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467 Paul Scheer, Michelle Biloon, Mike O'Brien  

Comedians and members of the entertainment elite Paul Scheer (How Did This Get Made?) and Michelle Biloon (The Biloon Podcast) join Scott to chat about novelty Monopoly board games, t-shirt canons, and the some of the shows on Paul’s new network TruLife TV. Later, youth pastor Kelly Burton stops by to tell us how he’s updating the bible for the modern era of at risk teens. Plus, actor Tyren Bigsby arrives to shadow Scott as he works on his craft for a new podcasting movie.This episode is brought to you by Squarespace (www.squarespace.com code: BANGBANG), Black Tux (www.theblacktux.com/bangbang), and Stamps.com (www.stamps.com code: BANGBANG).

Assessing heart disease risk  

Measuring calcium in your arteries offers surprising insights.

Insomnia, anti-inflammatory safety, assessing heart disease risk, cheaper breast cancer drugs  

Web-based insomnia treatment. Popular painkiller safety. Assessing heart disease risk. Cheaper breast cancer therapy.

The Key To Deciphering The Mysteries Of Your Thyroid And Fixing Your Thyroid Hormones Forever.  

https://bengreenfieldfitness.com/elle I'll admit it: I have thyroid "issues". I've had them ever since I combined extreme ketosis (e.g. 90%+ fat based diet) for a full year, combined with hard and heavy training for Ironman triathlon. So in light of the fact that I've had to battle rock-bottom "T3" levels over the past several years, hypothyroidism is a topic near and dear to my heart. And I'm not alone. Over 200 million people worldwide and 20+ million Americans have some form of thyroid disease, but 60% are undiagnosed and unaware of their condition. Undiagnosed or mistreated hypothyroidism can put people at risk for serious conditions, such as: depression, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, type 2 diabetes, insulin resistance, cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, gynecological issues (infertility/miscarriages/fibroids/PCOS etc.), hormonal imbalances, adrenal fatigue, anemia, and other diseases. My guest on today's show has written one of the most comprehensive resources I've ever read for deciphering the confusing world of thyroid hormones, and fixing your thyroid for good. Her name is Elle Russ and her book is called "The Paleo Thyroid Solution: Stop Feeling Fat, Foggy, And Fatigued At The Hands Of Uninformed Doctors - Reclaim Your Health!". Elle is a writer, health/life coach, and host of the Primal Blueprint Podcast. She is fat becoming a leading voice of thyroid health in the burgeoning Evolutionary Health Movement (also referred to as Paleo, Primal, or Ancestral Health). Elle has a B.A in Philosophy from The University of California at Santa Cruz and is a certified Primal Health Coach. She sits on the advisory board of The Primal Health Coach Program created by Mark Sisson. Originally from downtown Chicago, Elle lives and plays in Malibu, CA. Elle wrote The Paleo Thyroid Solution after consulting with over two dozen endocrinologists, internal medicine specialists, and general practice MDs...only to find that her thyroid condition was getting worse - and nothing from doctors resembled a solution, or even hope. Exasperated and desperate, Elle took control of her own health and resolved two severe bouts of hypothyroidism on her own – including an acute Reverse T3 problem. Through a devoted paleo/primal lifestyle, intensive personal experimentation, and a radically modified approach to thyroid hormone replacement therapy...Elle fixed her thyroid. Her new book The Paleo Thyroid Solution dispels outdated, conventional thyroid wisdom still practiced by uninformed doctors, and instead provides the in-depth guidance necessary to solve hypothyroidism, achieve vibrant health, and optimize thyroid fat-burning hormone metabolism. It provides the only lifestyle and weight loss plan specifically targeted for maximizing thyroid hormone metabolism in harmony with paleo/primal/ancestral health principles. In The Paleo Thyroid Solution, you will learn: Primal/paleo protocols for naturally optimizing and even possibly reversing low thyroid function How to work with your doctor to get the correct blood tests to diagnose hypothyroidism and accurately interpret results How to work with your doctor to optimally treat hypothyroidism with thyroid hormone replacement How to find a good doctor or work with your current one to diagnose and treat Reverse T3 issues (including T3-only treatment) How to lose the insidious fat and weight gained from hypothyroidism An MD’s perspective on why and how some doctors are uninformed and still practicing outdated thyroid protocols (in-depth commentary from integrative physician Dr. Gary E. Foresman, MD) During my discussion with author Elle Russ, you'll discover: -Why Elle call T3 the "hormone of life", and what happened to hers...[10:30 & 13:20]   -How to find a doctor who actually knows the right parts of your thyroid to test...[19:00]   -Why most thyroid supplements don't actually contain thyroid glandular or thyroid hormones...[23:53]   -The confusing hormone "reverse T3" and the ancestral reflex that causes your body to make it...[25:30]   -Whether body temperature tests really work, and if there any science to back them up...[38:10]   -What vitals you should track, such as heart rate and blood pressure, and the best way to do it...[44:20]   -What Elle thinks is the best natural over-the-counter (OTC) thyroid for people who want to "self test" and "self medicate"...[50:30]   -Why coconut oil can help to heal thyroid issues (and whether or not marijuana or CBD should be used)...[51:50]   -The best prescription form of thyroid hormone to use and what Elle personally takes...[54:55]   -The shocking link between chiropractors, acupuncturists and thyroid hormone...[68:27]   -What to do if you have tried everything and you're still having issues...[70:27]   -And much more!   Resources from this episode: -The FASTER ketogenic study Ben talked about -Book: The Paleo Thyroid Solution -NTH Yahoo Group -The Oura ring for tracking body temperature -Geratherm thermometer   Do you have qu

Weekend Extra  

Chelsea Manning; Pakistan's bloggers at risk; Obama's last speech; Trump's foreign policy

Riding 4 Big Trends with ETFs  

The real value in ETFs may be helping you take advantage of big, sweeping market trends that unfold over the coming years.
Today's Stocks & Topics: Not Enough Risk, Oil Prices, Investing in the Stock Market, GILD - Gilead Sciences Inc., Shorting, SHLD - Sears Holdings Corp., 529 Plan, TGT - Target Corp., TEVA - Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., C - Citigroup Inc., BMY - Bristol-Myers Squibb Co., LQD - iShares iBoxx $ Investment Grade Corporate Bond ETF, INSYInsys Therapeutics Inc., LCI - Lannett Co. Inc.

0201. Divorce Research – Glenn Stanton, 1/20/17  

Glenn Stanton of Focus on the Family Why Your Risk For Divorce Is Probably A Lot Lower Than You Think

"Standards in HEMS. What standards?" - Dr. Ryan Wubben  

The development of Helicopter EMS (HEMS, or as the Federal Aviation Administration recently coined it: “Helicopter Air Ambulance” or “HAA”) services in the United States has taken a decidedly different path in recent years compared to those in other countries. The wide spread use of single engine, VFR only aircraft, owned and operated by for profit companies is a uniquely American phenomena; at odds with most other countries who have developed HEMS programs around the world. This has resulted in significant direct competition between HEMS programs, as well as highly questionable billing practices that have started to garner attention. The origins of this development, including the use of the US “Airline Deregulation Act” to prevent states from regulating HEMS programs will be examined. More recent efforts in the US to tie reimbursement and program accreditation to the levels of care provided and minimum standards of equipment are still nascent at this time. Efforts by the US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) to mandate improved safety equipment standards have been met with resistance by the industry and the FAA. This has resulted in wide variability in US HEMS programs and the adoption of IFR standards, mandating NVG use, twin-engine aircraft and risk assessment strategies. There is also increasing scrutiny being placed on appropriate utilization criteria in the face of skyrocketing bills and questionable billing practices by for-profit companies.

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Er det stilhed før Trump-storm – og hvilken effekt får en hård Brexit?  

KICK: Finansmarkederne ser ud til at holde vejret i dagene og timerne op til den historiske indsættelse af Donald Trump som USA’s 45. præsident. Hør chefanalytiker Jan Størup Nielsens vurdering af markedsdynamikkerne før og efter Trumps indsættelsestale. Få Jans bud på, hvad der kan trigge finansmarkederne på den korte bane, og få indblik i hvor hårdt en ”hård Brexit” kan ramme markederne og ikke mindst dansk økonomi. Lyt med og få overblik i en uforudsigelig tid, hvor alle øjne er rettet mod Trump. Disclaimer: All opinions and estimates in this podcast are, regardless of source, given in good faith, and may only be valid as of the stated publication date and are subject to change without notice. The podcast is intended only to provide general and preliminary information to investors and shall not be construed as the basis for any investment decision. This publication or report has been prepared by Nordea Markets as general information for private use of investors to whom the publication or report has been distributed, but it is not intended as a personal recommendation of particular financial instruments or strategies and thus it does not provide individually tailored investment advice, and does not take into account the individual investor’s particular financial situation, existing holdings or liabilities, investment knowledge and experience, investment objective and horizon or risk profile and preferences. The investor must particularly ensure the suitability of an investment as regards his/her financial and fiscal situation and investment objectives. The investor bears the risk of losses in connection with an investment. Before acting on any information in this publication or report, it is recommendable to consult one’s financial advisor.

Top 10 Salary Cap Casualties & Conference Championships  

Some big NFL names are almost certain to be cut this winter! Who are they, and what will they leave behind? We count down 2017's top 10 fantasy-relevant possible salary cap casualties, and then we also discuss the two attractive conference championship matchups and pick our winners. Guests: Zack Moore of OverTheCap.com and Jon Anik of the UFC.

 

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Follow Zack Moore - @Zack_OTC

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Zack's Top 10 Potential Salary Cap Casualties

10. Mike Wallace

9. Julius Thomas

8. Ryan Mathews

7. Rashad Jennings

6. Carson Palmer

5. Eric Decker

4. Brandon Marshall

3. Jamaal Charles

2. Jonathan Stewart

1. Adrian Peterson

 

Jon's Conference Championship Picks:

GB (+5) at ATL

PIT (+5.5) at NE

 

Chris's Conference Championship Picks:

GB (+5) at ATL

PIT at NE (-5.5)

PM - Full Program - 19/01/2017 19:00  

On Thursday's program: The Premier of New South Wales, Mike Baird, has announced his resignation to spend more time with his family. Treasurer Gladys Berejiklian has already put her hand up for the job, but one veteran state political reporter says there's a 'virtual army of misogynists' in the Liberal Party, and he's not sure she'll succeed. And the risk of violence, harassment and assault has prompted a group of women to launch a female-only ridesharing company.

21. Cissi Wallin –”Jag löper stor risk för hudcancer"  

Hon är en känd mediaprofil och stor i sociala medier. En stor blogg, krönikör för Metro och Mama, radiopratare och återkommande medverkan i Nyhetsmorgon. Hon har också varit med i olika filmer. Och nu är det stand up komedi som gäller. Cissi Wallin har många strängar på sin lyra. Hon föddes med albinism och löper stor risk för hudcancer. Vi talar om svenskarnas hets kring att sola. Hur man önskar att bli brun. Och låter bli att skydda sig. Det är fler människor i Sverige idag som dör av malignt melanom än antalet som dör i trafiken. Vi talar också om stress och hur det är relaterat till cancer. Vi talar om USA kontra Sverige och Jante. Samt om mostern som drabbades av bröstcancer.Produceras av Kid Eriksson. Presenteras i samarbete med ACast.

John Collins: Understanding Risk  

John Collins' career was shaped by his move from Celtic to Monaco in 1996, where he played alongside a couple of promising youngsters named Thierry Henry and David Trezeguet. Here, Collins tells us how the two French internationalists carried the hamper into the dressing ground at every away game in the season prior to winning the World Cup. During his time in France, Collins underwent a technical and tactical revolution, but his marginal gains approach to self-improvement started in his teens. How else would a skinny kid from Galashiels get the chance to line up alongside George Best in only his second professional game? He now has strong opinions about the development of young footballers. We talk Jean Tigana, rugby, John Stones, sweeper keepers and that cheeky wink to camera before Scotland–Brazil - the opening game of the 1998 World Cup in France. Football needs John Collins. I'm sure you'll agree after an hour in his company.

Buckshot: Newsmax's 30 Most Influential Republicans Under 30 Kierstin Koppel  

Kierstin discusses her thoughts on a Trump Presidency for millennials. "He's much more tapped in to the Social Media side of things, do you see that as a Risk or an Opportunity?" - Buck Sexton "I see it as an opportunity, I think he's able to break through the main stream media, which hasn’t been one hundred percent fair to him." - Kierstin Koppel The Buck Sexton Show, Weekdays 12–3pm ET on The Blaze Radio. Twitter: @BuckSexton Facebook: Buck Sexton

#216: Arnold Schwarzenegger Part 2! Bodybuilding, Investing, and Online Battles  

Arnold Schwarzenegger (@Schwarzenegger) told you he'd be back.

In our first conversation (episode 60), the former Mr. Olympia, Terminator, and Governator shared lessons learned, daily routines, psychological warfare tactics, favorite books, early entrepreneurial ventures (and tips), meditation, and many stories no one had heard before. This time around, the new host of the Celebrity Apprentice answered your most popular and upvoted questions, including some controversial ones. He does not shy away from anything, and this is no exception.

In this episode, among other things, Arnold talks about his recent Twitter battle with President-elect Donald Trump, his investment strategies, politics, the state of bodybuilding, his sleep schedule, and many more never-before-told stories. [Special thanks to Daniel Ketchell for pitching the questions here.]

He forgot to plug his latest project, however, so I will: tune into the new Celebrity Apprentice Mondays at 8 p.m., or watch it on the NBC app.

I hope you enjoy this incredible round 2 Q&A with Arnold Schwarzenegger! I promise that it doesn't disappoint.

Show notes and links for this episode can be found at www.fourhourworkweek.com/podcast.

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Ep202 – APIs: Plug into Banking - FinTech Insider by 11:FS  

What are APIs? We break it down in today's episode with some great guests. But a little taste: All the connected apps you use on your phone talk via APIs to get their data. So when you check the weather, says David Andrzejek, the weather app on your phone makes an API call to a system to get the weather data. Lesley-Anne Vaughan says APIs are like ordering from a menu at a restaurant. You place your order from the menu, which is like an API call out to the kitchen (system). The food that comes to the table is the system's response to that API call. What does this have to do with financial services? Bankers should be interested in APIs because they enable the digital experiences their customers want.

More API analogies and explanations await in episode 202!

Joining us for this discussion:

Lesley-Ann Vaughan, Co-creator of M-PESA @VaughanLA
David Andrzejek, VP Vertical Solutions at Google @davidandrz
Aubrey Hawes, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Oracle @gahawes3
Ghela Boskovich, Founder of FemTechGlobal @GhelaBoskovich

News

Finextra - US regulator cites fintech as risk to banking system [Link] Full report [Link]
 IBTimes - DTCC creating credit derivatives blockchain with Axoni, IBM and R3 [Link]
FT - Banks risk missing 2019 ringfence deadline [Link]
Mashable - 56,000 petrol pumps in India to stop accepting credit and debit cards; citizens miffed [Link] Decision has been deferred until the 13th of January [Link]
Banking Technology - “Humanoid” Ira to assist customers in HDFC Bank branches [Link]
Financial Tribune - Iran’s 1st Open Banking API Launched [Link]

 

Enjoy the episode! If you're a fan of FinTech Insider, please . We haven't seen a new review in awhile and you'd make our heart soar with glee.

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Uncovering the Risk in Your Portfolio  

Returns aren't the only factor in determining whether your portfolio is allocated appropriately.
Today's Stocks & Topics: New Investor, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), Health Savings Account (HSA), Investments & Taxes, Interest Rates, NFLX - Netflix Inc., Profit & Loss Statement (P&L), LOCO - El Pollo Loco Holdings Inc., NASDA - QNASDAQ Composite Index, NKE - Nike Inc., WMT - Wal-Mart Stores Inc., TEVA - Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd.

Age of noise - British drinking  

The 'age of noise': How a preoccupation with unwanted sounds came to characterise modernity. The 20th century saw the expansion of cities and technological change. The sounds of motor cars, vacuum cleaners and gramaphones filled the air, leading social commentators to forecast the end of civilisation and a breakdown in mental health. Did noise provide people with a way of talking about their social anxieties? Does it still serve this function today? Laurie Taylor talks to James Mansell, Assistant Professor of Cultural Studies at the University of Nottingham and Marie Thompson, Lecturer in the School of Film and Media at the University of Lincoln. British drinking and the night time carnival. William Haydock, Visiting Fellow in the Faculty of Health and Social Sciences at the University of Bournemouth, argues that our alcohol consumption is peculiarly 'carnivalesque', combining ritual with risk taking and spectacle. Producer: Jayne Egerton.

Within the Trenches Ep 128  

Imagine waking up on Saturday. The sky is blue and the sun is shining bright. You lean over to wake your husband. He doesn’t move. You turn him over and notice his lips are blue…you check him…no pulse. Your heart breaks…he’s gone. Now imagine you are 9-1-1, listening to the screams and wails of a wife who has lost her best friend and husband. She requests CPR instructions but you know it’s too late. This is what it’s like, Within the Trenches. In this episode we will visit the #IAM911 movement, a movement I started to fight the reclassification of dispatchers from clerical to protective and bring awareness to the types of calls that 9-1-1 dispatchers answer on a daily basis. Now…you heard the warning at the beginning but I must warn you again and add that if you suffer from PTSD or have suicidal tendencies you are listening at your own risk. The stories you are about to hear are all true and come from the dispatchers who lived them. While some stories have a good outcome, the majority are horrifying. This is our reality. Your worst day is our every day. So let’s start with a bang. I want you to imagine each story. Become the dispatcher who has taken each call and imagine listening…

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