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Rising
Monkeypox Panic Sets In, Elon Musk Faces #MeToo Allegation, Biden's Poll Numbers Tank, And More: Rising 5.23.22

Rising

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 77:55


Today on Rising, Biden mixed on monkeypox messaging, #BillGatesBioTerrorist trends (00:00)Elon Musk faces #MeToo allegation, MSM calls it ‘credible'... but is it?: Robby Soave (11:56)Pfizer CEO talks INGESTIBLE microchip Schizophrenia pills in VIRAL unearthed 2018 clip (24:00)Biden polls TANK as voters say he is SLOW TO ACT on economy (34:01)Hillary Clinton lawyer planned 'October SURPRISE,' SCHEMED to INJECT FBI into '16 campaign: Feds (46:01)Bill de Blasio running for CONGRESS in Manhattan amid NY Dem IMPLOSION over redistricting (56:33)Mitt Romney OPENLY calls for NUCLEAR RETALIATION against Russia in HAWKISH NYT op-ed: Ryan & Robby (01:05:11)Where to tune in and follow: https://linktr.ee/risingthehillMore about Rising:Rising is a weekday morning show hosted by Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Robby Soave. It breaks the mold of morning TV by taking viewers inside the halls of Washington power like never before, providing outside-of-the-beltway perspectives. The show leans into the day's political cycle with cutting edge analysis from DC insiders and outsiders alike to provide coverage not provided on cable news. It also sets the day's political agenda by breaking exclusive news with a team of scoop-driven reporters and demanding answers during interviews with the country's most important political newsmakers.

Healthy Wealthy & Smart
590: Dr. Karin Gravare Silbernagel: Tendinopathy Research: Past, Present, & Future

Healthy Wealthy & Smart

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 40:09


In this episode, Associate Professor and Associate Chair at the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Delaware, Prof Karin Grävare Silbernagel, talks about her research into tendonopathy. Today, Karin talks about her historical perspective on tendonopathy, the future of tendonopathy research, and her presentation at the WCSPT. Is pain really worrisome? Hear about tendon loading, chasing the shiny new objects, creating expectations with patients, treating different kinds of tendons, and get her valuable advice, all on today's episode of The Healthy, Wealthy & Smart Podcast.   Key Takeaways “If you just want zero pain, don't do anything, but that's really not what you want. You want to be able to move.” “Sometimes in our eagerness to do good, we get a little crazy.” “This is not a quick fix. This takes time.” “Just because it takes longer, does not mean a tendon has poor healing.” “Always have fun. If it's not fun, it's not worth doing.” “It's a long life to work. Don't hurry to get to the endpoint.”   More about Karin Grävare Silbernagel Karin Grävare Silbernagel PT, ATC, PhD is an Associate Professor and Associate Chair at the Department of Physical Therapy, University of Delaware, Newark, DE, USA. She is a clinical scientist with a strong record of mentoring clinical scientists (primary advisor for 10 PhD student – completed, and 8 current PhD students). Her expertise is in orthopaedics and musculoskeletal injury with a focus on tendon and ligament injury. She has been a physical therapist for over 30 years and performed research for over 20 years. At University of Delaware, she is the principal investigator of the Delaware Tendon Research Group and the Delaware ACL Research Group. Her work has been directly integrated into the clinical guidelines for treatment of patients with tendon injuries. She has presented her research at numerous conferences and published in peer-reviewed journals (100+ published articles to date). She has also been invited to speak about her research at conferences nationally and internationally. As the principal investigator of Tendon Research Group at the University of Delaware, she is working to advance understanding of tendon injuries and repair so that tailored treatments can be developed. The Delaware Tendon Research Group is an interdisciplinary team focused on improving treatment outcomes for tendon injuries. Her research approach is to evaluate tendon health and recovery by quantifying tendon composition, structure, and mechanical properties, as well as patients' impairments and symptoms. Her research is funded by the NIH, Foundation for Physical Therapy, Swedish Research Council for Sport Science, and Swedish Research Council.   Suggested Keywords Healthy, Wealthy, Smart, Healthcare, Physiotherapy, Research, Tendonopathy, Pain, Injuries, Treatment, WCSPT, Education,   World Congress of Sports Physical Therapy   To learn more, follow Karin at: Website:          https://sites.udel.edu/kgs                         https://www.udel.edu/academics/colleges/chs/departments/pt/faculty/karin-gravare-silbernagel Twitter:            @kgsilbernagel                         @udtendongroup Instagram:       @udtendongroup Facebook:       Delaware Tendon Research Group   Subscribe to Healthy, Wealthy & Smart: Website:                      https://podcast.healthywealthysmart.com Apple Podcasts:          https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthy-wealthy-smart/id532717264 Spotify:                        https://open.spotify.com/show/6ELmKwE4mSZXBB8TiQvp73 SoundCloud:               https://soundcloud.com/healthywealthysmart Stitcher:                       https://www.stitcher.com/show/healthy-wealthy-smart iHeart Radio:               https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-healthy-wealthy-smart-27628927   Read the Full Transcript Here:  00:03 Hi, Karen, welcome to the podcast. I'm so happy to have you on and really excited to talk about tendinopathy research and treatment and clinical application. Super excited.   00:14 Thank you. I'm equally excited to be here to talk about my favorite topic.   00:18 Yeah. And later on, we will talk about, we'll give a little sneak peek to everyone about your topic. At the fourth World Congress is sport physical therapy in Denmark happening August 26, and 27th. So for those of you who want that fun sneak peek, you'll have to wait until the end of the interview for that. Because what we're going to start with is, I really want to know, the historical perspective of tendinopathy research and how it's been translated into the clinic. So us, as we spoke, before we went on 18 years ago, you wrote your thesis. And so you've got a really great vantage point to look back on, what what tendinopathy research was, where we're at. And then later on, maybe we'll talk about where you see it going. But I'll just hand the mic over to you. So you can kind of give us that historical perspective.   01:20 Thank you. And I think that, as we spoke about, too, I feel like I'm getting older because more and more my historical perspective kind of comes in. But I think it's important when I started as a physical therapist, so I started clinically in 1990. And when I started, we had in my courses and things you know, talked about muscle, you talked about ligament injuries, and all these things. And then the tendon was just this rope that went in between the muscle and the bone. And that was kind of it. And then when I started practicing, and I worked in Baltimore, and we worked a lot with with baseball players and things, and everybody had tendinitis was super undisciplined ages, tendinitis, Achilles tendinitis. So everybody had this inflammation in the tendon that we never really talked about. So okay, I felt like I was no dummy. I learned medical terminology. So I know itis was inflammation. So obviously, they had inflammation in this tendon, because that was the name was. So I thought our treatments then really, were treating the word. So we were really trying to rest because it was acute inflammation. We tried ice we did I onto freezes and fauna, for races, and they weren't allowed to load and all these kinds of things. And surprisingly, hopefully, some patients got better anyway. But that really sparked my interest into tendon in general, like, what is this? And then later on in the 1990s, that came up more and more research, Korean and Spanish started thinking about, you know, Achilles tendon would hurt more maybe when they were loaded, ie centrically and running, so maybe we need to train that and people are starting more thinking about how do we exercise and mostly maybe the lower extremity, tendon tendinitis. And then we had more research looking at if there was inflammatory components in the tendon. So if you took out cells and things too, there wasn't actually an acute inflammation. So this idea is maybe wasn't true. And that really opened the door for if it's not an acute inflammation, what do we do? So then in the late 1990s, beyond the curve is in Standish, it was another researcher knees and we're Tolman that looked at concentric versus eccentric loading. And then Hogan offense on in Sweden to started to have patients that were waiting to get surgery and he started like, okay, we're really going to load them, you know, we got a heavy load them, because maybe that's what they need, if not an acute inflammation, and started to see people get better if you actually load in them instead of resting them. At the same time we did our I started my PhD things, too, we started looking at, okay, should it be more overload, and we used our pain monitoring model versus the standard treatment that was, you know, circulation exercises, bilateral up and down, but not really trying to load it heavy. And what we started to see those exercise program that loaded more had better effect than the more like generic, protective things kind of things, too. So that's really when things started to change. Right. So I think the historical perspective is we didn't do anything. And we started to do things. And we had these huge jump in outcomes, which is brilliant. And our studies then was, you know, we were looking more at, you know, the Sylvan angle protocol, comprehensive, we use pain monitoring model to guide but also the loading and the exercises to kind of low beyond and not be worried about the pain because if the pain wasn't acute inflammation, maybe wasn't so worrisome, and loading the tendon was painful, but that was also the treatment. So we needed something to kind of understand how much could you really load. So we started with this exercises and being able to load and having kind of achieved this kind of change. I think that was really the the ultimate thing that happened in the late night. 90s, early 2000 And it was the combination of Korean and Spanish hooking out for some did we had programs and kind of moving that forward.   05:10 And there's something that you said in that? Well, a lot of what you said in there that I just want to pull out if we can. So, one thing that you just said is, is pain worrisome? And I think that's a really, really provocative question. Because if you ask the person living with the pain, yeah. And so how, as the therapist, if we're treating someone with a tendinopathy, let's say it's an Achilles tendinopathy, and the treatment induces pain, how do we communicate to the patient? That it's not as worrisome as you think it is?   05:53 Yeah, thank you for that question. And I think that's why the pain monitoring model that we've had, and really the pain monitoring model started with roll on to me who was my advisor, in patellofemoral. Pain, and that's when we applied it. And I think from the patellofemoral, pain, we kind of seen the same path, right? Just resting, it doesn't help you need to get strong. And then we will the tendons seems to be the same thing. And I think the pain monitoring model has been a lot of discussion is, you know, we go up to five is okay, and those things, to tell you the truth, I really don't care if it's five, or four, or whatever, I think it's that communication to the patient and communication that waiting for this pain to become zero, if that's the goal. And what I say to everybody was my lecture, and you might have heard that too, I'm like, Well, if that's the goal, I can tell the patient come in here, lie down on my nice little plants here in the office, you lie there, and I'm gonna go get a cup of coffee. And when I come back, you don't have any pain. So I've treated your pain, right. So I kind of start, I think, with the education. So the point is, if you just want zero pain, don't do anything. But that's really not what you want, you want to be able to move. So if you want to be able to move, you also need to get this tissue to tolerate more loading. And in order to do that, we actually need to load it. So we recover. So I spent a lot of time kind of explaining talking about this thing, so that there might be some pain when we're loading it, or without load, you're not getting anywhere. And what happened to a lot of people, they had some pain, the rest of it did last and they tried to do something a pain and they just D decline. And I talk a lot about hardening your tissues, right? This is loading, hardening of tissues. So the conversation is my goal with treatment is to increase the tolerance of your tissue over time, while keeping your pain level the same. So that's kind of the thing. So so your pain level, I'm fine with that you're not going to rupture, which is good thing to say for Achilles tendon rupture. That's like the big catastrophe. If that's not an issue, then we can follow it to and then we have the discussion. You know, above five, it's not good, or I don't know, you've seen Twitter, sometimes Twitter, that I use five, right? And I, I really don't care. I think the point is, there is a point of pain when pain goes from, it's uncomfortable to Ouch, I don't want it to be Ouch, I want it to be in five seems to be around in that round, right? And people can understand the difference in that. And it's, you know, you have the other conversation with the people that says, But I have really high pain tolerance. So this might not work for me. Well, you know, it's subjective. So I always tell them absolutely works even better for people like you. So, you know, sometimes maybe I'm a little silly, but that's. So I think that's kind of the point of really using it. So for me, the pain monitoring model is a way for discussing it and then using it. Some people feel like it's focusing too much on the pain, I actually think is does the opposite, right? Because it removes the worry. So I'm going to put a number on it. And it's just a number and everything else. And then we use training diary. So I use training diaries, you write down, you know, morning pain, worst, lowest everything else that you do. And then if I have three or four weeks, we can start comparing, and then people actually start seeing the numbers change with the activity, or the number stays the same. So I'm using it more of a of a descriptor, because if you just ask somebody you have pain, it's like they're gonna ask them what they did earlier. Right? And none of us remember, we don't remember how much pain was when we not painful. And so that's kind of how we using it in my description.   09:23 Yeah, I think thank you for that. I think that's great. And that also kind of answered my next question is how much load? How much can you load? How much load isn't? Is is enough? How much is too much? And I think you kind of answered that within that. But you want to expand on that a little bit or I feel Yeah, so I think   09:39 I think that's within the pain monitoring model too. Right? We're looking at that. But then you also have knowledge based on how the cells responds how the tendon response and I think that's where the next thing in the history perspective is now we're starting to see you know, which protocol is better. So now they're comparing Silvernail and offer zones or East centric loading, and it's all these. And really when you compare them, it's not that big of a difference. Right? The heavy slow resistance. I just say that you know who canal for some was in northern Sweden, he trained twice a day. I'm from Gothenburg and middle, we do once a day. And then you go down to Denmark, they did the three times a week for heavy slow, right? So Danish people are lazier than you know. But I think the point is, when you're looking at the data, actually, the outcomes are not that difference. You know, there might be some, you know, we can always argue that we're more satisfied with this. But when you're looking at the mechanical properties and things, you don't see that big of a difference anymore. And I think because I think you reached a saturation point, right? We've done no loading to loading now everybody does good. And I think for us as PTS now we're trying to manipulate more and more in that little realm, that for everybody, we might not see it when we do big studies comparing one group to the other, because I think we need to talk about individualized instead of precision rehabilitation and things too. So I think kind of that's where we're getting at. And they've been great studies coming on from unstuffy Agha Gordon Denmark from her thesis looking at moderate versus heavy and patellar tendon. And so I think that for the loading, you need to load them, you need to use the pain monitoring model, we need to do the progressive loading. But I as a PT would less worry about if I if you did two sets too little or five pounds to less, I think that's less of an issue.   11:29 Yeah. And when you said individual, I actually just wrote that down individualized care as you were speaking, because if all of the different protocols have basically the same outcome, then does it come down to what can the patient do, given the constraints of their life? Or their schedule? Or you know, their job? So do you have someone who can do something three times a day? Or do you have does this person might do better three times a week with heavy slow resistance, or, you know, it really depends on what the patient can do. Because the best protocol, I would assume is the one that patient is compliant with.   12:12 And I think you and I have been around way too long for this too, right? So because, you know, when you started, when you were at least when I started when I was young, right? You were so excited for every exercise. So I guess kept on adding to my poor patients like removing something No, no, that's a really good exercise. And you're adding. And what I'm getting to is that if I can get you to do something consistent with two or three exercises, I'm much better off giving you two or three exercises that you do consistently, than trying to think that I'm going to give you a ton of things. And I have patients now that are you know, they they come back, they come back every four or five weeks and see me or they send me an email and they do their exercise, because I told them to do for Achilles like bilateral three sets of 15. And then do unilateral three sets of 15. And do that for your rest of your life. Like you're brushing your teeth, and I'm like, you could probably go down to doing them less, or you can do heavier in the gym. And some people don't go to the gym, they don't want to do that. So you kind of modify it to kind of get some of the exercises there too. So I think that I think the biggest key is that you need to load you need to do things. And then instead of getting too hyped up for all the specifics, I think that's really where we're moving forward. And I had I had a lady that you know, recently with insertional tendinopathy that had been to the doctor been to all these other clinics, and there's thrown all these things on or didn't get better. And then it was massaging it. And it was like dry needling and the instrument assisted and those kinds of things to me, she was just getting worse. And I'm like, Well, I just think you should do these three exercises once a day. And she's doing and she's like, I'm walking. I'm not limping, you know. So sometimes in our eagerness to do good, I think we get a little crazy.   13:49 Yeah, and that brings me to the next thing I wanted to talk about. And it's sort of the shiny new object syndrome that a lot of people will get. And we spoke a little bit about this before going on the air. And I said a lot of it is sort of the theatrics around different kinds of shiny new objects. So how how would you address that to say younger clinicians? In you know, obviously talking about tendinopathy   14:14 Yeah, so I think that that one thing and it's still hard, I mean, I teach Doctor physical therapy students and then they go out and they completely forgot what I said. Right? So I think there's certain things everybody wants to go to clinical course and learn something more hands on and something more specific but I think that to me, the attitude is what we really try to teach them is like what tissue is that? How does that tissue respond right? To start understanding the underlying mechanisms because then you have then you have an understanding to build the other thing on instead of not having the understanding and just thinking that you doing things and then then you might be changing the shiny objects without thinking about the mechanism. So I'm very much a mechanism person in to try to think about why would we do it, but you all No need to realize that just putting the hand on somebody is very, very strong treatment effect. That's not, that's the same as listening to somebody and paying attention. And I have a colleague Now Greg Hicks has done finishing a trial looking at strengthening specifically for low back and an older in the control group who got hot, hot pack and massage as the placebo control. And they did really well too, right. So even we have mechanism, we should not be afraid of doing things that might help the patient in that sense. But we the explanations and things for what you're doing, you got to be really careful for right. And I think that I have a great effect on my patients, because I think I have a good program. We know what we're doing. I know it works. But I'm also not under estimating that if you can Google me, you're going to get better just by coming seeing me because he's going to assume that at least I know what I'm doing. So, you know, I utilize that effect too. So you just need to thinking about what we're doing. And I'm very scared of chasing the shiny objects for the wrong reason, because maybe that shiny object would be really good for a specific reason. And if we throw it on everything, we've lost, what is good for?   16:12 Yeah, if you beat me to it, I was just gonna say also people probably come to you knowing your background, and the work that you do. So they're coming in, like primed, like, this is she is the expert, I'm in the right hands. I know, this is gonna, you know, this is a person who's going to help me and that's a huge part of the rehab process is that trust that you have in the practitioner and that therapeutic relationship, but it also sounds like you're giving realistic expectations, and describing realistic expectations to your patients, which, again, takes time. And I know a lot of therapists like why only have a half an hour with them, how can I how can I spend 15 or 20 minutes talking to them? So what would you say to that kind of a comment?   17:02 Yeah, and I think that's another thing that happens over the years. Like, I feel like I do less and talk more, but that might be just my personality, too. But, but I think that that's without that understanding, when you start that therapeutic alliance or understanding why you're, as you're doing, you're not going to get anywhere. And patients and especially patients with tendon injuries and tendinopathies. I mean, it takes six months to a year, I tell them that right away, it takes six months a year, you can do what I say, I'm pretty sure you're gonna get really well, you might not be 100%, I'm gonna get you definitely to 80 or 90%. If you don't do what I say, we can meet here in a year again, it doesn't bother me. Right? So it's handy because I think when I was younger, I tried to take on the problem and I I'm handing it back right away. I'm like, doesn't bother me if he doesn't do don't do it, you know, you can just come back to understanding and I think the other part from from the young clinicians were tendon injuries is the biggest thing is, this is not a quick fix. This takes time. And what you see a lot with the younger clinicians or maybe younger, my younger self, too, is like your to do treatment for two, three weeks, and they're not there yet. And then you get worried. And when you get worried the patient get worried. And then you start changing things. And then then they get more worried because you don't seem like you know what you're doing right, you know, it's setting the expectations. This is what you're going to do. It's not any cool exercises, this is going to take time, and having the training diaries that I follow over time and they say, You know what, I don't think much of happening. I'm like, Well, you weren't here three months ago, you could only walk one mile, but the pain of five. And now you're jogging for miles. I'm like, I think that's a pretty good improvement. Right? So having those to kind of working on and I think that's really, really important.   18:45 Yeah, and my next question is, is are all tendons created equal? So we sort of alluded to an Achilles tendon and a patellar tendon or we can talk about, you know, a golfer's elbow or tennis elbow. So when we're talking about all these different tendons, are they all created equal? And can we kind of throw the same treatments at each one, regardless of the part of the body?   19:10 Yeah, so again, it's kind of the same thing that attendance is a tendon in certain tendons structures, right? But all tendons are meant to connect muscle to bone and allow for mobility and that help us however, the design of those tendons are also meant for what they're good for. Right? So the Achilles tendon is the biggest tendon in the body because it's generates a lot of force and helps us move it move. patellar tendon is a little bit different isn't big, but it also tries to help change the angle of force around the knees. So then we put a patella and so all of a sudden we have compression and tendons are not very good for compression. The rotator cuff is more of a flatter tendon, that has a lot of curvature and the compression there is a problem right? So the flatter tendon combines more. Spread the force versus around tendon they kill As tenderness and then you're thinking about tendons in the hand, right, they are really long and thin, to be able to manipulate the fingers really gently build up the force gently. So they have different functions. And soon as you have different function, the tendon has to be slightly designed differently, which makes if it's designed differently, the treatment or the loading might be needed to be very differently. So I think one of the biggest thing is a tendon is really good for tensile forces, but not a good for compression forces. So for example, the rotator cuff, when you're talking about these overload tears is usually an inferior kind of compression that slowly degenerates, a tear. And the Achilles tendon is nothing like that at all. It's a high load, that kind of happen because you pull it apart just like Play Doh, you pull it apart from two different ends, and it kind of can rupture. So I think those are really, really important. What we also see as the lower extremity tendons seem to respond fairly similar. They're not as high in central sensitization indexes and don't have those things versus differently when you're looking at upper extremity tended to So there are definitely differences. So you need to kind of thinking about the basics, that it's not probably an acute inflammation that we need to treat it and then you need to start thinking about what does this tendon do? Is it being compressed as a flat? What are the other structures? Right? So Achilles tendon, you know, that is Achilles tendon. The real problem is, it's right there. There's not much else. That's why I study it, because it's easy to study versus the rotator cuff. We talk less about rotator cuff tendinopathy. And we talk more about shoulder pain, right? More because we not so sure. Is it purely the tendon? That's the problem and other things   21:40 add a lot more structures around it than just the Achilles tendon. That can adjust the Achilles. Sorry, but yeah, yeah. Yeah. So the little, a little more complicated area of the body will say, yes, yeah. So, you know, I think it's great to sort of look at that historical perspective. And I love that you kind of talked about where we are now, where do you see research moving towards, in the tendinopathy? field?   22:12 So now we're getting little bit into what I'm going to talk about in Denmark, too. But I think, yes, so one of the big things that we're really working on, is that, okay, I felt like we kind of reached this point, we're doing really well with everybody. But again, you know, if you look at average, with a big group, we're still not 100% On average, right? Some people aren't 100% recovered, versus some people are not. And why is that and we can't manipulate the treatment anymore. I need to figure out who do I treat how right we've been there in other areas, too. So really, what we're doing in our in our research now is really trying to use various statistical models and larger group data to really first evaluate, we'll be starting to call a tendon health, I'm really proposing that tendinopathy might be more of a biological disease, more like you're talking about knee osteoarthritis, there used to be just wear and tear, and now it's a biological disease, I think tendinopathy need to be considered the same way. And the reason I say that is because it's not just that the tendons structure had changed, or that you have pain, there's so many other variables related to it, like you have personal factors too, like BMI or diabetes affects them in differently cholesterol do so you have the metabolic factors, you have the personal factors, right. And you have, you know, the fear factors, and all these kinds of things play a role. So we call that our tendon health model. We really started with function, structure, pain and symptom, psychosocial factors. And then I realized it was a person too. So we actually have personal factors. And based on that we're trying to figure out are there different? Because you can't, we can in clinic, you can treat every person in singular, right? But, but we need to also to have more of the precision health understand what we do in the health system understanding are the various groupings. So who should we treat how to be very efficient. And that's some of the research that we're working on now. It'd be looked at my PhD students try and handle and found like, we have different groups, we have what we call activity dominant, which might be the one so we see a lot of them, the runner's active, they don't have a lot of symptoms, they don't have a lot of deficits, tenant is not that bad. versus group that we've called structure dominant, that are heavier, they have really horrible looking tendon, that poor function. And then we have a group that we call psychosocial dominant, that maybe the worst are not the best, but they're people with higher fear, decreasing function, but the tendon might not be so bad. And when we started thinking about that, well, now you can understand maybe how you can treat them a little differently. And then we can start looking at how should we treat them based on looking at randomized controlled trials because from a researcher perspective, if I threw all of those in, and I do the same treatment, some of them might benefit a lot and some of them don't and then the treatment is seared out right. There is no difference. But then I lost Ask the benefit for the ones that might benefit and I lost learning from the ones that didn't benefit the needed something else.   25:07 Fascinating. And you're going to be talking about this in Denmark.   25:12 Absolutely. And we have new data, how it changes over time and all those kinds of things. Yeah, well   25:18 don't give it all away. Now. Will we want people to go to Denmark to see you present this live? Demo? Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it sounds fascinating. I love the idea of a tendon health structure. And I love how it's it is, seems to be evolving to be more about the whole person, not just someone with a tendon injury. Yeah. Right. Because like you said, it could be like, two people can have the same injury. It could be one could be a postmenopausal woman who has the same injury as a young 30 Something male runner, maybe they both have an Achilles tendinopathy. But are you going to treat them exactly the same?   26:01 Yeah. And I think that's when we need to start thinking about this, some of the programs are maybe the same, but how do you modify them? And what are the expectations? And then what are the other things that you can add on to that, to really make sure that we get more people up to 100%, and really try to focus on them. And as a researcher, sometimes those things get lost. And that makes that's concerning to me.   26:26 But I for one cannot wait to hear that talk in Denmark. Now. Before we start wrapping things up here, what advice maybe give three tips, if you want to give more or less whatever you want. But what would you give to what tips would you give to clinicians who are treating patients with tendinopathy? Injuries? I don't know if I want to say injuries, if that's quite the word, but diagnoses let's say, so what are your top tips?   26:59 So my top tip is to kind of think about what that it is the structure and that structure responds differently than muscle structure and bone structure to thinking about it from that from the tissue level when you're designing the treatment program. And I think the number one is tendon takes longer to recover than other tissues. So setting that expectations right away. I mean, it's a clear indication when you're looking at hamstring injuries, is it purely muscle or is it more proximal with a tendon is clearly evidence to show that it takes longer. So if you have that expectation and sitting down to explain, but just because it takes longer does not mean a tendon has poor healing, it has very adequate healing is just healing that takes a little longer. And sometimes I even explain that that is a good thing. Because a tendon can last you for a very long time. Like for marathon runners, the Achilles tendon rebounds you so you can run a whole marathon, if your muscle was doing that, you'd be fatigued way earlier, and you wouldn't be able to do it. So the low metabolism is beneficial. But this is the rehab, it's going to take your time. So that's one of my biggest thing and taking time to kind of thinking through that. The other piece of advice is do not panic. And my clinician in our clinic, they tell me back to others what I say because I always tell the patient right away, you're going to get better. This is going to take time, and you're going to have setbacks. And I want to tell clinicians that to the patients are going to have setbacks, they're going to come but don't panic when they have setbacks. You know, it just is what it is. And if you set the expectations right away, the patient's going to come in and have a setback. Now they're like, Yeah, I have my setback. But you told me I would eventually have it right? Instead of not expecting them because then we react on a dime, oh, they're worse today. What am I going to do? And what am I to change? Like, no, this is part of life that goes up, it goes down and moving. So I think those two things, and along with really using the pain monitoring model, and training diaries are my key things.   29:04 Great advice. And I love that do not panic, because they know when you're panicking, yes, right? The eye you know, they see it in your face. And like you said, you start throwing everything in the kitchen sink on there. And they're like, Well, wait a second, what just happened here? I thought you said I could just do this. But I always tell patients like this is not a linear journey. It's not like you're going up a roller coaster and it's going to be linear and perfect. Like it's going to go up, it's going to dip down, it's going to come up maybe dip down but not as much and then you're gonna go up again and you know, it's a little bit more of a squiggly line and that's okay. And people really do appreciate that because setting expectations is paramount. I always feel like if I do nothing else, if they hear nothing else, at least they have an idea of what to expect. So that it's not crazy. Just   29:59 And I think the training diary to me, I use it for any patient for anything, I think that was really key too, because that calms all of us down. Let's see, let's go back here five weeks, wherever we're at what you were doing. And then we can see the pattern. And I even had one person that gave me like an Excel spreadsheet, and a color coded the pain. And if you looked over like a year, you can see that red and orange decrease and the green was increased, you know what I mean? Those are the patterns that you want to see. And it's hard to see those in your daily life. So that's why I think that's really important.   30:32 Yeah, that is a dedicated patient. Yes,   30:35 I do. But yeah,   30:38 yes, well, right. Right. But well, this was great. Where can people find you? If they have questions? Maybe you're on social media? Where can people find you?   30:51 I am on social media at kg silver Nagel, I think I'm on Twitter, is the main one is that but I also run the Delaware tendon research group, and attend them on a ligament research group. So on Twitter, we also have the UD tendon group. We're also on Facebook, and we're also on Instagram. And I'm easily found the University of Delaware and Department of Physical Therapy to please feel free to reach out and connect with us, you know, on the social media and those kinds of things that we're doing. And I'm very excited to discuss these clinical things.   31:26 And if you don't mind, can we talk a little bit about the Delaware attending group because you guys have some projects that you're working on to do you want to tell the listeners about those projects? In case you know, you need recruiting or you need volunteers? So go ahead.   31:42 Yes, we always need volunteers. So we actually have we have a lot of ongoing studies, but one of the big ones that NIH funded right now is we're looking at comparing men and women with Achilles tendinopathy. So we're up to 145 recruited patients out of 200, we had a little dip around COVID. So we're actually providing treatment for anybody that is around the Delaware Philadelphia area, please feel free to reach out or send your patients. We're also have ACL studies ongoing. One of the big ones also been relating to tendon is looking at the recovery from patellar tendon grafts to see how they change over time, how does that tend to actually recover? And could that if the doesn't recover fully, can that explain some of the deficits that we do see their ACLs injuries to we're also hoping to soon start more of looking at insertional, Achilles tendinopathy, with treatments we have. And one study with shockwave treatment, we have studies that we're hoping to start now looking more at metabolic factors, and getting a little blood draws and those things. So we have on our website with all of those things going on. So if anybody's interested, please feel free to reach out or look at our website.   32:53 Perfect. And we'll have a link to that at podcast at healthy, wealthy smart.com under this episode, so one click and we'll take you right there. So before we end, I have one question. Question I asked everyone and knowing where you are now in your life and in your career, what advice would you give to your younger self, and you can pick which ever age of your younger self you   33:14 would like. So I'm going to pick myself before I even went to PT school, because one of my mantras is to always have fun, and I will stick to that now. And I'll stick to that younger because if it's not fun, it's not worth doing, even if it's research and those things. So do anything that's fun. But I was did not want to go to school in Sweden, I wanted to do sports medicine wanted to go to the US. But I was very worried that if I didn't get in, when I was 20 that I wasn't going to go to PT school because it took four years and then I would be too old when I graduated before I was ready. So I wasn't going to go luckily I got in and I stayed on. So I think to to my younger self. It's a really long working life. So just keep on having fun and plugging along and learning more things. And I have taken the really long path to academia with the clinician for many years and doing those kinds of things. So that I'm happy for so I'm glad I got in and didn't say I wasn't going to do it. Because who cares if I was 2425?   34:14 Yeah, and that's so young. Yes, but isn't it funny when you're 1819 20? You're like, Oh, forget it. I'll be an old person by then 25 behind the eight ball when of course, now that were a little older, we can look back on that and be like, Oh my God. Yes. And   34:34 I mean, it's like it's, it's a long life to work. Don't hurry to get to the endpoint, right? Enjoy it get experienced during that time, because as I tell our students, I've had a lot of fun during my years and worked with sports workers, clinician travel, research, academia, you know, you got to have fun.   34:53 Absolutely. Well, and on that note, I want to thank you for coming on the podcast and having such a fun conversations. Well, thank you so much. And everyone, if you want to get a chance to see current speak live, then join us at the fourth World Congress, a sports physical therapy, it is in Denmark and August 26 and 27th of this year. And not only will you get to see speakers like yourself, but there's also going to be great networking, activity breaks, things like yoga, or running or walking tours, paddle paddleboarding, all sorts of fun stuff. So it's again, not going to be quite your average conference, and a lot of it is going to be clinically focused and clinically based. So I think that's really important. I think a lot of times people think, Oh, we go to these conferences, it's going to be researchers just talking about their research and how's that going to affect me clinically? Well, this conference is all about that. So I think, right? Absolutely agree. Yeah. So come join us in Denmark. Again, thank you so much for coming on. And everyone. Thank you so much for tuning in. Have a great couple of days and stay healthy, wealthy and smart.

NINDS's Building Up the Nerve
S3E3: How to work with a mentor

NINDS's Building Up the Nerve

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 47:55


The third Season of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke's Building Up the Nerve podcast helps you strengthen your mentoring relationships with tools and advice from both trainees and faculty. We know that navigating your career can be daunting, but we're here to help—it's our job!In the third episode of the season, we are talking with mentor mentee pairs about how they develop productive relationships, including aligning their expectations and working through challenges. Featuring Avital Rodal, PhD - Associate Professor of Biology, Brandeis University; Matthew Pescosolido, PhD – Postdoctoral Fellow, Brandeis University; Kay Tye, PhD – Professor, Salk Institute for Biological Studies; and Austin Coley, PhD - Postdoctoral Associate, Salk Institute for Biological Studies.ResourcesResources and examples for writing a lab manual:“How to…write a lab handbook” from The Biologist: https://thebiologist.rsb.org.uk/biologist-features/how-to-write-a-lab-handbookLab Manual Resources from OSF: https://osf.io/2xn6z/wiki/Other%20lab%20manual%20resources/“Redesigning our lab practices” by Ari Benjamin: http://kordinglab.com/2019/12/20/lab-redesign.htmlDr. Rodal's Lab Manual: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1gUtWSk7CqV3syAenEc11rnz4H5-yvU65b48NM46n-Vs/editmyIDP ScienceCareers for drafting an Individual Development Plan: https://myidp.sciencecareers.org/ Center for the Improvement of Mentored Experiences in Research (CIMER) has numerous FREE resources for mentors and mentees, including creating a mentoring compact (login required): https://cimerproject.org/  Season 2 of Building Up the Nerve takes you through the components of a grant application with successful awardees: https://ninds.buzzsprout.com/ Transcript available at http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/.

The Federalist Radio Hour
The Dangers Of Apologizing For The Truth About Biological Sex

The Federalist Radio Hour

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 48:00


On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Federalist Staff Writer Jordan Boyd joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss the dangers of the Biden administration's push to expand the definition of sex and discrimination by promoting radical gender ideology, and why Republicans should take a stand against it.

Dr. Caroline Leaf Podcast
Podcast 383: Debunking the myth of the chemical imbalance with renown psychiatrist Dr. Joanna Moncrieff

Dr. Caroline Leaf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 64:01


Sign up to Patreon to get access to bonus ad-free podcasts, exclusive downloads, live Q&As and more: https://www.patreon.com/drcarolineleaf EPISODE DESCRIPTION: In this podcast I talk to psychiatrist, researcher, professor and best-selling author Dr. Joanna Moncreiff about critical psychiatry, the difference between a drug-centered and disease-centered approach in the field of mental health, the history of psychiatry, withdrawal from psychotropic drugs, the dangers of medicalizing misery, the myth of the chemical imbalance, the potential downsides of using psychedelics to treat mental health, and so much more! Read the show blog here: https://drleaf.com/blogs/news/debunking-the-myth-of-the-chemical-imbalance-with-dr-joanna-moncrieff OFFERS FROM OUR SPONSORS: -BiOptimizer's Magnesium Breakthrough: For an exclusive offer for my listeners go to http://www.magbreakthrough.com/leaf and use DRLEAF10 during checkout to save 10% on your order. -Gladskin: Right now, Gladskin is offering my listeners 15% off plus free shipping on your first order at gladskin.com/DRLEAF -Catalina Crunch: See why Catalina Crunch Cereal is the fastest growing cereal brand in America. Just go to catalinacrunch.com/DRLEAF for 15% off your first order—plus FREE shipping. EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS: 3:11 What critical psychiatry means & why Joanna calls herself a critical psychiatrist 6:30 The difference between a drug-centered & disease-centered approach to psychiatry 14:05 Research bias & common misconceptions in mental healthcare 16:00 Mental disorders are not associated with specific or identified brain abnormalities or processes 16:40 The failures of psychiatric drug trials 18:00 The power of the placebo effect & people's expectations 19:45 The issues surrounding psychiatric drug withdrawal research 29:00 Withdrawing from psychiatric drugs 35:00 Joanna's NIH clinic for withdrawal 38:20 Methods to withdrawal from psychiatric drugs 52:30 WHO studies on schizophrenia outcomes in different countries around the world 55:30 Why we need to re-evaluate at how we understand mental health 58:40 Psychedelics & mental health ADDITIONAL RESOURCES: -Get my new book Cleaning up Your Mental Mess here: https://www.cleaningupyourmentalmess.com -Download my new and improved brain detox app here: https://neurocycle.app -Get a free Cleaning up Your Mental Mess workbook when you subscribe to my weekly email at drleaf.com! -Sign up to join my free text program and receive mental health care tips. Just text DRLEAF to 1 (833) 285 3747 -Visit my website at https://drleaf.com for more free resources -Instagram: @drcarolineleaf: https://www.instagram.com/drcarolineleaf/- -Facebook: Dr. Caroline Leaf: https://www.facebook.com/drleaf -Twitter: @drcarolineleaf: https://twitter.com/DrCarolineLeaf - Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/drcarolineleaf *DISCLAIMER: This podcast and blog is for educational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. We always encourage each person to make the decision that seems best for their situation with the guidance of a medical professional.

Markley, van Camp and Robbins
Markley, van Camp and Robbins | May 18, 2022

Markley, van Camp and Robbins

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 110:14


MVC&R are trying very hard to contain their laughter, but President Joe Biden's “Disinformation Board” is gone, for now, and the FBI debunked a key part of the Trump/Russia conspiracy. It's no secret democrats use illegal immigration to get more power, and it's no surprise there is a montage of their confirmation. Hillary Clinton was handed yet another embarrassing defeat, after Netflix decided to pass on the “Rodham” project after two years in development. It seems Dr. Oz is not going to just Waltz into the Senate, and Cori Bush's primary opponent dropped a hilarious ad. The head of the NIH admitted that trans children are being used as science experiments, while Californians are moving to Portugal in droves, but the Portuguese are not happy about it.

The Carl Jackson Podcast
BOMBSHELL: Dr. Fauci Received Royalty Payments. NIH Hid It!

The Carl Jackson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 36:12


According to a report from Open the Books' Adam Andrzejewski, and thanks to a FOIA request, an investigation has revealed that  a large influx of cash came back to the NIH and individual NIH scientists in the form of royalty payments from third parties after the companies were rewarded govt grants. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Larry Elder Show
BOMBSHELL: Dr. Fauci Received Royalty Payments. NIH Hid It!

The Larry Elder Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 36:12


According to a report from Open the Books' Adam Andrzejewski, and thanks to a FOIA request, an investigation has revealed that  a large influx of cash came back to the NIH and individual NIH scientists in the form of royalty payments from third parties after the companies were rewarded govt grants. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Barbarian Noetics with Conan Tanner
Exposing the Medical Cartel and Asking Forbidden Questions

Barbarian Noetics with Conan Tanner

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 102:07


What's up to my demagogic drum fish and disputatious dunkers!   Welcome back to the BNP everyone and thank you for joining! To my patrons, you all are the spiral arms of my galaxy and the selenium in my brazil nuts- you are appreciated! Well friends, hold onto your butts, because this one's a doozy. In addition to the audio tidbits you know and love, I dive into some heady and provocative topics this week. In weeks past I've discussed a concept I refer to as "The Adversary," or the spirit of negative disruption and darkness that causes unnecessary suffering here on Earth. This week I was moved to dive into one particular aspect of this Adversary: the International Biomedical Cartel. Science only operates cleanly when there is room for dissenting opinions and troublesome hypotheses. When you are no longer allowed to question certain scientific dogmas, then it becomes a kind of religion. Hence we see the rise of Scientism and its attendant high priests' rule by fiat, selective funding and intimidation of dissent to preserve the hegemony of the establishment plunderbund.Featured in this week's episode is an interview with Kary Mullis, published in Spin magazine in July of 1994 and conducted by Celia Farber. Mullis won a Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1993 for the invention of the PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test. He became a controversial figure for refusing to stop asking pesky questions of Fauci, Gallo, and the medical establishment. Finally, I explore the potential links between the meteoric rise of peanut allergies and the use of peanut oil as an "excipient," (or adjuvant) in inoculations. Adjuvants are ingredients added to shots which compel a more intense immune response by the body. Aluminum is another commonly utilized adjuvant. Help keep the BNP on the air by becoming a patron at www.patreon.com/noetics. For as little as $1/month, you become a partner in the BNP. Help make the magic happen (and help me to afford groceries!) You also receive a dream interpretation and an original haiku when you sign up.  Let's elevate the human spirit y'all!You can also make a small one-time donation at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/noeticsThank you so much for the support! Thank you for spreading the word and telling a friend about the BNP! Follow the BNP on IG @barbarian_noeticsEmail: barbarian.noetics@gmail.comUntil next week everyone, Be excellent to one another,and kind and loving towards yourself. One Love,Little Raven kaaaawwwwTRACKLIST FOR THIS EPISODE CSPAN Washington Journal Theme MusicRemix Maniacs - Presidential Theme Song (Trap Remix)Dykotomi - Corvid CrunkNoir Deco - Future NoirKainbeats - Atlantis (Lo Fi Mix)Soulection Radio #548 (Hi-Tek & Talib Kwali Edit)Suicide Boys x Pouya - Runnin Thru The 7th With My WoadiesKainbeats - Finding Beauty (Lo Fi Mix)idunnomane - anyways 3001Max Romeo - War Ina BabylonDillon Witherow - Before Sunrise (Lo Fi Mix)Show Dem Camp feat. Buju - Do Me Nice Edvard Grieg - Hall Of The Mountain King (Deficio Remix)The Village People - Macho Man, In The NavyLINKSInterview with Kary Mullis (Spin Magazine, July 1994)https://thedoctorwithin.com/vaccines-and-the-peanut-allergy-epidemic/ Support the show

ROI’s Into the Corner Office Podcast: Powerhouse Middle Market CEOs Telling it Real—Unexpected Career Conversations

Syed Barizuddin, Ph.D is a researcher, an academic, and an entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience. Syed's bachelor's degree and subsequent work experience of 5 years gave him the expertise in Electronics Engineering, Power Systems, Telecommunication Engineering, and Control Systems. The Master's degree research imbedded the expertise on Nanotechnology, Chemical Engineering and Energetics. His Doctorate education and subsequent work experience of 10 years encompassed expertise in Bio-Medical Engineering, Microbiology, Optics, Diagnostic Systems and other areas of science and technology. More recently, his work experience has focused on Environmental Engineering and Green Technology projects.  Also unique to Syed's experience is, how intrinsically he is aware of the academic and industrial setting and their workings. He has been on both sides and has led project teams as the Principal Investigator, as well as founded two start-up companies and was an equal partner in the third.  He has worked on projects for federal agencies such as the DoD, NSF, NIH, EPA, and many multinational companies. He insists on how important and meaningful partnerships can be - be it with the industry partners or government agencies. His experiences over the years and the acquired nuances in the interactions and engagement with corporates, industry partners, and government agencies provide an advantage for his start-ups to succeed. In my current position as the Chief Executive Officer of Plasmonic Diagnostics, he is busy leading the company to commercialize a disruptive non-invasive and ultra-sensitive technology in the infectious disease space. Born in Hyderabad (central/South), India, Syed moved to the United States more than two decades ago. He has mostly resided in the midwest. His reason for not making a move from Missouri according to him are the courteous drivers and people kindly holding the doors for you to pass!

Interviews: Tech and Business
Simmons University President: Higher Education in 2022

Interviews: Tech and Business

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 40:35


The future of higher education is changing. Millions of students now have access to online courses from the world's top universities. As college becomes ever more expensive, the traditional business model of higher education is under threatHow can Simmons University and other institutions remain relevant in this rapidly shifting environment? We talk with Lynn Perry Wooten, the president of Simmons University, to explore what's happening in higher education today.The conversation includes these topics:-- About Simmons University-- The state of higher education in 2022-- The business model of higher ed-- How to develop an economically viable business model for colleges and universities-- Technology is an enabler of higher education-- Supporting a diverse student body-- On the book Arrive and Thrive-- Advice for college students making the transition to graduate school-- Creating a transformational university experience for students-- Advice to women on gender equality in the workplace-- What is inclusive leadership?-- How to balance economic efficiency against educational qualitySubscribe to participate in live shows and ask questions to the guests: https://www.cxotalk.com/subscribeRead the complete transcript: https://www.cxotalk.com/episode/simmons-university-president-future-higher-educationLynn Perry Wooten, a seasoned academic and an expert on organizational development and transformation, became the ninth president of Simmons University on July 1, 2020. She is the first African American to lead the university.Specializing in crisis leadership, diversity and inclusion, and positive leadership—organizational behavior that reveals and nurtures the highest level of human potential—Dr. Wooten is an innovative leader and prolific author and presenter whose research has informed her work in the classroom and as an administrator.Dr. Wooten's research has ranged from an NIH-funded investigation of how leadership can positively alleviate health disparities to leading in a crisis and managing workforce diversity. She is the author of two books, Positive Organizing in a Global Society: Understanding and Engaging Differences for Capacity Building and Inclusion (2016) and Leading Under Pressure: From Surviving to Thriving Before, During, and After a Crisis (2010). Sharing her work at nearly 60 symposia and conferences, she also is the author of nearly 30 journal articles and more than 15 book chapters, as well as managerial monographs and numerous teaching cases.She currently serves on the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, the Association for Independent Colleges and Universities in Massachusetts (AICUM) Board of Directors, the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Trustee Advisory Board, the JFK Library Foundation Board of Advisors, the Fenway Alliance Board of Directors, The George School Board of Trustees, the MASCO Board of Directors, and the WBGH Board of Trustees. In addition, Dr. Wooten serves on the Alumni Association of the University of Michigan Board of Directors and the North Carolina A&T University Board of Trustees.She is the co-author of WSJ Bestseller, Arrive & Thrive: 7 Impactful Practices for Women Navigating Leadership.

The 'X' Zone Radio Show
Rob McConnell Interviews - DR. LANI LEARY - No One Has To Die Alone

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 41:28


Dr. Lani Leary has over twenty-five years of experience as a psychotherapist working with chronically ill, dying, and bereaved clients. She served as the director of mental health services at Whitman Walker AIDS clinic, as a professor of Death Studies at George Mason University, and as a researcher at the National Cancer Institute of NIH. Leary also garners wisdom from her personal experience-her mother's death when she was a child, her father's death from cancer, her own profound near- death experience-and has sat with over 500 people as they died. Dr. Leary has spoken nationally at over 250 conferences, writes a bereavement column for www.healingthespirit.org, and is the author of Healing Hands an international, bestselling audiotape on therapeutic touch and pain management. - www.drlanileary.com Now listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv*** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewpaper.com

The Best of The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show with Rob McConnell
Rob McConnell Interviews - DR. LANI LEARY - No One Has To Die Alone

The Best of The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show with Rob McConnell

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 41:28


Dr. Lani Leary has over twenty-five years of experience as a psychotherapist working with chronically ill, dying, and bereaved clients. She served as the director of mental health services at Whitman Walker AIDS clinic, as a professor of Death Studies at George Mason University, and as a researcher at the National Cancer Institute of NIH. Leary also garners wisdom from her personal experience-her mother's death when she was a child, her father's death from cancer, her own profound near- death experience-and has sat with over 500 people as they died. Dr. Leary has spoken nationally at over 250 conferences, writes a bereavement column for www.healingthespirit.org, and is the author of Healing Hands an international, bestselling audiotape on therapeutic touch and pain management. - www.drlanileary.com Now listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv*** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewpaper.com

Cannabis Last Week
OhiNOOOOOO!! Ohio Adult Use Ballot Pushed to 2023...

Cannabis Last Week

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 21:45


Highlights: FDA issued warning letters regarding Delta-8 and Adult-use legalization in Ohio dead until 2023!Golden Nugs: Michigan tries public recognition as social equity tool, and NIH looking to fund research with cannabinoids and cancer. Hybrid News/Analysis Extract from 420+ Sources; ...featuring all the developments this past week in the cannabis world on the federal level, state legalization/implementation, science/technology, business deals, psychedelics, international scene, social equity, celebrity cameos, and miscellaneous ridiculousness.  DISCLAIMER: All opinions are my own, and not those of my law firm Zuber Lawler.  Even though I drop knowledge bombs, the show is NOT legal advice.globalcannabistimes.com

CrossroadsET
Vaccines Put Breastfed Infants at Risk, Amid Baby Formula Shortage

CrossroadsET

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 98:56


There is a national shortage of infant formula, following an alleged bacterial outbreak at an Abbott plant in Michigan that led to recalls for three major brands. Yet, government restrictions on the infant formula industry may have played a part in the current crisis, as regulations created a bottleneck. And as this takes place, the U.S. government is allegedly providing infant formula for facilities processing the mass migration into the United States. Meanwhile, the National Institutes of Health is acknowledging that secret payments received by its scientists, including Dr. Anthony Fauci, and leadership do look like conflicts of interest. This comes as more evidence emerges on ties between the NIH and virus labs in China; and amid new reports detailing how the Chinese leadership planned to use biological weapons in a hypothetical third world war against the United States. And in other news, an FBI whistleblower recently stepped forward to Project Veritas to reveal how the agency is targeting news outlets. In this live Q&A with Crossroads host Joshua Philipp, we'll discuss these stories and others, and answer questions from the audience. ⭕️ Stay up-to-date with Josh with the Crossroads NEWSLETTER

STEM Southwest Podcast
085 Regulating Cancer for the Cure, with Dr. Steve Worland

STEM Southwest Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 61:21


Today's episode will take a deep dive into the science of cancer, asking the hard questions and discussing how regulation may lead to a cure.  Our guest. Dr. Steve Worland, has a strong background in pharmaceuticals, research and molecular biology that led to a powerful discussion with Bob and Shelly. Show Notes Watch episode here Dr. Steve Worland has served as President and Chief Executive Officer of eFFECTOR Therapeutics and as a member of its Board of Directors since its inception in May 2012.  Previously, Dr. Worland served as Chief Executive Officer of Anadys Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a biopharmaceutical company, from August 2007 until its acquisition by Roche Holding AG in 2011.  Prior to his appointment as Chief Executive Officer of Anadys Pharmaceuticals, Dr. Worland served as its Chief Scientific Officer and President, Pharmaceuticals. Prior to Anadys Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Dr. Worland was Vice President and Head of Antiviral Research at Pfizer Inc. and Vice President at WarnerLambert Co., where he was responsible for worldwide anti-infectives strategy.  Dr. Worland has served on the Board of Directors of Tracon Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a biopharmaceutical company, since February 2015.  Dr. Worland was an NIH postdoctoral fellow in molecular biology at Harvard University and completed a Ph.D. in Chemistry at the University of California, Berkeley.  He received his B.S. with Highest Honors in Biological Chemistry from the University of Michigan. eFFECTOR Therapeutics Selective Translation Regulation Inhibitors Pipeline of Selective Translation Regulation Inhibitors Patients and Clinical Trials - eFFECTIVE Therapeutics Investors - eFFECTOR Therapeutics   Battling Bots League (Be Greater Than Average and Electric Playhouse partnership) Robot Rumble (in partnership with Cottonwood Mall) Be Greater Than Average Gift of Learning Be Greater Than Average Courses Be Greater Than Average Family Fun! Be Greater Than Average A Semester of STEM Activities E-Book   Contact:   Steve Worland, Ph.D., President and Chief Executive Officer eFFECTOR Therapeutics 142 North Cedros Avenue, Suite B Solana Beach, CA 92075 (858) 925-8215 info@effector.com Linkedin eFFECTOR Therapeutics, Inc. (Linkedin) eFFECTOR_Rx (Twitter)  

Peddling Fiction Podcast
Follow The Money

Peddling Fiction Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 71:42


Another $40 billion for a lost cause in Ukraine, a mere $350 million in kickbacks for the NIH. The government corruption and incompetence is on full display. Don't bother following the science. Follow the money Get Your Favorite Peddling Fiction Merch Here: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/peddling-fiction Become a Supporting Listener: https://www.peddlingfictionpodcast.com/support-the-show/

American Conservative University
$350 Million in Secret Payments to Fauci and Others at NIH, Peter Schiff's Last WARNING and Funny Fake Sting on Biden.

American Conservative University

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 33:52


$350 Million in Secret Payments to Fauci and Others at NIH, Peter Schiff's Last WARNING and Funny Fake Sting on Biden.   "The Crash Will Be WORSE Than 2008". Peter Schiff's Last WARNING. Watchdog Uncovers $350 Million in Secret Payments to Fauci, Collins, Others at NIH Funny Fake Sting operation on Biden with a 13 year old girl as bait.   "The Crash Will Be WORSE Than 2008". Peter Schiff's Last WARNING. https://youtu.be/N0txzRZFyWM 818,715 views Apr 5, 2022 FREENVESTING Peter Schiff was warning about the 2008 financial crisis before it happened. “The crisis that's coming is going to be far worse than anything that was experienced in 2008,” says the economist. Peter D. Schiff is an economist, stock broker, financial specialist, host of the Peter Schiff Show Podcast, and author. He is the CEO and chief global strategist of Euro Pacific Capital Inc. Mr. Schiff has also written a number of books on investing over the years. He educates people all over the world about free market economics and the principles and benefits of individual liberty, limited government and sound money.

Canary Cry News Talk
PETRITUALS

Canary Cry News Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 214:31


Canary Cry News Talk #484 - 05.13.2022 PETRITUALS LINKTREE: CanaryCry.Party SHOW NOTES: CanaryCryNewsTalk.com CLIP CHANNEL: CanaryCry.Tube SUPPLY DROP: CanaryCrySupplyDrop.com SUPPORT: CanaryCryRadio.com/Support MEET UPS: CanaryCryMeetUps.com Basil's other podcast: ravel Gonz' YT: Facelikethesun Resurrection Gonz Archive Youtube: Facelikethesun.Live App Made by Canary Cry Producer: Truther Dating App   LEAD FOOD Clip: Psaki, foreign imports to help supply baby food shortage Whistleblower told FDA about Abbot plants in 2021 (Politico) Abbot Stock Buyback instead of fixing baby formula factory (marketscreener) Don't make your own baby formula (NYT)   INTRO (M-W-F) B&G Update V4V/Exec./Asso./Support   FLIPPY Army of Chinese Robots build Dam with no human help (AsiaOne)   [Party Pitch/Ravel/CCClips/text alerts]   UKRAINE FACT CHECK: Klaus did not meet with Bono in Ukraine (Reuters)…but U2 did play in Kyiv bomb shelter, concert (NPR) Zelenksy to speak at WEForum (Tweet) Ukrainian Leak - Boris Johnson Tells Zelenksy not to Negotiate Boris, UK commits to defending Sweden, Finland (Politico) → Russia warns “military-technical” response if Finland joins NATO (Times UK) Rand Paul BLASTED for insisting $40b Ukraine aid be observed (NYP)   KABBALAH On Temple Mount Sovereignty (Jerusalem Post Opinion)   MONEY → Blackrock and Citadel deny involvement in Luna disaster (Forbes) Global Crypto Reg Body by next year, Climate, Cobid, Crypto TOP 3 CONCERNS! (EuroNews)   [TREASURE/SPEAKPIPE/BYE YOUTUBE]   COVID/WACCINE NK Sending out SOS, admits 350k spread of unnamed disease (Vice) → 13% of covid hospitalizations had neurological issues (J-Post) Mysterious Royalties Paid to NIH and NIAID scientists (openthebooks)   DAYS OF NOAH Death can be reversible, Scientists brings back dead eye (Yahoo/Telegraph)   [TALENT] CHINA China discovered sinkhole with forest inside (DailyCaller)   SPACE Scientists grow plants in soil from the moon for the first time in history (CBS News)    [TIME/OUTRO]   EPISODE 484 WAS PRODUCED BY… Executive Producers Billy**   Producers Jonathan F, Lady Knight LittleWing, Michael G,  MORV, Nicholas B, Sir Casey the Shield Knight, Onelousypetunia, Sir Scott Knight of Truth, Sir JC Knight of the Technosquatch, James M, Joshua Mm Veronica D, Gail M, Runksmash, Jackie U, Sir James knight and servant of the Lion of Judah   AUDIO PRODUCTION (Jingles, Iso, Music): Psalm40, Arnie W   ART PRODUCTION (Drawing, Painting, Graphics): Dame Allie of the Skillet Nation, Sir Dove Knight of Rusbeltia, MarkA   CONTENT PRODUCTION (Microfiction etc.): Runksmash: As Propaganda Roster crows incessantly about Big Mouse having control of the media Monty meows lazily to him, “These humans can't understand you, meow, but I'll try telling him next time. Also Papa doesn't like when you interrupt silly hat time.”   MLC: I don't know where to begin. People say that the best place to start is where it all began. But what if that beginning is further back than people think. It could technically go all the way back to the fall. When we as a human species chose to not listen to the one rule God had. But let's see, hmmmm…let's start in modern history to keep it more relevant. World War I was told to us that it was a war to end all wars. What a joke. It started as a family squabble. It was a precursor to other happenings. World War II was a trail run to the mother of all wars. And the other wars between then and now was fine tuning. 2001 was a wakeup call to the world. Unfortunately, the world went back to sleep pretty fast. Then Ukraine happened.   CLIP PRODUCER Emsworth, FaeLivrin, Epsilon   Timestamps: Mondays: Jackie U Wednesdays: Jade Bouncerson Fridays: Christine C   ADDITIONAL STORIES: Scientists see black hole for first time (Twitter) Dr. Strange actress facing abuse of minor charges (DailyMail) Biden administration cancels Alaska oil and gas lease sale (CBS News)  Farmer warns of higher prices and food shortages coming soon (KGUN9)  Minneapolis pet resource center asks for donations amid pet food, supply shortages (Fox9)  GOP rep says illegal migrants sent ‘pallets' of hard-to-find baby formula (Fox News)  India has made an autonomous cotton picker (FutureFarming) Elon speaks up about what he thinks of Trump 2024 (Yahoo/Huffpo) Two GOP judges just stripped social media companies of basic 1st amen. rights (Vox) Clip: Biden says farmers are backbone to freedom 2000 Mules review (Wapo) CNN Accidentally sends welcome package to paid-off employees (Daily Caller) AI: US warns AI for employment could violate disabilities act (NPR) Cambridge music student told to “decolonize ears” (Telegraph) Flight aborted after Eerie pictures Mysterious sent to passengers phones (UNILAD) Take Liver Samples from Hep Children (DailyMail) GOP Rep says illegal migrants sent pallete's of rare baby formula (Fox)

Watchdog on Wall Street
More on the Crypto crash

Watchdog on Wall Street

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 32:01


Blood on the street it's up to my ankles. You lost $27 billion, aren't you embarrassed? Ford Lightning questions. China and Russia, will macro issues change the narrative? NIH conflicts of interest. Seriously...baby formula.

Facts Matter
New NIH Director Admits That $350M Secret Royalty Payments Has Appearance of ‘Conflict of Interest'

Facts Matter

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 13:24


The current acting director of the NIH was sitting before Congress on Wednesday, when he admitted that the hundreds of millions of dollars in secret royalty payments, going to men like Dr. Anthony Fauci and Dr. Francis Collins, do have the appearance of a conflict of interest. This comes on the heels of a report from a government watchdog group released about a week ago that showed approximately $350 million flowing to employees at the NIH from pharmaceutical companies and private firms. And so, in order to get to the bottom of all this money, I had a chance to ask Dr. Ryan Cole exactly how money exchanges hands between all the private actors and the relevant government agencies. ⭕️ Sign up for our NEWSLETTER and stay in touch

Rising
Fauci, NIH Testifies On Capitol Hill, Journalist Killed In West Bank, Manchin Says No To Roe, And More: Rising 5.12.22

Rising

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 86:13


Today on Rising, Fauci Minimizes Impact Of Lockdowns Amid Record OVERDOSES, Deaths Of Misery During Quarantine (00:00)THE REAL reason for baby formula shortage? Wall Street GREED: Briahna Joy Gray (14:15)Wealthy Democrats DUMBFOUNDED as Katie Porter warns of inflation PANIC (30:09)Joe Manchin BUCKS Dems, votes ‘NO' to codify Roe. Kamala Harris suggests REPLACING HIM (47:19)CRYPTO CRASH: Bad gov. regulations responsible? (59:39)Shireen Abu Akleh murdered by Israeli forces. MSM, State Department WHITEWASH shooting: Katie Halper (01:07:50)Potential OCTOGENARIAN presidency raises necessary questions about age & politics: Briahna & Robby (01:17:14)Where to tune in and follow: https://linktr.ee/risingthehillMore about Rising:Rising is a weekday morning show hosted by Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Robby Soave. It breaks the mold of morning TV by taking viewers inside the halls of Washington power like never before, providing outside-of-the-beltway perspectives. The show leans into the day's political cycle with cutting edge analysis from DC insiders and outsiders alike to provide coverage not provided on cable news. It also sets the day's political agenda by breaking exclusive news with a team of scoop-driven reporters and demanding answers during interviews with the country's most important political newsmakers.

Nemos News Network
Silent War Ep. 6210: Abortion Blocked, Foodflation, Food shortage. UFOs, and Election Fraud Updates

Nemos News Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 30:39


In this episode of The Silent War: BREAKING: US Senate Blocks Democrat Abortion Bill. Wholesale inflation rose 11% in April as producer prices keep accelerating. Illegal migrants first to get ‘pallets' of hard-to-find baby formula. Congress to Hold First Open Hearing About UFOs in 50 Years. US Democrats use Ukraine biolab profits for campaign funding – Russia. $350 Million in Secret Payments to Fauci, Collins, Others at NIH. Voting Systems Used Across the Country Have Functionality to Create Ballots and Fill Them Out – Why Are They Allowed? Democrat County Supervisor in Virginia Indicted on 82 Counts of Voter Fraud Related to Ballot Harvesting. Whistleblowers Reveal FBI Investigated Parents Who Spoke at School Board Meetings as Domestic Terrorists Despite Garland's Testimony. Tyrannical Government of Canada Will Pay to Euthanize Those Who Are “Too Poor to Continue Living With Dignity” (Video). “There's a Number of VERY Troubling Things Happening at the FBI”: Whistleblower Leaks Documents to Project Veritas Showing Agency is Targeting News Organizations With Criminal Investigations (Video)If you wish to support our work by donating Bitcoin: BTC: 3B1FFT2sU2Z391aV6SF1eGabGpgasM2DxTFALL ASLEEP FAST - Stay Asleep Longer... Without Negative Side Effects.https://redpillliving.com/sleepFor breaking news from one of the most over the target and censored names in the world join our 100% Free newsletter at www.NemosNewsNetwork.com/newsAlso follow us at Gabhttps://gab.com/nemosnewsnetworkProtect yourseld by buying gold;Nemosnewsnetwork.com/goldNemos News is 100% listener funded. Thank you for your support in our mission to Break the Cycle of Fake News.If you value our work please consider supporting us with our vetted patriot sponsors!www.NemosNewsNetwork.com/sponsorsShop Patriot & Detox the Deep State with www.RedPillLiving.com, Home of Sleepy Joe - the world's most powerful all natural sleep formula & The Great Awakening Gourmet Coffee for Patriots."Our Specialty, is Waking People Up."Other Linkshttps://TheSerapeum.com  - Your Archive of The Hidden History of Mankind, and The Mystery Babylon Religion of The Deep State.Join our Telegram chat: https://NemosNewsNetwork.com/chat

VetaHumanz Live!
Episode 12: MORPH MOUSE, Dr. Miguel Ortiz

VetaHumanz Live!

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 25:26


The Guinea Pigs are squeaking with delight! Find out why on this episode of VetaHumanz Live! Learn more about MORPH MOUSE and other VetaHumanz at www.VetaHumanz.org Thanks for listening to VetaHumanz Live! If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to subscribe, rate, and share this podcast with your friends on social media. VetaHumanz Live! is a production of the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine and is supported by the Science and Education Partnership Award (SEPA) program of the NIGMS of the NIH. Be sure to visit us at www.VetaHumanz.org! Thank you and Use Your Powers For Good!

Rich Zeoli
Ugliness of PA Poltiics Reaches Fever Pitch (Full Zeoli Show 05-12-22)

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 184:07


6:04-NEWS 6:08- Joe Manchin is the only Democrat to vote no on codifying Roe v Wade bill in Senate 6:14-After the primary, remember Republicans have to run together in November.  6:25-Royalty payments by pharmaceutical companies were sent to Dr. Fauci and the head of the NIH  6:35-Geroge Carlin's legacy continues to live on even 14 years after his death  7:02-NEWS 7:08-Zeoli gets to drive a Lambo  7:30-Kathy Barnette, a candidate for U.S. Senator, joined Rich to discuss the sudden accusations against her of fabricating her military service and provided clarity of the accusations.  7:50-CUT SHEET | John Fetterman says he's not a "progressive" just a Democrat | Biden starts screaming about food shortages | Bernie Sanders wants medical student debt canceled too |  8:05-Everything is riding on the Pennsylvania U.S. Senate seat  8:23-NEWS 9:03-NEWS 9:10-NIH director confirms they hid some COVID genes at China's request  9:16-West Chester high schools are changing their schedules to give more free time to the students.  9:25-How the Depp-Heard defamation lawsuit has changed the public perception of legal cases forever  9:43-CUT SHEET | Broadway star Patti LuPone loses it on a non-maskless person |  9:47-Sean Parnell calls in to respond to Kathy Barnette  9:55 Final Thoughts

Rich Zeoli
NIH Director Confirms They Hid COVID Genes at the Request of China

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 45:51


9:03-NEWS 9:10-NIH director confirms they hid some COVID genes at China's request  9:16-West Chester high schools are changing their schedules to give more free time to the students.  9:25-How the Depp-Heard defamation lawsuit has changed the public perception of legal cases forever  9:43-CUT SHEET | Broadway star Patti LuPone loses it on a non-maskless person |  9:47-Sean Parnell calls in to respond to Kathy Barnette  9:55 Final Thoughts

The Todd Herman Show
Hey, Mitch and Kevin: sit down and listen for a change. PS: I got a little heated in this episode, just a heads-up. -Todd - Episode 118 - Hour 2 Hey Mitch and Kevin

The Todd Herman Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 50:44


THE THESIS: The Party is aligned on keeping power. While a new breed of politicians--Constitutional Populists, I call them--are winning important victories, Pharma Mitch McConnell and Liz Cheney's dear friend, Kevin McCarthy, are busily stabbing them in the back.  THE SCRIPTURE & SCRIPTURAL RESOURCES:  Jeremiah 6:14-15  14 They dress the wound of my people     as though it were not serious. ‘Peace, peace,' they say,     when there is no peace. 15 Are they ashamed of their detestable conduct?     No, they have no shame at all;     they do not even know how to blush. So they will fall among the fallen;     they will be brought down when I punish them,” says the Lord. THE NEWS & COMMENT: J.D. Vance And The New Right Are Racking Up Wins, While The Establishment Stabs At Their Backs Attitudes on abortions have changed as people have grown to understand the reality of the procedure.  CNN Poll: "As a Registered Voter Enthusiastic about the Midterm vote, will you be Happy or Angry if Roe v Wade is overturned"? HAPPY: 38% (+18) ANGRY: 20%  But, do we see Mitch and Kevin getting in front of this battle? No. As always, the leftist portion of The Party is taking it head on. The most corrupt AG in history, Eric Holder is on it: [AUDIO] - CBS Chats With Holder About Plan to SHRED Constitution to Help Dems Do we see Mitch and Kevin demanding their dear friend, Chuck Schumer disavow the mobs outside the homes of Supreme Court Justices?  [AUDIO] -  Chuck Schumer, threatening Supreme Court justices at an abortion rally in 2020: "I want to tell you Gorsuch. I want to tell you Kavanaugh. You have released the whirlwind and you will pay the price. You won't know what hit you if you go forward with these awful decisions." A woman walking her dog in East Hollywood over the weekend found a box of more than 100 mail-in ballots for the upcoming election just sitting on the sidewalk. Nonprofit Watchdog Uncovers $350 Million in Secret Payments to Fauci, Collins, Others at NIH An estimated $350 million in undisclosed royalties were paid to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and hundreds of its scientists, including the agency's recently departed director, Dr. Francis Collins, and Dr. Anthony Fauci, according to a nonprofit government watchdog. “We estimate that up to $350 million in royalties from third parties were paid to NIH scientists during the fiscal years between 2010 and 2020,” Open the Books CEO Adam Andrzejewski told reporters in a telephone news conference on May 9. “We draw that conclusion because, in the first five years, there has been $134 million that we have been able to quantify of top-line numbers that flowed from third-party payers, meaning pharmaceutical companies or other payers, to NIH scientists.” The first five years, from 2010 to 2014, constitute 40 percent of the total, he said. “We now know that there are 1,675 scientists that received payments during that period, at least one payment. In fiscal year 2014, for instance, $36 million was paid out and that is on average $21,100 per scientist,” Andrzejewski said. “We also find that during this period, leadership at NIH was involved in receiving third-party payments. For instance, Francis Collins, the immediate past director of NIH, received 14 payments. Dr. Anthony Fauci received 23 payments and his deputy, Clifford Lane, received eight payments.” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Neuroscience: Amateur Hour
Episode 19: The Neuroscience of your Ears and Super Loud Rock Concerts

Neuroscience: Amateur Hour

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 12:00


Welcome back! This week, I want to talk about your ears and how going to super loud concerts can impact your ability to hear. You might be thinking wait - ears aren't brains. But the way we process sound in our ears is a part of the peripheral nervous system so I say close enough!Come and listen to learn a little bit more about your auditory system, your peripheral nervous system,  hair cells, and the absolutely insane feat of biological engineering that allows for sound to go from your surroundings to your brain. Please rate, review, and subscribe and if you have any questions, comments, concerns, queries, or complaints, please email me at neuroscienceamateurhour@gmail.com or DM me at NeuroscienceAmateurHour on Instagram.Citations and relevant pictures are below:The Physics Classroom. Sound Waves as Pressure Waves. Physicsclassroom.com. Published 2019. https://www.physicsclassroom.com/class/sound/u11l1c.cfmHow the Ear Works. www.hopkinsmedicine.org. https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/conditions-and-diseases/how-the-ear-works#:~:text=The%20Inner%20EarPetitpré C, Wu H, Sharma A, et al. Neuronal heterogeneity and stereotyped connectivity in the auditory afferent system. Nature Communications. 2018;9(1). doi:10.1038/s41467-018-06033-3Purves D, Augustine GJ, Fitzpatrick D, et al. The Auditory Cortex. Nih.gov. Published 2016. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK10900/Purves D, Augustine GJ, Fitzpatrick D, et al. The Inner Ear. Nih.gov. Published 2018. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK10946/Ruggero MA. Responses to sound of the basilar membrane of the mammalian cochlea. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 1992;2(4):449-456. doi:10.1016/0959-4388(92)90179-oWagner EL, Shin JB. Mechanisms of Hair Cell Damage and Repair. Trends in Neurosciences. 2019;42(6):414-424. doi:10.1016/j.tins.2019.03.006Youm I, Li W. Cochlear hair cell regeneration: an emerging opportunity to cure noise-induced sensorineural hearing loss. Drug Discovery Today. 2018;23(8):1564-1569. doi:10.1016/j.drudis.2018.05.001Santaolalla F, Salvador C, Martínez A, Sánchez JM, del Rey AS. Inner ear hair cell regeneration: A look from the past to the future. Neural Regeneration Research. 2013;8(24):2284-2289. doi:10.3969/j.issn.1673-5374.2013.24.008Support the show

Rich Zeoli
Fauci and the Head of the NIH Took in Royalties from Pharmaceutical Companies

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 40:07


Zeoli Show Hour 1:  In the first hour, Rich discussed the controversial report that Dr. Fauci and the head of the NIH to royalties from specific pharmaceutical companies that could present conflicts of interest to government grants for pharmaceutical research.  6:04-NEWS 6:08- Joe Manchin was the only Democrat to vote no on codifying Roe v Wade into law 6:14-After the primary, remember Republicans have to run together in November.  6:25-Royalty payments by pharmaceutical companies were sent to Dr. Fauci and the head of the NIH  6:35-Geroge Carlin's legacy continues to live on even 14 years after his death  Photo by: Alex Wong / Staff

Daily News Brief
Daily News Brief for Thursday, May 12th, 2022

Daily News Brief

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 16:32


Hi, this is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Thursday, May 12th, 2022. Have you guys signed up for our CrossPolitic Liberty Tour show in Phoenix Arizona? We’re a week away at this point! We’ll be joined by Political Analyst, Delano Squires, who’s made appearances on The Tucker Carlson Show, and Jason Whitlock, you get the idea, he knows his stuff, and Pastor and friend of the show, Pastor Jeff Durbin of Apologia Church. The show takes place May 19th, and tickets are only $20! So sign up right now at crosspolitic.com/libertytour. So, as Pastor Toby mentioned in his News Brief yesterday, in the wake of the Supreme Court Opinions appearing to dismantle Roe V. Wade, protests erupted in Washington D.C. outside of Supreme Court justices homes… I’m sure you’ve seen the disturbing videos… well now the tables have turned, as Pro-abortion activists are protesting outside Nancy Pelosi's house accusing her of being 'complicit' in destroying abortion rights. https://www.theblaze.com/news/abortion-pelosi-home-protest-abortion#toggle-gdpr Pro-abortion activists turned their vitriol on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and blamed her and the Democratic leadership for the expected overturn of the landmark Roe v. Wade decision. A small group of protesters demonstrated outside Pelosi's palatial mansion in San Francisco, California, on Tuesday. Video on social media showed a leader of the group vocalizing their fury… https://twitter.com/i/status/1524194201948278786 - Play whole video Boooo…. Boy those seven protesters were giving it their all there! The protest appeared to be organized by a far-left pro-abortion group called "Ruth Sent Us" that demanded Pelosi investigate the Supreme Court justices in order to "save" abortion. They accused her of being "careless and cowardly" in her leadership and blamed her for not doing enough to prevent Brett Kavanaugh from being nominated to the Supreme Court. The accusations against Pelosi paralleled those made against President Joe Biden by many on social media who accused him of not doing enough to protect abortion rights. Left-wing protesters have also targeted the homes of several members of the Supreme Court for protests, including those of Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, a Democrat, meanwhile called on other Democrats to pass laws and file lawsuits at the state level to protect abortion ahead of the Roe. v. Wade decision expected to be made by the Supreme Court in several months. This is not the first time Pelosi's home has been a targeted by left-wing protesters. In Jan. 2021, protesters vandalized her home with graffiti and left a severed pig's head on her sidewalk. Well isn’t that lovely? I’m sure that Nancy will spin a fine yarn about the Roe V Wade situation… Now, I have a question for you… Did you know that more than 75% of those raised in evangelical, Presbyterian, and Reformed churches don’t pursue any kind of Christian higher education? Surprising isn’t it. Cornerstone Work & Worldview Institute is seeking to provide a new, exciting, and affordable option for Christians. Their mission is to build Kingdom culture in the workplace by equipping their students in a Trinitarian worldview and vocational competencies. Their low-cost full-time program offers integrative course modules, internships, and mentoring so their students can finish debt-free with vocational preparation, a robust faith, and financial potential to build strong godly families and homes rooted in their communities and churches long-term. Visit their website at www.cornerstonework.org to find out more about enrolling. FDA Commissioner Claims ‘Misinformation’ Is Now America’s Leading Cause Of Death https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/robert-spencer/2022/05/10/fda-commissioner-claims-misinformation-is-now-americas-leading-cause-of-death-n1596756 According to PJ Media, The Leftist establishment is waging all-out war against the freedom of speech under the guise of combating what it claims is “misinformation” and “disinformation.” Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton warned us against the supposedly rapidly spreading scourge of “disinformation,” and just days later, Biden’s Homeland Security Department unveiled its sinister Disinformation Governance Board, with an ill-defined and shifting scope of responsibilities. The Board, however, could be just the beginning. On Sirius XM’s Doctor Radio Reports Friday, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner Robert Califf said, “I have been telling Congress that misinformation is the leading cause of death.” Well then, by all means, we must outlaw it immediately! On CNN Saturday, Califf doubled down, again warning against “misinformation” in such apocalyptic terms that he appeared to be signaling that Biden’s handlers are working on still more speech restrictions. https://edition.cnn.com/videos/health/2022/05/07/fda-robert-califf-intv-misinformation-death-sot-vpx.cnn As you heard there, when he was asked about treating Asked to explain why he thought “misinformation” was the leading cause of death in America today, Califf immediately retreated, admitting that he had no data to establish his claim and tacitly admitting that it was just a Leftist talking point… in short, the interview should’ve stopped right there… “I have no data to support this next dumb thing I’m about to say.” Oh you have no data for this? Okay, end of discussion. Who is spreading misinformation here? That noted right-wing outlet, the New York Times, reported on Feb. 28 about a new study that didn’t quite agree with Califf’s rosy picture of the vaccines’ efficacy. As the omicron variant surged, the Times stated, “the vaccine’s effectiveness against hospitalization declined to 73 percent from 85 percent in the older children. In the younger children, effectiveness dropped to 48 percent from 100 percent. But because few children were hospitalized, these estimates have wide margins of error. The numbers for protection from infection are more reliable. Vaccine effectiveness against infection in the older children decreased to 51 percent from 66 percent. But in the younger children, it dropped sharply to just 12 percent from 68 percent.” But as far as Robert Califf is concerned, if we silence such inconvenient data and only allow the FDA’s line to flood the airwaves, many lives will be saved. We’ll be living in an authoritarian police state that silences dissenting views, but when has the Left ever been worried about that? Well Ohio seems to be worried about stuff like this, as a bill has been presented, that would ban Facebook, Twitter from censoring users… color me intrigued… https://fox8.com/news/ohio-bill-would-ban-facebook-twitter-from-censoring-users/ According to Fox 8 News in Columbus, One year after YouTube removed from its site a video in which an Ohio attorney touted lies about COVID-19, eight Republicans approved a bill to counter what they called Big Tech’s suppression of free speech. In an 8-4 vote Thursday, the Civil Justice Committee approved House Bill 441 to prohibit social media platforms from censoring expression based on a user’s “viewpoint” – not including speech that’s already deemed illegal under federal law, like harassment or shouting “fire” in a crowded theater. The bill joins an increasingly national discourse concerned with the uptick in social media sites deplatforming or restricting users – like the permanent suspension of former President Donald Trump’s Twitter account due to what Twitter says, was an incitement of violence… Though I’m sure we’ve all heard by now that Elon Musk said that he would reverse the ban on Trump, calling it “unmoral”. Though, with him not being saved, what does he mean by unmoral? Who says? Anyways. “By preventing Big Tech companies from continuing to engage in viewpoint discrimination, we hope to protect the free exchange of ideas and information in Ohio,” Rep. Scott Wiggam (R-Wooster) said in his testimony before the Civil Justice Committee. While the bill does not equip the state with the power to enforce the censorship ban, it does allow individual Ohioans to file a civil suit against social media companies with more than 50 million U.S. users that block, remove or restrict them from using their site. Or, you could take a break from social media entirely, and become a subscriber to our Fight Laugh Feast Magazine! Our Fight Laugh Feast Magazine is a quarterly issue that packs a punch like a 21 year Balvenie, no ice. We don’t water down our scotch, why would we water down our theology? Order a yearly subscription for yourself and then send a couple yearly subscriptions to your friends who have been drinking luke-warm evangelical cool-aid. Every quarter we promise quality food for the soul, wine for the heart, and some Red Bull for turning over tables. Our magazine will include cultural commentary, a Psalm of the quarter, recipes for feasting, laughter sprinkled through out the glossy pages, and more. Sign up for your annual subscription at: flfnetwork.com/product/fight-laugh-feast-magazine Anthony Fauci and Francis Collins Shared In ‘Secret’ NIH ‘Royalties’ Totaling $350M: According to a Watchdog Report https://www.dailywire.com/news/fauci-collins-shared-in-secret-nih-royalties-totaling-350m-watchdog-report Anthony Fauci, Francis Collins and other bigwigs at the National Institutes of Health reaped more than $350 million in secretive “royalty” payments from drug companies and other third parties over a 10-year period. The report from OpenTheBooks.com said the royalty payments, including at least 23 to Fauci and 14 to his former boss, Collins, were paid out between 2010 and 2020. Government scientists got the payments for being credited as “co-inventors” of various treatments and pharmaceutical products, according to the report. OpenTheBooks.com co-founder and CEO Adam Andrzejewski wrote, “Because those payments enrich the agency and its scientists, each and every royalty payment could be a potential conflict of interest and needs disclosure, NIH is a revolving door of tens of billions of dollars in government grant-making coupled with hundreds of millions of dollars in private – non-transparent – royalty payments.” The report paints an incestuous picture of the NIH doling out $30 billion a year in grants to some 56,000 recipients in Big Pharma, research institutes and other entities, with money flowing back to the secretive agency’s scientists and senior management in the form of huge royalty payments. It is not yet known how much the payments to Fauci, who is the U.S. government highest-salaried employee at $456,028, totaled. In addition to his salary and whatever royalty payments he has received, Fauci last year won a $1 million prize from the Dan David Foundation for “speaking truth to power.” Collins resigned as NIH director in December after leading the agency for 12 years. Fauci is the longtime head of NIH’s National Institute for Allergies and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), and also serves as chief medical adviser to President Joe Biden. OpenTheBooks.com made the $350 million estimate by extrapolating from documents received as part of a federal lawsuit against NIH. So far, the group has uncovered evidence of more than 22,100 royalty payments totaling nearly $134 million paid from 2009-2014 to 1,700 NIH scientists. The group is awaiting another 1,800 pages of royalty disclosures which would cover the period from 2015-2020. Under court order, the NIH has agreed to produce 300 pages a month, but insisted on producing documents related to Fauci last – sometime in November, according to Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch. Man… God is really exposing the rot of our nation, right before our eyes! This has been your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief. If you liked the show, share it far and wide, or become a club member, as we seek to build out our CrossPolitic army! And as always, if you’d like to discuss partnerships with CrossPolitic, email me at garrison@fightlaughfeast.com. For CrossPolitic news, I’m Garrison Hardie. Have a great day, and Lord bless.

CrossPolitic Studios
Daily News Brief for Thursday, May 12th, 2022 [Daily News Brief]

CrossPolitic Studios

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 16:32


Hi, this is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Thursday, May 12th, 2022. Have you guys signed up for our CrossPolitic Liberty Tour show in Phoenix Arizona? We’re a week away at this point! We’ll be joined by Political Analyst, Delano Squires, who’s made appearances on The Tucker Carlson Show, and Jason Whitlock, you get the idea, he knows his stuff, and Pastor and friend of the show, Pastor Jeff Durbin of Apologia Church. The show takes place May 19th, and tickets are only $20! So sign up right now at crosspolitic.com/libertytour. So, as Pastor Toby mentioned in his News Brief yesterday, in the wake of the Supreme Court Opinions appearing to dismantle Roe V. Wade, protests erupted in Washington D.C. outside of Supreme Court justices homes… I’m sure you’ve seen the disturbing videos… well now the tables have turned, as Pro-abortion activists are protesting outside Nancy Pelosi's house accusing her of being 'complicit' in destroying abortion rights. https://www.theblaze.com/news/abortion-pelosi-home-protest-abortion#toggle-gdpr Pro-abortion activists turned their vitriol on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and blamed her and the Democratic leadership for the expected overturn of the landmark Roe v. Wade decision. A small group of protesters demonstrated outside Pelosi's palatial mansion in San Francisco, California, on Tuesday. Video on social media showed a leader of the group vocalizing their fury… https://twitter.com/i/status/1524194201948278786 - Play whole video Boooo…. Boy those seven protesters were giving it their all there! The protest appeared to be organized by a far-left pro-abortion group called "Ruth Sent Us" that demanded Pelosi investigate the Supreme Court justices in order to "save" abortion. They accused her of being "careless and cowardly" in her leadership and blamed her for not doing enough to prevent Brett Kavanaugh from being nominated to the Supreme Court. The accusations against Pelosi paralleled those made against President Joe Biden by many on social media who accused him of not doing enough to protect abortion rights. Left-wing protesters have also targeted the homes of several members of the Supreme Court for protests, including those of Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, a Democrat, meanwhile called on other Democrats to pass laws and file lawsuits at the state level to protect abortion ahead of the Roe. v. Wade decision expected to be made by the Supreme Court in several months. This is not the first time Pelosi's home has been a targeted by left-wing protesters. In Jan. 2021, protesters vandalized her home with graffiti and left a severed pig's head on her sidewalk. Well isn’t that lovely? I’m sure that Nancy will spin a fine yarn about the Roe V Wade situation… Now, I have a question for you… Did you know that more than 75% of those raised in evangelical, Presbyterian, and Reformed churches don’t pursue any kind of Christian higher education? Surprising isn’t it. Cornerstone Work & Worldview Institute is seeking to provide a new, exciting, and affordable option for Christians. Their mission is to build Kingdom culture in the workplace by equipping their students in a Trinitarian worldview and vocational competencies. Their low-cost full-time program offers integrative course modules, internships, and mentoring so their students can finish debt-free with vocational preparation, a robust faith, and financial potential to build strong godly families and homes rooted in their communities and churches long-term. Visit their website at www.cornerstonework.org to find out more about enrolling. FDA Commissioner Claims ‘Misinformation’ Is Now America’s Leading Cause Of Death https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/robert-spencer/2022/05/10/fda-commissioner-claims-misinformation-is-now-americas-leading-cause-of-death-n1596756 According to PJ Media, The Leftist establishment is waging all-out war against the freedom of speech under the guise of combating what it claims is “misinformation” and “disinformation.” Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton warned us against the supposedly rapidly spreading scourge of “disinformation,” and just days later, Biden’s Homeland Security Department unveiled its sinister Disinformation Governance Board, with an ill-defined and shifting scope of responsibilities. The Board, however, could be just the beginning. On Sirius XM’s Doctor Radio Reports Friday, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner Robert Califf said, “I have been telling Congress that misinformation is the leading cause of death.” Well then, by all means, we must outlaw it immediately! On CNN Saturday, Califf doubled down, again warning against “misinformation” in such apocalyptic terms that he appeared to be signaling that Biden’s handlers are working on still more speech restrictions. https://edition.cnn.com/videos/health/2022/05/07/fda-robert-califf-intv-misinformation-death-sot-vpx.cnn As you heard there, when he was asked about treating Asked to explain why he thought “misinformation” was the leading cause of death in America today, Califf immediately retreated, admitting that he had no data to establish his claim and tacitly admitting that it was just a Leftist talking point… in short, the interview should’ve stopped right there… “I have no data to support this next dumb thing I’m about to say.” Oh you have no data for this? Okay, end of discussion. Who is spreading misinformation here? That noted right-wing outlet, the New York Times, reported on Feb. 28 about a new study that didn’t quite agree with Califf’s rosy picture of the vaccines’ efficacy. As the omicron variant surged, the Times stated, “the vaccine’s effectiveness against hospitalization declined to 73 percent from 85 percent in the older children. In the younger children, effectiveness dropped to 48 percent from 100 percent. But because few children were hospitalized, these estimates have wide margins of error. The numbers for protection from infection are more reliable. Vaccine effectiveness against infection in the older children decreased to 51 percent from 66 percent. But in the younger children, it dropped sharply to just 12 percent from 68 percent.” But as far as Robert Califf is concerned, if we silence such inconvenient data and only allow the FDA’s line to flood the airwaves, many lives will be saved. We’ll be living in an authoritarian police state that silences dissenting views, but when has the Left ever been worried about that? Well Ohio seems to be worried about stuff like this, as a bill has been presented, that would ban Facebook, Twitter from censoring users… color me intrigued… https://fox8.com/news/ohio-bill-would-ban-facebook-twitter-from-censoring-users/ According to Fox 8 News in Columbus, One year after YouTube removed from its site a video in which an Ohio attorney touted lies about COVID-19, eight Republicans approved a bill to counter what they called Big Tech’s suppression of free speech. In an 8-4 vote Thursday, the Civil Justice Committee approved House Bill 441 to prohibit social media platforms from censoring expression based on a user’s “viewpoint” – not including speech that’s already deemed illegal under federal law, like harassment or shouting “fire” in a crowded theater. The bill joins an increasingly national discourse concerned with the uptick in social media sites deplatforming or restricting users – like the permanent suspension of former President Donald Trump’s Twitter account due to what Twitter says, was an incitement of violence… Though I’m sure we’ve all heard by now that Elon Musk said that he would reverse the ban on Trump, calling it “unmoral”. Though, with him not being saved, what does he mean by unmoral? Who says? Anyways. “By preventing Big Tech companies from continuing to engage in viewpoint discrimination, we hope to protect the free exchange of ideas and information in Ohio,” Rep. Scott Wiggam (R-Wooster) said in his testimony before the Civil Justice Committee. While the bill does not equip the state with the power to enforce the censorship ban, it does allow individual Ohioans to file a civil suit against social media companies with more than 50 million U.S. users that block, remove or restrict them from using their site. Or, you could take a break from social media entirely, and become a subscriber to our Fight Laugh Feast Magazine! Our Fight Laugh Feast Magazine is a quarterly issue that packs a punch like a 21 year Balvenie, no ice. We don’t water down our scotch, why would we water down our theology? Order a yearly subscription for yourself and then send a couple yearly subscriptions to your friends who have been drinking luke-warm evangelical cool-aid. Every quarter we promise quality food for the soul, wine for the heart, and some Red Bull for turning over tables. Our magazine will include cultural commentary, a Psalm of the quarter, recipes for feasting, laughter sprinkled through out the glossy pages, and more. Sign up for your annual subscription at: flfnetwork.com/product/fight-laugh-feast-magazine Anthony Fauci and Francis Collins Shared In ‘Secret’ NIH ‘Royalties’ Totaling $350M: According to a Watchdog Report https://www.dailywire.com/news/fauci-collins-shared-in-secret-nih-royalties-totaling-350m-watchdog-report Anthony Fauci, Francis Collins and other bigwigs at the National Institutes of Health reaped more than $350 million in secretive “royalty” payments from drug companies and other third parties over a 10-year period. The report from OpenTheBooks.com said the royalty payments, including at least 23 to Fauci and 14 to his former boss, Collins, were paid out between 2010 and 2020. Government scientists got the payments for being credited as “co-inventors” of various treatments and pharmaceutical products, according to the report. OpenTheBooks.com co-founder and CEO Adam Andrzejewski wrote, “Because those payments enrich the agency and its scientists, each and every royalty payment could be a potential conflict of interest and needs disclosure, NIH is a revolving door of tens of billions of dollars in government grant-making coupled with hundreds of millions of dollars in private – non-transparent – royalty payments.” The report paints an incestuous picture of the NIH doling out $30 billion a year in grants to some 56,000 recipients in Big Pharma, research institutes and other entities, with money flowing back to the secretive agency’s scientists and senior management in the form of huge royalty payments. It is not yet known how much the payments to Fauci, who is the U.S. government highest-salaried employee at $456,028, totaled. In addition to his salary and whatever royalty payments he has received, Fauci last year won a $1 million prize from the Dan David Foundation for “speaking truth to power.” Collins resigned as NIH director in December after leading the agency for 12 years. Fauci is the longtime head of NIH’s National Institute for Allergies and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), and also serves as chief medical adviser to President Joe Biden. OpenTheBooks.com made the $350 million estimate by extrapolating from documents received as part of a federal lawsuit against NIH. So far, the group has uncovered evidence of more than 22,100 royalty payments totaling nearly $134 million paid from 2009-2014 to 1,700 NIH scientists. The group is awaiting another 1,800 pages of royalty disclosures which would cover the period from 2015-2020. Under court order, the NIH has agreed to produce 300 pages a month, but insisted on producing documents related to Fauci last – sometime in November, according to Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch. Man… God is really exposing the rot of our nation, right before our eyes! This has been your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief. If you liked the show, share it far and wide, or become a club member, as we seek to build out our CrossPolitic army! And as always, if you’d like to discuss partnerships with CrossPolitic, email me at garrison@fightlaughfeast.com. For CrossPolitic news, I’m Garrison Hardie. Have a great day, and Lord bless.

Human Events Daily with Jack Posobiec
MAY 11 2022 — MILITANT ABORTION GROUP, JANE'S REVENGE, STRIKES IN WISCONSIN

Human Events Daily with Jack Posobiec

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 23:25


A radical left group, has claimed responsibility for the Antifa style firebombing of the Wisconsin Pro-life organization, the House of Representatives just passed a $40 BILLION aid package for the war in Ukraine(as inflation soars to 8.3% for the American people), a secret Fauci royalty payment stream that was hidden by the NIH has been uncovered, and finally, a Thiel-backed financial fund is taking on ‘woke' Blackrock activism.Here's your Daily dose of Human Events with @JackPosobiec To get $500 of free silver on a qualifying purchase go to https://allegiancegold.com/POSO/ with code POSO  Save up to 65% on MyPillow products by going to MyPillow.com/POSO and use code POSO

The Kevin Jackson Show
Ep. 22-186 - Quantitative Easing

The Kevin Jackson Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 38:40


In this episode, millions in undisclosed royalties paid to Fauci and the NIH for WuFlu. Inflation up over 8% with a decline in wages of 3.5%. If you invested in Biden, you lost money!