36 Burst results for "Brain Damage"
Fresh update on "brain damage" discussed on Gaydos and Chad
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Pfizer: COVID-19 shot 95% effective, seeking clearance soon
"Fizer and its German partner by on text as a final analysis of their Corona virus vaccine shows it is 95% effective and earlier evaluation reported the vaccine to be more than 90%, effective advisor said it will seek emergency youth used authorization from the FDA within days. Visor and buy on. Tech expects to produce as many as 50 million doses of the vaccine this year and up to 1.3 billion doses in 2021. Even with the vaccine, experts say, We're not out of the woods, UT essay by biology professor Carl closed as there are growing signs that people who have been infected with the virus could be facing long term health problems. Some of those issues are people who showed no symptomology at all. And then, after the fact they notice that there's issues with their hearts has issues with their brain, he says. There is increasing evidence that there may be mild brain damage that occurs in many survivors, causing subtle cognitive, behavioral and psychological problems.
Chicago Bears' Hall of Fame running back Gale Sayers dies at age 77
"Football Great. Gale. Sayers died yesterday he started showing signs of dementia in two thousand thirteen and his family acknowledged a few years later, sayers fame grew from fans of football in Kansas fans of the Chicago bears and ultimately fans of the movie Brian's Song, which was based on zero friendship with teammate Brian Piccolo who died of cancer at age twenty six the great gale sayers now joins the growing list of NFL players who have developed dementia and died of brain damage. Gale Sayers was seventy-seven.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Announces Lead Service Line Replacement Program
"Mayor Lightfoot and other officials have outlined and ambitious and expensive plan to replace lead water pipes that service hundreds of thousands of Chicago homes. The city of Chicago until 1986 required homes that have lead water pipes. Very high levels of lead can cause brain damage and other health problems. Mayor Lightfoot says City drinking water is safe but lead pipes and some 380,000 homes need to go in time undoing. The extensive network of Legacy. Lead service lines is a steep and costly mountain that we will need to climb, but and we will not erase this legacy overnight. It is way past time for us is the city to address this issue. The total cost some $8.5 billion. The first phase will be free replacement for hundreds of low income families on a pilot program to help determine the cost and the procedures for the rest of the
Former WWE wrestlers' lawsuit over brain damage is dismissed
"Court tossed out a lawsuit filed by 50 former pro wrestlers who claimed world Wrestling Entertainment failed to protect them from repeated head injuries that led to a long term brain damage. The second Circuit Court of Appeals in lower Manhattan upheld a lower court ruling in 2018. That said the lawsuit's claims were frivolous or filed too late. Connecticut based W. W We denied allegations that it failed to protect wrestlers from head trauma, including Jimmy Superfly Snuka and Harry Masayoshi Fujiwara, known as Mr Fujii. Her
Appeals court dismisses 80s and 90s wrestlers' concussion lawsuit against the WWE
"A federal appeals court dismissed a lawsuit filed by 50 former pro wrestlers who claimed world Wrestling Entertainment failed to protect them from repeated head injuries, including concussions that led to long term brain damage. This is AP
How to Generate a Weekly Flow of Inbound Client Leads with Tom Poland
"Tom. What's up to fire nation and sure something interesting about yourself that most people don't know. Who was that fire nation? Some, that's kind of interesting. The most people don't know is that in September. Two Thousand Sixteen I had a brain hemorrhage and fifty percent of the people had this particular type of brain damage die. And there's another forty one percent that apparently brain damaged and I had three the suck us over ten days. I survived a thriving y that is something I definitely did not know in you are thriving Tom and fire nation. That's exactly why we brought him on the Mike today because as I shared during the intro in talk about generating a weekly flow of inbound new clients leads in. Tom, you've written a trilogy of bestsellers on lead. Zoology. So let's start with you sharing the benefits of Liza algae. Best Way I can do that is paint a picture. So let's let's the picture what changes in your life when someone puts this place is pretty simple. Let's let's take. Let's take Monday morning you wake up you sipping coffee, you open your laptop. Tablet using. And you see. Bookings that have come in from people who are highly qualified who WanNa know more about working with you. That's the scenario and you have message. You haven't had to follow the miles that had booked time to have a talk with you about becoming client, and when you have that meeting was not going to be convincing designing GONNA be confirming because they've already created pre motivated prequalified in terms working they just want us to tell them that it's the right thing to do. That's that's the outcome. That's the benefit of lead dodgy I mean fire nation that's the dream I. Mean You WanNa create a business you want To create a system, you want to have the tools in place where you're waking up and having qualified people that want to know more about you, the one Qassim, your content that want to work with you, and now you've made quite a distinction Tom between marketing and selling. So I defined the two and then break down this distinction marketing is where we generally and selling us where we can better and as someone quite said, nothing happens in a business still selling salt until you've got a prospect and you converted. That person into a Klein and they pay some money we don't have anything we we can't do anything. We can't do our research development county supplies we got by a south. So true nothing happens in a business something sold, but nothing is sold until leads generated. So lead Gen is at the point of the pointy end of any business if you're not generating leads and if you don't have predictive control of the generation of not only the quantity of the caller slates, then you future is blitz. That's is precarious. To say the least. So let's make that distinction between marketing and selling. I mean you just went ahead and kind of define the to what the differences are. But what exactly do you want to make sure fire nation gets when it comes to their marketing and then when it comes to their selling like what's that process look like? So what don't want people to get is that essentially what Peter Drucker said the great management? Guru he said you know the goal of the goal of marketing is to make selling redundant. The way I said is that cell has what you have to do your marketing socks and I got my teeth selling life insurance as as a as a twenty one