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Electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength shorter than that of visible light, but longer than X-rays

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Hora 25
Hora 25 de los negocios | Doble cara de la inflación

Hora 25

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 16:17


El INE confirma la moderación de la inflación en el mes de octubre por tercer mes consecutivo. Aún así, la vida sigue siendo un 7,3% más cara que hace un año y la sorpresa la dan los alimentos: la cesta de la compra se encarece como nunca lo había hecho en España. Lo analizamos con José Emilio Boscá, catedrático de la UV.  

Hey Man, Nice Shirt
#102 - Holy, Cupcake frosted Shirt

Hey Man, Nice Shirt

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 84:04


The boys start this week with 3 words. Logan makes a horrible life choice of getting a UV lite and discovers some interesting things at his hotel room. Nick may have termites, but he's not sure what an actual termite looks like. Nick asks to play 20 questions to find the topic for Logan's rant. Baseball and golf are not the same. Pick a handmade weapon for your fight with a hippo and be sure to send your suggestions in. Nick discovers Tony the Tiger's long lost brother. Be sure to follow, subscribe and like us like Nolan Ryan likes clearing benches. Big thank you to our sponsors! 15% off at Smoothmyballs.com/shirt Email us - hmnspodcast@gmail.com Follow on twitter - @hmnspodcast On Instagram - @hmnspodcast And on TicTok - @hmnspodcast Don't forget to watch us on YouTube - HMNS Podcast Need that sticker? Drop us a line - hmnspodcast@gmail.com

Success to Significance: Life After Breaking Through Glass Ceilings
Breaking the Chains with Michelle Jewsbury

Success to Significance: Life After Breaking Through Glass Ceilings

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 46:16


Jen welcomes her guest, international philanthropist, speaker, author & coach, Michelle Jewsbury. Michelle recounts and shares her story of domestic abuse and how it has led her to inspiring and encouraging victims to break free and survivors to speak up about domestic violence.   Learn more about Michelle Jewsbury BIO: Michelle Jewsbury is an international philanthropist, speaker, author, and coach. In August 2016, Michelle focused her efforts on ending domestic violence. Her desire to help victims of domestic abuse came from personal experience in such a relationship. In July 2017, Michelle founded Unsilenced Voices, a 501(c)3 nonprofit focused on inspiring change in communities around the globe by encouraging victims to break free and survivors to speak up about domestic violence and sexual assault. She has since completed and published her personal memoir, 'But I Love Him'. Michelle offers digital courses and private coaching programs to help people overcome challenges to create even more personal and professional success. Get in touch with Michelle: Websites: www.unsilencedvoices.org www.unsilencemyvoice.com Keep in touch with Michelle: text UV to 26786 Book: But I Love Him Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Another Woodshop Podcast
Episode 131: Table Top Rotisserie w/ Jon Peters

Another Woodshop Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 82:20


Episode 131Jon has been renovating a shed on the property into an office which he will be releasing a video for by the time this video is live. And he just refinished an outdoor table top.Dan finished all 7 of the doors, getting ready to work on the next 4 pocket doors, he's busy with etsy orders, and he's knocking out a video that will go live before this episode drops.Mike is getting ready to ship out a large order for room and board, he's interviewing people to add staff to his shop, locked down a nice long term multi location buildout job, he's delivering a large walnut table top for a winery, and planning out a large desk for a local lawyer.Pete has been busy cranking out etsy orders, working on charcuteries board templates, prepping for two upcoming vendor fair, had two family moves, and prepping for this weekend when Maker's Workshop comes down for a visit.Special Guest:Jon Petershttps://www.instagram.com/jonpeters_/https://www.youtube.com/c/JonPetersAr... https://jonpeters.comSign up for Patreon for Early access, and special Patreon-only content:https://www.patreon.com/anotherwoodshoppodcastVoicemails:Daniel TaylorTaylor Custom CraftedI finally got a logo and I'm wondering: Where do you get all your swag?ThomasTSG MakesJon I saw you using UV curing hard wax oil. What do you think and how come you didn't use it for other projects?I would love your input on making content, especially Youtube.You can send in your question to get answered on the podcast! Record your question or comment on your phones voice memo app and email it to anotherwoodshoppodcast@gmail.comYou can follow us all and the podcast on Instagram and YouTube!Podcast:https://www.instagram.com/anotherwoodshoppodcast/https://www.youtube.com/anotherwoodshoppodcast https://www.etsy.com/shop/awpstore Pete:https://www.instagram.com/ptreesworkshop/ https://www.youtube.com/ptreesworkshophttps://www.etsy.com/shop/pTreesWorkShop Dan:https://www.instagram.com/danieldunlap.woodworks/ https://www.youtube.com/danieldunlap  https://www.etsy.com/shop/ddwwstore Mike:https://www.instagram.com/coffeycustombuiSupport the show

The Orvis Fly Fishing Guide Podcast
Late Fall and Winter Nymphing, with Alex Waller

The Orvis Fly Fishing Guide Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 82:33


My guest this week is Alex Waller [41:36] from New Zealand. You've likely seen his great videos on Orvisnews.com or on You Tube, in his channel Trippin on Trout. Alex shares his techniques for fishing nymphs in late fall and winter with us, and his techniques are a bit different than what most of us use, so you make pick up some tips for your own trout fishing wherever you live. And because he often fishes for migratory rainbows coming out of giant Lake Taupo, his techniques will play well with Great Lakes "steelhead". In the Fly Box this week, we have a host of interesting questions, including: What is the most buoyant natural material for dry flies? Does adding UV resin to dry flies affect their buoyancy? What is the best way to carry and store tube flies? Is there a universal rule for what size nymph you can use on a dry dropper? How do I keep my hook gap clear of materials so I don't miss strikes? What should I do when a big fish shakes its head when fighting? If black is the most visible color for flies, why do some anglers prefer black hooks when fish are spooky? If black is most visible in murky water, why do some people recommend bright flies under these conditions? I am stuck in the rolling plains of the Midwest, four hours from a trout stream. Can I still go fly fishing? A local river is highly pressured with very clear water, so everyone uses tiny midges. Would a bigger fly work sometimes? What is the best upgrade I can make to my Clearwater outfit, without spending hundreds of dollars? Do you ever swing wet flies in small streams? If so what leader do you use? When do you use a strike indicator instead of a dry dropper? And what kind do you use? I have a floating line for striped bass fishing and have done well with it. What other line would you recommend? What do you suggest if I want to try night fishing for striped bass?

Paul Thomas presents UV Radio
Paul Thomas Presents UV Radio 265 - Layers 004

Paul Thomas presents UV Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 69:00


A special episode this week as I re-invent my 'Layers' series. No longer content with just mixing tracks, 'Layers' allows me to essentially remix tracks on the fly by adding additional loops and sections from many other tracks (over 25 used in this hour alone). Something I am looking to bring into my live sets in 2023 too. 1. Milkwish X Stone Van Brooken - Everything (Erdi Irmak remix) [UV] 2. Double Touch - Flowers On Monday 3. Nathan Katz - Dandelion [Songuara] & Paul Thomas - Helios [UV] 4. Amontia, Makebo Matangi - Rubicunda 5. Elliot Moriarty - Evolver [UV] & Olivier Giacomotto - PT Loop 6. Sebastien Leger - In A Distorted Galaxy [Lost & Found] 7. Nora En Pure - Altered Destiny [Enormous Tunes] & Paul Thomas - ID [UV] 8. Trilucid - ID [UV] 9. Matiramic - Masai (Spencer Brown remix) [Divine] & Paul Thomas - ID [UV] 10. Mike Griego - Brothi [Replug] 11. Sebastien Leger - Extassy [Lost&Found] 12. Decepticons - Eastern Promise 13. Olivier Giacomotto feat Lady Vale - Time [Yoshitoshi] (PT Edit) 14. Paul Thomas - UV ID 265 15. Sebastien Leger - Stevie [Lost Miracle] 16. Juan Sapia & Geronimo Eguiguren - (K Loveski remix) [Or Two Strangers] 17. Pryda - Reeperbahn [Pryda] 18. Olivier Giacomotto feat Lady Vale - Time [Yoshitoshi] Main mix 19. Sebastian Busto - Searching (Andrea Cassino remix) [Auditen] 20. Olivier Giacomotto - Daylights Delight [Yoshitoshi] 21. Jeremy Olander - Murphy [Vivrant] 22. Cirez D - The Accuser [Mouseville]

Guess Behemoth Podcast
Episode 871: Episode 871: Before Those Years

Guess Behemoth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 116:28


foot stomp usa la jurumba october fall colors falling time droplets the good thing the water margin UV floppy boot stomp stfu come on (if you can) hare tarot lies dirty old man save the country penthouse tornado the divine commodity saccharine traps dixie fried drag house are you real? future disclaimer the crickets sing stay true to what project x high way lawns of dawns typical american family pervert why you wanna treat me so bad? before those years was the beginning bouncing atoms magic air a million voicesthe pacific surfers bwana will simmons fivers stereo talking heads meat beat manifesto young druid captain beefheart todd rundgren the gentlemen no joy the wreck amended 5th dimension bullet brains barato sightings carl perkins chrome cranks tubeway army golden earring orange 9mm dee felice trio nice guy mother of invention dino felipe nico fred frith lagowski prince mimetic sai rasta o orpheus engineersMars in Retrograde

Leader of The Pack Podcast
#35. Cosmetic and Clinical Discussions About the Body's Largest Organ – The Skin, with Heather Smith, MPAS, PA-C, and Owner of Twin Ports Dermatology and The Aesthetic Lounge.

Leader of The Pack Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 52:38


A Zoom sit-down conversation with Heather Smith, MPAS, PA-C, and Owner of Twin Ports Dermatology and The Aesthetic Lounge. Over the next hour, Heather shares with Duluth Pack's CEO, Tom Sega, about her early medical career studies, her immediate interest in the dermatology industry, and eventually becoming an entrepreneur of two surgical and cosmetic clinics based in Minnesota. Due to a personal family emergency, Heather and her husband, Anthony decided to risk it all and serve the Duluth community with a clinic that could immediately see the public regarding skin concerns, questions, and imperfections. Due to ever-growing demand state-wide, in the summer of 2021, the Smiths grew their business beyond the Twin Ports and opened a second location near the Twin Cities called, The Aesthetic Lounge. Heather explains the differences between surgical procedures and cosmetic practices offered at her businesses in addition to the launch of the company's own private label skincare brand, Optimal Skin. Heather discusses the challenges of COVID and the impacts it took on their business structure, but how they pivoted with great success due to their loyal and consistent client base. Lastly, Heather mentions the importance of skincare regimens and the practices of protecting oneself from blue light rays and UV exposure. Lather on that sunscreen and get ready for an incredibly informative conversation about skincare health. Enjoy this week's episode of Leader of the Pack; a podcast by Duluth Pack. Continue to support and buy American Made gear at www.duluthpack.com. Learn more about Heather and Twin Ports Dermatology at www.twinportsderm.com. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/duluth-pack/support

Martha Debayle
Protege y brinda un toque de color a tu piel. Lunes 31 de octubre de 2022.

Martha Debayle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 11:09


Estoy atacada con estos datos: los rayos UV y los factores externos generan el fotoenvejecimiento, además no pueden pasar mno pasar más de 4 horas sin fotoprotector, por esta razón invité a Adriana Reyes, Clínica Núcleo Médico Joya Riviera en Nuevo Vallarta, Nayarit.

The Six Five with Patrick Moorhead and Daniel Newman
Ep144: We are LIVE! talking TECH EARNINGSPALOOZA on SAP, Microsoft, Google, AWS, Intel, Honeywell

The Six Five with Patrick Moorhead and Daniel Newman

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 53:07


Leading global tech analysts Patrick Moorhead (Moor Insights & Strategy) and Daniel Newman (Futurum Research) are front and center on The Six Five analyzing the tech industry's biggest news each and every week and also conducting interviews with tech industry "insiders" on a regular basis.    The Six Five represents six (6) handpicked topics that will be covered for five (5) minutes each.    Welcome to this week's edition of “The 6-5.” I'm Patrick Moorhead with Moor Insights & Strategy, co-host, joined by Daniel Newman with Futurum Research. On this week's show we will be talking:   SAP Earnings $SAP https://twitter.com/PatrickMoorhead/status/1584889116554326016?s=20&t=Em4cT9mkdk1VXJplQRgJfw https://futurumresearch.com/research-notes/sap-q3-2022-revenue-up-15-to-7-8b-euros-as-cloud-rises-38/ https://twitter.com/danielnewmanUV/status/1584891399350018050?s=20&t=O374nY6Q-rntVG0GRQICBg   Microsoft Earnings $MSFT https://twitter.com/PatrickMoorhead/status/1585245932203159554?s=20&t=_PBr4hjXqiaA-WJRSh50uQ https://twitter.com/danielnewmanUV/status/1585027040713256961?s=20&t=O374nY6Q-rntVG0GRQICBg https://twitter.com/danielnewmanUV/status/1585008674241937408?s=20&t=O374nY6Q-rntVG0GRQICBg   Google Earnings $GOOG https://twitter.com/PatrickMoorhead/status/1585370090287296513?s=20&t=3skJiG_ldggEqnyqwVy4Rw https://twitter.com/danielnewman UV/status/1585027040713256961?s=20&t=O374nY6Q-rntVG0GRQICBg https://twitter.com/danielnewmanUV/status/1585008098921820161?s=20&t=O374nY6Q-rntVG0GRQICBg   Amazon Earnings $AMZN https://twitter.com/danielnewmanUV/status/1585725392224423936?s=20&t=O374nY6Q-rntVG0GRQICBg https://twitter.com/danielnewmanUV/status/1585723919407120384?s=20&t=O374nY6Q-rntVG0GRQICBg   Intel Earnings $INTC https://twitter.com/danielnewmanUV/status/1585726478708535297?s=20&t=O374nY6Q-rntVG0GRQICBg https://twitter.com/danielnewmanUV/status/1585724609244106753?s=20&t=O374nY6Q-rntVG0GRQICBg https://twitter.com/danielnewmanUV/status/1585322700074930176?s=20&t=O374nY6Q-rntVG0GRQICBg https://twitter.com/PatrickMoorhead/thread/1585776534853337088   Honeywell Earnings $HON https://honeywell.gcs-web.com/static-files/d31360f6-22d2-4a40-aa59-a79e40a7dab6 https://twitter.com/danielnewmanUV/status/1585604205385064450?s=20&t=O374nY6Q-rntVG0GRQICBg https://twitter.com/PatrickMoorhead/status/1585648276006703106?s=20&t=Izx57vj9br2Za9zvZTqUKA   Disclaimer: This show is for information and entertainment purposes only. While we will discuss publicly traded companies on this show. The contents of this show should not be taken as investment advice.

