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Today on Rising, Infant Formula Shortage Bill CLEARS House with 12 GOP votes, Biden invokes Defense Production Act (00:00)Nina Jankowicz RESIGNS, good riddance to partisan disinfo HACK: Robby Soave (12:29)Populists TARGETED in corporate coup? Voters are OVER Dems, REJECTING status quo: Briahna Joy Gray (22:57)$40B Ukraine Bill headed to Biden's desk, Rand Paul writes Op-Ed opposing aid (33:21)Inside BOTCHED US-Afghanistan withdrawal: Chaos, broken promises, & paranoia (47:36)Kim Iversen: Piss Poor Ukraine War Reporting Insults American's Intelligence (56:31)Gas hits $4 in every state, stations prepare for $10/Gallon (01:09:54)Bush says Iraq instead of Ukraine in MASSIVE Freudian slip, users cite Curb Your Enthusiasm in GAFFE (01:22:08)NY Gov. Hochul targets FREE SPEECH, social media after Buffalo massacre (01:29:47)Where to tune in and follow: https://linktr.ee/risingthehillMore about Rising:Rising is a weekday morning show hosted by Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Robby Soave. It breaks the mold of morning TV by taking viewers inside the halls of Washington power like never before, providing outside-of-the-beltway perspectives. The show leans into the day's political cycle with cutting edge analysis from DC insiders and outsiders alike to provide coverage not provided on cable news. It also sets the day's political agenda by breaking exclusive news with a team of scoop-driven reporters and demanding answers during interviews with the country's most important political newsmakers.
We start off the show with some gloom and doom. Baby formula shortages, gas prices going up and no end in sight to inflation. Diddy came on Ellen to explain his new name. Reporters asked Johnny Depp's Lawyer if they were dating. She didn't give an answer. Amber Heard's sister took the stand yesterday. Gas prices are still rising. Jamie learned about the different types of Objections used in court. BJ had a cat run into his garage while he was leaving for work and didn't notice. The cat attacked his wife while she was leaving for work. There is going to be a big change in the weather tomorrow. If you're trying to go to the Avalanche game tonight be careful about where you buy your tickets.
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With rising prices already on the minds of investors and consumers, the outlook in Europe remains challenged across supply chains, inflation rates and energy markets. Chief European Economist Jens Eisenschmidt and Global Oil Strategist and Head of the European Energy Team Martijn Rats discuss.-----Transcript-----Jens Eisenschmidt: Welcome to Thoughts on the Market. I'm Jens Eisenschmidt, Morgan Stanley's Chief European Economist. Martijn Rats: And I'm Martijn Rats, Morgan Stanley's Global Commodity Strategist and Head of the European Energy Research Team. Jens Eisenschmidt: And today on the podcast, we will be talking about the outlook for the European economy for the next 12 months in the very challenging context of rising energy prices and sustained inflationary pressure. It's Thursday, May 19, at 4 p.m. in London. Jens Eisenschmidt: So, Martin, I wanted to talk with you today about some burning issues that seem to be topmost on everybody's mind these days, namely rising energy prices and inflation. These challenges are affecting literally everyone. And Europe, in particular, is acutely feeling the impact from the war in Ukraine. Let's maybe pick up with a topic you discussed on this podcast back in January. So even prior to the war in Ukraine, you talked about five enduring tailwinds boosting commodities. So far in 22, commodities are on track to outperform equities for the second consecutive year. Now that we are approaching the mid-year mark, what's your outlook for the second half of 22 in terms of commodities and which ones are likely to outperform the most in the current environment? Martijn Rats: Some things have changed, but also a lot of things are still the same when it comes to the outlook for commodities. Commodities move in long cycles. The last decade was, on the whole, more challenging, but we think that we're still in the relatively early innings of what could be a long cycle ahead. You already mentioned the five enduring tailwinds that we've previously written about and discussed on podcasts like this. First of all, is inflation. Commodities often do well in inflationary periods, and the inflationary pressures are still there, that's one. Secondly, geopolitical risk. Thirdly, there's the energy transition. For a broad range of commodities the energy transition is a demand tailwind, but for a lot of others, it's basically a red flag not to invest in supply. Then fourthly, a lot of commodities have gone through a long period of very little investment. That sets up a tighter supply outlook. And then finally there's reopening. A lot of reopening has already played out, but there are still important pockets of reopening that have yet to fully