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, airing on Thursday nights on Freeform. With the premonition that one of them will die looming, Tandy ( Olivia Holt ) and Tyrone ( Aubrey Joseph ) will test their combined powers to learn more about what they can accomplish together, as they try to navigate their own issues while dealing with the bigger threats that are out there.

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During this 1-on-1 phone interview with Collider, showrunner Joe Pokaski talked about how proud he is of what the Cloak Dagger writers’ room has done this season, how much the actors – Olivia Holt and Aubrey Joseph – have brought to their characters, whether Cloak and Dagger will embrace their partnership, by the end of the season, how Episode 8 might break a lot of hearts, the desire to get to 100 episodes, the biggest challenges in being the showrunner of this series, and what he likes most about who Tandy and Tyrone are, at this point in their story. Be aware that there are some spoilers discussed.

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Collider: Looking back on the first season, overall, what are you most proud of actually being able to pull off and get accomplished with it?

JOE POKASKI: Honestly, I’m most proud of my writers’ room. There’s been a lot of talk about putting together a diverse writer’s room, and I’m very happy that I dug in and found these brilliant writers that represent things that I don’t understand. We’re able to have a writers’ room with a majority of black writers who can really talk about issues, and a lot of women who can really keep me honest as to how to push the envelope and tell the story of a young woman who’s a superhero. [With Episode 6], we were able to tell the story of two young men, driving through New Orleans and talking about their reality and how justice is for other people, which literally brings tears to my eyes, every time I see it, and of two women talking about science and about how they need to save the world. I certainly can’t do that, on my own. Jenny Klein and J. Holtham both wrote that episode and they’re able to understand what we’re trying to do while putting their personal experiences into it. That’s probably what makes me most proud.

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A distributed table appears as a single table, but the rows are actually stored across 60 distributions. The rows are distributed with a hash or round-robin algorithm.

Hash-distributed tables improve query performance on large fact tables, and are the focus of this article. Round-robin tables are useful for improving loading speed. These design choices have a significant impact on improving query and loading performance.

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A hash-distributed table distributes table rows across the Compute nodes by using a deterministic hash function to assign each row to one distribution .

Since identical values always hash to the same distribution, the data warehouse has built-in knowledge of the row locations. SQL Data Warehouse uses this knowledge to minimize data movement during queries, which improves query performance.

Hash-distributed tables work well for large fact tables in a star schema. They can have very large numbers of rows and still achieve high performance. There are, of course, some design considerations that help you to get the performance the distributed system is designed to provide. Choosing a good distribution column is one such consideration that is described in this article.

Consider using a hash-distributed table when:

A round-robin distributed table distributes table rows evenly across all distributions. The assignment of rows to distributions is random. Unlike hash-distributed tables, rows with equal values are not guaranteed to be assigned to the same distribution.

As a result, the system sometimes needs to invoke a data movement operation to better organize your data before it can resolve a query. This extra step can slow down your queries. For example, joining a round-robin table usually requires reshuffling the rows, which is a performance hit.

Consider using the round-robin distribution for your table in the following scenarios:

Hi Colleen, You’re better off getting potassium from bananas or other food than from supplements. Potatoes, tomatoes, and many other fruits and vegetables also have lots of potassium. If you take a supplement, potassium gluconate is easier on the stomach than potassium chloride. I use potassium gluconate because I don’t eat many fruits or vegetables. Don’t bother with the magnesium test. The usual tests are notoriously unreliable. (I have a reference to a study showing that RBC magnesium can go in the opposite direction of body load.) It’s best to do a trial with a magnesium supplement and see if you feel better. It’s very hard to overdose on magnesium. Some people do OK with the citrate form, but I find it’s an effective laxative. The amino acid chelated forms are probably best. I prefer the glycinate form. Many people like the malate form.

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Mike the chemist today gave me Magnesium Forte. to take one a day (Magnesium oxide-heavy457mg,Magnesium citrate nonahydrate 870 mg etc) Unfortunately i need a script from my Doc to get potassium supplements.As im a vegetarian I do eat alot of fruits vegetables so will stick to bananas etc for now.

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Hi to the group, just thought that I would update you on some information that I found with hypothyroidism and vitamin B12 deficiency. Several studies have now shown that up to 40% of people who have hypothyroidism either have anemia or are vitamin B12 deficient. Now that does not include all the people who are sub-clinically deficient in vitamin B12. So what is the link. Well it is a bit complicated and there is quite a detailed description on the http://www.vitaminb12deficiency.net.au web-site. To the short answer is that thyroxin produced in the thyroid, is involved in the conversion of riboflavin (vitamin B2) to FAD. Now FAD, plus vitamin B3 is a co-enzyme for MTHFR, so if you can’t make FAD, then the MTHFR won’t work. You then can have simlar symptoms and deficiency to those with the mutations in the MTHFR gene. One of the reasons that this is hard to diagnose is that hypothyroidism has some similar symptoms to vitamin B12 deficiency. This also has applicability for those with mutations in the MTHFR gene, who should make sure that they are fully “primed” with B2 and B3.

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Greg,

You mention that those with mutations in the MTHFR gene should make sure they are fully “primed” with B2 and B3. Does it make any difference if the B3 is nicotinic acid, niacinamide, or NADH?

Also, niacin is known to deplete methyl groups. Does this depletion happen only with the nicotinic acid form of B3, or also with niacinamide?

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