Procento Miloše Čermáka
Rakovina je hrozná nejen proto, že se vás snaží zabít, ale taky je to velká nuda, říká guru digitálního obsahu Petr Laštovka (201)

Procento Miloše Čermáka

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 77:22


Poprvé jsem jméno Petr Laštovka zaznamenal před necelými dvaceti lety, když se objevil jako expert na “digitál”, jak se tehdy říkalo. Pro televizi Prima vybudoval službu iPrima, pracoval v Eurotelu v době, kdy se tehdy největší operátor spojoval s Českým Telecomem a kupovala je španělská Telefónica, a pak působil v několika reklamních či komunikačních agenturách. Byl šéfem digitální sekce Asociace komunikačních agentur.V poslední době o něm bylo slyšet méně, vlastně vůbec. Proč? Uvědomil jsem si to ve chvíli, když jsem na webu zaregistroval reklamu na karetní hru Chemoška na raka, a pod ní byl podepsaný právě Petr Laštovka. Hru vymyslel, když ležel mnoho měsíců v nemocnici, protože absolvoval … ano, chemošku na raka.Jak se to vše seběhlo, změnily se nějak jeho hodnoty a pohled na svět, a co si slibuje od budoucnosti? Tyhle a mnoho dalších asi banálních a prvoplánových otázek jsem mu položil ve svém podcastu. Jako autor jsem se stal důkazem toho, že rakovina je v běžném životě stále trochu tabu a většině z nás dělá problémy o ní mluvit nebo i pouze přemýšlet. Hra Chemoška na raka má mimo jiné ambice to změnit. Nebo ukrátit čas, který pacienti tráví v nemocnicích, v posteli či s nepříjemnými myšlenkami.Mimochodem, v téhle epizodě podcastu asi padne nejvíc jmen a citací mých oblíbených standup komiků. Kteří jsou zároveň oblíbenými komiky mého hosta Petra Laštovky. Upozorňuju například na Norma Macdonalda, který ve svém posledním standupu řekl: S rakovinou se nedá prohrát. Protože když zemřete, tak rakovina zemře s vámi, a je to přinejmenším remíza.Děkuju Petru Laštovku za inspirující a zajímavý rozhovor, a vám přeju příjemný poslech.

Your Pocket Sailing Instructor - Penny Caldwell
#31: Chartering in Croatia - Starting to have fun!

Your Pocket Sailing Instructor - Penny Caldwell

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 31:22


Alright so I made it to Croatia in one piece and now the adventure begins!! But how did the trip go compared to what I was expecting? Let's just say, I was kept on my toes! Why did I pack that and not this?! Alright so like I mentioned last week, I packed for carryon only and packed light. In the end I think I did a pretty good job. The weather was much cooler than expected so another sweatshirt would have been nice. I somehow lost half of my underwear when we did our laundry so that was an adventure, but otherwise I did pretty well with the packing. As for boat gear, I would have liked to have had my binoculars and inflatable PFD. Only because the weather turned out to be a little sporty a couple of times. The charter company PFDs were purchased from a Titanic auction I think. I would have also liked to have had a set of flippers, goggles and a snorkel. They could have been purchased, but I'm a cheap Scot and have about 5 sets for 4 of us at home. It was challenging to find some medications, so bringing more would have been beneficial (allergy relief, polysporin, etc.). It was also really difficult to find decent sunscreen! The highest we were able to find at UV protection 30, and it was called sun milk. It definitely went on like milk. I'm sorry, that costs how much!!? Overall things were very affordable. You could buy towels, beer, food, clothes, etc., for very reasonable prices (bought a ball cap for $4 CND). The food was unbelievable! I was not expecting to have so many amazing meals. Again, at a very reasonable price. The octopus is a must try, especially when cooked traditionally by peka (try Rokis restaurant on the Island of Vis!). I think it will take years for that craving to go away... unbelievable. The other favourite thing we ate: PIZZA!! Wow they make amazing pizzas there! Loved the food scene... Beer and wines were also very affordable. I did find it hard to find a red wine that I really liked. I tend to prefer dark, leathery, smoky, red wines, and the Croatian reds were a bit lighter for me. But I kept trying ;-) The marinas also had great facilities and were quite reasonable in my opinion. Our 42' boat would be about $50/night which included fresh water and hydro, along with shower and washroom facilities. Now it was VERY busy when we were there, so the hot water in the marina showers was pretty much non-existent. But with water and power at your slip, a hot shower on the boat was a breeze. Marina staff were pleasant overall and Mediterranean mooring is much easier than most people think. Apparently in January 2023 Croatia will be adopting the Euro, so I anticipate that between the new currency, and the increase in tourism to the area, things are going to go up in price quite a bit.

This Week in Science – The Kickass Science Podcast

What is in the This Week in Science Podcast? This Week: It's TWISoween 2022!, MOND Evidence, UV for Better Plants, Atmospheric Electric Bees, Ancient Viruses, Gene Editing, Hybrid Viruses, INTERVIEW W/ Dr. Vivek Kumar, Endangered Birds, They speak!!, Ancient Britons, Tentacle Robot, Self-Suppression, And Much More Science! Become a Patron! Check out the full episode […] The post 26 October, 2022 – Episode 898 – It's TWISoween 2022! appeared first on This Week in Science - The Kickass Science Podcast.

Laser Source
042: UV Laser Pricing PLUS Glass and Acrylic with Fiber Lasers

Laser Source

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 55:11


Today on the Laser Source Podcast we get into shipping methods, the best shipping retailers, and compare USPS with UPS not to mention Pirateship one of my favorite shipping label providers. Next we talk about how well (or poorly) fiber lasers can mark glass and acrylic. We're also chatting a good bit about UV pricing and how much you should spend. Finally we're covering the LightObject air assist, upcoming episodes and some of the top diode lasers! More Laser Everything! ►Access to all my settings, livestreams, bonus episodes and more HERE ►Join us on Discord ►Shop the 2022 Buying Guide ►Shop the Merch ►Visit the Podcast Website ►Visit the YouTube Channel ►Watch the COMPLETE Photo Engraving Guide Want to mail me something? Laser Everything 320 N Washington Street Suite 112 Rochester, NY 14625 WARNING: Do your own research before purchasing your machine. I have done extensive research before making my purchases and spoken at length with the manufacturers before placing my order to be absolutely sure what I was getting could be imported, would work with my electrical setup and performed the tasks I wanted to perform. A NOTE: Links above include affiliate commission or referrals. I'm part of an affiliate network and I receive compensation from partnering websites. The podcast is accurate as of the posting date but may not be accurate in the future. Settings used in the podcast are for machines of my design and wattage, mileage may vary depending on your machine. Always test your settings on your laser before working on items in a professional capacity. :U

Choses à Savoir VOYAGE
Pourquoi les bouteilles de vin rouge sont vertes (et pas celles de rosé) ?

Choses à Savoir VOYAGE

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 2:25


Le soleil, ou plutôt les ultraviolets, sont ultra violents. Ce sont eux qui nous donnent des coups de soleils ou qui décolorent notre mobilier à chaque passage des rayons du soleil. Le vin souffre énormément de ces attaques tant et si bien qu'on peut goûter si un vin a été trop exposé aux UV. On appelle ça le “goût de lumière” et c'est un mélange de chou fleur, savon et beurre à l'ail suivant les cépages. En fait, c'est une réaction chimique : le vin contient une molécule, la riboflavine, qui au contact des ultra-violets, développe des molécules, qui donnent ce "goût de lumière".  Y a pas que le vin qui en souffre, les épices aussi. En effet, la lumière oxyde la plupart des épices et voilà pourquoi on les conserve dans un placard au sec et à l'abri de la lumière. Je me souviens avoir visité certaines cuisines déplorables avec des épices stockées à la lumière qui étaient entièrement décolorées sur la face exposée au soleil. Pas bien, pas bon. Donc, dans le cas du vin, c'est tout naturellement que des solutions ont été mises en place et la meilleure actuellement est de teinter le verre des bouteilles. Pas obligatoirement en vert d'ailleurs, on en trouve aussi plus rarement en ambré. Parenthèse amusante, ambre et verre sont tous les deux des homophones désignant à la fois une matière et une couleur. Ambre vert et verre ambré. Cette teinte bloque naturellement les UV et bien sûr, la cave termine le travail. Mais le rosé dans tout ça ? et certains vins blancs ? Leurs bouteilles sont transparentes. Et bien le verre de certains rosés et vin blanc sont transparents simplement pour permettre de voir le contenu. C'est en quelque sorte marketing, afin d'afficher la belle teinte rafraîchissante et ainsi mieux vous séduire à l'achat. D'autant que ce n'est pas très dommageable pour ces vins car ils ne sont pas faits pour être conservés et donc, la dégradation UV n'aura pas le temps d'opérer. Voilà pourquoi leurs bouteilles sont aussi transparentes que le cœur d'une jeune fille comme disait stendhal dans le rose et le vert. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Paul Thomas presents UV Radio
Paul Thomas Presents UV Radio 263

Paul Thomas presents UV Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 59:59


Tracklist 1. Kamilo Sanclemente, Giovanny Aparicio – Innocence (Trilucid Remix) 2. Paul Thomas – Joheja (Tomb remix) [UV] 3. Basstakil – Pesesh 4. Basstakil – Kaf 5. Namatjira – Zongeluk [UV] 6. Tinlicker – Perfect Mistake [Anjunadeep] 7. Alex O'Rion – Echium (Simos Tagias remix) [Meanwhile] 8. ID – ID [UV] 9. Tinlicker & Panama – Fade Into Black [Future Classic] 10. Enamour – Revelator [Anjunadeep] 11. Paul Thomas – Helios (Local Dialect remix) [Pattern] 12. Yotto presents Something Good – Rhythm Of The Night 13. Jackarta – Without You [UV]

The Woman's Doctor
Skin, Hormones and Resilience with Dr. Keira Barr

The Woman's Doctor

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 26:17


Inspired to become a dermatologist after dealing with her own skin blemishes; Dr. Keira Barr is now a dual board-certified dermatologist and menopause specialist. Her passion is empowering women with simple advice to build resilience and age gracefully. She recognizes how tempting it is to cover up your imperfections but inspires you to investigate their causes so they don't develop into a lifelong struggle.    Your skin is a reflection of your overall health so those blemishes are an SOS from your body!    Dr. Keira Barr encourages you to be your own advocate when shopping for products because there are so many deceptive labels claiming to be healthy. While Dr. Barr advocates for a simple skin care routine, she shares what sunscreens are essential and what products to absolutely avoid. If you are seeking to limit your exposure to hormone disrupting chemicals this episode is going to be worth listening to.    Takeaways: [3:10] When your hormones are out of balance it can disrupt your cycle, skin and overall health. [5:00] Most women use 12 products that have been shown to negatively affect hormonal health [6:50] Products claiming to be natural can still often contain harmful ingredients [7:10] Titanium dioxide and Zinc oxide are the only ingredients recognized as safe in sunscreen. [8:00] The Skin Care and Supplement industry are not regulated as thoroughly as Food and Drugs [10:00] Use the Environmental Working Group's “Skin Deep” App to research products while you shop [11:42] Your skin tells the story of your life [13:20] You can look better in your 60's than you did in your 20's [15:30] When you see a blemish arise it is a sign from your body to take action not cover up [17:50] What you eat will directly affect your skin health: Tomato paste can reduce risk of melanoma  [18:45] Sleep is so important because it is when your skin rejuvenates  [20:00] Managing your stress hormones has a direct effect on your skin's ability to repair itself [20:50] You should also wear sunscreen indoors because UVA rays can penetrate your glass windows [22:30] Skin Cancer is the most prevalent cancer around the world [23:30] You probably are not using enough sunscreen or reapplying it often enough [24:10]  Tighter woven clothing, including work out and synthetic fabrics, are the best sun protection [25:40] Stress suppresses our immune system   Twitter: “Even products that are labeled as clean or natural doesn't always mean that they are safer for you.”  [6:52]   “90% of visible signs of aging come from UV exposure.” [7:00]   “You have to be your own advocate and know what it is that you're putting on your skin because ,it is, the onus is on us, to take the best care of ourselves that we can and do our research.” [8:53]   “The fewer products the better! Keep it simple.” [10:40] “When you buy a sunscreen you have to make sure it says broad spectrum coverage, so that you know that you're getting coverage from UVA and UVB.”   [23:20]     Podcast Disclaimer:  https://resources.thespadr.com/the-womans-doctor/#disclaimer

What's The Juice
S3E18. ARE YOU MAL-ILLUMINATED? - using light as a tool for healing, what a lack of full-spectrum UV can do + how red light therapy can help with BioLight Founder Dr. Mike Belkowski

What's The Juice

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 59:37 Very Popular


Did you know you might be mal-illuminated? If you're not getting enough exposure to full-spectrum UV light (aka soaking up some sun), your cells might not be working as well as they should. Here to *enlighten* us about how our bodies use UV light and how red light therapy can be beneficial is physical therapist and founder/CEO of BioLight, Dr. Mike Belkowski.  We'll go over how red light and infrared light therapy works, some of the things it can be used for, and why we all probably need to get outside more. Let's get juicy! PS - Thanks to Dr. Mike, I started using a travel-sized red light device from his line called the Shine. I became a believer when my digestion was off the day we filmed this podcast, and he told me to put it directly on my stomach for 10 minutes and see if I felt a difference. Not only did my stomach ache get better – my mind felt calmer too, which he explained is because red light therapy works on the gut-brain axis. I've truly loved this device ever since and keep it next to my bed in case I wake up in the middle of the night and can't get back to sleep (a few minutes on my forehead or stomach works like a charm to calm my mind down). I've also used it for headaches and a mood boost in the winter months! If you feel inspired after hearing about red light and want to try the same device I use, BioLight extended code ORGANICOLIVIA (all caps) for a discount on any of their products.  Shop with code ORGANICOLIVIA: https://www.biolight.shop/?ref=oliviaamitrano Connect with Dr. Mike Belkowski: Follow @dr.mikebelkowski on IG Follow @biolight.shop on IG Visit the BioLight website Recommended Reading: The Ultimate Guide To Red Light Therapy by Ari Whitten

Maarten van Rossem - De Podcast
#293 - Cubacrisis

Maarten van Rossem - De Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 35:32


Als Poetin nu een nucleair wapen gebruikt in Oekraïne, heeft dat grotere gevolgen dan tijdens de Cubacrisis. Maarten en Tom bespreken de dreigende atoomoorlog tussen de Sovjet-Unie en Amerika van oktober 1962. Die crisis was het begin van de nog steeds bestaande directe communicatielijn tussen Washington en Moskou. En verder: Tom leest de Wikipedia-pagina van Maarten voor.

The Orvis Fly Fishing Guide Podcast
Carp and Eel Down Under, with Angus Reynolds

The Orvis Fly Fishing Guide Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 95:56 Very Popular


This week we take a trip Down Under to talk to guide Angus Reynolds [41:21] in Australia. Angus customarily guides trout anglers, but because of the recurring drought in Australia he has been pursuing alternate species and carp are one of his major targets. I thought we could learn some techniques to try on our North American carp, which are the same species, and Angus has some interesting tips on fishing a sunken dry fly for them. He also tells some great stories about catching Murray cod and eels on a fly rod! In the Fly Box this week, we have some interesting questions and comments, including: Can I use my 11-foot, 3-weight Helios Blackout rod for trout Spey? If so, what grain weight should I use? When should I use jig hooks and slotted beads as opposed to regular nymph hooks and beads? Do you have some tips for Eastern stillwater trout fishing? Is it much different than what they do in the West? Is there a reasonable do-it-yourself repair kit for fly rods I can take into the field with me? Does UV resin attract trout? And are UV materials really attractive to trout? A listener from the UK says the whole idea of public water in North American blows his mind. He asks if it is really true that we can fish any river we want? A listener takes me to task for insinuating that people who use Euro nymphing techniques are only after racking up numbers of fish. What is the difference between graphite and fiberglass rods for small streams, and which is better? If I see a beaver on one end of a pond and an otter on the other, which one should I stay away from when fishing? A listener shares his experience of brown trout favoring one fly on his nymph rig and rainbow trout the other fly.

Radiožurnál
Host Lucie Výborné: Maxim Velčovský: Vetešnictví potřebuju k životu, každá čtvrť by měla jedno mít

Radiožurnál

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 30:29


Maxima Velčovského brali rodiče v dětství prožitém v socialismu do ateliérů různých umělců. „Byl jsem okouzlen momentem svobody a možností výpovědí. Uvědomil jsem si, že to chci dělat,“ říká uznávaný designér. Proč se vyrábí stále nové věci, i když jsme jimi už zahlceni?

The Keto Kamp Podcast With Ben Azadi
Andy Mant | The Surprising Effects of Light on Your Circadian Rhythm and Sleep, How to Reduce Junk Light & More! KKP: 475

The Keto Kamp Podcast With Ben Azadi

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 74:17


Today, I am blessed to have here with me Andy Mant. He is the founder of BON CHARGE, a science-backed light management company. From just a $1,500 investment Andy started BON CHARGE in 2017 and has quickly grown BON CHARGE to an 8-figure business in just 3 years. Andy was born in Dorset, England and moved to Australia in 2011 to pursue a better life. Andy never fitted into the corporate work environment and felt the typical 9-5 work mentality was stifling his creativity. In early 2017 Andy was told by a leading psychiatrist that he should work for himself as he displayed CEO and leadership characteristics which are rarely seen. This was the inception point for the creation of BON CHARGE!  Andy is a proven blueprint of how you can make your millions quickly in your 30s and do so with very little investment and almost zero risk. Andy aims to empower others to reach their potential and get out of the rat race and build a better future for themselves and those around them. In this episode, Andy Mant speaks about how you can improve your overall well-being with his BON CHARGE products. He dives into how light can drastically change your circadian rhythm, which will, in turn, impact how well you are sleeping. Andy explains why you should go outside and get cardiovascular exercise in the morning. Tune in as we chat about how sunglasses and sunscreen could be linked to cancer, why eating before bed will adversely impact your melatonin production, and the fantastic benefits of red light therapy.  Get Bon Charge products here: https://www.boncharge.com/?rfsn=6856018.ce96de use the code ketokamp for 20% off your entire order. Message me on Instagram www.instagram.com/thebenazadi with the word ENERGY to learn more about coaching from me. / / E P I S O D E   S P ON S O R S  Paleo Valley beef sticks, apple cider vinegar complex, organ meat complex & more. Use the coupon code KETOKAMP15 over at https://paleovalley.com/ to receive 15% off your entire order. Upgraded Formulas Upgraded Magnesium & Charge Electrolyte Supplements: http://www.upgradedformulas.com Use KK15 at checkout for 15% off your order.  Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list. [12:05] Improve Your Overall Wellbeing with BON CHARGE Products Check out BON CHARGE: https://www.boncharge.com/?rfsn=6856018.ce96de (use code “ketokamp”) BON CHARGE sets out to intensify the feel-good energy within their customers.  With BON CHARGE products, customers can lead a really positive life from a health and longevity standpoint.  Overall, BON CHARGE offers science-backed wellness products to optimize your sleep, well-being, and recovery. [15:40] The Effects of Light on Your Circadian Rhythm and Sleep  Everyone has a circadian rhythm. Our body's main environmental cue system for entrainment is light.  Before modern times, there wouldn't have been any artificial blue light present. The sunrise and sunset would have trained our body clocks.  When we are outside during sunset, it is the brain's cue to start reducing cortisol levels and producing something called melatonin, our sleep hormone. Cell phones, TVs, and other lights keep us in perpetual daytime and tell our brains that we don't need to go to sleep.  One way to transition your brain to sleep mode is by keeping your room nice and dark.  [28:05] Get Some Cardiovascular Exercise After Breakfast To Start Your Day  Walk after you have a big breakfast and get some sunlight. People that go out and eat in sunlight in the mornings experience more weight loss than those that eat under blue light. Cardiovascular exercise seems to be more favored in the morning for humans from a circadian rhythm standpoint. Weight lifting is better in the afternoons in terms of our circadian rhythm.  [36:10] How Eating Before Bed Will Impact Your Melatonin Production  When you eat before bed, you're going to reduce the amount of melatonin production in your body.  Melatonin is the most potent antioxidant in the world.  The less melatonin you have, the less sleep hormone you'll have, the less REM sleep you'll get, and the less deep sleep you'll get.  Without enough melatonin, you will not let your body recover properly while sleeping.  Melatonin: Miracle Molecule: https://www.amazon.com/Melatonin-Transform-Melatonin-resilience-longevity/dp/B09VDRSJBV/benazadi-20 [43:10] Can Sunglasses and Sunscreen Lead To Skin Cancer?  If you're wearing sunscreen or if you're wearing sunglasses, there is a potential cause for concern because you're no longer sending messages from the raw sunlight to your body. The type of light that comes through the sunglasses is being filtered instead of natural sunlight.  Many people believe that sunglasses and sunscreen are causing cancer because we are creating junk light. Also, if you are getting sunlight through glass, it's not the same as getting sunlight outside.  [51:15] Red Light Therapy: Does It Really Work?  Red light is the most studied type of light.  Red light therapy has been shown to accelerate fat loss, boost collagen, reduce aging, improve muscle recovery, and improve arthritis. Plus, red light helps with sleep, psoriasis, and eczema. One study showed a 10% increase in weight loss for people who had red light therapy and were doing the same cardiovascular exercise on the treadmill as those who did not get red light therapy.  AND MUCH MORE! Resources from this episode:  Check out BON CHARGE: https://www.boncharge.com/?rfsn=6856018.ce96de (use code “ketokamp” for 20% off your entire order) Andy's Website: https://www.andymant.com/ Follow BON CHARGE Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/boncharge_/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BONCHARGE/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqxnATeLxTdVeGMd5F593PQ/videos Follow Andy Mant Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamandymant/https://www.facebook.com/groups/135133877132861/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/andy.mant BON CHARGE (Formerly BLUblox) Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/135133877132861/ Melatonin: Miracle Molecule: https://www.amazon.com/Melatonin-Transform-Melatonin-resilience-longevity/dp/B09VDRSJBV/benazadi-20 Join the Keto Kamp Academy: https://ketokampacademy.com/7-day-trial-a Watch Keto Kamp on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUh_MOM621MvpW_HLtfkLyQ Studies below: Obesity, insulin resistance and impaired glucose metabolism- all listed in this overview with study links included https://circadianlight.com/images/pdfs/White%20Paper/CL_BlueRich_ObesityBrochure.pdf Skin reacts to blue light  https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-017-16689-4 Red light therapy for fat loss https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3769994/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21740089/ Red light therapy creates metabolic flexibility and increases insulin sensitivity  https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26220050/ Red light therapy increases muscle mass and also speeds up muscle repair  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5167494/ Blue light and green lost suppresses melatonin  https://www.jneurosci.org/content/21/16/6405 Blue light glasses boost melatonin production - amber lenses and improve sleep  https://www.jahonline.org/article/S1054-139X(14)00324-3/fulltext https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.3109/07420528.2015.1119158?journalCode=icbi20 https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1600-079X.2006.00332.x https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20030543/ Theory - sunglasses cause sunburn  https://returntonow.net/2019/07/22/sunglasses-increase-risk-of-sunburn-and-skin-cancer/ Theory - (supported by study) - skin cells repair UV damage at night and cannot do so blue light present as it has its own circadian rhythm  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6777699/ Message me on Instagram www.instagram.com/thebenazadi with the word ENERGY to learn more about coaching from me. / / E P I S O D E   S P ON S O R S  Paleo Valley beef sticks, apple cider vinegar complex, organ meat complex & more. Use the coupon code KETOKAMP15 over at https://paleovalley.com/ to receive 15% off your entire order. Upgraded Formulas Upgraded Magnesium & Charge Electrolyte Supplements: http://www.upgradedformulas.com Use KK15 at checkout for 15% off your order.  Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list. *Some Links Are Affiliates* // F O L L O W ▸ instagram | @thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2B1NXKW ▸ facebook | /thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2BVvvW6 ▸ twitter | @thebenazadi http://bit.ly/2USE0so ▸ tiktok | @thebenazadi https://www.tiktok.com/@thebenazadi Disclaimer: This podcast is for information purposes only. Statements and views expressed on this podcast are not medical advice. This podcast including Ben Azadi disclaim responsibility from any possible adverse effects from the use of information contained herein. Opinions of guests are their own, and this podcast does not accept responsibility of statements made by guests. This podcast does not make any representations or warranties about guests qualifications or credibility. Individuals on this podcast may have a direct or non-direct interest in products or services referred to herein. If you think you have a medical problem, consult a licensed physician.

Beauty, Bags and Bravo
Episode 20

Beauty, Bags and Bravo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 51:02


We are back! Naturally we catch up on all the things: traveling, moving, kids and UV rays? We each give you a beauty product that we use and love and as for our fashion picks, your necks will thank us. And when the Bravo gods deliver, they deliver! Our cups runneth over! Beauty: A313 Retinol: https://frenchpharmacy.com/products/a313-vitamin-a-pommade-200-000-ui?variant=30691117432921&gclid=EAIaIQobChMImf66xpTe-gIV8BXUAR3cyQ5tEAQYASABEgJYAPD_BwE Cream Blush: https://www.sephora.com/product/patrick-ta-major-headlines-cream-powder-blush-duo-P458747?skuId=2555902 Fashion: Tennis Necklace: https://www.amazon.com/GMESME-Plated-Zirconia-Classic-Necklace/dp/B09LYZ59WD/ref=sr_1_2_sspa?crid=3NEIA38EZTVOU&keywords=gmesme%2Btennis%2Bnecklace&qid=1665697427&qu=eyJxc2MiOiIyLjE3IiwicXNhIjoiMS43OCIsInFzcCI6IjEuNjIifQ%3D%3D&sprefix=gmesme%2B%2Caps%2C141&sr=8-2-spons&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUEyWVBCSzFDQ0NVNkMwJmVuY3J5cHRlZElkPUExMDExMDE4MTU0VzE0OUhWUDIwNSZlbmNyeXB0ZWRBZElkPUEwOTU2NTI3STRNWFpPRlhGVVQwJndpZGdldE5hbWU9c3BfYXRmJmFjdGlvbj1jbGlja1JlZGlyZWN0JmRvTm90TG9nQ2xpY2s9dHJ1ZQ&th=1&psc=1 J.Crew Oversized Cashmere Wrap: https://www.jcrew.com/m/womens/categories/accessories/scarves-and-wraps/oversized-cashmere-wrap/MP502?display=standard&fit=Classic&color_name=hthr-birch&colorProductCode=K2532

Host Lucie Výborné
Maxim Velčovský: Vetešnictví potřebuju k životu, každá čtvrť by měla jedno mít

Host Lucie Výborné

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 30:29


Maxima Velčovského brali rodiče v dětství prožitém v socialismu do ateliérů různých umělců. „Byl jsem okouzlen momentem svobody a možností výpovědí. Uvědomil jsem si, že to chci dělat,“ říká uznávaný designér. Proč se vyrábí stále nové věci, i když jsme jimi už zahlceni?Všechny díly podcastu Host Lucie Výborné můžete pohodlně poslouchat v mobilní aplikaci mujRozhlas pro Android a iOS nebo na webu mujRozhlas.cz.

Holistic Survival Show - Pandemic Planning
624: Pandemic Nursing Home Disaster Left Our Vulnerable Behind! Dr. Buffy Lloyd-Krejci

Holistic Survival Show - Pandemic Planning

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 26:19


The pandemic has brought to light some of the major shortcomings and issues facing long term care in nursing homes and Dr. Buffy Lloyd-Krejci, also known as Dr. Buffy The Germ Slayer, is fighting for the need to prioritize and prepare long term care settings for the next emergent health crisis that may come. Dr. Buffy is one of the foremost authorities on infection prevention and control in nursing homes and long-term care facilities and joins Jason Hartman for this revealing discussion outlined in her book. She is a frequent contributor and interview source for national and trade press concerning infection prevention and control and mitigation. She is an advocate for the long term care industry and improved wages and conditions for its workers. This industry was already facing a staffing shortage before the pandemic and nursing homes were the last healthcare setting to get PPE. The number of people in long term care facilities will only get larger and we must correct a system that is not working and leaving our vulnerable populations behind. Key Takeaways: 0:00 Welcome Dr. Buffy Lloyd-Krejci - Author, Broken: How the Global Pandemic Uncovered a Nursing Home Industry in Need of Repair and the Heroic Staff Fighting for Change 1:00 Also known as Dr. Buffy The Germ Slayer is one of the foremost authorities on infection prevention and control in nursing homes and long-term care facilities 3:27 Most common ways of germ transmission 9:00 How long can germs last on surfaces? 11:19 UV light can kill certain organisms 14:36 You can't live your life in this in a current state of fear 16:53 Are germs becoming immune to hand sanitizer? 18:02 Nursing homes were the last healthcare setting to get PPE during Covid 21:00 Staffing was already a huge issue before the pandemic within this industry 24:35 We must advocate for our loved ones in long term care - learn more at IPCWell.com and check out Dr. Buffy's book - Broken: How the Global Pandemic Uncovered a Nursing Home Industry in Need of Repair and the Heroic Staff Fighting for Change   Follow Jason on TWITTER, INSTAGRAM & LINKEDIN Twitter.com/JasonHartmanROI Instagram.com/jasonhartman1/ Linkedin.com/in/jasonhartmaninvestor/ Call our Investment Counselors at: 1-800-HARTMAN (US) or visit: https://www.jasonhartman.com/ Free Class:  Easily get up to $250,000 in funding for real estate, business or anything else: http://JasonHartman.com/Fund CYA Protect Your Assets, Save Taxes & Estate Planning: http://JasonHartman.com/Protect Get wholesale real estate deals for investment or build a great business – Free Course: https://www.jasonhartman.com/deals Special Offer from Ron LeGrand: https://JasonHartman.com/Ron Free Mini-Book on Pandemic Investing: https://www.PandemicInvesting.com

The Neoliberal Podcast
Future Pandemic Policy ft. Josh Morrison & Gavriel Kleinwaks

The Neoliberal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 61:14


It's the third episode in our series about Effective Altruisum, and Jeremiah is joined by Josh Morrison & Gavriel Kleinwaks of the organization 1 Day Sooner to discuss the future of pandemic policy. With Covid-19 now an ongoing fact of life, how can we best minimize the harms it will do over the medium to long term future? What role will new vaccine technologies play? Can better air filtration or UV lights play a role? And how can we use these technologies to stop the next pandemic before it happens?  We discuss all this and more! Suggested resources: 1 Day Sooner - https://www.1daysooner.org/ Operation Nasal Vaccine - https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/sciimmunol.add9947   To make sure you hear every episode, join our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/neoliberalproject. Patrons get access to exclusive bonus episodes, our sticker-of-the-month club, and our insider Slack.  Become a supporter today! Got questions for the Neoliberal Podcast?  Send them to mailbag@neoliberalproject.org Follow us at: https://twitter.com/ne0liberal https://www.instagram.com/neoliberalproject/ https://www.twitch.tv/neoliberalproject   Join a local chapter at https://neoliberalproject.org/join  

The Money Pit Home Improvement Podcast
Easy Ways to Cut Heating Bills | Choosing the Right Patio Heater | Improving Indoor Air Quality |Ep #2246

The Money Pit Home Improvement Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 59:59 Very Popular


SHOW NOTES: Heating Costs: If high heating bills are making your blood boil, you need these easy tips for cutting energy costs. Patio Heaters: The right patio heater can extend your outdoor living well into fall. Find out how to choose the best one. Air Quality: Eliminating odors is always better than just covering them up! We've got info about an air purifier that will have you breathing easily.  Plus, answers to your home improvement questions. Wood Doors: Restoring solid walnut doors is worth the time and effort to get beautiful results. We'll talk Mary through how to strip, sand, and refinish her wood doors to resist UV rays and last for years. Fire Pits: James needs advice about installing a fire pit. We suggest an easy DIY fire pit kit that comes with everything he needs. Stone Veneers: Can stone veneers be used to cover the walls of an old glazed block building? Greg learns it can be done with the right type of veneer adhesive. Indoor Pests: What's the best way to catch indoor pests if you don't want to kill them? Leslie offers Dorothy some ideas about how to relocate centipedes and crickets and prevent them from returning to her basement. Gravel Driveway: How should you maintain a gravel driveway? Keith gets info about using crushed gravel that will stay compact and costs less than asphalt. Outdoor Shower: Elizabeth says that the water pressure has suddenly dropped, only in her outdoor shower. She may just need to disassemble the shower head and clean out any debris that's clogging it up. Brick Stains: The stains on a brick mailbox may be salt deposits. We give Louise some tips on using a vinegar solution to clean the stains and applying masonry sealant to protect the surface. Deck Stain: Justin's wood deck currently has a semi-transparent stain. It's easy to apply a solid stain over it with the proper preparation.   Do you have a home improvement or decor question? Call the show 24/7 at 888-MONEY-PIT (888-666-3974) or post your question here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

HVAC Know It All Podcast
UV Lights For IAQ And Misconceptions w/Aaron Engel

HVAC Know It All Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 41:24


We speak to Aaron Engel from Fresh-Aire UV about UV lights for IAQ, UV misconceptions and answer some listener questions on the subject. http://www.cintas.com/HVACKnowItAll. Save 8% on your purchase https://www.trutechtools.com/ with promo code knowitall Check out the HVAC Know It All app app.hvacknowitall.com https://www.hvacknowitall.com/pages/about Visit HVAC Know It All on social media Facebook https://www.facebook.com/hvacknowitall/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/hvacknowitall1/

Do you really know?
Do I need to take vitamin D supplements?

Do you really know?

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 4:20


Vitamin D is known as the ‘sunshine vitamin', and it's not for nothing. Our bodies make it from cholesterol when exposed to sunlight. The sun's ultraviolet B rays hit cholesterol in the skin cells, providing the energy needed for vitamin D synthesis to occur. Naturally, during autumn and winter, there's less sunlight and government advice suggests that everyone should consider taking Vitamin D supplements during these seasons. In fact, most people are Vitamin D-deficient regardless of the season. Sedentary lifestyles mean they simply don't get enough sun exposure. Really, you want to get about 20 minutes of sun exposure each day when you can. Ideally that will be before 11AM or after 5PM, as UV levels peak in between those times, meaning sunlight can be damaging to the skin. What's so special about Vitamin D? Can it be found in food? Who should be taking vitamin D supplements? In under 3 minutes, we answer your questions! To listen to the latest episodes, click here: Why should I avoid showering after a workout? How often should you wash your bedsheets? How can I keep my exercise eco-friendly? A Bababam Originals podcast written and realised by Joseph Chance. In partnership with upday UK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Business Standard Podcast
Is Maruti's attempt to become a premium brand succeeding?

Business Standard Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 7:19


From the humble Maruti-800 to Wagon-R, most of the hits delivered by Maruti Suzuki in India catered to the middle-income group. Since its inception in India in 1983, the company had its ear to the ground. It knew what a common man wants -- an affordable car with good mileage coupled with low maintenance. It explains why Maruti gets 43% of its sales from non-metro cities. The company has been equally focussed on urban markets too, which too has mixed segments and a greater appetite for high-end cars.   As part of its strategy, the company had in 2015 launched Nexa dealership. Its premium models like Ciaz, Baleno and SUVs such as the new Ertiga and the XL-6, all sold through Nexa. Since its inception, over 1.6 million cars have been sold cumulatively across 400+ Nexa outlets as of FY22. The premium focus is also reflected in the average selling price now. According to a company official, the average selling price of Maruti's models has gone up to Rs 7.12 lakh from Rs 6 lakh three years back. Start of bumpy road for Maruti For decades, Maruti commanded premium market share in the passenger vehicle segment. But then, the road turned bumpy. Stiff competition squeezed its sales and its market share started to fall. From a peak of over 51 per cent in FY19, Maruti Suzuki's market share in the personal vehicle segment fell to 43 per cent in FY22. The management acknowledged this loud wake up call. Maruti Chairman RC Bhargava in a recent post earnings call said that small cars, which used to be the bread and butter for the company, lost the butter. So what went wrong with the company?   The fate of Maruti was clearly tied to small budget cars. And the rise of SUV pushed the sedans to margins. According to a CRISIL report, the share of small cars in the passenger vehicle segment declined from 65 per cent in FY12 to 45 per cent in the first nine months of FY22. Meanwhile, the share of SUVs has shot up to 40 per cent in FY22 from just 18% in FY16. Speaking to Business Standard, Puneet Gupta, Director, S&P Global Mobility says, Maruti is still struggling in segment priced between Rs 10-20 lakh. The company is trying to rework its SUV strategy. With competition heating up, the company is trying to capture Rs 15-20 lakh market.  Did Maruti miss the boat? Maruti has been a painfully late entrant to the SUVs, a segment which other carmakers capitalised. Maruti's share in the UV segment has shrunk from 28 per cent in FY19 to 19 per cent in FY22, mainly due to its fewer products in this space. Currently, this category is dominated by Hyundai, and the likes of Kia, Tata and Mahindra have also gained significant share on their SUV models. On top of this, Maruti has seen a 25% decline in the market for hatchbacks in the last four years. This category was most affected by rising costs. But RC Bhargava is not a man known for quitting easily. The 88-year-old chairman of Maruti said the company will not “walk away”, but fight to get back to its market share. While retaining its core base of appealing to smaller cities and rural areas, the company has launched or lined up multiple premium models in the SUV segment for urban India. In the non-SUV space of hatchbacks and sedans, the company is planning to bring new features and technology. In the non-SUV segment, Maruti still has a significant market share of 65 per cent. In the entry level SUV segment, its share is 20 per cent. The company has only recently ventured into the mid-SUV segment with the launch of Grand Vitara. Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos currently lead the mid-SUV segment. Maruti is still a marginal player in the mid-size plus premium segment with just a market share of 4 per cent as of FY22. However, the demand for its new SUV offerings is encouraging. Maruti Suzuki India has an order book of 130,000 units of the Brezza and 43 per cent of the it is for top-end variant. For Vitara, it has received pre-bookings of 57,000. Demand for top variants i

The Carnivore Yogi Podcast
Why UV light isn't actually dangerous & how glasses can be a health hazard - Roudy Nassif

The Carnivore Yogi Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 52:58


Why UV light isn't actually dangerous & how glasses can be a health hazard with Roudy Nassif - This podcast is not medical advice This episode is sponsored by VivaRays - code YOGI to save 15% https://vivarays.com/carnivoreyogi This episode is sponsored by Optimal Carnivore “CarnivoreY” to receive 10% off all products- Brain Nourish - https://amzn.to/3liaNFN Grassfed Organ Meat Complex https://amzn.to/3Dp1R9e Grassfed Beef liver https://amzn.to/3clgONz This episode is sponsored by Upgraded Formulas - code YOGI12 or YOGI to save on anything from Upgraded Formulas - https://www.upgradedformulas.com/?rfsn=4637317.2071db5&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=4637317.2071db5 VivaRays contest through October 7th - https://vivarays.com/pages/giveaway Harnessing the power of the sun course - https://sarah-kleiner.mykajabi.com/offers/TKjFaayo Podcast listeners can save 10% on my courses with code PODCAST - xhttps://sarah-kleiner.mykajabi.com/store TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 Introduction 3:40 How light and health are connected & how light is a nutrient & why we are so deficient 7:20 Why are so people afraid of UV light & why is UV light so important? 8:55 Why sunglasses, glasses and contacts are not ok for viewing sunlight 11:50 The actual science about UV light and cancer 15:30 Changing out narratives about health & the sun 18:00 Why light, magnetism & water can be more powerful than biochemistry 20:00 Dopamine and sunlight - how our modern world is ruining our dopamine levels 25:22 Serotonin and sunlight - how this is affecting our mental health overall. Pleasure vs happiness 28:00 Why we have to look beyond diet for overall health 32:17 More details on contacts - glasses and UV light/sunlight viewing & some solutions 37:00 How artificial light destroys our neurotransmitters & more solutions 37:28 How to wear blue blockers properly 41:00 Melatonin vs Red blue blockers 41:40 How to approach circadian rhythms during winter 43:00 Why we don't want our cortisol TOO high in the morning 45:00 Leptin as a circadian hormone and how this affects our hormones 49:00 Take home message about light and our health 50:00 Where can people find out more about VivaRays

Radiožurnál
Vinohradská 12: Češi víc vraždí. Pátráme proč

Radiožurnál

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 20:09


Vražd v Česku přibývá. Uvádějí to policejní statistiky. O kolik tedy? A proč? Daří se vraždy kriminalistům objasňovat? A pokud - tak kdo a proč vlastně vraždí? Otázky pro Štěpána Vymětala, forenzního psychologa z ministerstva vnitra.

Podcast Vinohradská 12
Češi víc vraždí. Pátráme proč

Podcast Vinohradská 12

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 20:09


Vražd v Česku přibývá. Uvádějí to policejní statistiky. O kolik tedy? A proč? Daří se vraždy kriminalistům objasňovat? A pokud - tak kdo a proč vlastně vraždí? Otázky pro Štěpána Vymětala, forenzního psychologa z ministerstva vnitra.Všechny díly podcastu Vinohradská 12 můžete pohodlně poslouchat v mobilní aplikaci mujRozhlas pro Android a iOS nebo na webu mujRozhlas.cz.

A Gutsy Girl
Micronutrients and the Gut {Episode 54 with Bernadette Abraham}

A Gutsy Girl

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 53:40


ResourcesVagus Nerve Home Remedy {11 Ways for Stimulation}33 Ways to Tell if You Have Low Stomach Acid Bernadette on Instagram HEREThe B Better Membership HEREBernadette's website HEREThe micronutrients are the keys to our car; without them, we don't function.Bernadette AbrahamDon't Miss These ThoughtsWho is Bernadette Abraham?What are micro + macronutrients?In her experiences, what is the most common micronutrient deficiency in those with gut problems? And why?Breaking down vitamins and why they are critical for optimal gut healthB vitaminsVitamin AVitamin CVitamin DInformation regarding the following as they relate to the gut:zinccalciumironHow does one know if they have the right levels of nutrients? Is it just the blood testing?What are some of Bernadette's favorite nutrient-dense food sources?When it comes to micronutrients, what is something Bernadette thinks people get wrong?Micronutrients and Digestive FunctionA micronutrient is a term used to describe the various vitamins and minerals that our body needs. They play a role in virtually every function of our body.There are 4 different categories:Water soluble vitamins- vitamins that dissolve in water and can be easily flushed outLess likely to reach toxic levelsB and C vitaminsFat soluble vitamins- vitamins that need to be absorbed and are stored in fat tissue or in the liverCan be toxic to body if too much is absorbedVitamin A, D, E, K (ADEK- acronym to remember)Macro minerals- minerals needed in a large quantitycalcium, magnesium, phosphorus, sodium, chloride, potassium, sulfurTrace minerals- minerals needed in a smaller quantity but just as important!zinc, copper, iron, manganese, iodine, seleniumAll of these are crucial to the function of our overall body function and health. However, there are two common reasons for impaired absorption that Bernadette mentions.Lifestyle issuesImpaired digestion can result from eating in a “sympathetic” manner rather than “parasympathetic”Our digestive system functions at its best when we are calmed and relaxed, which allows our parasympathetic system to be stimulatedWhen we eat too fast, on the go, or distracted (TV or cell phone) we prevent our system from releasing the proper hormones, stomach acid, and enzymes to absorb our foodThe lack of stomach acid results in an inability to break down food and proper nutrientsPhysical issuesInflammatory diseases such as Celiac or Inflammatory Bowel Disease alter the absorption that can take place along our intestinesThese diseases damage the microvilli, or fingerlike projections, that line the intestines and allow for better absorption to occurSince most of our absorption occurs in the stomach and small intestine, the location of the issue determines the micronutrients that are affectedCommon micronutrients insufficiencies due to Gutsy issues are iron, magnesium, B12, and vitamin A.For more information on stomach acid, check out this article.Micronutrients In DepthWhile all micronutrients play a vital role in overall health, here are a few that are critical to maintaining good gut health as well as the best ways to incorporate them into your diet.B vitaminsContributes to better gut absorption and specific bacterial reproductionGood sources- liver, animal productsVegans may have to supplementVitamin AImmune response- most of it housed in the gutPrevents immune system from overreactingGood for autoimmune disorders or inflammatory conditions (Crohn's, Colitis)Good sources- liver, dairy, fish, carotenoids (orange food), spinachVitamin CGut barrier function- better for absorption and prevention of toxinsBalance of good and bad bacteria in the gutGood sources- veggies and fruit (broccoli, red bell pepper, oranges, kiwi, strawberries…)Vitamin DImmune health and anti-inflammationProtective effect on intestinal lining (leaky gut)Good sources- sun exposure!!!ZincHelps make stomach acidNecessary for proper enzymatic releaseGood sources- meat, legumes, nutsCalciumActivates the intrinsic factor, a protein required to absorb B12 in the intestineGood sources- dairy products, soybeans, seedsAs you can see from the list above, Bernadette prefers incorporating micronutrients in the form of food rather than supplementation. She recommends eating a “whole food diet” of minimally processed food to increase the amount of micronutrient absorption in your diet.Added source: HERE and HEREMore on Vitamin D and Sun ExposureSince Vitamin D is critical for the maintenance of the intestinal lining, it is important to be getting enough everyday. One of the easiest ways to get vitamin D is from direct sunlightwhich worries many people. The dangerous part of sun exposure is actually not the sun itself but the UV rays that causes damage to our cells.Bernadette recommends consuming more foods high in antioxidants, which can help our body minimize the negative effects of the UV rays. Foods that contain a high level of antioxidants, such as fish and salmon, are helpful in protecting your skin and cells from damage.Another helpful tip is to slowly work yourself up to more sun exposure a day. The goal is to eventually have at least 15 minutes a day, but allow your body time to slowly adjust. Bernadette recommended an app called D-minder, which helps to track your vitamin D intake based on individual factors and needs.Symptoms of Micronutrient DeficienciesThere are many different symptoms associated with micronutrient deficiencies, and many of them build off one another.Symptoms are our body's way of communicating with us”Bernadette AbrahamHere are some common symptoms found with individual micronutrient deficiencies. As always, do NOT supplement without the guidance of a professional or concrete bloodwork. Taking a single micronutrient in excess can be more harmful than good if not needed.Low B12- low energy, tingling in extremitiesLow magnesium- frequent headaches, muscle tightness and spasms, sleep issues, high blood pressure, GERDLow iron- fatigue, coldness, numbness, hypothyroid issues such as constipation, brittle nails, dry skin, infertility, hair lossOverall gut dysbiosis- mood swings, anxiety, skin issues, sleep issues, hormonal problems (often estrogen dominant)Remember to get guidance from a health profession if any of these symptoms resinate with you BEFORE supplementing. Here are some of the tests that Bernadette recommends and uses in her own practice.Vibrant Micronutrient PanelSpectraCell Labs Micronutrient PanelGenova DiagnosticsOrganic Acids TestSimple blood testsMore from A Gutsy GirlWant to learn even more about the gut and ways to heal it?Learn all the secrets via my signature book, A Gutsy Girl's Bible: a 21-day approach to healing the gut. Grab your copy on Amazon HERE.BOOK CODEWelcome to A Gutsy Girl PodcastHang out on InstagramBFF's on YouTubeFree resource: The Master Gutsy SpreadsheetRated-G Email ClubWrap UpTime to wrap this up. As always, a huge goal for this show is to connect with even more people. Feel free to send an email to our team at podcast@agutsygirl.com. We want to hear questions, comments, show ideas, etc.Did you enjoy this episode? Please drop a comment below or leave a review on Apple Podcasts.Bio: Bernadette AbrahamBernadette Abraham is a highly engaging and sought-after health expert with over 25 years of experience in physical wellbeing in Canada, US, and the United Arab Emirates.A busy mother of four, she holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering, Master's degree in Exercise Science and Health Promotion and continues to accumulate credentials as a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and AFMC-certified Functional Medicine Coach.She tackles root causes of ill health that mystify traditional medicine and unlocks the truth about the natural recovery of the body.Bernadette's mission is to lead people on a life-changing journey that brings them closer to healing through awareness and prevention.If you liked this episode, you might also enjoy:Micronutrients and Macronutrients with SIBOXox,SKH

Plus
Vinohradská 12: Češi víc vraždí. Pátráme proč

Plus

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 20:09


Vražd v Česku přibývá. Uvádějí to policejní statistiky. O kolik tedy? A proč? Daří se vraždy kriminalistům objasňovat? A pokud - tak kdo a proč vlastně vraždí? Otázky pro Štěpána Vymětala, forenzního psychologa z ministerstva vnitra.

Beauty Bytes with Dr. Kay: Secrets of a Plastic Surgeon™
How to Prevent Post-Summer Sun Spots & Pigmentation

Beauty Bytes with Dr. Kay: Secrets of a Plastic Surgeon™

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 13:01


Dark spots, hyperpigmentation, and uneven skin tone- these skin concerns are very common but not usually noticeable until summer comes to a halt. We can thank the weather's recent high UV index for this, but there are other causes that could explain why dark spots could appear. Now that autumn is here though, it's the perfect time to look after any pigmentation that may have formed. In this podcast, I'll discuss the main reasons why dark spots occur and the many things you can do to protect and prevent yourself from forming more. 

The Money Pit Home Improvement Podcast
Building a Greenhouse | How to Refinish Hardwood Floors | Hidden Costs of Home Improvements | Ep #2244

The Money Pit Home Improvement Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 38:26 Very Popular


SHOW NOTES: Greenhouses: Learn how to extend your gardening season by building a DIY greenhouse in your yard. Hardwood Floors: Refinishing hardwood floors can be a time-consuming project with great results. Find out how to restore the beauty of old wood floors. Home Improvement Costs: You may be overlooking a few items when you budget for that home improvement project. We'll tell you about some hidden costs.  Plus, answers to your home improvement questions. Carpenter Ants: When you take down a tree that's infested with carpenter ants, where will they head next? Tom calms Anna's worries about the pests going into her house. Outdoor Steps: The railroad ties on Matt's long flight of landscaping stairs are rotted out. We've got advice on an affordable alternative for rebuilding the steps that's durable and easy to shovel. Mold in Attic: Will adding blown-in insulation prevent mold in the attic? Tom explains why Kathy needs more ventilation, not more insulation, in her Cape Cod-style home. Electrical: If you've changed your electrical wiring plans in your basement, what's the best way to patch up the holes and start over? Katherine learns about disconnecting wires at the electrical panel and ways to cover the outlet holes. Moisture Barriers: Moisture under Jonathan's hardwood floor is causing it to swell and buckle. We've got suggestions about vapor barriers, drainage, and dehumidifiers. Home Warranties: Diane wants to keep up with the maintenance on her newly built home. Tom tells her about a useful home maintenance checklist and the importance of her homebuyer warranty coverage. Metal Roofing: The screened-in porch at Dan's house gets way too hot because of the metal roof. He can deflect the sun's UV rays and reduce the heat by applying a radiant coating to the roof. Soundproofing: What's the best way to block out the sounds of noisy neighbors next door? Adding a second layer of drywall and a green glue noise-proofing sealant may quiet things down a bit for Donna's son. Cracked Ceramic Tile: Should ceramic tile flooring with hairline cracks be repaired or replaced? Valerie's best option is to remove the cracked pieces and replace them with tiles that are the same or something complementary.   Do you have a home improvement or decor question? Call the show 24/7 at 888-MONEY-PIT (888-666-3974) or post your question here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Hora 25
Hora 25 de los negocios | Nuevos impuestos: guía práctica

Hora 25

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 19:54


En plena batalla fiscal con las comunidades autónomas, el gobierno ha presentado su plan fiscal. Hacienda crea un nuevo tributo para patrimonios de más de 3 millones de euros, aumenta el impuesto de sociedades a grandes corporaciones y bonifica las rentas de menos de 21.000 euros. El objetivo es recaudar 3.144 millones de euros en 2 años. Analizamos el nuevo mapa fiscal con Santiago Lago, catedrático de la UV.

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 09.28.22

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 57:36 Very Popular


video: https://app.air.inc/a/cW1vAB3wp?ts=0 The Dark Truth of America's Federation Of State Medical Boards (start @ 3:44) Black gold? Rhizome extract said to have anti-ageing and anti-diabetic effects Oryza Chemical (Thailand), Black ginger extract could have important implications for healthy ageing and diabetes, as well as athletic performance. Presented in Bangkok by Oryza Oil & Fat Chemical's Masami Kawaziri, the herbaceous plant is also called black turmeric in Japan, and krachai dum in its country of origin, Thailand. The plant's extract has been used in Thailand for many years as a traditional medicine to boost energy and relieve gastrointestinal problems, and more recently, researchers in Asia have been looking into its benefits for seniors, diabetics and sportspersons. Energising results Its polymethoxyflavones are said to enhance energy production, thereby improving glucose, fat and lipid metabolism. This can either prevent metabolic syndrome, or aid in treating diabetes. The boost in energy production also helps to enhance athletic performance and recovery. Kawaziri shared the results of a 2016 study on the effects of black ginger extract intake on physical strength, skin condition, post-exercise fatigue, and general fatigue. Subjects who had been given the extract reported an increase in strength, and being less fatigued overall and after exercise. Brains and brawn Kawaziri said this was important for the elderly as well, since the extract is believed to minimise muscle loss. He added that the extract could play a part in “preventing poor blood circulation” and lowering blood pressure. Furthermore, he said the extract could help to enhance and maintain cognitive function, delaying or perhaps even preventing diseases like Alzheimer's. Higher levels of fluoride in pregnant woman linked to lower intelligence in their children University of Toronto Fluoride in the urine of pregnant women shows a correlation with lower measures of intelligence in their children, according to University of Toronto researchers who conducted the first study of its kind and size to examine fluoride exposure and multiple states of neurodevelopment. “Our study shows that the growing fetal nervous system may be adversely affected by higher levels of fluoride exposure,” said Dr. Howard Hu, the study's principal investigator and professor of environmental health, epidemiology and global health at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health. “It also suggests that the prenatal nervous system may be more sensitive to fluoride compared to that of school-aged children.” Tap water and dental products have been fluoridated in communities in Canada and the United States (as well as milk and table salt in some other countries) by varying amounts for more than 60 years to prevent cavities and improve bone health. In recent years, fierce debate over the safety of water fluoridation – particularly for children's developing brains – has fuelled researchers to explore the issue and provide evidence to inform national drinking water standards. There are some known side effects of fluoride. For example, dental defects like mild staining are common among those ingesting recommended levels of fluoride in the United States and Canada. Skeletal fluorosis – excessive accumulation of fluoride in the bones – is much less common and only observed at levels of fluoride in the water that are more than five to 10 times higher than those recommended. “Relatively little is known, with confidence, about fluoride's impact on neurodevelopment,” said Hu, whose research team included experts from U of T, National Institute of Public Health of Mexico, University of Michigan, McGill University, Indiana University, Mount Sinai School of Medicine and Harvard School of Public Health. The study, “Prenatal Fluoride Exposure and Cognitive Outcomes in Children at 4 and 6-12 Years of Age in Mexico,” published today in Environmental Health Perspectives, analyzed data from 287 mother-child pairs in Mexico City that were part of the Early Life Exposures in Mexico to Environmental Toxicants (ELEMENT) project, which recruited pregnant women from 1994 to 2005 and has continued to follow the women and their children ever since. The research team analyzed urine samples that had been taken from mothers during pregnancy and from their children between six and 12 years of age to reconstruct personal measures of fluoride exposure for both mother and child. “This is significant because previous studies estimated exposures based on neighbourhood measurements of drinking water fluoride levels, which are indirect and much less precise measures of exposure. They also looked at children's exposures instead of prenatal exposures or had much smaller sample sizes of subjects to study,” said Dr. Hu. The researchers then analyzed how levels of fluoride in urine related to the children's verbal, perceptual-performance, quantitative, memory, and motor abilities at age four and once more between the ages of six and 12. Analyses were adjusted for other factors known to impact neurodevelopment, such as gestational age at birth, birthweight, birth order, sex, maternal marital status, smoking history, age at delivery, IQ, education, socioeconomic status and lead exposure. With regard to the study's implications for populations in North America, researchers found that urinary fluoride levels in pregnant women were somewhat higher than, but within the general range of, urinary fluoride levels seen in non-pregnant general populations in Canada and the United States. However, in Dr. Hu's opinion, the findings do not provide enough information to suggest there is no safe level of fluoride exposure. “The potential risks associated with fluoride should be further studied, particularly among vulnerable populations such as pregnant women and children, and more research on fluoride's impact on the developing brain is clearly needed.” Polyphenol blend may boost post-exercise recovery: RCT University of Murcia (Spain), and the University of Montpellier (France) Daily supplementation with a blend of extracts from mangosteen, elderberry, and pomegranate may delay muscle soreness and help manage post-exercise recovery, says a new study. Consumption of Fytexia's polyphenol-rich ingredient branded TensLess was associated with a 28% reduction in the perception of delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS), compared with a placebo group, according to results of a randomized, placebo-controlled, crossover study. Biomarkers of muscle damage were also reduced, in correlation with the decreases in DOMS, reported scientists from Fytexia (France), Catholic University of Murcia (Spain), and the University of Montpellier (France) in the journal Phytotherapy Research . “This prospective study highlights the beneficial, both acute and sub-chronic effects of the supplementation with TensLess, a polyphenol-rich extract-based food supplement, on adverse symptoms associated with DOMS, namely eccentric exercise-related markers of muscle impairment,” they wrote. Study details The researchers recruited 13 recreationally active athletes (men and women) to participate in their study. Participants were randomly assigned to consume placebo or 1.5 grams per day of TensLess, composed of polyphenol-rich extracts from mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana L.), pomegranate (Punica granatum L.), and black elderberry (Sambucus nigra L.) combination for five days. All of the study participants performed an eccentric exercise protocol on day one of the study, and DOMS and biomarkers of muscle damage were monitored for four more days. This was then followed by a three-week “washout” period before they were crossed over to the other group for five more days. The results showed that TensLess supplementation provided a significant 33% decrease in DOMS perception as early as the first 24 hours following physical exercise, compared to placebo. In addition to this acute benefit, a 28% reduction in DOMS perception was reported compared to the placebo group for the full duration of the study. These effects were correlated with a lower levels of muscle damage-associated biomarkers, specifically creatine kinase, creatinine and myoglobin during the 4 days post-workout, added the researchers. Taken together, these positive results clearly indicate that post-exercise supplementation with TensLess may preserve myocytes and reduce soreness following eccentric exercise-induced damages, and, accordingly, significantly shorten muscle recovery. Study supports efficacy of hyaluronan for wrinkle reduction Toho University Ohashi Medical Center (Japan) Twelve weeks of supplementation with hyaluronan – also known as hyaluronic acid – may improve the “luster” of the skin and reduce wrinkles, says a new study from Japan. Data from a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial with 60 adults indicated that 120 milligrams per day of Kewpie's hyaluronan ingredients Hyabest (A) and Hyabest (S) LF-P also led to improvements in skin suppleness. “This study showed that the oral ingestion of the [molecular weight] 2 k or 300 k [hyaluronic acid] for 12 weeks suppresses wrinkles and improves the skin's luster and suppleness in people aged 59 years or less who were healthy Japanese men and women over 22 years old. From the above, [hyaluronic acid] consumption is expected to be used as a method to maintain healthy skin,” wrote researchers from Kewpie Corporation and the Toho University Ohashi Medical Center in Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dermatology . Kewpie Corp funded the study. HA and skin The skin contains about 50% of the body's hyaluronan (HA), a component present in every connective tissue. Degradation of HA and collagen is reported to be a cause of wrinkles, with many ingredient suppliers exploring the potential of supplementation to improve skin health from within. Scientists from Kewpie authored a review i published in the Nutrition Journal, which concluded: “The reduction of HA in the skin by intrinsic and extrinsic factors such as aging and ultraviolet radiation, smoking and air pollutants induce dryness in the skin. However, daily HA supplements can moisturize the skin because the metabolites of HA increases the skin moisture content by having an effect on the skin cells. Thus, consuming HA affects skin cell and improves dry skin physiologically. “This review shows that consuming HA moisturizes the skin and employing HA as a dietary supplement makes the skin healthy. We believe that countries worldwide will benefit from this review and consume HA to alleviate dry skin.” The new double-blinded, placebo-controlled study adds to this body of evidence and investigated the effects of the ingredient on wrinkles. The researchers recruited 60 Japanese men and women aged between 22 and 59 to participate in their study. The participants were randomly assigned to one of three groups: Placebo, or a HA formulation using one of two varieties, with a molecular weight of 2k or 300k (Hyabest (A) and Hyabest (S) LF-P, respectively). Both groups received a dosage of 120 mg per day. Three-dimensional analysis of their skin indicated that the HA groups showed a better level of the whole sulcus (grooves in the skin) to volume ratio, wrinkle area ratio, and wrinkle volume ratio, compared to placebo and baseline values. However, only the 300 k (Hyabest (S) LF-P) group showed significantly diminished wrinkles compared with the placebo group. Exercise can make cells healthier, promoting longer life, study finds University of Virginia Whether it's running, walking, cycling, swimming or rowing, it's been well-known since ancient times that doing some form of aerobic exercise is essential to good health and well-being. You can lose weight, sleep better, fight stress and high blood pressure, improve your mood, plus strengthen bones and muscles. “Whether muscle is healthy or not really determines whether the entire body is healthy or not,” said Zhen Yan of the University of Virginia School of Medicine. “And exercise capacity, mainly determined by muscle size and function, is the best predictor of mortality in the general population.” Yan and colleagues have completed a study in mice that, for the first time, shows that just one bout of moderate-to-intense exercise acts as a “stress test” on mitochondria in muscles. They discovered that this “stress test” induced by aerobic exercise triggers a process called mitophagy, where the muscle disposes of the damaged or dysfunctional mitochondria, making the muscle healthier. Yan compares exercise-induced mitophagy to a state vehicle inspection that removes damaged cars from the streets. “Aerobic exercise removes damaged mitochondria in skeletal muscle,” Yan said. “If you do it repeatedly, you keep removing the damaged ones. You have a better muscle with better mitochondrial quality. We clean up the clunkers, now the city, the cell, is full of healthy, functional cars.” How Exercise Removes Mitochondria ‘Clunkers' For this study, Yan and colleagues assessed the skeletal muscle of a mouse model where they had added a mitochondrial reporter gene called “pMitoTimer.” The mitochondria fluoresce green when they are healthy and turn red when damaged and broken down by the cell's waste-disposal system, the lysosomes. The mice ran on a small treadmill for 90 minutes and Yan's team observed mitochondrial stress (signs of “state inspection”) and some mitophagy (towing of the clunkers) at six hours after exercise. Yan explained that exercise in these mice also stimulated a kinase called AMPK, which in turn switched on another kinase, Ulk1. These chemical reactions appear to be important in control of the removal of dysfunctional mitochondria. “When its turned on, Ulk1 activates other components in the cell to execute the removal of dysfunctional mitochondria,” Yan said. “It's analogous to a 911 call where a tow truck removes the clunkers. However, we still do not know how these activities are coordinated.” LED lights safer, more effective in producing Vitamin D3 than sunlight Boston University Research published in Scientific Reports showsthat light from RayVio's 293nm ultraviolet (UV) LED is more efficient than sunlight at producing vitamin D3 in skin samples. Tyler Kalajian and his research team, led by Dr. Michael F. Holick, Ph.D., M.D., and supported by Boston University School of Medicine and a Boston University Ignition Award, found that skin samples exposed to RayVio's UV LED for just 0.52 minutes produced more than twice as much vitamin D3 as samples exposed to 32.5 minutes of sunlight. “We tested ultraviolet LEDs from different sources and at different wavelengths. LED showed the most significantpotential for vitamin D3 production in the shortest amount of time,” said Dr. Holick, a Professor of Medicine, Physiology and Biophysics atBoston University School of Medicine, and endocrinologist at BostonMedical Center. “This study will lead to a new generation of technologythat can be labeled as photopharmacology in which the use of LEDswith targeted wavelengths can cause specific biologic effects in humanskin to help treat and prevent chronic illnesses.” Vitamin D deficiency is associated with osteoporosis, rickets and other metabolic bone diseases and is more prevalent in northern and southern latitudes where sunlight is limited for a significant part of the year. This device for making vitamin D is ideally suited for patients with fat malabsorption syndromes including inflammatory bowel disease and gastric bypass surgery. The research shows that LEDs could be used for treating patients that are vitamin D deficient. A vitamin D3 producing UV LED device could be used on skin areas that experience less exposure to sunlight such as upper legs and arms and abdomen and back thus minimizing risk for developing non-melanoma skin cancer. The UV LED device also emits a much narrower band of UVB light and thereby decreasing likelihood of skin damage that can occur when the skin is exposed to higher wavelengths of UV radiation.

We Hate Movies
Disturbing Behavior (with Angelica Jade Bastién)

We Hate Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 120:52 Very Popular


On this week's episode, the gang welcomes back long-time friend of the show, Angelica Jade Bastién to chat about the ridiculous, sci-fi teen thriller, Disturbing Behavior! What's with this obnoxious UV character and all his hype man stuff? How stupid was MGM thinking they could mindlessly strip 40 minutes out of this movie and have it still make sense? And why can't we get any career justice for James Marsden? PLUS: The return of our beloved Egg Lawyer, this time playing Egg Principal! Disturbing Behavior stars James Marsden, Katie Holmes, Nick Stahl, Bruce Greenwood, Steve Railsback, Katharine Isabelle, Ethan Embry, and William Sadler as Dorian Newberry; directed by David Nutter.Catch the guys on the road this fall in the U.S.A. AND their Canadian debut in Toronto! Tickets on sale now! Check out the WHM Merch Store -- featuring new MINGO!, WHAT IF Donna?, Mortal Kombat & Bean Dinner designs! Advertise on We Hate Movies via Gumball.fmUnlock Exclusive Content!: http://www.patreon.com/wehatemoviesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Sci-Files on Impact 89FM
Anna Kim and Roksana Riddle about Bacteriophage as Plant Biocontrol

The Sci-Files on Impact 89FM

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 17:29


On this week's The Sci-Files, your hosts Chelsie and Danny interview Anna Kim and Roksana Riddle. The United States CDC estimates 2.8 million drug-resistant infections resulting in 35,000 deaths yearly. Pseudomonads are amongst the most resistant to antimicrobials, not only in clinical settings but equally in plant systems like P. syringae. P. syringae is a causative agent for multiple diseases affecting nearly all major economic crops worldwide. Despite the yearly rising numbers of drug-resistant infections, common treatments include antibiotics. Drug-resistant microbes have sparked renewed interest in bacteriophage use in plant infections. Bacteriophages, or phages, are natural predators of bacteria, using them as a host to reproduce. Due to phage's high-host specificity and ability to kill microbes efficiently, the use of phages as a plant biocontrol has increasingly been studied with the rise of drug-resistant microbes. The application of phage on crops results in decreased phage viability due to varied environmental conditions, including UV and pH levels. Check out more about their project here.If you're interested in discussing your MSU research on the radio or nominating a student, please email Chelsie and Danny at scifiles@impact89fm.org. You can ask questions about future episodes here. Check The Sci-Files out on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube! 

Skin The Surface
Vitamin D: Why it's important for our skin, hair & nails

Skin The Surface

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 16:24


Dr Rina discusses why vitamin D is important, what foods are rich in vitamin D and how much do we get in UV light.

The Unfinished Print
Lucy May Schofield - Printmaker: Light, Time, Process

The Unfinished Print

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 94:30


The time and dedication that it takes to make mokuhanga is well known. And if it isn't then it really should be. It feels that it's easy to follow social media, and watch the pretty prints come out of nowhere, but behind all those nice pictures is a lot of hard work, and dedication. One person who is a prime example of this hard work, dedication and passion for the craft, is Lucy May Schofield. Based in England, Lucy has been making mokuhanga for some time. She has travelled the world, using her environment, and her passion to create mokuhanga that is expressive and powerful.  On this episode of The Unfinished Print, I speak with Lucy about how she discovered mokuhanga, her time at MI Lab, Lucy's love of bokashi,  and her mokuhanga relationships; those that have helped her along the way. Lucy also speaks on the Mokuhanga Sisters Collective, how grants and scholarships assist in Lucy's artistic pursuits, as well as how her other artistic endeavours affect her mokuhanga. Lucy's is a story which explores independence, pilgrimage, freedom, and how it affects a persons life.  Please follow The Unfinished Print and my own mokuhanga work on Instagram @andrezadoroznyprints Twitter @unfinishedprint, or email me at theunfinishedprint@gmail.com  Artists works follow after the note about them. Notes: may contain a hyperlink. Simply click on the highlighted word or phrase. Artists works follow after the note. Lucy May Schofield - website, Instagram Rebecca Salter - is the President of The Royal Academy of Arts, in London, England. She is also an artist who has written two books about Japanese woodblock printing, Japanese Woodblock Printing (2001), and Japanese Popular Prints (2006). She worked with the Satō Woodblock Print Workshop, documenting their process. Her interview with The Unfinished Print can be found, here.  Untitled 2015-14 (2015) Royal Academy of Arts - is an English art institution which as been in operation for 250 years. More info, here.  Fukuoka, Prefecture, Japan - is a Prefecture in the second most southern part of the Japanese archipelago.  It is known for is temples, hot springs, and natural beauty. Fukuoka tourist website, here. kotatsu - is a low table, electrically heated by an internal heater underneath the table itself, more info, here.  Munakata Shikō (志功棟方) - (1903-1975) arguably one of the most famous modern printmakers, Shiko is famous for his prints of women, animals, the supernatural, and Buddhist deities. He made his prints with an esoteric fervour where his philosophies about mokuhanga were just as interesting as his print work.  Hizakura no Saku (1978) colour lithograph New Year Card - called nengajo (年賀状) in Japanese, these cards have been traditionally passed from person to person  since the Heian Period (794-1185). Mokuhanga practitioners make them as well, creating a new one every year focusing on the zodiac sign of the year as a theme. shina - is a type of wood used in mokuhanga. It is part of the linden family of trees. This wood is produced in various parts of the world, such as Japan and Russia. Not all shina is created equal so buyer beware. magnolia wood - a straight grained hard wood located in North America and Asia. more info, here. washi paper - (和紙) is a type of Japanese paper made with the fibres of either gampi, mitsumata, or mulberry. It is versatile and can be used in many ways.  International Mokuhanga Conference - is a bi-yearly conference dedicated to mokuhanga which started in 2011 by the International Mokuhanga Association. Each conference is themed. The latest conference was in 2021, delayed a year because of the pandemic. More information can be found, here.  Ralph Kiggell (1960-2022) -  was one of the most important mokuhanga practitioners to have made work. Originally from England, Ralph lived and worked in Thailand. Ralph pushed the boundaries of mokuhanga with extremely large pieces, jigsaw carving, and by using fantastic colour for his work. He also worked with the International Mokuhanga Conference to promote mokuhanga around the world. He will be greatly missed. Ralph's work can be found, here. His obituary in The Guardian can be found, here. His interview with The Unfinished Print can be found, here. Pool Diver (1996) Keiko Hara - is an artist who works, and teaches in Walla Walla, Washington. She is a painter, and printmaker in various relief mediums, such as mokuhanga.  Untitled (2019) Keiko Kadota - (d. 2017) was a director of MI Lab and of Nagasawa Art Park, previously. She was a mentor to many mokuhanga practitioners and helped to promote mokuhanga around the world. MI Lab - is a mokuhanga residency located in Kawaguchi-ko, near Mount Fuji. More info can be found, here.  Kate MacDonagh - is an Irish mokuhanga printmaker based in Dublin, Ireland. Kanreki was an exhibition curated by Kate MacDonagh at The Model, Sligo. Kate's website. Katsutoshi Yuasa - is a printmaker and artist based in Tokyo, Japan. His work tends to be large scale, and created through photography, bits, and focuses on the overall "image" itself. His interview with The Unfinished Print can be found, here. website, Instagram I-know-not-what (2022) oil-based mokuhanga kirazruri  - is a style of printing which uses mica to give a silver, glittering tone to the print. Mica is used as a lovely addition to your print. You can find more information, here.  Hiroki Satake - is a mokuhanga printmaker, and instructor based in Japan. He has taught at MI Lab, as well as given demonstrations regarding tool sharpening, around the world.  Carol Wilhide Justin - is a mokuhanga printmaker based in London, England. Her work focuses on the natural world and the process of making mokuhanga. Carol's interview with The Unfinished Print can be found, here.  Asemic Writing  Tochigi, Prefecture - is a Japanese Prefecture sandwiched between Saitama, Ibaraki, Fukushima, and Gunma Prefectures. It is famous for its autumnal leaves,  temples, and UNESCO World Heritage Site, Nikkō. More info, here.  Nishijin - is an area in Fukuoka City known for its shopping district.  inaka (田舎) - is a Japanese word for “country-side.” Kurokawa Onsen (黒川温泉) - is a hot spring town located on the island of Kyushu, near Mount Aso, the largest active volcano in Japan. It is famous of its traditional style inns, hot springs, baths, and food. More info, here.   Beppu (別府市) - is a hot spring town located in Kyushu. More info, here. matsuri (祭り)- is the Japanese word for “festival.” Japan is a country famous of it's festivals. Each Prefecture, city, town, municipality has a special festival for their area, connected to the seasons, gods, or harvests.  Itoshima (糸島市) - is a city in Fukuoka Prefecture, popular for its beaches, surfing, and nature.  Northumberland, Britain - is a county located in the northernmost area of Britain. It shares a border with Scotland. It is known for its nature, industry, castles, and history. https://www.visitnorthumberland.com cyanotype -  a type of work which uses iron compounds, and when exposed to UV light creates various blues. More info, here.  Indigo dyeing - made famous in the Edo Period (1603-1968), indigo dyeing has been a part of Japanese handicrafts for a long time. Shikoku is famous for it, towns such as Mima, Wakimachi, Tokushima, amongst others continue to produce hand dyed garments of indigo.More info can be found, here, and here.  Awagami -  is arguably the largest paper making company in Japan at the moment. With a large International name, Awagami sponsors, and promotes its paper all over the world. More information can be found on its website, here.  88 Temple Pilgrimage - associated with the Buddhist priest Kōbō Daishi (Kūkai) [774-835]. It is one of the few circular pilgrimages in the world. You can walk, or drive the pilgrimage. You can also see it in parts, called kuguri-uchi. Essentially you can walk this pilgrimage in order, backwards or frontwards as they are all temples associated with Kūkai. If you do make the pilgrimage by foot, it is a commitment, but extremely rewarding. Pilgrims are called ō-henro. More info, here.   Ō-settai - are gifts, such as lodging, food, money, or clothing. They are given by non-pilgrims to pilgrims on they journey of the 88 Temples. More info can be found, here. QEST - is the Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust, and is given to British craftspeople who are given money to pursue training and education in their specific field and medium.  More info, here.  kōzo - is a paper made from the bark of the mulberry bush. It is used in mokuhanga frequently, and comes in various weights. YInMn - is a blue colour discovered by Professor Mas Subramanian in 2009.  Helen Frankenthaler (1928-2011) -  was an American abstract impressionist painter who enjoyed experimenting, discovering new ways of expression through paint. More info, here.  Echizen - is a region in Fukui Prefecture, Japan associated with Japanese paper making. It has a long history of paper making. There are many paper artisans in the area. One famous person is Iwano Ichibei whom Megan mentions in this episode. He is a Living National Treasure in paper making, and the ninth generation of his family still making paper today. More info can be found here in English, and here in Japanese.  Paul Furneaux - is a Scottish born mokuhanga printmaker and teacher who uses the medium of  mokuhanga in order to create pieces of work that are third dimensional, and abstract.  The Mokuhanga Sisters - are a mokuhanga collective consisting of Yoonmi Nam, Mariko Jesse, Lucy May Schofield, Melissa Schulenberg, Kate MacDonagh, Katie Baldwin, Mia-O, Patty Hudak, and Natasha Norman. Instagram Yasuyuki Sato - is the Chair of Center for the Science of Human Endeavor/CfSHE, and Director of the Mokuhanga Conference.  Yoonmi Nam (b. 1974) - is a contemporary mokuhanga printmaker, lithographer, sculptor, and teacher, based in Lawrence, Kansas. Her work can be found, here. Her interview with The Unfinished Print can be found, here. More Beer...For Instance (2013) Katie Baldwin - a woodblock printmaker, letterpress, screen printer. website, Instagram Raft (shore) #2 (2013) Mariko Jesse - is an illustrator, and mokuhanga printmaker based in Tōkyō, London, and California. Her work can be found, here. Mariko is also a part of the collective, wood+paper+box, which can be found, here.  Between Times - folded screen with mokuhanga wood+paper+box - is a collaborative art group made up of Katie Baldwin, Mariko Jesse, and Yoonmi Nam. It is based on their experiences at Nagasawa Art Park, the precursor of MI Lab.  Patty Hudak - is an American artist who splits her time between Vermont and NYC, who works in installation, and mokuhanga. She has travelled the world, and is a part of three artist collectives. Patty's interview with The Unfinished Print can be found, here.    Melissa Schulenberg - is a woodblock printmaker and professor of Art and Art History at St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY. Some of her work can be found, here.  Newcastle University - is a public research university located in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Britain. London College of Printing - now called the London College of Communication, is an art college associated with the University of the Arts London.  Toshio Sayama - is an instructor at MI Lab as well as on the MI Lab Committee Board.  Borderless scroll - is the Mokuhanga Sisters collaborative scroll. Shown in Nara during the International Mokuhanga Conference, as well as at the Southern Vermont Art Center. nori - is a type of paste made from starch. It is usually used when making mokuhanga. You can make nori from any type of material made of starch. For instance, paste can be made with tapioca,  rice, corn, even potato. You can purchase nori pretty much anywhere but making it is more environmentally friendly. Laura Boswell has a great recipe, here.  bokashi -  is a Japanese term associated with the gradation of water into ink. There are several types of bokashi. For more information regarding these types of bokashi please check out Professor Claire Cuccio's lecture called “A Story in Layers,” for the Library of Congress, and the book Japanese Printmaking by Tōshi Yoshida, and Rei Yuki. Below are the following types of bokashi. This is from the Yoshida book: ichimonji bokashi - straight line gradation ichimonji mura bokashi - straight line gradation with an uneven edg. Ō-bokashi - a gradual shading over a wide area atenashi bokashi - gradation without definition futairo bokashi - two tone gradation Utamaro - A Prelude To Desire Series - is a series created by Kitagawa Utamaro (1750-1806) in 1799. His designs changed the whole perspective of shunga, erotic prints. Below is as print as designed by Utamaro and Lucy's self-produced print, Prelude To Desire IV.  shunga (春画)- is a type of mokuhanga which is connected with the ukiyo-e period of the Japanese print. The theme is sexuality, whether male-female, or male-male. Many print designers helped to create these prints, and were very popular.  Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858) - born in Edo, Hiroshige is famous for his landscape series of that burgeoning city. The most famous series being, One Hundred Famous Views of Edo (1856-1859), and the landcape series, Fifty-Three Stations of the Tōkaidō (1833-1834). His work highlights bokashi, and bright colours. More info about his work can be found, here.  Ōmayagashi - from One Hundred Famous Views of Edo Northumberland National Park - is a park in Northumberland , England. It is considered a “dark skies” park where the night sky is preserved by having no artificial lighting in the area. Holbein -  is a pigment company with offices located in Japan, The United States, and Canada. They offer high end gouache, watercolour, and pigment pastes.  scrolls - called kakemono 掛物 or emakimono 絵巻物  in Japanese. These scrolls contain many different types of themes and subjects. More info can be found, here.  The Legend of Gisho Turner Design Gouache - is a company based in Osaka, Japan. The make acrylic and design (water based) gouache.  Oak gall - is a type of plant swelling, which can be found in various plants. Oak gall is made by the Gall Wasp. The ink and pigment made form oak gall has been used for centuries. hanshita - is a thin sheet of gampi paper that is pasted, reverse side, on a piece of wood. This is a guide, carved onto the block and is generally used for the key block and subsequent colour blocks. Methods such as acetate with water based pigment, can also be used rather than the thin gampi paper, which can cause misregistration if not pasted correctly. The Japanese Paper Place - is a Toronto based Japanese paper store servicing the Mokuhanga community for many years.  Interview with the Nancy Jacobi of the JPP can be found, here. Ozuwashi -  is a brick and mortar paper store located in the Nihonbashi district of Tōkyō. More info here. You can purchase all types of paper that Lucy mentions ion her interview, such as pansion, and sekishu. Chine-collé - is a two layered printmaking process where the paper is  placed onto an inked metal plated run through a press. More info, here.  © Popular Wheat Productions opening and closing musical credit - The Smiths - The Headmaster Ritual from the album Meat Is Murder (1985) logo designed and produced by Douglas Batchelor and André Zadorozny  Disclaimer: Please do not reproduce or use anything from this podcast without shooting me an email and getting my express written or verbal consent. I'm friendly :) Слава Україну If you find any issue with something in the show notes please let me know. ***The opinions expressed by guests in The Unfinished Print podcast are not necessarily those of André Zadorozny and of Popular Wheat Productions.***    

The MapScaping Podcast - GIS, Geospatial, Remote Sensing, earth observation and digital geography

It turns out that monitoring atmospheric pollution from space is really hard! But if you can do it will help you understand air quality, solar energy, ozone Layer and UV radiation, emissions and surfaces fluxes, and climate forcing    Contact Mark on Twitter https://twitter.com/m_parrington   Copernicus Atmospheric Monitoring Service https://atmosphere.copernicus.eu/ https://twitter.com/CopernicusECMWF Check out the Earth Observation Hub! https://geoawesomeness.com/eo-hub/ More Geospatial Podcasts episodes    Recommended Podcast Earth Observation Podcasts   Fake Satellite Imagery  https://mapscaping.com/podcast/fake-satellite-imagery/   The LandSat Program https://mapscaping.com/podcast/the-landsat-program/   How To Keep Your Satellite Pointing At Earth https://mapscaping.com/podcast/the-landsat-program/

The Healthier Tech Podcast
Rachel Varga Wants You and Your Skin to be Radiant

The Healthier Tech Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 56:01


We are joined today by Rachel Varga who has come to discuss healthy skincare and the effects of EMF and non-ionizing radiation. She tells us about the ways that EMF can change the interactions between blood cells, causing what is known as rouleaux which impacts the way your blood flows, causing clotting symptoms like CO2 build-up, dry eyes, inflammation, etc. We talk about sunscreen and how it relates to skincare, using internal supplements to aid your sunscreen and UV absorption, and what ingredients to avoid in sunscreen. Rachel shares her wisdom on becoming a wiser, more discerning consumer in all areas, including healthcare, as well as advice on seeking out practitioners of both western and traditional medicine, and those that are always learning, getting out of the box of their initial education and experience.    We explore ways of purifying your air, water, lighting, and electromagnetics, and doing regular cleansing to allow your purist self to shine, and talk about allowing yourself to disconnect from the constant notifications and influence of our modern lifestyle and social media, and reconnecting with the right headspace. We discuss some preventative measures you can take to limit your EMF exposure, such as limiting our autonomic nervous system dysregulating stressors or using protective clothing and bedding, and some measures you can take at times when you have to be in front of your devices, such as using air purifiers, balancing your lighting, using blue-light blocking glasses, using a protective case for your cellphone, standing when you can, and occasionally shifting your focus to something outside of your technology. Lastly, Rachel shares with us her approach to a basic skincare routine which includes cleansing morning and night, with a double cleanse at night, using products free of parabens, phthalates, sulfates, and artificial dyes and fragrances, moisturizing your skin with a toxin-free moisturizer, using sunscreen every day, gently exfoliating 2-5 times a week with a non-abrasive exfoliating product to remove oxidative stressors from your skin, and using at-home masks or peels to help moisturize and exfoliate     In this episode you will hear:  Blending energy, mindset, beauty, and wellbeing Impacts of EMF on your skin EMF as the smoking of our generation Toxic bucket theory EMF mitigation strategies Five key basics to healthy skin     Rachel Varga is a Double Board Certified Aesthetic Nurse Specialist since 2011 with over 20,000 procedures performed. She is also an international clinical trainer for other Physicians and Nurses, a celebrity skin expert featured by Dave Asprey, JJ Virgin, Wade Lightheart, Naveen Jain, America's Holistic Plastic Surgeon Dr. Tony Youn, and more! Rachel is also a speaker and a 5 time academically published award-winning author in the field of regenerative and aesthetic nursing as well as an executive board member and peer reviewer for USA-based Plastic and Aesthetic Nursing Journal, a regular contributor to the UK-based Journal of Aesthetic Nursing, and monthly contributor to the Best Holistic Life Magazine. Through education on non-toxic at-home skin care, hair care, dermarolling, peptides, in-clinic skin, and laser rejuvenation options, alongside biohacking and slowing cellular aging practices, Rachel helps inspire others with her unique toolkit to navigate and strategize aging impossibly well – using her Holistic SCIENCE of BEAUTY method on The Rachel Varga Podcast and at RachelVarga.ca where One on One sessions for at-home and in-clinic skin rejuvenation guidance and planning are available.   Connect with Rachel Varga: Website: rachelvarga.ca Email: info@rachelvarga.ca Facebook: facebook.com/RachelVargaOfficial Youtube: Rachel Varga on Youtube   Download Rachel Varga's 9 Keys to Healthy Skin and Slowing Aging at https://rachelvarga.ca/slowaging   https://rachelvarga.ca/get-started Use promo code SYB15 for 15% off of your One on One consultation with Rachel Varga    Connect with R Blank and Stephanie Warner:  For more Healthier Tech podcast episodes, and to download our Healthier Tech Quick Start Guide, visit https://HealthierTech.co and follow https://instagram.com/healthiertech Additional Links: Shield Your Body website: https://ShieldYourBody.com Shield Your Body Youtube Channel: https://youtube.com/shieldyourbody Host R Blank on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rblank9/ Shield Your Body on Instagram: https://instagram.com/shieldyourbody

Plus
Názory a argumenty: Libor Dvořák: Jak ve skutečnosti vypadá ruský „velkolepý obrat na východ“

Plus

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 3:19


Už Východní ekonomické fórum, které se minulý týden konalo v ruském Vladivostoku a jehož se zúčastnila řada asijských zemí, se odehrávalo pod heslem Konec epochy dominujícího Západu. Prezident Putin a po něm další ruští činovníci zalykavě tvrdili, že „kolektivní Západ“ sám sebe zahnal do sankční pasti, protože najednou nemá k dispozici levné energetické suroviny a ztrácí tak perspektivu dynamického rozvoje.

Hebrew Nation Online
Flashpoint

Hebrew Nation Online

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 50:01


Are we headed for war?  East v. West?  NATO v. CTSO? Do the "kings of the earth" want/need a decimated population in order to bring on their false messiah?  Please join Steven and Bonnie as we explore the new procedures of Germany and Chin, the scams of electric energy/health through shots/(planned ?) strikes and banking collapse/the brewing war Eurasian/global war.  Is it God's time to call an end to Satan's rule over this world? The asterisks below indicate I mentioned this issue or video in the talk: *Vaxx a better abortion pill than abortion pill: https://t.me/childcovidvaccineinjuriesuk/2101 *Rabbi tells who's in charge (this link just worked in Chrome): https://twitter.com/thethwarter/status/1565352894140141569 Have never isolated the virus; PCR bogus; why elites gather w/o masks - no threat: https://t.me/AltSkull48/5095 *Funny summary vid, don't miss: https://youtube.com/shorts/NGlhV4pbKtQ?feature=share *Rich buy private jets to avoid airport hassle: https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/european- private-jet-demand-soars-rich-avoid-travel-chaos *Germany introduces digital ID: https://t.me/AltSkull48/5122 *Germany may have armed guards in streets by Oct: https://www.visiontimes.com/2022/08/15/germany-army-patrolling-streets-oct-1.html *Canada - save lives, euthanize yourself: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/medically-assisted-death-could-save-millions- 1.3947481 *Children in a Chinese quarantine camp scream for food: https://t.me/CovidRedPills/14040 *Clots are self assembling circuits: https://yournews.com/2022/08/31/2405474/shocking- white-embalmer-clots-are-self-assembling/ *No global warming by man per NASA: https://t.me/GeneralMCNews/943 *Armed drones in China: https://t.me/CovidRedPills/14051 CDC changed the protocol for “covid deaths” on death certificate: https://t.me/ungathegreat/4078 *Untested booster ready this fall: https://t.me/DrJaneRuby/7170 *CA residents gas generators because grid is overloaded: https://t.me/ungathegreat/4095 *Margin calls in energy sector: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-09-06/energy- trade-risks-collapsing-over-margin-calls-of-1-5-trillion *Vaxxed glow differently in UV light (new street lights): https://t.me/FlatEarthAndMore/8433 *Purple/blue lights in CA: https://t.me/Flatandmore/222371 *Electric car w/ gas generator on back: https://t.me/ungathegreat/4103 Pfizer's revenue in one graph: https://unga.substack.com/p/pfizer-to-receive-record-high- revenue?sd=pf FEMA being offered to change Death certificate: thevigilantfox.substack.com/p/thats-beyond- fraud-how-fema-bribed *Electric vehicles and lithium batteries: https://t.me/FlatEarthAndMore/8459; https://youtube.com/shorts/XV9ijKAubfU?feature=share; https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1567538178910994432.html *Pay w/ right hand store: https://t.me/AltSkull48/5151 Old jabs taken off market, new jabs only: https://t.me/childcovidvaccineinjuriesuk/2138 Israeli govt hides risks: https://t.me/childcovidvaccineinjuriesuk/2141 Israeli Population no longer complying: https://t.me/childcovidvaccineinjuriesuk/2142 *Circuits respond to 4G routers: https://rumble.com/v1j38wr-new-nano-circuit-discovery- frequencies-from-phones-laptops-build-circuits.html *“Ribbons” in masks, swabs, “vaccines”: https://www.stewpeters.com/video/2022/08/exclusive-report-shows-live-ribbons-found-on- pcr-test-swabs-from-china/ *Polymerization/ionization: https://t.me/NaturalNewsMedia/2921; https://www.bitchute.com/video/c86em24W5avx/ *Australia school canteens offer bug chips: https://t.me/GeneralMCNews/1033 Huge rise in infant mortality: https://t.me/C19TruthBombs/686; https://thefederalist.com/2022/09/09/cdc-admits-post-vaccine-myocarditis-concerns-that- were-labeled-covid-misinformation-are-legit/ *Climate change - nothing to do w/ man: https://t.me/AltSkull48/5173 *Switzerland to pay heat snitches: https://t.me/AltSkull48/5175; https://www.zerohedge.

Successful Life Podcast
What big HVAC changes are coming in 2023 with Russell Shuey

Successful Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 39:51


Russell Shuey is the Territory Sales Manager at Gemaire Distributors, overseeing sales and operations for the MidAtlantic and Southeast Divisions. He's worked with some great people over the years who provide top-notch customer service to each and every one of our customers. Self-proclaimed heat geek and IAQ guru, Russell enjoys helping our contractors with product education and knowledge of available programs to help them better their businesses. With more than 15 years in the industry, he understands what it takes to make sure that you are getting the best possible service from company to company. Skip has performed many HVAC product installations, and has been trained in all aspects of the field; service, installation and sales. He also has experience in energy auditing, construction management, project management, and cooling plant maintenance. Key talking points of the Episode 00:30 Who is Skip? 01:42 How Skip went from the engineering side to the sales side. 03:16 Skip talks about wholesale distribution 04:30 Teach not sell 06:30 Why understanding new technology is important to HVAC and plumbing industry. 07:35 How Covid-19 impacted the HVAC industry 10:58 Plants shutting down due to covid affected Plumbing industry as well 12:50 UV light, it's powerful filtration system and impact during Covid13 14:52 What is IAQ-How does it work? 16:34 Knowledge is important- teach not sell 23:51 What to look forward comes 2023 27:30 Skip talks about the strategy done and how it improved as time goes by. 30:29 Talks about rebates and tax incentives 34:55 Targeting the right area 38:02 How long does rebates lasts? Magical Quotes: “I  really  like  the   sale s  part.   I've   always  been   an  extrovert   and  I love  people.   And  sometimes  that's   hard .” “Try  to  teach   your   guys  how  to  do  things   the  correct   way  or  point   them  in  the   right  direction ” “ Sales  •  •  •  is  a continuous  thing,   right.  It  doesn't  stop  within   sales” “ it's  important   that   these  guys   link  up  with  somebody   who  can  teach   them this   stuff   right  now” “That   has to  come  with  education  from  •  somebody  that  can   teach  people  how  to  do •  service  contracts   correctly  and  how  to  sell   those  to  customers.  Because  it's  not   a hard  sale if  you  do it right” “And   as  long  as   you  need  all   the  details   you  need  to  meet.   I,   uh,  me an ,  that's  100%  rebate ,  so  there's  a  lot  of  opportunity  for  people  out   there .” Please join my free Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/thetradeschools YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrPl4lUyKV7hZxoTksQDsyg Follow me at: https://www.instagram.com/coreyberrier/ www.linkedin.com/in/coreysalescoach https://thetradeschools.com/ Find Skip at: https://www.zoominfo.com/p/Skip-Shuey/-1090947160 https://www.facebook.com/SkipShuey/about https://www.linkedin.com/in/skipshuey Download my #1 bestseller "9 Simple Steps to Sell More $H!T" with this link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0B2C3HHMC Bonus: Russell's goal is to help his customers find the best possible solutions for their needs, and he takes great pride in his work. He is always looking for ways to improve the customer experience, and he is passionate about helping his clients succeed. I'm Not a regular Sales Guy If you want to be successful in HVAC or plumbing sales, you can't just be a "regular" sales guy. You need to understand the new technology and how companies are run today. HVAC and plumbing have both gotten very modern, and you need to be up-to-date on the latest trends and technologies to be successful. Donut runs might have worked in the past, but they won't cut it anymore. You need to be knowledgeable about what you're selling and show that you're invested in helping your customers find the best solution for their needs. With the right approach and Coaching, you can be a top HVAC or plumbing salesperson. The Department of Energy Tax Rebates The Department of Energy has changed the standards for HVAC ratings. This means that not only the ratings themselves have changed, but also the way that equipment is tested in order to achieve those ratings.Now, instead of just testing HVAC equipment in a room and measuring the results, they are actually hooking it up to ductwork in order to simulate real-world conditions. This provides a more accurate picture of how the equipment will perform once it's installed.If you're in the market for HVAC or plumbing sales, it's important to stay up-to-date on these changes so that you can make informed decisions about the products you're considering. By keeping abreast of these developments, you'll be able to choose the products that best meet your needs. As of January 2023, new rebates are available for HVAC and plumbing purchases. Up to $14,000 is available for qualifying purchases, making it a great time to upgrade your HVAC system. If you're in the market for a new HVAC system, be sure to ask your HVAC contractor about the new rebates. You could save big on your next purchase! If you're a contractor, HVAC or plumbing sales can be a great way to get tax rebates and credits. The government offers a variety of tax incentives for energy-efficient home improvements, and HVAC and plumbing systems are often eligible for these rebates. To take advantage of these programs, simply ask your HVAC or plumbing distributor if they offer any tax rebates or credits. If you're in the HVAC or plumbing business, hiring a sales coach can be a great way to improve your bottom line. A good sales coach can help you close more deals and increase your revenue.Here are a few things to look for in a sales coach:- HVAC industry experience: Look for a sales coach who has experience in the HVAC or plumbing industry. They'll be able to provide you with insider tips and tricks that will help you close more deals.- A proven track record: Make sure the sales coach you hire has a proven track record of success. Ask for references from past clients to make sure they're legit. Relevant Links: www.coreyberrier.com Please join my free Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/thetradeschools YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrPl4lUyKV7hZxoTksQDsyg Follow me at: https://www.instagram.com/coreyberrier/ www.linkedin.com/in/coreysalescoach https://thetradeschools.com/ Russell 'Skip" Shuey Territory Account Manager Gemaire Distributors Wilmington, NC (910) 599-7636  

Apsara Skin Care: Tips, Remedies & Info for Flawless Skin & Beautiful Hair

Dark spots can be difficult to treat, especially in the summer. As this podcast reveals, spending lots of time outdoors and directly exposing your skin to UV rays can worsen the appearance of dark marks on the skin's surface. Although dark spots can be irritating, like many skin care problems, it is a tough, but not impossible problem to solve.  In this episode of the podcast, Sheetal will share with a simple skin remedy with you that you can quickly whip up at home. The mask helps with treating the appearance of dark spots, and includes rice flour, brown sugar, and lemon. You can also take simple steps to make sure you have natural, anti-oxidizing ingredients in your skin care routine. High quality antioxidants include; sandalwood, turmeric, shea butter, rosehip, and vitamin E. Antioxidants keep your skin protected from damage.  Additionally, Apsara's Rosehip And Citrus Nighttime Facial Serum as well as the combination of ROOP Saffron Bright Skin Potion® with the ROOP Saffron Mega Glow Night Serum help to reduce the appearance of dark spots.  Take the skin quiz to help us find the best Apsara products for your skin type or concern. If you're listening on iTunes, make sure to review us and subscribe. We are also on Spotify! Follow us for tips, remedies and information. Your feedback will help us make your experience with Apsara even better! If there are questions or topics you would like us to discuss, please let us know in the comment section below. If you need skin or haircare advice from an expert, fill out this form and we will send you a response as soon as we can! Go natural. It is good karma! Check out a review of Apsara's Rosehip & Citrus Nightly facial serum, which Sheetal previously mentions helps with fading the appearance of dark spots. 

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The Gary Null Show - 09.06.22

The Gary Null Show

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