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The Chase Thomas Podcast
Former UGA & Indiana University Head Basketball Tom Crean on NIL in College Basketball, Coaching Anthony Edwards & His Coaching Future

The Chase Thomas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 56:19


Chase Thomas is the Sports Renaissance Man, Atlanta Sports Guy and Vol For Life. On hour 1 of the program, Chase is joined by former UGA, IU and Marquette head basketball coach Tom Crean where they talk about Tom's coaching career, what's he done since moving on from Georgia, what the future holds for him, NIL in college sports, why the SEC is dominating both football and basketball now, the 3-point shot, the greatness of Rick Barnes, coaching Anthony Edwards and much more. Host: Chase Thomas Guest: Tom Crean Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

SojuTalk Kpop Podcast
EP189: Astro's Candy Sugar Pop!

SojuTalk Kpop Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 61:00


This week gets hype as we cover tracks from Woosung and ASTRO! As always, the Crew keeps you up to date with all the recent Kpop News/Events. And you know we gonna get hype with the State of the Nation!!! Links ◆Email - sojutalkpodcast@gmail.com ◆Discord - discord.gg/sojutalk ◆Patreon - patreon.com/sojutalk

The Take with Andy Sweeney
The Take 5-13-22 Hour 1 - Middle Age

The Take with Andy Sweeney

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 49:12


Andy opens the show with a Brohm “what if”, Chris Rodriguez bad news, Streble arrives and makes a big mistake, Danny Manning said something, a sad Jack Grossman, Andy stops the show for a quick IU story, and the guys dive into Streble's memory. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Assembly Call IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show
AC Radio: Offseason Catch-Up Episode

The Assembly Call IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 97:05


This week on Assembly Call Radio, we discuss a variety of topics after a three-week of hiatus and catch up on all the IU news we have missed in that time.

GetYourNewsOnWithRon
The Real Reason Food Prices Are Rising, Coastal Homes Washing Into The Ocean

GetYourNewsOnWithRon

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 47:16


Lauren Ashcraft joins. -Coastal homes in NC wash into the ocean. -The real reason for rising food prices. -Update on the IU Grad Student Strike

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick
Dr Aaron Carroll and The Authors of "Can Legal Weed Win" Daniel Sumner and Robin Goldstein Episode 601

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 97:55


Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more Dr Aaron Carroll is one of my closest friends and one of the finest people I know. He is one of the most reasonable and thoughtful guys as well. He is a professor of pediatrics and associate dean for research mentoring at the Indiana University School of Medicine. He is also vice president for faculty development at The Regenstrief Institute. And now Aaron is the Chief Health Officer at IU. Dr. Carroll's research focuses on the study of information technology to improve pediatric care and areas of health policy including cost-effectiveness of care and health care financing reform. He is the author of The Bad Food Bible and the co-author of three additional books on medical myths. Check out Aaron's amazing New Podcast Series! In partnership with the National Institutes of Health, we've launched a new series on the culture of science and reproducibility.   Subscribe to his YouTube Channel Buy his books Read him at The NY Times   ------------ Can Legal Weed Win? Two economists take readers on a tour of the economics of legal and illegal weed, showing where cannabis regulation has gone wrong and how it could do better. Cannabis "legalization" hasn't lived up to the hype. Across North America, investors are reeling, tax collections are below projections, and people are pointing fingers. On the business side, companies have shut down, farms have failed, workers have lost their jobs, and consumers face high prices. Why has legal weed failed to deliver on many of its promises? Can Legal Weed Win? takes on the euphoric claims with straight dope and a full dose of economic reality. This book delivers the unadulterated facts about the new legal segment of one of the world's oldest industries. In witty, accessible prose, economists Robin Goldstein and Daniel Sumner take readers on a whirlwind tour of the economic past, present, and future of legal and illegal weed. Drawing upon reams of data and their own experience working with California cannabis regulators since 2016, Goldstein and Sumner explain why many cannabis businesses and some aspects of legalization fail to measure up, while others occasionally get it right. Their stories stretch from before America's first medical weed dispensaries opened in 1996 through the short-term boom in legal consumption that happened during COVID-19 lockdowns. Can Legal Weed Win? is packed with unexpected insights about how cannabis markets can thrive, how regulators get the laws right or wrong, and what might happen to legal and illegal markets going forward. Robin Goldstein is an economist and author of The Wine Trials, the controversial exposé of wine snobbery that became the world's best-selling guide to cheap wine. He is Director of the Cannabis Economics Group in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of California, Davis. He has an AB from Harvard University, a JD from Yale Law School, and a PhD in economics from the University of Bordeaux. Daniel Sumner is Frank H. Buck, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of California, Davis. He grew up on a California fruit farm, served on the president's Council of Economic Advisers, and was Assistant Secretary of Economics at the US Department of Agriculture before joining the UC Davis faculty. He has a BS from Cal Poly and a PhD in economics from the University of Chicago. Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page

PaTTANpod
Research to Practice: A Success Story

PaTTANpod

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 16:59


Through the course of the 2021-2022 academic year, school-based teams worked with PaTTAN educational consultants in collaboration with IU consultants to enhance early literacy outcomes. Representatives from Foot of Ten Elementary School in the Hollidaysburg Area School District join PaTTANpod to share their journey and the positive student outcomes they were able to achieve through their dedicated efforts.

Inside Indiana Sports Breakfast with Kent Sterling
James Bradberry cut by Giants; target for Colts? Back-up QB battle a three-way! New IU Football radio analyst!

Inside Indiana Sports Breakfast with Kent Sterling

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 15:45


Colts might be looking for another cornerback, and James Bradberry was cut yesterday by the Giants. Can the Colts squeeze him in under the cap, and would they rather invest in a corner than a receiver? The fight for the backup quarterback position is a three-way race - and hopefully meaningless. Indiana Football has a new radio analyst - an IU alum - to work with Don Fischer during his 50th season. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support

SojuTalk Kpop Podcast
EP188: TXT Good Boy Gone Bad!

SojuTalk Kpop Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 74:46


We get our hype for boy group and male soloists this week as we cover iKON, Woodz, and TXT! As always, the Crew keeps you up to date with all the recent Kpop News/Events. And you know we gonna get hype with the State of the Nation!!! Links ◆Email - sojutalkpodcast@gmail.com ◆Discord - discord.gg/sojutalk ◆Patreon - patreon.com/sojutalk

The V Show w/Bob Valvano
The V Show with @espnVshow @Pat_Jaggers and @NickyVESPN - Hour 1 - Rich Strike Trainer Eric Reed and UofL HC Dan McDonnell5/9/2022

The V Show w/Bob Valvano

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 64:00


Action packed start to The V Show as Bobby V chats with Kentucky Derby winning trainer Eric Reed.  We learn what's next for Rich Strike in the Preakness, and the guys talk some Derby.  UofL baseball HC Dan McDonnell also joins the show to talk about an odd weekend series and preview tomorrow's match-up with IU.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Hora 25
Las 20 de Hora 25 | ¿Desunión en Andalucía?

Hora 25

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 22:34


Podemos acusa a IU de incumplir el acuerdo alcanzado para concurrir juntos en Andalucía, Portugal confirma que Europa ha dado ya el visto bueno a España y Portugal para la excepción ibérica, Errejón absuelto de un delito que no existe. Escucha las 20 de Hora 25 con Aimar Bretos.

HIMSSCast
Tapping into EHRs for public health insights – with Brian Dixon

HIMSSCast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 16:04


The COVID-19 pandemic has had spillover effects on screening and preventive care. But even before the novel coronavirus, adequate screening for disease, especially among vulnerable people, was still a public health concern.A recent study from the Regenstrief Institute and Indiana University found that even though screening rates have improved, about one in five women still do not receive a test for syphilis during pregnancy –- which is recommended by the CDC given the serious threat syphilis can pose to the health of the fetus. Brian Dixon, study senior author and director of public health informatics at the Regenstrief Institute, joined Healthcare IT News to speak about the research and the role IT can play in informatics.Talking points:-Rates of congenital syphilis have been rising-Previous studies have largely only used claims data-The benefits of syphilis screening during pregnancy-Disparities in syphilis screening rates, and what might be behind them-The potential effects of COVID-19 on screening rates-How public health leaders could use information like this-More ways health IT can be used to support public health objectives-The next projects on deck at RegenstriefMore about this episode:Regenstrief, IU launch public and population health programRegenstrief launches initiative to disseminate SDOH dataHow HIEs can enable public health reporting when EHRs fall shortHospitals facing big hurdles to public health data reportingCIOs plan big investments in EHR optimization and pop health IT

The Hoosier Sound | IU Sports Podcast
Drafting IUBB's 2022-23 Roster and Discussing Jordan Geronimo's Return [252]

The Hoosier Sound | IU Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 46:42


*Like, subscribe, comment, and follow us on social media!*Note: This episode was recorded on Thursday, April 28, and wasn't uploaded until later due to technical difficulty. Expect a new podcast episode every week throughout the offseason!With draft season upon us, Matt and Nithin go back-and-forth, taking their pick of the scholarship players on the upcoming season's IU men's basketball roster. If you take Trayce Jackson-Davis out of the equation, which Hoosier would you pick first to win a basketball game, whether at the playground or in the Big Ten?Matt starts the episode with some exciting personal news, as IUBB goes global!WEBSITE: https://www.indianahq.com/ • Twitter: https://twitter.com/thehoosiersound • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thehoosiersound/ • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/indiana.hq/ • iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id1282226985?mt=2&ls=1 • Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cDovL3d3dy5zcHJlYWtlci5jb20vc2hvdy8yNjc3NTkyL2VwaXNvZGVzL2ZlZWQ • Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0lk71fzLgbLP76iPNA14cP • SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-429075463-810819009 • iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/the-hoosier-sound-28550408/?cmp=web_share • TuneIn Radio: http://tun.in/pi2cE • Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-hoosier-sound

Tech Refactored
S2E36 - Cybersecurity and Insuring Your Everyday Life

Tech Refactored

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022


Every day it seems cybersecurity is in the news. From data breaches to ransomware to national security, these incidents have become a feature of every day life. And they affect everything from individuals and small businesses to nation-state actors. On this episode we're joined by Asaf Lubin to help us understand the challenges of cybersecurity generally and, in particular, the role of cybersecurity insurance in addressing some of these concerns. Asaf is an Associate Professor of Law at Indiana University Maurer School of Law and a Fellow at IU's Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research. His research includes the regulation of cybersecurity harms, liabilities, and insurance as well as policy design around governmental and corporate surveillance, data protection, and internet governance.

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast
Greg Cosell shares what the film says about the Colts 2022 NFL Draft Class, Dan bets on the Colts to win the AFC South, Paul Kuharsky updates us on the look of the Tennessee Titans post-draft

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 122:04


(00:00-24:14) – Dan opens the show on a Tuesday by giving his thoughts on Titans QB Ryan Tannehill telling the media that he will not mentor new Tennessee rookie QB Malik Willis. Dan also shares his thoughts on the AFC South and why he feels the Colts are the favorites to win the division. Later, Dan and show producer Jimmy Cook discuss the NBA Playoffs from last night.      (24:15-38:05) – Dan looks at Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green getting hit in the face during last night's Game 2 against the Memphis Grizzlies. Plus, Dan shares why he is betting the Colts to win the AFC South and why he feels you should too.    (38:06-41:05) – Dan interacts with the YouTube Chat and talks more on NIL and the impact it will have on IU basketball.     (41:06-1:03:35) – Friend of the show Paul Kuharsky, long time Titans reporter and broadcaster at Outkick 360, joins the show to take us through what the Tennessee Titans look like post-NFL Draft. Also, Paul takes us through the Titans trading of AJ Brown and whether the team is going through a soft rebuild this year. Later, Paul reviews QB Ryan Tannehill's comments regarding the idea of mentoring new rookie QB Mailk Willis. Plus, a look at the outlook for star running back Derrick Henry this season.    (1:03:36-1:20:35) – We're back from break with Dan talking more on the Colts in the AFC South this year and lamenting that he's not familiar with celebrities any more.    (1:20:36-1:21:56) – Hour number two ends quickly with Dan sharing some news that he put out on Twitter and look ahead to the rest of today's show.  (1:21:57-1:44:52) – The great Greg Cosell of NFL Films and ESPN's NFL Matchup joins the show to reveal what the film says about some of the top picks the Indianapolis Colts made in the 2022 NFL Draft. Plus, Greg goes over Colts rookies that he feels could make an immediate impact on the team.     (1:44:53-1:55:51) – We're back from break with Dan and Jimmy pondering the most popular sports celebrities around the world. (1:55:52-2:01:59)– Tuesday's show closes with Dan sharing the results from the Horseshoe Indianapolis Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 05.04.22

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 60:40


Videos :  2. Fake Cases: The Fraudulent PCR Test Is at the Heart of This Entire Plandemic – Dr. Reiner Fuellmich With Judy Mikovits & More   3.  Over 17,000 Physicians and Scientists Agree: “There Is No Medical Emergency” – Dr. Robert Malone   4. Honest Government Ad | Julian Assange   Cranberry juice may slash cardiometabolic risk factors: RCT study USDA Agriculture Research Center, April 30, 2022 Daily consumption of a low-calorie cranberry juice may improve certain risk factors of heart disease, including blood pressure and triglycerides, says a new study from the Agricultural Research Service at the USDA. Eight weeks of supplementing the diet with a cranberry juice containing 173 mg of phenolic compounds per serving was associated with significant reductions in C-reactive protein (CRP), diastolic blood pressure, and blood sugar levels, according to findings published in the Journal of Nutrition . While the majority of the science supporting the health benefits of cranberries is for urinary tract health, a growing body of data supports the cardiovascular potential of the berries. For example, a study by scientists at the Mayo Clinic and College of Medicine found that two glasses of cranberry juice a day may protect against the development of hardening of the arteries. Writing in the European Journal of Nutrition (Vol. 52, pp 289-296), the Mayo Clinic researchers reported that no effect was observed on the function of the cells lining the arteries (endothelial cells), but cranberry juice may reduce the number of endothelial cells that produce a compound called osteocalcin, which has been linked to hardening of the arteries.     Vitamin D toxicity rare in people who take supplements, researchers report Mayo Clinic, April 30, 2022   Over the last decade, numerous studies have shown that many Americans have low vitamin D levels and as a result, vitamin D supplement use has climbed in recent years. In light of the increased use of vitamin D supplements, Mayo Clinic researchers set out to learn more about the health of those with high vitamin D levels. They found that toxic levels are actually rare. A vitamin D level greater than 50 nanograms per milliliter is considered high. Vitamin D levels are determined by a blood test called a serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D blood test. A normal level is 20-50 ng/mL, and deficiency is considered anything less than 20 ng/mL, according the Institute of Medicine (IOM). The researchers analyzed data collected over 10 years from patients in the Rochester Epidemiology Project, a National Institutes of Health-funded medical records pool , one of the few places worldwide where scientists can study virtually an entire geographic population to identify health trends. Of 20,308 measurements, 8 percent of the people who had their vitamin D measured had levels greater than 50 ng/mL, and less than 1 percent had levels over 100 ng/mL. "We found that even in those with high levels of vitamin D over 50 ng/mL, there was not an increased risk of hypercalcemia, or elevated serum calcium, with increasing levels of vitamin D," says study co-author Thomas D. Thacher, M.D., a family medicine expert at Mayo Clinic. Only one case over the 10-year study period was identified as true acute vitamin D toxicity; the person's vitamin D level was 364 ng/mL. The individual had been taking 50,000 international units (IU) of vitamin D supplements every day for more than three months, as well as calcium supplements. The IOM-recommended upper limit of vitamin D supplementation for people with low or deficient levels is 4,000 IU a day.     Reducing sedentary time mitigates the risk of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular diseases University of Turku (Finland), May 2, 2022 A new study suggests that reducing daily sedentary time can have a positive effect on the risk factors of lifestyle diseases already in three months. Spending just one hour less sitting daily and increasing light physical activity can help in the prevention of these diseases. In an intervention study of the Turku PET Centre and the UKK Institute in Finland, the researchers investigated whether health benefits can be achieved by reducing daily sedentary time during a three-month intervention period. The research participants were sedentary and physically inactive working-age adults with an increased risk of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular diseases. The intervention group managed to reduce sedentary time by 50 minutes per day on average, mainly by increasing the amount of light- and moderate-intensity physical activity. In the three-month period, the researchers observed benefits in health outcomes related to blood sugar regulation, insulin sensitivity and liver health in the intervention group.     Study Finds Cannabis May Be A “Miracle” Treatment For Autistic Kids Shaare Zedek Medical Center (Israel), April 26, 2022 Autism could now be added to the lengthy and perpetually-expanding list of afflictions and symptoms treatable with the one product of nature shamefully prohibited by the federal government — the “miracle” palliative, cannabis. In a recent article titled, “Marijuana may be a miracle treatment for children with autism,” Israeli researchers began a new study comprised of 120 children ranging in age from five to 29 years, who have been diagnosed with mild to severe autism. Study participants are given one of two cannabis oil treatments or a placebo, drops of which can be mixed into a meal — none contain high levels of THC, the ingredient which gives users a ‘high.' Myriad scientific studies and innumerable anecdotal cases have proven cannabis to treat everything from PTSD to ADHD, various cancers to the painful pressure of glaucoma — but the plant's miraculous quality has been most apparent in treating severe seizures of childhood epilepsy. Now, it appears, cannabis — specifically, the non-psychoactive compound, cannabidiol or CBD — may offer improved quality of life for children with autism, and the families providing their care. In an observational study, the doctor found 70 patients with autism experienced positive results from cannabis — so the clinical trial was launched for in-depth study.     Resveratrol and pinostilbene provide neuroprotectoin against age-related deficits. Duquesne University, April 27, 2022 According to news, research stated, "Age-related declines in motor function may be due, in part, to an increase in oxidative stress in the aging brain leading to dopamine (DA) neuronal cell death. In this study, we examined the neuroprotective effects of natural antioxidants resveratrol and pinostilbene against age-related DAergic cell death and motor dysfunction using SH-SY5Y neuroblastoma cells and young, middle-aged, and old male C57BL/6 mice." The news reporters obtained a quote from the research from Duquesne University, "Resveratrol and pinostilbene protected SH-SY5Y cells from a DA-induced decrease in cell viability. Dietary supplementation with resveratrol and pinostilbene inhibited the decline of motor function observed with age. While DA and its metabolites (DOPAC and HVA), dopamine transporter, and tyrosine hydroxylase levels remain unchanged during aging or treatment, resveratrol and pinostilbene increased ERK1/2 activation in vitro and in vivo in an age-dependent manner. Inhibition of ERK1/2 in SH-SY5Y cells decreased the protective effects of both compounds." "These data suggest that resveratrol and pinostilbene alleviate age-related motor decline via the promotion of DA neuronal survival and activation of the ERK1/2 pathways." Study sheds light on the benefits of exercise in fatty liver disease University of Eastern Finland, May 3, 2022 Exercise supports the treatment of non-alcoholic fatty liver (NAFLD) disease by impacting on several metabolic pathways in the body, a new study from the University of Eastern Finland shows Regular high-intensity interval training (HIIT) exercise over a period of 12 weeks significantly decreased the study participants' fasting glucose and waist circumference, and improved their maximum oxygen consumption rate and maximum achieved workload. These positive effects were associated with alterations in the abundance of a number of metabolites. In particular, exercise altered amino acid metabolism in adipose tissue. The study was published in Scientific Reports. Exercise had a beneficial effect on fasting glucose concentrations, waist circumference, maximum oxygen consumption rate, and maximum achieved workload. These factors were also associated with many of the observed alterations in the abundance of various metabolites in the exercise intervention group. The most significant alterations were observed in amino acids and their derivatives, lipids, and bile acids. In particular, exercise increased the levels of amino acids, which are the building blocks of proteins, in adipose tissue. According to the researchers, their higher accumulations in adipose tissue may be associated with improved lipid and glucose metabolism, as well as with reduced insulin resistance. The levels of various gut microbial metabolites were altered as a result of exercise, which is suggestive of changes in the composition of gut microbes, or in their function. Among these metabolites, increased amount of indolelactic acid, for example, can strengthen the intestinal mucosa, immune defense, and glucose balance.    

Podcast on the Brink
POTB 408: IU basketball expectations and a look ahead to next season with Brian Tonsoni

Podcast on the Brink

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 46:12


On this episode, Alex Bozich is joined by Brian Tonsoni of The Assembly Call to discuss whether IU basketball met expectations last season and to look ahead to next season. 

