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Report links social media use to mental distress in teens

WBZ Morning News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Report links social media use to mental distress in teens

"A disturbing new study out this morning shows the potentially harmful impact that social media use has on the nation's teenagers the results of the Canadian medical association journal find social media use is links to mental distress self harm and suicide more than two hours of social media use the day is associated with higher rates of depression and suicidal thoughts in girls in one study girls reported feeling negative after ten minutes of browsing Facebook according to the review kids who spend less time socializing in person are more vulnerable and easy access to information about how to commit suicide online increases risk researchers say parents should talk to their kids about the risks of social

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Giving up alcohol may significantly boost mental health

Tim Conway Jr.

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Giving up alcohol may significantly boost mental health

"Giving up alcohol may be good for your brain a new study reports women who quit drinking have better mental health researchers at the university of Hong Kong found women who don't drink at all can have a higher level of mental well being than women who drink moderately the co author of the study in the Canadian medical association journal says the evidence suggest caution in recommending moderate drinking is part of a healthy diet there are several conflicting studies about drinking including one that says moderate drinking can increase your chances of having a cardiovascular event another says older adults who occasionally drink may live longer than non drinkers Amy came KFI

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Canadian Medical Association Journal And University Of Hong Kong discussed on John and Ken

John and Ken

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Canadian Medical Association Journal And University Of Hong Kong discussed on John and Ken

"And giving up alcohol may be good for your brain if you were a woman a new study reports women who quit drinking have better mental health researchers at the university of Hong Kong found women who do drink it all could have a higher level of mental well being than women who drink moderately a co author of the study in the Canadian medical association journal says the evidence suggest caution in recommending moderate drinking is part of a healthy diet there are several conflicting studies about drinking including one that says moderate drinking can increase your chances of having a cardiovascular event another says older adults who occasionally drink may live longer than non

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"canadian medical association" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"canadian medical association" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"But the political will was there and to me that still remains a viable path for the United States, right? There was a push to do this in Vermont, and it didn't work. They lost sort of nerve. But we have a lot of states in America. Gavin Newsom be America's Tommy Douglas, Gavin Newsom won't be America's Tommy Douglas. But I he's gonna push single payer big liberal, stay, right? But I mean, he could I just think that that aspect of the process of change is what sort of gun missing from a lot of this. Like, it's not that you're gonna stay. I state do ambitious progressive reforms, but you would expect to see some state that is considerably more left wing in the underlying distribution of public opinion that has stronger than usual labor movement has weaker than usual institutional Republican party to go do some of this kind of stuff and make it work. Right. That take some of the barriers down, and there are state level single payer bills. And there's some specific impediments, you know, that relate to the presidency and stuff like that. But to me like if you really want to see these big reforms happen like you need to organize at the state level, not because it's inherently more virtuous, but because like their Saskatchewan's out there where like ideas that are not gonna fly nationally like you could do in Hawaii or Washington or California or Vermont or someplace like that and less Canadian politics note after this very long reign in office. As the of lost power in the nineteen sixty four election. So like, the basic thing where like you go do crazy stuff, and then everyone freaks out and throws you office. Like that continued to hold their even though this was a successful idea obviously has been copied and now is nationwide in Canada. Like, it's a it's a big political risk the other lesson. I take from like sketch Juan and the ACA think you're right when I've talked to some historians of Canadian healthcare of point out is like this would have not happened. This would have never started at a national level in Canada. Like you needed to see it roll like the opposition from the Canadian medical association, all that would have been much too strong, political consensus wasn't nearly as strong as it wasn't sketch one. But I think one of the things that's really striking to me from both Canada. And from the history of the Affordable Care Act is like once you get it to work in one state the path towards a national plan. It seems to be pretty quick like within a and you didn't have these doctors. Strikes in any of the other provinces than a decade of the sketch Juan plan rolling out and this doctor strike you had this program all across Canada within what like five years of Massachusetts doing Romney care you had ObamaCare once these things like find a beachhead, they seem to like become pretty entrenched pretty quickly. And I think that is why you saw the American Medical cessation going into sketchy on like, you know, opposing this. Because they really did see the writing on the wall little bit that like if this can prove successful in one province in one state. It can really be it can spread very quickly and things can go from controversial to status quo at a pretty rapid clip. Once they take hold. I think as the funnel is one postscript on this in your story. Sarah, Canada, a couple years ago had a poll for the most admired Canadian, and it wasn't you know, hockey. Player or it was Tommy Douglas, and they have four hour bio-pics of him that run on television..

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"canadian medical association" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"canadian medical association" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"And they cussed cannabis before the market before it was manufacturing, edible goods and stuff. And they found a lot of these growers who had all these years planning. They've been growing cannabis organically hadn't been using very risky. Hip pesticides control fungus to control insect infestations, which happens when you grow culture of any sort giant Buffa right along the species. And so they use a lot of these industrial strength. Now, unlike vegetables fruits, which some of these chemicals are we do not wash Canada for smoking. They spoke directly so people have been ingesting this stuff directly into their. And I don't think people want decides in there. And so that gives people incentive to go to state pot shops in Canada rather than rely the black Mark even though they try to undersell state stores in the short. This been study about how many people consume are one of those been tainted with all these chemicals and pesticides in this country. It's been going on for decades wanna think about it. When you have outdoor indoor grows are underground. You know, it's just too easy for these hours to reach for the industrial strikes chemicals rather than organic needs needs slower, sometimes more labor intensive but you can grow the stuff without using these chemicals. So going one of the things I was reading this morning about the legalization in Canada is the Canadian medical association. Others really seem to oppose this saying hasn't gone far enough to protect citizens in Canada from the. Consequence was Asian. Debate on what that means. I heard that debate. I didn't hear an why they legalize it earlier. I've heard about that. What do we know about that? You know, south rogue never had a problem dating cannabis Canada must get don't even before ending prohibition. So they have been using it. Smokes..

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"canadian medical association" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"canadian medical association" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"From ABC news. I'm chuck. Feverish and Turkish investigators right now combing the outside and inside of the top Saudi diplomats house in is tumble. Fifteen days and surveillance video shows Washington Post writer, Jamal kashogi when inside the Saudi conflict, but there's no indication he came out ABC news senior foreign correspondent, Ian panel in Turkey talking with a close friend of kashogi Catan to kiss Leche describing what he was told a multiple briefings with Turkish security officials have been repeated claims that there is proof. The Mr. hassle g was killed. There is an audio recording. Are you aware of security officials said they do have audio? He tells us he says the recordings are when kashogi walked into the concerts. He was given a document to sign. He refused and was then killed. Turkish officials being told the President Trump wants either audio or video recordings whichever exist. He's waiting for a full report from secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, the Saudis deny involvement on the first day of legal. Recreational pot sales across Canada Trudeau administration planning to expedite pardons. For Canadians convicted of minor marijuana offenses ABC's GIO Benitez in Montreal the Canadian medical association journal calls it all an uncontrolled experiment. Putting money above the health of Canadians, but prime minister Justin Trudeau who campaigned on a promise to legalize tweeted that regulating putt means prophets out of the hands of criminals protection for our kids. It could also mean an estimated four hundred million dollars in tax revenue. California officials rolling out shake alert and earthquake early warning system for people in California, Oregon and Washington to alert schools hospitals, police, fire transportation and others before the ground shakes, Doug, even with US Geological Survey. There is a lot of work to be done. However, there is a lot of capability in the system. Is that exists today to the point where it can definitely be you? You're listening to ABC.

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"canadian medical association" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"canadian medical association" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Why I don't understand the LA times reports a sticker switches an effort to reduce the number of cars in those lanes to speed up traffic apparently the program, would you just let everybody drive in them. Apparently, the program was so popular there were so many people buying electric cars that they went ahead and build up the lanes. Now, the people who drive the electric vehicle say, no, no, no, no, no. The problem is fuel burning drivers illegally using the carpool lanes. They should be the ones to get penalized. I got I think he got a better bet of I don't believe in this sort of social engineering at all you got a better bed of of me buying an electric car because I think, wow, I can drive in the car pool lane. Now that's worth it to me. Then you do people carpooling you can count the number of people who carpool in any. In any city because it will help them out in this lane on one hand trying it only for thirty years, Jack. Let's give it another year or two chance you're going to come up with a plan where you all get together in one of you gets up a little earlier, or whatever you can get together and make everybody. Now, you're sleeping our less every day. So you can make the rounds like a bus. Exactly. No, buddy. Certain antibacterial household cleaners could be contributing to childhood obesity. I'll be damned at a new study out of cabinet calories. Are in them. A new study out of candidates shows that when infants are exposed to certain products. There is a change in the child's gut bacteria that makes it harder for the baby to convert food to energy. Wow. Yet, another example of the over cleanliness of the modern world, scientists at the Canadian medical association journal reported with exception of San Francisco where they've got it. Right. There's an animal dung dung. My house is not shining. The journal reports that children digest foods differently, depending on what sort of cleaning products are used in the house horrifying that is freaking horrifying. It's it's amazing. Yep. They found that the homes were eco friendly. Cleaning products are used the children were less likely to be there. Anti wait a minute. Who studied to us? Clean. Association Canadian medical association. Okay. All right. I mean, it's it's it's a reputable study, and there has been a lot of work done on. Okay. The bacteria in your gut. You know, we'll help you just boot and run things. Mine barks at me. That's your literacy rate in Canada one in five. America's actually improve America's. There you go. That's a wrap that your news. I'm Marshall Phillips. The Armstrong and Getty show. The conscience of the nation flies. I hope all Canadians and those who loved them understand. We're being silly Canada's awesome. We love canon every time I've been Canadian every time I've been in Canada and many vacations. I have I thought what do I need to do to move here? I love hockey. Taxes? I I don't like hocken. I love rush. I like syrup. Really like maple leaves? I have a maple tree. You're practically Canadian as it is. That's right. So I know we have more bosses what we think of our bosses, according to a new survey that's a good one. Plus if you get the award winning four hour of the show, we're going to talk to one of the scientists who is behind figuring out what are those mystery weapons being used against our diplomats that are causing brain damage hearing damage, these are savage attacks unforgivable and and science scientists taken the lead and figuring out. What's going on scary? Stay tuned to the Armstrong and Getty show. Getty, conscience, the nation. This is Bloomberg market minute. The Dow moving higher on the back of financials, the SNP little changed at the index weighed down by technology shares. Bloomberg reports the Justice department has joined the SEC to investigate last month's Twitter. Posting by tesla CEO, Elon Musk musk said, he might take the electric car maker private and that caused a temporary spike in the price of Tesla's shares car industry, employees concern that robots will put them out of work. You don't have to worry for now of the thirteen publicly traded automakers eleven had more staff compared with urine twenty thirteen. That's according to data compiled by Bloomberg General Motors and Nissan were the exception shrinking their work workforce's. The car industry has three point one million employees eleven percent more than.

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"canadian medical association" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"canadian medical association" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Illegally using the carpool lanes. They should be the ones to get penalized. Got I think he got a better bet of I don't believe in this sort of social engineering at all you got a better bed of of me buying electric car because I think, wow, I can drive in the carpool lane. Now that's worth it to me. Then you do people carpooling you can count the number of people carpool in any in any city because it will help them out in this lane on one hand been trying it only for thirty years, Jack. Let's give it another year or two at the chance that you're going to come up with a plan where you all get together. And one of you gets up a little earlier or whatever you can get together and dry. Make everybody on. Now, you're sleeping an hour less every day. So you can make the rounds like a buzz. Exactly. No, buddy. Certain antibacterial household cleaners could be contributing to childhood obesity. I'll be damned get a new study out of cabinet calories in them. A new study out of candidates shows that when infants are exposed to certain products. There is a change in the child's gut bacteria that makes it harder for the baby to convert food to energy. Wow. Yet, another example of the over cleanliness of the modern world, scientists at the Canadian medical association journal reports exception of San Francisco where they've got it. Right. There's an animal dung dung. My house is not another shining. The journal reports that children digest boots differently depending on what sort of cleaning products are used in the house horrifying that is freaking horrifying. It's it's amazing. Yep. They found that the homes were eco friendly. Cleaning products are used the children were less likely to be weighed. And then they're anti.

