Today on the show I am talking to founder and Creative Director of And Sons, Phillip James. And Sons is an interesting brand, they have a touch vintage about them, a touch of work wear, but with a modern look. Some of you may know of And Sons through their Great Escape campaign. They made a cut sleeve sweatshirt reminiscent of the one Steve McQueen wore in The Great Escape. There is a special discount code for my audience. TAILORS25 (all caps) TAILORS25 just enter that code at the check out and you'll get an exclusive 25% discount. More show notes over at https://fromtailorswithlove.co.uk/podcasts
We get hunted by Prey and discuss the cancellation of the Batgirl movie plus we also talk Thirteen Lives, Dual, The Great Escape and The Boys: Season 3. 0:00 - Intro: Disney+ Subtitle Debate 19:20 - Review: Prey 1:00:50 - Headlines: WB Cancels Batgirl Movie 1:13:00 - Other Stuff We Watched: The Boys: Season 3, The Great Escape, Thirteen Lives, Dual, Office Space 1:34:30 - This Week on DVD, Blu-ray and VOD 1:37:05 - Outro 1:42:52 - Spoiler Discussion: Prey
We had the pleasure of interviewing Mansionair over Zoom video.GRAMMY-nominated trio Mansionair has smashed any notion of a sophomore slump on their new album: Happiness, Guaranteed. - out now via Glassnote Records. The band explains Happiness, Guaranteed, “is about the cyclical nature of our modern dissatisfaction. It's a brief dive into the frustrations our desires bring in our attempts to reach a level of contentment. Each song explores the pursuit of happiness within our relationships, our work, and our wealth all whilst finding ways to be content with what you have whilst balancing a desire to grow.”Since forming in 2014, Mansionair has notched a slew of accolades that highlight the band's knack for catchy, deeply compelling songwriting. With a GRAMMY Award nomination under their belt for their smash collaboration “Line of Sight” with ODESZA and WYNNE, they've also performed at bucket list festivals from Coachella to The Great Escape while selling out storied venues like New York's Bowery Ballroom in the process. That all goes without mentioning the 270 million streams they've notched across streaming platforms and multiple gold ARIA-accredited tracks in their home country, making waves wherever they set their sights. “Strangers,” their recent collaboration with Dom Dolla went Top 10 on US dance charts.We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com #podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #Mansionair #HappinessGuaranteed #NewMusic #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod
Welcome to the new series of 5-minute podcast episodes called... Perfect Pairings - Events, Food & Wine! Featuring Food & Wine Entertainment expert, Michael Green! Today's Topic - The Great Escape! After a long day on the trade show floor, don't let your team, your customers, or your best prospects settle for a lackluster dinner, or to just head back to their hotel room Plan an after-hours Escape! A memorable event that takes people away to another place Michael shares amazing Tips and options Learn more about Michael Green at https://my.captivate.fm/www.michaelgreen.com (www.michaelgreen.com) Join the Trade Show University email newsletter for weekly tips, tools and expert advice to maximize the ROI for your next trade show or event! Visit https://my.captivate.fm/tradeshowu.biz (tradeshowu.biz) and drop your email on the home page!
So...the story goes that Rick Dalton almost got the Steve McQueen part in The Great Escape. He never had a meeting, never had an audition, but...the rumor is that for a little while he was on a short list with the three Georges. Peppard, Maharis, and Chakiris. Let's explore these guys and see what makes them so damn special. Part is is a deep dive on George Peppard...or at least it starts that way. We end up talking about Better Call Saul and menstruation, booze, Lena Dunham, Hulk Hogan, swingers, why I love "One Day At A Time, and cool movie posters. But trust me, it all ties in with our Season One theme "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood".
Hugs, the Golden Retriever, loves his master, Cleola. He is loyal and loving and would never do anything to hurt Cleola, until one day his curiosity gets the best of him. As he and Cleola are walking at the beach, he spots a new, silly-looking creature and just HAS to find out what it is. When Hugs' friends offer to help, Hugs' great escape begins. Will he find the creature? Or find himself in trouble? And will Cleola ever forgive him? Join us as we find out and learn from Luke 15 about how God pursues those of us who have run away from Him. Music/sounds from www.pixabay.com and Free SFX. Learn more about Ms. Adventure's Treehouse at https://www.podpage.com/ms-adventures-treehouse/, join our Facebookcommunity, or connect with Charity at firstname.lastname@example.org.
El lunes en #GritoPrimal Programa 21, tendremos un gran especial de "Las Bandas Que No Conoce Nadie" recordando a los holandeses de ZINATRA y su gran disco "The Great Escape" de 1990. Imperdible! La casa del Hard 'N' Heavy cada lunes a las 10, 17 y 23 Hrs y repetición los sábados a las 12 Hrs, sólo aquí en 'Grito Primal' de Rockaxis! - Podcast en iTunes, Apple Music, Google Podcast y Spotify.
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Rob Gilbert and Michael Edgley are joined by The Roar's Mike Tuckerman to assess the worthiness or otherwise of the Winter Festival of Football; how can the feel-good nature of global giants touring be better harnessed into benefit for the local game? Following Roman Abramovic's seismic departure from Chelsea, new owner Todd Boehly has announced his reign with the signings of Raheem Sterling and Kalidou Koulibaly in recent weeks - The Athletic's Liam Twomey returns to assess what is in store under his leadership.Willem van Denderen covers Aaron Mooy's move to Celtic and the Young Matildas' build up to the Under 20 Women's World Cup, while Derek Dyson reflects on the Lionesses' great escape at the women's Euros, and all the big European transfers of the week. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
La Grande Évasion (The Great Escape) de John Sturges, sorti en 1963, est une histoire de guerre, de courage, dʹaudace, dʹingéniosité, de camaraderie, de débrouillardise, dʹimagination. C'est un film dʹaction drôle, au rythme soutenu, ancré dans la réalité du terrain et de la guerre. Le qualificatif "basé sur une histoire vraie" fera beaucoup pour la popularité du film...
Moses expected to be summoned to Pharaoh the night all the firstborn in Egypt were killed. He found a broken totally humbled Pharaoh who ordered them to depart with all they owned, loading them with riches beyond measure, telling them to depart immediately. Over two million people marched out of Egypt singing of God's greatness. They carried Joseph's bones with them as they began their long journey back to the promised land they had left 430 years earlier.
Richard Clapton began his recording career in 1974. Australia was still in the vice-like grip of the cultural cringe. He plunged into the “deep water” and legends like Skyhooks and Paul Kelly, Cold Chisel, INXS, Midnight Oil, and hundreds of others, followed in his wake. Clapton's songs are still omnipresent on the radio to this day, his records charting the political landscape of the nation and the turbulent lives of two generations. Clapton grew up in Sydney in the 1960s before hopping a plane for London, and then later to Germany, where he wrote a first album, Prussian Blue (1973) which was one of the first major Australian “singer-songwriter” albums. Fast track to 1975, Clapton had the critics on side but his label at the time, Festival Records, insisted on a hit single. However, it was the song they picked as a B-side called “Girls On the Avenue” that reached #1 on the national charts and put Clapton at the top of his class. Like Americans Jackson Browne and Bruce Springsteen, Richard Clapton developed a sound based on melodic rock while his lyrics were poetic musings on his state of mind or the state of the nation. In 1980 he released the searing Dark Spaces, an indictment on the meanness and mendacity that would blow through the 1980s. Ten years after his first release, Richard Clapton was a tribal elder to whom younger artists like Jimmy Barnes, INXS and Cold Chisel turned as a mentor. INXS asked Clapton to produce their second album, Underneath the Colours, and they became firm friends. They, and Cold Chisel, returned the favour on Clapton's The Great Escape album with INXS drummer Jon Farriss going on to produce The Glory Road album. Few records of that time captured the roller coaster ride of the late 1980s as well as Glory Road. These albums brought Clapton's melodic gifts and his love of electric rock & roll into lockstep. In the 1990s Richard continued to write and record and tour and his 1990s songs reflect a hard-won maturity. Indeed, Richard counts 2003's Diamond Mine as amongst his best albums – and the critics unanimously agreed. In 1999 Richard Clapton was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame. In 2014, his first memoir “The Best Years of Our Lives” was published by Allen and Unwin. The book connected with people of all generations because it was not only a story of Clapton's journey, but it also documented the story of the lives of thousands of fans who had travelled the same road. Young people – fascinated by how it was “back in the day” also became a new generation of fans. The book continues to flourish through “word of mouth”, resonating with so many people in so many ways Richard Clapton has never been rich. He has never had the pleasure of passing through life in a luxurious rock star bubble. In a career that now spans over 40 years he has battled everything from bad managers and capricious record companies to debt, taxes, personal tragedy and a thousand room service dinners. The fact that he's come through it all with his sanity intact surprises all who know and love him.
Join us for a continued discussion on the hope and freedom we have in Jesus.We will also have a roundtable discussion on the Bible, world events that may pertain to bible prophecy and the glorious appearing of our Lord and Savior, Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah.And to wait for his Son from heaven, whom he raised from the dead, even Jesus, which delivered us from the wrath to come.-1 Thessalonians 1:10UpTime Community is a webcast that covers teachings and unique perspectives on end time events.Sign-up for updates and extra content that won't be posted on YouTube: https://forms.gle/vQTPMs3kCt5X5Za88
Video: 1. Jonathan Pie: The World's End 2. New Rule: OK, Zoomer | Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO) 3. Forget the Great Reset. Embrace the Great Escape. – Zach Weissmueller of ReasonTV (8:20 4. An Imminent Threat from Artificial Intelligence | Aidan Gomez | TEDxOxford Study finds people who practice intermittent fasting experience less severe complications from COVID-19 Intermountain Healthcare, July 7, 2022 Intermittent fasting has previously shown to have a host of health benefits, including lowering the risk of diabetes and heart disease. Now, researchers from Intermountain Healthcare have found that people who regularly fast are less like to experience severe complications from COVID-19. In a new study published this week in BMJ Nutrition, Prevention & Health, Intermountain researchers found that COVID-19 patients who practiced regular water-only intermittent fasting had lower risk of hospitalization or dying due to the virus than patients who did not. “Intermittent fasting has already shown to lower inflammation and improve cardiovascular health. In this study, we're finding additional benefits when it comes to battling an infection of COVID-19 in patients who have been fasting for decades,” said Benjamin Horne, Ph.D., director of cardiovascular and genetic epidemiology at Intermountain Healthcare. They identified 205 patients who had tested positive for the virus. Of those, 73 said they regularly fasted at least once a month. Researchers found that those who practiced regular fasting had a lower rate of hospitalization or death due to coronavirus. “Intermittent fasting was not associated with whether or not someone tested positive COVID-19, but it was associated with lower severity once patients had tested positive for it,” Dr. Horne said. Fasting reduces inflammation, especially since hyperinflammation is associated with poor COVID-19 outcomes. In addition, after 12 to 14 hours of fasting, the body switches from using glucose in the blood to ketones, including linoleic acid. “There's a pocket on the surface of SARS-CoV-2 that linoleic acid fits into—and can make the virus less able to attach to other cells,” he said. Low CoQ10 levels linked with neurodegeneration: Study University of Tokyo , July 4, 2022 Researchers have found low levels of CoQ10 in people with multiple system atrophy, and suggested supplementation could help. The study , published in JAMA Neurology, shows a link between low levels of blood coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) and patients with multiple system atrophy (MSA). The data backs recent hypotheses that CoQ10 deficiency could be linked with development of the neurodegenerative disorder, and that supplementation could be beneficial for MSA sufferers, the team said. The study included 44 Japanese patients with MSA (average age of 64) and 39 Japanese control patients (average age 60). CoQ10 has properties similar to vitamins, but since it is naturally synthesized in the body it is not classed as such. With chemical structure 2,3-dimethoxy-5-methyl-6-decaprenyl-1,4-benzoquinone, it is also known as ubiquinone because of its ‘ubiquitous' distribution throughout the human body. The coenzyme is concentrated in the mitochondria – the ‘power plants' of the cell – and plays a vital role in the production of chemical energy by participating in the production of adenosince triphosphate (ATP), the body's co-called ‘energy currency'. A role beyond the mitochondria is also acknowledged, with CoQ10 acting as a potent antioxidant. The coenzyme plays an important role in preserving levels of vitamin E and vitamin C. They found plasma levels of CoQ10 were significantly lower in MSA patients, regardless of age, sex and Coenzyme Q2, polyprenyltransferase (COQ2) genotype. COQ2 is a protein coding gene which plays a part in the biosynthesis of CoQ10, Dr Tsuji explained. Gardening can cultivate better mental health University of Florida, July 6, 2022 Many longtime gardeners will tell you that the garden is their happy place. New research suggests that many people may indeed reap mental health benefits from working with plants — even if they've never gardened before. In a study published in the journal “PLOS ONE,” University of Florida scientists found that gardening activities lowered stress, anxiety and depression in healthy women who attended twice-weekly gardening classes. None of study participants had gardened before. Our study shows that healthy people can also experience a boost in mental wellbeing through gardening,” said Charles Guy, principal investigator on the study and a professor emeritus in the UF/IFAS environmental horticulture department. Thirty-two women between the ages of 26 and 49 completed the study. All were in good health, which for this experiment meant screening for factors such as chronic health conditions, tobacco use and drug abuse, and having been prescribed medications for anxiety or depression. Half of the participants were assigned to gardening sessions, while the other half were assigned to art-making sessions. Both groups met twice a week for a total eight times. The art group served as a point of comparison with the gardening group. “Both gardening and art activities involve learning, planning, creativity and physical movement, and they are both used therapeutically in medical settings. This makes them more comparable, scientifically speaking, than, for example, gardening and bowling or gardening and reading,” Guy explained. Given the relatively small number of participants and the length of the study, the researchers were still able to demonstrate evidence of what medical clinicians would call the dosage effects of gardening — that is, how much gardening someone has to do to see improvements in mental health. Vitamin B3 reduces the risk of skin cancer University of Sydney, July 5, 2022 Research published in the New England Journal of Medicine offers new hope to those at high risk of developing the most common types of skin cancer. The study found that a form of vitamin B3 significantly decreased the chance of high-risk patients developing non-melanoma skin cancer. Nicotinamide, the active form of vitamin B3, was found to reduce the rate of non-melanoma skin cancer by 23 percent. Commonly available in over-the-counter supplements, it has been found to be very well tolerated without unfavorable side effects. 12-month study points to reduced skin cancer risk with vitamin B3 Lab and animal studies have already shown nicotinamide to hold promise in preventing skin cancers, particularly the most common, non-melanoma variety that are the subject of this latest human study. But even though it was suspected that taking vitamin B3 could reduce skin cancer risk, the results were surprisingly dramatic. The 12-month study involved 386 healthy subjects, all with a history of at least two non-melanoma skin cancers over the past five years, making them at risk for further skin cancers. Subjects were assigned to one of two groups: one receiving 500 mg of nicotinamide twice-daily and the other receiving only a placebo. After 12 months, the rate of new non-melanoma skin cancers was reduced by 23 percent in those receiving the nicotinamide supplement compared to subjects receiving the placebo. It is unusual for a single, natural change to have such a significant impact. An Avocado A Day Helps Keep Bad Cholesterol At Bay Penn State University, July 7, 2022 An avocado a day helps keep bad cholesterol away, a new study reveals. Researchers from Penn State have found that eating an avocado daily for six months decreased unhealthy cholesterol levels. The “healthy” fats in avocados also had no negative effect on a person's belly fat or waist circumference, though it didn't lead to any weight loss either. Previous studies have pointed to the benefits of eating avocados for losing weight, but the current study is the largest to date that looks at multiple health effects of avocados. “While the avocados did not affect belly fat or weight gain, the study still provides evidence that avocados can be a beneficial addition to a well-balanced diet,” says Penny Kris-Etherton, an Evan Pugh University Professor of Nutritional Sciences at Penn State, in a university release. “Incorporating an avocado per day in this study did not cause weight gain and also caused a slight decrease in LDL cholesterol, which are all important findings for better health.” Doing good deeds helps socially anxious people relax Simon Fraser University (Canada) July 1, 2022 Being busy with acts of kindness can help people who suffer from social anxiety to mingle more easily. This is the opinion of Canadian researchers Jennifer Trew of Simon Fraser University and Lynn Alden of the University of British Columbia, in a study published in Springer's journal Motivation and Emotion. Sufferers from social anxiety are more than just a little shy. Dealings with others might make them feel so threatened or anxious that they often actively avoid socializing. Although this protects them from angst and possible embarrassment, they lose out on the support and intimacy gained from having relationships with others. They have fewer friends, feel insecure when interacting with others, and often do not experience emotional intimacy even in close relationships. Performing acts of kindness to the benefit of others is known to increase happiness and may lead to positive interactions and perceptions of the world at large. The present study investigated if, over time, the pro-social nature of kindness changes the level of anxiety that socially anxious people experienced while interacting with others, and helped them to engage more easily. It extends previous findings by Alden and Trew about the value that doing good deeds holds to socially anxious people. Undergraduate students who experience high levels of social anxiety were enrolled in the study. The 115 participants were randomly assigned into three groups for the four-week intervention period. One group performed acts of kindness, such as doing a roommate's dishes, mowing a neighbour's lawn, or donating to a charity. The second group was only exposed to social interactions and was not asked to engage in such deeds, while the third group participated in no specific intervention and simply recorded what happened each day. A greater overall reduction in patients' desire to avoid social situations was found among the group who actively lent a helping hand. The findings therefore support the value of acts of kindness as an avoidance reduction strategy. It helps to counter feelings of possible rejection and temporary levels of anxiety and distress. It also does so faster than was the case for the participants who were merely exposed to social interactions without engaging in good deeds.
"Never give up. Never give in. Never surrender." - Sean SullivanEPISODE OVERVIEW: Can you imagine sending your autistic son to a boarding school where you trust he is going to receive the best care, and come to find out he was raped? Then, to make matters worse, the next boarding school you send him to holds him hostage for over a year and a half, makes him sleep outside like an animal, and torments him everyday? Today's guest can not only imagine what it's like, but lived it. Watch or listen now to hear this inspiring story of personal endurance, steadfastness, and love. And how he escaped these terrible people in a Kayak, raised bus fare to go home, and finally was reunited with his biological parents. Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to the Sean Sullivan story!GUEST BIO: Sean was born with severe autism, and it was thought that he would never be independent, self-aware, or ever have an IQ higher than 30!! But he worked excessively hard to beat the odds and to be the founder of I Know Autism Foundation, it's director of marketing and fundraising!Currently Sean is writing a book on his experiences at the Crater Lake School in Oregon. Here are a couple of articles online that talk about it:https://www.strugglingteens.com/archives/1997/8/np01.htmlhttps://www.seattlepi.com/local/article/Crater-Lake-School-will-close-1133634.phpAs well as my trip from an unnamed boarding school to California starting out with not even a penny!! EPISODE PROUDLY SPONSORED BY: Ascend 2 Glory: Sales & Marketing Video GuideHanging Out with David Pasqualone & Friends Podcast SHOW NOTES, GUEST CONTACT INFO, SPECIAL OFFERS, & OTHER RESOURCES MENTIONED:Guest Contact Info:https://iknowautism.orghttps://www.facebook.com/IKNOWAUTISM.org/https://www.linkedin.com/in/iknowautism/https://www.alignable.com/santa-ana-ca/i-know-autism EPISODE CORE THEMES, KEYWORDS, & MENTIONS:Autism, sexual abuse, medical malpractice, boarding school, rape, molestation, Red Cross, disabilities, mental health challenges HOW TO SUPPORT THE REMARKABLE PEOPLE PODCAST:Share the Podcast or specific episodes with your family, friends, and co-workersSubscribe, Rate, & Review us on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or your favorite Podcast PlayerSponsor an Episode or Donate what you can financially to help us continue to bring great content that inspires you and people like you around the world! HAVE A QUESTION?Click Here to Connect with David THE NOT-SO-FINE-PRINT DISCLAIMER: While we are very thankful for all of our guests, please understand that we do not necessarily hold or endorse the same beliefs, views, and positions that they may have. We respectfully agree to disagree in some areas, and thank God for the blessing and privilege of free will.Support the show
Videos: 1. Forget the Great Reset. Embrace the Great Escape. – Zach Weissmueller of ReasonTV (8:20) 2. Whoopsie: The FDA Green-Lighted the Moderna Jab for Babies After Losing the Placebo Group – Del Bigtree of the The Highwire (20:00) 3. BOMBSHELL: Dr. Clare Craig Exposes How Pfizer Twisted Their Clinical Trial Data for Young Children Greater folate and vitamin B6 intake linked to lower risk of mortality during 9.8-year period Zhengzhou University (China), July 6 2022. A study published in Nutrients revealed a decreased risk of death during a median period of 9.8 years among men and women with a greater intake of vitamin B6 and the B vitamin folate compared to those whose intake was lower. The investigation included 55,569 participants enrolled in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) and eight cycles of the continuous NHANES that occurred between 1999 and 2014. Dietary recall interview responses were analyzed for the intake of folate, vitamin B6 and vitamin B12. Men whose intake of folate was among the top 25% of individuals in the study had a 23% lower risk of death from any cause, a 41% lower risk of cardiovascular disease mortality and a 32% lower risk of cancer mortality during follow-up than those whose intake was among the lowest 25%. Among women in the top 25%, the risks of all-cause and cardiovascular mortality were 14% and 47% lower. For men whose intake of vitamin B6 was among the highest 25% of those included in the study, the risk of all-cause mortality was 21% lower, cardiovascular disease mortality was 31% lower and cancer mortality was 27% lower compared to individuals whose intake was lowest. The risk of mortality among women whose vitamin B6 intake was among the top 25% was 12% lower than those whose intake was among the lowest 25% and their risk of dying from cardiovascular disease was 44% lower. To shed weight, go vegan E-Da Hospital (Taiwan), June 30, 2022 People on a vegetarian diet, and especially those following a vegan one that includes no animal products, see better results than dieters on other weight-reducing plans. In fact, they can lose around two kilograms more on the short term, says Ru-Yi Huang of E-Da Hospital in Taiwan after reviewing the results of twelve diet trials. Huang's review includes twelve randomized controlled trials, involving 1,151 dieters who followed a specific eating regime for between nine and 74 weeks. Overall, individuals assigned to the vegetarian diet groups lost significantly more weight (around 2.02 kilograms) than dieters who ate meat and other animal products. Vegetarians who followed a vegan diet lost even more weight. Comparatively, they lost around 2.52 kilograms more than non-vegetarian dieters. Vegetarians who do consume dairy products and eggs lost around 1.48 kilograms more than those on a non-vegetarian diet. People following vegetarian diets that prescribe a lower than normal intake of calories (so-called energy restriction) also shed more kilograms than those without any such limitations being placed on their eating habits. According to Huang, the abundant intake of whole grains, fruits and vegetables might play a role in the favorable results seen in vegetarian diets. Whole-grain products and vegetables generally have low glycemic index values and don't cause blood sugar levels to spike. Fruits are rich in fiber, antioxidants, minerals and protective chemicals that naturally occur in plants. Whole-grain products contain soluble fiber. Such so-called good fiber helps to delay the speed by which food leaves the stomach and ensures good digestion. It also allows enough nutrients to be absorbed while food moves through the intestines. Social interactions tied to sense of purpose for older adults Washington University in St. Louis, July 6, 2022 Having positive social interactions is associated with older adults' sense of purposefulness, which can fluctuate from day to day, according to research from the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis. And although these findings, published in the American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, apply to both working and retired adults, the research found that for better and for worse these interactions are more strongly correlated to purposefulness in people who are retired. The research team worked with a group of some 100 adults with an average age of about 71. For 15 days, participants were asked three times daily about the quality of the social interactions they'd had that day. After analyzing the responses, they found—relative to each person's own baseline—the more positive interactions a person had during the day, the more purposeful they reported feeling in the evening. Other measures, including employment and relationship status, did not predict a person's sense of purpose. Of note, Pfund said, the study also showed how dynamic a person's own sense of purpose could be. Although some people do tend to be generally more or less purposeful overall, Pfund said, “We found purpose can change from day to day. Everyone was experiencing fluctuations relative to their own averages.” The association was much stronger in retired people, the data showed: more positive social interactions showed a stronger association with a higher sense of purpose while more negative interactions were more strongly tied to a lower sense of purpose. Resveratrol may prevent sedentary lifestyle effects University of Strasbourg (France), July 01, 2022 An article published in the FASEB Journal reveals yet another benefit for resveratrol, a polyphenol found in red wine and grapes. The current research suggests that resveratrol could help protect against the adverse effects of weightlessness during space flight as well as those caused by a sedentary lifestyle, which has been linked to cardiovascular disease, obesity and other health conditions. “Long-term spaceflight induces hypokinesia and hypodynamia, which, along microgravity per se, result in a number of significant physiological alterations, such as muscle atrophy, force reduction, insulin resistance, substrate use shift from fats to carbohydrates, and bone loss. “Each of these adaptations could turn to serious health deterioration during the long-term spaceflight needed for planetary exploration.” The research team tested the effects of resveratrol in rats undergoing simulated weightlessness. While animals that did not receive resveratrol experienced a reduction in soleus muscle mass and strength, bone mineral density and resistance to breakage, as well as the development of insulin resistance, treatment with resveratrol protected against these conditions. “There are overwhelming data showing that the human body needs physical activity, but for some of us, getting that activity isn't easy,” commented FASEB Journal Editor-in-Chief Gerald Weissmann, MD. “A low gravity environment makes it nearly impossible for astronauts. For the earthbound, barriers to physical activity are equally challenging, whether they be disease, injury, or a desk job. Resveratrol may not be a substitute for exercise, but it could slow deterioration until someone can get moving again.” Why does acupuncture work? Study finds it elevates nitric oxide, leading to pain reduction LA BioMed, June 29, 2022 The use of acupuncture to treat pain dates back to the earliest recorded history in China. Despite centuries of acupuncture, it's still not clear why this method of applying and stimulating tiny needles at certain points on the body can relieve pain. A new study from LA BioMed researchers offers some answers for why acupuncture may help and why clinical trials have produced mixed results. The researchers found the proper use of acupuncture (with the reinforcement method or coupled with heat, which is often used in acupuncture treatments) can lead to elevated levels of nitric oxide in the skin at the “acupoints” where the needles were inserted and manipulated. They noted that nitric oxide increases blood flow and encourages the release of analgesic or sensitizing substances, which causes the skin to feel warmer and contributes to the beneficial effects of the therapies.For the latest study, the LA BioMed researchers used a low force and rate/reinforcement method of acupuncture. They gently inserted acupuncture needles into the skin of 25 men and women, aged 18-60 years, and delicately twisted the needles for two minutes or until they achieved a sensation of “de qi” (soreness, numbness, distension or pain). They then manipulated the needles using gentle amplitude and moderate speed for two minutes every five minutes for a total of 20 minutes.They also applied electrical heat for 20 minutes and found elevated levels of nitric oxide at the acupoints. To further validate their findings, they conducted the test with high-frequency and force, which is known as a reduction method, and found nitric oxide levels over the areas of the skin region were reduced. Thyroid problems linked to increased risk of dementia Brown University, July 6, 2022 Older people with hypothyroidism, also called underactive thyroid, may be at increased risk of developing dementia, according to a study published in the online issue of Neurology. The risk of developing dementia was even higher for people whose thyroid condition required thyroid hormone replacement medication. “In some cases, thyroid disorders have been associated with dementia symptoms that can be reversible with treatment,” said study author Chien-Hsiang Weng, MD, MPH, of Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. For the study, researchers looked at the health records of 7,843 people newly diagnosed with dementia in Taiwan and compared them to the same number of people who did not have dementia. Their average age was 75. Researchers looked to see who had a history of either hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism. A total of 102 people had hypothyroidism and 133 had hyperthyroidism. The researchers found no link between hyperthyroidism and dementia. Of the people with dementia, 68 people, or 0.9%, had hypothyroidism, compared to 34 of the people without dementia, or 0.4%. When researchers adjusted for other factors that could affect the risk of dementia, such as sex, age, high blood pressureand diabetes, they found that people over age 65 with hypothyroidism were 80% more likely to develop dementia than people the same age who did not have thyroid problems. For people younger than 65, having a history of hypothyroidism was not associated with an increased risk of dementia. When researchers looked only at people who took medication for hypothyroidism, they found they were three times more likely to develop dementia than those who did not take medication. “One explanation for this could be that these people are more likely to experience greater symptoms from hypothyroidism where treatment was needed,” Weng said.
Content note: A generalized discussion of the Highland Park shooting on the 4th of July. No details of the shooting—mostly details about Highland Park.Dan and Maureen have fled their respective cities. Dan is checking in from a woodland idyl, while Maureen reports from outside of Philadelphia. Both spent the Fourth of July avoiding fireworks. But because this is America, the Fourth of July was marked by violence. Because Dan knows Highland Park well, this week's discussion turned to hometowns, living in America, and what comes after.Also, no one likes fireworks, right?This one's about taking good care of yourself and each other, SayWhovia. Come sit on the picnic blanket with us.
As always, this Thursday it's The Great EscAPE! Podcast back again like a renegade master! Doing your weekly #Ape #DD in a beautiful, humorous 60 minutes! Lot's to chat about (unlike last week!) and we're looking forward to it! Join us at 8.30pm BST/3.30pm EST! Remember to like, share, and subscribe folks! It really does help the cast reach other Apes and provide support knowing there are others out there who feel and think the way they do! https://www.podcastape.com https://www.twitter.com/thegreatescpod https://www.instagram.com/thegreatescapepodcast https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGiiYMyN1JYrgDN6rITEONg https://www.facebook.com/The-Great-Escape-Podcast-110187538388340 #Podcast #Apes #Stonks #Stocks #Investments #Investment #AMC #GME #Whisky #MOASS #Gamestop #AMCTheaters #ApesTogetherStrong #HODL #Whiskey #GMErica #GMESqueeze #AMCSqueeze #ApesNeverLeaving #Beer #RyanCohen #AdamArron #ToTheMoon #ApePodcast #StonksPodcast #InvestmentPodcast #WeLoveTheStock #StocksNews #StonksNews #InvestmentNews #MarketNews #Wine #Crime #Lies #KenGriffinLied #Citadel #Live #LiveShow #LiveStream #FinanceLiveStream #StonksLiveStream #Ape #MOASS2022 #Streaming #Crypto #DD #cryptocrash #stockmarketcrash HELP ME CROWDFUND MY GAMESTOP BOOK. Go to https://wen-moon.com to join the crowdfunding campaign and pre-order To The Moon: The GameStop Saga! If you haven't already and you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to this podcast and our mailing list, and don't forget, my book, Brexit: The Establishment Civil War, is now out, you'll find the links in the description below. You can listen to the show on Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/5AYWZh12d92D4PDASG4McB?si=5835f2cf172d47cd&nd=1 Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/chatter/id1273192590 Google Podcasts - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5wb2RpYW50LmNvL2NoYXR0ZXIvcnNzLnhtbA And all major podcast platforms. Watch Us On Odysee.com - https://odysee.com/$/invite/@TheJist:4 Sign up and watch videos to earn crypto-currency! Buy Brexit: The Establishment Civil War - https://amzn.to/39XXVjq Mailing List - https://www.getrevue.co/profile/thejist Twitter - https://twitter.com/Give_Me_TheJist Website - https://thejist.co.uk/ Music from Just Jim – https://soundcloud.com/justjim
Today, Debbie talks to writer and novelist Hilma Wolitzer, age 92. She's just published a new book of short stories titled "Today a Woman Went Mad in the Supermarket." So yes, this is someone who is "making the most of growing older."Hilma's stories of sharply observed domestic life were published in the Saturday Evening Post and Esquire in the 1960s and 1970s. She has taught writing at the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference, the Iowa Writers' Workshop, NYU, and Columbia. She's also the author of nine novels and the recipient of national awards and fellowships.Her husband of almost 70 years died of COVID in the first months of the pandemic. It was as if he vanished, she told Debbie.She and her husband Morty both got Covid in April of 2020. They were taken to separate hospitals in New York City.She never got to say good-bye.He died two days before she was released from the hospital and went home to her apartment.As she tells Debbie on the podcast:"There were his slippers next to the bed. There was a pair of his drugstore eyeglasses. He seemed to have vanished and that was the sense I tried to depict in (the final) story (of her new book). Disappearance rather than dying." She was encouraged to write through her grief, and to write this story and add it to a new collection, by her daughters: New York Times bestselling novelist Meg Wolitzer and artist Nancy Wolitzer.She titled the new story, "The Great Escape." It is as diamond sharp and perfect - and funny - as her earlier writing. There's even sex. Hilma tells it all in this conversation:What her writing process isWhy she writes about ordinary domestic lifeWhy and how she wrote through griefWhat it was like, over 50 years ago, to be a woman and a writer and not be taken seriously Mentioned in this episode or useful:HilmaWolitzer.comWikipediaTwitterThe Great Escape is Hilma‘s final short story in her new collection, Today a Woman Went Mad in the Supermarket (Bloomsbury Publishing; 2021)Hilma is mentioned in the first sentence: One Million (New York Times, May 13, 2022)Hilma's daughter Nancy WolitzerHilma's daughter Meg WolitzerHow Hilma Wolitzer Came Back From Covid Tragedy To Publish Her First Book In 8 Years—At The Age Of 91 (Forbes, Oct 22, 2021)Author Hilma Wolitzer lost her husband to COVID-19. So at 91, she wrote a story about it (LA Times, Aug. 26, 2021)Iris MurdochMaxine Kumin Note from DebbieIf you've been enjoying the podcast, please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts. It takes less than two minutes and it really makes a difference. It makes me feel loved and it also attracts new listeners.Subscribe to my newsletter and get my free writing guide: https://bitly.com/debbie-free-guide. Connect with me:Website: debbieweil.comTwitter: @debbieweilInstagram: @debbieweilFacebook: @debbieweilLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/debbieweilBlog: Gap Year After SixtyEmail: email@example.comDebbie We are looking for a sponsor or a podcast networkIf you are interested in reaching a smart and thoughtful audience of midlife, and older, listeners, contact Debbie Weil. Media PartnersNext For MeEncore.orgMEA Support this podcast:Leave a review on Apple Podcasts: it will help us find a sponsor! If you are interested, contact Debbie WeilSubscribe via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher or SpotifyCredits:Host: Debbie WeilProducer: Far Out MediaPodcast websiteMusic: Lakeside Path by Duck Lake
Dive into this episode to see how Famous Fork is doing and how Serious Spoon is handling living with the only spoon left- Silly Spoon, who seems to have lost his mind..... Enjoy! Don't forget to follow this podcast on the Facebook Group Page: Rising From the Ashes https://www.facebook.com/groups/349327189688810
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Brendan Foley *Award Winning Writer, Director & Showrunner. Pt. 2. Check out his fantastic TV show Cold Courage! Debut directorial multi festival winner indie film "Johnny Was" with Vinnie Jones, Lennox Lewis Heavy weight Boxer Champion and Roger Daltrey the lead singer from The Who. It is about Irish and West Indian characters in 1980s London. Brendan serves as an International Juror for the Emmy Awards! Brendan's crime mystery film The Riddle stars the extraordinary actors Derek Jacobi and Vanessa Redgrave. Brendan's books include Random House Amazon UK Top Ten bestseller Under the Wire, about WWII's Great Escape. Brendan was previously a multi-award-winning freelance features journalist, working in 77 countries. He likes people, cats and commas! Thank you for listening and supporting the podcast :) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sneakies or https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/anonymouscontent, https://enchantedbooks.godaddysites.com/ Other awesome podcasts: Girl's Guide To Investing, Enchanting Book Readings (Top 1%), Thrilling Stories and "Ghostly Stories & Strange Things." Please Subscribe to our YouTube:) https://www.youtube.com/user/Fellinijr/videos Subscribe & Support ;) https://tinyurl.com/5h6xkwp9 Zombie Diaries: https://youtu.be/tBmgi3k6r9A Buy our books :) Young Adult wizard book series: "Margaret Merlin's Journal" by A. A. Banks at Amazon! :) Margaret Merlin's Journal ~The Battle of the Black Witch ~Book I https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Battle-Black-ebook/dp/B01634G3CK Margaret Merlin's Journal ~ Unleashing the Dark One ~Book II Science fiction action adventure https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Unleashing-Dark-ebook/dp/B01J78YH6I Margaret Merlin's Journal ~ The Mask of the Parallel World ~Book III An Adventure in Italy https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Parallel-World-ebook/dp/B01KUGIZ8W/ Margaret Merlin's Journal ~The Quest for the Golden Key ~Book IV https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Quest-Golden-ebook/dp/B076FTTDQN Children's Books at Amazon: Jack the Bear and Golden Hair by Sir Herbert Sneakies Skip Boots Big Safari Adventure by Sir Herbert Sneakies Adventures of Mooch the Pooch by Sir Herbert Sneakies Blueber Goober the Monster In My Closet! by Sir Herbert Sneakies https://www.instagram.com/margaretmerlinsjournal/ TikTok: Sneakies Instagram: marylinartist If you would like to be a guest on the show email: jobsmh(@)live.com If you would like to sponsor the show email: mystuffmah(@)gmail.com Thank you for listening. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/filmaddicts/support
A new MP3 sermon from Hope For The Heart is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Great Escape Subtitle: Book of Revelation Speaker: Pastor William Rogers Broadcaster: Hope For The Heart Event: Podcast Date: 6/24/2022 Bible: Revelation 12:15-17 Length: 34 min.
We had the pleasure of interviewing Bailey Tomkinson over Zoom video.St. Ives-based singer and songwriter Bailey Tomkinson recently released her highly-anticipated EP Califonia Fire. Returning with the warming track "Deja Vu". The woozy americana-toned single effuses elegance with its charming instrumentation and softly sung lyricism reared deep from Bailey's evocative emotions. Unravelling a melancholic, almost lullaby-like chorus, "Deja Vu" gifts us with a hazy concoction of shimmering guitars, soothing drums and gentle harmonies - a combination of pure bliss. Mixed by John Cornfield (Oasis, Muse) and produced by Gareth Young (Sugababes), "Deja Vu" shares the impressive strength of Bailey's heartfelt songwriting whilst also showcasing an artist confident in her musicality. First making headlines in 2020 when she beat both Dua Lipa and The Pussycat Dolls to the #1 spot on the iTunes video charts despite being an unsigned artist, Bailey has since been featured in The Daily Mail, The Times, Cornwall Live, The Financial Times, The Independent, BBC Radio 4 and more for her 2021 single "Bright Red". Criticising a local hotel for the destruction of coastal headland for G7 meeting space - something which recently saw an appeal work in her favour - Bailey's passion for the environment and protecting her homeland resonated with those who backed her single to reach #1 in the iTunes singer/songwriter charts. Bailey has already announced that she'll be playing a variety of festivals this summer including The Great Escape, Wilderness, Spring Classic, Rock Oyster and Altitude. Bailey's forthcoming EP California Fire is out now. We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #BaileyTomkinson #californiafire #NewMusic #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod
CONTENT On this episode we discuss 148 (Meiktila) Commando Forward Observation Battery Royal Artillery between the early 1960s and the Falklands War in 1982. The unit is specially qualified in calling artillery, naval gunfire and airstrikes to support 3 Commando Brigade Royal Marines and UK Special Forces. They are experts in covert insertion, patrols behind enemy lines, concealment, encrypted communications and battle damage assessment in all environments. Members of 148 Battery took part in operations in the Malay Peninsula 1963-66, Borneo 1963-66, the Radfan in 1964 and in Aden at various times between 1960 and 1967. It was scheduled for disbandment when Argentina invaded the Falkland Islands in April 1982 but its performance during the war essentially stopped this in its tracks. GUEST Our guest is Brum Richards who served the majority of his military career in 148 whose naval gunfire role can be traced back to The Combined Operations Bombardment Units (COBUs) that provided fire direction for ships in shore bombardment in World War 2. Brums experiences as a Commando Gunner were quite unique encompassing the withdrawal from empire in the 60s and closing with the Operation CORPORATE the name given to the operation to retake the Falklands islands. This is the first of two podcasts with the second on 148 Battery operations in the Falklands. DESERT ISLAND DITS On Desert Island dits Brum's book choice is The Times Complete History of the World by Richard Overy. His film choice is The Great Escape. The teams book choice this episode are Brothers in Arms: One Legendary Tank Regiment's Bloody War from D-Day to VE-Day by James Holland and Red Storm Rising by Tom Clancy. SOCIAL MEDIA Follow us on social media and don't forget to like, share and leave a review. Instagram @the_unconventional_soldier_pod. Facebook @lateo82. Twitter @TheUCS473. Download on other platforms via Link Tree. Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org. This episode brought to you in association with ISARR a veteran owned company.
Season 5 Episode 34 In the fourth episode of the Baggies Broadcast Summer Series - Joe and Jonny sat down with tough tackling former Baggie Paul Robinson. Robbo recalled some superb Baggies tales from his time at The Hawthorns under Gary Megson, Tony Mowbray and Bryan Robson. He discussed how he was rumoured to be under England consideration, the Great Escape, that goal at Aston Villa, as well as talking about changes in the game and his current role at Millwall. Want to have your say? Follow us on Twitter at @AlbionPoddy and do us a solid by submitting a review on your listening platform! Title Track: 'King Cyrille' by The King Dukes. (M.Griffiths) This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
Konnichiwa Mina san, Welcome to the 119 episodes In this week's episode, I'm continuing one of my Favorite Series and back by popular demand by you the listeners. The J-Pop Summer Series 2.0 is my favorite Japanese pop music and I want to discuss and talk about my favorite artist That I have liked throughout the years! Today, we're revisiting and rocking out with Nerd Magnet and seeing what this band is up to!!! Enjoy the episode!!! Music by Lo-fi Japan and lo-fi geek Nerd Magnet album and songs C.S.L -2016 Mixtape -2016 Bad Reputation - 2019 FREAKS & GEEKS 2018 THE GREAT ESCAPE 2018 Dear My Invisible Friend- 2019 Upside down Let's Get Invisible 2021! Also Apology 2021, Another Round 2022, and DETENTION 2022!! Here are all the Info Links to my Podcast episodes, Social Media, and Podcast Merch https://linktr.ee/Smoothtokyothepodcast! Follow me on Twitter @SmoothTokyo --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/andrew-harris3/message
Click here for the SermonClicking here will take you to our webpageClick here to contact usWelcome to the Westside church's special Monday Morning Coffee podcast with Mark Roberts. Mark is a disciple, a husband, father and grand dad, as well as a certified coffee geek, fan of CS Lewis' writings and he loves his big red Jeep. He's also the preacher for Westside church.
This week we are fulfilling a partial request. Danny asked to hear both the queue and attraction music from Buzz lightyears Space Ranger Spin in the Magic Kingdom. Unfortunately I only have the queue music. I haven't been able to find the full loop for the attraction. So this week we are going to hear the queue music from three Tomorrowland attractions. We will start of course with Space Ranger Spin, then we will head next door to enjoy the queue music from Carousel of Progress. Finally we will go back a few years to enjoy the queue music from Stitch's Great Escape. . . . Show Patrons: Brenda Howton Allington Brown Warren Budenbender Kelly Mayer Scott Geyer Jared Story Thomas Hartman Brian Martin James Farrington Nick Baker Anne Griffith Maria Sanchez Sokolowski Great Nate Elisabeth Puglisi Sydney Weddleton Kyle Horton Rachel Sutton Jonathan Howser Jennifer Gorlick Holly King Christine Champagne Victoria & Darren Janey and Gary Zerilli Raffi Minassian Jenna Bench Shay Lochinger Gillian Shipley Katherine Lund Leitrim Peters Gabrielle Kosta Dorothy Kathleen Lawrence Dameron Ostapczuk Tiffany Sullivan . . . . Questions/comments: email@example.com Support the show at: www.patreon.com/soundsofdisney --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sounds-of-disney/support
Join me as I discuss the classic Steve McQueen film, The Great Escape, with my good friend Patrick Stewart. Patrick served in the marines and has lived all over the world and has stories too numerous to mention here. One of the first things I ask my globe-trotting buddy is where is the best place to visit in all the world? I thought he'd say New Zealand, but I get a different answer. (Apparently he likes ostriches on beaches.) Patrick talks about how The Great Escape is one of the most popular movies in Europe. I bring up a great Christmas movie set during World War I called Joyeux Noel. Here is the IMDB page for that film.Patrick and I discuss if the prison in the movie was too soft, and why on earth the prisoners wanted to escape so bad? I would have been perfectly content riding out the war in that semi-country club. Some great background is given on the actual escape itself, thanks to Patrick. Turns out it's even crazier than the film suggests! And guess what? Some Germans were actually complacent in aiding the POW's with their escape. I love those types of redemption stories! "Who is today's Steve McQueen?" I ask. I end up providing the answer. It's hard to disagree with me, especially now in the wake of Top Gun: Maverick. (Forgive me, because I provide false information about the film.) Patrick, my very nice and honest friend, says that he would love to be the scrounger and blackmailer in a POW camp. And the movie is so dark! The ending is just depressing, and I wonder if today's audiences could handle this dark of a movie today. However, we do agree that this film, under the right direction, could be remade today - as long as that stupid, yet catchy, music is replaced. Is it Christ-like for POW's to foil their captors to try to escape? These POW's get set back time and time again. So to apply it to our lives, at what point do we know when to give up or when to keep pressing on? Patrick offers his take on this timeless question. And how are we supposed to process it if we pursue our passion or our joy and it doesn't work out? What happens then? I ask Patrick how we reconcile tragedy, citing George Floyd and random children getting hit by cars. (This is where I would have brought up Robb Elementary if it had taken place by the time of this recording.) Speaking of tragedy, does God allow evil to happen? We close out with some trivia questions and Patrick names three other desert island movies. InstagramFacebookTwitterEmail: Author.firstname.lastname@example.orgThis episode was sponsored by Spur Creative
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The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, David Walker and James Maw assemble for this week's Adjudication Panel. On the agenda: the true definition of a "Great Escape" (and why Everton and Leeds don't qualify), Erik ten Hag's rough start at the hands of the UK's only body-language expert, a dubious double guard of honour in Spain and the final Keys & Gray Corner of 2021-22. Meanwhile, the panel establish the two types of footballing "prowess" and examine a Watford coach's very curious end-of-season compilation video.
As a kid in England, Joby Harold was obsessed with movies like The Magnificent Seven. The Great Escape. Star Wars. Jaws. These movies inspired him to find his way into Hollywood and “go for it” as a screenwriter. Today, he's known for King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, Army of the Dead, and he's got credits on upcoming films The Flash and Transformers: Rise of the Beasts. For this interview, we discussed the new mini-series, Obi-Wan Kenobi. In this interview, we talk about lanes of genre, Samurai and Western influences in Star Wars, the “Daddening” of Hollywood's most iconic characters, how to write for both studios and filmmakers, and how to build off what you've inherited for tent pole franchises. If it's your first time listening, make sure to subscribe and visit my new website for information on the YouTube channel, the blog, this podcast, and my new book ‘Ink by the Barrel' which takes advice from these 200+ interviews at the link below… Follow us on Instagram: @brockswinson If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts? It only takes about 60-seconds and it really helps convince some of the hard-to-get guests to sit down and have a chat (simply scroll to the bottom on your iTunes Podcast app and click “Write Review"). Enjoy the show!
Blueberry diet linked to lower breast cancer risk: New Zealand study Massey University (New Zealand), May 10, 2022 WELLINGTON (CIHAN)- Women might be able to reduce the risk of breast cancer by eating more blueberries, according to a New Zealand research. A Massey University study in which blueberries were fed to animals as part of their diet found they had a 50-percent lower incidence rate of mammary tumors. “Blueberries contain phytochemicals called anthocyanins, which may be responsible for the health benefits of blueberries,” Dr Janyawat Vuthijumnonk said in a statement. Tumours found in animals that received blueberries with fibre included (in pomace form), were smaller and less aggressive than in animals without blueberry consumption or in animals that received just blueberry juice. “We also found circulating estrogen – the steroid hormone which plays a key role in breast cancer promotion – was lower in animals that consumed the blueberry pomace supplemented diet,” said Vuthijumnonk. Study finds that yoga and meditation can help minimize cognitive impairment UCLA, May 10, 2022 Inner peace and a flexible body may not be the most valuable benefits that yoga and meditation have to offer, suggests new research by a UCLA-led team of neuroscientists. The team found that a three-month course of yoga and meditation practice helped minimize the cognitive and emotional problems that often precede Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia—and that it was even more effective than the memory enhancement exercises that have been considered the gold standard for managing mild cognitive impairment. “Memory training was comparable to yoga with meditation in terms of improving memory, but yoga provided a broader benefit than memory training because it also helped with mood, anxiety and coping skills,” said Helen Lavretsky, the study's senior author. “Historically and anecdotally, yoga has been thought to be beneficial in aging well, but this is the scientific demonstration of that benefit,” said Harris Eyre, the study's lead author. “We're converting historical wisdom into the high level of evidence required for doctors to recommend therapy to their patients.” The researchers report that the participants' outward improvements in memory corresponded with perceptible changes in their brain activity. Using functional magnetic resonance imaging, they showed that subjects in both groups had changes in their brain connectivity, but the changes among the yoga group were statistically significant, whereas the changes in the memory group were not. Boost in nerve-growth protein helps explain why running supports brain health New York University, May 16, 2022 Exercise increases levels of a chemical involved in brain cell growth, which bolsters the release of the “feel good” hormone dopamine, a new study shows. Dopamine is known to play a key role in movement, motivation, and learning. Experts have long understood that regular running raises dopamine activity in the brain and may protect nerve cells from damage. In addition, past research has tied exercise-driven boosts in the dopamine-triggering chemical called brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) and in dopamine levels to improvements in learning and memory. However, the precise way these three factors interact has until now remained unclear. Led by researchers at NYU Grossman School of Medicine, the investigation showed that mice running on a wheel for 30 days had a 40% increase in dopamine release in the dorsal stratium, the part of the brain involved in movement, compared to levels in mice that did not exercise. The runners also showed a nearly 60% increase in brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) levels compared to their non-running counterparts. Notably, the increase in dopamine release remained elevated even after a week of rest. Additionally, when BDNF levels were artificially reduced, running did not lead to additional dopamine release. “Our findings suggest that BDNF plays a key role in the long-lasting changes that occur in the brain as a result of running,” says study lead author and neurobiologist Guendalina Bastioli, Ph.D. “Not only do these results help explain why exercise makes you move, think, and feel better, they also show that these benefits continue even if you do not work out every day,” adds Bastioli. High levels of exercise linked to nine years of less aging at the cellular level Brigham Young University, May 10, 2022 Despite their best efforts, no scientist has ever come close to stopping humans from aging. Even anti-aging creams can't stop Old Father Time. But new research from Brigham Young University reveals you may be able to slow one type of aging—the kind that happens inside your cells. As long as you're willing to sweat. The study, published in the medical journal Preventive Medicine, finds that people who have consistently high levels of physical activity have significantly longer telomeres than those who have sedentary lifestyles, as well as those who are moderately active. Exercise science professor Larry Tucker found adults with high physical activity levels have telomeres with a biological aging advantage of nine years over those who are sedentary, and a seven-year advantage compared to those who are moderately active. To be highly active, women had to engage in 30 minutes of jogging per day (40 minutes for men), five days a week. High fruit intake during adolescence linked with lower breast cancer risk University of Oxford, May 11, 2022 A paper in The BMJ sheds new light on the relation of diet with breast cancer and heart disease. The study reports that high fruit consumption during adolescence may be associated with lower breast cancer risk. A team of US researchers wanted to see whether fruit and vegetable consumption might affect subsequent breast cancer risk. They followed 90,000 nurses for over 20 years who reported their diet in early adulthood, of whom half also recalled their usual diet during adolescence. They found that high fruit consumption during adolescence (2.9 v 0.5 servings per day) was associated with a roughly 25% lower risk of breast cancer diagnosed in middle age. In particular, greater consumption of apple, banana and grapes during adolescence, as well as oranges and kale during early adulthood was significantly associated with a reduced breast cancer risk. Videos: 1. Jimmy Dore – Rachel Maddow's Non-Stop COVID Lies 2. Zach Weissmueller – Forget the Great Reset. Embrace the Great Escape. (8:43) (Zach is From Reason TV) 3. Implanted Microchip, Klaus Schwab, World Economic Forum and The Great Reset (Voice Over 2:25) 4. Douglas Kruger – “You will OWN NOTHING, and you will be HAPPY” (start @ 0:47) (interview with Douglas Kruger conducted by David Ansara of The Centre For Risk Analysis (CRA)
Writer Damien Lewis comes on the show to discuss his new book Churchill's Great Escapes: Seven Incredible Escapes Made by WWII Heroes. During the war, there was no standing order for Allied Officers to try to escape a POW Camp. However, the men of the British Special Forces saw it differently. What follows is a testament to the courage and endurance of humans with a clear goal and unflappable belief in their cause. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Dramatic prison escapes often have some common themes -- they often include a lot of tunneling. Here are six highly ingenious and low-violence prison breaks from history. Research: "Warriors, witches and damn rebel bitches: The Scotswomen who stood their ground." Herald [Glasgow, Scotland], 15 Sept. 2019. Gale In Context: Global Issues, link.gale.com/apps/doc/A599477490/GPS?u=mlin_n_melpub&sid=bookmark-GPS&xid=32ea1a50. Accessed 18 Apr. 2022. Abashiri Prison Museum. https://www.kangoku.jp/multilingual_english/ Alcatraz History. “The Great Escape from Alcatraz.” https://www.alcatrazhistory.com/alcesc1.htm Britannica, The Editors of Encyclopaedia. "Pennsylvania system". Encyclopedia Britannica, 20 Jul. 1998, https://www.britannica.com/topic/Pennsylvania-system. Accessed 20 April 2022. Callow, John. “Maxwell, William, fifth earl of Nithsdale.” Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. 10/27/2010. https://doi.org/10.1093/ref:odnb/18413 Carlos, Marius Jr. “Yoshie Shiratori: The Incredible Story of a Man No Prison Could Hold.” Breaking Asia. 2/3/2020. https://www.breakingasia.com/gov/yoshie-shiratori-the-incredible-story-of-a-man-no-prison-could-hold/ Cho, Hahna. “Escape from Libby Prison.” Backstory Radio. 9/28/2018. https://www.backstoryradio.org/blog/escape-from-libby-prison/ Detwiler, Jacqueline. "How Popular Mechanics inspired the most Famous escape in history." Popular Mechanics, vol. 195, no. 1, Jan.-Feb. 2018, pp. 74+. Gale In Context: Science, link.gale.com/apps/doc/A522758178/GPS?u=mlin_n_melpub&sid=bookmark-GPS&xid=e0949ca7. Accessed 18 Apr. 2022. Eastern State Penitentiary https://www.easternstate.org/ Eastern State Penitentiary. “"That's Where the Tunnel Is".” Via YouTube. 10/12/2010. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dgaKHfbGlo Eicke, Leigh. "Maxwell [née Herbert], Winifred, countess of Nithsdale (1672–1749), Jacobite courtier." Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. 23. Oxford University Press. Date of access 20 Apr. 2022, FBI. “Alcatraz Escape.” https://www.fbi.gov/history/famous-cases/alcatraz-escape Kurohi, Rei. “French gangster escapes prison a second time: 5 other serial jailbreakers from around the world.” The Straits Times International Edition. 7/2/2018. https://www.straitstimes.com/world/french-gangster-escapes-prison-a-second-time-5-other-serial-jailbreakers-from-around-the-world Lewis, Robert. "Alcatraz escape of June 1962". Encyclopedia Britannica, 4 Jun. 2021, https://www.britannica.com/event/Alcatraz-escape-of-June-1962. Accessed 20 April 2022. Murray, Jean. “The Law Must Take Its Course – Limerick Women Sentenced to Transportation.” Limerick Civic Trust, September 2005 – August 2006. https://www.limerick.ie/sites/default/files/atoms/files/limerick_women_sentenced_to_transportation_by_jean_murray.pdf Schreiber, Mark. “News outlets quick to fall in love with prison break coverage.” Japan Times. 5/5/2018. Slater, Sharon. “9 Limerick Women Escape Prison in 1930.” Limerick's Life. 10/17/2013. https://limerickslife.com/limerick-women-prison/ Stamp, Jimmy. “The Daring Escape From the Eastern State Penitentiary.” Smithsonian. 11/13/2013. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/the-daring-escape-from-the-eastern-state-penitentiary-180947688/ Stater, Victor. "Herbert, William, styled first marquess of Powis and Jacobite first duke of Powis (c. 1626–1696), Jacobite courtier." Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. 24. Oxford University Press. Zombek, Angela. "Libby Prison" Encyclopedia Virginia. Virginia Humanities, (07 Dec. 2020). Web. 20 Apr. 2022 https://encyclopediavirginia.org/entries/libby-prison/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Loosely based on the real event of an Allied escape from a Nazi POW camp, The Great Escape boasts an ensemble cast with big names starting out their careers. Check out James Garner before Rockford Files, Charles Bronson before Death Wish, and Richard Attenborough three decades before Jurassic Park. The ‘Cooler King' is also the King of Cool, Steve McQueen is the OG Tom Cruise having done his own stunt work in the iconic motorcycle chase. So come check out what's probably one of your dad's favorite movies! Thank you Josh H. for commissioning another podcast! Find out how to commission your own at support.baldmove.com. Hey there! Check out https://support.baldmove.com/ to find out how you can gain access to ALL of our premium content, as well as ad-free versions of the podcasts, for just $5 a month! Join the discussion: Email | Discord | Reddit | Forums Follow us: Twitch | YouTube | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Leave Us A Review on Apple Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices