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Any full or partial face covering, whether ceremonial, protective, decorative, or used as disguise

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The Rush Limbaugh Show
Weekly Review with Clay and Buck H2 - May 14 2022

The Rush Limbaugh Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 37:24


Are you better off than you were the last day Trump was in office? Clay says he doesn't think many people are. Biden gives speech on inflation, has no answers besides more spending, which will only make it worse. Buck, plays Rick Santelli's "prophetic" statement and agrees, "Prices aren't going back down, folks." We need to run out the clock on Biden in 2022, Clay says and then passionately reiterates. And then we ride the red wave in November. Golden State head coach Steve Kerr coaches playoff game in mask, tests positive anyway. Viral clip from pandemic expert Laurie Garrett in 2018: Masks scare people, but don't work. Dr. Fauci: cult leader of the lockdowners. Rand Paul: Dr. Fauci has normalized untruths. Clay asks: "Have you ever disliked anyone in the public sphere more than you dislike Fauci?" See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

UCA News Podcast
UCA News Weekly Summary, May 13, 2022

UCA News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 12:42


Listen to news from and about the Church in Asia in a capsule around 10 minutes.The arrest of Hong Kong's Cardinal Joseph Zen has sparked global outrage about communist China's iron-fisted grip on freedoms and rights in the former British colony. This story and more in this week's podcast.Filed by UCA News reporters, compiled by Rock Ronald Rozario, edited by Peter Hill, presented by John Laurenson, background score by Andre Louis and produced by Binu Alex for ucanews.comFor news in and about the Church in Asia, visit www.ucanews.comTo contribute please visit www.ucanews.com/donateTwitter Handle: twitter.com/ucanews

Otherwhere
(S2:05) Welcome to a Spectacle of Steam v2

Otherwhere

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 89:38


(S2:05) Welcome to a Spectacle of Steam World 01888 Our heroes find themselves in a world of brass and steam with a mouthful of pizza. Have they discovered the threat to the dimension, or is there more coal-fired action in-store for them? (note: v2 fixes a bit of missing audio) Click here for more information on the city, our heroes, and the multiverse. Like this content? Leave us a review! Otherwhere is produced by Law of Names Games. It's played in Masks: a New Generation, by Magpie Games. Our theme music is composed by Michael Freitag and features Beau Dalleo. Additional music created by Kevin MacLeod, sound effects provided by https://www.zapsplat.com

Freely Given
Vocation and Human Flourishing

Freely Given

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 30:15


If we are saved by faith, not by works...then do our works matter? In this episode Gretchen interviews Mike Berg, author of "Vocation: the Setting for Human Flourishing" and teacher of the free academy course, "Masks of God: The Lutheran Doctrine of Vocation." We discuss how when we have the doctrine of justification established, we are reoriented--not to try to use our works to earn God's favor, but turned outward toward loving our neighbor.  We talk about various areas of vocation, from family, job, civic, and church, as well as how vocation extends to understanding the craft of a job--a job well done.  The doctrine of vocation even ties into human dignity, and how we treat others, and treat their work. The next few weeks, we will continue to interview a few of the teachers of our free academy courses. These courses are great for individual, or even small group use. 1517 puts out such a variety of quality produced, free resources that we just wanted to make you aware of more of them. If you would like to donate to 1517, and partner with us that way, you can do that here: https://www.1517.org/donate Also, we would love to see you at our national conference in San Diego this fall. Registration for that event is here: https://www.1517.org/events/hwss-2022

Dare to Dream with Debbi Dachinger
LISA HAISHA – Unlock #Powers to a Powerful #Mindset Dare to Dream w/ Debbi Dachinger #heal #imposter

Dare to Dream with Debbi Dachinger

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 66:38


Highlights~1.Authenticity, ownership & finding out who you truly are2.Writing your own Eulogy3.Learning what Masks you wear and why4.A Daily Practice to Start with5.How to Accomplish any seemingly Impossible TaskReady for SoulBlazing to Transform your life? My guest is Lisa Haisha who is a life coach, speaker, and author. Her latest book is SoulBlazing: Transform Your Imposters into Superpowers and Live a More Purposeful, Authentic Life. Lisa teaches workshops live and on Zoom on How to Befriend Your Imposters, Know Your Story, and SoulBlaze Your Way to Abundance. Lisa has traveled to over 60 countries gaining wisdom from spiritual leaders and healers, from Bedouins in the mountain of Petra, to the Sufis in Cappadocia. She also hosts two Amazon shows: "SoulBlazing with Lisa Haisha," and "SoulBlazing with Master Teachers." For more: https://www.SoulBlazing.com/Award-winning "Dare to Dream" podcast, enjoyed by listeners for over 14 years with host, Debbi Dachinger, offers strong conversation on metaphysics, quantum creating, law of attraction, healing, and extraterrestrials. Subscribe! Leave a review; we read and appreciate them all! Join me on Instagram: @daretodreampodcast and @debbidachingerDebbi Dachinger is a certified Visibility in Media coach. She coaches people to write a page turner book, takes their book to a guaranteed international bestseller, AND teaches clients how to be interviewed on radio and podcast for massive results. Get your free media visibility information and start now: https://debbidachinger.com/gift#podcast #DebbiDachinger #DareToDream #Instagood #instalove #instawork #instapeople #instatime #health #quantum #Book #spiritual #consciousness #metaphysical #et #transformation #meditate #medicine #ceremony #alien #love #beautiful #happy #tbt #followme #nofilter #life #yoga #amazing #FBF #media #podcaster #apple #paranormal #listening #LisaHaisha #SoulBlazing #prison #superpower #authentic #orphanage #lifecoach #author #transformationalspeaker TVhost #Amazon #AvidTraveler #humanitarian #metaphysicalhealer #imposterThe show is sponsored by DrDainHeer.com and Access Consciousness.

Highlights from The Hard Shoulder
"It will be awhile until we can take masks off forever."

Highlights from The Hard Shoulder

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 7:00


Face masks are set to be no longer mandatory in airports and on flights in Europe. Eoghan Corry, Editor of Air and Travel Magazine joined Kieran and Martina Guiette who had a kidney transplant in 2020, to discuss if we might soon see the end of masks in air travel forever.   Listen and subscribe to The Hard Shoulder on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify.      Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App.     You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'.

The Johnny Massacre Show
100% PROOF THAT MASKS WORK – Johnny Massacre Show 444

The Johnny Massacre Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 7:34


There's been a lot of debate about the efficacy of masks, but finally we have some hard evidence that they not only work but work extremely well. Regardless, many white supremacists are taking off their masks like seflish mass murderers, when really they should be quadruple masking N95s for the rest their lives. If only everyone everywhere wore a mask at the same time and got vaccinated, we could "end the pandemic" and achieve Zero-Covid like China already has. And now … I have CATEGORICAL EVIDENCE that proves ONCE AND FOR ALL that MASKS WORK REALLY WELL and we should CONTINUE TO WEAR MASKS EVEN AFTER MANDATES END. So! Show this video to all the anti-maskers … and DESTROY THEM WITH FACTS! #masks #n95 #covid #mask #maskmandate #covid19

Droids Canada Podcast
The Fact is with Hollis Grant: Masks and a Slave Auction

Droids Canada Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 19:46


While prime minister Justin Trudeau is still wearing his mask in public in Canada on a recent trip to Ukraine the prime minister has not been wearing his mask.  Is this hypocritical?  In breaking news Ontario PC candidate Stephen Leece has been outed as being involved in a ‘slave auction'.

O'Connor & Company
05.11.22: [Hour 4 / 8 AM]: VA Attorney General Jason Miyares, MoCo Council Abortion Money, Baltimore Wants Masks Back, Trump Back On Twitter

O'Connor & Company

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 27:40


In the last hour of the morning show, Larry O'Connor and Bethany Mandel talked to Virginia Attorney General Jason Miyares. They also discussed how Elon Musk is open to allowing President Trump back on Twitter, Montgomergy County's Council prioritizing money for abortions and Baltimore Health Department pushes bringing back masking. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 FM from 5-9 AM ET. To join the conversation, check us out on Twitter: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor, @Jgunlock,and @patrickpinkfile. Show website: https://www.wmal.com/oconnor-company/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Unexplored Places
TRAILER: East Haven Heights

The Unexplored Places

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 1:19


East Haven Heights begins May 17, 2022.    Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/unexploredcast Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/unexploredcast Art by Ben PrevasMusic by Andrew: https://andrewperricone.bandcamp.com/

The Times of Israel Daily Briefing
Israel's biodiversity is in decline. But, so are Covid cases

The Times of Israel Daily Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 17:02


Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday. Health reporter Nathan Jeffay and environment reporter Sue Surkes join host Amanda Borschel-Dan. A state comptroller's report released yesterday found that “around 89% of ecosystems in Israel have declined in terms of biodiversity.” The report also talks about the spread of invasive species. What else does the report say? Masks came off in Israel about three weeks ago. What are we seeing in terms of new Covid infections? Here in Israel, we are able to get a fourth coronavirus vaccine, but that's hardly the case world-wide. A new study underlines the urgency of rolling out a third vaccine dose. Next, we hear about how the human brain appears programmed to overestimate the size of minority groups around it, potentially fueling prejudice. Surkes tells us about the upcoming November environmental awareness relay, "Running out of Time." Discussed articles include: Israeli study shows importance of COVID boosters, lacking in much of the world Prejudice psychology? Israeli study finds brain inflates numbers in minority groups Israel to take part in world's longest non-stop relay to highlight climate change Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. Illustrative image: A small green sea turtle makes his way through the sand towards the sea after hatching from a nest, at Palmachim Beach on August 17, 2020. (Mila Aviv/Flash90) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Big Gay Nerds
Big Gay Nerds: Episode 228 (Masks 4.4)

Big Gay Nerds

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 63:04


The freshly-named NEW WAVE are staring down the barrel of a hero review that could spell death, or at least interstellar embarrassment, if they don't get their act together; however, they've always struggled to train without heavy property and/or emotional damage. Will a little help from Asterion be just what they need, or are the vibes unsalvageable? Juno tries to play nice, Pate gets tactical, Pipa gets hands-on, and Luke makes it weird. Music by Perennial Sounds LLC

The Rush Limbaugh Show
Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show H1 – May 10 2022

The Rush Limbaugh Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 37:24


Are you better off than you were the last day Trump was in office? Clay says he doesn't think many people are. Biden gives speech on inflation, has no answers besides more spending, which will only make it worse. Buck, plays Rick Santelli's "prophetic" statement and agrees, "Prices aren't going back down, folks." We need to run out the clock on Biden in 2022, Clay says and then passionately reiterates. And then we ride the red wave in November. Golden State head coach Steve Kerr coaches playoff game in mask, tests positive anyway. Viral clip from pandemic expert Laurie Garrett in 2018: Masks scare people, but don't work. Dr. Fauci: cult leader of the lockdowners. Rand Paul: Dr. Fauci has normalized untruths. Clay asks: "Have you ever disliked anyone in the public sphere more than you dislike Fauci?" See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RAD Radio
05.10.22 RAD 09 Germophobic and Wearing A Masks

RAD Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 14:10


Germophobic and Wearing A MasksSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Barbarian Noetics with Conan Tanner
Bird Flu Bonanza and the Biowarfare Blues

Barbarian Noetics with Conan Tanner

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 118:45


What's up to my celestial starfish and satiny scrotum frogs! (Yes- they are real. And I'm here for it.)Welcome back to the BNP everyone and thank you so much for listening! This episode is a wild one folks! We kick things off with some highly zany audio tidbits to get your mind a-kickin'. We then dive into the audio from this week's Barbarian Yak Fest, with the inimitable Dr. Sylvie Salinger! Dr. Sylvie and I chat about all sorts of salient topics, such as the psychological impact on young minds when they're told for two years that they are dirty disease vectors whose hugs can kill grandpa. That has caused deep trauma and existential fear among our youngsters, and it's going to take some time and real effort to remedy that damage. Next we visit the sketchy and shadowy world of the "Gain of Function Industrial Complex," a reckless and convoluted web of U.S. funded "research" Biolabs around the world, all busy cooking up every conceivable manner of dangerous and terrible biowarfare fuckery. Viruses don't usually just "jump species" willy-nilly in Nature, it takes them many years. These psychos are playing God and we are paying the price. Bat virus anyone? How about some migratory bird flus? Sounds like a good time. We look at who is benefiting from the continued funding of these villainous labs.Lastly, we dive into some more details around the current bird flu crisis that is decimating chicken stocks around the world. If you have chickens, treat them like gold! Few sources of protein are as clean and nutritious as a backyard hen's eggs.Subscribe to the Barbarian Yak Fest video show! Find us on Rumble here and on Rokfin here. Thanks! Won't you please rate, review and subscribe to the BNP wherever you listen to podcasts?Help me stay on the air by becoming a beloved patron at www.patreon.com/noetics.  Signing up at any tier gets you a complimentary pangolin signed by former NIH chief Francis Collins! Act now: signed pangolins going fast!Or, make a one-time, small donation at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/noetics! Check me out on IG @ barbarian_noetics!Email the pod at: barbarian.noetics@gmail.comUntil next week,be exquisite to one another,and kind and compassionate towards yourself.One Love,Little Raven KAWWTRACKLIST FOR THIS EPISODE The Ventures - Hawaii 5-0 Dykotomi - Corvid CrunkJubilant Day Upbeat Lo Fi MixNormandy Beach Party - Chatting In The Garden Lo Fi MixTokyo Rose - Midnight ChaseBank of International Settlements Goon Augusten Carstens Speaks on Central Bank Digital Currencies (YIKES)When the Cash Is Over (BNP Original Edit)Hopeton Lewis - Grooving Out On Life Self Healing Collective - 528 Hz Talk With God (Binaural Beats)The Coasters - Yakety YakPuentes - Q'uantatitaH.E.R. - Lost Souls feat. DJ ScratchLINKSFood Distribution Fires: https://thefreethoughtproject.com/multiple-large-food-processing-distribution-plants-in-us-have-recently-exploded-or-burned-down/Ice Age Farmer (Food Sovereignty): https://www.iceagefarmer.com/Support the show

Law of Fojo
032 - Tammy K. Clark from Stand Up Michigan on Face Masks and COVID-19

Law of Fojo

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 72:27


In this episode, Robert Fojo welcomes Tammy K. Clark. Tammy is an OSHA environmental health and safety professional, court-approved subject matter expert in the field of PPE, respirators, and testing requirements, and executive director of Stand Up Michigan. Tammy explains how and why face mask mandates violated all of OSHA's guidelines, including a multi-disciplinary approach for responding to pandemics that has been used for decades; the fact that masks were ineffective at preventing the spread of COVID-19; and the many documented harms, particularly to children and their development, from prolonged mask use.

WBBM Newsradio's 4:30PM News To Go
3 CPD officers hurt in Eisenhower crash while pursing suspect running on foot

WBBM Newsradio's 4:30PM News To Go

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 7:16


Also in the news: Candidate for governor takes jabs at Pritzker over COVID deaths at veterans home; CPS is announcing a new mental health and suicide prevention program; Westwood College students in Chicago might receive federal loan forgiveness; Masks might be required if COVID cases increase; and much more. 

The Filmmakers Podcast
”The Office”, ”Grey's Anatomy”, “Curb Your Enthusiasm” – masterclass in directing & editing TV and documentaries with Roger Nygard

The Filmmakers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 63:18


Today, we welcome director & editor Roger Nygard to the show! His long list of credits includes Trekkies (1997), The Office (2006), The Truth about Marriage (2018), Grey's Anatomy (2018), Who is America (2018), Veep (2016), Curb Your Enthusiasm (2007), and many, many more. Roger chatted with our host, Giles Alderson, about how he got into editing in the first place, how he directs and edits documentaries and how he raises money for his films, his pitching strategies, and his famous documentary Trekkies. He also talks about the difference between editing comedy vs drama as well as the difference between editing TV vs feature film, his editing process in general, and his new book, Cut to the monkey. We had an amazing time with Roger. This conversation is a true masterclass for all directors, editors, documentary filmmakers and all filmmakers in general out there, really – it's incredible. So, sit back, relax and enjoy this week's episode with Roger Nygard.   EPISODE LINKS Check out Roger's book Cut to the monkey Take part in the Web Series Challenge | Action Xtreme Ltd Support THE DROP - Short Film | Indiegogo Get your tickets to see Riptide + director Q&A - The Castle Cinema   PATREON Big thank you to: Lee Hutchings Marli J Monroe Want your name in the show notes or some great bonus material on filmmaking? Join our Patreon for bonus episodes, industry survival guides and feedback on your film projects! Our new 4 tier structure is in place. Come join the community! https://www.patreon.com/thefilmmakerspodcast   MERCH Spread the Word with Our Merch T-Shirts, Hoodies, Mugs, Masks and Water Bottles all now available in some very cool designs.   SUPPORT THE PODCAST Read & Sign Up for The Wrap Up – Our weekly Newsletter with news and information from the world of film Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Podbean, or wherever you get your podcasts. Help us out and write us a review (a good one!), tell your friends and CHOOSE FILM. Get in touch? Email us thefilmmakerspodcast@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter Facebook and Instagram Check out our full episode archive at TheFilmmakersPodcast.com   CREDITS The Filmmakers Podcast is hosted, produced and written by Giles Alderson @gilesalderson Edited by @tobiasvees Social Media by Kalli Pasqualucci @kallieep Marketing Huw Siddle Logo and Banner Art by Lois Creative  Theme Music by John J. Harvey Part of the www.podfixnetwork.squarespace.com   WATCH OUR FILMS The Dare UK | Trailer The Dare Canada and USA A Serial Killers Guide to Life | Trailer Arthur & Merlin: Knights of Camelot Winter Ridge UK The Isle Fanged Up The Marker Star Wars: Origins   MORE FROM OUR FRIENDS Follow our Regular Hosts @LucindaRhodes @DirDomLenoir @35mmdop @philmblog @IanSharp1 @Cjamesdirect @dan710ths Follow Make Your Film for Live Events @makeyourfilm20  Follow our Movies @thedaremovie @Food4ThoughtDoc @FangedUpFilm Raindance events www.raindance.org The Filmmakers Podcast recommends Performance Insurance Music from musicbed.com Giles Alderson's website

The Old Ways Podcast
The Old Ways Podcast - Masks of Nyarlathotep - Season 4, Sam & The Dutchman

The Old Ways Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 56:38


With an opportunity to investigate a man Sigmund deemed a drunkard, Sam sets out to compel the Dutchman, Janwillem Van Heuvelen, to go over what he told the doctor and gets far more than he'd bargained for.

Jim and Them
Amber Heard Does Coke In Court - #725 Part 1

Jim and Them

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 93:40


COVID: A very special episode of Jim and Them as one of the boys FINALLY got COVID.Amber Heard Vs. Johnny Depp: Amber Heard is so brazen and confident that SHE IS DOING COKE IN COURT!Drew Barrymore: Drew Barrymore has to apologize for being just like everyone else that is paying attention to the Depp/Heard trial.JOB!, LAUNDROMAT!, KAFKAESQUE!, BREAKING BAD!, SPECIAL EPISODE!, FINALLY HAPPENED!, YOUR BOY GOT COVID!, COUGHIN!, SNIFFLES!, REAL ONES!, ZOOM SHOW!, COVID IS OVER?!, POKEFLU!, ANTIBODIES!, PATREON!, MOON KNIGHT!, LAS VEGAS STRIP!, HERBS AND RYE!, SIDES!, SICK!, COUGH!, BIO-WEAPON!, METALLIC TASTE!, FLU!, TASTE AND SMELL!, SCRATCHY THROAT!, STUFFY NOSE!, LYME DISEASE!, THE BOY WHO TURNED EVERYTHING TO CHOCOLATE!, BOOK!, MIDAS!, SO TIRED!, ALWAYS TIRED!, VAXX SHOT COVID!, WALGREENS!, CLINICAL TRIALS!, MEDICATION!, IVERMECTIN!, OPIATE!, FETANYL!, MASKS!, JUDGMENT!, PUBLIC!, DR STRANGE!, GROCERY STORE!, CDC GUIDELINES!, EXPERIMENTAL SHOT!, BREAKING BAD!, BETTER CALL SAUL!, REWATCH!, BINGE!, WHAT'S BETTER!, AMBER HEARD!, JOHNNY DEPP!, COKE!, COURT!, PUBLIC!, TISSUE!, TELEVISED!, HUBRIS!, PMS!, FAT PIG!, KAREN!, PUT ON!, JEALOUSY!, CONTROLLING!, AQUAMAN!, PASSED OUT!, VIBING!, ERIN!, MAGIC MIKE XXL!, KEVIN NASH!, BIG SEXY!, 5AM!, PAUL BETTANY!, JAMES FRANCO!, MEETING!, SPECIES!, COFFEE!, ISAAC!, PENTHOUSE!, MANSIONS!, DRUG DEALER!, ACLU!, DIVORCE!, 7 MILLION!, OP-ED!, DREW BARRYMORE!, ANTHONY ANDERSON!, APOLOGY!, CANCELLED!, PERSONAL LIVES!, BLACK-ISH!, FRESH OFF THE BOAT!, KIM'S CONVENIENCE!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!

Honest Offense
89: Professor Fired for Recommending Masks — Michael Phillips

Honest Offense

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 61:59


It's easy to defend speech you agree with. But the fight for free speech truly begin when you support someone with whom you disagree. Which makes this conversation I had with professor Michael Phillips particularly significant. Michael Phillips is a history professor at Collin College in McKinney, Texas. He spoke out about the College's response to the pandemic on his personal social media. According to the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), "In reference to the College's decision to open for in-person learning in the fall of 2020, Phillips posted, '[T]hat feeling when your employer doesn't value your health and safety.' Phillips also publicly shared a slide in which College faculty were told they could not request, require, or recommend wearing masks at the beginning of the fall 2021 term. Phillips later recommended masking in a history course covering the history of pandemics and preventative measures. Ultimately, Collin College terminated Phillips, citing his speech." Professor Phillips is suing the college, with the help of FIRE, on the grounds that the college violated Professor Phillips' First Amendment right to free speech. Coverage by FIRE: https://www.thefire.org/cases/collin-community-college-district-history-professor-fired-for-talking-about-history-criticizing-the-colleges-covid-19-response/ Coverage in the Texas Tribune: https://www.texastribune.org/2022/03/08/collin-college-free-speech-lawsuit/ Coverage in the Dallas Observer: https://www.dallasobserver.com/news/fired-history-professor-michael-phillips-sues-collin-college-over-free-speech-violations-13560474 Support FIRE: https://thefire.org/ –––– Support the podcast and join the Honest Offense community at https://honestoffense.locals.com Eric Cervone on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ericcervone Eric Cervone on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ericcervone https://www.ericcervone.com/

Simply Scuba
Which Fins Are Best? | Deco Stop Podcast | @simplyscuba

Simply Scuba

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 38:05


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The Situation with Michael Brown
COVID is Here To Stay - Masks and COVID Shots

The Situation with Michael Brown

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 35:03


Afternoon Drive with John Maytham
How do masks affect child development?

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 9:38


Guest: Prof Mignon McCulloch is the chairperson of the SA Pediatrician Association, and she joins John to speak to the concerns of a very distressed mother that phoned The Afternoon Drive with the question of whether wearing a protective mask may pose a danger to a child's development.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Biofriendly Podcast
Why Methane Masks on Cows are a Bad Idea and More!

The Biofriendly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 52:12


We've got a portable desalination unit from MIT, a plastic-eating enzyme, a tire dust collector and a timber thief turned good! All on This Week in Green for March 6th, 2022. 

The Situation with Michael Brown
5-6 - CDC Renews RECOMENDATION for Masks

The Situation with Michael Brown

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 5:49


The REAL David Knight Show
Thr 5May22 DHS Unites Ministries of Truth & Love Under "Miss Information" Nina Jank

The REAL David Knight Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 181:37


* Abortion has caused Biden to be "born again" on God-given "natural rights", a concept he has disdained his entire political career. Is his testimony phony?* "It's the economy, stupid"? Maybe it's the stupid economy. Interest rates pop. Home mortgage rate is the same as it was in 1960. But how does the interest paid on savings accounts compare?* "Ministry of Truth" and "Ministry of Love" weren't united in Orwell, but they are under "Miss Information", Nina Jank* PayPal is now weaponized against independent news — by whom?* Women not coming back into the workforce after lockdown. Here's why…* Church resurrects dead school in Loudon County, VA — epicenter of the parent vs school board fights. But can the church resurrect the family? TOPICS by SEGMENTSegment 1*"Ministry of Truth" and "Ministry of Love" weren't united in Orwell, but they are under "Miss Information", Nina Jank* PayPal Weaponized Against #FreeSpeech— but by whom? Matt Tiabbi, includes yours truly in his account of what PayPal is doing to attack independent media financiallySegment 2 begins approximately 00:32:26* Psaki says the new Ministry of Truth is just a continuation of CISA. Here's what CISA is about, and why Aaron Swartz died trying to stop it* Taylor Lorenz steps in it again — this time lying that Drudge is harassing her. Most interestingly, Matt Drudge gets personally involved. Here's what I know about DrudgeSegment 3 begins approximately 00:50:30* China demands Statue of Liberty be removed from film. Sony considers, but declines* Abortion has caused Biden to be "born again" on God-given "natural rights", a concept he has disdained his entire political career. Is his testimony phony?* FLASHBACK >>> Nine years ago, on the 40th anniversary of Roe v Wade, Ginsberg, the icon of leftists and feminists, TRASHED the left's idea about Roe. And there was ANOTHER zinger about a prior abortion case she had been counsel* Interest rates raised by Fed 50 basis point (half a percent)* Republican Rick Scott (FL) is angry that low income people "don't have skin the game" on income tax. It begs the question — WHY DO WE HAVE AN INCOME TAX when it's irrelevant to the deficit and the deficit is irrelevant to politicians?Segment 4 begins approximately 01:05:09* Parental groups push back against Biden telling teachers that children are theirs, brag that they are NOT surrendering their children and not co-parenting. They are WRONG * Kirk Cameron, new documentary on the JOY of homeschooling * The Hill to Die On — For Our Children. Will we die on the hill trying to reform schools? Or will we enjoy the time God has given us with our children to have a deeper relationship as we train them? Will churches help parents or will churches seek to replace parents?Segment 5 begins approximately 01:30:56* Surprise Trump endorsement in Indiana. Both Left and Right are ignoring his real influence* Citizen group, 607 Predator Hunters, catches child predator who is also News Director for NBC's WETM in NY. He says they hate gaysSegment 6 begins approximately 01:48:09* CLIP Comedian JonTron spoofs mainstream disinfo* Musk's Twitter purchase will need a little help from his friends — will his PayPal pals pay?* Musk is attacked by the usual suspects funded by Soros, allied with Clinton. What are they demanding?* While Naomi Judd's suicide is in the news, Vermont legalizes remote prescription of assisted suicide drugs* Op-ed repeats Puritan's advice to pastors — "I speak as a dying man to dying men" Segment 7 begins approximately 02:11:42* "It's the economy, stupid"? Maybe it's the stupid economy. Or the stupid arrogance of Biden and his command economy and sanctions* Women not coming back into the workforce after lockdown. Here's why… * Home mortgage rate is the same as it was in 1960. But how does the interest paid on savings accounts compare?Segment 8 begins approximately 02:31:17Listener questionsInflation is already pushing up Real Estate Property Taxes! Segment 9 begins approximately 02:42:24* NOT SATIRE: VICE pushes horse medication as DIY abortion concoction* Elizabeth Warren goes on war path about Roe hysterically (in BOTH senses of the word) screaming* Hollywood celebrities plumb the depths of hypocrisy on Roe v Masks and Roe v Vaccines* PBS reporter astonished that pregnancies turn into children. But she pushes the Molech argument for abortionFind out more about the show and where you can watch it at TheDavidKnightShow.comIf you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-show Or you can send a donation throughZelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.comCash App at:  $davidknightshowBTC to:  bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7Mail: David Knight POB 1323 Elgin, TX 78621

The David Knight Show
Thr 5May22 DHS Unites Ministries of Truth & Love Under "Miss Information" Nina Jank

The David Knight Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 181:37


* Abortion has caused Biden to be "born again" on God-given "natural rights", a concept he has disdained his entire political career. Is his testimony phony?* "It's the economy, stupid"? Maybe it's the stupid economy. Interest rates pop. Home mortgage rate is the same as it was in 1960. But how does the interest paid on savings accounts compare?* "Ministry of Truth" and "Ministry of Love" weren't united in Orwell, but they are under "Miss Information", Nina Jank* PayPal is now weaponized against independent news — by whom?* Women not coming back into the workforce after lockdown. Here's why…* Church resurrects dead school in Loudon County, VA — epicenter of the parent vs school board fights. But can the church resurrect the family? TOPICS by SEGMENTSegment 1*"Ministry of Truth" and "Ministry of Love" weren't united in Orwell, but they are under "Miss Information", Nina Jank* PayPal Weaponized Against #FreeSpeech— but by whom? Matt Tiabbi, includes yours truly in his account of what PayPal is doing to attack independent media financiallySegment 2 begins approximately 00:32:26* Psaki says the new Ministry of Truth is just a continuation of CISA. Here's what CISA is about, and why Aaron Swartz died trying to stop it* Taylor Lorenz steps in it again — this time lying that Drudge is harassing her. Most interestingly, Matt Drudge gets personally involved. Here's what I know about DrudgeSegment 3 begins approximately 00:50:30* China demands Statue of Liberty be removed from film. Sony considers, but declines* Abortion has caused Biden to be "born again" on God-given "natural rights", a concept he has disdained his entire political career. Is his testimony phony?* FLASHBACK >>> Nine years ago, on the 40th anniversary of Roe v Wade, Ginsberg, the icon of leftists and feminists, TRASHED the left's idea about Roe. And there was ANOTHER zinger about a prior abortion case she had been counsel* Interest rates raised by Fed 50 basis point (half a percent)* Republican Rick Scott (FL) is angry that low income people "don't have skin the game" on income tax. It begs the question — WHY DO WE HAVE AN INCOME TAX when it's irrelevant to the deficit and the deficit is irrelevant to politicians?Segment 4 begins approximately 01:05:09* Parental groups push back against Biden telling teachers that children are theirs, brag that they are NOT surrendering their children and not co-parenting. They are WRONG * Kirk Cameron, new documentary on the JOY of homeschooling * The Hill to Die On — For Our Children. Will we die on the hill trying to reform schools? Or will we enjoy the time God has given us with our children to have a deeper relationship as we train them? Will churches help parents or will churches seek to replace parents?Segment 5 begins approximately 01:30:56* Surprise Trump endorsement in Indiana. Both Left and Right are ignoring his real influence* Citizen group, 607 Predator Hunters, catches child predator who is also News Director for NBC's WETM in NY. He says they hate gaysSegment 6 begins approximately 01:48:09* CLIP Comedian JonTron spoofs mainstream disinfo* Musk's Twitter purchase will need a little help from his friends — will his PayPal pals pay?* Musk is attacked by the usual suspects funded by Soros, allied with Clinton. What are they demanding?* While Naomi Judd's suicide is in the news, Vermont legalizes remote prescription of assisted suicide drugs* Op-ed repeats Puritan's advice to pastors — "I speak as a dying man to dying men" Segment 7 begins approximately 02:11:42* "It's the economy, stupid"? Maybe it's the stupid economy. Or the stupid arrogance of Biden and his command economy and sanctions* Women not coming back into the workforce after lockdown. Here's why… * Home mortgage rate is the same as it was in 1960. But how does the interest paid on savings accounts compare?Segment 8 begins approximately 02:31:17Listener questionsInflation is already pushing up Real Estate Property Taxes! Segment 9 begins approximately 02:42:24* NOT SATIRE: VICE pushes horse medication as DIY abortion concoction* Elizabeth Warren goes on war path about Roe hysterically (in BOTH senses of the word) screaming* Hollywood celebrities plumb the depths of hypocrisy on Roe v Masks and Roe v Vaccines* PBS reporter astonished that pregnancies turn into children. But she pushes the Molech argument for abortionFind out more about the show and where you can watch it at TheDavidKnightShow.comIf you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-show Or you can send a donation throughZelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.comCash App at:  $davidknightshowBTC to:  bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7Mail: David Knight POB 1323 Elgin, TX 78621

ASCO Daily News
How AA & NHPI Aggregation Masks Cancer Disparities

ASCO Daily News

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 23:08


Guest host Dr. Fumiko Chino, a radiation oncologist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, leads a discussion on how the continual improper aggregation of Asian American (AA) and Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander (NHPI) populations downplays cancer disparities with Dr. Scarlett Lin Gomez, a professor in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostats at UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center, and Dr. Kekoa Taparra, a radiation oncology resident at Stanford University.   Transcript Dr. Fumiko Chino: Hello, I'm Dr. Fumiko Chino, a radiation oncologist and Health Equity researcher at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and the guest host of the ASCO Daily News Podcast today.  In today's episode, we'll explore the unequal burden of cancer across diverse communities, specifically looking at how the continual improper aggregation of Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and other Pacific Islander populations mask cancer disparities.  Joining me for this discussion are Dr. Scarlett Lin Gomez, a professor in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostats at the UCSF, Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center, and Dr. Kekoa Taparra, a radiation oncology resident at Stanford University.  My guest and I have no conflicts related to our topic today. Our full disclosures are available in the show notes and disclosures for all guests on the podcast can be found on our transcripts at ASCO.orgpodcasts. We've all agreed to go by our first names. Scarlett and Kekoa, it's great to have you on the podcast today.  Dr. Scarlett Lin Gomez: Thank you so much. Great to be here.  Dr. Kekoa Taparra: Thank you.  Dr. Fumiko Chino: I'm so excited to start. My first question is just really general, which is can you describe your background, how you got into this research and why it's really meaningful for you and your community.  I can start just a little bit with myself. I'm Japanese American, my grandfather came to the United States before World War II and was actually excluded from coming into the United States under the Asian Exclusion Act.  He managed to come into the country walking up from Chile, ultimately started a farm in the United States, but was interned during World War II under Executive Order Act 9066. And he and my father and the family suffered some hardships from that but managed to rebuild.  I think kind of overall, I've been interested in how Asian communities and groups within Asian America and other race and ethnicity groups have had differing experiences within the American history and within American health, and specifically within cancer. Scarlett, can you go ahead and tell me just a little bit about yourself?  Dr. Scarlett Lin Gomez: Absolutely. I think that we find amongst ourselves who identify as Asian-American, Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander, that many of our unique experiences, life experiences, do have an impact on the cancer research that we do today.  I am a first-generation Taiwanese American. My family came over after the repeal of the Asian Exclusion Act in the early-mid-70s. Like many Asian American families, we settled where we already had some family here in the United States, and so that happened for us to be in central Washington state.  I grew up in central Washington, a very largely rural homogeneously non-Hispanic White population, and went to school largely in Spokane, Washington. So, eastern Washington.  During my time growing up there, I certainly, and my family had experiences with structural racism. I definitely saw firsthand among my family and our social networks cancer as a very strong cultural stigma.  For example, my grandmother's colorectal cancer diagnosis was actually never disclosed to her. In fact, this is very common among many Asian cultural populations. I also observed firsthand the relevance of our neighborhoods, our neighborhood environments, our social environments, and the structural context within which we live, work, and play, and how that really has a strong impact, not only on our access to health care but health behaviors and degree of social connections.  I then moved to the San Francisco Bay Area. You can certainly imagine the vastly different cultural and structural and neighborhood environments of that in the Bay Area compared to growing up in central and eastern Washington.  This is in fact—little to my knowledge—actually largely shaped the area of research that I chose to go into. In my doctoral dissertation, I had the opportunity to be introduced to and become involved with working with cancer registry data.  I was actually surprised to learn that in fact, within Cancer Registry data, there were some several dozen codes for distinct Asian American, Native Hawaiian, [and] Pacific Islander ethnic groups, yet for me, it was surprising: why don't we see any statistics by these specific ethnic codes?  In fact, we continue to see statistics for the Asian American population, Asian American Pacific Islander population aggregated as a whole. So, I set out for my dissertation to understand a very non-sexy doctoral dissertation topic to understand the quality of that data and how can we get the data to a point where we could start to report on statistics for disaggregated populations. That has really become a whole research program for my group today.  Dr. Fumiko Chino: It's so nice to hear the history of how you got into that and even just if you had happened to end up in New York City, maybe your research could have gone a different direction. Kekoa, can you tell me a little bit about your history and what brought you to do the research that you do today?  Dr. Kekoa Taparra: Yeah, absolutely. I am part Native Hawaiian from both my mom's and my dad's side. And just as a note, when we say Native Hawaiian, it's not the same as saying, native Californian or native Texan. That's not what I'm talking about. I'm indigenous Native Hawaiian, from both my mom's and my dad's side.  I actually had the good fortune to attend the Kamehameha schools. That's a school for indigenous Native Hawaiian youth in Hawaii.  And so, I grew up learning a lot about our history or culture throughout the Pacific, from Melanesia to Micronesia, and Polynesia. And so, with that kind of sense of identity, I really got a grasp of our community and our community's needs. And within my own family, I've had 10 family members, all of whom were Native Hawaiian, all die from cancer.  That was something that I grew up with just thinking that cancer was just something that people couldn't overcome. It wasn't really until college that I got really interested in research, and that led to my eventual attending of Johns Hopkins. I was in the lab of Dr. Phuoc Tran, who was an MD, PhD, radiation oncologist, and he was really the first to bring me into the clinic and I'll never forget, the first time he ever told the patient, “Let's cure your cancer.”  That was just something that I'd never heard before, given all my family members really struggled with different types of cancer diagnoses, none of them had the same thing. And so, really, from that point on, that's what inspired me to go to medical school. And towards the end of my medical school years, when I was actually applying for radiation oncology, I was a true bench scientist, and I'm a lab rat—that's where I've always belonged and felt like I belonged. But towards the end of medical school, when I was interviewing for radiation oncology, I met one of my mentors, Dr. Curtiland Deville Jr., at [Johns] Hopkins.  He was really the first to, at least through my application, recognize the kind of cultural and historical context of what I've been through, what my family and my community in Hawaii, we call lāhui, what our lāhui has gone through. And so, he really encouraged me to write about it.  That's kind of how I've ended up in this niche of speaking on Pacific Islander health. Again, just full disclosure, as a part Native Hawaiian, I can't even speak for the whole lāhui. I'll speak for myself and what I know.  Again, the Native Hawaiian lāhui is very different from the rest of the Pacific Islands. But overall, I do research Pacific Islander health.    Dr. Fumiko Chino: I love having both of you on this podcast because I feel your voices are so unique, but again, you also represent sort of different ends of the spectrum in terms of your research career, someone who's a little bit more senior and someone who's more junior.  I think that really gives us a well-rounded perspective. Scarlett, can you tell me just a little bit about the history of Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander aggregation and why it might be a problem?  Dr. Scarlett Lin Gomez: I honestly don't know why the data are aggregated for. We're talking about people who come from 30 different countries and speak more than 100 different languages.  My guess is that historically, we have tended to aggregate because of convenience, but potentially also just lack of knowledge about the vast heterogeneity among these populations.  And so, I think for us who do research in this field, our hope is that by continually putting out the data that we can start to educate folks about why it is harmful, in fact, to aggregate.  Why is this a problem? I think that we hide disparities. In fact, if you look, I think part of the reason why the practice of aggregation has continued is because when you look at the aggregated statistics, with regards to cancer, it actually paints a very rosy picture for the most part, for most cancer statistics that we look at.  That's because the data are largely based on the largest groups, statistically the largest groups of those who potentially have been here the longest, but in fact, when we disaggregate, we know dramatic heterogeneity, as we would expect, because we know socio-demographically and based on immigration patterns and language patterns, these populations are really different.  So, we would expect, in fact, we do see that translate into differences in cancer outcomes. I will give a direct answer to your question about why this is a problem. I like to note the very poignant story of Susan Shinagawa, who is a Japanese American woman who was diagnosed with breast cancer. She's also my friend and colleague, and she was one of the first advocates who really inspired me in doing this research.  And so, her story is that she had to go to 3 different surgical oncologists to finally have her very prominent breast lump biopsied and looked at. She will recall that the reasons why she had to go to all these different surgeons was because they continuously told her, “You can't have breast cancer. You're Asian, and you're too young. Asian women don't get breast cancer." Her story isn't unusual.  I think the other harm in aggregation is that the community then thinks that our risks of cancer are low and that this doesn't affect us, and in some of the first publications we put out, there was a paper where we documented both high survival rates among Asian immigrant women, as well as high rates among young Asian American women for breast cancer. This was published in the American Journal of Public Health in 2011.  I actually received personally several emails from Asian women out in the community saying, because we had received quite a bit of press, this was reported out in the media, and they noted to me that they themselves were shocked when they were diagnosed with the disease because they thought that this was a “white old woman disease.” But in fact, it's not.  I have a strong family history of breast cancer, as many of us do, and other cancer sites. And so, I think that perpetuates not only the model minority myth but the cultural stigma of cancer as a disease.  Dr. Fumiko Chino: I can't wait until those oncologists that passed her by find out about the history of lung cancer in young Asian American women.  Scarlett, can you talk a little bit and I know you had mentioned this before, in terms of when you first started digging into some of the data, how challenging this research can be in terms of, for example, do every databases have granular data in terms of the Asian races and countries of origin, ethnicities?  Dr. Scarlett Lin Gomez: I think it's incredibly challenging and as an epidemiologist, we need the data. That's if we don't have the data, we don't even have a place to start. I think we've been fortunate to some extent within the cancer space in that the major databases that we really rely on to report the burden of cancer among our various groups do, in fact, have a fairly good capture of detailed Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander codes, yet there is much that can be improved. The information on place of birth, for example, is really incomplete.  Also, our group has really started working with data from electronic health records. And that is highly variable in terms of data capture availability, the granularity of codes, and the availability of the relevant variables like birthplace and language across the different groups.  So, I do firmly believe, and I would call to action that I think we need to make a concerted effort to improve the granularity of data that are being collected.  I think the other challenge that has really come about is the small data problem. I think that our epidemiologic and clinical toolbox is very limited in terms of what we can do, analytically with small populations. But I would put forth that just because a population is small in numbers doesn't mean that they're any less important.  And so, I think that we need to do better in terms of developing better methodological and statistical approaches to being able to not only quantify but understand the burden of cancer in all of our populations.    We also need better approaches to begin to study the intersectionality of multiple marginalized social determinants, statuses, language, and ensure language inclusion in terms of really being able to adequately study and incorporate and include these populations.  Dr. Fumiko Chino: Can you talk specifically about some of the disparities that you've actually uncovered with your research? What are we talking about when we say that aggregation masks disparities? If I just say, Asian Americans are doing great from a cancer standpoint, what am I missing?  Dr. Scarlett Lin Gomez: One particular disparity I can certainly highlight is the high burden that we recently documented in a publication last year in the Journal of National Cancer Institute that documented the high rates of lung cancer among certain groups of Asian-American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander females who have no history of smoking.  Ours was the first study to actually show what the rates of lung cancer are in these particular groups. And it's particularly high—1.5 to 2 times higher among some of the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander groups compared to non-Hispanic White female never smokers.  When we look across the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander ethnic groups, we note that there are differences in that risk. One example is that among Chinese American females 80% who have been diagnosed with lung cancer have no history of smoking, the vast majority, 80% have never smoked, in contrast to smaller percentages among, for example, Native Hawaiian and some Pacific Islander groups.  Another pattern in terms of heterogeneity is that we actually did not notice the higher rates of lung cancer among Japanese American female never smokers. And this is an interesting observation, we actually note similar patterns for Japanese American women for breast cancer as an example, and this is something that definitely needs further follow-up.  In fact, we're conducting a study right now called “FANS: Female Patient Never Smokers,” which is the first study to try to identify genetic and epidemiological risk factors for lung cancer among Asian-American females who have never smoked.  Dr. Fumiko Chino: Kekoa, can you speak about what your research has shown?  Dr. Kekoa Taparra: Yeah, definitely. From the perspective of a recent paper that we published in the JAMA Network Open, we looked specifically at the Hawaii Tumor Registry looking at patients in Hawaii, who were treated for premalignancy, the DCIS (ductal carcinoma in situ).  What we found were the patients who ended up developing a second breast cancer after being treated for that first DCIS [that] the rates of the second malignancies both from ipsilateral and contralateral breast cancer were primarily seen in Native Hawaiians. Also, to some extent, Filipinos as well compared to other Asian ethnic groups.  I think that there are definitely some trends that we continue to see in terms of who might potentially be at higher risk, but in other work that we have presented at [2021] ASCO Quality Care Symposium (Abstract 80) with yourself, we found that in terms of it in things like overall survival, there are potential differences in terms of Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islanders as well as even Southeast and East Asian groups.  And so, I think there's a lot of work to be done in terms of what are the kind of implications for disaggregation? What are appropriate techniques for data disaggregation? What is too much to disaggregate because we can disaggregate for a Native Hawaiian female who is from a specific zip code and who never smoked, and like, is that kind of the data disaggregation that we end up wanting, or is there something a little bit broader, that still tells us the same story of who should we be paying attention to?  And so, I think there are a lot of unanswered questions. I think that Scarlett is doing amazing, amazing work that I continually follow. So, I think there's a lot to be done still.  Dr. Fumiko Chino: So, I guess that leads to my next question, which is the concluding question, which is, what is the next step? So, how do we either: get better data or how do we actually intervene?  So, Scarlett, I know you had talked a little bit about the FANS study. Can you talk a little bit about your breast cancer cohort study in terms of really thinking about getting together diverse data sets and making sure that it's powerful enough to actually draw some conclusions?  Dr. Scarlett Lin Gomez: Absolutely. Breast cancer is actually a really interesting disease that I think we are in the midst of seeing a very interesting and dynamic pattern of breast cancer.  We actually noted recently, in a small study in the Bay Area, that we may be seeing a reversal of higher rates among Asian American immigrant women compared to those who were born here. I think actually, this makes sense.  If we think about, especially in the San Francisco Bay Area, who were the immigrants over the past 10, 20, and 30 years. And in fact, we are seeing very high, rapidly increasing rates of breast cancer within many of the East Asian countries.  And so, I think we are really undertaking work to try to understand what some of these patterns are, but I think we are really well-positioned to invest in cancer research among Asian Americans, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islanders, because of these dynamic patterns, and the vast heterogeneity that we know exist within these groups.  I think that investing in research among these groups can really tell us a lot in terms of the discovery of novel risk factors. My last final thought would be to the funders out there to really think about what we can learn by focusing on these populations, but also being able to study the disparities that really have gone ignored for a long time.  Dr. Fumiko Chino: Kekoa, can you talk about some research that you have coming up that may or may not have recently been funded?  Dr. Kekoa Taparra: Absolutely. One of the things I definitely have to appreciate from ASCO is having the opportunity to kind of publish our work in JCO Oncology Practice on a paper with the historical context of Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islanders with cancer.  Actually, a recent project that I have had, and I've been working on for the past year, really came about from a physician out actually in Micronesia, who read the paper and then contacted me, and this is a project specifically on betel nut induced oral cavity cancer.  Betel nut is something that is consumed throughout the Pacific Islands as well as Southeast Asia, but something specific to islands in Micronesia is that according to the WHO (World Health Organization), they have the highest rates of elementary and middle school students who consume betel nuts.  So, they had a very, very concerning epidemic right now of betel nut-induced oral cavity cancer. And so, one of the projects that I've been working on is a clinical trial, which we're calling NEO-CORAL. But the trial is specifically looking at a neoadjuvant immunotherapy approach to local or regionally advanced betel nut-induced oral cavity cancer.  We're really excited to be working with teams from Guam, which is in Micronesia, as well as Queen's Medical Center in Hawaii, where I'm from, and at Stanford as well. And this tri-site approach we're hoping to kind of conduct a culturally careful and culturally aware clinical trial so that we can really try and make a difference in these patients' lives because the biology and just the aggressiveness are nothing like we've ever seen with tobacco-induced oral cavity cancer alone.  I'm really grateful for certain funders that we've had recently who have funded this grant. I think it really just goes to show the kind of excitement around really helping a very marginalized community.  Dr. Fumiko Chino: I think that that study and I think putting in the context of what Scarlett just said in terms of, we need this data, we need granular data, we need funding so that we can actually design interventions that are really tailored to unique, vulnerable communities to really provide the resources, education, and culturally competent care that actually gets people the best outcome so that there are not haves and have-nots in terms of health care, and that's really again everyone's goal.  I'm wrapping up now. I really like to thank Dr. Scarlett Gomez and Dr. Kekoa Taparra for sharing your really valuable insights with us today and for your dedication to addressing the unequal burden of cancer across diverse communities.  Dr. Kekoa Taparra: Thank you.  Dr. Scarlett Lin Gomez: Thank you.  Dr. Fumiko Chino: Thanks to our listeners for your time today; you will find links to all of the studies and presentations discussed today in the transcript of this episode. And, if you're enjoying the content of the ASCO Daily News podcast, please take a moment to rate, review, and subscribe.    Disclosures:  Dr. Fumiko Chino: None disclosed.  Dr. Scarlett Lin Gomez:  Employment: Bioinspire (Immediate Family Member), Valentia Bioanalytics (Immediate Family Member)  Stock and Other Ownership Interests: Amgen (Immediate Family Member), Bioinspire (Immediate Family Member)  Consulting or Advisory Role: GRAIL  Page Break  Dr. Kekoa Taparra: None disclosed.  Disclaimers: The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. This is not a substitute for professional medical care and is not intended for use in the diagnosis or treatment of individual conditions.  Guests on this podcast express their own opinions, experience, and conclusions. Guest statements on the podcast do not express the opinions of ASCO. The mention of any product service organization, activity or therapy should not be construed as an ASCO endorsement.   

Cross Examined Life
060 - Must kids in public school wear masks?

Cross Examined Life

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 33:04


Jeanne defends: Masks should be required in public schools. PRACTICAL TAKEAWAY TIPS: 1.) Be willing and ready to ask your conversation partner a hypothetical, so that you can better understand how far down the line of possible scenarios their position extends. Get in touch! call or text (+1) 307-240-9190 questions@crossexaminedlife.com crossexaminedlife.com facebook.com/groups/crossexaminedlife Tweet us: @CELpodcast Insta: @crossexaminedlife Keep the debate going in the Cross Examined Life Community on FB

RISE podcast
279: #RachTalk EP 12: The Importance of Changing Up Your Routine, Reacting to New Emojis, No More Masks on Planes?!

RISE podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 42:45


Hey guys! Welcome to #RachTalk, my weekly show where I hang out and drink caffeine and talk about anything and everything! Today on the show, firstly, I am without Jack. Your girl Rach is flying solo! And I'm talking about my trip to Idaho, (no more mask mandate?!) the NEW emojis and throwing out that old routine! -------------- Do you get my weekly Sunday email? Come join in the fun! https://msrachelhollis.com/insider/ Grab a Start Today Journal: https://thehollisco.com/collections/start-today Are we friends on YouTube? Let's catch up! https://www.youtube.com/c/RachelHollisMotivation/videos Follow my journey on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/MsRachelHollis/ Let's be workout buddies: https://letsriseapp.com/ Have you heard about the HOTLINE yet? Call (737) 400-4626 to leave a question for Rachel or share your story about the podcast. We can't wait to hear from you! -------------- Fan Mail Address: Rach Talk 11601 W HWY 290 Suite A101-329 Austin, TX 78737 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Tavern Tales
Masks: Galarnon or Nothing

Tavern Tales

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 27:22


It’s the second to last episode of the entire campaign and things are at a head with the heroes piloting…

Big Gay Nerds
Big Gay Nerds: Episode 227 (Masks 4.3)

Big Gay Nerds

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 59:49


We're jumping back in post-cliffhanger! Pipa has been Taken Out by the extraterrestrial warlord Gorox the Vanquisher; what could possibly come next? Well there's next to nothing I can say about it that isn't a spoiler, so LISTEN AND FIND OUT, TRUE BELIEVERS! Music by Perennial Sounds LLC

Captivate the Room
Voice Masks

Captivate the Room

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 32:42


Voice masks, that's what I'm talking about today on the podcast.  What are voice masks?  Tiny sounds that you are putting in your voice without even knowing it.  These sounds are meant to protect you, but they cost you. Voice masks are sounds that come from identities that come from voice stories and they do not represent the best version of you.  In fact, when you pick up a voice mask (without even realizing it) you create an instant block to our connection with you. Voice masks are costing you next level retention, following AND revenue. In today's podcast I'm covering the origin of these masks,  the different masks and how they overlap, how these masks are costing you and what you need to do to start getting in front of the masks so you can take your business and your relationships to the next level.   Want to take the voice masks quiz? https://quiz.tryinteract.com/#/621a5513edca630018200027   Are you signed up for the Voice Experience yet?  Don't miss it.  May 12th 7pm EST Sign up here for the Voice Experience  

A Rational Fear
A Rational Fear — LIVE — Melbourne Comedy Festival 2022 — Grace Tame, Zoe Daniel, Alice Fraser, Dane Simpson, Lewis Hobba, Dan Ilic, Vidya Rajan + DJ Andy McClelland.

A Rational Fear

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 81:08


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The Filmmakers Podcast
From Indie Failure to Hollywood success - how writer/director Lisa Azuelos did it

The Filmmakers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 55:13


Today on the show, we welcome writer/director Lisa Azuelos! You may know her from LOL (2012) starring Miley Cyrus and Demi Moore or Lost in the Disco (2020). Today, she is here to talk about her latest feature film, I love America, which is out now on Amazon Prime! Lisa sat down and chatted with our hosts, Giles Alderson and Tobias Vees, all about her filmmaking journey: How she got started in the finance world and realised that she wanted to become a filmmaker. She talks about her beginnings in the industry, being a mum and a filmmaker at the same time, what she learned as a sitcom writer, her writing process and all about her first feature film, which was a huge failure. She talks about how she recovered from her failure and how she used it to make a successful Hollywood film. She discusses how she made LOL in France and what it was like to remake it in America, the differences in the filmmaking culture, working with kids, editing, how she made I love America and so much more. It was an absolute joy talking with Lisa. She's a truly amazing artist and filmmaker. So, sit back, relax and enjoy this week's episode with Lisa Azuelos.   I LOVE AMERICA is out now! A single woman who decides to take a chance on love again by catapulting her life from Paris to Los Angeles. From awkward dates to touching surprise encounters, she understands the journey to love is a journey towards herself.   EPISODE LINKS Watch I LOVE AMERICA | TRAILER   OUR SPONSORS Soldo: Prepaid Company Cards & Automated Expenses Platform: www.soldo.com You get 3 months FREE Soldo with code ‘FILMMAKERSPOD'   PATREON Big thank you to: Lee Hutchings Marli J Monroe Want your name in the show notes or some great bonus material on filmmaking? Join our Patreon for bonus episodes, industry survival guides and feedback on your film projects! Our new 4 tier structure is in place. Come join the community! https://www.patreon.com/thefilmmakerspodcast   MERCH Spread the Word with Our Merch T-Shirts, Hoodies, Mugs, Masks and Water Bottles all now available in some very cool designs.   SUPPORT THE PODCAST Read & Sign Up for The Wrap Up – Our weekly Newsletter with news and information from the world of film Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Podbean, or wherever you get your podcasts. Help us out and write us a review (a good one!), tell your friends and CHOOSE FILM. Get in touch? Email us thefilmmakerspodcast@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter Facebook and Instagram Check out our full episode archive at TheFilmmakersPodcast.com   CREDITS The Filmmakers Podcast is hosted, produced and written by Giles Alderson @gilesalderson Edited by @tobiasvees Social Media by Kalli Pasqualucci @kallieep Marketing Huw Siddle Logo and Banner Art by Lois Creative  Theme Music by John J. Harvey Part of the www.podfixnetwork.squarespace.com   WATCH OUR FILMS The Dare UK | Trailer The Dare Canada and USA A Serial Killers Guide to Life | Trailer Arthur & Merlin: Knights of Camelot Winter Ridge UK The Isle Fanged Up The Marker Star Wars: Origins   MORE FROM OUR FRIENDS Follow our Regular Hosts @LucindaRhodes @DirDomLenoir @35mmdop @philmblog @IanSharp1 @Cjamesdirect @dan710ths Follow Make Your Film for Live Events @makeyourfilm20  Follow our Movies @thedaremovie @Food4ThoughtDoc @FangedUpFilm Raindance events www.raindance.org The Filmmakers Podcast recommends Performance Insurance Music from musicbed.com Giles Alderson's website