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"boston university school medicine" Discussed on Clark Howard Show
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That's probably my bad that I've not been out for a visit so forgive me for that. That's okay listen to you every day. We'll do and I hope you have a great day. Thank you okay you too. Thank you for taking my call sure Lindy. Today's Clark Clark -rageous moment is actually a follow up on a prior car craig that I've got good news for you so let me tell you what I was. A cartridge belt apple had been ridiculously stubborn and difficult Nicole about people fixing apple devices wherever they wanted to apple wanted the revenue you from repairs and they would not supply genuine apple parts to independent repair shops or anything like that and that led to a lot of conflict inflict some legal action and now apple has done something really really good apple. Oh is now selling parts to independent repair shops. We'll be in a position to fix. IPHONES and other apple devices devices. Apple devices are wonderful devices. No question the the company bills you've really really great artsy devices but they're very expensive and the cost of repairing them has been outrage Asli expensive because it's been basically an apple control monopoly and now with independent shops being being able to get the repair manuals from apple and get official real apple parts it means that the marketplace is going to be able to do its thing. The prices for repairs will be more competitive. There will be more choices for you and the backlog that people have had trying to get devices repaired at Apple will that backlogged should not melt away entirely but it will be a much better story story and you know I've been a big advocate of what are known as right to repair laws where independent shops would have the right to parts. It's from various auto manufacturers who refused to sell in many cases independent shops and only sell to their own dealers things like that and so industry after industry the free market should handle this instead of a manufacturer operating closed shop and Joe. I think we you have time for an ASS Clark here Clark. Let's do it. John and Marge had the same question. Their question is is home title fraud a big problem too by Tidal Lock Protection Detection Insurance and the opinion of we went to five real estate lawyers and it was five for five that all all five thought that this is something you should not spend money on. I get a number of questions about it heavily promoted on the web and in advertising and radio and TV and I don't recommend that you buy this title fraud can be ugly but it's rare enough that I wouldn't spend money on on this. Thanks for taking time out of your day to join us here on the Clark Howard. Show where it's about you learning ways to keep more of what you make so a friend went said to me that I was the most ridiculously optimistic person he'd ever known fellow talk. Show host once said that I was so ridiculous that it was like I was the bandleader later on the titanic sinking asking the fellow band members where we were going to be playing next week. I mean that's just who I am. Maybe I am unrealistically optimistic but I'd rather be that than be. Somebody who's just who is be. He's GonNa be terrible. I remember there was a book that I used to read to my kids had a character named E or I don't remember number. I don't remember what that's from. San From Winnie the Pooh Winnie the Pooh Eddie or was always the most negative character are ever in a book no matter what it was going to be terrible and I just I just get a kick out of people who always seen life is dark and terrible or whatever you say is so beautiful and they say yeah but it's going to rain later sure well let me tell you something. There's a statistical enormous advantage manage to you. If you are genuinely an optimistic person there was research done at at Boston University school medicine that found a tremendous benefit from being being an inherently optimistic individual it was written up and the National Academy of Science Journal and found that people live significantly longer men and women if they're just innate optimus Thomas and so here's something I did not know that was in the research. Do you know that your viewpoint being optimistic or pessimistic twenty five percent of it. You can blame on jeans. It's your parents parents fault. If you're a pessimist in part they got one quarter of the blame or if you're an optimist your parents get one quarter of the credit the other three quarters. That's on you and me. So what's the actual advantage manage. You live roughly fifteen percent longer accounting for background education work. All those kind of things that say income all those things you live roughly fifteen percent longer is an optimist optimist versus a pessimist so women who are optimistic are fifty percent more likely to live to age eighty. I five or later men who are optimistic are seventy percent more likely to lived age eighty five or longer so you know. I think about the questions I got about Social Security and people who get all over me for saying you should wait really long to take your first social security here each check and they say well. What if I die the day after my first check and I've listened to you and I've waited till I'm seventy years old to take it well. I'd say that's a pretty pessimistic way to look at life right if on the other hand you expect you're going to live long life and you don't well. You're not gonNA know anyway but if you do live that long life you're going to be really happy. You waited for that. Check so you can't just say today okay. I'M GONNA stop being so pessimistic about changing mental attitude and adopt a positive mental attitude even see your health people who are really pessimistic tend to take like longer to recover from illnesses people that are really positive and upbeat. They have not miraculous recoveries but they tend to be quicker. These are all trends and tens is not automatic that the happiest person's GonNa live the longest and the saddest person lives the shortest but you wanna go with the overall overall. The trend is your friend. John Joins us on the Clark Howard show so John. Are you an optimist or a pessimist. I try that'd be optimistic but sometimes the negative side gets to you but overall. I'm positive well that's great. So how can I serve you today. I was looking at my fico score on two different credit cards and I looked at one and that's eight hundred three and that's. It's actually a little lower than its. USA So I went on another car and it said it was eight thirty two and seemed like quite a difference and I just wondered how how does that the hoping okay so there are two explanations one of them. Is that one of the two credit cards. Maybe using the vantage scoring system instead of the FICO scoring system. Do you know what advantages no okay so equifax Trans Union and experienced hate FICO BECAUSE FICO has had a near monopoly -opoly on the credit scoring that lenders used to make loans so equifax transient inexperienced formed a new new company that they own jointly that produce this new scoring system called vantage age and they're trying to get vantage adopted by lenders and push fico to the side the vantage scoring model uses slightly different factors to score you then Fico does and so you could have one one credit card company giving you of of Fico and another giving you a vantage and that would be one possibility. The second possibility is both with the scores the eight. Oh three in the eight thirty two could both be Coz but one of them could be relying on a credit report from one bureau. Oh and the other a credit report from another bureau so you don't have a FICO score. You have a ton conor fico scores and the reason is is that you're always going to have at least three because what each credit bureau zero has on you. Their files will vary on what they show about you. Then then the second factor is lenders can use different. Afr- FICO versions 'cause FICO has multiple versions. A scoring models is they learn new ways of doing things or it could be specialized specialized when like you have a fico score for buying a car there'll be different than the FICO score you have forgetting a credit card which would be different than than the FICO score for getting a mortgage so long range. All you want to worry about is your range..
"boston university school medicine" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Hitting, well the doctors from Boston University school, medicine, say this is an alarming trend because those filtered sell fees are that are often present and unattainable. Look and they're blurring the line between reality and. Fantasy and I, mean look at the guy who is the real life KENDALL And there's more than just, Snapchat I think it's all. The cell, piece from all Instagram from Facebook Snapchat too because of the. Filter but it created, this, world that we have to have the, best, photo I mean seriously my wife takes hundreds of photos wherever she goes and when she when it. Involves her for most of the point she has. To look good, I mean she cut me out of her Dan profile Because I looked horrible but that's the ones she looked good and even though it was supposed, to be a family photo. I get, cut out literally that's a messed up crap Wait a minute Photo we took Shawn's and I'm not in it and she's in ever lease in it and Lennon's in it. That's came Mike I cut. Out as well you didn't look good in that one like use, another one like but I didn't. Look good analysis So. Then I give a crap over puts it back and I looked, far my cut it back out They say no surgeries through the roof. Averages name with social media with a selfish because it. Makes your knows what more bulbous the reverse camera but that's just that's so silly because just the camera What people are seeing in like our noses massive so we're becoming more and more vain I continue to store my photos pre baby your life yes an I typically depending on what. What she's doing I may resort to them at times For if we're a couple standing there because we look younger. And she looks you know pre baby. So I I'm even in that limbs of ood I? Don't. Want to I, want to make everybody know that. This is how at least once look There is, a photo. Of Jason's, wife Carol that I'll see every once. In a while we'll. Pop up as as profile picture and I know it was five years old More. Like a cocktail dress like a short blackout The. Bartenders ball that we had about five years ago she has given you children of. Your own with her body to be fair Katie it's also, look to be fair Did he or did he not say I say. Photos of her pre Baid yes Should I say gosh looked horrible should be like wow she was smoking hot pre baby should just maybe I dunno focus on the fact that she's. Given life and. Your partner and you love her no matter what I put on maybe I'm? Crazy When we had, ever, lay and she was working on exercising all time I did put a professional photo in my background of us and the lawn on the grass was.
"boston university school medicine" Discussed on KGO 810
"Changes the world this kedo san francisco oakland san jose the next generation of keijiro a cumulus station the new star bore o'clock on him mcallister inborn nikki madora this afternoon president trump continued through the tackle attorney general jeff sessions that it or are warning the president not to fire their former colleague because of his recusals from the russia investigation bob costatini report having taunted he's attorney general president trump faced questions about his attitude toward jeff sessions during raise gordon news conference with lebanon's prime minister he is a fire exemptions but a reporter wondered why leave him hanging in the wind will and other guy i'm during that but i am disappointed in the attorney general he should not have recused himself almost immediately after he took office one potential replacement rudy giuliani may have killed his chances because he agrees session should have recused himself from any investigation into the campaign a campaign giuliani informally advised bob costantini the white house california signature climate initiative will continue for another decade governor brown today signing a bill to keep cap and trade alive until 2030 a new study focused on head injuries in deceased football players shows almost all suffered from degenerative brain disease called c t e correspondent john stolnis a new study has found that chronic dramatic in several apathy has been found in ninety nine percent of the one hundred and eleven brains donated by families of former nfl players and examined by researchers evidence of the disease was found in one hundred seventy seven of two hundred two total brains examined by researchers from boston university school medicine and va boston healthcare among the one hundred and eleven brains belonging to x nfl players only one showed no trace of c t e upon postmortem review ct is caused by concussions and other head injuries suffered while playing football and other contact sports i'm john stolnis celebrity chef gordon ramsey cooked uh up a very unique dish while filming in florida burmese python ramsey joined.