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In this episode of Real Talk, KJK Student Defense Attorneys Susan Stone and Kristina Supler are joined by Dr. Cara Natterson, a pediatrician, consultant, and New York Times bestselling author of puberty and parenting books. They discuss puberty. The conversation includes what changes in puberty professionals have seen over the years, the contributing factors that affect puberty in adolescents and the best methods for helping kids and their parents go through puberty successfully. Links: https://myoomla.com Show Notes: Show Notes: (03:07) What goal is the Puberty Podcast trying to achieve? (05:15) How hormones affect children's behavior as they go through adolescence (06:41) Are kids mentally prepared for puberty once it hits? (08:28) Why are kids nowadays experiencing puberty earlier than previous generations? (09:07) What are the possible factors that are speeding up the occurrence of puberty in adolescents? (10:36) Has the breast size of the young females of this generation increased compared to that of the former? (12:10) Is the spike of obesity in recent years the main reason behind bigger boobs in adolescent girls? (13:41) How a life-changing product and survival guide on how to get through puberty especially for kids was born (14:33) Should young ladies be wearing sports bras when they hit puberty? (15:05) What is the best type of bra for girls to start with? (16:05) Can underwear offer both comfort and health benefits? (16:30) How Dr. Cara is giving a voice to children going through puberty (18:25) Should the age at which kids go through puberty determine when we should treat them as adults? (19:00) Why are female early bloomers at a higher risk for sexual predation? (21:01) Is it scientifically proven that the pandemic has negatively affected the mental health of students? (22:33) What's the one piece of advice you would give to parents about their children and their mental health? (24:12) How has the adaptation of the body positivity movement impacted children's mental health when it comes to their weight? (24:31) Has the context of eating disorders and body image in boys and girls evolved throughout the years? (26:47) Should parents initiate, “the birds and the bees” talk with their kids even if they don't ask about sex? (28:51) How can parents help their children deal with weight and acne problems without hurting their feelings? (31:22) How have periods transformed over the years? (34:31) Has the rate of ADHD in boys surged recently? (36:58) What does sleep do to our bodies? (38:05) Are sleeping patterns of teenagers different from other age groups? (39:19) What can you do for your child when they can't sleep and begin to overthink? (39:47) Are sleeping aids such as melatonin supplements or gummies safe for teens who have trouble falling asleep? (41:13) How do you know when you should seek professional help for insomnia? (42:25) What's one piece of advice you would give to kids who have low self-esteem? Transcript: Susan Stone: So today we're gonna talk about something that somehow has become a lost topic, and that is puberty. Kristina Supler: Just saying that word is making me have these like awkward flashbacks, Susan Stone: but it shouldn't. You know, I have to say I think of puberty very differently now that my oldest is 25 and I've seen them go through everything. And as a Jewish mama, I think of puberty kids at their bar and Bos mitzvah talking about, No, I am a man. A man. And you see this little guy going, Today, I am a man. And I'm like, No, you're a little pisser. Um, and for those out there, you get it. If you've been to a bar mitzvah and then something magical happens, Puberty. And then the voice drops and the boobs grow. And indeed they do look like little men and women. So we're gonna talk about puberty today. Kristina Supler: Well, and this is an issue that's particularly, uh, topical. I pertinent for the Supler household. My daughter would be mortified, but she is, um, in sixth grade. And so lots of conversations are starting to happen in our house. And indeed, A book that we're gonna talk about today has been purchased, so it's fortuitous to have our guests today. Today we are joined by Dr. Cara Natterson. Cara is a pediatrician, consultant, speaker, and New York Times best selling author of multiple books, including The Care and Keeping of You, the American Girl Library Series. And she has sold more than 6 million copies of that book. And indeed, I have purchased that book. Um, additionally, she's recently published Decoding Boys. And in 2020, Carra launched OOMLA, which is basically a a puberty positive company that we're gonna talk more about. Thank you for joining us, Kara. Dr. Cara Natterson: Thank you so much for having me. I'm so excited to be here, and yours is not the only horrified child. My two children were just just deeply dismayed by what I did when they were going through puberty. Susan Stone: That's amazing and we, we welcome you. I wanna start by talking about your podcast, The Puberty Podcast. So Kristina and I are sort of new to the podcasting world and apparently it is a world so newish ish. We're newish. It's been like a year, and we we're very proud of our Real Talk with Susan and Kristina podcast that you're on. Because we think that podcasting is just a wonderful way to reach audiences. So on your podcast, you talk about all things adolescence from body image and behavioral changes to sex and consent. Tell us, Cara, what is the real goal and what are you trying to accomplish with your podcast? Dr. Cara Natterson: So we, we call it the Puberty podcast. But people think about puberty as being specific to the body changes that are happening, and that's the very narrow definition of puberty. It's the path through sexual maturity. The reason we call it the Puberty Podcast and talk about all these other adjacent topics as well, is that the same hormones that make your boobs grow and that make your shoulders broad and that make you hairy, and that make you smell all of those same hormones also impact your moods and your feelings, and therefore your friendships and therefore your family dynamics. And so there are all these downstream. Issues that used to be called adolescence, and those two buckets were really separate. Like there was puberty, which was your body, and there was adolescence, which was everything else. But what has become really clear is that those two things are actually quite synonymous. The Venn diagram overlap of those two topics is massive. And so we like to talk about all of it. Because it is the one stage of life that regardless of your gender, regardless of your background, regardless of where on the globe you are growing up, you will go through puberty. This is a universal rite of passage, and it's a much longer rite of passage than it used. Susan Stone: You know, I don't know if you will agree with this statement, but when Kristina and I first became law Partners, her children were just, I think the preschool age and a little older. Kristina Supler: Yeah, that's about right. Susan Stone: And I remember saying to her, At that time, you are in your golden years. Mm-hmm. ? Mm-hmm. . I think post potty training and before puberty is just the sweetest time when a parent is with a child. Why do kids become little monsters once they hit puberty? It's, And do you agree with me? Dr. Cara Natterson: It's such a good question. I do agree with you that in that time between when they learn to walk and talk and when their, their sex hormones, estrogen and, and testosterone in particular, start to surge, the, the most common question out of their mouth is, you know, do you wanna know how much I love you? I mean, it's wrote, I can't beat it. Right. You really can't beat it. So, but what happens is, and it's by the way, it used to happen at 10 or 11, and now it's happening at eight on average for girls, and between nine and 10 on average for boys. Is that the, the sex hormones are starting to get ramped up in the body. The ovaries produce estrogen in the female body. The testicles produce testosterone in the male body, and those hormones don't just circulate below the neck. Those hormones circulate up in the brain and they impact the way kids feel. And we all know this. Every single person has felt this. We felt the highs and the lows of hormone surges. This is new to kids. They don't know how to manage it. Their brains are getting used to it, and that's what you are seeing and feeling when kids hit their tween and teen years. Susan Stone: I have a question. Dr. Cara Natterson: Sure. Susan Stone: Now that it's puberty is happening so young a. Are they mentally ready for this ? Dr. Cara Natterson: None of us are mentally ready for this. They are not. And this is a humongous piece of this puzzle. It really, um, it shouldn't matter when they enter puberty in so far as. It should just be a natural process in life. And it happens when it happens. And by the way, the range is very broad. So there are of course kids who start earlier and kids who start later, but it shouldn't matter. The problem is we live in a world in a context where it really does matter. So think about it this way. Um, the average age for cell phone ownership in this country is 10. It's 10. Okay? Now I've just told you more than half of all kids have either estrogen or testosterone coursing through their bodies by the time they're 10. So now you're gonna combine a brain that's pretty immature with these hormones that are pretty potent and devices, and no, the answer to your question is they're not ready. The brain is not going to be able to make consistently smart consequential decisions until it's close to 30. That's two more decades, so the puberty is happening earlier. It is not happening faster, and brain development is not happening faster. It just means we have to parent them a little bit differently. Kristina Supler: So you've touched on something that Susan and I in preparation for today, Cara, what we were sort of wrestling with and talking through is that notion or question of, it seems like our children today are going through puberty earlier, at least than it in my tween years. And, and Susan indicated the same and, and you've acknowledged that. Why though? Why is that happening? Dr. Cara Natterson: That's the question. The most common question I get, most common question I get. The really unfortunate answer is I don't know. I, I do know, and I work with a number of specialists. One of my favorite people, um, who is truly an expert on this subject is a woman named Louise Greenspan. She wrote a phenomenal book called The New Puberty. It came out in 2014, but it's just as relevant today as when it came out, and it answered that question. She is a researcher based in Northern California. She runs a lot of the studies that make headlines in the papers about when kids are going through puberty and why, and here's what she says. She says, it's everything we put into and onto our bodies. It's the food we eat. It's the liquids we drink. It's the cosmetics we're putting onto our bodies. It is the air we breathe and we just don't know the lowest common denominator. We don't know what we can take out of those things in order to fix the situation. Louise on. We did a podcast with her. Um, Recently, relatively recently, where she talked a little bit about antibiotics, and this is one, people talk about endocrine disrupting hormones all the time, but they don't talk about antibiotics. And Louise connected the dots and helped to explain why antibiotics that are given to poultry and to cows milk. Milk are directly impacting the way that these hormones work. And I can't do it justice here, but she has a really elegant description of it. Susan Stone: So, I'm gonna ask you a question that's not so elegant. Hmm, Dr. Cara Natterson: Go for it. Susan Stone: Can I ask you? Yeah. Okay. My readers are gonna be horrified and Kristina, feel free to kick me, but is it my imagination, but are boobs bigger? It's a really fair question, , Kristina Supler: and I wonder if there's a, a, a correlation to maybe childhood obesity as well. I, I don't know, Susan Stone: Cara, So give us the answer. Dr. Cara Natterson: Great question. Susan Stone: I mean, of course it didn't help me out. I know. I'm sharing. I'm oversharing, guys. . Dr. Cara Natterson: I could overshare here too. But you know, my daughter is so tired of me oversharing that I'm gonna, I'm gonna just answer the questions I could, but I won't. Exactly. Um, I have learned my lesson over time. Um, so the, the answer is anecdotally, I agree with you. Um, there is no data that shows it, but I definitely see what you see. Um, and there are probably a couple of contributing factors, and one is exactly what Kristina just pointed to, which is that, um, the average body weight in this country has gone up and up and up. Um, so about 20% of all tweens and teens are overweight or obese. Uh, we are looking at 33, 34% of all adults in this country who are obese. If you add overweight adults, we get to 74, 75% of the entire population. Breasts are made of water and fat tissue, and then duct systems. And so yes, when we accumulate extra body fat, that is one of the parts of the body where the body fat accumulates. But I actually think there's probably something else going on as well. And just go with me here. I'm gonna give you like 10 seconds of science. Sure. Susan Stone: I thought it was a dumb question and I thought I was imagining it. Literally, my daughter goes to an all-girl school and look, my oldest is 25, so I'm talking about a change from a a couple years and I was looking and I went, What is going on here? Dr. Cara Natterson: No, and, and here's one really interesting way of thinking about it. I don't know that this is scientifically what's going on, but the more fat cells we have in the body, the more ability the body has to convert hormones from one form into another. Because fat cells do what's called peripheral conversion. They actually change hormones from one form to another. So as body weights have gone up, hor, different levels of hormones have gone up in the body as a function of the fat cells being present. And I do think that's probably a contributor, although I don't know, and I'm not a researcher in this field, but I think it's very real. The other thing anecdotally that I've seen change, and again, no studies here, but in the world of pediatrics, definitely much more acne. Oh, I'm at too, right? And the acne is much more intense. Like it's not a few pimples, it's scarring. Full-face, full back, full chest. Same drivers here. Same drivers. Kristina Supler: Hormones. Powerful stuff. Yep. Uh, so I'd love to switch gears and talk about the business you launched OOMLA, which aims to make puberty comfortable, and you have all sorts of content for teens and tweens, and then also parents. Tell us about the mission of OOMLA and why you decided to launch that endeavor when it it seems like you have so much other stuff going on as well. Dr. Cara Natterson: Yeah, I have the thing or two. So when I was writing the American girl books, I was traveling all over the country and it was a, an unbelievable opportunity to speak with parents and kids everywhere. And what became very clear to me was that there's lots of information about how to get through puberty aimed at adults only. Very little aimed at kids and there is no product solution. So boobs. Perfect example. Everyone who has two X chromosomes and goes through a typical puberty will get breasts. But no one seemed to care that there was an on ramp of consumers who needed a bra that felt good and comfortable and fit them well. Susan Stone: Don't they wear their sports bras? Dr. Cara Natterson: I have an issue with that because when they wear their sports bras, their sports bras bind them so tightly. And again, I don't have science to back this up. I just have scientific reasoning. Any tissue that's growing against resistance is going to grow differently. So breast tissue that's growing against sports bra resistance all day, every day. I think that is breast tissue that is more likely to get cystic or dense. That I think is going to create a type out that's, Susan Stone: that's interesting. Dr. Cara Natterson: There's just no question. The other is the chafing, the irritation, and the smell of a sports bra. So what we did is I, I started a product. I said, I gotta fix the bra. That's the first thing we have to fix. And so we created the OOMBra and the OOMbra is super soft, cotton reversible. So you can wear it on either side. And there's a cute print. Truly cute print, not ugly, cute print. I was gonna say two. You got it. And then so you can flip it and sign out. But there's a middle panel that does I'd call it like a half measure of a sports bra. It doesn't bind you tight. It's almost like a piece of paper. It's got no stretch. So it hugs you but doesn't bind you, which to me feels safer. And why does it feel safer? Because when you take off your OOMbra at the end of the day, you don't exhale. You don't feel better. Which is the sign that you're not being bound too tight. So that's the first thing we fix. Then we launch shorts that are the opposite of underpants. They have low crotch, wide legs, and they air you out because you're in sweaty underpants all day long. And that's where smells come from and that's where yeast growth comes from. And all this stuffs right. You got it. So we did that. Oh my gosh. The best is yet to come. We have socks coming this winter that do not smell. Kristina Supler: Whoa. That's cool. Dr. Cara Natterson: I, I know. It's amazing. So that's the product line. We love, love, love what we do on the product side. More important than that is the content side. So we do have a lot of content aimed at adults. But the content that I care the most about is called our puberty portal. And it is articles about puberty written by and for tweens and teens. That's amazing. It is awesome. It is a, a, an 18 year old is telling a 12 year old how it feels to go through a certain stage of life. And I'm reading everything. So it's all medically accurate. But it's through the lens of someone who just went through it. And it is to me that's, That's the gold. That's the gold. Susan Stone: So Kristina and I represent students when they have issues being accused either in the criminal justice system or at their school with basically violations of a Title IX policy, sexual harassment, sexual assault. And typically our work with younger kids is to secure accommodations and better IEPs, individual education plans. And I'm hearing you talk about puberty happening earlier and boobs getting bigger, hygiene issues and hygiene issues, but I, I, I wanna say just because your child is maturing physically more and going through puberty, Wouldn't you say that doesn't mean necessarily that they are advancing sexually? And that it's still okay to treat them in an age appropriate way that a 10 year old is still a 10 year old. So just because they may look like a 16 year old looked maybe when I went to high school, that they're still young. I, I just feel like we're trying to make them older too quickly. Dr. Cara Natterson: I think that needs to be said in bold with highlighter and exclamation points. It is not just, It's just not just, okay. It's critical that we let kids be kids. Yes, we must treat them the age they are not the age they look. And by the way, this goes for kids who are late to puberty as well, who look young. And are treated younger than they actually are, um, because they have issues around that. But in the group that you're discussing, you know, these are kids who are at high risk. We know that girls who go through puberty early are at higher risk for sexual predation. We know that. Why? Because they present as older and they find themselves in situations that their brain cannot handle. The world has to treat them like kids. The world needs to protect them like kids. It makes me so, so sad when I see people treat kids as if they're mini adults and I know exactly what's going on in their brain. Their brain can't handle that kind of thinking at 25. Their brain can't handle that kind of thinking. I Susan Stone: What's the rush? I know that there's a lot of talk. I, I've heard other parents talk, especially as you know, my children were in early high school about boyfriends. You know, I never had that talk with my children. I really worked very hard to make my kids stay as young for as long as possible while having conversations about sex education. You can do both at the same time. Kristina Supler: Well, and I think, Susan, to your point though, even more, I think the, the sentiment you're expressing is even more important in today's time when our children at and adults, all of us are constantly bombarded by social media and advertising and all of this material that is really encouraging it's kids to grow up faster. And you know, I think that students are now living through, um, The impact of Covid and the constant bombardment of social media. And it really presents a lot of challenges. I know, uh, last year the surgeon General issued an advisory on mental health. And I'm just wondering, Cara, as a pediatrician, have you noticed a direct correlation between the pandemic and mental health among students? Dr. Cara Natterson: Everything that you've read about in the paper, everything that you've heard about in terms of the mental health emergency is true. And in some regard, this sometimes an understatement. The mental health impact of Covid was so massive. Um, I live in Los Angeles. Our schools were shut for 16 months. Imagine. Right that, And listen, I, as a physician, I understood, I understood how the decisions were being made to prioritize physical, biological safety, but the mental health implications are so massive. We're so massive. Susan Stone: We're still suffering. Dr. Cara Natterson: You bet. And they're massive everywhere. By the way, it doesn't matter if you were here where everything was shut, or if you were in places where school reopened six weeks, eight weeks into the pandemic. It really actually, it really didn't matter. The mental health crisis in this country is so phenomenally large. So much so that I think it's hard for a lot of parents to even begin to read about it and think about it. It's overwhelming. It's scary. When we talk about kids who have suicidal ideation, it's terrifying. When we talk about kids who are cutting themselves or who are restricting their eating. This is heavy, big stuff. And, um, I, this summer I wrote a book with my, um, partner at OOMLA. Um, we wrote a book that's called Modern Puberty, How it's Changed and How to Talk about It. Susan Stone: Is the book out yet? Dr. Cara Natterson: It comes out in 2023. What chapter did we wait to write until last? Mental health. Because even though we work in this field, it's a lot for anyone to think through and to manage, but you have to, And so the one piece of advice I have for all parents is find your team of supporters. So that might be other parents, but it's a school official, an administrator or a counselor at school who can help your kid. A physician, whether it's a pediatrician, a family healthcare provider who can help your kid. A therapist or a counselor who can help your kid. A mentor, a coach, an inspiration who can help your kid. These are all people who have eyes on your kid and can tell you in different context how they're doing. This is your team and, and it's important to lean into the team. Susan Stone: Speaking about mental health issues and I, Kristina, you brought up seeing, you know, the rise in body weight, part of me thinks that this is not a bad thing and I'm going to just express why. I recall when I went to college and still to this day, knowing a lot of people with very serious eating disorders, lots of anorexia. And I'm just wondering, I, I think I would rather see a little extra, you know, love on a child versus starvation or bulimia. Would you agree that this change in po body positivity and even if it means that our kids are a little bit and they weigh more or more than their BMI should be, it's, it's in balance a good thing. Dr. Cara Natterson: So I'm gonna reframe it a little and I'm gonna say a couple of different things. The first is the body positivity movement is wonderful. I love it. And it is a, yeah, it's a very important piece to this puzzle. But when we talk about disordered eating, those of us who are raised in the eighties and early nineties, think about Susan Stone: guilty , Dr. Cara Natterson: right? Think about weight loss and being too thin. And actually the eating disorder world encompasses people of all different weights and shapes and sizes. There are people who are restricting. There are people who are purging through exercise, or they're taking laxatives. Or they're vomiting. Those are people who are trying to lose weight. But especially among boys, they're totally missed because they're not trying to lose weight, they're trying to bulk up. They actually want more muscle. They don't wanna be the thin kid, and so often you get disordered behaviors on the other end of the spectrum. And this is an important piece to recognize, is that our old school, thinking of what disordered eating looks like is very narrow. And very limited. And there are people who need help and want help across the spectrum. So while I think Bos body positivity is wonderful, um, and while I also think that the, the broadening of female body ideals has been really positive, we're not there yet. But it's not just stick thin, that's the ideal anymore. Curvy is ideal. Strong and muscular is ideal. The the, the genetic male there's been no evolution for them in terms of body ideals. There's been no moving of the needle. The same body ideal that existed in the sixties and seventies exists today. The only difference is you're allowed to shave your head now, but the six pack abs and the broad shoulders and you know, you go kind of walk down all the features of a GI Joe doll, that's still the male body ideal. And so we have a long way to go in order to honor half of the population and recognize their struggles in any number of directions. Kristina Supler: I'd like to sort of transition to a new topic, sex education. And in, in your book, Decoding Boys, you mention that, uh, waiting for your child to ask questions about sex ed is often a great way to gauge where the child is at mentally. But what happens if your child just, just never asks? Do you feel that parents should open the conversation up on their own, or what are your thoughts for parents who are facing that issue? Dr. Cara Natterson: I hope it was clear in Decoding Boys, for sure in Modern Puberty, we have pages and pages and pages about when you need to talk about sex with your kids. It's sooner than you think. Um, most of your kids are not coming to you when they need the information. You do need to start opening those lines of communication before they prompt you with the question. So if, if an eight year old comes to you and asks you questions, Answer the questions that are being asked. But if a 10 or 11 year old has not come to you, well then let's contextualize it. The average age for first porn viewing in this country, if you are male, is between 11 and 13. So the adults in those kids' lives want to sex educate their kids before their kids are sex educated by strangers on a screen. So I usually use 10 or 11 as my cutoff for if they haven't come to you, you do need to start going to them and opening the lines of communication because of what's on their screens. If they're the youngest of five. You're gonna go to them sooner, right? If they're kids who have lots of older kid influences, you're gonna go to them sooner. The question is as much, how do you go to them as when do you go to them? And so, you know, there are some strategies that you can use. Um, and there's a lot of language that you can use around that. But opening up the conversation is critical. Susan Stone: I like what you're saying about opening up the conversation and I, I wanna circle back to, and I know we're flip flopping guys, but you're making us think. And sometimes the brain processes. Can we go back to the, when you see a child having a lot of acne or maybe being a little too heavy. You don't wanna shame them. But you do want them to keep their skin clean or eat healthy. What's the balance and what's the advice you would give parents? Dr. Cara Natterson: So my partner, Vanessa and I talk about how often we mess this up on our podcast. Every week we talk about how parents and the adults who are helping to raise kids will screw up this conversation time and time and time again. And our advice is, however, you can bring something up in a non shaming, non-judgemental way, try it. But if it falls flat or if it lands poorly, Take the do-over. So a good example is with acne, um, I've messed this up 12 different times in my own house with my own kids. There are ways to show your kids how to wash their face. Ask them if they need new products. Suggest that they not pop pimples. Explain why. At the end of the day, some of it's gonna land and some of it's not. Sometimes you're gonna choose the wrong time or the wrong tone, and your child's gonna let you know. and they're gonna be very clear with you. They're either gonna tell you or they're gonna walk out of the room and shut the conversation down. So it's really appropriate to circle back with them, not immediately, but a little bit later and say, I think I really messed that one up. My goal is to just talk to you about hygiene and how to take care of your skin. I'm here to answer any questions and then you try again another day with another round of, would you like this cleanser or another round of, Are you, you know, in my house the other day it was, Hey, are you using a clean towel? When you wipe your face at the end of the day, you wash your face. Kristina Supler: Oh, sure. Yes, yes, yes. Dr. Cara Natterson: Right. That was my attempt in and it was not shut down entirely , but where it doesn't matter if you do this for a living or not, these are hard conversations. Just no shame, no judgment. Kristina Supler: One other question about puberty and development, um, I'm wondering, With everything you've spoken a lot about, uh, hormones and bodies being impacted by what we eat and what we put on our skin and so on and so forth. I'm wondering also, kind of in line with Susan's question are, are our breasts getting bigger now among adolescents, females? What about periods are, are periods becoming more painful, uh, taking place for a longer period of time? What can you say about that? Heavier, heavier, heavier flow? Dr. Cara Natterson: So, um, periods are, are one topic that we have a lot of data on. Um, one of the reasons we have a lot of data on is they're measurable. You can see them, people talk about them these days. Think about 20 years ago, no one ever talked about period. Now, I mean, teenagers just talk, talk, talk, talk, talk about their period to the point where it's almost astounding even to me. Um, but they're measurable. And also a lot of people are on these period apps, right? Where they're tracking their periods and the apps are collecting that we know about those apps, right. And those apps, I would imagine the two lawyers on the other end of the microphone have the same feelings that the doctor has, which is, they're great, but the privacy issues are huge on these apps. So they're pros and cons right to the, to the data collection there. And Susan Stone: they're a poor form of birth control. Dr. Cara Natterson: Oh, they are not, Yes, they are not in our approved list of birth control. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. Um, so, but, but, um, what do we know about periods? We know this is the most amazing fact about periods. We know that puberty is beginning on average two years earlier for a genetic female. But periods aren't happening any earlier at all. They have remained basically stable for the last 60 years. Um, maybe you can argue they've moved up by a month or two, but the gap in breast development has shifted by two years. So what does that tell you? That tells you? Kristina Supler: It's bizarre. Dr. Cara Natterson: It's bizarre. And what it tells you is puberty is stretching like taffy. It is starting earlier, but it is happening slower, not faster. And this middle marker, people used to think of it as either the beginning of puberty or the end of puberty. It is neither. Getting your first period is a middle marker. This middle marker hasn't changed. As we get more and more data about length of period and heaviness of flow and all that, we can answer questions more about, um, how hormone shifts are impacting that. But right now, um, remember that the reporters who are telling us how heavy their periods are are 12 and 13 and 14, and they only have themselves to compare to mm-hmm. when it's, is this a heavy period, how do they know? Right. What are they measuring against? And so right now the data looks like the periods themselves have really not changed very much at all. Susan Stone: Can we talk about boys a little bit? Yeah. Yeah. So I, this is again, and, and right now I'm feeling pretty good about my observations, but I'm observing that almost every boy, Kristina, or young man or college age student has adhd. I mean, I don't think I've met anybody recently who does not have ADHD or some form of ADD. Is that just who we see in our, I mean, you wouldn't know in our office, but is there a rise in ADD or ADHD in boys, or is it just we're better at identifying it? Or is it the pandemic that's made it worse? What's going on with ADD in boys? Dr. Cara Natterson: There's a very well-documented rise in medication for H ADHD in both genders over the past two or three decades. Some people believe it's accurate diagnosis and we're better at picking kids up. Some people believe it's over diagnosis, and it's an over call because if any of us was on a stimulant every single day, we would do better. We would focus more, we would, I mean, I'm on a stimulant every day. It's called caffeine. I do a cup of coffee and I lock in and feel like I can get my work done. That is, that, that is what caffeine does. It is a stimulant. So, um, there's a whole world of people who debate is. Is this rise and what you are seeing real or not real? I would have to guess that the community, the population you are dealing with are kids who are risk takers more impulsive. That's a big issue. Right, and And what is one of the diagnostic criteria of ADHD? Impulsivity. You don't have to be impulsive to have the diagnosis, but boy are you likely to have the diagnosis if you're highly impulsive. So I think probably in your population you have a skewed group. But that being said, I think we see much more impulsivity and hyperactivity and attentional issues now than we ever saw before. Kristina Supler: I'm wondering also if. The impact of sleep on teens and tweens and with phones and social media, and you name it. Let's face it, at least in my house, I mean, people are staying up much later than I'd like. And I know Susan, you've said that as well. Susan Stone: Well, I have to chime in. I am a terrible, terrible sleeper. I always was. Post-menopause it's much worse. And. My kids are very bad sleepers. So the question is, are you seeing that everybody's getting worse sleep? And how is that different for those in puberty? And when you have a kid, and, and I know I'm hearing it from my youngest saying I can't sleep. Is it okay to give melatonin? Is it okay to maybe give NyQuil? I mean, or should you just say, tough it out? Because when I say tough it out, she wakes up and she's exhausted. Dr. Cara Natterson: Mm. Yeah. Okay. We have a much deeper appreciation for the need for sleep today than we've ever had before. And we understand that sleep does a number of things to the body, but the top four that I always share with kids when I'm teaching in the classroom are that number one, sleep resets your mood. Okay? We all know that. Number two. It resets your metabolism because it impacts the way different metabolic hormones shift in your body. So it changes the way you feel hunger, and it changes the way you store your calories, either as fat or you burn through them. Number three, it files away memory. So if you cram for a test all night long, you're not gonna do as well as if you go to bed and get a good night's sleep because you need to sleep to store the memory. And the fourth, this is the big selling point for kids, is that you grow when you sleep. Not when you lay down, not at night when you sleep. You Susan Stone: know, it's, That doesn't Interesting. You grow when you sleep. Yeah. That's why I remember my mother always saying to me, I would say My leg hurts. She'd say, Oh, it's growing pain, Dr. Cara Natterson: growing pains. Yep. And so here's the thing about sleep, though, it doesn't come easily to everyone, um, especially teenagers whose melatonin level. So melatonin is a natural hormone that your brain produces to tell your body it's time for sleep. And most people have a melatonin surge that happens sometime between eight and 10:00 PM and then they get tired and then they fall asleep an hour or two later. The three. But teenagers, Yeah, I mean, well, teenage brains, right? They do not have melatonin surges at 8 pm. Let me, Sorry. They do not have melatonin searches at 8:00 PM They have melatonin searches closer to 11:00 PM or midnight and said to me, What? That makes sense though, Why they wanna stay up? I, Kristina Supler: Yes. So I'm like dying to go to bed, but Dr. Cara Natterson: me too. And so they may get into bed at 10 o'clock at night and want to do the right thing and get sleep and lay there and not be able to fall asleep. The worst. The other thing is there are some kids, and I have one of these kids who. They lay down in bed and what happens? They start processing the day. Mm-hmm. And they cannot turn their brain off. And you know, Susan, that may be you. You know, that may be one of the things that keeps you up. It is. Right? Susan Stone: And what do we do? Dr. Cara Natterson: Okay. Meditation. Learning how meditation does not turn your brain off. Meditation teaches you how to quiet certain parts of your brain so that you can accomplish things like sleep. I cannot tell you how many kids I know who have started listening to meditation apps and started to learn how to turn down the volume of their brain and it changes their sleep. Kristina Supler: How do you feel though about melatonin supplements or gummies or any of that? Yeah. Dr. Cara Natterson: You know, I mean, I think when used appropriately, they're fine. I think anyone can become dependent upon anything. The melatonin dependence issue is really more, um, psychological. Mm-hmm. , the physiological. Um, it's hard to give someone enough melatonin every single day that they become physically dependent upon it. What happens is if you take melatonin, you just replace what your brain normally makes and you're trying to game the system. So you're trying to shift the time so you fall asleep at the right time, but eventually your brain should take over and just start making it at that correct time. So, um, to me it's more like a, there's a more of a placebo effect than anything else where I'm gonna take my melatonin, okay, mentally, now I'm gonna start getting tired. And your body then goes down through this ritual of getting tired. Not to say that the melatonin isn't being absorbed and doesn't work, but there's a huge psychological component. So it would be really empowering to our kids and frankly to us to not be dependent upon taking something in order to fall asleep and instead use it when needed and then be able to transition off. Susan Stone: What do you say though about the 3:00 AM or the 2:30 AM wake up? That's not, I understand that's not to get to sleep, but what do you do when you wake up in the middle of the night? I'm at the point where, Tell my child is get up and walk around. Don't fight it. Yeah. Cause sometimes when you sit there and you get tense in your bed, I gotta fall asleep outta sleep. You're making it worse. Dr. Cara Natterson: Just get a hundred percent. And I would say for anyone of any eight who wakes up in the middle of the night and cannot fall back asleep, that is a person who should absolutely consult with someone who works in the field of sleep to get some real strategies for how to handle it. Because there is nothing worse than the anxiety that hangs over you when you're laying awake thinking, Oh my God, tomorrow, right? I have a test, I have a this, I have a that, and, and you're just dooming yourself. So definitely some professional help. Susan Stone: Cara, I just I'm so blown away. Not just that you are such an accomplished author, but you're an entrepreneur and you are a podcast, and you are a doctor, and for someone who works with kids of all ages, You are so accomplished. What's a piece of advice you would have for that kid who's in puberty with, as my kids call it, LSE, low self-esteem? What would you say so they could become a future doctor or entrepreneur or a podcaster like you? Dr. Cara Natterson: Well, this is what we tell kids all the time, and thank you for those kind words. Um, we say to kids that it's completely unfair of us adults to expect you to feel great about everything that's happening to your life and to your body, and to your friend groups. When you have no idea what is gonna happen to your life or your body or your friend groups, and that we recognize as adults who have been through it that the path doesn't have a super clear endpoint, and that feels overwhelming, but we're here to help you out and to support you through it. I, I think if we tell kids to not feel perfect, but instead to just share how they feel. It works a lot better for us and for them. Because the expectations shouldn't be that a 10 year old who doesn't know how tall they're gonna be, has no idea how curvy they're gonna be. Has no idea how many zits they're gonna get, doesn't know what their bra size is gonna be, has no idea what their future holds for us to say everything's gonna be fine and gonna work out. It's not helpful to them and it's not helpful to us. So for us to honor that in them and just say to them, Hey, we're here, and you just, It's effort in. It's effort in and communication out, that's what counts. I think those are the kids that really thrive. Kristina Supler: That's great advice for kids and adults, frankly. So thank you. I, I really like ending on that note. Uh, Cara Natterson,, thank you so much for joining us today. Really, this was a treat. We covered a ton of topics, but I, I think that was so cool in that we've given our listeners so much food for thought on various different teen and tween issues. So thanks Susan Stone: for bouncing with us, Dr. Cara Natterson: the bouncers. I loved it. Thank you for having me. I really appreciate.