The Baby Manual
08 - Feeding and Teeth

The Baby Manual

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 38:00


Some newborns will eat eight to twelve times a day. In this episode, Dr. Carole Keim MD talks about breastfeeding, formula feeding, pacifiers/nipple confusion, and teething/oral hygiene (also thrush). For the first couple of months, your baby should be eating at least once every 4 hours for development. Pumping can be done right after your baby is born and sometimes even before. Are you looking at formula options? She goes over different types and how to choose what's best for your little one.Dr. Carole Keim MD goes over the benefits of breastfeeding for both mom and baby. Eventually, your baby will start to show interest in food, so it is essential to know how to introduce solid foods and approach the risk of allergic reactions. Your baby may start teething at around six months; she talks about signs to recognize, ways to help your baby during this time, and oral hygiene practices.The next few episodes will be a deep dive into certain topics that I get asked about a lot; these are also laid out just like this in my book, The Baby Manual, available on Amazon/Kindlefeeding, teething - 5/4pee/poop, gas/colic - 5/18skin - 6/1sleep - 6/15illness/red flags - 6/29vaccines 0-6mo - 7/13How often to feed: (0:54)Newborns eat 8-12x per day, need frequent feeds because their stomach is so smallBirth - stomach size of a cherry (5-10ml, or 1-1.5 tsp) - colostrumDay 2 - walnut (20-30 ml, or 0.75-1 oz) 1 week - golf ball (45-60ml, or 1.5-2oz)1 month - (80-150ml, or 2.5-5 oz)The stomach stretches like a balloonOverfeeding -> spit upsThe lower esophageal sphincter develops by 6-12mos of age8-12 feeds aren't exactly every 2-3 hoursCluster feeding 2-6 am because prolactin is highestThis typically lasts about 2 weeks, then they learn the night/day differenceIf they sleep 4 hours you MUST wake themNewborn - 2 weeks: may eat more than 12x per day2weeks - 2 mos: typically eat every 2-3h2-6 mos: can sometimes go more than 4h between feeds if they are gaining weight and your doctor ok's itWhat to feed them: (4:00)Breastmilk or formula ONLY for 4-6 mosContains all the protein, fat, carbs, vitamins, minerals, and water your baby needsAt 4-6 mos can start to introduce foods: will come back to this in a bitBreastfeeding: (4:29)AAP recommends exclusive breastfeeding x 6 mos, then BFing + food/water until age 1 year or laterOk to breastfeed as long as you wantEat a wide variety of foodsVitamins:A prenatal vitamin that contains iron and folic acidOmega-3 fatty acids (200-300mg per day)Calcium (1000mg per day)Vitamin D (5,000-6,400 IU per day)Ok to drink alcohol because of first-pass metabolism: an 8oz drink of 10% alcohol becomes 0.04% BAC (and 0.04% breast milk concentration - 250x less concentrated).  0.08% consumed by baby makes their BAC 0.0001% (undetectable; less than BAC after a child drinks orange juice or eats an over-ripe strawberry)When inside, your BAC = baby's BACEach time baby eats, they are placing an order for the next feedFirst 3-5 days colostrum; need to nurse for 15-20 min per side per feed to stimulate milk productionBenefits of Breastfeeding: (9:53)Emotional: releases oxytocin, a bonding hormone, and endorphins Health: decreases postpartum bleeding, decreased risk of breast cancer and ovarian cancer, decreased risk of rheumatoid arthritis, decreased risk of postpartum depression, can help you lose baby weight because burns an additional 500 cal per dayBaby benefits: decreased risk of obesity and type 2 diabetes as adults, less chance of infection due to IgA, decreased risk of SIDS, less likely to develop atopic and autoimmune diseases Extra benefits nobody really talks about: poop won't smell bad and is water-soluble, you always have it on hand, the composition changes as your baby grows, it's freeTricky things about breastfeeding: (12:40)Takes babies up to 2 weeks to get a hang of itCan be painful for the first 2 weeksAggressively moisturize your nipplesTongue-tie: only class 4 needs repair. Lip and cheek ties do NOT need to be repaired.Pumping: (14:37)Can start as soon as the baby is born; pumping while pregnant can induce laborChoosing a pump: manual vs. electric, how much suction, how portable, single or doubleGetting the best return: Early morning (prolactin peak)One side while baby latches on the other side, or within 15 mins of baby finishingIf at work, look at photos/videos of babyStay hydratedCan try herbal teas, lactation cookies, dietary supplements; these are not proven to be effective and are unlikely to be harmful outside the US: domperidone Pumped milk lasts 6 mos in the freezer, 6 days in the fridge, 6 hours at room tempGiving bottles to a breastfed baby: (17:11)Allows partner and other family members to bond with baby Can allow mom a little more sleep at nightAlways pump while your baby gets a bottle to keep supply upBrush baby's cheek and let them latch on; don't put the nipple into baby's mouthStart with it horizontally, angle up after 1-2 secondsUse a preemie flow nippleChoosing a formula: (19:07)All brands are fairly equal in the US; choose based on the type of formula and look at the ingredients!Regular (cow's milk-based) - best mimics breast milkGoat milk formula is ok; goat milk is NOT (nor is any animal milk other than human)Preemie formula - has extra iron, calcium, and calories because the last month is when babies store Fe/Ca/fatSoy-based - for vegan families or babies with galactosemia; NOT for milk protein allergy because tend to cross-reactSensitive formulas - more simple sugars, corn syrup-based - I hate these but they do have their place; more info in the next episode (gas/reflux/colic/spit-ups)Anti-reflux formula - has added rice starchHydrolyzed formulas (partially digested, amino acid-based) - protein, fat, and/or carbohydrates are broken down and easier to digest; for babies with milk protein allergy To prepare the formula: (21:38)Ok to mix up to 1 day's worth (24-30oz) and keep in the fridge Can get ready-to-feed (liquid) formula; do NOT water it downPowdered formula - follow instructions on the package exactly Can mix with drinking water if the clean source Temp should be lukewarm / room tempReminder: let baby latch onto the bottle, always hold baby and bottle while feeding (don't prop)Burp halfway through and at the endAny leftover in the bottle must be thrown away Baby cues: (9:05)Hungry - eyes open, looking around; rooting; cryingDone - falls asleep, sucks slowly, or turns awayCan offer pacifierStarting solids: (23:03)4-6 mos of age in the US; 6 mos elsewhereSigns of readiness: sit with support, loss of extrusion reflex, watching you eat, bringing hands/objects to mouthOne food every 3-4 days; watch for signs of allergyFood order doesn't matter; can have anything other than honey and animal milkPuree method: rice cereal, green veg, orange veg, fruit BLW: give babies mashed up foods that they can swallow, or pieces too big to fit in their mouth for them to suck onStart water with solids, 1oz per each 1-2oz of foodFood allergies: (26:46)Signs - blood in stool, rash, vomitingMust discontinue food and wait until after 1st bday with your doctor's approvalTop 8: peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, dairy, wheat, egg, soyRisk factors: family member with asthma, eczema, or allergy (likely to something different), a baby with severe eczemaIntroducing peanut proteinNipple confusion: (18:27)Not a real thing, but flow preference isIf you're going to give bottles ever, start early Pacifiers don't cause nipple confusion and can soothe the baby and decrease SIDS riskTeething: (29:28)Average 6 mos of age; anytime in the first yearTeeth order; 20 total baby teeth (for tooth-fairy planning)Signs: fussiness, drooling, low-grade fever, pink cheeks, chewing on hands/toys, tooth buds, diarrheaHow to help: teething toys, frozen washcloth, frozen fruit in a mesh bag, topical medications, Tylenol Oral hygiene: (33:12)Pre-teeth: don't need anything specialAs soon as teeth emerge, brush 2x/day with water or fluoride-free toothpasteStart fluoride at 6mos of age if it's not in your drinking water; the size of a grain of riceDentist at 1 year of ageThrush: (34:41)Yeast infectionThick white coating on the tongueDoesn't wipe offNystatinCan spread to breasts - pills for mom The next episode will be gas, colic, spit-ups, and refluxResources discussed in this episode:The Baby Manual - Available on Amazon--Dr. Carole Keim MD: linktree | tiktok | instagram

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast
Dan looks at potential versus protection with the draft choices made by the Colts and other teams around the league, Matt Taylor looks at whether or not the Colts completed their offseason checklist in the 2022 NFL Draft, John Oehser helps us learn about

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 125:41


(00:00-23:48) – The show opens on a Tuesday with Dan looking at the draft choices made by the Colts this past weekend in Las Vegas. Additionally, Dan evaluates the never ending struggle that general managers go through when evaluating production versus potential. Plus, Dan reviews some of the biggest sports headlines from a busy day yesterday.   (23:49-38:35) – Dan goes over his list of the best value picks of all-time in the history of the NFL Draft. Plenty of stories and childhood memories shared during this fun segment.   (38:36-43:00) – Dan hands out some sleeper picks from the NFL Draft that he feels will make a strong impact for their teams.    (43:01-1:07:16) – Senior Writer of Jaguars.com John Oehser joins the program to take us through the team's selection of Travon Walker with the #1 pick in the 2022 NFL Draft. Also, Dan asks where expectations are for 2021 first round pick Travis Etienne who missed all of last season due to injury. Plus, Dan and John discuss the outlook for Trevor Lawrence and the Jaguars in 2022.           (1:07:17-1:20:57) – Dan shares a report about low attendance for the Oakland Athletics and chats with the YouTube Chat about his all-time value picks in the NFL Draft. We also discuss Robinson Cano getting DFA'd despite being owed north of $40 Million over the next two years.  Later, Dan shares his love of NIL.   (1:20:58-1:25:58) – Hour number two concludes with Dan talking more on NIL and why he won't be contributing to NIL at Indiana.  (1:25:59-1:47:22) – The final hour of the program starts with Dan questioning outside sources raising money NIL usage at IU and why he feels the Hoosiers are still just like everybody else. (1:47:23-2:02:15) – The Voice of the Colts Matt Taylor joins the show to take us through his thoughts on the 2022 NFL Draft and whether or not the team marked everything off of their offseason checklist.  (2:02:16-2:05:30)– Tuesday's show closes with Dan sharing the results from the Horseshoe Indianapolis Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Notorious Mass Effect
"PSY - THAT THAT (PROD. & FT. SUGA OF BTS)"

Notorious Mass Effect

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 11:58


Much to the excitement of ARMY and PSY fans, BTS's Suga collaborated with the Gangnam Style rapper for the latest raging hit ‘That That'.In the video, Suga presented a different side of himself as he dances and parties hard—something ARMY can't get enough of. Recently, PSY revealed that it was Suga who contacted him for the song. That That is from the album PSY 9th which released last week, and features several celebrity collaborations. During the April 30 episode of Knowing Bros (Ask Us Anything), PSY opened up about That That. As quoted by Soompi, PSY said, “One day, I got a text message from an unknown number. It said, ‘Hi, this is Suga. I'd like to talk to you about something.' So we met up. (Suga) is a great performer, of course, but he's also really good at writing music. He's produced songs for IU and Heize before. So he'd produced lots of songs for other stars before, and he told me that he wanted to top off his producing project by giving me a song.” source: PSY reveals BTS' Suga had reached out to him ‘through an unknown number' for That That collaboration: ‘He produced the beat' | Entertainment News,The Indian Express --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/masseffect/support

SojuTalk Kpop Podcast
EP187: Le Sserafim are Fearless!

SojuTalk Kpop Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 79:31


A crazy week as we cover the solo debut of Miyeon, the return of Kpop legend PSY and the debut of Source Music's Le Sserafim! As always, the Crew keeps you up to date with all the recent Kpop News/Events. And you know we gonna get hype with the State of the Nation!!! Links ◆Email - sojutalkpodcast@gmail.com ◆Discord - discord.gg/sojutalk ◆Patreon - patreon.com/sojutalk

Daily Local News – WFHB
Strike Mic – April 29th, 2022

Daily Local News – WFHB

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 1:46


On Sunday, April 10th, a 97.8 percent affirmative vote by IU graduate workers set into motion the largest indefinite strike Bloomington has seen in decades. Everyday that we can, WFHB's Strike Mic will bring you to the frontlines of this movement, allowing you to understand the issues and the action through the voices of the …

Daily Local News – WFHB
Strike Mic – April 28, 2022

Daily Local News – WFHB

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 2:24


On Sunday, April 10th, a 97.8 percent affirmative vote by IU graduate workers set into motion the largest indefinite strike Bloomington has seen in decades. Everyday that we can, WFHB's Strike Mic will bring you to the frontlines of this movement, allowing you to understand the issues and the action through the voices of the …

Daily Local News – WFHB
Strike Mic – April 27, 2022

Daily Local News – WFHB

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 6:40


On Sunday, April 10th, a 97.8 percent affirmative vote by IU graduate workers set into motion the largest indefinite strike Bloomington has seen in decades. Everyday that we can, WFHB's Strike Mic will bring you to the frontlines of this movement, allowing you to understand the issues and the action through the voices of the …

Daily Local News – WFHB
Strike Mic – April 22, 2022

Daily Local News – WFHB

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 3:12


On Sunday, April 10th, a 97.8 percent affirmative vote by IU graduate workers set into motion the largest indefinite strike Bloomington has seen in decades. Everyday that we can, WFHB's Strike Mic will bring you to the frontlines of this movement, allowing you to understand the issues and the action through the voices of the …

Doc G
The Doc G Show April 27th 2022 (Featuring Nick Niespodziani of Yacht Rock Revue)

Doc G

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 117:20


The Doc invites Nick Niespodziani of Yacht Rock Revue onto the show! The two talk about getting into music, the Soul Review at IU, moving to Atlanta, owning Venkman's in Atlanta, playing in front of 30,000 people, making their debut album and much much more! Listen now! Monologue (Imperfections): 0:00:21 Birthday Suit 1: 12:44 Ripped from the Headlines: 19:12 Yacht Rock Revue - Brandy: 31:52 Shoutouts: 36:58 Leftover Headlines: 43:42 Interview with Nick Niespodziani: 51:34 Yacht Rock Revue - Change of Scene: 1:36:57 Birthday Suit 2: 1:46:48 Birthday Suit 3: 1:49:17

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick
Dr Aaron Carroll and Journalist D Earl Stephens Episode 591

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 86:30


Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more Dr Aaron Carroll is one of my closest friends and one of the finest people I know. He is one of the most reasonable and thoughtful guys as well. He is a professor of pediatrics and associate dean for research mentoring at the Indiana University School of Medicine. He is also vice president for faculty development at The Regenstrief Institute. And now Aaron is the Chief Health Officer at IU. Dr. Carroll's research focuses on the study of information technology to improve pediatric care and areas of health policy including cost-effectiveness of care and health care financing reform. He is the author of The Bad Food Bible and the co-author of three additional books on medical myths. Check out Aaron's amazing New Podcast Series! In partnership with the National Institutes of Health, we've launched a new series on the culture of science and reproducibility.   Subscribe to his YouTube Channel Buy his books Read him at The NY Times D. Earl Stephens modest bio from his website EnoughAlreadyNow.com I'm an award-winning journalist who traveled the semi-free world using another name on my passport. I broke stories and they broke me. Guess I pretty much stayed broke. Made it 29 years on the print side, before stubbornly finishing up as a managing editor at Stars and Stripes Newspaper, the editorially independent newspaper that serves our troops and their families overseas. And this: I'm pretty sure the decline in newspapers has had a direct impact on the increasing ignorance in America. I've been wildly fortunate to live in a lot of places around this big, beautiful, confused world — Africa, Europe, Asia … These days I'm back in the U.S.A, which lately seems to pride itself in going backwards. I don't like what I'm seeing or hearing, so I am trying to raise a little hell while writing about it. For now, please stand up for yourselves, brothers and sisters. You are most likely worth it. -D. Earl  @EarlofEnough   Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete CoePete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page

SojuTalk Kpop Podcast
EP186: Undercover with Verivery!!!

SojuTalk Kpop Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 76:44


BOL4 and Verivery are on the menu this week as we also have some special coverage of Ravi! As always, the Crew keeps you up to date with all the recent Kpop News/Events. And you know we gonna get hype with the State of the Nation!!! Links ◆Email - sojutalkpodcast@gmail.com ◆Discord - discord.gg/sojutalk ◆Patreon - patreon.com/sojutalk

Inside Indiana Sports Breakfast with Kent Sterling
Indianapolis Colts - Three players to draft, three to avoid! IU Basketball ranked #18, an insult! Nijel Pack to Miami for $800K + car!

Inside Indiana Sports Breakfast with Kent Sterling

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 17:03


Chris Ballard will have options for weapons with the 42nd pick of the NFL Draft, and I have three great ones who might be available. I also share three potential picks the Colts should stay away from. The six future NFL players I mention are Skyy Moore, David Ojabo, David Bell, Jahan Dotson, Bernard Raimann, and Trey McBride - can you guess which three the Colts should pick? Hoosiers are ranked #18 by CBS, which is a ridiculous. IU will be experienced, talented, and ready to roll. They are a top 10 team. Nijel Pack will earn $800K and a car while playing for Jim Larranaga at Miami - and he should. If coaches are going to earn millions, players should get dollars too! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast
Dan calls for less excuses and more results from Indy's local teams, Doug Gottlieb gives his thoughts on the opening rounds of the NBA Playoffs, Coach Jim Boylen examines how injuries have impacted the First Round of the NBA Playoffs

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 124:53


(00:00-23:39) – Friday's show begins with Dan broadcasting live from Chicago as he gets ready for the Cubs game that has been moved to later this evening. Plus, Dan goes over last night's NBA Playoffs including the Grizzlies incredible rally over the Minnesota Timberwolves. Dan also tells the fan bases around town (IU, Purdue, Colts etc.) to stop making excuses and feeling sorry for themselves. (23:40-39:24) – WIBC's Jason Hammer of Hammer & Nigel joins the program to let us in on what he's looking at betting wise over the weekend. Also, Dan asks Hammer for his thoughts on the dude that messed with Mike Tyson on an airplane earlier this week. (39:25-42:15) – Hour number one ends with Dan pondering if the Colts should make a move for Baker Mayfield as a backup QB.    (42:16-1:10:13) – Fox Sports' Doug Gottlieb stops by to give us his thoughts on the first round of the NBA Playoffs. Also, Doug give us his take on the retirement of Villanova basketball head coach Jay Wright. Plus, Doug shares an observation he had for the Golden State Warriors a year ago.      (1:10:14-1:18:20) – We are back from break with Dan asking show producer Jimmy Cook if he would play Zion Williamson if he is cleared to rejoin the Pelicans. Dan also talks on Ben Simmons and looks at the atmosphere in arenas at the NBA Playoffs.        (1:18:21-1:23:24) – Dan chats with some of the YouTube and Twitter crowd to close out the second hour of the show.   (1:23:25-1:44:20) – Longtime NBA coach Jim Boylen joins the program to talk on the NBA Playoffs and how injuries can complete change a series. Coach Boylen looks at specific injuries in the first round of the NBA Playoffs and how teams have responded. Boylen also looks at the Bulls-Bucks series and if he feels Milwaukee is in trouble. Later, Coach Boylen goes over some of the other ongoing first round matchups including Nets-Celtics. (1:44:21-1:57:57) – Our friend Alan Cashman of TheCashmanWins.com joins the show to take us through his best bets across the MLB this evening. (1:57:58-2:04:41)– Friday's show ends with Dan asking show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Plus, Dan shares his final thoughts before NFL Draft week next week. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Talking Hoosier Baseball – iubase.com
Talking Hoosier Baseball – 2022 – Week 9 – Rutgers

Talking Hoosier Baseball – iubase.com

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 46:17


Carl and Cass discuss the 1-4 road week at Rutgers and Cincinnati area by Carl James • @jovian34 • April 22, 2022 While out-hitting and getting one more run than opponents on the week, Indiana Baseball went 1-4 on the week and most importantly dropped to 2-7 in the B1G. Can IU get back into the B1G Tourney picture? What about the continued impressive performance from IU freshmen? Also Cass now leads B1G Pick 'em. Video: Audio:

Slate Star Codex Podcast
Contra Hoffman On Vitamin D Dosing

Slate Star Codex Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 27:05


https://astralcodexten.substack.com/p/contra-hoffman-on-vitamin-d-dosing [epistemic status: pretty uncertain about each individual fact, moderate confidence in general overview] I. Hoffman Contra Me I've said many times that (to a first approximation) Vitamin D is a boring bone-related chemical. Most claims that it does exciting things outside of bones - cure COVID! prevent cancer! decrease cardiovascular risk! - are hype, and have failed to stand up to replication. Ben Hoffman disagrees, and writes How To Interpret Vitamin D Dosage Using Numbers. I'm compressing his argument for space reasons; read the link to check if I'm still being fair: I am sick of people rejecting good evidence about vitamin D because they are confused about the bad evidence and can't be bothered to investigate, so I am going to explain it […] Hunter-gatherers in the environment where most of our evolution happened might have been outside all day shirtless. On average the sun's halfway from peak, so that might be equivalent to 8 hours of peak sunlight at the equator. [A study shows people in these conditions synthesize 400 IU of Vitamin D/5 minutes, which comes out to] 8000 IU per hour is 32,000 IU (800 micrograms) per day by this estimate. When deciding how much is actually appropriate to supplement, we need to take into account diminishing returns; eventually the sunlight starts producing other secondary metabolites which are also good for us, so a 16,000 IU supplement is lower-quality than sunlight but similar in the effective dosage of the most important chemical our evolutionary ancestors' bodies would have made from sunlight; in practice I wouldn't take more than that. Now let's look at the object-level studies that Scott Alexander says show that vitamin D doesn't work. I'm just going to look at the randomized controlled trials because observational studies for or against vitamin D are trash for anything except hypothesis generation unless they have a very carefully selected instrumental variable. The colon cancer link is broken but the breast cancer study reports a dosage of 400 IU/day. On the exercise scale that's FIVE MINUTES of brisk walking. FIVE MINUTES is not very long at all compared with FOUR HOURS. [An all-cause mortality study used a thrice-yearly dosing] that amounts to about 800 IU/day, or ten minutes of brisk walking on the exercise scale. [Other studies that found no effect of Vitamin D also used doses around this range].

Inside Indiana Sports Breakfast with Kent Sterling
Indianapolis Colts - if Ballard “loves” TY Hilton, he's gone! IU Basketball visited by WVU transfer!

Inside Indiana Sports Breakfast with Kent Sterling

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 16:05


Chris Ballard will talk to the media today, but I tell you exactly what he's going to say. And if he says "I love T.Y. Hilton!" T.Y. is truly a ghost for the Colts. Indiana Basketball being visited by West Virginia transfer Sean McNeil. Little 500 Weekend visit? McNeil may never leave. Eric Hunter Jr. has entered the transfer portal, and I will suspend my loathing of the Portal if Hunter comes to IU. An airline passenger taunted Mike Tyson, and was pummeled - because that's what should happen when you taunt Iron Mike. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support

The Assembly Call IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show
AC Radio: Full Malik Reneau Scouting Report and Mailbag

The Assembly Call IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 69:15


This week on Assembly Call Radio, we look at next year's roster and discuss Jay Wright's retirement at Villanova and what if anything it means for College Basketball. Ryan than gives a detailed scouting report on new IU five-star recruit Malik Reneau and the shows ends with taking listener questions.

The Assembly Call IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show
AC Radio: Full Malik Reneau Scouting Report and Mailbag

The Assembly Call IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 69:14


This week on Assembly Call Radio, we look at next year's roster and discuss Jay Wright's retirement at Villanova and what if anything it means for College Basketball. Ryan than gives a detailed scouting report on new IU five-star recruit Malik Reneau and the shows ends with taking listener questions.

Hot N Cold
April 21st: A Wednesday of News Recap

Hot N Cold

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 64:42


-Malik Reneau commits to IU, what the roster will look like next year -Jay Wright retires, how will Villanova recover -Consensus National Player of the Year Oscar Tshiebwe returns to Kentucky -Shaedon Sharpe goes to the NBA, our thoughts

The Assembly Call IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show
Doing The Work: Interview With Tyler Harris of Hoosiers For Good

The Assembly Call IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 33:28


On Wednesday, Doing The Work interviewed Tyler Harris who is spearheading the Hoosiers For Good effort with NIL for IU athletes.

The Assembly Call IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show
Doing The Work: Interview With Tyler Harris of Hoosiers For Good

The Assembly Call IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 33:28


On Wednesday, Doing The Work interviewed Tyler Harris who is spearheading the Hoosiers For Good effort with NIL for IU athletes.

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast
Dan makes the case for the Colts to trade for 49ers WR Deebo Samuel, Dane Brugler takes us through his NFL Draft big board and what wide receivers could be available when the Colts pick, Mike Chappell looks at the chances of the Colts trading for Samuel,

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 124:46


(00:00-22:32) – The show begins on a Wednesday with Dan going over Wimbledon's decision to not allow players from Russia or Belarus to compete in the iconic Grand Slam event in June. Dan also reads a news update that the Big Ten Football Championship Game will remain in Indianapolis through 2024. Plus, Dan shares his thoughts on last night's NBA Playoff games.       (22:33-35:34) – We return from break with Dan sharing how wonderful his trip to Bloomington to catch some IU softball last night. Plus, Dan looks at the college basketball landscape for next season. (35:35-41:36) – Hour number one ends with Dan looking at the reports that 49ers WR Deebo Samuel has asked for a trade and examining what it would take to get him to Indianapolis. (41:37-1:02:59) – The talented Dane Brugler of The Athletic joins the program to take us through his big board and what he feels will be available for the Colts at wide receiver. Plus, Dane takes us through what quarterback options might be available to Indy as the NFL Draft unfolds. (1:03:00-1:15:09) – We're back from break discussing further the idea that the Colts could trade for Deebo Samuel and what Dan would be willing to give up.     (1:15:10-1:23:30) – We close out the second hour of the show with Dan answering some questions from the YouTube Chat regarding the NBA Playoffs. Plus, Dan talks more on the Colts offseason and looks at comments from Titans WR A.J. Brown. (1:23:31-1:51:01) – The great Seth Greenberg of ESPN stops by to share his thoughts on Dan's belief that Indiana is the favorite to win the Big Ten next year. Plus, Seth talks on NIL's impact on recruiting and how the order of importance has changed for recruits across the country. Dan and Seth also discuss the way NIL collective operate and the use of the transfer portal by student-athletes across the country. (1:51:02-2:00:46) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS joins the program to talk on some comments made by Colts head coach Frank Reich. Plus, Chappy talks on the availability of Deebo Samuel and if he thinks the Colts will make a move for him. Also, Chapp shares what he needs to see the Colts take in next week's NFL Draft. (2:00:47-2:04:35)– Wednesday's show ends with Dan sharing the results from the Horseshoe Indianapolis Racing and Casino Race of the Day! Also, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Plus, Dan shares what bets he likes tonight in the NBA Playoffs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Oh My K-Pop
Kim Eana (Lyricist)

Oh My K-Pop

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 34:13


Today's K-Pop Musician is "김이나(Kim Eana)" 김이나(Kim Eana) went to university in the States where she came across various pop songs. While she was working in a company, she dreamt of being in the music industry and wrote lyrics time to time. Through songwriter 김형석's suggestion, she first challenged herself to be a lyricist. She decided that juggling her job and dream was too much, which is why she officially started her journey as a lyricist. She started in 2003, and created hit songs for IU and Brown Eyed Girls with songwriter 이민수. After that, she worked with big companies like SM Entertainment, JYP Entertainment, as well as huge names like 이선희, 조용필, and 임재범. That's how 김이나(Kim Eana) became the star lyricist that she is today. She says that she has written lyrics that sell well. But now, she wants to hear people say, ‘I love that my singer sang 김이나's song'. Today, we will be diving into 김이나's music~!

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast
Sean Salisbury looks at why hitting on quarterback is so tough in the NFL Draft, Jason Benetti talks on the White Sox start to the MLB Season, Dan looks at the Colts offseason moves with the NFL Draft quickly approaching

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 138:36


(00:00-28:22) – The show starts on a Tuesday with Dan giving some thoughts on the IU basketball recruiting class for this fall and the moves the Colts have made to add depth a solidify needs in the offseason. Dan also shares that he has finally figured out why Collin Kaepernick is trying to make a return to the NFL. Plus, Dan shares who he thinks is going to win the Big Ten in basketball next year.        (28:23-37:03) – Dan shares what he feels is the most important thing in determining a successful draft class in the NFL and what a real chips all in move looks like. (37:04-45:18) – Hour number one concludes with Dan talking a bit on the NBA Playoffs and sharing his thoughts on the HBO series Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty which covers the Showtime Lakers.   (45:19-1:12:54) – The great Sean Salisbury joins the show to share his thoughts on the Baker Mayfield situation in Cleveland now that Deshaun Watson is in town. Sean also shares what's happening with the Texans this offseason and the current direction of that franchise. Later, Sean talks about his work ethic coming up and why his generation of quarterback was different than this generation. Plus, Sean talks on why it's so hard to figure out quarterback in the NFL Draft. (1:12:55-1:25:37) – Dan has fallen down a worm hole of music videos and YouTube and looks at some view counts. Also, Dan talks about the NBA Playoffs and why the Phoenix Suns are viewed by many as the favorites to win it all.    (1:25:38-1:33:44) – We close out the second hour of the show with Dan answering some questions from the YouTube Chat regarding the NBA Playoffs. Plus, Dan talks more on the Colts offseason and looks at comments from Titans WR A.J. Brown. (1:33:45-2:07:05) – The great Jason Benetti stops by to chat with Dan on the HBO Drama Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty and the way stuff from the past often gets brought back up 20-30 years later. Plus, Jason chats with us about the early start to the season for the Chicago White Sox. Also, Jason shares his thoughts on if the Chicago Bulls have any shot against Milwaukee.      (2:07:06-2:11:14) – Dan interacts with the YouTube Chat about his fast yesterday and ponders the effectiveness of it.             (2:11:15-2:18:25)– Tuesday's show ends with Dan sharing the results from the Horseshoe Indianapolis Racing and Casino Race of the Day! Also, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Plus, Dan makes a special announcement regarding his bikes program, Dakich Cycles for the City. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Inside Indiana Sports Breakfast with Kent Sterling
Indianapolis Colts - Does Stephon Gilmore lifts D to elite level? Indiana Basketball's Woodson rolling with Reneau commitment!!