materialize. A lot of that thesis is still the same. And I would expect that this will carry the commodity asset class for some time. Now, in terms of how things have changed at the start of the year, we were more optimistic about demand for a lot of commodities, and those expectations have come down a little bit because the economic slowdown, because of China. But we were also more optimistic about the supply for those commodities. We've seen a lot of headwinds in terms of the supply of a broad range of commodities, particularly because of the war in the Ukraine. So net net our balances are broadly still equally tight, if not slightly tighter, and that's to still set up the commodity asset class quite well. Also for the second half, the ones that we prefer the most, it's mostly the energy commodities. We think they'll do better than the metals. That is already happening as we speak, but there is more to come in that relative trade in the second half as well. Jens Eisenschmidt: Let's talk a little bit about oil. You've said that you continue to see upside to oil prices, even though the nature of your thesis has changed since the start of the year. Could you walk us through your thinking specifically around oil? Martijn Rats: Yes. At the start of the year, we were thinking that oil demand could grow this year by something like 3.5 to 4 million barrels a day, year over year compared to 2021. And that expectation had turned out to be too optimistic. There are basically two reasons for that. First of all, is China. The Zero-Covid policies in China and the stringent lockdowns that have come with that means that at the moment we're probably losing something like 1.5 to 2 million barrels a day of oil demand in China right now. Now, that might not last the entire year, but there is a material effect. And then also economic growth expectations have come down. And as a result, we also had to moderate our oil demand forecasts. But then on the supply side, we had to make even bigger changes. Russian production has fallen by broadly a million barrels a day already, and we think that that will continue to fall by another million barrels a day in the second half of the year. So when you add it all up, I'm sure our demand expectations have fallen, but they are already at a level that I would say is reflective of the current situation while there's still meaningful supply risks and when you put those two things combined, actually our balances are even slightly tighter than they were at the start of the year. Hence the call, as we've had it for a while, for $130 brent by the third quarter. Jens Eisenschmidt: Turning to the European gas markets. Gas prices in Europe are roughly five times as high as in the U.S., reflecting the increased risk to Russian supply created by the war in Ukraine. What are your expectations in terms of Europe following through on its intent to phase out Russian gas? And what potential scenarios do you see playing out here? Martijn Rats: The story about European gas is is quite a bit different from what it is to oil. There is clearly heightened risk in the European gas market right now that is reflected in price. As a result, the price is well above historical levels, is well above the levels that prevail in the United States. But that also means that a lot of the world's seaborne gas, a lot of those cargoes of LNG at the moment are ending up in Europe. At the same time. Russian flows of natural gas into Europe are low, but they by and large continue. And when you put all of that together, actually, judging by, you know, the normal fundamental metrics that we look at, the European gas market right here, right now today is actually relatively soft. But all of that is, of course, drowned out by the risk that Russian supplies may be impacted. Now, that remains very difficult to call in the short run. That's also the reason why you see European gas prices being so volatile. What does strike us to be the case is that Europe will wean itself off Russian gas over the next sort of 5, 6, 7 years towards the end of the decade. That will require a lot of LNG to come to Europe and also a fair amount of demand erosion. Neither of these things will happen with low prices. We have low conviction on what happens to European natural gas prices in the short run, admittedly, but we have high conviction that gas prices will need to stay high, if not very high by historical standards for several years to come to allow the European gas markets to move away from Russian supplies.Jens Eisenschmidt: Maybe one last word on metals. What are your expectations for metals, especially vis a vis what you just said about energy? Martijn Rats: If you look at metals for most of the metals, practically all of them, China is a huge factor in setting the demand outlook. So where would we be cautious at the moment is in the precise trajectory of the demand recovery in China. At the same time, we are quite concerned about the supply outlook, particularly as of Russia. So