In this episode of Quah (Q & A), Sal, Adam & Justin coach four Pump Heads via Zoom. Mind Pump Fit Tip: Here's a hack that will pack muscle on your body. Do powerlifting techniques on non-powerlifting exercises. (2:36) A great metaphor for our current society. (12:10) Political and business takes on potentially banning TikTok in the U.S. (19:47) Hormone replacement therapy is the next ‘green rush'. (27:30) Organifi Peak Power is here! (40:56) Nyquil is the ultimate reset button. (42:54) The importance of quality sleep and the impact of drinking alcohol. (45:59) #ListenerLive question #1 - Does the genetic size/length of the muscle play a role in injury? (49:41) #ListenerLive question #2 - What do you know about rice bucket training to improve grip strength? (59:08) #ListenerLive question #3 - Should I stop counting macros when my strength gains are not translating into muscle gains? (1:09:22) #ListenerLive question #4 - Why did I feel worse when I took time off from training? (1:19:25) Related Links/Products Mentioned Ask a question to Mind Pump, live! Email: email@example.com MIND PUMP LIVE Q&A W/ MAX LUGAVERE Visit Organifi for the exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Promo code MINDPUMP at checkout** Visit ZBiotics for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! November Promotion: MAPS OCR or MAPS Cardio HALF OFF! **Promo code NOVEMBER50 at checkout** Cola Wars | HISTORY FCC commissioner urges US government to ban TikTok Mike Mutzel post on epidemic of low testosterone Secular trends in testosterone- findings from a large state-mandate care provider MP Holistic Health MP Hormones Mind Pump Hormones Facebook Private Forum MK-677 Benefits | What You MUST Know - Peptides Mind Pump #1900: The Truth About Peptides With Dr. Rand McClain Mind Pump #1945: How To Formulate A Supplement That Works With Shanais Pelka Sleeping less than 5 hours at night increases risk of heart disease, stroke, hypertension — STUDY Alcohol and Sleep - Sleep Foundation Visit Drink LMNT for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! MAPS Fitness Performance MAPS Symmetry How To Do The Zottman Curl – Mind Pump TV MAPS Fitness Prime Pro Intuitive Nutrition Guide | MAPS Fitness Products MAPS 15 Minutes Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources People Mentioned Mike Mutzel, MS (@metabolic_mike) Instagram Andy Frisella (@andyfrisella) Instagram
Ryan Broderick is very online so you don't have to be. His internet culture Substack ‘Garbage Day' is a mix of thought-provoking analysis, trend reporting, and, when you read all the way to the end, dumb memes. In this wide-ranging coversation with Recode's Peter Kafka, he talks about the big topic of the day: An explanation of NyQuil chicken. But before that, Twitter — and Ryan reminds us that there are some places on the internet where people are actually having a good time. Plus, a whole lot more. It's a great conversation; tweet about it while you still can. Featuring: Ryan Broderick (@broderick), founder of the Garbage Day newsletter Host: Peter Kafka (@pkafka), Senior Editor at Recode More to explore: Subscribe for free to Recode Media, Peter Kafka, one of the media industry's most acclaimed reporters, talks to business titans, journalists, comedians, and more to get their take on today's media landscape. About Recode by Vox: Recode by Vox helps you understand how tech is changing the world — and changing us. We are conducting a short audience survey to help plan for our future and hear from you. To participate, head to vox.com/podsurvey, and thank you! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hey all. That title is complete clickbait. Enjoy the solocast! Topics discussed: ~Chick-fil-a being amazing. ~Nyquil chicken ~Ye-pocalypse~New music releases ~The Future of the Pod!Check out the socials!@locallenguapod@christhelegenddThank you for all the support!
Royal & the Serpent joins the show for a Parlor root beer tasting and discussing her career, from her dancing days to why she changed her name to Royal & the Serpent. Her new EP -- Happiness is an Inside Job -- dropped recently and she is now on the tour with Demi Lovato. They talk about weird things happening in whiskey, mental health and the calorie content of root beer, among others.
Sometimes being a compliant patient, has consequences. Emily quit prescribed amphetamines (Ritalin and Adderall) for ADHD and has been clean for 3.5 years. Now she is closer to herself, and understanding who she is without medication. She also conquered her addiction to over-the-counter drugs such as Nyquil, ZzzQuil, and Melatonin. Emily is a Holistic Strength and Conditioning Coach. She has first-hand experience quitting medications and coping with diagnoses in natural ways through movement as medicine, nutrition, and stress management. Her passion lies in spreading the word about the ability that our bodies can heal itself if we allow it to. More information about Emily: Website: www.emilynaderfit.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/emilynaderfit/ Take a listen.
Many people were wondering how Ippo was doing because of the crazy hurricane that hit his maple leaf paradise, good news hes ok, bad news most of the island is destroyed. But in lighter news the cdc says dont eat our favorite blue colored chicken sauce on brand Nyquil Chicken. We were requested to roast one of our closest friends Old Man Cloudy! Then we told a story about a crazy time Zac Stole for the first time. Something that is now a whole $27 dollars! Come enjoy the crazy episode RMTS 90 | The Resurgence Of Gourmet Nyquil Chicken, Hurricane Party, Leaving North AmericaPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/RMTSTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@realmentalkshitHosts: Ippo: https://www.twitch.tv/bripposaurZac: (catch us live!) https://www.twitch.tv/hotloadszac
This week, Frank and Marvin discuss how TikTok is killing the kids with NyQuil chicken, getting tattoos of spouse's names, politician posts his own sex tape on Pornhub, porn searches, Kanye West's Drink Champs interview , and much more. Let's Chop It Up! Rate, Comment, and Subscribe. It helps the podcast to grow. Vibes of the Week Playlist: Frank | Fanm sa move - Carimi ft. Mikaben Marvin | Runnin' (Dying To Live) - Tupac ft. Notorious B.I.G. Frank | Lemonade - Ballad Marvin | Only One - Jessie Reyez https://music.apple.com/us/playlist/samurai-professionals-vibes-of-the-week/pl.u-oZylld9FR8Be5G Marvin's “Undisputed R&B” Playlist https://music.apple.com/us/playlist/undisputed-r-b/pl.u-jV899JLsdr2k9D Follow the hosts on social media Marvin @MarvinxAdams & Frank @iCanOnlyBeFrank and follow the The Samurai Professionals pages Instagram @TheSamuraiPros Twitter @TheSamuraiPros Don't forget to tag #TheSamuraiPros or @ us to let us know what you think of this week's episode!
Whatsup everybody, today's episode is a banger! First, Jeff, Mikey, and I review the UFC Fight Night: Grasso vs. Araujo Card. We talk about fights that stuck out to us and do a quick recap. Then, starting at (15:41) we preview the once in a lifetime UFC 280 card. We go over bets, bangers, Mikey's Nyquil fight of the Night, and Hammy Sosa's locks of the week! So fun to go over this legendary card with the boys. Thank you all for listening, and buckle up for an amazing Saturday! Love you all, peace.Click here to check out our linktree! Here you can find the Twitter, Tik Tok, Instagram, and Podcast streaming options for spotify and non spotify users for every show on the Lub Cast Network all in one place!!Email any questions, topics you want discussed, or comments to LubCast@gmail.com
This week on @champandthetramp, the guys dive into Frankie's fan mail accumulation, stories of shenanigans they pulled when younger, phone booth fighting, hobby horse equestrians and cooking chicken in NyQuil? Sounds delicious. This episode streaming now on all major platforms - including Rumble! #CHAMPANDTHETRAMP Show page: https://linktr.ee/champandthetramp https://www.instagram.com/champandthetramp Frankie: https://www.instagram.com/frankieedgar Roger: https://www.instagram.com/rogermathewsnj
What's good y'all?! Welcome back to another episode of your favorite podcast. The squad discusses the origins of Where's My Lighter, shoutout to early Snapchat days. Do y'all have other peoples clothes that wasn't a significant other? Do they know you have it? Make sure to check up on the youngin's cause they're out here marinating chicken in Nyquil, them long naps may not be all natural. Chris reveals a guilty pleasure, watching pig calling videos which brought up the question. What IS cultural appropriation? Apparently there are some people who use "Close Friends" as wide-cast bootycall, y'all on that? Cause we wholesome on our side. All that and more this week so Roll up, Po' up, and Tune in to Where's My Lighter Podcast.
On this week's episode of Grease the Wheels, Uncle Jimmy dies of the plague live on air. JK, he's fine. But clearly with a bit of NyQuil influence, he found an article called “How Mechanics can Build Relationships with their Managers/Owners”. Overall, there is some pretty good stuff in here, but it needs to be reciprocated back with said managers and owners for it to really work in harmony. Taking initiative and being innovative - how much do your managers love it when you make a tool to do a job and it saves them thousands of dollars? Yea, it happens all the time! We also dive into why technicians are rarely promoted to Service Advisor - even though it can be a really good idea if they have that technician has the right people skills. The older you get in this industry, the better you get at covering your own ass when it comes to things that are going to get broken during the repair process, and this is where having good open lines of communication and mutual trust and respect with your service advisor becomes worth it's weight in gold. Finally we deal with the idea of not fighting the shitty day's when they come, just let them happen because they happen to everyone in this industry. The key operational question then becomes how fast are you able to turn it around? Also Uncle Jimmy pitches the “Team of Rivals” bonus method.This episode is distributed by The Wrenching Network. Whether you're a technician, a mechanic, or someone who just loves the car scene, The Wrenching Network is a place that you have to check out. They have all sorts of great content, gear, and snacks to keep you turning wrenches in whatever capacity you do it. Also if you see us over there, make sure you say hi and leave a comment with what you think about the episode!
Welcome to Part 2! First, Annie gets emotional over some Peloton mom instructors' Instagram posts. Then, they dissect the "Don't Worry Darling" disasters, including Olivia Wilde vs. Florence Pugh and Harry Styles allegedly spitting on Chris Pine at the Venice Film Festival. They also chat about The Queen's passing as well as their collective distain for King Charles ascending the throne. Finally, for dessert, it's NyQuil Chicken. Enjoy! Subscribe, rate, review, and follow! Instagram: @nobodiespod, @brycemcleay, @annie_wilk Twitter: @nobodiesthepod, @bryceadvice, @annie_wilk Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Current Promotion: EmilyRoggenburk.com, promo code "Nobody"
We start off with NyQuil chicken and all the weird foods people be trying to make on Tik Tok. We talk about our experiences with roaches growing up. We give some stories with encounters with wild life. Then we get deep. Is it okay to date outside your race? Carla gives us a deep lesson on being Bilingual . Can Spanish people say the N word? Should the N word just be done away with for good or should it just be a regular word? All this and more on The Leo Report! Follow us on IG: @theleoreportpodcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Ep 153 - Cheaters and Chicken Matt and Woody talk about chess & anal beads and chicken & Nyquil. *SHOW NOTES* Chess cheating with anal beads https://kotaku.com/chess-champion-anal-bead-magnus-carlsen-hans-niemann-1849542639/amp Nyquil Chicken https://www.healthline.com/health/dont-eat-tiktoks-nyquil-chicken Andor https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PboKpnin_Wg Larimore & Sons https://www.larimoreandsons.com/ Drop us a line - The Matt and Woody Experiment email@example.com facebook.com/mattandwoodyexperimentpodcast www.instagram.com/mattandwoody/
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Fight Club is a panel discussion of men about various topics of interest. This episode features Dan Karrasch, Dwayne Edgar, and Abe Hatcher talking about the follies of young people, including identifying as feline, and recent government warnings against eating nyquil chicken. The guys get deep and personal with some other things as well - it's a great episode. Give it a listen! For more from Abe Hatcher: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiywBTpAKIHCF5Jaal9EZHg For More From Josh Hatcher at Manlihood.com http://manlihood.com http://joshhatcher.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/manlihood/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/manlihood/support
Anthony & Dan are back for Episode 42. Lot's of great things this episode including EONE timepiece giveaway, movies and TV shows, song written for Dan, Mark Norman, connecting to fans, as a fan/YouTube, trying an open mic, blind comedy, reflecting on being yourself, googling blind comedians and skateboarders, public speaking, accidentally falling asleep during the day, Anthony's lemonade stand operation, Nyquil chicken and other tin tok challenges, being treated differently blind, Anthony's upcoming Judo Competition and more!~Tell time through sight or touch. This is the Eone Bradley, an inclusively designed timepiece that has been worn and enjoyed by people who are blind and sighted, all over the world, for more than a decade. Good design shouldn't be exclusive to those with vision, good design challenges convention, create conversations, and inspires stories.Eone is making the timepiece more accessible through its newly launched Relay exchange program. Watches traded in through the program are refurbished, then sold through the Relay marketplace for 100 USD. That's at least 60% less than the price of a new watch. You could also receive a story from the timepiece's previous owner about the watch's journey so far!So spark conversations today, head over to eone-time.com/relay or use the code FOURBADEYES to save 15% off a new timepiece.###A note from our sponsor Clusiv.io Want to learn the tech skills needed to earn a competitive salary or a remote job? At Clusiv.io we have created the world's first accessible e-Learning platform built for & by people who are blind or low-vision. Use the link to learn more or request Clusiv through your Vocational Rehab counselor. More at the end of this description. https://clusiv.io/?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=four_bad_eyes More about Anthony Ferraro ► https://www.asfvision.comMore about Dan Mancina ► https://www.keeppushinginc.comMore about Four Bad Eyes Podcast ► https://www.fourbadeyes.com SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZrlpwAc7W68j68iP0dQraA ADD US ON:INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/fourbadeyesTIKTOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@fourbadeyesDan on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/danthemancina/Anthony on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/asfvision~~Keep Pushing Inc was founded by Dan Mancina, an accomplished skateboarder who happens to be blind. Dan also holds a Master's degree in Vision Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT), which helps to teach adaptive life skills to those dealing with vision loss. Keep Pushing is a non-profit that combines Dan's two passions by introducing the blind/visually impaired (VI) community to the inclusive culture of skateboarding. Through his own journey with vision loss, Dan has found the lack of accessibility in current skateparks.The goal of his foundation is to build the first fully adaptive skatepark and to host skateboard workshops for the blind and VI using what he has learned on the skateboard and through his VRT training. Dan has teamed up with an experienced skatepark design company, New Line. Using New Line's design expertise and Dan's knowledge of adaptive skating to create the safest and most accessible skate park ever!Using adaptive methods, such as increasing the size of obstacles, adding contrast to obstacles, tactile ground, auditory cues for echolocation, 3-D models, and a spacious layout. Once the facility is built Dan plans to host monthly skate workshops and skateboard lessons for local youth/adults who are blind and VI, annual adaptive contests to help push for skateboarding the Paralympics, as well as use park adaptations to influence future public skateparks. Donate to Keep Pushing Adaptive Skatepark ► https://fundrazr.com/f1zZbe?ref=ab_6VqfaF2Sm6X6VqfaF2Sm6X 0:00- EONE timepiece giveaway1:10- intro3:53- movies and TV shows7:08- song written for Dan9:47- outdoor (live) podcast???12:03- Mark Norman16:14- connecting to fans, as a fan/YouTube19:39- trying an open mic24:20- blind comedy, and reading the room29:17- reflecting on being yourself35:20- Tommy's van life39:17- more movies43:45- googling blind comedians and skateboarders59:56- public speaking1:02:54- googling the crew1:11:55- accidentally falling asleep during the day1:13:42- Anthony's lemonade stand operation1:20:42- Nyquil chicken and other tin tok challenges1:26:00- being treated differently blind1:31:46- Anthony's upcoming Judo Competition1:34:13- keep pushing, one love1:35:44- Tommy's peeve Podcast Intro & Outro done by Pete Gustin The Blind Surfer find out more at ► https://www.petegustin.com Sponsor: Clusiv➜Are you interested in learning new tech skills and working remotely while earning a competitive salary? 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Chris D'Elia makes his return to the show and shares his experience of getting 'canceled' and how his outlook has evolved. He also talks about being a new parent before the gang jumps into a round of "What Would Jean-Claude Van Damme Do?" Lastly, Gina reports news stories on: a rapper rapping about stealing from the government, a new Space Force song, cooking chicken with Nyquil, and how many ants there are on the earth. PLUGS: Check out Dawson's latest audiobook by Kinky Friedman, A Case of Lone Star, here: https://www.amazon.com/Case-Lone-Star-Masters-Crime/dp/B09SKHXB1Y/ref=tmm_aud_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= For Chris D'Elia tour dates, visit: ChrisDElia.com And check out Chris's podcasts, Congratulations with Chris D'Elia and Lifeline THANKS FOR SUPPORTING TODAY'S SPONSORS: TommyJohn.com/ADAM Download Investall on any device and enter ADAM Geico.com The Jordan Harbinger Show
Jordan and his pal Aaron discuss, explore, and celebrate the week in offbeat Canadian news. In this episode we discuss a very busty teacher in Oakville, Ontario, we denounce the new trend of cooking chicken in Nyquil, and we are overcome by shock and disgust when learning of two disturbing stories related to Tim Hortons. Links: Keep Canada Weird Series: https://www.nighttimepodcast.com/keep-canada-weird Join the Keep Canada Weird Discussion Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/keepcanadaweird Send a weird news tip: https://www.nighttimepodcast.com/contact Provide feedback and comments on the episode: nighttimepodcast.com/contact Subscribe to the show: premium feed: https://www.patreon.com/Nighttimepodcast apple podcasts: https://applepodcasts.com/nighttime Musical Theme: Noir Toyko by Monty Datta Contact: Website: https://www.nighttimepodcast.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/NightTimePod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NightTimePod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nighttimepod Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/nighttimepodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Bomani Jones discusses the QB situation in Dallas, and takes you on an intellectual journey trying to figure out why we seemingly don't have competent backup QB's across the league these days (0:49). Plus, the performance of Kansas City QB Patrick Mahomes and the Eagles' strong start (15:15), an IYHH including "Nyquil Chicken" (29:36), and your voicemails from that time you "quit" playing football (41:22)! IYHH Stories @rachel_treisman shares that Twitter says it's testing an edit button — after years of clamoring from users: https://n.pr/3ft153I @bydanielvictor shares that an F.D.A. warning on NyQuil chicken alerts many to existence of NyQuil chicken: https://nyti.ms/3dXkLwx @ayewolfe says former Gov. Phil Bryant moves to keep texts private, denying he helped channel welfare funds to Brett Favre's volleyball stadium: https://bit.ly/3rsYE42 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's September the 3-0 already, fuckers - the Boys are zoned out and don't know if it's Jantember or Novaugust! Bubbles is so hungry he could eat a wheel of cheese, or some sexy Muscle Chips. But f**k off with the NyQuil chicken! Also: The Boys explain why September 30 is a very important day in Canada.
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We're joined today by Rod and Karen from The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast. In this episode we talk about Charlemagne calling DeSantis a genius, the real reasons people voted for Trump, bad restaurant etiquette, YouTube flagging our content, listener comments, an unusual genre of erotica, the McDonald's hatchet guy giving interviews, and NyQuil chicken. Join our Patreon at www.patreon.com/threeguyson to get the YouTube link for today's show.
Steve gives Quigz a killer recipe for Nyquil chicken as the guys prepare for a new season of Philadelphia Flyers hockey. Sean Couturier and Ryan Ellis will be out for a while, so who is there to look forward to watching on the ice this season? The guys also discuss jersey sponsors that can rival the power of MILK for the Toronto Maple Leafs and wish some legendary players happy trails as they hang up their skates and call it a career. Follow us on Twitter: @Flyperbole @ryanquigz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This was a much lighter show than some of our previous episodes. There was a ton of ridiculous stuff to discuss and we just went with it. Hope you enjoy and please don't forget to leave a review. The feedback means a lot. Thank you for listening!FitzHubbard's Cave French toast903 BrewersBanana PuddingMcShaneCasa Agria Vagabond BreakfastPrairie ArtisanMoose bootsMason Ales Nightmare WaterPoll of the Week and Mindfulness momentWhat do you look forward to?NewsCelebrityLittle MermaidViola DavisInflationRate Hike and No Effect on the MarketRetail Sales Cancel OrdersPandemic Like Buying in Asia and North AfricaInterestingRyan Reynolds Wants You to Get a ColonoscopySarver to Sell SunsBook banning Reading RainbowOnly Fans Model Saves LifeClimate ChangePETA Hates Men who like meatHurricane IanRandom RidiculousnessTrans woman with big fake tits teaches shop classBeyond Meat COO Eats a FaceFDA Warning Don't Make Chicken with NyQuilUtah Student Threatens to Blow Nuke if Team LosesMcShane's Colonoscopy
This week Jesse has a plan to make Space Bucks. Don't question it, it's all Crendor's fault. Meanwhile Crendor continues to become a TikTok master, while Jesse is told to stop eating bread but definitely wont. Maybe looking at fit breakfasts will help? Also the boys discover the newest Sith Lord - the chillest darksider ever. And finally, the world continues it's decent into madness as tiktok brings it's newest trend to idiot everywhere. Go to http://calm.com/cox for 40% off a Calm Premium subscription. Go to http://getquip.com/CRENDOR to get your first refill FREE.
Lovett or Leave It finds a way to have yet another excellent show at Los Angeles' gorgeous Dynasty Typewriter theater. Dare We Say's Alycia Pascual-Peña and Yasmine Hamady yums our yucks in the Ickuation Room. Mitra Jouhari and Brian Bahe find themselves caught between the Rock Hall and a hot place while staring down the midterms. Jeff Goldblum (Gianmarco Soresi) is dispatched by the FDA to stop Lovett from eating TikTok's latest creation, and we end the show with takes so hot, they'll cook your NyQuil Chicken in seconds.
Rapid Fire week on Fool Coverage! Manny and Laura cover Adam Levine's recent cheating allegations, Tory Lanez assaulting August Alsina, NyQuil chicken, Austin McBroom getting knocked out, and much more! Follow Laura on IG: @larlarlee Follow Manny on IG: @mannymua733 More about the show: Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast for free wherever you're listening or using this link: https://bit.ly/FoolCoverage Check out Fool Coverage on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKlJLwZV472zWlO9eQv4RGg Thanks to our sponsors: • Visit BetterHelp.com/foolcoverage today to get 10% off your first month. • Go to Zocdoc.com/FOOL and download the Zocdoc app for FREE • Shop the most protective and sustainable phone cases at CASETiFY. Use our discount code 15fool today to get 15% off on your cases! • Go to https://flip.shop/ and download the Flip app for FREE today and save thirty percent on your first order with code fool30. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
5th Woman Accuses Levine. Morons in the News. Down the Rabbit Hole. Everyone Needs a Laugh. The People's Movie Critic: “See How They Run” Backyard Wrestling. Talkback Callers. Can You Believe This S***? Please Don't Cook Your Chicken in NyQuil. The Worst Songs EVER! From the Vault. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Become a Useful Idiot for extended interviews and bonus content at http://usefulidiots.substack.com Researcher and writer Dr. Ben Abelow, a scholar who lobbied Congress on nuclear arms policy, joins the Useful Idiots to explain how the west brought war to Ukraine. “The goal of the US,” he says, “is not to save Ukrainians but to degrade Russia's military until they won't be able to fight in the future. And while some say stopping Russia is a humanitarian goal, the way one would degrade Russia's military is to keep an extended war going and fight to the last Ukrainian.” Abelow analyzes the history of this cold war, the aggression by each side, and the hypocrisy of the argument that Ukraine has the right to join NATO. “The right to join NATO is the right to place a western military arsenal on Russia's border. If Russia made a military alliance with Canada or Mexico, US leaders would not be talking about their right to do so.” And on this week's news of Putin announcing military escalation and giving a thinly-veiled threat of nuclear war, Dr. Abelow just says: “I hope it's taken seriously.” These are dark times, and a dark episode indeed of Useful Idiots. So buckle up, cook some Nyquil chicken, and get ready for this week's episode. Check it out now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Twin cities metro has a terrible Tree Inequity problem, and once you see it you can't unsee it. Guest Dennis Dunnigan, thrice a candidate for Ramsey County Commissioner, explores the reasons why people don't show up for meetings. Don't cook your chicken in Nyquil. Johnny Heidt with guitar news. “REFERENCED ON THE SHOW” How planting trees fights racial inequity and climate change in Twin Cities' poorest neighborhoods
Rob Cesternino, Tyson Apostol and Danny Bryson talk about NOT cooking chicken with Nyquil and all the most outrageous news from the third week of September! The post Nyquil Chicken Warning is News AF – September 21, 2022 appeared first on RobHasAwebsite.com.
Canary Cry News Talk #537 - 09.21.2022 - Recorded Live to Tape! NYQUIL SPILL - Putin Chicken, Space Force Song, Alien Artifacts, Apocalypse Antarctica Harvard: Index of MSM Ownership (Harvard.edu) SHOW NOTES Podcast = T - 2:53 HELLO, RUN DOWN 4:30 V / 1:37 P HOOK 6:45 V / 3:52 P FDA Warns, Nyquil Marinated Chicken is Disgusting and Dangerous (TMZ) DAY JINGLE/PERSONAL/EXEC. 18:27 V / 15:34 P FLIPPY UPDATE 27:46 V / 24:53 P AI: Scientist renews bid to name artificial intelligence as U.S. patent holder (Reuters) RUSSIA/UKRAINE 43:00 V / 40:07 P Putin Calls Up More Troops, Resumes Nuclear Threat Over Ukraine (Bloomberg) “PUTIN CHICKENED OUT!” (Daily Mail) Zelenksy says he wants to make Ukraine a “Big” or “Greater Israel” (Aljazeera) SPACE Clip: Space Force Reveals Official Song Space Force reveals official song: "Semper Supra" (Space Force Mil) → Matt. 24:31 PARTY TIME BREAK 1: TREASURE ALIENS/DAYS OF NOAH 1:21:00 Solar System Could be Littered with Alien Artifacts, even on Earth (Inverse) COVID 1:25:19 EcoHealth alliance whistleblower (JustTheNews) Twitter Wrote a book Published papers on Bio-Surveillance 2016-2017 Shows up on EcoHealth Alliance Newsletter PSYOP WAPO reports on US Intelligence PyOps (Wapo) BREAK 3: TALENT 2:10:20 ANTARCTICA 2:24:52 Don't Believe the Hype About Antarctica's Melting Glaciers (WSJ) BREAK 4: TIME END This Episode was Produced By: EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS Felicia D** Producers Jeanette R, SIR MORV Knight of the Burning Chariots, Courtney S, Sir JC Knight of the Technosquatch, Courtney S, Sir JC Knight of the Technosquatch, Sir LX Protocol V2 Knight of the Berrean Protocol, Patrick B, Gail M, Veronica D, Sir Darrin Knight of the Hungry Panda's, Runksmash, Sir Scott Knight of Truth, Sir Casey the Shield Knight Visual Art Dame Allie of the Skillet Nation Sir Dove Knight of Rusbeltia CLIP PRODUCER Emsworth, FaeLivrin, Epsilon TIMESTAPERS Jackie U, Jade Bouncerson, Christine C, Pocojoyo, Joelle S SOCIAL MEDIA DOERS Dame MissG of the OV and Deep Rivers LINKS HELP JAM MICROFICTION Runksmash - Snapping out of their daze the former FBI agent and her paper friend leap into action as the man in the Free Agent gear tackles his former colleague in an rage. As our heros separate the two disgraced anchors something goes wrong with Derwin. ADDITIONAL LINKS The Space Force's official song is here, Air Force chief, ‘it will grow on us' (Task and Force) Zelensky says Putin wants to ‘drown Ukraine in blood', including that of Russian soldiers (Indy UK) We did it! Harmful chemicals in ozone layer drop by 50%, NOAA says (Interesting Engineering) → Moonshot: How CRISPR is opening the door to reshaping life itself (Genetic Literacy Project)
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Ebro, Rosenberg and Laura Stylez star in HOT97's flagship program Ebro in the Morning - this episode aired on 9/21/2022. Ebro, Rosenberg, Laura Stylez and the crew are in the studio talking about Nyquil Chicken, Adam Levin Drama, and Kast One spins White-Ish! All that and more on Ebro In The Morning! SIGN UP FOR OROCASH HERE: https://www.oro.fund/ Subscribe to "Captains & Majors" on iTunes, Spotify, and Amazon. iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/captains-majors-the-journey-to-the-hbcu-ny-football-classic/id1644231857 Amazon: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/7ce3df43-baea-467a-9c40-065a397f4b4d/captains-majors---the-journey-to-the-hbcu-ny-football-classic Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6ZuO0qvyWoeo3KxNutMxg6?si=50e84457edf147fa See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
NyQuil can be used as a dressing on chicken?! Only in America can illegal aliens sue Ron DeSantis over Martha's Vineyard flights. Two million encounters at the border happened this year. How much will Americans put up with? A small border-town farmer had his farm under siege by a dangerous group of illegal immigrants. Biden continues to mislead on who is truly to blame for the border crisis. Miami Beach has an infestation of iguanas, and the city is letting residents shoot them. We are STILL sending more cash to Ukraine during an inflation crisis. Is there a way to make full-contact golf? Don Lemon gets an unexpected answer during an interview, and he almost doesn't know how to respond. Sunny from "The View" attacks Nikki Haley over her name; Nikki Haley responds. Leftists just keep getting owned. It's not just America: People all over the world are angry about high energy costs. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
September http://BeautifulBastard.com Drop is Live! Save 33% on your first Native Deodorant Pack - normally $39, you'll get it for $26! Click here https://bit.ly/nativedefranco and use my code DEFRANCO #AD News You Might Have Missed: https://youtu.be/_4zzcyC5h8U TEXT ME! +1 (813) 213-4423 Get More Phil: https://linktr.ee/PhilipDeFranco – 00:00 - FDA Warns Against Cooking Chicken in NyQuil as TikTok Trend Spreads 01:13 - Quick Reminder 01:40 - Schools Nationwide Deal With Swatting, Hoax Threats 03:20 - Quick News Round-Up 05:52 - Sponsored by Native 06:49 - Putin Announces Partial Mobilization of 300K Troops to Ukraine 09:32 - Twitch Bans Forms of Gambling As Controversy Leads to Misconduct Allegations – ✩ TODAY'S STORIES ✩ FDA Warns Against Cooking Chicken in NyQuil as TikTok Trend Spreads: https://www.usatoday.com/story/life/health-wellness/2022/09/20/do-not-cook-chicken-nyquil-fda-warns-tiktok-videos/8066816001/ Schools Nationwide Deal With Swatting, Hoax Threats: https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2022/09/18/fake-school-shooting-threats-us-fbi/10400404002/ Quick News Round-Up: https://www.axios.com/2022/09/21/quiet-quitting-gen-z-work-jobs-minimum https://www.wired.com/story/youtube-dislike-button-mozilla-research/ https://www.theatlantic.com/books/archive/2022/09/banned-books-increased-sales/671479/ https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/protests-iran-mahsa-amini-woman-dies-morality-police-custody-rcna46807 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3SqAtbdnhjA Putin Announces Partial Mobilization of 300K Troops to Ukraine: https://www.nytimes.com/live/2022/09/21/world/russia-ukraine-war-putin Twitch Bans Forms of Gambling As Controversy Leads to Misconduct Allegations: https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-62982509 https://twitter.com/verge/status/1572505442235867136 ✩ STORIES NOT IN TODAY'S SHOW ✩ Donald Trump and Eldest Three Children Hit With Fraud Lawsuit From New York AG: https://roguerocket.com/2022/09/21/donald-trumpnew-york-ag-lawsuit/ Ron DeSantis Faces Lawsuit, Investigation for Sending Migrants to Martha's Vineyard: https://roguerocket.com/2022/09/21/ron-desantis-lawsuit-marthas-vineyard/ —————————— Produced by: Cory Ray Edited by: James Girardier, Julie Goldberg, Maxwell Enright, Christian Meeks Art Department: Brian Borst, William Crespo Writing/Research: Philip DeFranco, Brian Espinoza, Maddie Crichton, Lili Stenn, Chris Tolve, Star Pralle Production Team: Emma Leid
Assistant Producer Greg decides to give contact lenses a try, which is going to be tough because touching his own eye doesn't seem to be an option. The FDA is six months late in warning people not to cook chicken in NyQuil. Joy Behar thinks Gavin Newsom and Stacey Abrams would make great candidates for the 2024 election. And last but not least, we say a prayer for Bubba as he goes under the knife for liver surgery. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's episode… The troubling new #nyquilchicken Nyquil Chicken challenge on TikTok (00:28:00), and the extremely high STD transmission rates in America (00:55:22) have the government Extremely concerned + Much more… Subscribe For Bonus Episodes Every Week: https://anchor.fm/hard-factor/subscribe (00:03:00) - Beans… yes or no?? (00:04:44) - Next TRIVIA is Thursday 9/29!! ☕ Cup of Coffee in the Big Time ☕ (00:05:22) - Joke of the Day: Wes' Canceled WingStop Order + Coscto Inflation Talk (00:08:04) - Hugh Heffner Passed Away 5 Years Ago, and his Ex's are Exposing Him on a Podcast of very dirty things, including having a Baby Oil fetish (00:16:58) - Massive Family Dollar Condom Recall (00:18:45) - Peloton Rower is a rower with a tablet on it for $3.5K
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The legal team for the Venezuelan migrants Ron DeSantis sent to Martha's Vineyard from Texas files a class action lawsuit against the Florida Governor, claiming their clients were manipulated and stripped of their dignity. That, as Democrats ask questions about the state funds used to carry out what critics are calling a political stunt. Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar joins to discuss the investigation he has started to determine if DeSantis or anyone connected to the Governor committed a crime in Texas.Plus, Trump's legal team refuses to provide any evidence he declassified the documents he took to Mar-a-Lago, a Senate probe finds nearly 1,000 unaccounted prison deaths in 2021, and the FDA warns against a new TikTok challenge that involves cooking chicken in NyQuil.Hosted by Sara SidnerTo learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
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Hour 3 of Tuesday's A&G: Normal forgetting, and the differences between that and Alzheimers. Newsom and DeSantis are starting to exchange barbs in a preview of 2024? Don't boil your chicken in NyQuil. TikTok passes Google as the must use search engine for a certain generation. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this edition of Trends-Atlantic Slave Trade, Miles and super producer Becca discuss Don Lemon getting a "lesson' in the Slave Trade, the impact of Hurricane Fiona on Puerto Rico, an update on the MAGA sweatfest, the GTA VI leaks, the Nyquil Chicken challenge, and SNL hemmoraging cast members! A few ways to help Puerto Rico: shareworthy.co The Cut: How to help Puerto Rico after Hurricane FionaSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Nick Ashooh, Shaun Morash and the crew debate the merits of marinating chicken in NyQuil. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices