like I'm working. I feel like I'm selling my passion. And that makes it more digestible when things don't go the way that I want them to go because there are going to be setbacks, and there are going to be losses, and things don't always work out the way that you know, Green Bill and especially if you're starting a new business, and you're trying to grow, you know, they're gonna be rejections and those things they're gonna happen, So really, for me, it's about coming back to my wife. Why am I doing this? Vanished and constantly checking in with myself like, okay, just this feel right. Did I get a little bit lost here? And when I first started? I was just still on my phone too much. There is still something that I'm working on. Like, You know, I'm doing my own social media since constantly check in. Okay? I'm getting a little bit bigger off here veered off course during any recent joining Tio recess for man, Where's my head at, you know, and I think that's a continual process. For anyone that has their own businesses. Really make sure you're doing things that are in alignment with your purpose with your values and some people. I don't think that they're really clear on that. But you may not even know what that poor values are. That makes that makes a lot of sense. So let's kind of jump onto some other things. Now you talk about something called integrative medicine, and before we go to break Like two minutes. Here. Tell us a little bit about that. And we come back before we cut when we come back from break. I want to jump in and talk about your podcast. My live greatly. Podcast is I say that right? I know I was just watching murder words. That's what I do. But tell us a little bit before we go to break. What is integrative medicine like that? Yeah, for sure. So I am an integrated medicine fellow. So I don't know. People have heard of Dr Andrew Weil. But he's pretty visible in that integrative medicine world And he has a fellowship through the University of Arizona. And I've been really passionate about more holistic house of looking more to all the different second tribute, you well being. So I was practicing in mourning of western medicine for quite a while, and they felt like a lot of it was your treating symptoms. People come in, and it's like, okay, Here's your prescription. He was going to treat this problem but integrated medicines looking more at the whole picture. You know? How does relationships impact? You know the way you're feeling or your your symptoms? How about Your nutrition and your sleep patterns, and it also looks at things like acupuncture. It incorporates everything that goes into a person's wellbeing. So I just felt like it was a really great way to really have more tools to help people. Awesome. I love that. So when we come back from the break If you don't mind sticking around to come back with a break we'd like to just before you go Come back to the break and talk about your podcast. Tell us all about it and really quick. We'll talk about your eight week online course that you've just launched or release, So we want to talk about that coming. Liberty Mutual Insurance knows you're focusing on the road right now, so we'll.
"zero risk" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
"But it it's driving her crazy. Because you know two weeks is a long time to be in that kind of strict isolation in your first two weeks of your college experience. So it's a it's a bizarre set of circumstances, but but the university is acting inappropriate and cautious way. So so obviously, the problem is here peop- The A, of these colleges will go broke if we just didn't have school but part of me thinks that th this sensible thing would have been to not have school for a year or none of school until December I mean financially would that bankruptcy Harvard Graduate School of Education has done we out we? Out Sets. We're going to go online for the whole year but that was due to our particular circumstances and challenges in our student body and others you know others want to give it a try and it it? You know there are. Places around the world that you know that are having some success in the K. twelve or you know we we have the case of Germany where they're doing a pretty good job of bringing people back. Now, the rates in the country are quite love their around one percent but they have and they have a very strict program of of testing and and and contact tracing in isolation, and that seems to be the key and the places where it's working But you know I I don't e-. All of this you know whether we're talking about K. twelve higher ed or even in the early childhood sector, you know it it it it's all a matter of risk tolerance. The notion that we're going to get to zero risk it's just totally unrealistic. I mean none of us have zero risk in our day to day life. Any moment we step out the front door or get in a car or anything of that nature. So it's a question of what level of risk and we tolerate and what level of risk is appropriate and education or for the economy, and how do we balance these competing priorities against one another and calibrated against how much risk were willing to tolerate. So I don't think we can have as a standard the the sort of perfect standard that there's going to be no risk to anybody in education before we come back, that's not realistic anymore than it was realistic to think that you could go. To a grocery store after this first yet and have no risk going into the grocery store but you had to eat and you and those workers needed to be there and and so we kept grocery stores open because it was essential and I think we're getting to the point where we're feeling in terms of children that it's not life threatening for children not to have school but it it really is getting threatening to their long-term well-being to not have them in school. So I I say Meyer, the determination leaders, governors, and state commissioners and superintendents who are trying to do everything within their power. To plan out a safe return, but you can't make it perfectly safe. But what level of risk are.
"zero risk" Discussed on 790 KABC
"But the idea of taking the healthiest of the healthy well, you know, oiled athlete in the prime of their lives and saying you can't do what you on have been training to do is absurd. There are essentially zero risk of contracting the virus or if they do contracted up becoming significantly ill from it. And we know that there isn't significant transmission of the virus outdoors in the first place. There isn't significant transmission to other adults and you know we can limit those people who might fall into the risk categories. If the if the coach Or a trainer falls into risk category That person can choose to stay on the sidelines or not to participate or not to attend in person. But the idea of doing this To the vast majority of the population, I think just defies all logic. It's certainly defies the science on it. It's really just more continuation of the theatre that we've been seeing. Since this pandemic began. You know? Yes, the virus is really very really. There's a small group of people who could become profoundly impacted by it. But we know who the hell those people are. And it sure as heck isn't college athletes. Speaking with Dr Kelly victory, who you can follow on Twitter at Dr Kelly Victory If you have a question give us a call at 800 to 2 to K A. B. C 1 802 225222 Dr Kelly The Wall Street Journal is reporting that JFK Airport in New York City is testing thermal image ING technology to screen passengers departing from New York City for signs of.
"zero risk" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Are zero risk covert 19 minuscule. Risk of even spreading it or taking it back home. Rand. Paul was right Studies all across the world even right here in this country. People don't know. Child care has still been happening for essential workers, and they did a huge study. Tens of thousands of kids go into child care every day for essential workers, Same thing, zero risk, low spread and even even lower transmissions of bringing him home and spreading of a mom. A dad. Matt Bear has a look at the road Don't like what I'm seeing or hearing about South bound 65 around white one road right now, I'm here about a multiple vehicle crash just now getting this and we're going to learn more and talking about and put it up at WNBC traffic. But I do see a delay forming their own sound. Found 65 near White Land Road Now on the East side of any example South bound for 65 very heavy right now 70 down to Washington than Brookville rode down and around 65 special against heavy around 65/2 31 in south Bound 65 70 downtown having from the North Sounds split traffic, sponsored by Lowe's. Lowe's is working harder than ever to help Rose get the job done with services like curbside loading and job site delivery. That's why Lowe's is the new home for pros. Man Bear followers on Twitter for instant traffic updates of WDC traffic cloudy skies 87 of the American Standard Cooling Weather Center. Do not go anywhere we are playing. Is this anything next? As we adapt to what life looks like now we recognize there are still concerns.
Could sharing health data with Big Tech be a good thing?
"Don't get me wrong. Tech companies have done a lot to damage our trust trust in them so there was some understandable concern. When this week the world learnt that Google is running a project called nightingale amassing health data from millions of Americans via AH contracts with a huge healthcare system ascension and that actually may be completely legal under the health privacy law known hip lawmakers have opened an inquiry into that but maybe just maybe this data gathering isn't an example of something? We have to feel too freaked out about that. Could even be some advantages to understand how that may be true. I spoke to Devon McGraw an attorney who was formerly a hippo enforcer the US Department of Health and Human Services and she gave me this example. Let's say they do some some predictive analysis of the data and they find that of all of the people with diabetes. Being treated in the ascension health care system only fifty percent of them are receiving all of the preventive exams. They're supposed to be getting and if they can quickly identify who. Those patients are to ascension and allow ascension to intervene with those patients wants to get them in for their preventive exams. It improves the outcomes for those diabetic patients. Make sure they don't fall through the cracks. That's a pretty simple example. It's actually a kind of an analytics example of the kind of work that lots of companies do in the healthcare space already but the power of Google and the amount of data that they potentially could also bring to the table might actually actually make those analytics work better and work faster and there are laws in place You've worked on the enforcement of some of them to to protect our our healthcare records in the privacy around them. Are they enough in these sort of situations to protect us but it certainly is comforting to know. Oh that at least for this particular project. Google is going to be regulated by Google and any other companies that are stepping into the healthcare space in in this way and gathering identifiable data. But that's that may not be enough frankly to enable people to trust the company one. Big potential loophole is the ability of a contractor in healthcare which is technically called a business associate to be able to take the identifiable health information. They're collecting when they're providing services for a healthcare institution and then to de identify it now. There are standards in the law about how to de identify data but they don't require the data to be anonymous to a degree of zero risk of re identification. So there's still some re identification risk there and when that data is in the hands of a large tech company like Google that has so much data that it could use to re identify patients. I think the re- identification risks may not be a well captured by current the law and again once the data is considered to be de identified under hip standards whether it could be identified or or or not. You know that data just doesn't doesn't have those kinds of protections and restrictions that hippo would otherwise provide and so I think that's a big concern when you're talking about a tech company like Google or facebook or or an Amazon or Microsoft where again the amount of data that they're collecting through their other lines of business makes it that much more plausible that they could re identify or were able to successfully link data to a patient and then use that data in their other lines of business. And I I I understand that Google is talking about commitments. That it's made not out to do that and I think that that's really important. But those are contractual commitments and not necessarily commitments for which a regulator could hold them necessarily legally accountable for ultimately privacy is always the thing that comes up in in particularly media reports around these types of issues. But what's the real risk risk. I mean what does it matter. If some of our data ish more widely short I mean the risk is potentially people could be harmed by this data ada like if the data are used to deny them benefits or to treat them differently either from an economic perspective or a social perspective But I think as a greater risk which is often underplayed is the risk. The people will not go seek healthcare for sensitive conditions. Because they're worried about what's going to happen with their data and when people have privacy concerns that caused them to not go get healthcare that has ripple effects that it doesn't just impact them individually individually but it impacts weather data sets are accurate about the health of our populations and whether people are getting the care that they need in the services that they need. And this is where I think privacy becomes critically important so unbalanced. Do you think that this is a good development in healthcare analytics or not. I think it's a positive resited development. I would call myself. Cautious probably a little more cautiously optimistic than some other privacy advocates. I think there's so much good that can come out of big tech coming into this space but it has to be done in a responsible way and I'm not entirely sure that our regulations are quite up to the task and so I can completely understand. There's been so much outcry about
"zero risk" Discussed on KNST AM 790
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Planes grounded after Ethiopian Airlines crash
"Suffered more groundings of its most important airline as operators from Brazil to South Korea. Idolised seven three seven max planes following second deadly crash in five months. China became yesterday. The first major market whole takeoffs and landings of Boeing's latest single model, but groundings of quickly cascaded around the globe. Singapore barring all takeoffs in amounts of the state move, followed by Australia. Elsewhere in Asia, South Korean carrier has followed suit and to add on's in Latin America also halted operations of the plane now that zero risk approach by airlines and aviation. Authorities contrast with. Sure. Ince's by US regulates the airline that the aircraft remains airworthy the Federal Aviation authority administration while the came out in support of the aircraft saying the plane remains at safe to fly and the reasons conclusive evidence linking the loss of the Ethiopian three seven jets over the weekend with that line at plane which crashed late last year. But the similarities between the two disasters has really spooked airlines and passengers really this quad similarities between the two incidents in both cases their lines. The aircraft's crashed just minutes off the takeoff as the pilots failed to maintain control.
"zero risk" Discussed on Defensive Security Podcast
"I think like anything accompany has to find the right balance of how much to spend and wear in how to spend that money to get risk, but they can never get two zero risk. You can't get zero risk and do business. So. You can also overspend on risk mitigation, and you want to be efficient with your resources. You know, you're trying to make money and employ people and ultimately be a profitable business. So and there's no perfect solution. I if there were perfect solution, we wouldn't have this massive industry of random people trying to come up with a random solutions to all these new emerging problems every day. So it's not as black and white. I think is as a lot of people want to think it is. But I don't know. I don't I'm pretty cynical. I'm not this cynical. I will tell you that it usually comes down to we know how to secure things, but the cost whether it be in terms of business flexibility in terms of real dollar cost in terms of. What else are want to impact to users? Usually exceeds the value you again when you get it's like a hockey stick curve, or I should say, a, you know, a chart where where it curves upwards dramatically. She close you risk the cost increment less risk goes up dramatically each each step you closer to zero risk. And you know, there is a sweet spot. I think companies are always trying to find in an environment that is dynamic and every changing. So I think that the thing that is different. Here is. There's a deliniation between a company losing. Let's say it's intellectual property. In the in the personal data of its customers. Right. Because the. One is one is an asset that harms them if they if they mishandle it and the other is an asset doesn't harm them if they mishandle doesn't hit it doesn't harm them directly. Right. It's it's they don't they don't they don't lose a competitive advantage. If equifax structurally didn't lose any, you know, the value of their company, the value of that intellectual property, and what they do didn't decrease when they lost all of that data. Well, potentially their contracts with third parties might have been impacted which feature revenue growth is impact which can. Correct. And I I mean, you're right. You're right. I guess what? I'm saying is they're they're they're book value. Didn't Jay correct. Right. The assets. They hold the go down. They didn't you know, they they weren't robbed of money. They they didn't. They don't have to go in recreate some new intellectual property that that is now out in the in the open, and they they have to reestablish their their market dominance. Or what have you in? That's so the only person that's the only group that's harmed directly is the. The individual people whose data they you know, quote mishandled. And so I think that's that's where I think a lot of a lot of people have..
Johns Hopkins says "zero risk" after accidental release of tuberculosis
"Wcbs news time six oh three rob white bird in the six eighty wcbs maryland newscenter a sevenyearold girl found shot in the back seat of a car in south west baltimore police say the girl is a shock trauma fighting for her life she was found unresponsive in the car on the corner of edmonson avenue and north loudon avenue no word on a suspect or how the shooting occurred to cancer research buildings johns hopkins hospital evacuated today because of possible to burke yellow says contamination but the evacuation order has been lifted hospital officials say the baltimore fire department investigated the possible release of a small amount of tuberculosis authorities now saying there was no risk of infection to anyone newsrooms across the country pause today to observe a moment of silence for five employees at the capital gazette were killed a week ago orioles at the twins tonight eight ten eighty nine.