17 Burst results for "American Medical Association Jama"

"american medical association jama" Discussed on Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata

Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata

08:11 min | Last month

"american medical association jama" Discussed on Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata

"Down to thirty five. Our maintains are there joseph warning. I'm a patriot. And oh i wouldn't think. I i think if people who attend flea markets i think of like hipsters but i guess anyone like sleep markets are everywhere so the flea markets you have been to our in cities where like people with money either by expensive things or they're like new at with a flea market can you. Even i write all of my expensive jewelry on my three dollar night table As i walked around in it. But like you've found in that. Can you even wilder agra. I like husband has been. Does that a given outdoor mall situation. I like we freed it. Yeah honestly with her like just to hear talk but like if you went to a flea market in. I don't shit on ohio. But like in the middle of ohio state of hate the most you wouldn't it wouldn't be like hipsters or cool people it would just be like the people who live in ohio there are hipsters cool. We in ohio where they at columbus i love it. I shouldn't ohio so much and they've been very my show sold out. I just will not forgive. Cincinnati airport for being in kentucky than entrapment. Okay and i've had people yell at me in ohio and matteo was hate crimes with me in ohio. Himself on a slide jim. Why is there an indoor waterpark in the anytime workout fitness. That is ohio's fall your water parks in jim separate separate but equal. Oh here's a way. He's got stupid song masterpiece. He is very busy He currently has this youtube channel where he reviews things. I realized that ensure the audio. I apologize so he does reviews with. I'm assuming are his daughters in or and or wife okay. I don't know but he reviews products. He owns rap snacks He's busy with no limit ran as us right. Let me see those ships with rapper space. He's got no limit. I did not realize these little romeo's dad which is his youngest son. Just got a huge contract to play basketball in tennessee. So he's busy managing that and he opened big pop burgers new orleans any open. He's now making his own. Reis brand uncle peas. Louisiana seasoned rice on my gosh kim music many things. Oh and he. also purchased ownership in brooklyn new york based independent wrestling promotion company house of glory. Well master he is truly doing it all this renaissance man over here said there is no limit on the things i india. And i'm a master p jack-of-all-trades master of of peak. Now i mean i love that. That little romeo or no. That was a little bow lil bow. Wow you don't fast across. No one has anything. But i'm pretty sure that's very well. Yes yeah honestly. I wish to put into my will. My brain opened up. When i'm dead so that you could like scoop it out what's going on brain. They'll be like we can't do anything research. I we figured it out. But like what are we gonna do. Now i guess of money would be wasted by now. Why i remember things. The way i remember things specifically when you've c. t. You're you're you're injured boston the head too many times we while i don't know i'm beginning to think more people have c. T. than we think is that true Lee more like everybody over but again. I don't think everybody has g when people are acting the see they must be the. Yeah so that's why they're acting active flow. Don't know 'cause nobody tests you for it after you die that that's a good point. We don't know how he will actually had cd because they don't test and i've hit my head so many times so many i fall down all the time. Okay can. we found something. Steady published tuesday in the journal of american medical association. Jama found ct in ninety nine percent of brains obtained from the national football league. Good lord wow as well as ninety one percent of college football players and twenty one percent of high school football players. Wow oh no high. School kids So then it. A good presented them. Don't continue onto college or pro. There's ct with ct. Rican kimmy. Can you look up. Non football players then go way. Do you mean how do we defy. Ma'am no another thing. But i think it's a thing i think it might be. People hit their head when they're not playing football. Yeah i bumped my head. I was scar my head from balkin. It right right. I bark my head on. I bumped my head last week. i think. But bonking your head versus ramming your skull and into a brick of a humid. Insure my god. I will own love to run my head into a brick of a human. She's horny again. Ducking wasn't in this moment need more fattening to amazon dot. But according to i had my birth chart read agai- oh and allegedly. The summer is going to be yes spicy. Affirming who and then the end of the year is going to be even spicier and she thinks twenty twenty two is going to be the year of nicole datang. So i'm gonna be sweatiest fuck this summer. Have several pregnancy scares asked me at the rite aid. And they're going say order ready when you walk in family like. Do you want the second choice. Woodland being.

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"american medical association jama" Discussed on The Model Health Show

The Model Health Show

05:05 min | 2 months ago

"american medical association jama" Discussed on The Model Health Show

"I had chronic asthma. My little brother had chronic chronic. Asthma milo sister at xm. My mother father obese. I had a degenerative advance. Asian disease at the age of twenty. My spine was deteriorating because of the education that i was getting around food what i was exposed to around food. My family wasn't doing anything particularly abnormal. I remember my mom was getting a low fat. She did the diet diet. I'm not gonna do the pepsi diet pepsi trying to watch my figure right is that's fake. That's that's it's not even real what a held is pepsi. come from. Have you ever seen a pepsi fountain. Well that's another like a pepsi. Found like a soda. Found in one of those like the kid gets rich movies. Richie rich type scenario. Whatever yes you might have seen a pepsi found or soda found. Yes okay but you get my point. It is so far removed from what's real and what's natural what you what you think's gonna happen in. Our government is investing in these companies providing subsidies billions of dollars in subsidies to grow that corn. That's us for the high-fructose scores syrup coming through in those sodas billions of dollars every year and document this in my in my latest book. E smarter hopefully read. Eat smart if you didn't actually have a copy of each smarter and it was a study that was published in the journal of the american medical association. Jama shot up the jama best. Acronym of any medical journal pajama jam..

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"american medical association jama" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:01 min | 3 months ago

"american medical association jama" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Terms here. Stop quarantining healthy people. That's what I took away from and got lead. By the way, Who was Trump's FDA guy until about 2019? Not exactly. Um, there. There have been some fear, porn ish stuff from him in the past 15 months that I didn't like, but it's and he was obviously talking about the code of the Delta variant. You hear a lot about the delta variant over the summer? You're going to hear a lot of fear porn about that, and he was actually had a very reasonable take on. That may be something we should have done from the very beginning. Mm. You don't say I wonder what would happen if there were a large group of people who have been saying that all along, but you know, raising my hand over here? The Journal of American Medical Association Jama J. A. M, a one of the more prestigious medical outlets. They have a study on pediatrics and their conclusion. Nudge is that Children should not be forced to wear masks. Don Jr your thoughts? No shoe. Who could have seen that coming? I had no idea, the study concludes. Quote. We suggest that decision makers way the hard evidence produced By these experimental measures accordingly, which suggests that Children should not be forced to wear mask. Yeah, I mean, you read into this study, uh, talked a lot about the You know the level of Co two. The kids are taking back into their faces all day long. During school. I just got an email from our kids, Uh, school Corporation, and it doesn't look like it was pretty worthy. But it doesn't look like they're going to be requiring Mass. It's going to be an end up to the individual. Whether or not they should you know, the kids are gonna wear mask, but they're going back five days a week, at least in my school corporation. They are and it's going to be up to the parents. Whether or not to decide the kids where masks Now I do find it interesting that they have two. It's a federal mandate. This is on the federal level that kids have to wear masks on the school bus. So it looks like my kids will be riding the bike to school. Um, another story that I find to be interesting today comes from politico. Now again, Politico is a pretty left leading, uh, outlet when it comes to discussing politics. We get a little left on left crime here. This is an article from Politico Kamala Harris's office, reportedly. Plagued by dysfunction and low morale. People feel like they're treated like blank. This isn't an article that was published last night in Politico Kamala Harris her office. They said it's a morale killing office, occasionally dysfunctional and that it lacks effective communication. Once again, Don Jr your thoughts? No shoot. Who could have seen that coming?.

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"american medical association jama" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

06:50 min | 3 months ago

"american medical association jama" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Live from the Matthews Brothers Studios. Are you waging a cyber war against America? No, no. Where is the evidence is because they Where is proof? I guess that all expression, the proof. Put his and eating. Mm. Brain choice. Blow them? Mm hmm. I didn't know it would be this delicious like an egg salad sandwich on a warm Texas dead rump swabs, hacks and moon bats. Beware. It's Howie Carr. Southwest Airlines shut down again by apparently. Computer problems don't know what it's all about, but that's the headline. 844 540 to 42 welcome to the highway car show. I just teased before the top of the hour news break that there's a great column about Anthony Fauci. By Ted Noel. I guess he had people telling me he's an anesthesiologist. An M. D. And the headline is guilty. Bureaucrat extraordinaire and You know? It really takes someone in your own field to really give you Proper. Beating and print You know, Dr Brian, June death from an ophthalmologist from Colorado has given a voucher a few beatings. But I think this may this one by Dr Noel may have even outdone uh, doctor. June death. The law of the bureaucrats. States simply the bureaucrat is the smartest person in the room. Think about that. I never considered that. But most of the time when you talk to a bureaucrat, or you see one on TV, they they are Insufferably smug in their opinions. And that certainly is Dr Fauci, isn't it? Congress passes lots of laws, but Congress has no interest in actually dealing with the details. How how they should be implement. That is too much trouble for such important people to deal with. Instead, they handed off to a bureaucratic agency. This has created 1/4 branch of government, one that does not exist in the Constitution. Bureaucrat is infallible. By definition, This corollary of the law became vouches first hit parade. Early on, he trotted out a theory that the AIDS virus could be airborne, causing a pandemic. This was in the 19 eighties and even even in the 19 eighties, had already been in government for Over 15 years. That's how old he is. That's how long he's been around. U P United Press International trumpeted his unsubstantiated speculation, as did The New York Times. Neonatal AIDS led to a huge scare, and Fauci was a hero. His amazing intellect would guide us the fact that he had actually read the paper with his name on it. In the Journal of the American Medical Association, Jama was lost. HIV was actually transmitted by blood across the placenta, not in the air or by casual contact. Two months later, Fauci reverse course, never admitting his error, after all, is the smartest man in the room. He could not possibly be mistaken. Of course, When you track down his public statements, most of them were couched in fuzzy language, making it hard to pin down what he had actually said. This is so true of what he said during Covid as you look back on it. But he sounded so authoritative, saying it Then came Covid 19. But that's the this story is a bit more complicated. Remember again that Fauci is a bureaucrat is the smartest person In the room. He was hired to solve the problem of viral diseases. He is unable to make the mistakes we mortals make. But if by some unfortunate miracle he found a secret cure for viral diseases, he'd be out of a job. No bureaucrat can survive that. Since bureaucrats never actually solve the problem. They've been handed Fauci with his buddy Peter Dacic. Started engineering new viruses. He's we know we started this as early as 2012. But he was explicit in his emails that he might create a bug that would kill millions. But he didn't really care. He was too far above us and science. Was still important. Remember, he said he is an attack on him is is an attack on science, He said. This Only he didn't say an attack on me, he said An attack on Dr Anthony Fauci is an attack on science. In case he wasn't a megalomaniac enough to compare himself to make himself science he put himself in the third person, the patron saint of Wuhan could not be thwarted when gain of function research that's putting the the viruses on steroids was officially halted in 2014. He looked for ways around it. And in December, 2017 founded in a footnote to the rule. There was a national security exception and science was obviously to him and no one else mattered a national security issue as the smartest man in the room. The decision was his to make. Since Lord Fauci is science, Our dear leader's word is the same as gods. There were pesky investigators out there who might eventually discover his nefarious plot. Videos did get out, but fortunately no one noticed their import. He funneled money through Dr Peter Dacic to the eco Health Alliance offshoring millions to the Wuhan Institute of Virology where no prying Americanized whatever be allowed. When the pandemic hit. Fauci was ready. He had multiple pronouncements on what we should and should not do. Since the virus was new old drugs think Hydroxychloroquine could not possibly be useful. So you actively worked against them likely killing thousands, but is the smartest person in the room. He could not be questioned. If someone died, it was because his prescription hadn't been perfectly followed. Does this remind you of Charlie Parker? By the way, and Andrew Cuomo, the governor is all pick this up, Monkey. See monkey do From Fauci. Because Fauci had been doing it had been, uh, perfecting this M O sets. A lot of them were in diapers. There's a lot at stake here. Yeah. You got to do what I say. Don't buy a big turkey for Thanksgiving. If someone died, it was because his prescription.

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"american medical association jama" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:47 min | 10 months ago

"american medical association jama" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Said something It was garbage. Now they're scared to death that Donald Trump will have influence over the American public a segment of it So much so that they're encouraging people to ignore him encouraging journalists to ignore him. That's because they recognize in the media, even though they don't report it. How wildly popular the president actually is, especially compared to Joe Biden. Joe Biden inspires. Nobody inspires nothing. He is a default. He is what you get that when you open the box, like all right, this is this is the basic model doesn't even have air conditioning. It's it's a manual shift. It's just a car. It's like it's a Trabant. You didn't even get to pick a color. It's just that pale washed out baby blue. And they're scared to death of the American public after Donald Trump. Will not Follow them will stop reading. The news will stop following the stories I'm kind of worried that they will, too, but for different reason. I want them to know what the hell is going on, so they can be horrified and vote for conservatives in the next election. But they're worried that people are going to stop reading in general because and then put them Out of Business again, except for the Washington Post, because that's just a play thing for Jeff Bezos. So it's interesting to watch this shift. Don't cover Donald Trump. Don't do this. Don't do that. Oh, by the way, I've got to run over there because Barack Obama Is holding a press conference or I've got 10 minutes with Barack Obama where I can kiss his butt as we talk about his third autobiography, or volume one. Of his third autobiography, So spare me with all this stuff. Speaking of something we need to be spared of. The media. There's a report in the Journal of the American Medical Association, JAMA As they call it that points out that in the month of July Deaths amongst people 25 to I think, 45. We're up significantly more than 5000 deaths more than average for the month of July, and they're trying to spin this as why that is proof that young people are not immune. Coronavirus. They're trying to tell people of all ages to be terrified of Corona virus. They love the restrictions they are down with the Democrats. Democrats have a lot of big plans that are It'll be difficult to implement. If you don't have a population, at least a majority of the population is scared to death that they're all going to die. Should they go somewhere for Christmas? So this study is being weaponized. That they're more people dying in this age group. We thought they were immune. They think they're I mean, they're not immune. Therefore stay home. Don't travel. Don't do anything. What you told, Stop complaining about Democrats shutting down your businesses. Stop complaining about Democrats costing you your job there saving you your life, so on and so forth. What they don't acknowledge is the increase that scary increase. In the number of suicides and opioid overdose deaths in that very same age group, which likely makes up the difference. As it's not as though Wow. We just noticed a pile of dead bodies of younger people here from Corona virus. We didn't really know their age before we know the ages of the people. Who die from Corona virus. This number is not in there. Also, you have to question July. July was in the summer in the summer was when the cases were down. Places were reopening. Things were going better. Why would why would coronavirus suddenly see a spike in deaths and a younger age demographic, something that has not manifested itself? At any other time. In the summer when transmission rates were their lowest. You can't explain that. So they don't explain that on CNN this morning. They glossed over all of that. They ignored all of that, and they're trying to convince people That you need to stay indoors. Do what you're told. Obey. Or else this is going to be cut one. Go ahead. Found that young people Are dying at higher rates over the last year than they were before it found that July appears to have been the deadliest month among this group in modern American history. Over the past 20 years, an average of 11,000 young Americans. Die. East July This number swelled to more than 16,000. We're talking about people ages 25 to 44 5000 more deaths in the month of July. Than the previous average, in the implication is that it's largely because of coronavirus. The implication is well, What is the evidence? But what's the truth? And we know that we have the data from July There has not been a spike in covert deaths of people 25 to 44. It hasn't happened. It is, however, the lockdowns the unintended consequences the side effects of these liberal policies. Are taking lives. I could read your story after story headline after headline of people who have committed suicide or overdosed. Forbes overdoses are increasing in us over covert 19. Ws Z TV corner overdose deaths and suicide surge among amid pandemic That's from just two days ago. It goes on from there, they're lying. To you because they want to keep you scared or they're incredibly ignorant. It's it's John Berman over at CNN, so it's in. Both are possible, but it's important to note reality of it. If you hear something that doesn't make any sense, it's usually because it doesn't make any sense. When you hear something contrary to everything you've been told before, and everything we know it's usually because It's not true. We'll have more in a minute very. But if you still not refinance your mortgage will soon you might be kicking yourself in the head rates are at historic lows. At the same time, home buyer has gone up roughly 50% in the last several years..

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"american medical association jama" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

05:24 min | 11 months ago

"american medical association jama" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

"All right. thank you for all for listing. Here i see where you have some that just got back to the board and thank you so much for listening. But if you're you're a hanging here a little bit more i want to just go through some some other topics because i saved Four you should maybe just talk about right now is if you don't think were being used abused folded schooled there. There is a danish newspaper that is revealing one of the largest studies or masks. And guess what. The new england journal journal american medical association. The lancet have rejected this study. Because they said it wasn't politically correct. Now where is all this stuff. We're going to follow the science. A large study out of a large dana. Study about people wearing mass. They can't even get their research published because it's not politically correct and is being The journals one incident said can be perceived as being controversial. So you get these you get that. Now they want us to wear masks but you show a study that is opposite and that masters nothing for the general population and nothing for an individual a boat by himself out in the gulf of mexico wearing a mask is that's why they have instructions on shampoo bottles. I guess rejected by the lancet. New england journal american medical association. Jama it is controversial not following science in this case. Cdc is not following science. So let's say if these researchers involved in this study see what happens to this report on it. But it's reported in literature that this study and it size unique in the world and the purpose was once and for all to clarify the extent to which the use of mass public space would provide protection against corona envir- corona infection can't get it published. They cannot get it published ladies and gentlemen in credible been a physician for over fifty five years. I cannot believe what's happening to my country and my my profession.

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"american medical association jama" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

05:24 min | 11 months ago

"american medical association jama" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

"All right. thank you for all for listing. Here i see where you have some. I just got back to the board and thank you so much for listening. But if you're you're a hanging here a little bit more. I want to just go through some some other topics because i saved Four you should maybe just talk about right now is if you don't think were being used abused folded schooled there. There is a danish newspaper that is revealing one of the largest studies or masks. And guess what. The new england journal journal american medical association. The lancet have rejected this study. Because they said it wasn't politically correct. Now where is all this stuff. We're going to follow the science. A large study out of a large dana. Study about people worry mass. They can't even get their research published because it's not politically correct and is being The journals one incident said can be perceived as being controversial. So you get these you get that. Now they want us to wear masks but you show a study that is opposite and that masters nothing for the general population and nothing for an individual a boat by himself out in the gulf of mexico wearing a mask is that's why they have instructions on shampoo bottles. I guess rejected by the lancet. New england journal american medical association. Jama it is controversial not following science in this case. Cdc is not following science. So let's say if these researchers involved in this study see what happens to this report on it. But it's reported in literature that this study and it size unique in the world and the purpose was once and for all to clarify the extent to which the use of mass in public space would provide protection against corona envir- corona infection. They can't get it published. They cannot get it published. Ladies and gentlemen in credible been physician for over fifty five years. I cannot believe what's happening to my country and my my profession.

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"american medical association jama" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"american medical association jama" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The Web site today about restaurants going out of business and my favorite restaurant. I was thinking about yesterday. What is whites Bakery? Wellesley. I know there are other bakeries in the area. But that was walking distance to where I lived, and I like the stuff that they sold and I was. I was happy with its started last year, and I like that. What stuff there and walk there. Now it's gone. And I just wrote that everybody has favorites. Favorite places. I thought we talked about that during the during the next hour. But check out my column before before we go to that. It's the restaurant ruins. It's good. It's how weak our show Dotcom. Howie Carr shell dot com and just That's the first column you'll see the picture of the White's bakery, Wellesley on Washington Street and right in front of it is a is a for lease sign. Her booty office space. Like who needs who needs an office, let alone let alone a boutique office. That your Ah That you're Room, your library or your extra bedroom in your house. You know, boutique office space That's going to be that they're going to do even worse in this new Charlie Parker shut down economy that the And the bakeries and the taverns of the diners, But we'll talk more about that. But check out the column before before we do the before we do the segment. How a car show dot com Click on store. So asked in an ABC interview whether he'd be willing to shut down the economy again the head off a new wave of grown a virus infection, Joe Biden replied, I would shut it down. I would listen to the scientists. Wall Street Journal says But which scientists? The truth is that the experts have been wrong numerous times in this pandemic, and they often disagree. They first said Mass didn't help but now they dope. They said ventilators were valid. Vital but soon learned other clinical methods worked better. Most of all the council strict lock downs, but we've learned the hard way that shutting down the economy can be more costly than the virus. 30 million Americans filed for unemployment by the end of April. Study this month in the Journal of the American Medical Association. JAMA reports that newly identified cancers fell 46% for March 1st April 18th. Which will likely lead to cancers detected the more advanced stages with worst clinical outcomes. Doctors at the clip. Cleveland Clinic last month reported the incidents of stress related cardio Maya Pat Myopathy for March 1st April 30th increased fourfold. Awful. Jack. There's a tough medical center last month warned that the psychological distress fear and emotional stress quote, coupled with worse clinical outcomes, when patients avoid seeking effective care creates a double hit from this pandemic, in which morbidity and mortality associated with cardiac disease might well overtake the risks. Directly linked to the virus itself. Unquote. The Senate of Centers for Disease Control last week reported that 13% of Americans in June said they had increased substance used to cope with pandemic related stress. About half of those aged 18 to 24 reported severe anxiety and depression. It's also been an increase in domestic violence, according to a new study for bringing him when and women's hospital in Boston. Well. Why are we even bothering to consider Biden? This is from the Federalist. Why not? Just elect Dr Anthony found cheer Dr Deborah Burkes if we want the smashed glass ceilings in the process. This is really not a facetious question. Shutting down America again would not only cripple America, but it would also make any other policies that Joe Biden might have in mind. Utterly pointless. A jobs program when nobody could goto work and education program when nobody can go to school and infrastructure program with no construction workers. I mean, how does this work? A big giveaway in Biden's answer is that he would openly give away the power free citizens in a republic to make their own decisions and not be dictated to by experts quote unquote. I never read a story that says, experts say in the headline. I haven't I haven't since this thing began. I know who these experts are. PhDs and white lab coats. And then he quotes Ah Brown University economics professor Glen Lowry, who I quoted earlier without naming experts should be on tap, not on top. Amen to that. 844 542 42 If you want to give us a call. A misery, joblessness, loss of life addiction, Destruction of business two suicides. They all happened. It wasn't people wanting manicures and brunch. It was people's lives being destroyed that we have to do it. And when President Trump or anyone else said, wait, this is going to hurt people, too. They were called Grandma Killers. They still are. I'm called the grandma killer every day when I tweet out those numbers You heartless bastard. Oh, so you don't care because the average age of the people dying is 84. No, I'm just saying that maybe there better ways to handle this that destroying the economy. If the new rule This again. The Federalist is that nobody gets to go outside or go to church. Unless Dr found, she says. So. Then why have a president? Why have a constitution? Let's just have a medical board that sends out decrees. It'll be easy. We just do whatever they say while we watch Netflix and order stuff from Amazon while having zoom drinks..

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"american medical association jama" Discussed on A Touch of Grey

A Touch of Grey

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"american medical association jama" Discussed on A Touch of Grey

"Continuing now with touch of grey, the talk show for grownups here again is the host and founder of our program Carol Marks in conversation with Dr Steven Kuzin and what you what you get to know and you get awful lot In your broken talking about something else that is really bobbies a lot of people and that's the price of of drugs and there is direct to consumer. Advertising and I thought we discussed something that you wrote about in your book that really stuck with me that was about perversion. which is a medication derived from jellyfish clangs improve your memory. And it's all over TV and radio. Wise that who actually did the affection his studies? four and two. So called memory drug. First thing to be a and that's a great question. The first thing that the aware of his. Who ran the test? In this case, it's a company that makes the drug. And the results of those tests for negative. And so what the company did, they took little tiny subjects they tried to ice right little tiny groups of people. To See if selected groups there might be some effect. And those your sexual but no one considers that to be reliable actionable. Or something that A. Consumer can count on. Trevor Gin to me. Claims it improves memory. It doesn't. It's illegal prevalent to make claims. and. In fact, it's being sued by Truth and advertising. Because of the fact, they make these because what scares people more than developing Alzheimer's or another type of dimension I'm scared my mom had. Me To get. Oh Yeah. I mean look I mean it's a now they have a new state of commercials which employs another terrible terrible thing that is generally considered to be. Unethical they take individual patients who are giving their individual testimonials regarding out provident health them, what a waste of time. Medicine that helps people you're not gonNA know it by one person's example, and in fact, one person who stays at helps them this. Medicine has to show affected this. On a population wide basis and individual testimonies not scientific. Then not supported by the ethics and by data and it's destructive and I find it. In fact, when the commercials and Television which I'm bunching Moi during this pandemic. I just knew it. Because I can't I can't stand watching it because it's so deceptive and it's so appealing to so many people. Cleverly. I'm with people end up in the hospital through the project. She. Well, don't get to something that I said I was GonNa talk to you about earlier, and that's the amazing information in your book of. Last chapter because you have a huge section. Of Publications. which many doctors us and most patients don't know about. which rates best screening tests that provide the most honest and useful information. So. What are some of them and and entourage and? 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"american medical association jama" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"american medical association jama" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"School she referred to a study came out of the Journal of the American Medical Association JAMA And which says, open our schools and then Jim Acosta and the Washington Post and MSNBC and the rest all corruptly edited What Kayleigh Mcenany had said and misrepresented very deliberately what she had said by reproducing this one fragment of a sentence. The science should not stand in the way of this. Now. This is punk ass stuff. Can I just Can you say that on the radio? This is serious punk stuff and CNN. What I worked there. You would actually be suspended for this kind of and they'd be looking at firing. You're not renewing your contract for committing a an atrocity like this. Now they'll laugh and high five each other and cheat on each other's wives and husbands and whatever they do. Now. Science should not stand in the way of this. The science is very clear on this science is on our side and they encourage localities right now. There was one person and one person only. I'll get to him in a minute. It was Jake Tapper and Jake Tapper actually came forward and well on Twitter. He came forward and said, You're taking her out of context. This is the This is a terrible thing. How about that Jake tapper every now and then he does something that's not entirely dishonest. And then he gets praised for it. It's kind of funny because this is how low the bar is set. Hey, was being praised and president a couple few days ago when he told the truth about something for about a minute and 1/2 maybe two minutes. He told the truth about something and I I singled out and presidents like having a psychopathic child who's constantly setting fires and people's basements. And then one day he does something good and you and you bring him out here. You're a good boy. You did it. It's something he was even being praised on Fox News on multiple shows. Hey, look, Jake Tapper told a new story. Honestly, that's that's really something. And and and the fact that it's so rare. Which is outrageous makes it worthy of note. And that shows you how far gone are presses. But Jake Tapper did send out a tweet yesterday, saying folks is that folks read the entire He capitalized the word entire McEnaney comment about quote The science should not stand in the way unquote of opening schools that he doesn't include the rest, of course, but he says she's arguing that the science is on the side of those who want to open them. She cites a Gemma study. I'm not taking a position on the matter. But be fair. Now. Why does he even have to protest that he's not taking a position on the matter? The reason is because virtually everyone else at his corrupt industry is taking a position on them. And when you just try to right the ship, you look like the outlier. Well, you are the outlier. And you look like you're the bad guy. What do you What do you doing? Playing along with the White House? It's a thing called the truth. You filthy, filthy. And then and then he continues to listen to this because he gets very defensive, But he knows he has to get defensive preemptively in the second part of his tweet, he says before the familiar voices jump on this to score whatever political points they want. The facts are also clear that the president has ignored the science and health experts far too many times he's got. It's like he's gotta have a disclaimer when he says something that's true. He has to attach a disclaimer because that's how far gone CNN is. And how far Gone are culture is now far gone his corrupt industries and and I said, You see it online sometimes, too. Every now that I think that there's a journalist inside of Jake Tapper trying to get out. But the constraints of CNN and the industry that's no excuse, of course, make millions of dollars a year for doing a phony baloney. TV show. You know how many yachts can you water ski behind many colleges? Corrupt colleges? Can you send your kids to At some point, you should just start telling the truth. So he has to attack Trump. The president also ignored science. And where is the Democrats? They're all about science and global warming. That's all about science and education. That's all about U. S response is empirically a failure compared to the rest of the Western world that that is empirically false, Just by the way, So I asked to come out and lie after setting the record straight on an obvious because he knows that hey, won't get away with telling the truth. That's the bottom line is that he won't get away with telling the truth. Let's get a couple of things here, Mr Michael. We played what Kayleigh Mcenany yesterday. And then Here's the misrepresentation on Good Morning America, ABC, where George Stephanopoulos, a Clinton administration official, posing as a legitimate journalist is the anchor desk. The Trump Administration, increasingly at odds with health officials is pushing to reopen schools against expert advice. The White House press secretary claims this science is on their side has that he wants to open when he says open. He means open and full kids being able to attend each and every day at their school science do not stand in the way of this. See that the science should not. That's the only that's the shines. Oh, see their anti science and and really what ABC News is anti journalism. Anti truth. Anti facts anti reality. Anti decency. Anti ethics on DH. The George Stephanopoulos is their key guy, CBS this morning doing the same thing. The CDC is.

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"american medical association jama" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"american medical association jama" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The science is on our side here on we encouraged for localities in states to just simply follow the science opener schools. It's very damaging to our Children. There's a lack of reporting of abuse. There's mental depressions that are not addressed suicidal ideations that are not addressed when students are not in school. Our schools are extremely important their central and they must reopen. So you heard her sight. The Journal of the American Medical Association JAMA their report, saying that the rest of Western civilization as reopen schools successfully Western Europe primarily as safely for the Children and for the teachers. On. She's citing the JAMA as they call it, the the acronym for the Journal of American Medicine on and all of that she also talked about how it's detrimental to not have Children in schools. She said. The science is on our side and that jurisdiction should follow the science. She said. The science science should not stand in the way of this. Okay, but science is on our side. Then Jim Acosta came out and he tweeted. White House press secretary on Trump's push to reopen schools Colon He is a colon, and then he quotes her. The science should not stand in the way of this. Now. That is an obvious complete misrepresentation of what was just said. You heard what she just said. And Jim Acosta went online and said said that he went on his Twitter account. And that was, of course. Wait it out, you know, a 1,000,000 times or something. And then later on, he I got to tell you, and he wasn't alone. Because MSNBC are gonna play some audio for MSNBC went on to quote the same line and only the same line. The New York Times, The Washington Post and pretty much all of them went on to quote that one sentence and leave out all.

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"american medical association jama" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"american medical association jama" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Am 7 90 Tucson's most stimulating talk three things I think you needed to know. Um, number one, the the teachers. There were six motorcades, apparently with the Phoenix area one here in Tucson. Ah, and the headline from the AP is Arizona teachers want school closures? Because the virus and by the way, and it says in the article that the motorcades We're organized by red for Ed. Organized by Red For Ed. Second thing that I think you are need to know. A is a headline. German study finds no evidence Corona virus spreads in schools wait what yes, schools do not play a major role in spreading the Corona virus, according to the results of a German study. Study, the largest carried out on school Children and teachers in Germany. Scientists from Dresden Technical University, said they believe Children may act as a brake on chains of infection. So it's actually good for them to go back to school. Unbelieving these teachers. They're just they're sick. They're sick and they had theirs. They're crazy. They're absolutely crazy. Third thing that I think you need to know to USD. Says. When they finally start in person teaching again, there might not be teachers. Instead, your kids might have monitors in the room monitors. So it's going to be baby sitting I guess they'll be remotely taught by teachers, but they're going to be so. The teachers how selfish these s O Bs. We think it's so dangerous. We don't want to go there. But you monitors you go ahead. You go ahead. Teachers are causing a giant divide right now. Giant divide Three things I think you need to know. Unbelievable. Monitors. Let's go back to Dr Scott Alice again. This is on my Facebook page. My Twitter page my parlor. I'm in the process of putting a linkup canister dot com. There's no embedded will clip for me right now, which is really pathetic man and have everything to embedded. This is Dr Scott Alice has been on the show. I got him because he's the best in the country, and it's not just because I agree with what he's saying, but he makes sense right but started being 1 21 He's asked by Sandra Smith. Can we open schools were the only cut way Can we all get me safely? Open these schools? 1 21 Here we go. Of course, we can do it. Everyone else in the world in the Western world are pure nations are doing it. We air the outlier here and why are they doing it? Because the same reasons we should number one. We know at this point if you believe in the science, the science says that the 99.97% of deaths in the U. S are in people over 15 99.9% turn people over 24. Hospitalization rate for influenza or into the CBC is much greater quote unquote and from covert 19 for Children. The JAMA pediatrics study on 46 hospitals in North America Pediatric Hospital's quote the risk of a critical illness from covert 19 is far less than from seasonal influenza. Unquote. That's Journal of the American Medical Association. Jama So all he does is lay out. I don't know. What about a 1,000,000 facts right there. Not in like a 1,000,000 facts right there that he just put. How can anybody dispute this And you have these dopey teacher That's not save one of us died. There were no kids in the classroom. Um, So how did they get it? Yeah, exactly. Ah, And by the way, you're all wearing these three teachers that got it. One died. Unfortunately, we're wearing gloves masks, staying six feet apart from each other. They gave it to me, or did they? Did they get it somewhere else? Teachers need to hole up in their home and never leave. Only teachers. Only teachers more from Dr Scott Alice. We played, the students and teachers will be fine. 1 24 1 24 I think we have Sandra Smith asking this about Should they buy the CDC Guidelines of schools? Open up Listen 11 24. I want 24 is missing. You kidding me? No. 1 23 25 Alright, we'll get that Obama It deleted in the system. I don't know. Let's go one. We'll get that after 1 25 Dr Scott Atlas has asked about the science and he goes. He goes ballistic here. Listen to this going to stop this threat, And I'm sorry. I don't mean to cut you off, but I mean the science. Shows that mask wearing stops the spread of the disease and don't we have a collective duty in this country to stop the spread? Collective duty starts rational reason or science to say the Children transmit the disease significantly. In fact, there's young men into the country either believe in the science or you say you believe in the science an act contrary to science, the science says, And this is data from Iceland, Sweden, Switzerland, the Netherlands, France. The UK, Australia, Canada, Ireland everywhere in Germany, everywhere in the Western world has shown the Children do not transmit significantly to adults. Even their own parents and the teachers are not not at higher risk of getting a disease. Like this disease from Children either believe the science or not, You can't insist you believe in the science and then act contrary to science, and by the way, Like I said, we're the only country not opening schools. We're the only country not opening schools. You either believe in the science or you don't. Let's go back to the previous one. Kid's not.

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"american medical association jama" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"american medical association jama" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"The report published in the Journal of America of the American Medical Association Jama which is a pretty prestigious. Prestigious Journal was immediately hailed by outside researchers for its comprehensive treatment of is still enigmatic trend the reversal versus historical patterns in longevity despite spending more on healthcare than any other country the US has seen increasing mortality and falling life expectancy for people aged twenty five to sixty four who should be in the the prime of their lives which has nothing to do with the healthcare system and everything to do with suicide opioid epidemic and obesity and the single greatest factor in this in this particular killer study is obesity and it is buried way down in the article way down the article according to one of the analyst. WHO's looking looking at the study? Stephen Wolff who's Ram rates of the center on on Society and Health at Virginia Commonwealth University. He says some of them may be due to obesity. Some maybe due to drug addiction some of it may be too distracted driving from cellphones given the breadth and pervasiveness of the trend. It's just that the clause has to be systemic that there's some root cause that's causing adverse health across many different dimensions for working adults. Now listen I wrote an entire book suggesting that the rise in the OPIOID epidemic and the and the increase in suicide is at least partially due to a lack of meaning that Americans are feeling ailing each and every day but beyond that the most obvious medical explanation for all of this beyond drug overdose is obesity and obesity. has been rampant according to the Washington Post burying this all the way down in the in the middle of the story I mean like Paragraph Fifteen. Obesity is a significant part of the story. He averaged women in the United States. Today hey wait. As as much as the average man did half a century ago wo men now about thirty pounds more than that. Most people in the United States are overweight. Estimated seventy one point six percent of the population aged twenty and older according to the CDC that figure includes thirty nine point eight percents who are obese. Forty four in ten Americans over over h twenty are obese which means having a body mass index of thirty or higher in adult obesity is also rising children nearly nineteen percent of the population age. Two two to nineteen is Obese J. O.. Shanansky professor of Public Health at the University of Illinois in Chicago says these kids are acquiring obesity and early teen years sometimes under the age of ten. They get into their twenties thirties and forties. They're carrying the risk factors of obesity that required when they were children. We didn't see that in previous generations. He says this isn't a one time phenomenon it's going to echo through time. In other words people are eating too much. The reason I bring this up is because this is buried all the way down there in the article pass factors like drugs or the healthcare system if we eat ourselves to death dieted fifty. That's going to really skew. The life expectancy statistics in the United States and these are the same members of the media when the style all section will be pushing the idea that you can be healthy at any weight which is obviously untrue. Obviously untrue this has been one of the big pushes in social media. Is Your beautiful. No matter what what wait you are well beautiful. It is that a judgment right is subjective and aesthetic to a certain extent and then beyond a certain extended not I think there is such a thing as objective beauty in in the sense that pretty much everybody agrees what is beautiful and what is not but beauty is to a certain extent in the eye of the beholder. What is not in the eye of the is your health status and the idea that you are healthy at any way is simply simply untrue? There is not a single serious medical professional in the United States will suggest that you're healthy at.

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"american medical association jama" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

15:03 min | 2 years ago

"american medical association jama" Discussed on WGN Radio

"At three. I'm Roger badesch in the WGN newsroom. Ready to join the conversation whenever a story changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN. Mama. Morning everybody here with you on seven twenty WGN. We've been talking about these alleged sonic attacks in Cuba for a long time here on the show ever since they happen, and we chatted I and we've chatted a number of times over the years with our friend, Robert Bartholomew who has told us time. And again, no matter what story came out. I'm like, but it's in the times, they're saying, and he said, no, no. And he would you dissect it step by step and say, this is mass hysteria, mass, hysteria mess hysteria. Finally, I see a story from Vanity Fair this week the real story behind the Havana embassy mystery in Vanity Fair, Jack hit the author is on the phone with us right now. Good morning, Jack. How are you, sir? I'm matt. How are you this morning? I'm good. Thanks so much for jumping on the phone. I got very excited when I read this because we've been talking to Robert Bartholomew for the last couple of years about this. And he's been the only person I've seen saying mass hysteria mass hysteria, and you wrote a very long piece for Vanity Fair about what happened in Havana. And supporting the idea that we don't have science behind for any Raygun or anything like this. This looks like it is a case of you know, when you start feeling something, and then people start putting things in your head. And you think there's something going on that can really spread from person to person. And suddenly, we have you know, it's you write in the piece that it's an unpopular term now, but this mass hysteria. Tell me about what you found about this. And and were can twist and turns this took as you were researching what happened in Havana? From the very beginning. This is this is a science story. We're trying to figure out what happened here. Right people. Get sick, right. Two dozen people reported these confusing symptoms ranging from headaches to ringing in the ears to mental stupor people couldn't they've done like they were just mentally moving more slowly all of these kinds of symptoms. But from the very beginning. It was also a media story. Just how we told the story in the New York Times and the Washington Post and the New Yorker in every magazine. And one of the things that you know, that you start to notice when you look at the whole way to start got told us that from the very beginning. This was described by the State Department and the sonic attack. You yourself when you introduce story. Right. So that frames the whole thing it's a it's a an act of war. There's a secret weapon somewhere. That's how we understand it. So we're all working backward. From a presumption of of what we what we think happened that there was an attack one of the officers that has worked in the Cuban embassy told me off the record that you know, normally when people get sick, you investigate the most likely possibilities like food poisoning poisoning. India the normal ways that a group of people would get ill that wasn't done. No, no, what what happened in Cuba was that two or three people started to report that they felt funny to each other. And then that got passed around the embassy a number of people became alarmed because several of them had said that they heard this funny sound, and then they started to lose their hearing. Of the embassy called a meeting. This is two years ago. Right after Trump got elected in the months at following. And and said that maybe this possibility that the Cubans are are in some way, and suddenly the number of people reporting illnesses went up to as high as eighty eighty people and then the State Department selected twenty four from that group and flew them back to the mainland for testing. And that's when the whole story becomes starts to churn out of that action. And whether it was mass hysteria or conversion disorder is at sometimes called. An important factor to to talk about when when we talk about mass hysteria or conversion disorder. Let's call it conversion disorder, the best a new phrase or or mass that could genetic illness. Mt. But you know, it's it's not staking a disease. This is this is this is something that runs all the way through every story that we hear people must be faking it or they've been fooled Bartholomew and other scientists who study this psychological problem. Body actually makes you feel when you're frayed terrified that someone beaming harmful rays into your head and destroying your hearing are destroying your brain. You honestly been told by your, you know, the ambassador embassy, this may be happening. And they and some people handed you tape recorders saying like, well, we have to record the sound. We can that we can analyze it and figure out what it is. So if you're in that bubble, and you're absolutely terrified that this is happening. Then some people are going to react is if it is happening and their body will react in in ways that peer gets converted into real symptoms. Well, that's why they call it conversion disorder, and it's fascinating to go in the same way that you know, good. Well, I was going to say because I've talked to Robert a number of times on the air over the years, and I never got to this with him. I think because I at least I haven't taken it from our conversations that's interesting to me because he's told us about other instances of this happening. In fact, a famous case in the thirties here in southern Illinois and Gasser, I guess. But I've never thought. Okay. They're really feeling this. I think I think it's more like it's still I'm in the line of it's in our heads. We put it in each other's heads. And it's there when you say like the fear, you know, really becomes real to actual physical illness. So like when they think they have hearing loss are they really having hearing loss because they think it or they're just more yet. So really you. Literally hearing loss. And wow. They are losing their hearing, and they can actually test it and see that they've lost their hearing. So so here's so something that Robert said that really to me was very eliminating. We all know about the placebo effect, right? Because if you take a candy pill, but you believe your your doctor has told you this is the cure, right? The number of people that actually arc yard. We consider it almost miraculous, right? Is very high. Right. And there's a standard placebo effect with any medication doctors of this. Right. You give the medication that may not even be working. But but because you're being given this medication. Many people will will spike much better results. Right. That's the body doing the exact opposite of what conversion disorder that. You believe you're getting better. That will also help you get better. You know, we know that that that occurs. We measured that the placebo effect is very famous in the medical literature. Right. And this is the opposite of that. You believe you're getting sick. The body will get sick and not just not like in your head. There was a study done of these Miami that the people who going back to the mainland was published in the journal of American Medical Association JAMA. And you know, and they said that these these guys were not Malinga, meaning they were not fakers the kind of miss the whole point no-one no-one is alleging that the people in Miami don't suffer these symptoms. They do. That's really, what's. So treacherous about conversion. And that's. Yeah. Because I would I wouldn't have said, oh, they're faking. It I wouldn't have been in that camp. I would have been like, you know, they think they feel sick because their mind is telling them they feel sleepy you're saying, it's not just your mind is telling you you feel sick. Your body is actually manifesting the conditions that you think you have you know, I would have you know. Oh, I feel sick. Well, that's just you think you feel sick. Not that you're faking it, but but your body's kind of making you feel sick you're saying actually testable things you could actually have hearing loss based on the thought that this is happening. And I'm having hearing loss your body will actually right. How's that to happen? That's that's fascinating. Right. And and for instance, there's the these movement. This is mentioned in the JAMA study that they that they do a lot of these are involuntary actions. You can't them you couldn't fake being ill with these tests. If you wanted to so they do test that they have they're having sort of like movement problems, right or balance issues, but understand to that. And there's been two sets of studies that these people out of my out of and none of them has has found an organic cause or like, there's no tumor found or there's no brain destruction. There's no destruction of your drum or any of the internal organs. So it's not like anything physical has been seen looked. That's why in the first in the first medical study, the scientists that like these they manifest all the symptoms of a brain concussion. Right. But then they couldn't find. Any of this typical sort of like, you know, bent stations concussion, and so they referred to it as the immaculate concussions. Well, and so you have a visible 'cause producing the symptoms and the State Department and the media and in conjunction with them develop this into this idea of a sonic weapon. This Ray guy that you know, is is blasting our inner ear, right? But there was this other action that no one really wanted to look at or considered seriously. It's always kind of slightly mentioned in some of these articles. But when you look at it as a conversion disorder than an absolutely fairly coherent explanation of what happened in Alabama, and in the months following becomes absolutely clear. It's I can understand from the laypersons term. It's tough to grasp though, because she's so they just think this it's they thought this so strongly that their bodies manifesting these symptoms when you talk about the immaculate concussion as they were referring to it. So so I would think oh, well, it just looks like they have a concussion because they don't have a baseline. They didn't do these tests before they went off to Vanna this forty fifty year old person, and this is their life. And this is what it is. But you would say it's not necessarily that it is they're having these symptoms because they were so believing that these things were happening or frightened by them. That's right there you typically panic, and you know, if you look back, so, you know, normally when you get an article in a magazine or or in the newspapers about mass hysteria about conversion disorder. They always say these historical examples of, you know, the the barking, you know, nuns of, you know, the middle ages or the the children in Africa back in a long time ago that that were started laughing and could not stop laughing for months and. Salem witch trials in some ways was sort of is understood now is a kind of mass hysteria. But. So these extraordinary and old creaky examples. Kind of. And we think mass hysteria is is some ridiculous thing from you know, decades ago or or centuries ago, and even like, the the the mass Gasser the mad Gasser, you know, in in your state and many of these gassing the stereotype that happened in the twentieth century, one of the things, you you you learn when you study conversion disorder is that the way we panic changes from century to century, depending on what our greatest fears are. So, of course, witchcraft and the devils intervention in the middle ages, the these old forms of mass hysteria. That was the most rational solution to the problem of five hundred years ago that it was witchcraft that made complete sense. That was the most scientific explanation possible. But it was which is right and the mass big gas. Most of the twentieth century, most mass hysteria have been kicked off by by smell something. Is this something in the air? Right. And so, and so if you sit back, you know, the use of mustard gas, and we'll we'll one by the Germans created. This absolute panic in the middle of the war right because soldiers like, oh my God. No, you can't you can't fire bullet at this. You can't you can't protect yourself. You can't jump in a foxhole and protect yourself. Mustard gas. Right. So this was a terrified new. And reports of mustard gas, and you know, an are are anti German propaganda. That time was like, oh, he's terrible Germany and other using mustard gas, so it so that wrote at the level of terror around gas and funny smells became kind of a universal worldwide piece of information. And then after that for the whole twentieth century come into the environmental movement in the sixties, and a lot of the mass hysteria examples involve some kind of smell what people like, oh, you know, what what what's happening to your children in the schools. You know, what what what's what is that smell? And sometimes it would just be identified as a, you know, a bakery down the road, or, you know, or, you know, some benign source, but often it would cause Hispanics a now considered this..

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"american medical association jama" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"american medical association jama" Discussed on Here & Now

"He's a gutter thinking people disappointed when they meet me. I'm actually not attractive without the editing on the t. not. So I used to have a white ring quos and my way to deciding in real life was to have Boto stick with a full had wrinkles and crow's feet around. The is, and then that led to other other prestigious as well. I wanted to have fillers. I had my teeth Watson's Lucy agreed that she later realized she was chasing something that wasn't real and decided to take a break from social media. The journal of the American Medical Association. JAMA is calling this a disorder Snapchat, this, morpheus and they say, the solution isn't always surgery. It could be a psychiatric intervention. Dr. Matthew Schulman is a plastic surgeon in private practice in New York. Dr. Schulman. Matthew welcome. Thank you very much for having me. So start with the fray Snapchat Dismore fiesta. It's a new version of body Dismore feud disorder which has been around for well, explain what that is. So body Dismore disorder is a recognized mental health condition where people become obsessed about a perceived imperfection of their body. The key with BDO body just morphine disorder is that that imperfection is usually only seen by the person, and it doesn't really. Really become obvious to other people. So we're talking about someone who looks pretty good and is obsessed because they think that there's something wrong with them that other people can't see. There are a lot of ethical questions there. I'm sure when you go along with them wanting to change something that is really imperceptible. Absolutely. I mean, as a plastic surgeon, we are trained obviously in surgery, but we also have a lot of training and recognizing people with be DD..

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"american medical association jama" Discussed on Biden's Briefing

Biden's Briefing

07:02 min | 3 years ago

"american medical association jama" Discussed on Biden's Briefing

"This is Biden's briefing. I'm Joe Biden every week. I'll be bringing you stories in articles piqued my interest, and I think might peak years as well. Thank you for joining. Palliative care saves money, steady finds comfort care doesn't mean giving up on treatment by Maggie FOX. For NBC news. It was a bad December for Saskia sideroad and her family. I, her mother-in-law was diagnosed with late stage colon cancer. Then as she was coming out of procedure in the hospital, her father in law suffered a massive stroke. It was a nightmare said scenario. A New York based healthcare consultant sideroad helped other family members care for both husband and wife as they went through treatment starting in December two thousand eleven and finally died and for scenario. One thing made a huge difference for both of her inlaws palliative care. There was a big difference between before palliative care and after palliative care said scenario before palliative care, no one really made sure that we understood the diagnosis. No one made sure that we understood the prognosis. No one made sure we understood. Good. What was going on she added. We had no sense that anyone was talking to each other, which is typical of the US healthcare system. Her mother-in-law died within a few months after I trying every treatment possible. Her father in law lived for four years. In both cases, sideroad feels the palliative care team gave her in-laws whom she does not wish to name comfort and dignity in their last weeks and months of life. Palliative care is a team approach. Care is usually provided by an interdisciplinary team of experts, including palliative care, doctors, nurses, and social workers. The American Academy of hospice and palliative medicine says, chaplains counselors, massage therapists, pharmacists, nutritionists, and others might also be a part of the team. It sounds expensive and complicated, but a new study published in the journal of the American Medical association's JAMA international medicine shows that palliative care teams can actually cut costs on average. Hospital costs alone were more than three thousand dollars lower. If patients were started on palliative care within three days of admission, the team led by Dr Peter may of Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland reported palliative care sometimes called comfort care, hit the headlines earlier this month. When former first lady Barbara Bush said she was otting for comfort care just days before she died Dr Sean Morrison of the Icahn school of medicine at Mount Sinai who worked on the team study said people often misunderstand what palliative care is. They often fear that palliative care and hospice care mean giving up the approach includes treating patients pain and symptoms such as breathlessness so they can better understand options communicate and withstand the stress of medical treatment. Every single study that has compared palliative care to usual care. There has never been a study that shows people's lives are shortened when they receive palliative care. Morrison said, we know that there is a very, very strong database that demonstrates when palliative care. Is provided at the time of other appropriate treatment. Patients feel better. Their quality of life improves their families, feel better. And particularly in the case of cancer, they live longer. Morrison may and colleagues did what's called a meta analysis, a steady of studies. They pooled data from six other studies on palliative care covering more than one hundred thirty thousand patients admitted to hospitals in the United States between two thousand one and two thousand fifteen. Just under four percent of them received palliative care. Those who got palliative care ended up with hospital bills that were more than three thousand two hundred dollars lower than those who did not get palliative care. The study found cancer patients ended up spending more than four thousand two hundred dollars less. If they got palliative care, this study proves that better care can go hand in hand with a better bottom line. Morrison said it's a side effect of providing high quality care. Morrison chairs the department of geriatrics and palliative care medicine at Mount Sinai and helped head. The team that cared for sedaris mother and father. In law sideroad said the approach helped choose the best course of treatment while ensuring her mother-in-law stayed clear headed and able to decide what she wanted to do. My mother-in-law said that it was transformational for her sideroad said they gave her peace of mind that she was in the driver's seat, and there wouldn't be this crazy circus of tests and treatments that she didn't understand at first sedaris mother-in-law wanted every treatment possible for her stage for colon cancer, which had spread to her brain. By the time she was diagnosed. She wanted to fight sedaris said, but she was very sick. She needed surgery. She added then she needed to get well enough post surgery to do chemotherapy that took some time by the time she was ready. The cancer had continued to progress. Sedaris said the palliative care team helped through the process, making sure her mother-in-law didn't unnecessary tests. And in the middle of the night, wakeup calls for non urgent care. Her father in law died four years later from comp. Locations of his stroke. He was able to live at home. He had around the clock care from family and from visiting Dr services that are part of the Mount Sinai programs to Darrow said it kept him out of the ER in kept him out of the hospital. Would his care of cost more? Had we pursued a different philosophy? Absolutely. She said, what Morrison believes works is the best combination of strong healthcare communication and choice. For example, for one of my patients, it may be extraordinarily important to live as long as possible or to make a major family event and they're willing to try a treatment that may be very, very burdensome. Morrison said for others, it may be that a five percent chance of a treatment meeting its goals plus burdensome, side effects, and indeed, side effects that may hasten death may seem less attractive. They may say to me, I would rather spend my time feeling better and spending better quality time at home. He added each of those decisions is right for that individual patient. A second study shows the effects of not providing palliative. Care doctor. Melissa watched Herman. If the veterans affairs Boston healthcare system and colleagues looked at the records of more than seven hundred seventy thousand Medicare patients who were getting dialysis as part of their treatment about twenty percent of them rolled in hospice. But more than forty percent of these patients got hospice care for three days or less team found hospice helps keep patients out of intensive care. The team noted and means fewer of these patients end up dying in the hospital, but three days of care isn't enough. They noted those enrolled in hospice within three days of death had similar costs and more intensive patterns of healthcare utilization than those not referred to hospice. They wrote in their report also published in JAMA international medicine. That's it for today. 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"american medical association jama" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"american medical association jama" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"Yeah i can't wait all right bye you're going to start us off with forgotten superhero of science yes for this week's gotten sapir of science i am covering emily rosa born nineteen eighty seven she is the youngest person to have research published in a medical journal and this was the journal of the american medical association jama no less incredibly impressive so yes at nine years old rosa created and carried out an experiment that disproved therapeutic touch at that age i was watching cartoons and carrying my tour robots and you know i think i'm still doing that today so therapeutic touch if you don't remember posits that human energy fields can be felt manipulated by the hands of the special practitioners which they they connect me to heal the the person so her study used a twenty one self identified healers abuna touch healers with varying levels of experience from from from just a year or two to seven or more they each put their hand through an opaque partition and emily would then put her hand above one of the subjects hands and ask them a which which had was her hand above right or left so very simple after two hundred eighty trials they achieved a forty four percent success rate worse than guessing randomly so this was just a beautiful simple but devastatingly powerful test against what was a leading treatment in alternative medicine at that time and rosa was recognized by the guinness book of records as the youngest person to have research published in a scientific or medical journal she did my favorite was when she did the keynote address at the nineteen ninety eight ignoble ceremonies at harvard and she just won a bunch of a wards and she did so many tv appear appearances i lost count and she was amazingly poised for such budding scientist today emily rosa is a psychologist so remember emily rosa mentioned.

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