if you put all of that together, the metals suffer much more from weak Chinese demand, whilst the energy commodities are much more impacted by tight supply because of the Russian situation. So our preference over the last couple of months, for some time already, to be honest, has been to prefer the energy commodities. Whilst we think that the metals will probably stay a little weaker for some time to come because of their dominant exposure to Chinese demands factors. So there is a strong story to be told about many of the metals over the next sort of 5, 6, 7 years around energy transition. But right here, right now, we're biding our time a little bit with the metals. Jens, the 1Q GDP and inflation numbers confirms that supply shocks are hitting hard on the European economy, even after its strong post-COVID recovery in 2021. In your mid-year outlook, you refer to the set of challenges facing Europe as a perfect storm. Tell us why the situation looks so challenging from where you stand. Jens Eisenschmidt: Yes, you're right, Martin. It's very difficult in these days to get very optimistic about the growth outlook. I mean, we started the year actually on a much brighter note with a growth outlook of 3.9% for 22 for the euro area and had to revise it consecutively down to 3 to 2.7 and now to 2.6. And this is all on the back of as you mentioned, supply side shocks. First of all, we would have, of course, a huge hit to disposable income through inflation. Also, as we don't really see the wage developments catching quite up to that number. We are facing here a shock to confidence that we have seen emanating from both the war, but also from more generally the developments surrounding us. We have recently seen news from increased chances for more supply chain issues coming our way, for instance, out of China. Plus, on the other side of the Atlantic, the Federal Reserve has started to aggressively rein into their inflation that has significant domestic demand component to it. Overall, it's very difficult to see really bright spots here. That's why we have arrived at 2.6% in our forecast, that is despite significant dynamics coming out from the reopening and fiscal stimulus being on the road. So overall, it's a very challenging environment we are in. Jens Eisenschmidt: Martijn, thanks for taking the time to talk. Martijn Rats: Thanks, Jens was great to speak with you. Jens Eisenschmidt: And thanks for listening. If you enjoy Thoughts on the Market, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts and share the podcast with a friend or colleague today.
Gigster is on a mission to companies develop software applications with the speed of a startup, coupled with the quality and expertise of the most innovative global talent. Cory Hymel leads all things Web3 as the Director of Blockchain at Gigster, a company dedicated to helping businesses develop software applications with the speed of a startup, coupled with the quality and expertise of the most innovative global talent. Cory also manages academic partnerships to help further research into distributed teams and the future of work. I invited Cory on the podcast to share his insights on what he sees as emerging trends for mass adoption and early execution of enterprise impacting technology like NFTs, blockchain and Web3. We also discuss how to create a roadmap for an NFT marketplace development project and why inter-blockchain communication is the key to blockchain mass adoption. We explore the topic of high Ethereum gas fees and why Gas is vital on the Ethereum network as it avoids poor performance and security issues for every transaction.
How much money do you need to be rich? It depends on who you're asking. Young people are much easier to impress than our parents and grandparents. I think I'll know I've made it when I can finally buy a phone directly from Apple instead of meeting a stranger from Facebook in a parking lot somewhere. *A marriage counselor says that women have one specific complaint about their husbands more than every other complaint combined. *Doomscrolling!! Old & Busted = COVID. New Hotness = Monkeypox. Gas prices are too damn high. George W has returned with another Bushism. Amber's sister says Johnny and Amber always fought when drugs and alcohol were involved. The Johnny Cash water tower shooter has been arrested. A middle school in Arkansas is being investigated for punishing kids the same way schools have been punishing kids since I was a kid. *Julia's back and she's upset with Slimfast. Two can play at this game sister! *What phrases cause us the most anxiety at work? "Can I see you in my office" is still the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world. *The best movies of all time about music. *Speaking of movies about music, Lazlo watched a full-blown musical by himself this week. This guy is still full of surprises. *That's a wrap but before we go, Slimfast needs to send a few texts to smooth some things over. See you tomorrow! -Everybody Wang Chung!!!