Inside Indiana Sports Breakfast with Kent Sterling

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 14:50


Starters are set for the Colts defense, and there appears to be three significant upgrades - as well as coaching improvements! Can fans expect elite play? Stephon Gilmore said something we hope he conveys to teammates. The narrative that an NBA coach can't become a successful college coach is bizarre, and Mike Woodson is predictably proving it wrong. IU's roster is currently full, assuming Trayce Jackson-Davis returns. The fifth ranked recruiting class will push those who return, and the Hoosiers should rise in the Big 10. Pacers passed on Jalen Brunson in favor of Aaron Holiday. I didn't like it in the moment, and I really don't like it after Brunson dropped 41 on Utah last night. Cubs got bombs from Schwindel and Wisdom in win over the Rays! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support

The Take with Andy Sweeney
The Take 4-18-22 Hour 2 - The Pivot & The Hug

The Take with Andy Sweeney

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 46:15


Andy and James let Jack gloat over IU's recruiting class, Mike Woodson is workin' fools, Streble did some digging on Leonard Miller, old Lach sound on Beyoncé, the guys dive into Shadeon Sharpe talk, and some sound. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SojuTalk Kpop Podcast
EP185: Seventeen's Darl+ing!!!

SojuTalk Kpop Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 86:24


Another spicy week as we cover new tracks from Dreamcatcher, Jessi, and Seventeen! As always, the Crew keeps you up to date with all the recent Kpop News/Events. And you know we gonna get hype with the State of the Nation!!! Links ◆Email - sojutalkpodcast@gmail.com ◆Discord - discord.gg/sojutalk ◆Patreon - patreon.com/sojutalk

The Majority Report with Sam Seder
2819 - Greg Abbott's Fraudulent Texas Two-Step, And Boomer Lives! w/ David Griscom & Sam

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 88:39


It's Casual Friday! Emma hosts David Griscom, co-host of Left Reckoning, to round up the week in news before she's joined by a little-known guest star later on. David begins by diving into his recent move to Texas as he and Emma cover the absurdity of the state's local politics. First, they look to Greg Abbott's most recent stunt of forcibly shipping migrants off to “blue” cities, copying right off of Ted Cruz's playbook, and using human props who've already been forced on the run for an incredibly pointless boondoggle. Alongside these busses, they look to the bargaining over imports and migration that Abbott has engaged with on the border, despite everything the Constitution says, and the bipartisan backlash he's received for the severe stoppages along the supply line that resulted from all of his actions. Next, Emma and David discuss the evolution of his Governorship over the last few years, using a continuous State of Emergency from the start of the pandemic to turn his state from a weak governor state to one with him as the pinnacle of authority, before they look to future alternatives as they dive into the ever disheartening campaigning by Beto O'Rourke, and why the guy has decided to alternate between wildly left-wing (taking your guns) and grossly right-wing (supporting Title 42) talking points. They wrap up their interview with an in-depth pathological analysis of “truth lover” Elon Musk, his media manipulation, and how he's become the king of speculation – since his actual inventions aren't all that successful. Then, Emma is joined by a fresh-faced and raspy-voiced Sam Seder as he discusses his recent bout of COVID-19 and what being sick is like, before they get into the absurdity of Texas' unconstitutional disruption of foreign trade, and the digital vs analog elements of coronavirus, whatever that means. Emma also dives into Christian Smalls' killer appearance with Tucker Carlson, shutting down every misogynistic talking point and keeping the conversation on the importance of fighting for unions and worker solidarity, before briefly touching on Israel's bombing of mosques in the middle of Ramadan. And in the Fun Half: Emma takes a call with Nate from Portland on the “People for Portland” group that's using phrases like “cleaning up garbage” as dog whistles for an attack on the homeless, Will from Indiana discusses the IU grad student strike and wishes Emma a happy early birthday! Mo Brooks discusses the corruption of Washington, and the pay-to-play nature of committee assignments, but interestingly doesn't discuss any alternatives, Fox & Folks continue their absurd copaganda in the wake of the Brooklyn terror attack. Then Ethan Osborn from Covington, KY discusses his campaign for House District 4, and Ethan Mackey, Missouri State Rep, takes a stand for trans kids everywhere as he takes on the ingrained bigotry he grew up with. Jen Psaki announces the Biden administration's return to thinking about student debt (thankfully), plus, your calls and IMs! 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The Assembly Call IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

In episode #11 of The Grace Berger Show, Grace and Coach Marlow reflect on Indiana's NCAA Tournament run, discuss Grace's plans for the offseason, touch on the incoming transfers that have everyone excited about a reloaded IU roster for next season. And more.

The Assembly Call IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

This week on Assembly Call Radio, we discuss Race Thompson announcing he is returning to IU for another season.

The Assembly Call IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

This week on Assembly Call Radio, we discuss Race Thompson announcing he is returning to IU for another season.

Dead Doctors Don't Lie Radio
Dead Doctors Dont Lie 14 Apr 2022

Dead Doctors Don't Lie Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 54:00


Monologue Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show discussing the increasing cost food and other commonly used products. Contending with food getting expensive he recommends people should grow their own food. Stating that food can be grown indoors so critters can't get the plants. Asserting people should stock up on non-perishable foods in case of supply chain problems. Pearls of Wisdom Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a study that found that many Americans are vitamin D deficient. A Mexican study found that even those living in areas that get a lot of sunlight there were still deficiencies in vitamin D. Recommending people supplement even in the summer with at least 800 IU daily. Callers James has high blood pressure, kidney disease and arthritic knees. Dorian has a friend diagnosed with vascular dementia. Gloria's brother has prostate cancer and she asks for a supplement program. Ashley has a heart arryhthmia and gives a testimonial on how the products help her sleep better and have more energy. Call Dr. Wallach's live radio program weekdays from noon until 1pm pacific time at 831-685-1080 or toll free at 888-379-2552.

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast
Mike Chappell looks at the state of the Colts at wide receiver with the NFL Draft fast approaching, Sean Salisbury shares some stories from his days working with Adam Sandler, Dan examines the changes in the AFC so far this offseason and where the Colts f

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 139:45


(00:00-26:30) – Tuesday's show begins with Dan talking about Tony Dungy and a new Florida law that was passed that will fund pro-fatherhood programs such as his All Pro Dad program. Plus, Dan takes some phone calls from people thrilled with Dan calling for dads to step up.   (22:44-38:20) – Dan talks on the start of the NBA Playoffs tonight with the NBA Play-In Tournament and the Indiana Fever's draft last night. Plus, some phone calls about the current direction of the Colts.       (38:21-46:05) – Hour number one comes to a close with Dan interacting with the YouTube Chat and evaluating IU baseball's start to the season. (46:06-1:10:17) – The great Sean Salisbury stops by to tells us the tale of how he met and started working films with Adam Sandler. Plus, Sean tells us what it was like having his kids with him on the filming sets and the time he convinced Will Ferrell to do a Harry Caray impersonation while at Ditka's. (1:10:18-1:22:24) – We return from break with Dan answering a question about Trayce Jackson-Davis testing the NBA Draft waters while maintaining college eligibility and what the future may hold for him.     (1:22:25-1:32:56) – Dan chats with Jimmy about the Jaguars opponents next season and whether he thinks they can win more than 6.5 games.        (1:32:57-1:53:01) – The final hour of the show begins with Dan sharing his love for Kid Rock and interacting with the YouTube chat about the musician. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for an opponent by opponent pick for the Jaguars quest for 7 wins. (1:53:02-2:07:57) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 evaluates the moves the Colts have made so far this offseason and whether he thinks they are better off than they were at season's end. Chap also looks at the Colts receiving core and why they desperately need to figure that out (be it the NFL Draft or what's left of free agency).    (2:07:58-2:19:34)– Tuesday's show ends with Dan asking show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Plus, Dan and Jimmy discuss tonight's NBA Play-In Games. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.