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GDP Script/ Top Stories for Nov 28th Publish Date: Nov 27th HENSSLER 15 From the Henssler Financial Studio Welcome to the Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast. Today is Wednesday, November 28th and Happy 64th Birthday to MLB pitcher Dave Righetti. ***RIGHETTI NO HITTER*** I'm Bruce Jenkins and here are your top stories presented by Kia Mall of Georgia. Gwinnett Jail Dogs Supporters Launch Petition To Save Program Health and Wellness Resource Fair to be held in Snellville Three Students Overdose At Berkmar High School Prompt Increased Drug Prevention Efforts in Gwinnett Schools All of this and more is coming up on the Gwinnett Daily Post podcast, and if you are looking for community news, we encourage you to listen daily and subscribe! Break 1: MOG STORY 1: Gwinnett Jail Dogs Supporters Launch Petition To Save Program The Gwinnett Sheriff's Office has suspended its Jail Dogs program due to the expansion of its mental health unit in the county jail, sparking public outcry. The Jail Dogs program, active for 13 years, pairs inmates with dogs for therapeutic rehabilitation. The program, ending on December 15, has drawn support from the community, leading to the launch of a petition on Change.org titled "Save the Gwinnett Jail Dog Program." The petition, with a goal of 1,000 signatures, emphasizes the program's value in teaching inmates valuable skills, fostering life-changing lessons, and helping overcrowded shelters. The Gwinnett Sheriff's Office has not ruled out the possibility of the program's return in the future. STORY 2: Health and Wellness Resource Fair to be held in Snellville The Georgia Advocacy Office is hosting a Health and Wellness Resource Fair for people with disabilities and older adults at the Gwinnett County Public Library Centerville Branch in Snellville on November 29. The free event, running from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., will provide health screenings, community benefits navigation, seasonal vaccines, and resources for essential services. Bernard Moore, Community Outreach and Civic Engagement Disability Advocate for the Georgia Advocacy Office, emphasized the importance of connecting communities with life-enriching services. The federally-mandated Georgia Advocacy Office will continue hosting resource events throughout Georgia until April, supported by the Administration for Community Living through USAging. STORY 3: Three Students Overdoses At Berkmar High School Prompt Increased Drug Prevention Efforts in Gwinnett Schools Gwinnett County Public Schools is grappling with students experiencing fentanyl-related overdoses at Berkmar High School, with three incidents reported this semester. None resulted in fatalities as Narcan was administered in each case. This issue is a manifestation of the nationwide opioid crisis, with teens unknowingly consuming substances containing fentanyl. The district is working with health professionals, community partners, and the criminal justice system to address the problem. Efforts include Narcan training for staff, substance abuse awareness presentations, and community engagement to raise awareness and prevent drug-related issues in schools. Vaping, particularly THC-laced products, is also a concern. We have opportunities for sponsors to get great engagement on these shows. Call 770.874.3200 for more info. We'll be right back Break 2: Peggy Slappy – TOM WAGES – DTL STORY 4: Chick-fil-A Wants To Build A Restaurant Next To Church In Centerville Chick-fil-A is seeking approval from Gwinnett County officials to build a new restaurant at the intersection of State Route 124 and Zoar Church Road in southern Gwinnett County. The company has submitted a commercial rezoning application for a 5,400-square-foot restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating, a two-lane drive-thru, and 71 parking spaces. The proposed location is adjacent to Redeemer Church, and if approved, the church plans to subdivide its property. The Chick-fil-A will be positioned near existing establishments, including Wendy's, Waffle House, Aldi, Walmart Supercenter, and more. The rezoning requires approval from Gwinnett County's Planning Commission and Board of Commissioners. STORY 5: New Year's resolutions? Most Americans believe that concept is outdated A survey of 2,000 Americans revealed that 55% believe the concept of New Year's resolutions is outdated. Millennials are the most disillusioned, with 66% expressing disinterest. Over half of respondents give up on resolutions by March, and only 5% stick to them for a full year. Reasons for abandonment include feeling too pressured (40%), perceiving no lasting change (34%), and viewing resolutions as a chore (34%). Despite finding resolutions unrealistic, 52% of respondents are interested in setting goals for 2024, with Gen Z (67%) and millennials (71%) showing the most interest. Common resolutions relate to general health (54%) and food (51%). We'll be back in a moment Break 3: JACKSON - ESOG - INGLES 6 STORY 6: Eight Electric Vehicle-Related Companies Moving Into Satellite Place In Duluth Hyundai Glovis, part of Hyundai's logistics arm, is among eight electric vehicle (EV) industry companies moving to the Satellite Place office complex near Gwinnett Place Mall in Duluth. This expansion aligns with Hyundai's work on a new EV plant near Savannah in 2025. Banyan Street Capital, which leased the office spaces, sees it as a positive impact on Georgia's growing EV industry. Other EV-related companies leasing space at Satellite Place include Sungeel Recycling Park Georgia, Kum Young Eng America, FNS, 3Plus Logistics, Happynarae America, Wonbang Tech USA, and SK i.e. Technology. STORY 7: U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock tours proposed national park site at Ocmulgee Mounds U.S. Senator Raphael Warnock has announced plans to introduce legislation in Congress for the creation of Georgia's first national park, following a tour of the Ocmulgee Mounds in Macon, a prehistoric Native American site. The Ocmulgee Mounds, established as a national historical park in the 1930s, holds significant cultural and historical value. The National Park Service recently sent a study to Congress supporting the protection of the Muscogee Creek Nation's historic homeland in Middle Georgia. Warnock, along with other lawmakers, is collaborating on legislation to designate the Ocmulgee Mounds as a national park. We'll have final thoughts after this. Break 4: GCPS – Henssler 60 Signoff – Thanks again for hanging out with us on today's Gwinnett Daily Post podcast. 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Dr. G is getting to the root of the fairly new world of vaping and e-cigarettes. Are they really safer than regular cigarettes? What are the risks to be aware of before you or someone you love picks up the habit? Thank you Birch Living for sponsoring! Click here: https://birchliving.com/healthyself to get 20% OFF your Birch mattress (plus two free Eco-Rest pillows!). Check out the Birch Kids Natural Mattress which is a 2023 Good Housekeeping Parenting Awards winner! #birchliving Visit https://magbreakthrough.com/drg and enter code drg10 for 10% OFF any order and - for a limited time only - receive special gifts with purchase. This offer is only available on https://magbreakthrough.com/drg Do not miss an opportunity to improve your wellbeing and life. Today our listeners receive 20% OFF any AquaTru purifier! Just go to https://AquaTru.com & enter code “DRG” at checkout. That's 20% OFF any AquaTru water purifier when you go to https://AquaTru.com and use code “DRG”. If you want to take ownership of your health, it starts with AG1. Try AG1 and get a FREE 1-year supply of Vitamin D3K2 AND 5 free AG1 Travel Packs with your first purchase. Go to https://DrinkAG1.com/healthyself Not sure where to start on your emotional release journey? Sign up for this FREE 5-Day Challenge to connect back to your true Self: https://www.elm.health/opt-in Be sure to like and subscribe to #HealThySelf Hosted by Doctor Christian Gonzalez N.D. Follow Doctor G on Instagram @doctor.gonzalez https://www.instagram.com/doctor.gonzalez/
On the Show Highlights Podcast today, the boys learn how to make mashed potato out of a bag of chips, a man who spent $6k on a 7-hour brothel bender is facing the consequences, and they find The Four Pillars of Vaping...See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
With the growing popularity of disposable e-cigarettes, communities across the U.S. are confronting a new vaping problem: how to safely get rid of millions of small, battery-powered devices that are considered hazardous waste. For years, the debate surrounding vaping largely centered on its risks for high school and middle school students enticed by flavors like gummy bear, lemonade, and watermelon. But the recent shift toward e-cigarettes that can't be refilled has created a new environmental dilemma. These single-use devices containing nicotine, lithium, and other metals cannot be reused or recycled and, under federal environmental law, aren't supposed to go in the trash. U.S. teens and adults are buying roughly 12 million disposable vapes per month. With little federal guidance, local officials are finding their own ways to dispose of e-cigarettes collected from schools, colleges, vape shops, and other places. “So the destruction of vapes when it comes to destroying it, we classify it as a hazardous material. So an average barrel for us, which takes about 1200 vapes costs us about $1400 to destroy the product,” said New York Sheriff Anthony Miranda, who leads a task force on the issue. “The sheer volume of what's being sold right now or what we're finding on the streets is something that says that this is an alarming number,” Miranda said. Vaping critics say the industry has skirted responsibility for the environmental impact of its products, while federal regulators have failed to force changes that could make vaping components easier to recycle or less wasteful. Among the possible changes are: federal standards requiring that e-cigarettes be reusable or that manufacturers fund collection and recycling programs. New York, California, and several other states have so-called extended product responsibility laws for computers and other electronics. But those laws don't cover vaping products and there are no comparable federal requirements for any industry. Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) tobacco chief, Brian King, said in a statement that his agency “will continue to carefully consider the potential environmental impacts” of vaping products. This article was provided by The Associated Press.
With one in five high school students vaping regularly there are calls for support to help teens quit their addiction. The Asthma and Respiratory Foundation says there has been little support for young people wanting to quit. It has released the first set of guidelines for health professionals to follow. Meanwhile the Royal College of GPs is calling for a major crackdown on the availability of vapes, wanting them out of dairies, supermarkets, and service stations.
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While vapes and e-cigarettes were initially marketed as a potentially safer alternative to traditional tobacco smoking, vaping has given rise to a new and concerning public health issue: nicotine addiction. Countries around the world are now grappling with a vaping crisis among children and young people, due to the easy ways young people can lay their hands on vape products, even those containing nicotine.While several key politicians are taking sides on the issue of whether the Generational Endgame Bill is unconstitutional, on the show, we're looking at the rise of nicotine addiction among first-time vape users, and the challenges of addressing vape addiction from a medical and social perspective. Prof Chris Bullen, President, Society for Research on Nicotine & Tobacco; and Assoc Prof Dr Amer Siddiq, Consultant Psychiatrist and Chief Coordinator, UM Centre for Addiction Sciences, join us for this discussion.
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How many email addresses do you have? Anna read a study that says the average person needs a lot more than just one! (:15) Stuffing is a must have at any Thanksgiving feast, so if you're trying to thing out of the box and really blow your guests away, try this recipe from the Food Network's Chef Plum! (3:25) Everyone is allowed to dress how they want, but if you're a grown adult who dresses like a teenager, that's all I need to know about you! (7:20) Vaping is a major problem among high school students, but Dr. Jennifer Wider spoke to Anna and Raven about why a new study might have some good news! (10:05) If you didn't have turkey for Thanksgiving dinner, what would you have instead? An adult would likely come up with a sensible solution, but that's not fun, so Anna and Raven asked a bunch of kids! (13:43) Does your teenager know how to handle money? Most don't, so Anna and Raven invited financial expert Thomas Henske on the show to give parent some tips on raising a financially literate teen! (16:37) Every Friday, Raven's wife Alicia comes on the show to give Raven a grade on how he did as a husband that week! This week, Raven's caffeine habit has become an issue… (20:37) What are your predictions for football Sunday? Anna doesn't know what she's talking about, but 7-year-old Reagan might know a thing or two! (24:30) It's time for Mommy's Margarita Friday! Moms (and Dads) share all the crazy things that their kids have put them through this week that have definitely earned them a margarita! (27:31) Chuck and Kayla are hosting Thanksgiving. Kayla says making a turkey is ridiculous because no one eats it. It's time consuming, expensive, and a waste since it's basically a decoration. Kayla says it's time to divorce the turkey, just a ham on the table. Chuck says it's tradition. What do you think? (31:03) Clay thinks he's got what it takes to beat Raven in pop culture trivia! Can he succeed and win the $800 jackpot? (37:42)
In this episode, Val fills us in on a few updates about her kiddos. Julie shares a funny story about her son saying he has no emotions. Then, the moms talk about 5th grade girls vaping in the school bathroom. If your kids do this crazy, ridiculous, obnoxious stuff too, just know - you are not alone! Come hang out with us on Facebook and Instagram. If you've got a story you'd like to share with us, send us an email to email@example.com, we'd love to hear it! And, don't forget to rate and review this podcast and subscribe so you know exactly when each new episode is released! Until next time….
As Canada's opioid crisis continues, new enforcement measures in China could help restrict the flow of deadly substances to our shores. Like us signing up for beer league hockey, Netflix is dipping its toes into sports just to see how things play out. Vaping is so 2021. These days, nicotine pouches are the vice of choice for many teens, and health experts are warning that it's a serious problem. Celebrating something? Let us know here: https://thepeak.typeform.com/to/MNdYA3TO
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Pulmonologist and integrative medicine practitioner, Dr. Ni-Cheng Liang, discusses various lung issues such as asthma, COPD, lung cancer, and what to eat & drink to improve respiratory function, including for Covid and flu. She explains current medical literature about integrative lung care, and also shares her personal cancer journey and how she found mindfulness to be a powerful tool in her healing process. Dr. Liang leads a guided mindfulness practice and 4-7-8 breathing exercise for listeners towards the end of the episode. In this episode you'll hear:2:00 - What is a pulmonologist?2:30 - Difference between complementary v. integrative medicine3:45 - Integrative medicine for the lungs.7:45 - Medical literature about integrative lung care.9:00 - Mindfulness, yoga, breath work, acupressure.14:10 - Food as medicine for lung conditions.17:45 - What to eat & drink to improve respiratory function, including for Covid and flu.24:10 - Dairy and the lungs.26:15 - Gut-lung microbiome.29:00 - Group visits in pulmonary care.31:00 - Impact of Dr. Liang's personal cancer experience on her present day practice.34:50 - Benefits of mindfulness practice for lung cancer.36:20 – Short mindfulness practice with 4-7-8 breathing.42:10 - Vaping, joints and e-cigarettes - is there one that's safer for lungs?Referenced in the episode:https://awakenbreath.org/https://www.mindfulhealthcarecollective.com/https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28569578/https://www.thoracic.org/patients/patient-resources/resources/mindfulness.pdfhttps://www.mindful.org/a-12-minute-4-7-8-breathing-meditation/https://www.thoracic.org/patients/patient-resources/resources/integrative-medicine.pdfCredits:Host - Dr. Sabrina Falquier, MD, CCMS, DipABLMSound and Editing - Will CrannExecutive Producer - Esther Garfin©2023 Alternative Food Network Inc.
Looking 4 Healing Radio with Dr. Bryan Ardis – In this episode, delve into Dr. Sherri Tenpenny's insights on vaping's dangers, revealing the hidden risks in vape products, and exploring nicotine's potential healing benefits. We uncover the truth about nicotine in foods, its role in treating diseases, and the deceptive practices of Big Pharma. Join us as we explore nature's healing powers and question conventional medical narratives...
Dr. Galati starts by sharing a story about a patient that has cirrhosis secondary to fatty liver. He also spends time chatting about a few articles he's read on vaping among high school students and how loneliness is deadly to your health. Dr Galati focuses on the second article there and explains how to prevent this from happening.
In this episode, my guest is Natalie Crawford, MD, a double board-certified physician specializing in obstetrics and gynecology, fertility and reproductive health and host of the “As a Woman” podcast. We discuss female hormones, nutrition, supplementation, reproductive health, and fertility, including how the timing and duration of puberty impact a woman's long-term hormone cycles and menopause. We also discuss the pros and cons of various birth control methods and how hormonal vs. non-hormonal birth control each affects fertility. We cover the factors that impact egg and sperm quality and how to leverage timing for conception. We also discuss procedures to assess female fertility, including egg count and hormone testing, the process of egg freezing, in vitro fertilization (IVF) and other reproductive options. This episode represents fairly comprehensive coverage of female hormones and reproductive health, highlighting important tests and screening, behavioral, nutritional, supplement and prescription-based tools that women of any age can use to improve their fertility, hormone function and overall health. For the full show notes, please visit hubermanlab.com. Thank you to our sponsors AG1: https://drinkag1.com/huberman Maui Nui: https://mauinuivenison.com/huberman Helix Sleep: https://helixsleep.com/huberman InsideTracker: https://insidetracker.com/huberman Momentous: https://www.livemomentous.com/huberman Timestamps (00:00:00) Dr. Natalie Crawford (00:01:40) Sponsors: Maui Nui Venison & Helix Sleep; The Brain Body Contract (00:04:59) Female Puberty & Growth Characteristics, Height (00:13:27) Eggs & Ovulation, Harvesting Eggs, In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) (00:17:31) Endocrine Disruptors, Fetal Development (00:21:39) Lavender, Tea Tree & Evening Primrose Oils, Scents, Diapers (00:25:13) Breast Milk vs. Formula & Fertility (00:26:04) Menstruation Cycle & Hormones, Timing (00:34:08) Sponsor: AG1 (00:35:59) Estrogen, Progesterone & Menstrual Cycle (00:38:08) Hormonal Birth Control & Ovarian Reserve, AMH Testing, Fertility (00:42:42) Spermatogenesis & Testosterone; Heat: Ovaries vs Testes (00:46:11) Period & Pregnancy, Conception Window (00:48:56) Estrogen, Libido & Ovulation; Mittelschmerz (00:51:33) Tool: Intercourse Timing & Conception; Artificial Insemination, IVF (00:55:03) Egg/Sperm Quality, Cigarettes, Vaping, Cannabis & Alcohol (01:02:20) Sponsor: InsideTracker (01:03:29) Intrauterine Device (IUD), Depo-Provera & Fertility (01:10:00) Birth Control Risks & Benefits, Cancers, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) (01:19:39) Blood Clotting & Birth Control Pill; Health Screening (01:24:50) Tool: AMH Testing, Ovarian Reserve, Antral Follicle Count Ultrasound (01:29:55) IVF, In Vitro Maturation (IVM); Early Ovarian Reserve Screening (01:35:40) Tools: Egg Freezing, IVF; Age & Egg Quality (01:43:37) Egg Freezing & IVF Procedures, Maternal Age, Success Rates (01:51:30) Tool: Sperm Freezing & Paternal Age, Vasectomy (01:55:01) Hormones, Egg Freezing & IVF (02:00:42) Three-Parent IVF, Mitochondrial DNA (02:05:21) IVF Embryo Storage & Donation; Donor Education & Consent (02:14:29) Autism, Developmental Disorders, IVF Babies, Age (02:20:36) Tools: Sleep, Nutrition & Fertility; Dietary Fat (02:27:32) Protein, Meat, Tofu, Fish; Sugar, Artificial Sweeteners; Weight & Miscarriage (02:37:38) Tools: Supplements; Prenatal Vitamins, Omega 3s, Vitamin D, Coenzyme Q10 (02:42:26) L-Carnitine & Male Fertility; PCOS & Myo-inositol; Metformin (02:47:11) Egg Retrieval, Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome, Minimal Stimulation (02:57:56) INVOcell (03:03:12) Egg Freezing, Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI), Sperm Fragmentation (03:11:45) Genetic Testing, IVF Transfer & Success Rate, Embryo Banking (03:15:10) Menopause (03:19:47) Hormone Replacement Therapy & Menopause (03:22:25) Early-signs of Menopause (03:25:18) Zero-Cost Support, Spotify & Apple Reviews, Sponsors, YouTube Feedback, Momentous, Social Media, Neural Network Newsletter Disclaimer
An Auckland University researcher has raised concerns over the nation's vaping rates. OECD data shows New Zealand has the second-highest number of people aged 15 or over vaping regularly, just behind Estonia. More than 8 percent of those in that age group regularly vape in New Zealand, with higher rates among teens. Researcher Kelly Burrowes says a high percentage of Kiwi teens have been drawn to vaping, surging ahead of other nations. "18 percent of that age group are regular vapers- that is a lot higher than in the UK or Australia, where it's only around 5 or 8 percent." LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Heyyyyyy my guys. Another flashback episode today but this one involves a bit of a life update at the start (skip to 6:30 if you just wanna learn the info). We are going over what vapes are, what they contain and why they are so addictive. Hope you learn something or relearn if you're back :-) Thanks for being here!! More info: Lung Foundation Australia
The Utah Department of Health and Human Services says less kids in Utah are vaping... but the tobacco industry continues to target them with their advertisements. Media Coordinator for the Tobacco Prevention and Control Program Aubri Devashrayee joins Jeff to discuss in-depth.
Vapoteuses et autres cigarettes électroniques font un tabac (si l'on peut dire) chez les adolescents. Plus récemment, ce sont les Puff, des e-cigarettes jetables au look pop et au parfum sucré qui ont fait leur entrée dans les cours du collège et du lycée. Mais ces petits appareils en apparence innocents ne sont pas sans risques pour la santé. Cette semaine, Julie Kern vous propose de faire le tour des dangers que comportent les cigarettes électroniques pour les jeunes.
On this week's episode of the Escape Your Limits podcast, our guest is Ugo Amobi. As Founder, Chairman, and CEO of Nano Genesis Labs, a 4-year-old bionanotechnology company, Ugo is one of the world's leading pioneers in this new and exciting science. Working with his team of engineers and scientists, Ugo is investing in and developing the application of nanotechnology to affectively administrate natural carbon molecules with healing equalities to tackle some of the world's most prolific health inhibitors including inflammation, chronic pain, cancer, suppressed immunity and brain function impairment. In addition to his commercial, nanotechnology research and development company, Ugo is also investing in microgrids and energy creation technologies with the aim of electrifying the entire continent of Africa with its 1.2 billion citizens. This will substantially increase the living standard for everyone, creating jobs and business opportunities that cannot exist without a reliable and dependable supply of electricity. Today, Ugo talks about: The journey into space that made a groundbreaking discovery and inspired a Nobel Peace prize. How the discovery of carbon molecule C60 is changing the world. Curing a hangover using nanotechnology. Tackling inflammatory diseases, chronic pain and ‘brain fog' through nanotechnology. Vaping for good: using the application to administer C60 and improve lung function. The huge pain management market. Natural pain management solutions: an alternative to opioid use. Using nanotechnology to speed up recovery and improve athletic performance. Applying nootropics to expand the mind. Producing energy from sand. To learn more about Nano Genesis Labs, click here ====================================================== Subscribe to our YouTube channel and turn on your notifications so you never miss a new video when it's published: https://www.youtube.com/user/EscapeFitness Shop gym equipment: https://escapefitness.com/shop View our full catalog: https://escapefitness.com/support/catalog https://escapefitness.com/support/catalogue ====================================================== Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Escapefitness Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/escapefitness Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/escapefitness LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/escapefitness/
On this episode of GMM, we are joined by Dr. Garth Garrison, pulmonologist, Associate Professor of Medicine, Director of Pulmonary Fellowship Program, and Cancer Center member. We discuss counseling patients on the importance of vaccinations, especially those with pre-existing pulmonary conditions. Additionally, we unpack the intricacies of lung transplants. Finally, we uncover exogenous impacts on the lungs, including tobacco, vaping, and environmental chemicals or triggers. Co-Hosts: Caity Decara: firstname.lastname@example.org Haley Bayne: email@example.com
One of my sons is a high school physical education teacher. I recently asked him about his experiences with students and discipline over the course of the first couple of months of this school year. He reported that the students have been quite easy to handle with the exception of one particular issue: vaping in the bathrooms. The latest research says that over two-and a half million youth here in the United States are currently vaping. One fifteen year old student from New Jersey recently told Yahoo life, “You walk into the bathroom and it smells like fruit and people are passing around a vape and asking people who look chill if they want a hit. Some sit on the floor, but most go into the stalls with their friends. Everyone does it.” Another student describes his bathrooms as being nothing but a cloud of fog in there. Parents, we need to prepare our kids to steward their God-given bodies. Warn them about the addictive nature of vaping and the associated health risks.
Worrying about our kids eventually getting involved with substance use is a common concern for parents. We have Brittany Britsch here from the Bear River Health Department to help us understand what WE can do to help. She tells us more about why teens start using, the statistics about vaping, how to help prevent teens from experimenting, and more! Guest Bio: Brittany Britsch earned a Bachelor's degree in Public Health from Brigham Young University Idaho. She works at the Bear River Health Department as a Prevention Specialist. Brittany is also a mother of 3 teenagers and 1 soon to be teenager. Subject Resources: Parents Empowered– https://parentsempowered.org/ Know Your Script–https://knowyourscript.org/ Catch My Breath Parents Toolkit–https://catch.org/program/vaping-prevention/#parents American Lung Association-https://www.lung.org/quit-smoking Way to Quit–https://waytoquit.org/ Youth Smoking and vaping cessation help: https://ut.mylifemyquit.org/index See Through the Vape–https://seethroughthevape.org/ Contact us: -Email us questions or topic ideas: firstname.lastname@example.org -Record questions here: https://anchor.fm/theparentsplace -Parent's Place FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/196037267839869/ - https://www.facebook.com/jendalyTFP Music by Joystock - https://www.joystock.org --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theparentsplace/message
This edWeb podcast is sponsored by EVERFI from Blackbaud in partnership with the Truth Initiative.The edLeader Panel recording can be accessed here.Youth e-cigarette use remains at epidemic levels in the United States. Data from the 2022 National Youth Tobacco Survey show that one in seven high school students (14.1%) and one in 30 middle school students (3.3%)—that's an estimated 2.55 million young people—reported using e-cigarettes.Join Amy Taylor, Chief of Community Engagement from the Truth Initiative, along with Rachael Perez, Community Prevention Coordinator at Johnson County Mental Health Center, and Matthew Johnson, Director of Athletics and Activities at Olathe Public Schools (KS), for a special release edWeb podcast on the topic of teen vaping. Educators leave this session armed with actionable strategies to create opportunities for impactful conversations about the dangers of vaping and the addictive powers of nicotine.Listeners gain free access to Vaping: Know the truth, a prevention-forward digital learning experience that gives today's students core knowledge around e-cigarettes and offers resources to help young people quit if they already vape, as well as a Red Ribbon Week Toolkit with additional free resources focused on student mental health and prevention.This edWeb podcast is of interest to middle and high school teachers and school and district leaders.EVERFI from Blackbaud EVERFI's free digital ed curriculums empower learners to make safe, smart, and informed decisions. Truth Initiative We seek, speak and spread the truth about smoking, vaping, and nicotine.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Learn more about viewing live edWeb presentations and on-demand recordings, earning CE certificates, and using accessibility features.
We know that what kids see on screens or the content they consume can have serious effects on offline living. Dr. Jon-Patrick Allem is an Associate Professor at the Rutgers School of Public Health and Rutgers, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, he is also a core member of the Institute for Nicotine and Tobacco Studies. Jon's research shows the different ways that corporations influence adolescent health with current projects focused on identifying sources of exposure to tobacco marketing among adolescents and young adults through product placement in social media and influencers. Listen now!
Welcome to Episode 21 of Season 3. It's the vaguely Vaping related Podcast where we discuss vaping ... I'll be honest, it's been 2 weeks and we've already recorded the next episode. I'm a bit behind with my editing and I can't remember a thing about what we talked about, probably an Aspire product at some point! Enjoy Chandler, Jimmy & Dave
In this latest City Council recap from Tuesday, October 17, 2023, Steve and Katie give a quick overview of the items discussed, including:New Police Chief Brian Barner Caldwell Park expansion updateVaping among teenagersChoose Redding Lodging marketing updatePlease find additional resources below for more information on these topics.Council Meeting Agenda>>Check out the video here>>Read the transcript here>>Contact the City of Redding Podcast Team Email us at email@example.com Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram Visit the City of Redding website Love the podcast? The best way to spread the word is to rate and review!
I tried to stop vaping yesterday, I finished the book and everything made sense. I didn't last very long! I've been writing it out and it clearly feels very unsafe to stop vaping. The identity is terrified and I felt so unsafe. Logically I know that vaping cannot make me safe, but it feels like it does, as it's keeps the identity and separate self alive. It is bad for me and I am bad so… I can only stay alive in that identity. (It doesn't feel anywhere near as threatening to do the walking/ water/ food side of things)What is going on here? I want health and I put poison into my body! I, I, I ?? Does it only shift in the subconscious and can nothing change until that happens? Or is that a cop out of me not wanting to take responsibility? Everything about stopping makes sense, so wtf?/child. It feels so much more than it is, like if I step into this freedom from harm, it's game over for me, yet it also feels like it's game over if I don't stop??? I say I want health, life, energy but do I really or I am happy in the victim role? why is it so so terrifying??? I will keep looking at the threat of it, feeling so unsafe. I guess the deal was, I don't matter so let me live and I'll spend my live saving others and suffering myself, hurting myself? Love to hear your thoughts on this.
Vaping vs. Smoking, which is worse? With "vaping" killing 68 people in the year 2019, the insane chemical flavouring and how much nicotine there is per hit - is vaping now worse than smoking? Today we explain how vapes work, what nicotine does, how THC vaping is different and where cigarettes end up after all of thisWhat Did We Learn This Week:what do steroids do to your brain?COVID booster updatesSTUDYTIME:Vaping vs. Smoking - which is worse? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
More and more people are puffing on vapes — but some governments are making moves to ban them. So how dangerous is vaping, really? And as we inhale that sweet cherry flavor into our lungs, could we also be changing our brains? To find out, we talk to tobacco researcher Dr. Michael Chaiton, inhalation toxicologist Professor Ilona Jaspers, and pharmacology researcher Melissa Herman. Find our transcript here: https://bit.ly/ScienceVsVaping In this episode, we cover: (00:00) The fears around vaping (03:41) Could vaping make you sick? (09:45) Are vape flavors dangerous? (20:17) Nicotine and depression (32:03) Is vaping worse than smoking? This episode was produced by Nick DelRose with help from Wendy Zukerman, Joel Werner, Rose Rimler and Michelle Dang. Our original vaping episode was produced by Kaitlyn Sawrey with help from Lexi Krupp and Meryl Horn. Editing by Caitlin Kenney and Blythe Terrell. Fact checking by Erica Akiko Howard. Mix and sound design by Bumi Hidaka and Peter Leonard. Music written by Peter Leonard, Bobby Lord, So Wylie, Bumi Hidaka, and Emma Munger. A huge thanks to all the people we spoke to for this episode including: Dr Jamie Harmann-Boyce, Prof Charlotta Pisinger, Prof Neal Benowitz, Dr Emily Stockings, Dr Mohammed Al-Hamdani, Prof Nancy Rigotti, Dr Elizabeth Stevens, Dr Matt Springer, Prof Paul Kenny, Dr Yasmeen Butt, Dr Sean Callahan, Dr Travis Henry, Professor Irfan Rahman, Christopher Harvel, Alex Sandorf, Dr James Pankow, Dr Konstantinos Farsalinos, Professor Lorraine Martin, Professor Moon-Shong Tang, Dr. Kevin Davidson and Myron Ronay. Extra thanks to Conor Duffy, the Zukerman Family and Joseph Lavelle Wilson. Science Vs is a Spotify Studios Original. Follow the show and tap the bell to receive new episode notifications. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices