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Colorado Matters
Jan. 18, 2022: Mesa County clerk under new scrutiny; Could cannabis help exercise?

Colorado Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 49:23


CPR's Bente Birkland details the latest in the lawsuit against Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Tina Peters. Then, Denver native Nicole Lewis is now the launch director for a mission sending seven satellites into space on the wing of a 747. Plus, Denver journalist Josiah Hesse explores the use of cannabis in sports in his new book, "Runner's High."

Heavy Lies the Helmet
Episode 85 - A Great First Compression w/Dr. Per Olav Berve

Heavy Lies the Helmet

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 59:39


Transport of patients with ongoing CPR to the correct treatment center is a high risk but potentially lifesaving intervention. Mechanical CPR (mCPR) devices are recommended to reduce risk and maintain chest compression quality. However, such transports have inherent pitfalls to both patient and provider safety. This is a poorly studied field of our practice and no clear consensus for how this should be done exists. In this podcast episode, we are joined by Dr. Per Olav Berve to discuss the practical challenges of these missions, CPR physiology, hemodynamics, and hopefully some hard-earned advice on how to get a patient in cardiac arrest to hospital in a survivable physiologic state. Get CE hours for our podcast episodes HERE! -------------------------------------------- Twitter @heavyhelmet Facebook @heavyliesthehelmet Instagram @heavyliesthehelmet YouTube /heavyliesthehelmet Website heavyliesthehelmet.com Email contact@heavyliesthehelmet.com Disclaimer: The views, information, or opinions expressed on the Heavy Lies the Helmet podcast are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of their employers and their employees. Heavy Lies the Helmet, LLC is not responsible for the accuracy of any information available for listening on this platform. The primary purpose of this series is to educate and inform, but it is not a substitute for your local laws, medical direction, or sound judgment. --------------------------------------------  Crystals VIP by From The Dust | https://soundcloud.com/ftdmusic Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US

Colorado Matters
Jan. 12, 2022: Memories in the ashes; COVID's economic reset; New Year, new laws

Colorado Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 51:02


A Louisville couple returns to the ruins of the home they lost in the Marshall fire. And, a nonprofit helps fire victims. Then, CPR reporter Andrew Kenney on economic resets in the pandemic. Also, new state laws that took effect January 1. Plus, a Denver Rescue Mission program for people in recovery. Finally, a new school uses the community as a classroom.

ALLD20
S2 Ep53: Just Cocoons

ALLD20

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 38:02


The manor is surrounded by a membranous cocoon! Camlea plays innocent, 9 tries out his CPR technique, Bovin gets dirt in his face and Miles devours demonic chickens. Join us and tap play!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/Alld20)

CPR’s Connect the Dots
S6 Ep1: S6E1: Home is Where the Flood Is

CPR’s Connect the Dots

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 48:44


In Season 6 of CPR's Connect the Dots podcast, we're discussing climate resiliency — that is, our ability to handle the stresses caused by climate disruption and adapt to changing conditions. The crisis may be stark, but there are solutions and pathways to a viable, sustainable future. Kicking off the season, host Rob Verchick digs into resiliency, real estate, and how climate change is beginning to impact people's decisions on where to live -- or move.  Rob is joined by Daryl Fairweather, chief economist at Redfin; Philip Mulder, a researcher at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business; Matt Kahn, Provost Professor of Economics at the University of Southern California and the author of Adapting to Climate Change; and Sean Hecht, CPR Member Scholar and Evan Frankel Professor of Policy and Practice at UCLA School of Law.

Henrico CTE Now
Henrico CTE Now. Season 4, Episode 1: Guest: Marrie Vargas and Emma Crider, ACE Center EMT graduates.

Henrico CTE Now

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 26:54


In the first episode of our 4th season, we interview Marrie Vargas and Emma Crider, ACE Center EMT graduates who have started a CPR program for Henrico County. It's a great ACE Center Success Story you are going to want to hear about. Make sure to give us a shoutout at Henrico CTE Now. We would love to hear from you. What do you like? Who would you like us to interview? Send us an email at mwroberts@henrico.k12.va.us. Also, please tell your friends and family about us and be sure to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE so you get a notice when we post our next episode. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/henrico-cte/message

Midnight Train Podcast
Pro Wrestling Deaths

Midnight Train Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 151:57


Today we're entering the world of sports. That's right, we're talking about everyone's favorite sport… Curling! Curling is a sport in which players slide stones on a sheet of ice toward a target area segmented into four concentric circles. It is related to bowls, boules, and shuffleboard. Two teams, each with four players, take turns sliding heavy, polished granite rocks, also called stones, across the ice curling sheet toward the house, a circular target marked on the ice. Each team has eight stones, with each player throwing two. The purpose is to accumulate the highest score for a game; points are scored for the stones resting closest to the center of the house after each end, which is completed when both teams have thrown all of their stones. A game usually consists of eight or ten ends…  Um...What the fuck.. Fucking Moody… This is why we can't trust him to do research while hunting Sasquatch in Canada… Hold on, let me find the right notes… Son of a bitch, where are they… Ah, here we go. Today we are actually going into the wonderful world of… WRESTLING!!! But you know us… we're actually not looking at the wonderful part… No sirs and madams, we take it to the not-so-wonderful side. We'll be discussing some crazy and tragic wrestler Deaths. Many of our beloved childhood wrestling favorites have passed on over the past decade or so. Many were related to the job's rigors, leading to drug use and overdose, heart attacks, suicides, and a host of other causes. Today, we're going to look at some more… "interesting," if you will... wrestler deaths. Some of these guys you'll know, some only hardcore wrestling fans will know, and some, none of you may know, at all. Also, we're going to skip some of the biggest ones because they've been covered more times than podcasts covering Ted Bundy and in much more detail within the time we have, so you won't be hearing about some of the more popular ones. So without any more curling bullshit (fucking Moody). Let's get to it!    First up is an old-timer that primarily wrestled in Australia… We love you beautiful sumbitches in Australia, so we wanted to throw this one in. Also, maybe you guys have some stories about this guy if you're old enough to remember him. His name is Brute Bernard! He initially made his name as tag team partner of Skull Murphy in the WWF. Brute toured the world with Skull until he died in 1969. Brute won the IWA World Tag titles in Australia with Murphy 6 times. They defeated Mark Lewin & Dominic de Nucci, Lewin & Bearcat Wright, Mario Milano & Billy White Wolf, Mario Milano & Antonio Pugliese, and Lars Anderson & Dick Murdoch. They lost to Lewin & Wright twice, Milano & Pugliese twice, Don Leo Jonathan & Antonio Pugliese, and Mario Milano & Spiros Arion. Brute continued as a solo wrestler in Australia, where he had his most tremendous success, winning the Austro-Asian title from Spiros Arion before dropping it back to him. He also wrestled extensively in the Carolinas, teaming up with the Missouri Mauler in Texas. Brute was also married to pro wrestler Betty Joe Hawkins.   He was famous for his 'camel walk.' I tried to look it up but couldn't find anything about it, but I think it was probably something like the iron Shiek's "Camel Clutch."    So when you look up the cause of death of this guy, you get a common reason of "shot while cleaning gun," which is still fucked up. The thing is, if you do a little more digging, it doesn't seem so simple. While there isn't an incredible amount of information on his death, if you look, you can find enough people that are suspicious of the "accidental" death ruling. Some think it was an intentional self-inflicted gunshot. There is a small amount that believes it was murder. And then some say that he was drunk and decided to play a game of Russian roulette. So what is the real story? Who knows? But there are enough people asking questions and spewing theories to make this an exciting appetizer for the show! Suicide? Russian roulette? Courtney Love? Who knows! And if that's "too soon", fuck off... she had SOMETHING to do with it.   Ok, so who's next? Oh, how about Neil Allen Caricofe. His ring name "Neil Superior" was better known, and he was born on April 6, 1963, in Hagerstown, Maryland. He was at one point a corrections officer, and he also served in the army reserve. He was trained by one of the Wild Samoans, who you definitely remember if you're Chainsaw's age. Superior made his pro debut in 1989. He and his father, Dick Caricofe, founded the All-Star Wrestling League (later known as the National Wrestling League) in Hagerstown, Maryland, that same year. Caricofe formed a tag team with fellow Wild Samoan graduate Doug Stahl called The Superior Brothers, "Nasty" Neil, and "Desirable" Doug Superior. At some point, the two also wrestled under the team name...The Satanic Warriors… yea… Anyway. After splitting with Stahl, Superior embarked on a singles career. One of his first significant opponents was "The Honky Tonk Man" (who I loved as a kid) and who he faced in Hagerstown on August 10, 1991. Superior also feuded with Rasta the Voodoo Mon. Later that year, Superior defeated Helmut Hesler to win the NWL Heavyweight Championship. After that, he worked for many other independent companies throughout the 90s. Finally, he became the south Atlantic pro wrestling heavyweight champion in 1992 and held the belt for 4 months until the promotion folded. He would then go back and finish his career in the NWL until his death… Which is why we're here.    Early on the morning of August 23, 1996, Caricofe, who had left his hotel room around 4:00 A.M., was observed acting erratically and running naked on the seventh floor of the Fenwick Inn in Ocean City, Maryland. Which, of course, we've all done at some point in our lives. It was believed that Caricofe had left his room accidentally and was unable to find his way back. Caricofe may have suffered from a medical condition caused by seizures, which made him sleepwalk. According to the Caricofe family, it wasn't unusual for him to sleep either in his underwear or nude. The night desk clerk, Lisa Mulvihill, became aware of the situation when a concerned guest called the front desk. When Mulvihill investigated, she saw Caricofe "jumping around and banging himself against the wall ."She briefly attempted to communicate with Caricofe but returned to the front desk and called the police, finding him unresponsive. Mulvihill received a second call that Caricofe was banging on the doors of several rooms. Mulvihill then made a second call to the police, informing them that she was returning to the seventh floor and requesting that officers meet her there. Officers would arrive and find Superior roaming the hallway, and when they approached him, they said he appeared to be in a boxer's stance, dancing around on his tiptoes and doing some kind of shadowboxing. They say he was not responding to their commands, and they called for backup when they assumed he was under the influence and dangerous. An attempt by two officers to handcuff Superior failed. They continued shouting commands to lay down on the ground and, when Caricofe failed to respond, all four officers used pepper spray, which they later claimed had no effect. Caricofe then moved toward the officers, pinning Officer Freddie Howard up against the wall, and held the officer by his shirt. Sergeant Braeuninger and Officer Alban radioed for backup, the latter calling in a "Signal 13," indicating an officer needed emergency assistance. Alban, Braeuninger, and Jones began hitting Caricofe on his lower back and legs with nightsticks to free Howard. Caricofe would run away and mash his way down 7 flights of stairs; along the way, police say he ran into a vending area and began beating his head and shoulders into the vending machines. Once he made it down the stairs, he headed into the parking lot, where more police were waiting. They sprayed him with pepper foam and beat him with nightsticks in another attempt to subdue him. Finally, the over officer grabbed him and held him long enough for the others to restrain him. The group held Caricofe down while attempting to handcuff him and place the "violent prisoner restraining device" on his legs. While police were waiting for paramedics to arrive, the officers observed that Caricofe was no longer breathing. They assisted paramedics in performing CPR on Caricofe but could not revive him. He was pronounced dead at the hospital a short time later. The story does not end there, though.    The circumstances surrounding Caricofe's death were questioned during the next few weeks. It was not learned until afterward that Caricofe had been diagnosed with a medical condition two years earlier, a neurological problem possibly resulting from a wrestling-related injury that caused seizures and made him appear to be sleepwalking. Ya know, CTE... for those that don't know, Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) is a progressive brain condition that's thought to be caused by repeated blows to the head and repeated episodes of concussion. It's mainly associated with contact sports, such as boxing or American football. The Caricofe family was given little information from authorities regarding the death of their son. They learned from Gerald Minnich, director of Minnich Funeral Home in Hagerstown, who described their son's injuries, that Neil Caricofe had sustained "a possible broken nose, swelling around his eyes and a bruise on the back of his head ." Caricofe's father did not initially hold Ocean City police liable for the death of his son. He was told by a Maryland State Police investigator and a friend who was a state trooper at the Berlin police barracks that his son had hit his head on a vending machine as he was running from police. The family believed that the responding police officers, three of whom were temporary, seasonal patrolmen, were inexperienced and had overreacted due to Neil Caricofe's size. In an article from the Washington Post, shortly after the incident, a woman who said she was staying at the hotel and witnessed the incident said Caricofe "didn't yell back or attack but refused to lay down and kept running around."   The woman, who spoke on the condition that her name not be used, said she believes that officers put something resembling a dog collar around Caricofe's neck just before he became unconscious. "There were at least 10 of them on top of him," she said. "When they were finished, he was unconscious."    City spokesman Jay Hancock said he had "not heard about anything being placed around {Caricofe's} neck at all." He said officers are trained to use a baton to strike someone in "the extremities."   The witness also said police officers did not attempt to revive Caricofe by giving him CPR, contradicting police statements that officers had done so.   The autopsy ruled the cause of death was heart disease combined with the ingestion of drugs and alcohol. A toxicology report found the presence of ephedrine, gamma hydroxybutyrate, anabolic steroids, and ethanol in his system. The family would challenge this ruling, though, as they believed he was perfectly healthy and that the police used excessive force, which caused his death. A year after Caricofe's death, his parents were still unable to find out the details of what occurred that night. The family's Baltimore attorney, Gerald Ruter, believed his clients were being stonewalled by law enforcement. So the family began their own investigation. On June 2, 1998, Caricofe's parents filed a $350 million federal lawsuit against the Ocean City Police Department, claiming that their son had died due to police brutality. The case was heard in U.S. District Court in Baltimore. Gerald Ruter, an attorney for the Caricofe family, claimed that the officers "jumped on him and knocked him down and emptied several cans of pepper spray into his face," causing him to suffocate to death. It was further claimed their use of nightsticks and pepper spray to subdue Neil Caricofe was unnecessary and constituted excessive force. Among those named in the lawsuit included former mayor Roland F. Powell, Police Chief David Massey, and 13 Ocean City police officers charged with wrongful death, excessive force, inadequate training and supervision of police, and false arrest.    The case was dismissed by Judge Frederic Smalkin, who believed the officers had appropriately responded. The ruling was upheld by the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on April 1, 2002, concluding that the officers had never resorted to deadly force.   Sounds pretty fucked up. More police bullshit? Justified force? Who knows, but that's a crazy tale!   Next is one of the more prominent wrestlers we're gonna talk about. He started out as the Blue Angel, which transformed him into the Blue Blazer, the character that first brought him success. He is none other than the legendary Owen Hart. This is another one that's been covered a ton, but we wanted to talk about it because some of us here at the train remember watching this happen live. A member of the Hart wrestling family, he was born in Calgary, Alberta, the youngest of twelve children of Stampede Wrestling promoters Stu and Helen Hart. Among other accolades, Owen was a one-time USWA Unified World Heavyweight Champion, a two-time WWF Intercontinental Champion, a one-time WWF European Champion, and a four-time WWF World Tag Team Champion, as well as the 1994 WWF King of the Ring. He headlined multiple pay-per-view events for the WWF and was widely regarded as one of the company's best in-ring performers. And if you've never seen him in action, the guy was an absolute specimen in the ring. On May 23, 1999, Hart fell to his death in Kansas City, Missouri, during the Over the Edge pay-per-view event. Hart was in the process of being lowered via harness and grapple line into the ring from the rafters of Kemper Arena for a booked Intercontinental Championship match against The Godfather. In keeping with the Blazer's new "buffoonish superhero" character, he began a dramatic entrance, being lowered to just above ring level. At that time, he would act "entangled," then release himself from the safety harness and fall flat on his face for comedic effect—this necessitated the use of a quick-release mechanism. It was an elaboration on a Blue Blazer stunt done previously on Sunday Night Heat before Survivor Series in 1998. While being lowered into the ring, Hart fell 78 feet (24 m), landing chest-first on the top rope (approximately a foot from the nearest turnbuckle), throwing him into the ring. Hart had performed the stunt only a few times before. Hart's widow Martha has suggested that Hart unintentionally triggered an early release by moving around to get comfortable with both the harness and his cape. Television viewers did not see the incident. Instead, a pre-taped vignette was being shown on the pay-per-view broadcast and on the monitors in the darkened arena during the fall. A vignette is any piece of video footage featuring characters or events shown to the audience for entertainment or edification. It is usually meant to introduce a debuting character, get a wrestler over before their TV wrestling debut, or signify an impending return. Afterward, while medical personnel worked on Hart inside the ring, the live event's broadcast showed only the audience. Meanwhile, WWF television announcer Jim Ross repeatedly told those watching live on pay-per-view that what had just transpired was not a wrestling angle or storyline and that Hart was hurt badly, emphasizing the seriousness of the situation. Jim Ross would later say in an interview.                     "Being at ringside the night he fell [and announcing live on air that he had died] was the toughest thing I ever did. To this day, I've still never seen the tape. I was pretty numb. Everyone was in shock that night. I still have nightmares about it. Owen was as warm-hearted as any human being I have ever known. He loved to laugh, and he loved to make other people laugh. He had a great spirit, a good soul, and a good heart."   Five months before his tragic death, Owen Hart opened up to Slam Wrestling about his desire to soon leave wrestling:   "When my contract is up, I'm out of wrestling. I've made plans. I've been smart with my fiscal affairs. Financially, I'll be set. I really want to devote a lot of time to my family. I've bought some property on a lake. I plan on doing a lot of boating and fishing. I want to continue to stay in shape. And who knows, I might do ten weeks a year in Japan. Something just to motivate me to keep in shape, keep involved a little bit but not have to deal with the politics, the pressures that are so intense right now. I've paid my dues for twelve years now. If I continue for five more, that's seventeen years working at a pretty hard clip. I think that at that point, my family, my wife, and my kids, have been compromised enough. I would like to kind of just disappear from wrestling fans and stuff. I don't want to forget the fans and what they've done. They've supported me and stuff, but at the same time, I'd like to just — I don't want to be hanging on like one of these wrestlers who's sixty years old, saying, 'Hey, I'm a wrestler.' Let it go. Make your money out of it and get on. Going out and performing- it's an art. I'd like fans to remember me as a guy who would go out and entertain them, give them quality matches. Not just the same old garbage every week."   There was a lot of controversy over the incident. One of the main things that people talked about was how they went on with the show that night after the fall. So many people were upset that they would do this.    Vince McMahon would say of the decision:              "Knowing Owen as the performer he was, it is my belief that he would have wanted the show to go on. I didn't know if it was the right decision. I just guessed that it was what Owen would want." This is bullshit and just shows the kind of person McMahon was, in my personal opinion.   Referee Jimmy Korderas, who Hart almost landed on when he fell, would say:   "It's easy for us to say afterward, 'Well, the show should have stopped…' I was kind of on the fence with that. I kind of liken it a little bit to a Nascar race, where the race continues even after a tragic accident. Again, it's a tough call. I'm just glad I'm not the one who had to make that call."   There were lawsuits filed by Hart's wife against the WWE and the harness company. A settlement was reached with the WWE for 18 million dollars which his wife used much to set up the Owen Hart Foundation. The lawsuit against the harness company was dropped after the settlement.    A traffic end to the life of a great wrestler.   Next up Adolfo Bresciano! You may know him better as Dino Bravo! After training under Gino Brito, he started his career in Montreal in the 1970s, working for Lutte Internationale. He became one of Canada's top professional wrestling stars, winning several major titles, including the Canadian International Heavyweight Championship six times, the NWA Canadian Heavyweight Championship (Toronto version), and the NWA Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Championship. He later signed with the World Wrestling Federation, where, as a partner to Dominic DeNucci, he won the WWF World Tag Team Championship. He was also the sole holder of the WWF Canadian Championship before the title was abandoned in 1986.  Bravo returned to the WWF in late 1986 with a new look. He was now noticeably more muscular and almost immediately began bleaching his brown hair blonde. Again, he was a heel and began working as part of Luscious Johnny Valiant's stable with Greg "The Hammer" Valentine and Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake. Bravo was known as more of a technical wrestler in his days of wrestling in Canada. Still, with his strongman gimmick, his technical side was pushed into the background and his style changed to using power (brawling) moves such as bodyslams, clotheslines, punches, kicks, and other power holds such as the bearhug. In contrast, his finishing move changed from an airplane spin to a sidewalk slam. Bravo left the WWF and retired from wrestling following a European tour in April 1992. After retiring, he helped train wrestlers in Montreal.    After retiring from the WWF, Dino reportedly struggled to make ends meet. Related by marriage to Montreal mobster Vic Cotroni, Dino became involved with crime. Using his status as a wrestling celebrity, he smuggled and sold illegal cigarettes in Canada, mainly to Aboriginals. The story goes that while his wife was taking his daughter to ballet class, he sat down to watch a hockey game on television and ended up shot 17 times with seven hits to the head and 10 to his torso. The crime remains an unsolved murder; however, it is widely accepted that Dino's involvement in smuggling was the reason for his death. As there were no signs of a break-in and no footprints outside the home's windows, there is speculation that Dino knew his killer, that the person was watching hockey with him when the assassination happened. While this can't be confirmed, what is certain is that Dino's wife found him later that evening when she returned home with their daughter. Dino Bravo was killed on Wednesday, March 10, 1993.    In an interview, his former opponent Bret "The Hitman" Hart revealed that Bravo confided to friends shortly before his death that he knew his days were numbered.   Canadian Mafia… Not gonna lie… Didn't know that was a thing!    Speaking of murdered wrestlers, it's time for everyone's favorite…. The midnight train's quick hits!   John Meek wrestled under the name "Iron" Mike Steele, and in his career, he shared the ring with the likes of Marc Mero and Dean Malenko. Unfortunately, his wrestling career and life came to an end on August 29, 2007.   Harry Brian Taylor intentionally ran over Steele from behind with his van while he was riding his motorcycle. Steele passed away two hours later next to his damaged motorcycle.   On July 10, 2008, Taylor was found guilty of second-degree murder for killing Mike Steele. He was sentenced to life imprisonment without parole.   Frank' Bruiser Brody' Goodish found success as a main eventer and became one of the most talented big men in wrestling. Brody was scheduled to face Dan Spivey in Puerto Rico, but he was called into the shower area by wrestler José Huertas González to talk about some business.   Brody was stabbed in the gut by González and died in the hospital from his stab wounds. He was only 42. González was charged with murder but pleaded self-defense and was acquitted.    Tank Morgan was born in 1933, and his name died down following his tenure in WWF (now WWE) from 1966-1967.   On December 12, 1966, he lost to former WWE Champion Bruno Sammartino in a two out of three falls match inside Madison Square Garden's, the world's most famous arena.   This was the most notable moment in Morgan's entire career, but sadly, he was gunned down in a drive-by shooting on August 15, 1991, while walking his dog. Unfortunately, the details concerning his death are pretty scarce.   Many people believed that Morgan was caught up in the crossfire and was a victim of mistaken identity. What we do know, however, is that he was murdered.   "Gentleman" Chris Adams had a successful wrestling career. He's also the man who trained a guy named Steven James Anderson, aka Steve Williams "The Ringmaster," aka "Stunning" Steve Austin, aka... you guessed it! Stone Cold Steve Austin. Adams worked for World Class Championship Wrestling as a mid-carder in the late 1990s.   After Adams' short-term girlfriend Linda was found dead in 2000 following a drug or alcohol overdose, Adams was charged for manslaughter. However, he was passed out too, but he survived the overdose.   He waited to find out whether or not the court found him guilty, but he never lived to hear the verdict. Adams was shot in the chest after a heated argument with his friend on October 7, 2001.   The charges were acquitted after the friend claimed that he shot Adams in self-defense.   Ricky Lawless was considered an excellent technician during his career in the '80s. He trained a lot of independent wrestlers such as Joey Maggs, Bobby Starr, and Axl Rotten.   Lawless was discovered dead at the age of 28 after he, too, was shot. It was determined by the police that Raymond Swartz, the husband of the woman Lawless had reportedly had an affair with, was the man responsible for the shooting.   There you have it… murdered wrestler quick hits.   No wrestling family has been through more tragedy than the Von Erichs. The family's actual last name is Adkisson. However, every member of the family who joined the wrestling business used the Von Erich name. This was in dedication to the patriarch of the family, Jack (Fritz Von Erich) Adkisson.   Fritz lived to the age of 68, though unpleasantly, five of his six sons preceded him in death, three by suicide.   The firstborn son, Jack Jr., was electrocuted at the age of six in 1959 in a household accident.   In 1984, David Von Erich died in Japan from an unconfirmed cause, although it is widely believed he died from a drug overdose.   On April 12, 1987, Mike Von Erich left a suicide note for his family, then went to Lewisville Lake, where he drank alcohol and overdosed on the sleeping aid Placidyl. A few days before his death, Mike was arrested after a DUI. His body was found four days later and buried at Grove Hill Memorial Park in Dallas.   On September 12, 1991, at about 9 P.M., Chris Von Erick was found by his brother Kevin and mother outside of their family farm in Edom, suffering from a self-inflicted 9mm gunshot wound to the head. According to Kevin, he discovered Chris sitting alone on top of a hill. Chris reassured him, and after Kevin left, he shot himself in the head. Although Chris was hospitalized at the East Texas Medical Center shortly after 10 P.M., he died 20 minutes after arriving, eighteen days before his 22nd birthday. Toxicology reports also revealed cocaine and valium were in his system at his death. Kevin had talked to Chris earlier that day about 100–150 yards north of their home where an apparent suicide note had been left. After the 1987 suicide of brother Mike, Chris began to experience depression and drug issues. He was also frustrated by his inability to make headway as a wrestler due to his physical build. His interment was located at Grove Hill Memorial Park in Dallas.   On June 4, 1986, Kerry von Erich was in a motorcycle accident that nearly ended his life. He suffered a dislocated hip and a badly injured right leg. Doctors were unable to save his right foot, eventually amputating it. According to his brother Kevin, Kerry injured the foot following surgery by attempting to walk on it prematurely, thus forcing the doctors to amputate it. He continued wrestling after the accident with a prosthesis. He kept the amputation secret to most fans and fellow wrestlers, even going to the extreme of showering with his boots on. His amputation was kept secret from the public until after his death. However, Roddy Piper stated in his autobiography: "We were the best of friends. In fact, he felt comfortable enough to sit with me in a hotel and shoot the breeze with his prosthetic off".   After the amputation of his foot, Kerry became addicted to pain killers, followed by several drug problems. Among the many of them were two arrests, the first of which resulted in probation. Kerry died by suicide with a single gunshot to the heart with a .44 caliber pistol on February 18, 1993, on his father's ranch in Denton County, Texas, just 15 days after his 33rd birthday. His death came just one day after being indicted for the second drug charge, which would have more than likely resulted in extensive jail time (being a violation of his probation),   In his autobiography, "My Real Life in the Cartoon World of Wrestling", Brett "the Hitman" Hart stated that Kerry had told him that he had decided to join his late brothers in heaven and was waiting for God to tell him when. Bret told Kerry that his living daughters would need him more than his late brothers. Kerry mostly convinced Bret that he had changed his mind, but Bret feared that it was only words. Kerry told Bret again in the summer of 1992 that he wanted to follow his three late brothers David, Mike, and Chris and that they were calling him. Kerry's marriage had fallen apart earlier in 1992, and according to Hart, Kerry believed that his death was inevitable.   Fritz lived to the age of 68 and had to bury 5 of his sons.    Kevin Von Erich talks about being the last Von Erich brother left alive in an interview from 1994. He says:   "My brothers and I lived real dangerously.   "We were a really reckless group always showing off for each other – like walking on bridges in Japan and taking every chance we could. We were just young kids. I'm really surprised that I survived…   "We used to have this thing called the 'chance of the day,' where every day we'd take a chance on our lives. Dave was always too smart for that, so he'd just watch. We'd jump on wild bulls' backs, jump on trains going fast. "We'd get on the roof of a car at highway speed. You start thinking nothing can get you, and you're indestructible. That's part of being in sports. We were blessed with good bodies and good balance. We felt like we could do anything, and nothing would hurt us."   He goes on about the pain killers and drugs:            "Mike was into painkillers. All the brothers had painkillers prescribed by doctors. Kerry was the only one who got into illegal drugs [that weren't prescribed].   "Kerry figured he didn't have anything to live for. He was rootless. He had no home. Seeing me with my family made his pain greater. It reminded him of what he was missing. It was such a sad, tragic thing.   "He had his two beautiful daughters and a wife he loved, but then he'd come home, and all his stuff would be moved out. She'd move all his stuff out. Kerry was no saint [but] they both treated each other kind of rough.   "He had pretty much come to an understanding the day he killed himself. He just left having lunch with Kathy, his wife. Kerry was going to jail*, and he was afraid of never seeing his girls again.   "He said, 'Kevin, I'm about to kill myself…'   "We had talked for about an hour. We told some good dirty jokes, we laughed, and he told me, 'I'm going to kill myself.' I thought I had him talked out of it.   "He said, 'I didn't want to be like Mike and not say goodbye.'   "That's when I begged him. I said, 'Don't do this. Don't leave me alone. You're my only brother. Don't leave me.'   "I thought I had talked him out of it.   "Thirty minutes later, they found his body. He must have gone right out and done it.   If you want to talk about tragic wrestler deaths, there you go. We can't even imagine going through something like that. And remember, if you or someone you know are having thoughts of harming yourself or someone else, please reach out to your local mental health professionals. It takes a stronger person to get help than to do something you can't take back.   Those are some of the crazier deaths we found. This list is but a small fraction of the tragic deaths from the world of wrestling. Tons of guys we grew up watching have died recently due to health complications and drug issues. There have been some younger guys that have passed on recently as well. There have been tons of suicides in wrestlers under the age of 50. Also, as we've seen, a pretty good amount of murders. As we stated earlier, we stayed away from many more prominent names, mainly because they were health-related and covered extensively in recent years. Also, we don't want to talk about a guy who decided it was best to end his wife's and son's lives, as well as his own. CTE is a raging bitch. We'd like to hear what you guys think and maybe some crazy ones we've missed since we're not perfect! But before we talk about anything else, I am going to show you wonderful listeners some of my favorite moves in the ring on my boy Logan and check this out on our youtube page! Top wrestling movies   https://www.ranker.com/list/wrestling-movies-list-of-all-wrestling-films/ranker-film

The Propaganda Report
Words The Feds Are Monitoring, How The WEF Gets Every Company In Lockstep & Bob Saget Found Dead (DNB)

The Propaganda Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 38:13


Listen, Subscribe, Share the Show, Donate. Help us keep this train rollin! The Wry Guys | Freedom Gear | Libertarian T-shirts & Schwag Promo code: prop10 Notes & Links from Today's Show Novak Djokovic:Judge orders tennis star be freed from immigration detention in Australia - CNN   Bob Saget 'found dead by Ritz-Carlton Orlando housekeeping who tried to perform CPR after comedian missed checkout' (the-sun.com)   DHS monitored Jan. 6 anniversary threats online. Here's what it found https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/01/bill-filed-washington-authorize-strike-force-involuntarily-detain-unvaccinated-families-already-set-internment-camps/     https://www.wsj.com/articles/bob-saget-beloved-tv-dad-of-full-house-dies-at-65-11641779819   https://ourworldindata.org/explorers/coronavirus-data-explorer?zoomToSelection=true&uniformYAxis=0&hideControls=true&Metric=Cases+and+deaths&Interval=New+per+day&Relative+to+Population=false&Color+by+test+positivity=false&country=~USA   https://ourworldindata.org/grapher/full-list-covid-19-tests-per-day?country=~USA   https://www.politico.com/news/magazine/2022/01/09/democrats-slim-control-senate-manchin-526755 https://www.wsj.com/articles/omicron-makes-bidens-vaccine-mandates-obsolete-covid-healthcare-osha-evidence-supreme-court-11641760009?mod=flipboardhttps://www.wsj.com/articles/omicron-makes-bidens-vaccine-mandates-obsolete-covid-healthcare-osha-evidence-supreme-court-11641760009?mod=flipboard   https://ourworldindata.org/grapher/full-list-covid-19-tests-per-day?country=~USA https://www.politico.com/news/magazine/2022/01/09/democrats-slim-control-senate-manchin-526755 https://www.wsj.com/articles/omicron-makes-bidens-vaccine-mandates-obsolete-covid-healthcare-osha-evidence-supreme-court-11641760009?mod=flipboard   https://movieweb.com/bob-saget-supports-lori-loughlin-prison/ https://www.foxnews.com/us/13-dead-2-critical-in-philadelphia-fire-report?cmpid=prn_newsstand https://www.irishtimes.com/news/world/us/open-door-that-may-have-fuelled-new-york-fire-under-i nvestigation-1.4772822 http://belveron.com/company/ http://www.camberpg.com/ https://lihc.com/ https://www.inquirer.com/news/philadelphia/inq2/fairmount-fire-philadelphia-authorities-timeline-20220107.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BlackRock investigation-1.4772822 http://belveron.com/company/ http://www.camberpg.com/ https://lihc.com/ https://www.inquirer.com/news/philadelphia/inq2/fairmount-fire-philadelphia-authorities-timeline-20220107.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BlackRock The Propaganda Report on Rokfin The CFR Plots To Shut Up Critically Thinking Americans | Rokfin The Propaganda Report on Patreon The Propaganda Report Store Support Our Sponsors! Donate… If you find value in the content we produce and want to help us keep this train rollin, drop us a donation via Paypal or become a Patreon. (links below) Every little bit helps. Thank you! And thank you to everyone who has and continues to support the show. It's your support that enables us to continue producing shows. Paypal Patreon Subscribe & Leave A 5-Star Review… Subscribe on iTunes Subscribe on Google Play Music Listen on Google Podcasts Listen on Tunein Listen on Stitcher Follow on Spotify Like and Follow us on Facebook Follow Monica on Twitter Follow Binkley on Twitter Subscribe to Binkley's Youtube Channel https://www.paypal.me/BradBinkley https://www.patreon.com/propagandareport https://twitter.com/freedomactradio https://twitter.com/MonicaPerezShow https://www.youtube.com/bradbinkley https://www.youtube.com/monicaperez

Colorado Matters
Jan. 6, 2022: Schools & omicron; Recollections of the Capitol siege; A nurse’s new path

Colorado Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 50:09


CPR's Jenny Brundin finds educators, kids, and families are between a rock and a viral hard place. Then, our D.C. correspondent Caitlyn Kim shares memories of last year's insurrection. Plus, Valèria Martinez Tenreiro wants to improve Latinos' access to mental health care. And, a new mixed-use development in Denver features a gardeny gash.

Excel in Retirement
Are You Ready To Strive? Ep. 83

Excel in Retirement

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 10:08


Something I've learned is to set achievable goals. It's deflating to make a huge goal, then figure out weeks or months later that the goal is unrealistic. I've started making yearly goals that are going to be a stretch, but I believe I can accomplish them. This creates motivation for the next year, because when you have had success it creates positive momentum for the next year. And it allows me to have occasion to celebrate my accomplishments.Toward the end of 2020, the Wall Street Journal had an article that I wrote about last year. Click the orange font above for a list of possible goals for retirees. I just reread the Journal article and something new stuck out. It discusses the idea that we should strive to always be a beginner, so we should always be trying to learn new things. The title of the article is For New Year's Resolutions, Never Think You're Too Old to Become a Beginner.Most of us want to at least be as good mentally and physically as we are today. In order to do this, we should find new things to try to strengthen our minds and bodies. This is particularly important for me because cognitive decline has touched me closely. In 2018, at the age of 63, my mom was diagnosed with dementia. Today she is nothing like her former self. We may not be able to stop the dreaded Alzheimer's or dementia diseases, but we can be proactive about trying to prevent diseases. Of course, the only medical training I have is doing CPR on a dummy, but we know that a "merry heart does good like a medicine." Creating and finding happiness in our lives is essential to our wellbeing. The other half of that Bible verse says, "a broken spirit dries the bones." We were not created to just exist. I believe we were created for a purpose and to strive to find it. By doing this, I believe we'll find happiness.  If you'd like to learn how we help some people create a long-term care benefit that's generally tax-free reply to this email or call our office at 864.641.7955.Investment advisory services offered only by duly registered individuals through AE Wealth Management, LLC (AEWM). AEWM and Clients Excel, LLC are not affiliated companies. Investing involves risk, including potential loss of principal. Any references to protection, safety, or lifetime income, generally refer to fixed insurance products, never securities or investments. Insurance guarantees are backed by the financial strength and claims paying abilities of the insuring carrier. This podcast is intended for informational purposes only. It is not intended to be used as the sole basis for financial decisions, nor should it be construed as advice designed to meet particular needs of an individual's situation. Clients Excel is not permitted to offer and no statement made during this show shall constitute tax or legal advice. Our firm is not affiliated with or endorsed by the U.S. Government or any governmental agency. The information and opinions contained herein provided by third parties have been obtained from sources believed to be reliable, but accuracy and completeness cannot be guaranteed by Clients Excel. The use of logos and/or trademarks of podcast hosting sites are the property of their respective owners and are not an endorsement by those owners of our firm or our program. 

DX Daily
S E259: Jim Jones Saving Lives, Kanye Spotted With a Married Woman, Tyler The Creator Addresses Name Change

DX Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 15:36


Happy New Year! Hosts Ashia Skye and Ayeeedubb have all the details about Jim Jones revealing how he saved one of his friends lives by doing CPR. Other topics include Kodak Black reflecting on not going back to his hometown as it seems to get him in trouble, Kanye West is spotted out to dinner with a married woman despite publicly wanting Kim Kardashian back, Tyler The Creator addresses changing his name and a few words of wisdom from Omarion.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Colorado Matters
Dec. 31, 2021: Music! Music! Music!

Colorado Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 49:34


2021 was challenging and music helped us through. In our final show of the year, Alisha Sweeney, local music director at Indie 102.3, shares some of her favorite Colorado tracks from '21. We remember a short-lived but influential music venue called The Family Dog. Plus, the team behind CPR's new music appreciation podcast.

Hot Drinks - Stories From The Field
(Rewind) David Yacubian: NOLS - Doing CPR When Teaching CPR

Hot Drinks - Stories From The Field

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 56:58


David Yacubian has been working in Outdoor Education for more than 20 years and has over 15 years of risk management and emergency preparedness experience. He has worked with NOLS as an instructor and advisor on four different continents around the globe. Dave has also run over 100 NOLS Wilderness Medicine courses in the San Francisco Bay Area through his company, Ready SF. Ready SF also offers risk management consulting and emergency preparedness training to schools and businesses in the Bay Area. David is a member of The Crossroads School's, Environmental Traveling Companions risk committee and Outward-Bound California's safety committee. Dave enjoys spending time with his two lovely girls, when he is not teaching. He is often found on or in water, as well as participating in other sports on his bike, foot, or skis. In this episode: (02:23) David shares the purest moment of joy he has ever experienced in his life, with the exception of the birth of his daughters. He tells the story of a young female student on his first summer working in Alaska, and how the concern of the little girl's disappearance was more alarming than her eating disorder. Yacubian explains the details of Amy's missing – and what leads them to find her in the end. (14:27) Yacubian talks about an executive leadership Ilama packing, NASA course in the mid of August, five or six years ago while working along with Lynn Petzold, Rick Rochelle, and many others. He tells us one of the funniest stories about a bear sighting when one of the students ran after the black bear to get his food bag – it is even hilarious in his narration. (20:13) Going along he tells us how they were missing a llama when they woke up the next day, after the bear chasing incident. David talks about the disappearance of the largest llama they had namely Summit, and since there was no trail or signs to track it down – they were left dejected for the rest of the trip. (28:44) David terrifies us with a near-death incident in spring 2015 while running the wilderness medicine course. He tells us a story about a panicking experience that took place in their 10 days CPR course, when a young woman had a cardiac arrest in front of the whole group – without proper treatment and a hospital nearby.  (42:00) Moving forward, he gives us great advice on how it's important to learn survival skills. He tells how you never know when you might find yourself in a real-life survival situation – Survival courses aren't for everyone, that's for sure, but you'd be surprised at just how much you can achieve by simply giving it a go. (48:03) In the end, we play a rapid-fire question with David that intrigues us to the core – telling us the importance of adventure in his life, and how the excitement and happiness we experience during the adventure take us away from a normal hectic life to a new happy life within a matter of seconds. Please consider making a donation to help keep the lights on here at the Hot Drinks Podcast. Any amount is greatly appreciated but for all donations of $50 or more, I will send you the audio edition of my book Teams On The Edge. Donations can be made just by clicking the donate button on our website www.hotdrinks.com. There you can set up a monthly or one-time donation.

Emergency Medical Minute
Podcast 742: Pulse Check During CPR

Emergency Medical Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 3:37


  Contributor: Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: Pulse checks are necessary during CPR to check for return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) Previous studies have shown that assessing ROSC with palpating for pulse are not a very consistent Study compared palpating pulses at carotid/femoral artery versus a newly contrived gold standard for pulse checks The gold standard used was an increase in end tidal CO2 + cardiac activity on ultrasound + perfusing rhythm on ECG Carotid artery palpation was the best location to confirm pulse during pulse check, although femoral artery palpation Carotid artery palpation was 92% accurate versus 82% accuracy with femoral pulse check Regardless of chosen site, remember 10 seconds is the maximum amount of time for a pulse check before resuming CPR References Yılmaz G, Bol O. Comparison of femoral and carotid arteries in terms of pulse check in cardiopulmonary resuscitation: A prospective observational study. Resuscitation. 2021;162:56-62. doi:10.1016/j.resuscitation.2021.01.042 Summarized by John Spartz, MS4 | Edited by Erik Verzemnieks, MD   The Emergency Medical Minute is excited to announce that we are now offering AMA PRA Category 1 credits™ via online course modules. To access these and for more information, visit our website at https://emergencymedicalminute.org/cme-courses/ and create an account.  Donate to EMM today!

Emergency Medical Minute
Podcast 741: Calcium for Cardiac Arrest

Emergency Medical Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 2:14


Contributor: Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: Study of nearly 400 patients evaluating giving calcium during cardiac arrest with the endpoint as return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) Compared giving 1 amp calcium chloride with each round of epinephrine for the first two rounds of epinephrine versus saline placebo ROSC occurred in 19% of patients in the calcium groups versus 27% in saline placebo group No magic drugs in cardiac arrest, good CPR and early defibrillation are still the most important factors for ROSC in cardiac arrest  References Vallentin MF, Granfeldt A, Meilandt C, et al. Effect of Intravenous or Intraosseous Calcium vs Saline on Return of Spontaneous Circulation in Adults With Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest: A Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA. 2021;326(22):2268-2276. doi:10.1001/jama.2021.20929 Summarized by John Spartz, MS4 | Edited by Erik Verzemnieks, MD   The Emergency Medical Minute is excited to announce that we are now offering AMA PRA Category 1 credits™ via online course modules. To access these and for more information, visit our website at https://emergencymedicalminute.org/cme-courses/ and create an account.  Donate to EMM today!

Legends of Tabletop Podcast
DayTrippers Session 34-2 Ping

Legends of Tabletop Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 74:22


Jack Nash – John (Prime) Reggie Carlisle – John (Beta) Trae Mowaka- Jesse GM- Tod Foley Reggie's visions of goo give way to sexual nightmares: “I HAVE ALWAYS BEEN IN THE GOO.” Someone is watching him. Trae tries to snap him out by modding the AR gear; Reggie stops breathing. Nash brings him back via CPR. He snaps to. Trae checks online; they are back in reality. Nash proposes that there's another reality where Cordoba grabbed Reggie. They find another motel. Trae hacks CityCab and gets the name of the terrorist cab-rider: Joram Zakilla. Reggie had dropped him off in Derova. Nash calls Cordoba, who is audibly shaken and says Stop Reggie from doing whatever he's doing, then hangs up. In the background Nash hears a PING. Trae's theory: Cordoba grabbed an alternate Reggie & their proximity is causing weirdness. A message from Scilla comes in: she's angry. Where is Nash? Cori is broadcasting her tryst with Nash on her “Sex World” show. http://daytrippersrpg.com https://www.patreon.com/asif http://www.fictioneers.net/ https://www.drivethrurpg.com/browse.php?filters=100202_0_0_0_0 https://www.birdscoffeecompany.com/coffees/legends-of-tabletop-legendary-brew Use Code Legends10 to get 10% off your order https://www.patreon.com/legendsoftabletop Theme music created by Brett Miller http://www.brettmillermusic.net/

Foster Your Passion
E33: The Importance Of Learning How To Perform CPR And Choking Relief Methods With Gail Gould

Foster Your Passion

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 28:20


The main cause of unintentional death of infants under the age of 1 is choking. This is why CPR classes with choking relief should be mandatory for new parents. Join your host Hayley Foster as she sits down with CPR and Safety Lady, Gail Gould. Gail is the owner of FITCORE, where they teach lifesaving skills like CPR and basic first aid. Learn the importance of CPR and choking relief methods especially when you're with an infant or a child. Stay tuned as Gail presents a short demo of how to do CPR for infants, children, and adults. Get educated and save lives today!

AAEM: The Journal of Emergency Medicine Audio Summary
JEM September 2021 Podcast Summary

AAEM: The Journal of Emergency Medicine Audio Summary

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 51:11


Podcast summary of articles from the September 2021 edition of the Journal of Emergency Medicine from the American Academy of Emergency Medicine.  Topics include Buprenorphine, high dose Nitroglycerin, COVID19 Biomarkers, modified CPR, cerebral venous thrombosis, and myocarditis.  Guest speaker is Dr. Ryan Yavorsky.

Todd Capital Millionaire Podcast
Six figure business on autopilot with Roy Redd

Todd Capital Millionaire Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 47:44


Great conversation with THE Roy Redd. Roy is a six figure business owner. Three time author and two time Ted Talk speaker. His mindset is on 1000. In this episode we talk about how he built up his CPR business to six figures and now runs it on auto pilot. We talk about how he was able to become a ted speaker. We talk about the process of buying business and much much more. Roy can be found here: royredd.com IG @roy_reddd roy@royredd.com @Roy Redd Todd Capital Options Course: https://gumroad.com/l/bOUnl Todd Capital Vending Course: https://gumroad.com/l/EwSkk Todd Capital - gumroad.com/toddcapital TC Options and Wealth Community: launchpass.com/p/tcinvestmentclub Invest with Teri - www.investor101.org Notary: millinotarypromo.com Charm City Buyers: charmcitybuyers.samcart.com/referral/sl…0LTkir6iaRh Hood Estates Trucking: bit.ly/2JQQnlZ Hood Estates Elite Real Estate: bit.ly/2HCXD25

CPR Unplugged
Episode 39- Gaming and Mental Health

CPR Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 30:13


In this episode the CPR team discusses the potential advantages and disadvantages of gaming on mental health.

The Big 550 KTRS
Jeffrey Pellegrino: CPR classes

The Big 550 KTRS

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 11:50


Professor of Emergency Management & Homeland Security at the University of Akron in Ohio discusses classes for CPR and more!

Alpha Quorum Podcast
082: LIFE IS A MARATHON - Alpha Energy with Gavin Hillman and Tanner Smith

Alpha Quorum Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 107:05


Gavin Hillman is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and has been actively engaged in structured and organized physical health for over 25 years. He continues to keep his physical health a priority and regularly takes part in running events, hikes, biking, and scheduled gym time for resistance training. Tanner Smith is an emergency room Physician's Assistant and worked the night of the Route91 mass shooting in Las Vegas on October 1, 2017. He and his team treated 200 victims in two hours as a result of the shooting. He has qualified and completed the Boston Marathon 3 times and has a PR in the marathon running in 2 hours and 52 minutes. In his most recent Boston Marathon two months ago, a runner had a cardiac arrest and Tanner performed CPR saving her life, and still ran another 18 miles to finish with a time of 3:12. He enjoys promoting fitness and helping people stay active by coaching people looking to get into running and leading weekly group runs for Life Time Athletic Club. In this episode we answer these questions: General health topics: What mistakes do men commonly make when it comes to the health of their bodies? What are the consequences of men who don't pay enough attention to their physical wellbeing? What are the most common medical ailments that lead men to medical emergencies and injuries? He burns premium fuel. Intentional about food and water. When it comes to nutrition and hydration, what really matters most? With so many ideas out there, how can men sort through diet approaches that can most benefit them? He is igorously active to extend strength and stamina. What is the role of movement in maintaining optimal health? What do you eat, what do you do for physical fitness? What keeps you going? If a man has never exercised after middle school P.E., where should he begin? What leads to failure in men's training habits? Why do we quit so easily? How can we stay motivated and disciplined with exercise? What drives you to compete? Why not just do it as a hobby? He judiciously uses supplements and medical treatments. Men are stereotypically notorious for NOT doing well with medical care. Why is that? What general habits facilitate healing of the body when something has gone wrong? Supplements. Why? What are the common dietary deficiencies that men need to supplement? How do we start? What's the best bang for your buck in supplementation for beginners? He gets proper rest. We discuss sleep as a way to improve health and prevent problems. https://www.runnersworld.com/runners-stories/a38005460/meghan-roth-boston-marathon-cardiac-arrest/?utm_campaign=socialflowFBRW&utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social-media&fbclid=IwAR2TuiclpQiqYp8bK5Hopr3S17J2zKvTnz4GyVoE0FUMFEC0Sze6V_HQf0Y --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/alphaquorum/message

April Garcia's PivotMe
132. Business Efficiency Thru Communication & Processes, Nick Sonnenberg CEO of Leverage

April Garcia's PivotMe

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 50:51


On PivotMe today, we have Nick Sonnenberg, business efficiency expert, and author of the Idea to Execution book. He is the founder and CEO of Leverage; he uses his background in data science to disrupt the way people work by leveraging the power of outsourcing, common tools, and automation. Nick explains how his former career as a high-frequency trader taught him to celebrate micro wins to make significant changes. In this episode, Nick explains in detail how to use tools to document systems and processes in an organization for effective communication and work management. Listen in to learn how you can execute your ideas properly by enhancing your capability and capacity to do so.  Pivotal Questions Asked: [3:30] Can you talk to us about the high-frequency trader, the work that you did, and how it translates over to your work today? [6:25] How were you not grappling with impostor syndrome handling $10-$20 billion in your mid-twenties? [16:39] Can you tell us more about your new book? [23:29] What would you say to a pivoter that's running a $10 million organization trying to figure out which tool to use? [35:28] When was the moment that you realized it was time for you to leave finance and do something else? [46:04] If you could tell the world one thing, what would it be? In This Episode You Will Learn: [11:30] The difference between being detail-oriented and perfectionism in process documentation. [14:27] How to enhance your capabilities and capacity for proper ideas execution. [16:48] The CPR framework (communicate, plan &resource) – how teams and organizations can use tools and systems to save time. [30:49] Why you should get to the root cause of your organization's issues and get your systems and processes in order rather than hiring more people.   [38:52] The dynamic role optimization – the importance of responsibilities documentation and getting junior work off of senior people's work. [46:08] How to change your mindset and set your company to optimize for speed of retrieval vs. speed of transfer.  Quotes: “Ideas are valuable but if you don't have a system to capture or prioritize them, if they never see the light of day, they're worth nothing.”- Nick [14:43] “It's not the best ideas that come to the market, it's often ones that are consistently executed.”- April [16:27] “If you don't know when or how to use a tool, it's going to hurt your company, not help your company.”- Nick [19:11] “The world is changing so fast, being agile and able to pivot quickly is critical.”- Nick [29:47] ‘Your ability to execute and be agile and change is going to be critical to staying relevant and able to grow.”- Nick [30:03] “Adding more people to an inefficient process makes everything harder.”- Nick [32:28] Connect with Nick: https://www.getleverage.com/ __________________ What can you do today? To Be Productive. Effective. Perform at your best. Even now. Are you struggling to stay focused? If you have the right framework, it takes the guesswork out of Productivity. Get our FREE mini-series 4 Steps: Doing More in Less Time Visit pivot-me.com/4Steps to get it TODAY!  

The South Florida Morning Show
The South Florida Morning Show HR 4 12-14-21

The South Florida Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 36:51


You thought you knew awful Christmas songs, just wait until you hear William Hung and Bill Shatner sing some carols! And would you give CPR to a little monkey? This story is really something...

Posts – Drs. Jeff and Susan Kegarise
Ep. #83 You Could Save a Life This Year: Using QPR Training To Give Hope to Others Considering Suicide

Posts – Drs. Jeff and Susan Kegarise

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 34:51


Just as people trained in CPR and the Heimlich Maneuver help save thousands of lives each year, people trained in QPR (Question, Response, Refer) learn how to understand mental health, recognize the warning signs of a suicide crisis, and how to question, persuade, and refer someone to help. Today we talk to Mindy Tate and Marianne Schroer about the very high suicide rate in Williamson County, and how QPR Training and other strategies can bring those numbers down.

The Kim Monson Show
Is Colorado Creating an Anti-Business Climate?

The Kim Monson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 57:22


Kim points out that unpredictable and excessive taxation along with government induced inflation affect everyone, especially those on a fixed income.  Florida Governor Ron DeSantis proposes $8 million in the state budget to fund the move of illegal immigrants, flown in the middle of the night into Florida by the Biden administration, to Delaware (Biden's home state) and Marth's Vineyard (Obama's residence).  On Friday Jared Polis, in an CPR interview, stated that the COVID-19/Wuhan-China virus emergency is over.  He adds that he will not implement a state mask mandate since he shouldn't tell people what to wear.  And the very next day, he walks his comments back.  A recent poll has Polis at a 49% favorable rating, and he is vulnerable in the 2022 election.  Kim examines HR 550, Immunization Infrastructure Modernization Act of 2021, introduced in late January and passed in the U.S. House of Representatives on November 30th.  All republicans who voted for this legislation should be primaried.  HR 550 is titled “To amend the Public Health Service Act with respect to immunization system data modernization and expansion, and for other purposes.”  Kim encourages all listeners to contact the their senators and congressmen, especially Hickenlooper who sits on the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, and tell them to vote “NO” for this bill.  This legislation is unconstitutional as it is a direct affront to the 4th Amendment. Danielle Greene with Kirsch Insurance Group discusses the next open enrollment period, January 1-March 31, 2022, for Medicare.  This upcoming period is for all Medicare Advantage plans.  The Part B portion price is increasing to $170.10 from $148.50, the largest increase in many years.  Many Medicare recipients will be affected and now is the time to talk to an expert.  You can visit their website Kirsch Insurance Group or contact them at 303-397-7830.  Knowledge is power. Guest and sponsor of the show Roger Hays, owner of Premier Employer Services, a back office professional firm that helps companies navigate payroll, insurance, employee benefits and other HR management duties, informs Kim and listeners that the name of the firm changes January 1, 2022, to PASSIO HR.  Premier Employer Services/PASSIO HR frees up business owners so they can concentrate on their product or service.  Roger and Kim discuss current policy issues that are on the horizon as 2021 comes to a close.  The labor shortage impacts businesses, especially small and mid-size, as they struggle with the “Great Resignation.”  All the government handouts this past year have taught many people they do not have to work to get money.  Inflation is another hit on businesses.  The Colorado Supreme Court recently ruled that employers must pay all accrued “PTO,” Paid Time Off, when someone leaves the company.  “Big Business,” with the aid of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, are pushing immigration policies that provide cheap labor.  This is just one reason we are seeing non-enforcement of border laws.  Government is expanding the H1-B Visa program for additional “cheap labor.”  Colorado is looking at legislation that will void employee arbitration and all lawsuits against an employer, many of them frivolous, will be heard in court.  The Colorado Democrats are also looking at allowing an employee to choose any doctor in workman compensation claims. This opens up opportunity for fraud in workman comp claims.  The Democrats have a “trifecta” with the Colorado House, Senate and Governorship and are able to get their policies through with little resistance

Circulation on the Run
Circulation December 14, 2021 Issue

Circulation on the Run

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 25:48


Please join Guest Host Mercedes Carnethon, author Jason Roberts, and Associate Editor Vlad Zaha as they discuss the article "Epigenetic Age and the Risk of Incident Atrial Fibrillation." Dr. Carolyn Lam: Welcome to Circulation on the Run, your weekly podcast summary and backstage pass to the journal and its editors. We're your co-host, I'm Dr. Carolyn Lam, Associate Editor from the National Heart Center in Duke National University of Singapore. Dr. Greg Hundley: And I'm Dr. Greg Hundley Associate Editor, Director of the Pauley Heart Center at VCU Health in Richmond, Virginia. Well, Carolyn, this week's feature we're going to learn more about the risk of incident atrial fibrillation, but as that pertains to epigenetics. But before we get to that feature, how about we grab a cup of coffee and get started on some of the other articles in the issue. Would you like to go first? Dr. Carolyn Lam: I would love to. And the first paper I want to highlight asks the question, are social economic variables associated with 30 day survival after out of hospital cardiac arrest. And this comes from Dr. Jonsson from Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden, and colleagues. They linked data from the Swedish Registry of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation with individual level data on social economic factors. In other words, educational level and disposable income, all from statistics, Sweden. And what they found was that both higher disposable income and higher educational level independently associated with better 30 day survival following out of hospital cardiac arrest. The relationship between disposable income and 30 day survival was more robust for mediating factors compared to educational level. Dr. Greg Hundley: Oh, wow Carolyn. Really interesting in a very, what I would call hot topic these days. So what are the clinical implications of this particular study? Dr. Carolyn Lam: Well, the results really highlight the importance of preventive efforts aimed at patients with lower social economic status. And these preventive actions could include both early recognition and warning signs and for example, CPR and AED training. So very lovely paper there. Dr. Greg Hundley: Absolutely. Very nice Carolyn. Well, my first paper comes to us from Dr. Nan Wang from Columbia University Medical Center. And Carolyn this paper focuses on a common genetic variant called link RS 3184504, and it is associated with increased platelet and neutrophil counts, coronary artery disease, thrombotic stroke, and autoimmune diseases. And so this research group previously has shown that hematopoietic link deficiency synergizes with hyperlipidemia to promote platelet production and activation, neutrophilia, platelet neutrophil aggregates, atherosclerosis and arterial thrombosis, all of those things. So platelet activation and platelet neutrophil interactions have been shown to promote neutrophil extracellular traps or net formations. So nets are formed when neutrophils release their contents leading to the formation web-like structures made of DNA, myeloperoxidase, citrullinated histone and proteases that entrap and kill bacteria. Now, while nets may help to suppress infection, the formation of nets called NETosis in blood vessels can promote atherosclerosis and thrombosis. And so this study was undertaken to investigate the hypothesis that linked deficiency might promote NETosis leading to formation of unstable atherosclerotic plaques, and arterial thrombosis. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Wow. What a really neat hypothesis and NETosis. I learn new things all the time. So what do they find? Dr. Greg Hundley: Right Carolyn. First of all, hypercholesterolemic mice with hematopoietic link deficiency displayed accelerated arterial thrombosis with nets in thrombi and these changes were reversed by PAD4 deficiency or OxPL antibodies. Second, linked deficient platelet from hyperlipidemic mice expose and release increased OxPL when activated promoting NETosis, when incubated with link deficient neutrophils. Third, an AntiOxPL antibody reduced OxPL levels, NETosis and arterial thrombosis specifically in link deficient mice, and finally Carolyn targeting atherothrombotic risk using OxPL antibodies might be particularly effective in genetically defined populations with reduced link function or increased JAK-STAT signaling. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Wow. Okay. So they proved their hypothesis. Could you sum it up for us, Greg? Dr. Greg Hundley: You bet Carolyn. So this foundational work suggests that perhaps future studies targeting NETosis and OxPL in patients carrying the common link loss of function variant, could reduce atherothrombotic risk. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Wow. Thanks, Greg. My next paper is super interesting in its approach. Listen up. Now the assessment of the relationship between myocardial ATP production and cardiac workload. We know is important for better understand disease development and choice of nutritional or pharmacological treatment strategies. So what Dr. Berndt from Charity University and colleagues did, was they developed a comprehensive physiology based mathematical model of cardiac energy metabolism. And this model is called cardiokine one. And what it does is it recapitulates numerous experimental findings on cardiac metabolism obtained with isolated cardiomyocytes, perfused animal hearts and in vivo studies with humans. The model encompassed all pathways along, which the possible energy delivering substrates like glucose, long chain fatty acids, keto bodies, acetate, branch chain, amino acids are utilized. Dr. Carolyn Lam: They use the proteomic space, the abundance of metabolic enzymes and cardiac tissue to generate individualized metabolic models of cardiac energy metabolism. And so to prove their case, they further applied this approach to the left ventricles of controls in patients with mitral insufficiency and aortic stenosis, and showed that despite overall preserved systolic function, the ATP producing capacity of these left ventricles of patients with valvular dysfunction was generally diminished and correlated positively with mechanical energy demand and cardiac output. Dr. Greg Hundley: So Carolyn really interesting findings. Sort of linking metabolism them with ventricular dysfunction in those with valvular heart disease. So what were the clinical implications here? What's the take home? Dr. Carolyn Lam: Well, this methodology is just awesome, but what they also found I think is a very important physiological principle. And that is, while metabolic capacity have a significant correlation with biomechanical properties like myocardial power and cardiac output, they can also vary considerably between individual patients and therefore help us to understand in future perhaps why some patients develop heart failure over time while others with similar hemodynamic conditions do not. So just interesting. I think it just opens the space to a lot more. Dr. Greg Hundley: Absolutely beautiful summary there Carolyn. Well, in the rest of the mailbag for this issue, we have an exchange of letters between Professors Hu and Trifon on the previously published paper, entitled “Short Term Treatment with Aspirin plus Clopidogrel Compared to Monotherapy of Aspirin May Not Significantly Decrease the Risk of Stroke Recurrence.” Also, there's a Research Letter from Professor Catalucci entitled, “Nano miR-133A Replacement Therapy, Blunts Pressure Overloaded Induced Heart Failure.” And then finally Carolyn, there's an In-Depth article from Professor Aengevaeren entitled, “Exercise-Induced Cardiac Troponin Elevations From Underlying Mechanisms to Clinical Science.” Well Carolyn, how about we get onto that feature discussion and learn more about incident atrial fibrillation and the age of epigenetics. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Let's go. Dr. Mercedes Carnethon: Welcome to this episode of Circulation on the Run, where we're going to have a very exciting discussion about a paper on epigenetic age and the risk of incident atrial fibrillation. We're extremely excited to have the lead author here with us, Dr. Jason Roberts from the Population Health Research Institute, McMaster University and Hamilton Health Sciences in Ontario Canada. And I am really excited to host this episode alongside the handling editor. My name is Mercedes Carnethon and I'm the professor and vice chair of Preventive Medicine at the Northwestern University School of Medicine. And I'm pleased to be hosting this with Dr. Vlad Zaha from UT Southwestern Medical School, who was the associate editor who handled the piece. So I'm really excited to jump right into this because I think there's a lot that we can all learn from this. So welcome Jason, and thank you so much, Vlad. Dr. Jason Roberts: Thank you so much for having me, it's a delight to be here. Dr. Mercedes Carnethon: So Jason, tell us a little bit about the rationale for this study, what you found and what it means. Dr. Jason Roberts: Absolutely. So as a cardiac arrhythmia specialist, I see a lot of patients with atrial fibrillation. And in 2021, our understanding of its underlying pathophysiology still remains modest. Our treatment strategies for the condition are also somewhat modest, although catheter ablation and antiarrhythmic drugs can potentially be very effective. In the context of these limitations, they're also exacerbated to some extent by the prevalence of atrial fibrillation, increasing dramatically in developed countries. Part of this is related to the obesity epidemic. Things like hypertension increasing becoming more common, but because atrial fibrillation is age dependent and because of our aging populations in developed countries, this is felt to have a major contribution to the growing prevalence of atrial fibrillation. Unlike obesity and hypertension and other risk factors, which are potentially modifiable, chronological aging is viewed as non-modifiable. It's not something that we can tackle. That said, we know within the population and just from personal experience that people age at different rates. There are some people that are 65 who behave more like they're 50, other people that are 50 who behave more like they're 65. Dr. Jason Roberts: And in that context, biological aging, we wondered whether or not, does biological aging independent of chronological aging potentially impacts the risk of atrial fibrillation. If that was the case, because there are gradually accumulating to suggest that biological aging is potentially modifiable, that could potentially open up the possibility of tackling aging as a respective for atrial fibrillation. So that drove us to ask this question. In terms of what we found in the approach that we used. So we used our biological marker of aging, was something called an epigenetic clock. So it's been found that modifications to DNA, specifically methylation at CpG at dinucleotides, they correlate with aging. This has been appreciated for a few decades. It was initially felt that with aging, methylation levels gradually reduced over time. But with more careful interrogation, it's shown that there's patterns. Some methylation areas increase, other methylation areas there's decreases. Dr. Jason Roberts: And Steve Horvath, who is a scientist at UCLA has found that using mathematical algorithms, you're able to very accurately ascertain chronological age based on the patterns of DNA methylation, he's called these things epigenetic o'clock. That said, even though they very accurately ascertain chronological age, they aren't perfect in each individual in terms of matching up to their chronological age, but that's actually turned out to be a good thing. So when people, their epigenetic age is older than their chronological age, they're said to have positive epigenetic age acceleration. They may be biologically older than their actual chronological age. And then the reverse also holds. So using this concept of epigenetic age acceleration, we ask whether or not do people that are older biologically on the basis of their epigenetic age, do they have an increased risk of atrial fibrillation? And then we tackle that using a few different core works that I'm certainly happy to elaborate on in terms of what we found. Dr. Jason Roberts: So we used three population based cohorts from the United States, the well known Framingham Heart Study, the Cardiovascular Health Study and Eric as well. There were approximately just under 6,000 people from those studies that had undergone genome wide methylation analysis that in the enabled us to calculate their epigenetic ages. The follow period for these people was just under 13 years. And then we look to see whether or not these epigenetic clocks associated with instant atrial fibrillation. In these cohorts, we look at five different clocks. So there's the Horvath Clock and the Hannum clock that were designed to predict chronological aging. The more recent clocks, things like DNAm PhenoAge and DNAm GrimAge are more designed to predict aspects of clinical phenotype and also mortality. We found that in unadjusted analyses, all of these clocks were associated with atrial fibrillation. When we then adjusted for multiple different clinical variables, we found that the DNAm PhenoAge clock and the DNAm GrimAge clock continued to exhibit statistically significant associations with atrial fibrillation. Dr. Jason Roberts: Interestingly, the multi-variable adjustment, one concern is, do these clinical factors, are they confounders where we should be adjusting, or are they potentially mediators. If we adjust for mediators that potentially masks the effect of the clock. But regardless of how we treat them both DNAm PhenoAge and DNAm GrimAge, we're associated with increased risks of incident atrial fibrillation. Alluding to the possibility that biological aging independent of chronological aging is important in terms of determining risk for atrial fibrillation. And it may be that if we're able to modify biological aging, we could potentially reduce the risk of atrial fibrillation. So that's the study in a nutshell. Dr. Mercedes Carnethon: No, that is really exciting. You said something early on about chronological age being immutable. And I would have to say, both Vlad and I are not aging. And in fact, we are going in the opposite direction. If only this were not just an audio podcast, you would see that I steadily gotten younger and younger and I'm suddenly about 25 now. But no, these are really important findings. I really like the innovation of using multiple different strategies to characterize epigenetic age and genetic aging. So tell me Vlad, I want to turn to you. When this came across your desk, what excited you about this particular piece and why did you think that it would be of great interest to our readership? Dr. Vlad Zaha: Good morning Merci and Jason. This is a great question. And as in associate editor at Circulation for the bridging discipline section, it was fascinating to see this topic coming on my desk, thinking about all the genome wide association studies in nature of fibrillation and predisposition to atrial fibrillation, that in that case would not be changed by interventions because of different loci that would be determined. This was coming as a completely new perspective that was opening some new potentials. And it was very interesting to see some of the findings. Dr. Mercedes Carnethon: Certainly. So Jason, I have a question. So what surprised you about the findings of this particular study? Jason Roberts: Yeah, that's a great question. So we had hoped that biological aging would be associated with atrial fibrillation. I think the concept of being able to tackle biological aging is exciting. In terms of what surprised us, I guess we were hoping for these results, I guess. Dr. Mercedes Carnethon: Yeah. Dr. Jason Roberts: But we were…Yeah. So I guess we were pleasantly surprised that our hypothesis was born out. It's important to note that the epigenetic clocks don't tell the full story with chronological aging. So after we insert the clock into the model, chronological age continues to remain associated with instant atrial fibrillation. So this measure biological aging is just part of the story. So I think that's very important. I had wondered whether or not inserting the epigenetic clocks would that potentially eliminate the subsequent association of chronological aging. So that finding suggests it's part of the story. Dr. Jason Roberts: I think that in terms of the overall concept, the idea of this being reversible really excites me. In terms of the approach of how to reverse biological aging. Right now healthy lifestyle seems to be very important. I think it provides more evidence to suggest to patients with atrial fibrillation, living healthy from a diet perspective, from exercise, keeping your weight under control, all of these things that seem to impact epigenetic aging and biological aging can be helpful for preventing atrial fibrillation. So I think that can help reinforce this message to our patients. Dr. Jason Roberts: I think ultimately in terms of where we'll be at in 15 to 20 years, it's possible that new therapies in the future are developed that are able to more powerfully address biological aging. As you alluded to, will it be possible to reverse biological aging as you and Vlad are experiencing that? Dr. Mercedes Carnethon: Most definitely. Yes. Dr. Jason Roberts: I think it may be possible. This is an intense area of investigation that's being pursued and it's still in its relative infancy. But I think that could it be small molecules? Could it be potentially gene editing that can help adjust biological aging and not only increase lifespan, but also health span? I think those concepts are really exciting. Dr. Mercedes Carnethon: I completely agree. There's a lot of richness in this paper and I think our readership is going to really enjoy digging in. Part of the richness is the use of three different cohorts and the use of multiple measures of epigenetic age. And I think you provided a really nice description of the unique information that each of these markers of epigenetic age provide. One thing I note are differences in the strength of association across the different measures of epigenetic age, which I think makes sense, because you said they characterize different aspects of the phenomenon, but I also see what looks like some variability across the cohorts with Framingham in particular seeming to stand out. And that being the only cohort that is 100% one race. It's white. Versus both the cardiovascular health study and the Eric study, which have more diverse study populations. I'm wondering what your hypothesis is about the differential strength of association that it seems Framingham is demonstrating and what you think is possibly the source of those differences. Dr. Jason Roberts: Yeah. I think those are great questions for all of genetics. The question is, does it apply to all races? For example, polygenic risk scores. It seems like when a polygenic risk scores develop for one race, it may not perfectly translate over to other races. So how relevant is that for epigenetic age acceleration. In this study, I think it's difficult to make definitive conclusions about it. We needed the three cohorts to have adequate statistical power in terms of being able to determine a differential effect of race. I think it would really be primarily hypothesis generating. We weren't really powered to look at the different races. So it's difficult for me to comment. Dr. Jason Roberts: I think ultimately and I want to believe anyways, that epigenetic age acceleration is relevant to all races, but in terms of, was it race that drove the differential impacts that we saw to some extent in terms of the magnitude of the hazard ratios, it's difficult to know in terms of tests for interaction and were these actually truly statistically different. We weren't adequately powered to address that hypothesis. So it's difficult for me to comment in a definitive matter I'd say. And sorry to cop out on… Dr. Mercedes Carnethon: No, not at all. I mean, I think there are a lot of things where there is no firm answer and that was just one of my hypotheses when I saw what was going on differently across the cohorts. I think that's a perfectly reasonable answer that sets us on a course for thinking about how we set up future studies. So I wanted to turn to you Vlad for the closing frame around this. As the editor, how do you hope that our readership will use these findings? Dr. Vlad Zaha: That is an excellent question. I was going to follow on this excellent unpacking of the core messages of the manuscript by Jason here to get his perspective as an electrophysiologist into what these type of work may represent for the everyday life of an electrophysiologist in the connecting with the patients and how would this type of approach influence, and maybe now, maybe later when our treatment for atrial fibrillation. Dr. Jason Roberts: Yeah. So that's a great question. I think, as I alluded to some extent before, as far as reinforcing healthy lifestyle, I think this provides more evidence in that respect. So we know that things like excessive alcohol consumption, being excessively obese, poor diets, not engaging in enough exercise, all of those things seem to accelerate your epigenetic age. And those are all things that we think or feel that are important with atrial fibrillation in terms of driving the path of physiology and people progressing. So I think this gives more data to us to reinforce the patients that in addition to the treatments that we're offering in terms of catheter ablation and antiarrhythmic drugs, the concern is that the substrate can continue you to progress. And that's likely driven by to some extent these modifiable risk factors. So keeping all of these under best control as possible, and hence trying to slow your biological aging as much as possible. Dr. Jason Roberts: I think that this will provide us more motivation to push these messages to our patients. A lot of patients can sometimes be like, "Let's just get on with a catheter ablation and I want to get on with my life…" but it really I think, provides more data to suggest that modifying these very important risk factors that can lead to accelerated biological agents, is very important. And in terms of the future as mentioned, so chronological aging, as people get older, people view it as, "Well, there's nothing I can do, and I'm just going to get gradually more and more unhealthy." I think, and this is somewhat futuristic, but to what extent can we slow biological aging? Can we potentially reverse it in the future? There's certainly lots of very compelling and interesting animal work and people are starting to delve into this in a big way. Dr. Jason Roberts: And not only to increase lifespan, will we some day live until we're 200. Who knows? But the concept of prolonging your health span as well. So the number of healthy years that you have before your body starts to gradually give way, I guess to some extent. Hopefully in the future will have therapies that will help keep us healthy. And if we do that increased health span, I think this data suggests that atrial fibrillation will be one thing that benefits from this. So hopefully in the future, maybe in terms of curbing the AFib pandemic, being able to address biological aging will help push things in the right direction. Dr. Mercedes Carnethon: Well, thank you so much Jason. And thank you so much Vlad for your thoughtful questions. I really like that the final bottom line leans towards my area as an epidemiologist, which is maintaining and promoting healthy lifestyles as a way to hopefully help prevent some of the difficulties of atrial fibrillation and its long-term outcomes. Really pleased to have you on this episode of Circulation on the Run, Jason, and thank you again Vlad, and I hope everyone enjoys this episode of the journal and has an opportunity to really dig into this piece. This is Mercedes Carnethon from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, saying thanks for listening today. Dr. Greg Hundley: This program is copyright of the American Heart Association 2021. The opinions expressed by speakers in this podcast are their own and not necessarily those of the editors or of the American heart association for more visit ahajournals.org.

Mike Drop
Episode 79: SEAL Team 6 Pararescue Combat Deployments with Chad McCoy

Mike Drop

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 172:47


Shop https://www.mikeritlandco.com for Performance Dog Food, Treats, Apparel & more! Chad McCoy has most likely seen every injury known to man. After 17 combat deployments all over the world in the Middle East, Asia, and North Africa, it's safe to say he's seen it all. Chad walks us through his life, and shares many great stories about his time in the combat zones, giving us all the great details. Hope you enjoy it! Sponsored by @jockofuel and @teamdog.pet. --------- Table of Timestamps: 0:00 - Introduction 2:07 - Breaking the Ice 5:26 - Morning Routine 7:25 - Growing Up 14:19 - Joining The Airforce 37:08 - Real World Rescue 39:33 - 24th to Green Team 42:12 - Attaching to a Unit 56:15 - Medicine 1:03:04 - Bouncing between the Army and Navy 1:04:55 - 17 Combat Deployments 1:18:39 - First Operation as a Shooter 1:29:17 - Being a Medic in Somalia 1:42:21 - Craziest Injury and Dogs 1:52:33 - Time with Gold Team and Extortion 17 2:01:28 - An Operation That Went Horribly Wrong 2:09:42 - Crazy Injuries and Battlefield Medicine 2:16:08 - Constipation Climb 2:19:40 - Securing a Merchant Vessel 2:22:09 - CPR on a Plane 2:25:18 - Leaving Afghanistan and Military Hierarchy 2:30:51 - Transitioning out of the Airforce 2:46:59 - Foxtrot 3 and Lifeline Rescue Tools 2:51:21 - Outro ---------- Support Chad McCoy: Doolittle Labs: https://doolittleinstitute.org/team-di/ LifeLine Rescue Tools https://lifelinerescuetools.com/ ---------- Support Mike Drop on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mikedrop ----------- Support our sponsors: Origin Labs | www.originmaine.com/origin-labs | @ORIGIN USA Fueled by TeamDog | www.mikeritlandco.com | @Teamdog.pet --- ALL THINGS MIKE RITLAND: SHOP for Fueled By Team Dog Performance Dog Food, Treats, Apparel, Accessories, and Protection dogs - https://MikeRitlandCo.com Team Dog Online dog training - https://TeamDog.pet Support Mike Drop on Patreon https://Patreon.com/mikedrop

Outside the Walls
Chris Padgett - Growing in Faith by Befriending the Saints - SaintSummit.com

Outside the Walls

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2021 56:00


Chris Padgett joins us to talk about Saint Summit 2021 a free opportunity on December 10th-12th to learn more about 25 saints from some of the most sought-after speakers.  We talk about how the witness of the saints helps us to grow in holiness and grow closer to God. Listen to the end to hear about an opportunity to grow closer to your spouse this Advent season with a little CPR. Hear the extra segment with Chris on our Patreon page.

Football Daily
72+: Crucial clash at the Cottage and Hull's revival

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 46:39


Aaron Paul is joined by former Hull City manager Phil Brown and ex-Crystal Palace and Reading midfielder Jobi McAnuff. They look at the Championship title race ahead of Fulham and Bournemouth's crucial clash on Friday night, with Fulhamish podcast's Sammy James and Kirk Tovey from Cherries Red Army Youtube channel. Phil gives us his take on the revival in fortunes of Hull. The team also discuss the importance of CPR training in football after Wigan forward Charlie Wyke revealed manager Leam Richardson helped save his life following a cardiac arrest in training last week. And Yeovil manager Darren Sarll joins the podcast ahead of his team's FA Cup clash with his former club Stevenage. 03:30 - Fulham v Bournemouth, including Marco Silva's pre-match thoughts 20:00 - Charlie Wyke's statement after being released from hospital 26:00 - Hull's revival and Doncaster's sacking of Richie Wellens 37:00 - Yeovil's Darren Sarll on the FA Cup.

Twiniversity Podcast with Natalie Diaz
Letting The Twins Fit Into Your World Twin Mom Marisa Hamel

Twiniversity Podcast with Natalie Diaz

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 50:38


Meet Marisa Hamel. Marisa is a school counselor who recently became a first-time mom to twin boys Leo and Ambrose in March. She found a podcast that introduced her to the mindset of "What if you had to?" and has since become passionate in pursuing her life goals without using her boys as an excuse for not doing so. She and her husband have collaborated on a few posts on his blog frugaljon.com providing the world with some of their favorite twin adventures and hacks.Want to hear about specific podcast topics? Email us!FOLLOW us on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube, and Twitter.SUBSCRIBE to our email newsletter!Take a class! Twiniversity offers online expecting twins classes (both on-demand and live), a breastfeeding twins class, a twins after singletons class, and a baby safety class including CPR, first aid, car seat safety, and childproofing. Click here to check out our online classes.

WMMR's Preston & Steve Daily Podcast
Daily Podcast (12.01.21)

WMMR's Preston & Steve Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 180:15


Casey's Heimlich Maneuver Story & We Chat with Carter Oosterhouse On this episode: News (00:00:00) Entertainment Report (00:11:24) Heimlich Maneuver & CPR (00:45:16) Bizarre Files (01:12:33)  Odds & Ends (01:24:16) Carter Oosterhouse Checks In & Christmas Trees (02:00:13s) Bizarre Files (02:31:25) Hollywood Trash & Music News (02:39:53) Wrap Up (02:54:13) 

The Bravest Kind with Ryan Sheaffer
Ep. 27: Revisiting a 9-1-1 Call with Leigh Rowley

The Bravest Kind with Ryan Sheaffer

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 57:41


My guest today on Episode 27 of The Bravest Kind is Leigh Rowley. Leigh and I have a unique connection as our lives first intersected on the night of August 4, 2014. I was on shift at the Kirkland Fire Department that night when we received a 9-1-1 call. The call was for Leigh's newborn son, Jeffrey, who developed complications during childbirth.Following his delivery, Jeffrey didn't have a pulse. My crew was dispatched to the scene where we performed CPR on Jeffrey. Jeffrey ultimately survived that night, however, he developed lifelong disabilities and ultimately lost his life just shy of his 6th birthday.Leigh and I discuss the night of Jeffrey's birth, the challenges of raising a child with disabilities, and the toll it took on her personal life, including the end of her first marriage. Leigh's story is also one of hope and resiliency as she talks about the unique bond and unconditional love she shared with Jeffrey, how she has gained more empathy and understanding for others facing challenges in their lives and ultimately found love and happiness again as she is remarried and recently gave birth to a baby girl named Gigi.Leigh practices Buddhism and not only is this topic broached throughout the interview, it is apparent as Leigh speaks that she displays a sense of inner calm and peace. This episode was recorded at night and Leigh's daughter Gigi awakens at one point during our interview, so if you hear the sounds of a cooing baby in the background, that is Leigh's newborn daughter joining in the conversation. For more on The Bravest Kind, see: https://www.ryansheaffer.com/thebravestkindFollow Ryan on Instagram at: @ryan.sheaffer and on Twitter @sheafonfireEmail me with show or interview suggestions: ryan@ryansheaffer.com

And She Spoke
Gloria Chou & Making The Big Switch

And She Spoke

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 24:21


Sometimes, you hear a calling you just can't ignore. And while it's daunting to leave behind your life as you know it to follow your instincts, there's also nothing quite as rewarding.No one knows that better than this week's guest Gloria Chou.Gloria is a US diplomat-turned Public Relations expert whose mission is to help business owners take charge of their own PR, gain traction, and build brand credibility without the friction from go-between agencies. Over the years, Gloria has helped thousands of businesses carve a space for themselves in premium outlets and publications.  But it wasn't what she'd set out to do at the start of her career. And when she made the switch to PR , she had to leave a lot behind— her job in bureaucracy, her pension, and her security—just to start over in a completely different industry at the bottom rung of the ladder. But Gloria believed in her zone of genius. So, she gave it her all. And in this episode, she's telling us the fascinating story of how it all worked out!Here's what we've got in store for this one: Gloria's drastic transition from diplomat to PR expert A glimpse at her three-step CPR pitching method and how it came to be Changing your career and navigating a 0-experience zone How rejection can quite literally make your career The discrepancies in PR and cold-calling between men and women How taking charge of your own PR gets the job done while minimizing friction Gloria's thoughts on content creation with relation to PR Tips from an expert on following up pitches, reaching out to publications, and more! Gloria's drive, honesty, and tooth-and-nail attitude is what makes this episode so refreshing. And if you're looking to make a switch and follow your heart to do the thing that's calling you, definitely tune in! This episode might just be the sign you need. RESOURCES: Gloria's Website Gloria's Podcast Gloria's PR Secrets Masterclass Gloria's Instagram This Week's Joy:Gloria is extremely delighted about launching and hosting her very own Small Business PR Podcast! She's having a wonderful time talking to new guests, and learning how to turn the podcast gears as she goes along!This Week's Hustle:Gloria's very own PR Secrets Masterclass will up your business' PR game in under an hour! This is a free 30-minute step-by-step class where she deconstructs a PR outreach email pitch right from the subject line!This podcast is brought to you by the Marvelous online teaching platform.Marvelous is an easy-to-use platform that helps you build and sell your own courses memberships and live-streamed programs. Go from idea to open for business in just minutes. Unlike other startups, Marvelous was created by women for women. If you're looking for a simple, streamlined way to build and grow an online business. You can learn more at Marvelous.

KBS WORLD Radio Korea 24
Korea 24 - 2021.11.30

KBS WORLD Radio Korea 24

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021


Korea24 – 2021.11.30. (Tuesday) News Briefing: South Korea’s health system is continuing to come under strain, with more than 90% of ICU beds for critically ill COVID-19 patients in Seoul now occupied. Meanwhile, the government says the rising number of elderly COVID-19 patients at high risk of developing severe symptoms is the biggest concern at this point. (Eunice Kim) In-Depth News Analysis: Last Wednesday, the education ministry announced an ambitious package of reform measures for schools at all levels from elementary to high schools. The measures include the introduction of a selective curriculum at the elementary level, as well as strengthening career education in middle school. This comes as high schools in the country are set to adopt a credit system, currently on a trial basis, starting in 2025. To take a closer look at the proposed changes and their potential impact, Professor Hong Won-pyo, from the Department of Education at Yonsei University joins us on the line. Korea Trending with Jung Ye-won: 1. A student from a prestigious university who had been working as a private tutor to a 7 year-old girl was caught on CCTV physically assaulting her tutee. ("목이 뒤로 꺾이도록 때렸다"…서울대 과외선생이 7살 아이 학대) 2. A taxi driver has been hailed a hero for saving a child by performing CPR after he saw the child collapse on the street. (심정지 아이 살린 택시기사, 택시비 계산도 마다했다) 3. The Korean Netflix series Squid Game has won a Gotham Award for ‘Breakthrough Series – Long Format’, becoming the first Korean-made content to win one. ('오징어 게임' 美 고담어워즈 첫 트로피…황동혁 "기적, 정말 감사") Touch Base in Seoul: Seven years ago, our guest today, Koo Nadan (구나단) was an English language tutor at a famous academy in Korea. Today he is the interim head coach of the Incheon Shinhan Bank S-Birds in the Women’s Korean Basketball League, and since he was appointed in the Summer he has already impressed. Coach Koo joins us via video call to tell us about his story. Morning Edition Preview with Mark Wilson-Choi: - In tomorrow’s Korea Times, Park Han-sol has a piece on the late modern sculptor Kwon Jin-kyu (1922-1973) and a photo exhibition celebrating the artist. - In tomorrow’s Korea Herald, Park Yuna writes about how the Cultural Corps of Korean Buddhism will expand its international projects in 2022, in commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the Templestay program.

EMS Today
Bystander CPR 2.0

EMS Today

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 27:03


Welcome to Real Life Rescues, a podcast that goes behind the scenes and takes an in-depth look into the operational and personal accounts of EMS first responders from Israel's largest fully volunteer EMS provider, United Hatzalah. The podcast is hosted by EMT-P (Paramedic) Dov Maisel and EMT-B (EMT) Raphael Poch. Today, we'll be talking about Bystander CPR 2.0, how engaging the community can – and has – revolutionized the speed at which basic CPR is initiated in cases of sudden cardiac arrest across Israel. In this episode, Dov and Raphael will discuss how a small and inexpensive program became a national initiative that resulted in a shift in the number of bystanders willing and able to perform basic CPR during an emergency. We will discuss the “Safe Family” education program that involved community members taking a four-hour basic CPR and family safety course which has led to dozens of recent instances where bystanders became the “first” first responders and initiated near-immediate CPR that resulted in lives being saved.

Calming the Chaos
The Heart of Chaos

Calming the Chaos

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 49:50


The Heart of Chaos – Interview with Don and Hutch About the Episode: Calming the Chaos welcomes Don MacKee and Ian Hutchinson (“Don and Hutch”), who are best mates who live in Australia. They share their story of how they were both thrown into a “do or die” situation a couple of years ago, which caused them both some chaos. While they were on a bike ride, Hutch went into sudden cardiac arrest, and died for 18 minutes. Fortunately, Don and some bystanders were able to perform CPR and mouth to mouth resuscitation for 10 minutes until the medics came, and Hutch was one of the 9% of people who survive cardiac arrest in Australia. Don and Hutch are now the founders of “CPRfriendly.org” which aims to save lives by helping anyone get CPR friendly in just minutes, in a light and fun way. On this podcast, Don and Hutch share their story of chaos, and some of their “lessons learnt after being dead.” Join us for a fun interview on a very serious topic of chaos! 1. Introduction to Don and Hutch a. Friends for 25 years b. On a bike ride one Tuesday, and Hutch had Cardiac Arrest i. “Donny jumped in like a Superman” ii. A Green corridor wasn't given iii. Clinically dead for 18 minutes iv. Now a new cable into Hutch's heart 2. The 911 call a. Is he conscious? b. Is he breathing? c. Is there a defibrillator? d. “I'll help you do CPR” e. The 000 (or 911) operator was so helpful! f. Don did the mouth to mouth…garlic bread breath? i. TIP: Always have Breath Mints available! 3. What happened a. Hutch went into a coma b. He was in a 20-second loop “Like a Goldfish” – The Goldfish loop c. Don was in chaos from the moment Hutch had cardiac arrest, and until he knew that Hutch would be okay. What a great friend! d. Hutch survived, and the two of them created CPR-Friendly, to help people learn CPR in minutes…for FREE! e. “Any attempt is better than none at all” 4. Questions for Don and Hutch a. Hutch: What was it like to die? “I didn't remember a thing,” “I wanted to avoid the hot place.” b. Don: How did you stay calm in this crisis/chaos? (or did you?) Hutch yelled out Don's name, and Don responded c. What is the difference between a heart attack and cardiac arrest? i. A Heart Attack is a “plumbing issue” where the heart doesn't flow well ii. Cardiac Arrest is an “electrical issue” where the heart can't get a good rhythm iii. Because of the “electrical issue” with cardiac arrest, a defibrillator is a good tool to have on board. “It's like your own coach in a box!” iv. Perhaps try and host your own CPR Friendly gathering v. Consider getting a defibrillator – “The Wiggles” vi. Any attempt is better than none! d. Can a dog do CPR? 5. Products and services you have to offer: a. Free Webinars that are fun and informative that help you become CPR Friendly in minutes! Visit www.cprfriendly.org b. New Defibrillators. c. “If we can save one life, it's amazing!” d. Thank you, Don, for helping Hutch to be here today! 6. Contact Information and Social Media Links a. Website: www.CPRfriendly.org b. Email: info@CPRfriendly.org c. Facebook https://www.facebook.com/CPRfriendly.org/ d. YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ_Rx6yFTy0S3iBxZcJSB-Q/videos YouTube Video #1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4TwDStxynO0&t=12s YouTube Video #2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5kiBzXsim4 Email Calming the Chaos at Calmingthec@gmail.com

The My Little Eater Podcast
#87: The Best Mom and Baby Gift Guide 2021

The My Little Eater Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 36:40


In this episode I'll be giving you a breakdown of all my favorite baby products out there! As a new mom, it can be so hard to navigate the massive amounts of products for your baby that are on the market. And trust me, marketing of these products makes you feel like you should buy them all because you “might” need them! But, which ones do you really need? Which is a waste of money? I've done the guessing work for you! I've vetted each of these products myself, and go into detail on which products I know are useful as a new mom, and which ones are a money grab! We'll be chatting about everything from baby monitors, sleep sacks, bouncers, breast pumps and bassinets, right down feeding accessories and of course my Baby Led Feeding online course.  All the products I talk about in this episode can be found in either of my Amazon Shops linked in the "Additional Resources" section below! If you prefer to read about all my must-have products, make sure to check back for my blog post that includes all the links to every single product mentioned here too! :) ♥ Listen on Apple Podcasts                 ♥ Listen on Spotify                 ♥ Listen on Google Podcasts   Additional Resources: Don't forget about my amazing Black Friday sale going on NOW! Both my Baby Led Feeding online course and my Feeding Toddlers online course are both 25% OFF until Monday November 29th! Don't miss out on the biggest sale of the year!  BABY LED FEEDING ONLINE COURSE: https://mylittleeater.com/baby-led-feeding/ FEEDING TODDLER ONLINE COURSE: https://mylittleeater.com/feeding-toddlers/ CANADA AMAZON SHOP: https://www.amazon.ca/shop/mylittleeater US AMAZON SHOP:  https://www.amazon.com/shop/mylittleeater SAFE BEGINNINGS INFANT CPR: https://safebeginnings.thinkific.com/courses/infant-child-cpr-choking-and-injury-prevention?ref=db040c Use code mylittleeater to get 20% off the CPR course! BIBADO BIBS: https://bibado.co Use code MYLITTLEEATER to get 10% your entire order or MLEBOGO to get 50% off one bib when you buy two.  Skip To… Sound Machines (2:45)  Baby Monitors (3:39)  Breast Pump (9:11)  Baby Bouncer (10:34)  Diaper Organizer (12:18)  Wet Bag (13:37) Diaper Bags (14:51)  Electric Nail File (16:34)  Baby Freda Products (17:26)  Sleep Sacks (20:37) Bassinet (22:08)  Baby Carrier (23:12)  Infant Courses (24:09)  Feeding Accessories (29:20) 

On Her Terms Defined
Preventing and Managing Medical Emergencies feat. Larry Penton

On Her Terms Defined

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 105:19


With the cost of health care in America at an all-time high, the fear of going into debt because of medical bills is all too real. In today's episode we speak with Larry Penton, a veteran paramedic and firefighter about what may constitute a medical emergency, when to call 911 vs when to call your doctor, and how to be prepared to handle minor medical needs at home.Larry also shares insights related to: Common medical emergencies that occur during the holidays (including falls, excessive alcohol consumption, sharp object injuries, workplace accidents, mental health challenges, poisonings, burns, and gun related injuries).Keeping your pets safe during the holidays.Resources for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training.Availability of free smoke detectors. Importance of CPR and Stop the Bleed Training.Key items to include in your individual first aid kit.Considerations to help determine when to go to the emergency department, urgent care, or call your physician.Signs you may need to call 911 which include shortness of breath, chest pain, altered mental status, pain or weakness on one side of the body, unconscious (breathing) or unresponsive (no pulse, not breathing), uncontrolled bleeding.Information to provide the 911 dispatcher if you call for a mental health related emergency. CONTENT WARNINGSReferences to violent events (i.e. shootings).GUESTLarry PentonRetired Paramedic/FirefighterPenton Pending Consulting Services- https://www.pentonpending.com/- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PentonPendingCSLLC- Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/penton_pending_csRESOURCESAmerican Red Cross CPR training - https://www.redcross.org/take-a-class/cprFSA Store - https://fsastore.com/Stop the Bleed - https://www.stopthebleed.org/training Watch Larry on Sirius Mindz every Wednesday at 5:00pm EST here https://www.youtube.com/c/SiriusMindzRNTV/featuredFOR MORE INFORMATION Listen and subscribe to SheConfidential on your favorite podcast app. Visit https://sheconfidential.com/ for complete episode details including guest information and discussion highlights Follow on Instagram and Facebook @she.confidentialNOTEThe information provided on SheConfidential pertaining to your health or wellness, relationships, business/career choices, finances, or any other aspect of your life is not intended to be a substitute for individual consultations, professional advice, diagnosis or treatment rendered by your own provider.ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSEpisode artwork and video production by Eye AM Media https://www.eyeammedia.com/. Follow on Instagram @eyeammedia

Oops
255. Let's Move To Hawaii!

Oops

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 76:34


Moving to Hawaii, ordering a round of shots, performing CPR, & making the wrong decision. Use code oops at https://www.birddogs.com/ for a FREE gift! Go to https://welcome.storyworth.com/?utm_source=oops&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=summer2019&promo=hR8XucBp for $10 off your first purchase! Check out Stewart's BRAND NEW spiked seltzer: https://www.instagram.com/stewartspiked/?hl=en Get a new wireless phone plan for $15 per month: https://www.mintmobile.com/oops Want to start cooking at home but unsure of how to start? Go to https://hellofresh.com/oops14for 14 ready-to-cook meals! The Promo code is oops14 Video versions of every episode: https://www.youtube.com/c/OopsThePodcast Follow us: https://www.instagram.com/oopsthepodcast/ https://www.instagram.com/francisccellis/ https://www.instagram.com/notjulio/ Produced by Chris Caso & Ryan Lynch https://www.instagram.com/chris.mp4/ https://www.instagram.com/ryanlynch28/

Cheap Pop Rasslin
CPR Predicts: WWE Survivor Series

Cheap Pop Rasslin

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 72:17


It's #Rock25, and it's episode 25!CPR predicts the 2021 WWE Survivor Series event. Also discussed in this episode are some of the latest releases from the company, a big Fantasy Faction update, and as usual a nice quiz to finish us off.-- Available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts --https://twitter.com/the_cheap_pophttps://www.instagram.com/the_cheap_pop/For Sponsorship & Collaboration, contact wrestlingpodcast999@gmail.comFor Production & Editing Enquiries, contact lukejudson9@gmail.comOUT NOW ON AMAZON.COM: 'Headphones & Heartaches' by CPR's own Wesley ParkerHalf of every copy of 'Headphones and Heartaches' sold will be going to the Camp To Belong River Valley non-profit. Camp To Belong River Valley is a 100% volunteer based organization that hosts events for siblings separated in foster care. (https://www.ctbrivervalley.org/)https://weswritesforfun.com/

Colorado Matters
Nov. 19, 2021: Colorado’s role in ‘Build Back Better’; Rapids head coach Robin Fraser

Colorado Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 49:51


How has Colorado's Congressional delegation helped shape the president's Build Back Better Act? CPR public affairs reporter Andrew Kenney provides insight. Then, the comeback story of Rapids head coach Robin Fraser with a record-setting season. Plus, students find common ground with a virtual exchange. And remembering the legacy of the Brown Bombers.

CPR’s Connect the Dots
S6: Season 6 Trailer - Climate Resilience

CPR’s Connect the Dots

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 2:10


CPR's Connect the Dots has been distilling complex policy issues for listeners for five seasons. In Season 6, coming early 2022, we'll explore climate resiliency—that is, our ability to handle the stresses caused by climate disruption and adapt to changing conditions. The crisis may be stark, but there are ways we can create viable systems that look towards the future.

Marvel Movie Minute
Thor 031: Is Jane Wondering About Thor's Bleached Eyebrows?

Marvel Movie Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 28:13


Minute Thirty-One: From Post-Collision to Hospital Decision We have a great guest joining us to discuss a seemingly drunk Thor and his bleached eyebrows, the runes on the ground, and the Rom-Com nature of Thor's time on Earth. It's ‘Jovial' Jay Shepard from MCU: Location Scout! In the thirty-first minute of Kenneth Branagh's 2011 film Thor... Revisiting the crash may have been compressed, but the time with Thor isn't. In fact, we get more of it and it's better lit. And that's quite the look that Thor and Jane share. Maybe she's just staring at his eyebrows? We're ready for the #theeyebrowcut, Feige! But seriously, this look is about 14 seconds of this minute with just the two of them starting into each other's eyes, not to mention the six seconds before that when Jane's looking at the unconscious Thor. Jane's vehicle is a Pinzgauer. It doesn't have bleached eyebrows. We dig into Jane's Pinzgauer a bit. These are great Austrian high-clearance vehicles often used by the military. This is likely a 1971 and has seriously been retrofit by Jane for her scientific use. Why hasn't this inspired people to modify their own Pinzgauers to take to various ComiCons and the like? Darcy is just the best. She doesn't have bleached eyebrows. She's easily one of our favorite things in this movie. Every line she has here is comic gold. She plays the audience surrogate so perfectly. Whether it's offering CPR to the ridiculously hot guy passed out on the ground in a rune circle, or throwing her offhand comments at him about how she can tell he's hammered, Kat Dennings delivers her lines to a T. We love how the screenwriters here and throughout the MCU work to develop these side characters into characters we'd like to see continue. Darcy was such a pleasant surprise in WandaVision and we certainly hope we get more of her. Now this is a Shakespearean love story. Neither Romeo nor Juliet had bleached eyebrows. The heightened drama we have between these two people is so big and over the top that it's hard not to go back to comparing it to the Bard. And to a certain extent, it's a Rom-Com. This is a great meet cute we have here with Jane hitting Thor with her Pinzgauer. Jane even has the stereotypical quirky best friend in Darcy. Well, she's her intern, but it's the equivalent. Thor also is in the ‘fish out of water' story, something else which can very much be part of that Rom-Com. Thor passes out and the connection is lost. Jane wonders where he's from and then she notices the circle of runes on the ground. They each have their own motivation. And I bet those bleached eyebrows have their own motivation, though I wouldn't want to know what it is. Jane's science-mind goes immediately to the science and studying these runes. Erik has largely seemed confused pretty much since he joined Jane and Darcy. Could that be because he's having flashbacks to stories from his childhood? Thor likely is dazed because he's lost his powers and was just hit by a car, likely hurting him more than he's been hurt before. To that end, what's the history of people in history being cast out of their own society? Surely, it was a lot more involved. Thor's banishment happens so suddenly that it's likely he is still just beginning to process everything. From the Pinzgauer to Thor's drunken wandering and mumbling, it's a great minute to discuss with Jay. Tune in! Join the conversation with movie lovers from around the world on The Next Reel's Discord channel! Film Sundries Watch this film: iTunes • Amazon • Netflix • YouTube • Disney+ Join the conversation on Discord Script Transcript Trailer #1 Trailer #2 Poster artwork Original Material ‘Jovial' Jay Shepard at MCU:Location Scout and Retrozap

Colorado Matters
Nov. 11, 2021: Why is the cause of so many wildfires not found?; Operation Veteran Strong

Colorado Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 50:23


The biggest wildfires in Colorado have cost lives and caused millions of dollars in damage, yet no one knows specifically how they started. CPR investigative reporter Ben Markus has a special report. Then, "Operation Veteran Strong" is helping veterans transition back to civilian life and focus on being well. Plus, sharing stories of World War II.

eTown
eTown‘s Best of 2001

eTown

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 59:19


Join us as we move forward with eTown's 30th anniversary series, a group of shows highlighting many of eTown's past seasons of programs. This week, we share a potpourri of favorite moments from 2001 with musical guests Roger McGuinn, Terrance Simien, Dan Hicks and the Hot Licks, Cubanismo, Retro Grass, David Crosby's CPR and more!

Behind The Shield
Brandon Griffith - Episode 531

Behind The Shield

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 88:26


Brandon Griffith was at his physical and mental peak as a police officer when he had a sudden cardiac arrest. Due to the quick response of his wife and the responding paramedics, Brandon ultimately returned to full duty with an implanted defibrillator. We discuss his journey into the martial arts, entering law enforcement, physical fitness, SWAT tryouts, his mental and physical recovery, the importance of early CPR and defibrillation, his non-profit Griffith Blue Heart and so much more.

The American Warrior Show
Show # 270 - Coffee with Rich | Mallory is the co-owner of Michigan Civil Defense and a Krav Maga Black Belt

The American Warrior Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 86:29


Show # 270 - Coffee with Rich | Mallory is the co-owner of Michigan Civil Defense and a Krav Maga Black Belt Show # 270 - Coffee with Rich | Mallory is the co-owner of Michigan Civil Defense and a Krav Maga Black Belt On today's Coffee with Rich, we will be joined by Mallory Brake. Mallory is the co-owner of Michigan Civil Defense, a community organization that focuses on transforming civilians into trained and engaged citizens. Michigan Civil Defense offers training in self-defense, emergency first aid, and community preparedness. Mallory is a Black Belt in Krav Maga and a Level 2 Certified Instructor. Krav Maga is a military self-defense and fighting system developed for the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and Israeli security forces derived from a combination of techniques sourced from Boxing, Wrestling, Judo, Aikido, and Karate. Mallory is the first and only female Krav Maga Black Belt in Michigan. She has been training Krav Maga for 10 years and instructing for 6. Her pride and passion for teaching is empowering women to take responsibility for their own self-protection. Mallory is a certified USCCA firearms instructor. She was the Honor Guard at the American Warrior Society's Firearm Instructor Development Course 3-21. Mallory is a certified American Heart Association Instructor for Basic Life Support, CPR, First Aid, AED and a Stop the Bleed Instructor. Mallory has also been a Registered Nurse for 12 years. She is a bachelor's prepared RN from Bellarmine University in Louisville Kentucky, and she has a certification in Critical Care nursing. Mallory worked in the Intensive Care at Henry Ford Hospital, a level one trauma center, in downtown Detroit for the past twelve years. While there she also worked as a Unit Educator for the Medical ICU. Mallory's unit is run by Pulmonologists, and therefore was the COVID ICU during the current pandemic. During her limited down time, Mallory loves being with her family – who made her the woman she is today. She also trains, trains, and trains some more. Coffee with Rich Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/rhodieusmc/videos American Warrior Show: https://americanwarriorshow.com/index.html SWAG: https://shop.americanwarriorsociety.com/ American Warrior Society please visit: https://americanwarriorsociety.com/  

C Tolle Run
248: Meghan Roth - Next Thing... I Was In The Ambulance

C Tolle Run

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 40:23


Carrie chats with Meghan Roth, a fast marathoner who survived a cardiac arrest during the 2021 Boston Marathon. She takes Carrie through the day, describing the moments leading up to the race, getting through eight miles, collapsing on the course, having a friend perform CPR on her, waking up in an ambulance, recovering in a Boston hospital for several days following the race, and her ongoing journey towards recovery.

Dr. Laura Call of the Day
I Couldn't Save My Grandfather

Dr. Laura Call of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 5:34


14-year-old Jake is traumatized since unsuccessfully performing CPR on his grandfather, and now he doesn't want to visit his grandma at her house anymore. - Dr. Laura: "Learning to move past what is painful and uncomfortable is an important part of life."How do you move past your uncomfortable feelings? Email me your thoughts at: drlaura@drlaura.com To participate on the radio program; call 1-800-Dr-Laura / 1-800-375-2872 or make an appointment - https://www.drlaura.com/make-an-appointment. Find me on social media at:Facebook.com/DrLauraInstagram.com/DrLauraProgramTwitter.com/DrLauraProgramYouTube.com/DrLauraBecome a Dr. Laura Family Member: https://www.drlaura.com/ See https://www.drlaura.com/privacy-policy for privacy information.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.