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"canadian medical association" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"canadian medical association" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"It's a summer movie you can't miss for the fall election we. Can't lose bring. A liberal friends with you. To see death. Of a nation it's a story they won't hear anywhere else it's rated, PG thirteen isn't theaters August third for more, information and to. Watch the trailer you can, go to death. Of a nation movie dot com that's death of a nation movie dot com Lacks is in Cleveland Ohio lecture, in the Larry. Elder show thank you so, much for calling Hi out very big average show make you, go so he goes to, college and as many socialists been in. My college and you know and Especially. Versatile will getting better say God is doing very good. With it they're saying they spend spend less money for the same kid as? US, does he stays? Cheaper because they involved and there's no? Agreed how, do they explain to them that socialism. Every single payer healthcare don't work how how do I how would you explain it to, them Yeah. Well first of all the the statement about Canada. Is false a. Few years ago the incoming head of the Canadian medical association. Equivalent of our AMA she said. Our healthcare, system is imploding and we need to. Have more competition not less moreover lacks the guy that basically invented the Canadian healthcare. System I'm going to screw up his last name I never took French is called, Claude gasden way something like. That he is the father of the of the Canadian healthcare system he still alive. In his nineties he said we screwed. Up by outlawing private competition we need more. Competition in order to achieve the kinds of excellence that we want so, the guy that created the system is now saying that we made a. Mistake we should have had competition we didn't competition by the way when they. Created their healthcare system lacks was illegal you couldn't go. To a private doctor you'll be committing a crime if you did and the? Guy, that designed the? System now says that was a mistake Okay lax I would also, tell you this on the. Larry elder website there's an article called how laws fair made Sweden rich it's a. Pretty long article I suggest you take. It read it and maybe distributed to some. Of your friends because this nonsense about Sweden that joy Behar referred to I've told you before Sweden got wealthy when they had taxes and regulations that were lower than ours The guy that wrote it is from Sweden Quote Sweden often gets held up as an example. Of how socialism can work better than markets Once upon a time I got interested in theories, of economic development because I studied, a low income country poorer than the Congo with life expectancy. Half as long and infant mortality three times as high as the. Average developing country north country, that was my own Sweden less. Than one, hundred, fifty years ago he writes at that time Sweden was incredibly poor and hungry crop failures People leaving the country and he said that people. Left the country because they, had no opportunities it all changed when a Guy who wasn't even economists. Convinced them that they need to be employing free markets he wrote a pamphlet which was not published widely headed been published he might have been called the. Father of modern economics because it came in eleven years before before, wealth of a nation, was published in seventeen seventy six socialism failing to work as it always. Does this time in Venezuela You talked about giving everybody something free and all of a sudden there's no food and who do you. Think is the richest person in Venezuela the daughter of Google Hello Anyway Quote in one thousand nine hundred fifty Sweden was known as a great success story taxes were lower and the public sector smaller than the rest of Europe and the United States in the.

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"canadian medical association" Discussed on White Coat, Black Art

White Coat, Black Art

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"canadian medical association" Discussed on White Coat, Black Art

"Thinking about that and now that we've had individuals speak up i feel that step one i fill the next up is that institutions have to admit that there's problems one of the things that has changed is we have data on research now that show there's gender inequity and that's show there's harassment so now it's time for the medical institutions to admit there's a problem and to participate in making positive change you told your story but i gather you didn't name names i didn't name names and i have been thinking about that overnight actually i watched a very excellent video that h has put out they had a movie producer and writer come in to speak and her point resonated with us that reporting sexual harassment is a public service so overnight i did think about this and i am prepared to report this now on the confidential line that hss set up my concern of not remembering the details which i think women have experienced with trials that have happened you know my memory isn't that great from twenty five years ago but i i know i know what happened was wrong and i do not want this to happen to anyone else and it's now my responsibility to report that if i can't report it i can't expect people who are coming after me to report it so i feel i need to act dr g g o slur is the president elect of the canadian medical association in earlier this month she spoke at the canadian women in medicine wellness conference in ottawa she made a commitment to address bullying intimidation and sexual harass moment in medicine how important is it at this time in history that someone like geo slower is is about to become the president of of the doctors organization the canadian medical sociation and is making this such a high priority extremely important she signed excellent work already as the presidentelect myself and seven leaders across canada have submitted a grant to look at this issue so may has a grant to kirk create communities of interest we would like to create an online network for women and men in medicine to talk about this issue our objective is to create an inclusive inequitable medical community we hope that we can attain this santa five your time span and we will be following this with interest and and we're very glad that you finally came on the air to speak to us on white coat black art thank you so much for the opportunity at that recent meeting were dr kim kelly told her story of sexual harassment berta medical association.

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"canadian medical association" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"canadian medical association" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"Dodger black moore what's your take on lowering the barbara cannabis i would counter that by saying that i think when patients go to a doctor and they want information and they wanted by s they want only the highest standard of evidence and they want the same standard for all of the products that the physician is recommending to them i think dr wear also hit on one of the real challenges for the medical profession when he said that this is a substance that doesn't necessarily fit sort of the standard medical paradigm it's not like other types of medication and i think that gets back to this question of why would we continue to have a separate medical system for its authorisation when it doesn't fit the medical paradigm when it's not like any other type of intervention and more importantly when people can get it anyway just by going down to the store or by ordering it online or by phone without a doctor's authorisation dr blackman dr wear thank you both for coming together to discuss it my pleasure thank you very much for having me thank you very much bob it's been a pleasure thank you jeff dr mark wear studies cannabis and he's an associate professor in the departments of family medicine and anesthesia mcgill university dr jeff blackmore is the vice president of medical professionalism with the canadian medical association we reached out to health canada to find out what their plan was post legalization in a statement they said they will be maintaining a quote distinct system to provide patients with reasonable access to cannabis for medical purposes.

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"canadian medical association" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"canadian medical association" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"A few weeks ago at a medical conference in toronto things got heated and that's putting it nicely the conference was the canadian consortium for the investigation of cannabinoid 's and in attendance were scientists who study cannabis physicians pharmacists and nurses they were all there to discuss what should happen with canada's medical marijuana policy when the drug becomes legal for anyone to use when the canadian medical association started to explain their position things got ugly that position in a nutshell the powerful medical body wants to wash their hands of the medical marijuana program once the drug is legal well others disagree strongly and that led to booing hissing and ultimately the cme representative walking out well today we're going to explore the science behind both sides of this debate dr mark where is executive director of the consortium that organized the conference he's also an associate professor in the departments of family medicine anesthesia at mcgill university he studies medical cannabis and he's an ottawa and dr jeff black moore is the physician who walked out of the conference he's the vice president of medical professionalism with the canadian medical association and we caught up with him in riga latvia dr wear dr black moore welcomed corks and quirks thank you thank you dr bachmann let's start with you just briefly because we're going to this in more detail in a moment why do you think candidate should abandon its medical cannabis system sure well basically the view of the cna is that this is a system that the physicians of canada through the cna did not ask for in fact we were fairly vocal in opposition to this type of system and it was really the result of a court decision that meant that physicians had to regulate access to substance that by large is is really not scientifically proven to be effective in.

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"canadian medical association" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"canadian medical association" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"In radio all public schools are socialist all socialism fail all way you can't take socialism choline replace it knocked a half free enterprise poke kits play it sixteen just wicket every failure of every government institutions putin's every level of law enforcement that repeatedly fail if he want real security privately hired security and can't trust government should view dini thing to tax to give you a short spell that's called free enterprise have a great day by triple eight nine two one s h g e triple eight nine seven one seven two forgery of great call well article 1 section eight of the constitution does empowered the government to form a military with one of the fundamental responsibility the government by italy get your point about so many things that governments doing that the private sector could do and do better not least of which of course is healthcare we don't have a free market system and health to talking about that many times the incoming a few years ago the incoming head of the canadian medical association said in a polling her our system is imploding in the book i didn't say that she did this is the incoming head of the canadian medical association several years ago that equivalent of our matter khmer american medical association here you have the incoming head of the canadian medical association several years ago admitting that their system with quote imploding close quote lee um idea of private education about ten percent of americans educate their children in private schools most americans overwhelmingly obviously educate their children in public school why for much of our nation's history we did not have this government system we sort of did not have a department of education one of the departments that republicans constantly talk about shutting down in never deal.

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"canadian medical association" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"canadian medical association" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"He now says he was wrong the incoming that then incoming head of the canadian medical association said our healthcare system is quote imploding close quote okay so you have a basketball player named steve nasty from canada who quoting all these people and field it is a really bad idea for americans to adopt universal health coverage that's why he wanted to play in america that's why he didn't want to play in canada that's why he moved his family here yacht of luxury gift see there by the way the lefty so if you just now joining me i'm not saying it all this happened he the lefty but i'm just saying hypothetically a white player in the nba from canada aware of the canadian healthcare system field it's a bad idea for america the land of the free home of the brave to move in a collective with in a collectivist fashion and said so and referred to president barack obama who get signed obamacare as a bomb what do you think would happen there are some uh nba players who have members in the military okay let's poses a white player got out family members serving in iraq president obama comes in calls the iraq war a dumb more pulls out all the troops and says as kevin durant did i feel like this country of being run by a bad coach close quote what do you think would happen to that white player who got a relative in iraq and relatives very upset about what he calls the obama bug out has told this player about the obama bug out the player has embrace that attitude states is a bad idea and said i feel like we were being run by a bad coach which this what kevin durant said about president trump what do you think would happen.

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"canadian medical association" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"canadian medical association" Discussed on WGTK

"The nba stars kevin durant and lebron james have criticized the president and a video it's a show on espn and they're in a car lebron james's in the passenger side and kevin durant is in the rear end the host of the show was driving the car and both of them just tee off on president trump we played a little bit of this yesterday we'll do it again warrior said if we had an invite we're not going to the white house levine called the president about lure straighter how do you describe the climbing four and a half meet with the platform nowadays that want to talk about what's happening world war now let's just paws right here she said that lebron james call president trump a bomb to which president to which saw lebron james replied straight up until he doubling down on referring to the president essabar now stay with me here these are called hypotheticals i only say that because when i tweeted there's somebody rolled back and set larry really good at making a fax kohl hypothetical hypothetically steve nash canadian nba player happens to be white and as a resident of canada he feels hypothetically that the canadian healthcare system is a really bad idea and he hypothetically quotes the founder of the canadian healthcare system whose name i always butcher claude gassed and we who in his 90s still alive now regrets the fact that he not inject more competition because it was illegal for a private doctor to practice for many many years in canada he now says he was wrong the incoming that then incoming head of the canadian medical association said our healthcare system is quote imploding close called okay so you have a basketball player named steve nasty from canada who've quoting all these people in field it is a really bad idea for americans to adopt universal health coverage that's why he wanted to play in america that's why he didn't want to play in canada that's why he moved his family here yacht of latter again steve nash by the way the lefty so if you just now joining me i'm not saying at all this happen he's a lefty but i'm just saying hypothetically a white player in the nba from canada aware of the canadian healthcare system field it's a bad idea for america the land of the.

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"canadian medical association" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"canadian medical association" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The nba stars kevin durant and lebron james have criticized the president and a video it's a show on espn and they're in a car lebron james's in the passenger side and kevin durant is in the rear end the host of the show was driving the car in both of them just he off on president trump we played a little bit of this yesterday we'll do it again warrior said if we had an invite we're not going to the white house levine kava president upon moore throw how do you describe the climate four and a half read with a platform nowadays that want to talk about what's happening world water now let's just paws right here she said that lebron james call president trump a bomb to which president to which saw lebron james replied straight up till he's doubling down on referring to the president as a bar now stay with me here these are called hypotheticals i only say that because when i tweeted there's somebody rolled back and set larry really good at making a fax kohl hypothetical hypothetically steve nash canadian nba player happens to be white and as a resident of canada he feels hypothetically that the canadian healthcare system is a really bad idea and he hypothetically quote the founder of the canadian healthcare system whose name i always butcher claude gassed and we who in his 90s still alive now regrets the fact that he not inject more competition because it was illegal for a private doctor to practice for many many years and canada he now says he was wrong the incoming the vent incoming head of the canadian medical association said our healthcare system if quote imploding close quote okay so you have a basketball player named steve nasty from canada whose quoting all these people and field it is a really bad idea for americans to adopt universal health coverage that's why he wanted to play in america that's why he didn't want to play in canada that's why he moved his family here yabloko lighter again steve asked by the way the lefty so if you're just now joining me i'm not saying at all this happened he the lefty but i'm just saying hypothetically a white player in the nba from canada aware of the canadian healthcare system field it's a bad idea for america the.

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"canadian medical association" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"canadian medical association" Discussed on WGTK

"The nba stars kevin durant and lebron james criticized the president and a video it's a show on espn and they're in a car lebron james's in the passenger side and kevin durant is in the rear end the host of the show was driving the car and both of them just he off on president trump we played a little bit of this yesterday we'll do it again warrior said if we had an invite we're not going to the white house levine called the president about the freighter how did you describe the climate for an half with the platform nowadays that want to talk about what's happening world water now let's just paws right here she said that lebron james call president trump a bomb to which president to which saw lebron james replied straight up until he's doubling down on referring to the president as a bunk now stay with me here these are called hypotheticals i i only say that because when i tweeted that somebody role bakken said larry really good at making a fax all hypothetical hypothetically steve nash canadian nba player happens to be white and as a resident of canada he feels hypothetically that the canadian healthcare system is a really bad idea and he hypothetically quotes the founder of the canadian healthcare system whose name i always butcher claude gaffed him gwee who in his ninety still alive now regrets the fact that he not inject more competition because it was illegal for a private doctor to practice for many many years and canada he now says he was wrong the incoming that then incoming head of the canadian medical association said our healthcare system is quote imploding close quote okay so you have a basketball player named steve nasty from canada who've quoting all these people and feel it is a really bad idea for americans to adopt universal health coverage that's why he wanted to play in america that's why he didn't want to play in canada that's why he moved his family here yatta blatter again steve act by the way the lefty so if you just now joining me i'm not saying at all this happened he the lefty but i'm just saying hypothetically a white player in the nba from canada aware of the canadian healthcare system field it's a bad idea for america the land of the.

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"canadian medical association" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"canadian medical association" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The nba stars kevin durant and the brian james have criticized the president and a video it's a show on espn and they're in a car lebron james's in the passenger side and kevin durant as in the rear end the host of the show is driving the car and both of them just teeoff on president trump we played a little bit of this yesterday we'll do it again warrior said if we had an invite we're not going to the white house levine called the president of the threat of how to describe the climate porn have read with the platform nowadays don't want to talk about what's happening world water now let's just paws right here she said that lebron james call president trump a bomb to which britain to which saw lebron james replied straight up until he's doubling down on referring to the president esteban now stay with me here these are called hypotheticals i i only say that because when i tweeted there somebody roll back and said larry really good at making a fax kohl hypothetical hypothetically steve nash canadian nba player happens to be white and as a resident of canada he feels hypothetically that the canadian healthcare system is a really bad idea and he hypothetically quotes the founder of the canadian healthcare system whose name i always butcher claude gaffed and we who in his ninety still alive now regrets the fact that he not inject more competition because it was illegal for a private doctor to practice for many many years in canada he now says he was wrong the incoming that then incoming head of the canadian medical association said our healthcare system if quote imploding close quote okay so you have a basketball player named steve nash she from canada who've quoting all these people and field it is a really bad idea for americans to adopt universal health coverage that's why he wanted to play in america that's why he didn't want to play in canada that's why he moved his family here yatta blood tear again steve asked by the way the lefty so if you're just now joining me i'm not saying at all this happened he the lefty but i'm just saying hypothetically a white player in the nba from canada aware of the canadian healthcare system field it's a bad idea for america the land of the free home of the.

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"canadian medical association" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:23 min | 4 years ago

"canadian medical association" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Never mind the best way to improve health healthcare to make it more accessible to improve the quality pillow with if isis is for there to be more free markets which is exactly what the canadians have discovered claude gassed and way said to be the father the canadian healthcare system he design their healthcare system in quebec it was quickly them copy biljana provinces he is the father of the canadian healthcare system over ninety years old he now says we made a mistake when we said that there should be no competition we need more competition in a few years ago the incoming head of the canadian medical association the equivalent of the american medical association except candida said that our healthcare system is imploding herve not mine and she said we need to have more competition so they're moving towards a more of american model in we are moving towards a more canadian model dole figure so to reiterate republicans should remind the american people we had nothing to do with this bill our fingerprints are not on it we tried to have some by in they said no had gotten some by and then we could understand why they turning to us to quote unquote save or fix these socalled glitches at healer recalled of during the debate but you got nobody in from us how dare you blame this on us you frontloaded it meaning the taxes paid in early benefits paid out late so that the cbo would give it a positive score you knew darn well that you underfunded it you knew darn well that these insurance companies cannot do all the things wanted them to do without getting a cash infusion through the back door you didn't guarantee the cash infusion because you assume that you're gonna remain in power owes you didn't and now you have this mess and at the foot of president trump in your blaming republicans how dare you we're gonna go over this georgia race we comeback triple eight nine two one s a gee why are the stakes so high the white house is watching the race they are very concerned about it and i wanna remind you of what chuck todd told tom perez the dnc chair about the last special election when chuck todd the journalism nbc felt that the dnc didn't take it seriously enough on larry only do not leave town call in now join the conversation eight eight eight nine seven.

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"canadian medical association" Discussed on Gastropod

Gastropod

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"canadian medical association" Discussed on Gastropod

"And yet ab sasa kind of them i don't know it just takes his taste really good i like it what kind of peanut is this again this is the virginia go america man exactly the moral it's or this one wasn't our favorite it doesn't seem that different for me them the runner and actually there in the same like when they're grouped together in the bride alls it's the runner and the virginia and the spanish and the valencia lead us we're like somalia is peanut butter too i want that to be a thing that i would be the first master peanuts somalia now i can close my eyes blindfolded the i i smell that i taste to tell you this was a valencia grown at five thousand feet above sea level oh my gosh valencia's are grown higher by fee level and he's not getting that's totally i'm the peanut whisper tens but heating peanut butter every morning for breakfast for like a decade and he is clearly eight peanut butter expert okay so the valencia but it was a good gas but it really is grown of four thousand feet in the us this whole thing even though i felt completely ridiculous doing a peanut butter tasting and was one of the more surprising taste tests we've done for the show i really was expecting peanut butter to just be peanut butter but now i've sold my soul to virginia peanuts and i can only get my peanut butter in the mail which i am perfectly aware is about the busiest thing i've ever said this is of unwanted tested whom though and if you go to our website guest dot com or of the names of the peanut butter is we used but not all of you will be able to give it a try because i am betting that some of you listeners either are or live with someone who is allergic to peanuts so the first medical case that i've come across pena dollar jifa tally is in the canadian medical association journal the late eighties are then a couple months later there's one of the journal of the american medical association.

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