Son 9 los asesinatos a periodistas, aclaró Ricardo Mejía, subsecretario de Seguridad y Protección CiudadanaLa expansión del Gas Bienestar deberá esperar, informó AMLO La secretaria de Economía, Tatiana Clouthier, realizará una visita de trabajo a Reino Unido
Arizona Republican Congressman Andy Biggs joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to share his thoughts on the national baby formula shortage, and how it could have been avoided if the Biden administration had acted sooner. Jimmy explains why most Democrats running for office in this year's midterms do not actually want President Biden to campaign for them. PLUS, comedian Aaron Berg talks about the current state of his industry and the reasons so many people in the woke crowd get offended by jokes. [00:00:00] Gas prices just keep going up [00:37:35] KJP pressed on the power of Biden's endorsement [00:58:20] Rep. Andy Biggs [01:14:23] Gervais knows smart people aren't offended by taboo jokes [01:32:49] Aaron Berg Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Former Congressman Devin Nunes, former Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee and CEO of the Trump Media & Technology Group, joins C&B to discuss free speech in the technology age. Breaking News: $40 Billion Ukraine aid package heads to Biden's desk. For the first time, ALL 50 STATES now have an average price of at least $4 for a gallon of unleaded gas. Gas was $1.87 two years ago under President Trump. Pelosi praises the Biden's administration's response to baby formula shortage. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen uses the dreaded “S” Word: "Stagflation." College football drama: Texas A&M Football Head Coach Jimbo Fisher has words for University of Alabama Football Head Coach Nick Saban. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gas pumps in the state of Washington getting reconfigured for $10 per gallon. More analysis of the new White House press secretary. Biden administration warns of another wave of Covid-19. Johnny Heidt with guitar news.
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Listen to Sean Rima on demand. Topics include the pausing of President Biden's Ministry of Truth, and the resignation of the disinformation czar, Nina Jankowicz. Gas prices have reached yet another record high, and it has started to affect Uncle Sean's crucial routine. Abortion rights are a hot topic with liberals, and illegal immigrants are essential to their aspirations, despite the fact that most immigrants are opposed to abortion. In addition, Sean will be celebrating the return of Taco Bell's “Mexican Pizza”, which returns today to a Taco Bell near you.
The Milk Bank in Indianapolis steps in to help with the baby formula shortage... A new name is in the offing for a major Evansville financial institution... Gas prices have hit another record high... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hour 2 - Reporters asked Johnny Depp's Lawyer if they were dating. She didn't give an answer. Amber Heard's sister took the stand yesterday. Gas prices are still rising. Jamie learned about the different types of Objections used in court.
Ein Ausfall russischer Gaslieferungen im kommenden Winter: Diese Gefahr wirft ihren Schatten schon jetzt auf die österreichische Energieversorgung. Unsere enorme Abhängigkeit von russischem Erdgas und erschreckend niedrige Füllstände der hiesigen Gasspeicher haben die Regierung nun zu konkreten Maßnahmen zur Sicherung der Gasversorgung bewogen. Wie bereitet sich Österreich also auf die kommende Heizsaison vor? Warum beeinflussen Gaslieferungen eigentlich auch den Strompreis hierzulande? Und wird all das genug sein, um die österreichische Energieversorgung für den nächsten Winter fit zu machen? Darüber spricht STANDARD-Wirtschaftsredakteur Günther Strobl.
Welchen Weg soll der Kanton Baselland in der Energiepolitik gehen? Weg von Öl und Gas, mehr Elektromobilität oder mehr Wärmepumpen zum Beispiel? Im sogenannten Energieplanungsbericht gibt die Baselbieter Regierung den Weg vor. Der Bericht gab im Landrat viel zu diskutieren. Weitere Themen: * Mobilitätsdaten aus Basel * Spekulationen um Clariant
Strom, Gas, Benzin: Vieles ist erheblich teurer geworden. Wer einkommenssteuerpflichtig beschäftigt ist, bekommt deswegen vom Staat eine einmalige Energiepreispauschale. Nicht aber die 21 Millionen Rentnerinnen und Rentner in Deutschland. Mit ein wenig Aufwand können aber auch sie die 300 Euro beziehen.Deuse, Klauswww.deutschlandfunk.de, VerbrauchertippDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
Die Zürcher Haltestellen sollen auf Dächern und Wänden bepflanzt werden um die Stadt zu kühlen. Das hat die linksgrüne Mehrheit des Zürcher Stadtparlamentes beschlossen. Der Stadtrat muss nun prüfen, wie eine solche Begrünung umgesetzt werden könnte. Weitere Thmene: * Die Stadt Zürich soll schnell vom Gas weg und deshalb aus dem Schweizerischen Gasverband austreten. * SBB wollen Verbindungen streichen zwischen Zürich und Bern, Zürich und Luzern. * 70 Bussen wegen illegalem Parkieren im Eschenbergerwald.
Gas prices continue to rise both locally and nationally. And, for the first time in this nation's history, every single one of our fifty states is averaging over $4 a gallon at the pump. Even worse, JP Morgan is projecting that the national average for a gallon of gas to be $6.20 in just a couple months! How are these prices affecting you, and what changes have you had to make because of it? Support the show: http://www.wbap.com/chris-krok/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gas prices have hit an all time high and the stock market is at an all-time low. Howie talks with listeners about htis and Grace gives us the latest headlines in her news segment.
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Die Europäische Union will weg von Öl und Gas aus Russland. Ein Ölembargo wird gerade unter Dach und Fach gebracht. Außerdem plant die EU-Kommission, ihre Energiepolitik komplett neu auszurichten und alternative Energiequellen zu stärken. Von heute auf morgen aber geht das nicht. Für Verbraucher und Unternehmen hat die Zeitenwende bei der Energie Konsequenzen. Fossile Brennstoffe werden immer teurer und die Alternativen sind nicht sofort verfügbar.
El talón de Aquiles es el gas. ¿Conseguirán Europa y Alemania independizarse del gas ruso? Ya ha empezado la guerra del gas. ¿Cuándo cortará Rusia el suministro de gas a Europa? ¿Podrán Noruega y los Países Bajos compensar la falta de gas ruso?
Project Veritas goes undercover and reveals Twitter's culture of Communism and silencing of those on the right. Gas is up, food shortages span the country, and inflation is sky-high. We have the record to show the Biden administration's failure on every level in preventing, but also causing, these problems. And we give $4,000.00 to Make-A-Wish Alabama courtesy of Buffalo Wild Wings! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Der Bundesrat hat beschlossen den Kaufvertrag für die F-35-Kampfjets bis nächsten Frühling zu unterschreiben, noch vor einer möglichen zweiten Abstimmung über den Kauf. Die Bürgerlichen freut's. Die Linke hingegen ist enttäuscht und sieht demokratische Rechte mit Füssen getreten. Weitere Themen: Der Bundesrat hält grundsätlich an seinen Plänen für einen Rettungsschirm für die Strombranche fest, trotz teils massiver Kritik in der Vernehmlassung. Nur in einigen Punkten will der Bundesrat der Branche entgegenkommen. Bis in sieben Jahren will die EU unabhängig von Erdöl- und Gas aus Russland werden. Gleichzeitig will sie den Co2-Ausstoss massiv reduzieren, um die Klimaziele zu erreichen. Der Plan namens «RePowerEU» ist ambitioniert.
We can rest easy now, our elected officials are considering passing a bill to put the blame on someone else for high fuel prices. We'll be talking about that in this episode of FBTV Podcast. In addition to politics, the FMCSA expands Covid-19 HOS waiver, Mayor Pete (we sure talk about him a lot) declares that they'll do anything to tear down walls to get goods moving, 70 U.S Express employees have been laid off, and why you shouldn't continuously call 9-1-1 because you believe the President should be arrested. Seriously. The topic of this FBTV Podcast is a brokers “do not load” list. What is it? When to add to it? How to get on it? Is it for shippers? Carriers? Both? The FBTV Podcast can now be seen (and heard) on YouTube as a live stream every Saturday morning starting at 9A.M. Central Time. The live stream is available to the public then the topic from that FBTV Podcast will be made available as a stand-alone Freight Broker TV YouTube Video. If you miss the live stream, you can still listen to the FBTV Podcast on your favorite podcast app as soon as it drops (normally within 24 hours). FBTV from TALTOA. If you've been wanting to work as a freight broker or freight broker agent, seeking freight broker training or freight broker agent training, looking for a work at home job... a career? TALTOA! https://taltoa.com. FBTV YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/freightbrokertv
Today's episode is a chat with Heather Killough, SVP of Energy at DTN. Focusing on data, analytics, and associated technologies, DTN manages and analyzes key data and intelligence to enhance operations in a variety of industries. Today we discuss downstream oil and gas, and the many processes that can be overhauled through better data management. Duration: 36m 26s
Summary: Are markets returning back to normal, or are we in the eye of the storm? I sit down and chat with John Rubino about some of the latest happenings in the economy—some pointing to stability, and some alluding to the chaos to ensue. We discuss stablecoins, gas prices, and the most recent shifts in global currencies that present numerous potential outcomes for the markets. Tune in for more expert knowledge. Highlights: -NFTs don't make a lot of sense from an investing standpoint -Stablecoins are versions of Bitcoin; they are an asset that trade on the blockchain, but they represent something else; they were a vehicle for moving money all over the world -One stablecoin blew up that was set up to maintain the value of the stablecoin at one dollar. A lot of Bitcoin was purchased to back it, but then it tanked -The ‘everything bubble' may be bursting; peripheral assets are behaving badly -Think about what you own and how you can invest it; consider your gold and silver as money -Gas prices hit record highs this week all over the country -Taking out a mortgage to bet against the dollar is risky -There is a big diesel shortage in the US; we don't have enough diesel processing power, and can't build new plants -There is a lot more demand for Roubles in the global market, which is strengthening its exchange rate -We will see energy prices spiking and interest rates being raised in Europe Useful Links: Financial Survival Network Dollar Collapse
Does your baby show signs of discomfort after feeding? In this episode, Dr. Carole Keim MD goes over practices to best help your baby through peeing/pooping, gas, colic, and other tummy troubles. If your baby has colic, there are ways to help digestion and alleviate discomfort. Vomiting in infants can be a bad sign; she explains how best to keep your little one hydrated with no treatment for vomiting or diarrhea.Dr. Carole Kiem MD details different conditions your baby may experience within their first year, such as diarrhea, constipation, vomiting, and reflux. Watch out for blood in the diaper; she goes over the potential causes, from stool to urine or even a “false period” in baby girls. Check out this episode for more information about tummy troubles.We will cover: PeePoopPotty training an infantBurpingGasColic - dx and txSpit ups / GERDVomiting - gastroenteritis, pyloric stenosis, no txDiarrhea - tx, when to be concerned, signs of dehydrationConstipationBlood in the diaperPee (0:21)Allow up to 24h for the first void.A few pees for the first few days; by day 3-5, mom's milk surges, and baby voids with each feedVolume is difficult to discern, and the color is sometimes pale - diapers with urine stripes are helpful.Rust-colored urine in the first 2-3 days (uric acid crystals)If a baby less than six mos voids less than 6x per 24h or goes more than four h between voids, they may be dehydrated (nighttime doesn't count!). Babies >6 mos should void at least once per 6h.Poop (2:48)Up to 48h for first stoolMeconium (and what it means if passed in utero)Transitional stoolsYellow seedy stoolsOver the first 4-6 months becomes brown and toothpaste-consistencyFormula-fed babies may have brown, yellow, or green stool; tends to be smellierHydrolyzed formula -> gray stoolsRule of 7'sOnce they eat food, their poop becomes like adult poopPotty training from birth / Elimination communication / Diaper-free method (6:27)Involves reading baby's cues and giving cues when it's time to pottyCan start as early as birth; I recommend around 1-2mos of age after the discoordinate stooling phase.Decide on a phrase and/or hand signal to useBring your baby to the potty (over the sink, potty chair, or toilet adapter)Make a sound to indicate it's time to go (“psss” or grunt)Easy catches: babies who go during diaper changes, right after waking up, after eating, when you see them poopingIt takes several months; ok to wait until later. Toddlers: takes about 6 mos for daytime and another 6-12mos for nighttime.I love it because there are fewer diapers, less discomfort for the baby, less diaper rash, and it is easier than toddlerhood.Burping (12:28)How toWhen to (breastfed, formula-fed)Why? Decreases gas, colic, spit-upsThey can stop when they burp on their own (around 4-6 mos)Gas (14:20)Normal to fart a lot, loudly, and have smelly gasBreastfed babies may get more gas when mom eats cruciferous vegetables, beans, garlic, and caffeineCheck with your doctor before you start eliminating foodsSimethicone - how it works, when to give it, how oftenColic (16:21)Rule of 3s: 3h per day, 3 days per week, for 3 weeksAlmost all babies get some colic symptoms at some point.Tummy TimeBicycle legsBelly massage - clockwiseBack rubs - counterclockwiseMedicines: simethicone, probiotics, gripe water; can consider chamomile, licorice, or mint tea - dilute, 1/2oz per dayAlternative health: chiropractic, acupuncture, ayurveda - I can't formally recommend them, but they are sometimes helpful; choose your practitioner carefully.What doesn't work - is the sensitive tummy formula. No formula will treat colic.Spit ups / GERD (20:47)Reflux = stomach contents go up into the esophagus.GERD = reflux is so bad that the baby has poor weight gain or loses weight, chokes, arches in pain, or has other problemsLESSpit-ups are not forceful.Tx: decrease volume and increase the frequency of feeds (BF vs. formula), burp baby well, anti-reflux formula/breast milk thickeners, add 1 tsp rice cereal to 2oz formula/breastmilk (this is the ONLY time we put rice cereal in a bottle), use gravity, medications such as ranitidine make the stomach produce less acid but don't decrease the volumeCall your doctor if the baby spits up more than half of their food, if they look like they are in pain with spitting up, if they appear to choke, or if it starts to become more frequent and the baby seems hungry after spitting up.Check out healthychildren.org for more info.Vomiting (28:09)Forceful: Involves abdominal muscles and a retching movementProjectile vomiting goes about 2-3 feet, but spit-ups can tooThe baby is upset afterwardAlways a red flagNo treatment other than to keep hydratedDiarrhea (29:48)Hard to tell in newborns/infants because their poop is so soft/liquidIf you're worried, call your doctorStool that is so watery it soaks into the diaperA marked increase over what your baby normally doesMarked increase or “blowout” poops more than twice in a rowA foul odor that was not there before, sometimes with a change of colorFever/blood - go to ER if 6mosNo treatment other than to keep hydratedSigns of dehydration: decreased urine output, fussy/lethargic, dry lips/tongueConstipation (34:11)Infants: the first year of life; does not apply to children >1yr. We will do that episode in a few months.1 mo: discoordinate stoolingAbout 3% of infants get true constipation: hard stools like pellets, pain with BM, and rectal bleeding.Tx: prune juice 0.5-1oz (15-30ml), once or twice per day; water if they are taking solids/purees; consider eliminating dairyBlood in the diaper (39:01)when it's normal: pseudomensesAbnormal: any other time, call your doctor immediately! Urine = kidney problem, stool = infection or allergy. UA/ HemoccultFoods that mimic blood: watermelon, beets, tomatoesI hope this helps you guys know what's within normal range and when to be concerned. Remember: It is ALWAYS ok to call your doctor's office with questions if you're worried. Babies are really different than adults, so it can be hard for new parents to know whether something is serious or not. I wrote the Baby Manual for that reason, and I know parents refer back to it often through the first year of life to check whether they need to be concerned. Resources discussed in this episode:The Baby Manual - Available on Amazonhealthychildren.org--Dr. Carole Keim MD: linktree | tiktok | instagram
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