year old over four years ago I was selling life insurance I would make money morning and call people didn't WanNa. Hear from me. I had to be incredibly good selling because my marketing absolutely shocked. So. All the people go into the sows conversion courses in the south training courses and the whatever type of lettuce you know I'm twisting wise to close the Salad di. They all become redundant relevant. If you get ready your marketing because marketing is going to set it up. So that effective marketing, we'll set it up so that people want to actually work with you before you've actually spoken with him on at all and that that's the big distinction is at first of all inititally jet under control. Selling completely pointless. Now, under convert ride, you know leads coming to prospects and secondly when you get really good at marketing, you don't need to do and he's selling anyhow If if I've done the mocking right people aren't going to say to me well I to think about if I've done my marketing ride, people won't say Will County Florida done. My marketing ride people are going to be motivated and wanted to guys do consoles I have clients. is not about convincing because convincing selling it's about confirming because of done hopefully the marketing right in the first place.
Scientists warn of potential wave of COVID-linked brain damage
"Of of a a potential potential wave wave of of Corona Corona virus virus late late related related brain brain damage damage as as new new evidence evidence suggested suggested Cove Cove in in 19 19 can can lead lead to to severe severe neurological neurological complications, complications, including including inflammation, inflammation, psychosis psychosis and delirium. Researchers at University College, London described 43 cases of patients with Koven, 19 who suffered either temporary brain dysfunction, strokes, nerve damage or other serious brain effects. Covert 19 is largely a respiratory illness, but neuroscientists and brain specialists say emerging evidence of its impact on the brains. Eyes very concerning. After
Barr: 'I don't think that the law enforcement system is systemically racist'
"The Attorney General William Barr denied there was systematic racism in US law enforcement racism in the United States still but I don't think that the law enforcement system is systemically racist I understand that the distrust however of the African American community given the history in this country since the nineteen sixties I think we've independent phase of reforming our institutions and making sure that they're in sync with our laws so how then to continue to reform the U. S. police Chuck Wexler has been trying to do that for years he's a former senior policemen in Boston and is now the executive director of the police executive research forum the first awesome warrior policemen in Minneapolis had to use such forceful tactics against the unarmed George Floyd it was not necessary it was a complete police failure the Minneapolis police that day failed George Floyd there was nothing to justify their actions nothing zero it's horrible from a professional policing standpoint that video represents everything we are opposed to that is not what professional policing looks like it is apparent one of those of us outside then we think well given what happened and the reaction to it and the legal moves we would think the police would be extra vigilant but we then saw the seventy five year old man knocked to the ground and no police helping him and then when charges were pressed the rest of the force resigned so how do we understand that that's wrong too what happened in buffalo what you're referring to that is wrong too I don't know what those officers were thinking I have no idea what they were thinking this is an older man pushing him it was completely uncalled for completely uncalled for these officers that resigned they should resign from the department that would be a good thing I don't know why they stop resigning from those positions they should just leave policing it they think that incident is worth resigning for they should resign from the department they are idiots you are working on police reform you've seen time and again questions being raised about both race and police brutality do you think this is a turning point I think what this is making everybody to is is take a hard look at what is good policing look like what people are asking why hasn't it happened before president Obama set up a task force on twenty first century policing why was that not implemented in US states has eighteen thousand police departments so policing is very uneven there's no quality control there's no national standards my organization the police executive research forum issued guidelines on use of force we have training on de escalation but how do you reach all of those departments and hard what kind of oversight you have so it's a challenge American policing is very decentralized it's very personal there's been attempts to try to consolidate regional allies doesn't happen so until we have an investment I think in training and holding officers accountable and the big look at our unionization unionization and United States plays a real role in making it hard to discipline problematic officers will be on the union problems you've been citing is it simply that it's simply the model is a very very brutal one well let's be let's be clear what use are in Minneapolis was a failure Erica now we see the pictures from New York we see Chicago we've seen lots of images from across the United States of the right of the police reacting very force we haven't there been challenge obviously but is there something about the the essence of the policing well I can't explain what happened in buffalo or some of these other cities and those offices need to be held accountable there's been some real steps taken to hold those officers accountable I don't think the level of violence we have seen in America as a result of the Minneapolis situation we haven't seen that in probably since the Vietnam era we're gonna have to take a hard look at some of our tactics and how we approach these things this other side of this issue too is that you even in these demonstrations you basically have three groups you help by large you have peaceful demonstrators then you have a smaller group but a very difficult group all they wanna do is cause destruction and are very difficult and sometimes violent you have had police officers who have had Molotov cocktails thrown at it who could stand up to big shot who have had brain damage in the hospital of brick so you have that group that's causing that then you have the third group looks you know in some cases in some cities you have looting so it's it has been a very strong vitriolic outcome and mostly those situations in many cities do not result of what you sorry and buffalo in the both the reminder yes again if one was needed to about how the African American community people of color suffer disproportionately in the criminal justice system is this going to concentrate minds now in a way that there will be this the kind of significant reform people have been calling for for a very long time race race is very important and you are right about the disproportionate number of African Americans in the criminal justice system and I think you know that that's been throughout the system whether it's you know the police or prosecutors or prisons of all of that Sir I I think the whole issue of race in the criminal justice system is huge and some attempts have been made to try to deal with that in policing as many police departments in this country now teach implicit bias many departments have body worn video camera so that when someone makes an allegation against them they can quickly review that and then traffic stops there's been concern the police make a disproportionate number of traffic stops involving African American so attempts have been made by police departments to try to honestly deal with the race issue in terms of recruitment trying to hire a diverse workforce all of those things are hiring recruitment promotion trying to promote African Americans but you know we're not there yet we have a lot more work to be done but I think it's also important to recognize that I don't think American police are in denial at that race is an issue five years ago there was an accusation that the police gauged in racial profiling and the police were into the aisle but I think I think what you've seen is a recognition that you need to recognize that race is an issue and that you know society as a whole has racial issues how can the police operate in a way that respects everybody's rights but that's just not enough you need to put in place accountability he'd need to refute body one camera video you need to have implicit bias training you need to be pushed to diversify your work force you need to reach out to the African American community so I think police rather than being in denial I think at least for the most part more the larger cities recognize the importance of dealing with
Top 10 Things If Your Kids are Under 10
"GONNA do the next couple of podcasts. We're going to kind of Do a little top ten And so so kind of walk us through. What's his first one this first podcast? We're going to do what we can talk about. So Do's and don'ts for parents ages one to ten or thankful to some of our listeners. Out there that have really been plugging in things that they wanna hear about a little bit more focus on Dad's a little bit more focused on legacy and data and so we're going to hit you. swear smack in the forehead on a couple of these and probably in the meantime hit ourselves with them as well so number one is. Don't be quick to reprimand or punish a child from minor. Grievances do have patients intolerance forgive as God has forgiven us. Show that love and model it. Okay so one so a number one. We're talking about this don't be. Don't be quick to reprimand or punish a child from minor grievances. Now we're not talking about just giving your child free licensed to do whatever they want right. That's not what we're saying here. No yeah definitely. Want to be hands on parenting. You know as we've talked about before in previous podcasts. Not like helicopter not micromanaging. But you know it's gotta be acquainted to the Child's development you give a really good roadmap to that Lance On our page and The the roadmap for ages kids throughout all the way up to adulthood so follow that. But what we're saying here. Is You know as they have development stages of development on obviously the older they get the proverbial Lease gets looser. But you gotTA protect a child. That's warriors of old not walking out on the street and get hit by a car because mom and Dad said sure. Do whatever you WANNA do. You have to use a sermon and some wisdom in the process of what? We're talking locker odd speaking for you Dante but for me. I know this was A lot of times not flying off the handle In in the moment when maybe the child did something or there is I heard. Hey something happened at school or whatever like that. It was like okay. Let's give the child the benefit of the doubt. Let's let's hear their side of the story and and just yet again that slow to speak slow to anger Bef- before understanding really. What's going on and I know there's been times in my life where I was. I was ready to explode on a child and then it turns out you know what the child did was actually admirable or they were in the right. They were just defending a friend or defending their what they believed in. And then it's like okay. Hey that that makes sense to me I you know. Maybe I'm really glad I didn't. I listened I and didn't let my mouth you know or or You know fly off the handle or something like that so I can definitely see how this would be applicable in that. So let me. I'll jump in our hit number two here Dante. So Number two don't don't show limited emotion In by that we mean don't don't hold back affection or don't You know base our affection or that emotion based based on on a child's Efforts or or something that we may approve of Or a child's behavior support so going back to number one if the child is misbehaving or something like that that doesn't mean we withhold love and affection from our child is way of punishment so we forbid if God was with us like that and it was conditional love because God every every day. Okay not that you woke up and now I'm just GonNa you know that was the case. So this what we're talking. We're really this again. We talked about this. We hammered on this with marriage to But this is that unconditional. Love is saying that even though if the child disappoints us or or or their grades are down or whatever. It doesn't mean we stop showing them love and affection. We make that very clear you know and I I made A. I made it clear with my kids when we were disciplined him. The say listen I love you? You know I but but I have to discipline you. There's consequences for what you did But I do love you and then has nothing to do with. It doesn't change my love for you by having to do discipline you or ground you or whatever may be But I think that's what it is just letting the child know. Our love is in contingent upon their behavior. Their grades or some sort of effort based a metric does that does that make sense. Don't yeah yeah that's right. I mean you don't want your kids to grow up checking boxes because you know all of a sudden when they're eighteen nineteen and they do that. I mean one. You're going to impact the relationships they have and to. You know they're gonNA probably reject that way of living because they're gonna find you know especially if we're modeling them to biblical application that that that form of love or that conditional love does not jive or lineup scripture. So likely they would probably reject that way of life. You know another thing is something. My wife sees a lot with her Doing doing behavioral health and Counseling. With kids is kids will learn that. Okay if I'm acting up or they learned to get attention and if you're only giving them attention when they do something wrong or or you're overreacting. When they're doing something wrong. Kids learn that and it almost reinforces were Bad behavior were kids will then start saying well at least. I'm getting some reaction from dad when I do something wrong. So it can sometimes have the opposite effect where if were withholding love and affection It pushes a kid to another extreme of doing anything to get our attention or our lover approval And so can have detrimental consequences in that got daughters and wetlands. I want that to be like a loud gong in your ears. And just let it just permeate through your brain to like you have almost brain damage because the idea is like if if that's the way that you're going to be with your daughter Newsflash she's GonNa find that acceptance anywhere she can get it as Lynn likelihood be in relationships that she has no business being in. But because you know we're prideful were angry or we are. I am man. Hear Me Warren. We we show a different kind of love than what God calls us to. Do you know they're going to be doing these things? He's very things that we're trying to protect them from. And you need like raise your hand and say Lord that one's me because I did make my love with my child. Unconditional as as daddy issues as daddy issues. Everybody everybody knows somebody. That's got daddy issues so guys don't fall into that trap. Yeah absolutely what? What have we got next number three? Don't threaten a child if you have rules in your house you know whether it be safety or based on you know what our house rules for. The child be consistent with them based on fact not on emotion so in the case of one to ten year old. If you're telling them not to play with electricity unplugging the TV or they're doing something dangerous not only. Can they shock or electrocute themselves? But you tell them that they're gonNA LOSE TV OR THEY'RE GONNA lose the media or the IPAD as a result of that be consistent with that. Don't all of a sudden Rian reinvent the rules that you set forth in your house and I'm just using that as an example so I got a good example? You know So me you know not being the British child. I learned that the hard way. Because do you know you know at one? Ten light socket looks exactly like the place. We put your car Qian. If you WANNA drive a car so six year old lance decided. I'M GONNA put a key in the light socket and see what happens and Let me let me just say that was shocking day for me. So did you ever make that mistake again? They'll know strangely I learned in. I've never thought about that again. And right there what. Lancia said GUYS. I want you to hear this too and gals that are listening. You know sometimes like yeah were horrified or we don't want the child to have any more danger pain or hurt but instead of coming down on even more sometimes you have to assess you know if you're not sure the wisdom of the discernment the Situation Prey on it. Talk to your spouse before you put potentially overreact. And sometimes the mistake in itself is enough. You know quences. Yeah exactly I remember like one of our little kids you know was at a school and was playing with scissors just learning how to use them and accidentally was playing with another kid and cut some. Harrer you know and it was parents. Were fine everything. I'll say that nobody blew a gasket but just bringing that up with that that child not to be named You know is horrific enough and they were broken and they were. You know they're never gonNa make that mistake again with scissors you know. And that's the thing is like I could have been overbearing. Could have been like. That's it just realizing that. No lesson learned. Now what you know shape model you know. Give them guidance and all that but let the idea is not to threaten them or to make their life. You know to a point where they can't function because they're so worried about how mom or DAD's coming down on the counter to that is do develop boundaries and conditions for a child to navigate life through and so that means you know boundaries for your child relative and meaningful to the ages at their at you know one they got to have the cognitive ability to understand what those boundaries are. You know obviously a little kid. You want to protect them from burning themselves from taking a a pot of hot water over stove and knocking down on themselves. There are certain things that immediately they have to know pain so a spank to the hand or to that but you know to let them know that this is sharp pain versus you know something. That is just ridiculously over borders apparent. Just because either were prideful. Were selfish retired. Were angry you know if we give them if we're more of a guide in truth and give them boundaries and give them conditions for them to navigate. This goes to what Lance is put on the Road Map. This develops character. This develops integrity. This imbalance develops honesty and while these things so important you know to this child. Will that all relegates back to know why these boundaries why these conditions are so important especially in the formative years of these kids ages one through them. Yeah no I think I talked about this a preview podcast but we did with our kids when they were about five six years old. We actually sat down and made out this list of rules with the kids and it was real simple stuff like you know. Don't don't lie cheat or steal and then we kind of added some like fruit of the spirit of glacier five twenty five stuff in there and From there then that that was the rules and we actually typed it up and it was on the wall. I framed it. And that's what the kids knew. That was the baseline and it was like okay. If you break one of these rules you knew that there was going to be consequences. And it was pretty clear it was pretty clear cut And and there was never any questions about it at that point and if it was ever any questions we could say. Hey what what were the rules on the wall that you you helped me develop these rules. You broke the rules on now. There's the consequences so I didn't ever have to overreact or anything like that. Not Not saying that. I didn't 'cause there were times. I overreacted but I always tried to say. I didn't have to threaten the child that say okay. Hey you knew the rules. There's the rules right on the wall. you broke the rule so now here's the consequences. I think it just makes it a lot. Easier for US So long when we talked about these rules I'm GONNA get into number four here and Number four is don't overly protect your kids from failure and so what I mean by this and we talked about this in our podcast and overprotective parenting. But YOU WANNA WE WANNA encourage them to keep trying and always keep learning but they're gonNA fail and when they fail. We don't always run in and try to save them from the consequences of failure or Rescued them and make sure they never experienced failure in their life because we want them to experience failure in some of these smaller areas. Because that's how they're GONNA learn Resilience and that's all you're GONNA learn to
Why Do We Get Brain Freeze?
"Headaches for a lot of reasons. Sometimes foods like chocolate cheese or cured meat can cause them other times it stress or maybe changes in our sleep habits headaches are also caused by strain sinus problems coughing and even sex. And if you're really unlucky there a sign of neurological problems. But do you know what causes headaches over one third of the population ice cream diabolical evil ice cream otherwise known as a brain freeze or a quote cold stimulus headache in more lofty circles. The ice cream headache only requires two things first. Something cold touching the roof of your mouth and second hot environment like a summer day or Asana or a yoga class full of sweaty people. That's where we all usually eat ice cream right. Brain freeze is caused by both a constriction and dilation of the blood vessels in your head. There's a nerve center just above your mouth and when it gets cold it signals the anterior cerebral artery to widen trying to heat your brain with warm blood. Since the skull is a closed structure. The sudden rush of blood could be increasing pressure which causes the pain. We feel it's kind of a horrible stabbing achey feeling but the warm air around you causes these blood vessels to restrict again relieving the pain about ten to twenty seconds after its onset. This experience is reportedly similar to a migraine headache albeit a very short one it's possible. The influx of blood is supposed to protect your brain from extreme cold. The pain is usually in the mid frontal area but it can be unilateral in other parts of the brain. But don't worry. Experts say that ice cream isn't going to give you brain damage or anything in fact when they're correcting aneurysms doctors sometimes low your brain temperature down to sixty four degrees. Fahrenheit or seventeen point eight degrees Celsius so ice cream. Ain't no thing. Except there's only one cure for brain freeze. Never eat ice cream again. No I'm just kidding in one article about these headaches. A researcher actually said ice cream. Abstinence is not indicated so keep eating all the ice cream you want but slow it down a bit there. Hawse try to eat in small bites and avoid the roof of your mouth also. You may be more likely to get brain freeze if you already get migraines. The science isn't confirmed on that but since the vascular response of ice cream headaches is similar to the experience of migraine sufferers they may be more vulnerable. Researchers are investigating this connection now in hopes of developing. Even better painkillers.
Girl hit by foul ball has permanent brain injury, lawyer says
"The attorney for the family of a two year old struck in the head by a foul ball at an Astros cubs game in Houston last season says the girl has permanent brain damage ABC's Ryan burl reports on that one works is laid out it was a dramatic scene at Houston's minute maid park in may of fall ball whipped by cubs outfielder Albert Elmore a junior into the stands hit it hit each a young child is the attorney for the family says the girl suffered a brain injury that links are at risk of seizures for life Richard myth off tells the Houston Chronicle the entry impacted the girl central nervous system similar to that of a stroke no legal action has been taken by the family yet this season all thirty major league baseball teams plan to extend protective netting down the
Monsey stabbing attack victim may never wake up, says family
"The family of one of five people stab last Saturday at a Hanukkah party in Rockland county and a lot to say earlier today the prognosis is not good says Nikki co and the doctors do not have high hopes for him for the man who she says made everyone feel special her father seventy two year old Joseph Newman he has the fractured skull he's been sliced like through his neck she has a shattered arm Newman has been in a coma since the attack in Muncie this past weekend if he does wake up Cohen says he might have permanent brain damage we ask that you please keep our father Yosef imperiling your prayers and she has another request stop the hate we want our kids to go to school and feel safe we want to go to our synagogues in feel safe we want to go to gross reason malls and feel safe a new city Steve burns WCBS newsradio
Hanukkah stabbing victim may never walk, talk again
"An acidic Jewish man in a coma after being stabbed in the head along with four of the victims of the rabbi's house in Muncie on Hanukkah is speaking out the BBC surly castle with the latest let stand up together and stop the hatred Nikki Colin is one of Joseph Newman seven children she says her seventy two year old father may never wake up and if he does he'll likely be brain damaged and paralyzed Grafton Thomas of Greenwood lake is charged with five counts of attempted murder and hate crimes Colin is asking the public and the news media to shift its focus take the focus off of him people are looking for the glory and the fame and we do not want
Monsey stabbing attack victim may have permanent brain damage
"Foster family the man wounded in the Hanukkah stabbings north of New York City says he may have permanent brain damage of the partially paralyzed for the rest of his life the family of seventy one year old Joseph Newman released a statement a graphic photograph Wednesday showing the severe head injuries he received in Saturday's attack a rabbi's home
Family of man stabbed in Hanukkah attack says his condition is "dire"
"You Jeff the family of a seventy one year old victim who is in a coma following Saturday's Hanukkah tech near New York City says he may never wake up Joseph Newman remains in critical condition after being stabbed in the head with a machete his family is released a statement saying doctors aren't optimistic about this chance of regaining consciousness the knife penetrated Newman's brained if he does wake up the family says he'll likely have permanent brain damaged partial paralysis and speech impairment Newman is married has seven children plus grandkids and great grandkids they're asking for prayers and for people to share their experiences with antisemitism on social media using the hashtag me do fairly Kessler
Family of man stabbed in Hanukkah attack says his condition is "dire"
"Looking back on this weekend's Hanukkah celebration stabbing at a rabbi's basement in Rockland county in which five people were hurt the family of one victim says they're losing hope that help regain consciousness Joseph Newman was stabbed multiple times he has a skull fracture and doctors say he'll suffer from permanent brain damage and partial paralysis at the least Newman is among five orthodox Jews wounded in the Hanukkah attack act that rabbi's home in Muncie on Saturday night where the suspect Grafton Thomas quite chillingly allegedly entered and said no one's leaving before he took out a machete and launched his attack meanwhile we're learning more about Thomas the suspect the Greenwood lake man's attorney says his client suffers from schizophrenia has been in the state of mental decline for the past decade and had been previously prescribed three medications for psychosis and depression Thomas faces federal hate crime and attempted murder
Retired goalie Tim Thomas details brain damage from hockey
"Former Boston Bruins goalie Tim Thomas says he could not watch hockey for years after retiring as a result of concussions that damaged his brain Thomas detailing his struggles with post concussion syndrome before being inducted into the U. S. hockey hall
New Hampshire Voters Share Their Views On Medicare For All
"From the time you're born to the time you die most everybody in the U. S. uses healthcare so when democratic presidential candidates debate how much to change America's health care system the stakes can feel personal I'm a little fearful of a government run system I'm an entrepreneur and I'm under sixty five years old so I don't have any health care at all some insurances won't cover them some insurances will cover half and you know the co pays are just outstanding these New Hampshire Democrats are just two months from casting votes in the first primary in the nation I went there to hear how people's first hand experience getting sick and being treated shapes their view of this debate when Sheila Morse and fell into her third diabetic coma she was in Canada the first to come is alcohol played a big role and the third one alcohol didn't play a big role but I still hadn't recognized that I was a type one diabetic and I needed to take care of myself Canada gives everybody basic coverage under a government provided system people have the option of buying more coverage on the private market it goes to show you know the differences I mean the United States has superior health care if you have the right insurance and can get access to it Sheila Morse and understands the system as well because she's work for an insurance company and before that a hospital where she handled negotiations between doctors and insurers I spent a lot of my time asking these people like yeah yes and it's not medically necessary where did you get your medical degree after years of negotiating for others Sheila now has to advocate for her own medical interests and she's taking it seriously she's been sober for eight years she's getting good treatment for depression and she's committed to monitoring her diabetes but every time she spends hours trying to negotiate her own medical bills one thought keeps going through her head god help the people that don't have the background that I have she'll emerged from her last diabetic coma with some brain damage so she's now on disability and gets coverage through Medicare but the program won't cover all the tools that would help her stay healthy she has an insulin pump but she says the sensor to tell her when her blood sugar is low isn't covered so she has to check manually I check my sugar with my the commenter here she supposed to check her levels eight times a day between the care and the fights with insurance it's a full time job you know but I've learned acceptance there's nothing I can do about it I'm other than vote which I do and what when you cast that vote what do you see it as a vote for what are you hoping to do with your vote improve my life and the life of people like me for her that will not be a vote for candidate who wants to eliminate private insurance she skeptical of giving the government that much power people get insurance through their employer decent insurance through their employer if it's working for them and they're paying twenty Bucks a week then go for it here's the basic divide among democratic presidential candidates on healthcare someone to eliminate private insurance and put every American on a program like Medicare Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders fall into that group we're going to do this by saying everyone is covered by Medicare for all full
"brain damage" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"On end so those are those are the extreme cases those are cases of brain damage or genetic mutations that really like the row ranch in the whole system but i think that so so why couldn't we just for those people just like give them a whole bunch of leptin while you can for kids that lack leptin you can and they do and it helps them a lot um if you give them in day slimmeddown in their food intake comes under better control and they turned into pretty normal kids on but the problem is that in people with common obesity people with typical obesity there's no leptin deficiency people with typical obesity aren't lacking leptin their system everything's there there're hypothetical mrs they're they're via men is there there's not any lake massive damage are secreting leptin from their fat tissue the amount of it in circular asian is proportional to their body fatness just like it's supposed to be the problem is that their brain is not responding to that leptin as effectively as a person who's lean so their brain basically they have this condition that we call leptin resistance so their brain just can't hear the leptin very well so it takes more leptin and more body fatness for the brain to feel like it's not starving and for the brain to takes more leptin for the brain to restrain that starvation response that it would kick in if it thought you were starving and so basically you're comfortable level body fat in his level that you subtle at if you're not really doing anything special to try to change it is going to be higher when your brain can't hear that leptin very effectively and we we know that animals in humans that are obese that have obesity.
"brain damage" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand
"The two point unreliable only reliable to a point then what is our relationship with reality house effect so i think it's interesting that the as we often don't know how our experiences we often don't realize there are our experiences multi sensory people think i'm seeing now i'm hearing i'm touching but in fact as as we sit here now you're looking at my face you're hearing my voice you've maybe got the residual taste of tea or coffee in your mouth those the smell of this room with goes on particular odor you must know very well and and all of that information is not coming in separate parcels now i see now at here now i touch it's all unified in a single conscious experience as a unified view of you and the world around you now when people have brain damage or or brain injury and you take some of those multi sensory if you remove them things can go wrong and then what gets unified as something that seems very strange to them very odd lotta people just after having had a stroke uh where in a third there the day there left arm is paralysed they're not getting the right feedback to know that the arm is paralysed and some of them people who have as as it's called i know signals iaea think that they've still got movement with both of their hands and you say to somebody in a can you lift your right hand and the yes and they do can you lift your left hand they say yes but the arms not moving but they don't know it's not moving and so from the outside we think that's really strange but what what the brain is doing is saying while i'm whatever signals i got i'm going to try and make sense of them in the best way i can and i think i think you see the.
"brain damage" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Was a pulse from those electrodes nothing in chace the right place it had an unintended effects on their patient onward over and the i was looking at the and when they stimulated that region look at my face one two three and he said you'd has turned into something else the doctors face instantly became unrecognizable who's gonna said he left he was the light sentencing four three different than the the effect of that pulse had accidentally recreated a condition that actually exists in real life a condition where you can't remember faces it's called face blindness that's right or procivic nausea suppress the peg knows at which has been known for a long time is it people can selectively looser ability to recognize face how does that happen the have brain damage usually from a stroke or from a um you know physical injury to the brain and if it's very very focal in just a tiny part of the brain then you are perfectly normal absolutely everything else but you can't recognize faces which raised a big question for nancy and her colleagues at mit here's her tent talk we wanted to know if there was a special part of the brain for recognizing faces so i was the first subject i went into the scanner i lay on my back i held my head is still as i could both steering at pictures of faces an objects and faces and objects for hours so as somebody who has pretty close to the world record of total number of hours spent inside an mri scan her i can tell you that one of the skills it's really important for emmer i research is bladder control when i got out of the scanner i did a quick analysis of the data looking for any parts of my brain produced a higher response when i was looking at faces than when i was looking at objects and here's what i saw that region right there that little bob it's about the size of an olive and it's on the bottom surface of my brain about an inch speed in king and with that part of my brain is doing is producing a higher emeribe response that has hired neural activity when i was looking at faces than when i was looking at objects.
"brain damage" Discussed on KOMO
"Played just gotten worse and worse now there is like you mentioned there is no way to know that what he has absolutely has some kind of psychological possibly mental illness diagnosis bipolar uh he is increasingly jittery he gets the onset of kind of splintering headaches said you know i'm just said that a second snowed us iit's extremely volatile he's moody uh medication lean he's been suicidal on this considered uh violence or themself and others and uh it's just sort of a it's a very jarring thing to be around somebody like that i've personally i've been around sports for a long time and then a reporter for longer and it's it's hard to be around somebody who has gone through this and believes that this is sort of what his outlook is that he suffered kind of irreversible brain damage that he doesn't know he doesn't believe he believes he will not be able to members all name by the time he's fifty 8038 now um it's just a very jarring thing and i think it's it's a reality that the nfl is trying to deal with but has an appropriately dealt with and i personally believe and larry johnson believes it as well that there are many many other players who are suffering from very similar symptoms of the just because of their training because the background that's kind of shaking at all and rumps from their noted they just don't come forward and say that they're the only some of these things and as we both have talked about the cd is apparently non detectable until uh a post mortem is done on on the cadaver of a of a person who has been suspected of that it's apparently wet towel build up in a certain part of the brain that uh really can be detected until and i know that there are studies rapidly increasing the chance of being able.
"brain damage" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Real life a condition where you can't remember faces it's called face blindness that's right or postup at nausea suppressive heck knows it which has been known for a long time is it people can selectively looser ability to recognize face how does that happen they have brain damage usually from a stroke or from a um you know physical injury to the brain and if it's very very focal interest a tiny part of the brain then you are perfectly normal absolutely everything else but you can't recognize faces which raised a big question for nancy and her colleagues at mit here's her ted talk we wanted to know if there was a special part of the brain for recognizing faces so i was the first subject i went into the scanner i lay on my back i held my head is still as i could both steering at pictures of faces and objects and faces and objects for hours so as somebody who has pretty close to the world record of total number of hours spent inside an mri scan her i can tell you that one of the skills it's really important for mori research is bladder control when i got out of the scanner i did a quick analysis of the data looking for any parts of my brain produced a higher response when i was looking at faces than when i was looking at objects in here's what i saw that region right there that little bob it's about the size of an all of and it's on the bottom surface of my brain about an inch street in king and what that part of my brain is doing is producing higher mri response that has higher neural activity when i was looking at faces than when i was looking at objects so that's pretty cool but how do we know this isn't a fluke well the easiest way it's just do the experiment again so show you have your brain scan and unlike the that responding to two facial recognition slick lighting up in in and you do dislike several shuttled i've done and hundreds of times i like it in there which like oh it's peaceful i go in there and i.
"brain damage" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
"Sued reduce who delivery gamma knife which is using gamma rays anything like that wherever in pursuit of focusing any kind of beam of radioactivity at the tumor and so a lot of people think that the reason that he didn't die as because it was so target add that most people when they get these high doses of radiation let's say they are in a nuclear zone university your whole body you're dead it's your whole body it destroys all your organs but this only pastors brain and it was really really focus so yeah destroyed a lot of the tissue on that path away by know people sustain really intense brain damage people can lose a whole hemisphere of their brain and bill koa i mean okay is a relative term alive so he was lucky because vaca of his what her yeah he would first of all his lucky to survive second while he was a lot of really lucky not to have any intense intellectual deficits from it originates whose that noisy time that's reg d last week i played this noisy yeah it goes on for a long time i wasn't here i didn't hear it can i guess it's a piano oh my god russia is amazing thing yeah it's a little more complicated they were bill winter flu last week bryon gunk us actually guest it and he said he gang this week's noisy is essentially music created by sensing the differences intrigue rings the tech was created by bar else traumatic and if it works similar to a turntable but instead of a needle their sensors that jet that gather information about the gain of the would about the grain of the what i think he was saying that is then fed into an algorithm that translates the information into specific notes on a piano on my also found out this is me now reading more about this this kind of two technological a tree reading needle that they came up with each tree has a different kind of song like your different like a spruce tree or an ash tree earn oak tree would have the different kind of music because of the differences in the way that the rings were set up in and the the you know the distances between the rings and what not learnt these federal done all found really dark.
"brain damage" Discussed on Fresh Air
"And they're all those people who say i just never dream i'm just not one of those people who who actually dreams and the answer of course is that you will simply not one of those people who remembers the dreams almost every one dreams this a rare type of brain damage that can occur where people seem not to dream although even that is is questionable so what are the areas you've been researching is they correlation between sleep or lack of sleep and alzheimer's disease so what have you learned is there a correlation that you're finding there's a strong relationship now between insufficient sleep and the mechanisms of outsi missed disease sadly it's a two way street as well that we've discovered though was a remarkable finding several years ago that revealed the brain actually has a sewage system inside of it and our buddy actually has won it's called the lymphocytic system that many people have hood of but only recently did we discover that the brain has won it's called the gleam fetig system and one of the things that that sewage system in the brain does very well is clear out all of the detritus that's been building up all of the metabolic waste that's being building up throughout the day this second discovery though is that the sewage system in the brain actually kicks into high gear when we go in to sleep and particularly deep sleep and one of the toxic byproducts that it actually removes at night is a sticky protein called beata amyloid which is one of the leading causes of that we believe underlying alzheimer's disease.
"brain damage" Discussed on The Ziglar Show
"Y yeah i i think i have maybe the most feeling so first of all feelings are the body's way of telling you something and and and let me say it more specifically it's the subconscious the subconscious this form of communication so your emotions are all that data that's being processed by the subconscious which they say is faster and faster it's speaking to you by giving you a motion so whether that's an unease whether that's excitement that is just subconscious selling something now i try to always listen to my subconscious because it it it is able to process data faster and faster than i can consciously the conscious lines like the very small tip of a gigantic iceberg so not leveraging your emotions think be foolish also pretending that you don't have a motions is also foolish so we all have a body we all have a brain that has certain trades and aspects like an amid go up which is meant to process era we have reaches of the brain that paint our experiences with a motion and here's a fascinating thing if you damage the region of the brain that generates emotions people become get ready for this in cape incapable of making a decision it is one of the most fascinating revelations of what happens when the brain gets damage that reveals like how we actually make decisions the way you make decision is based on dealing it is not based on all the lodge in the world so the people that have this particular kind of brain damage they can still explained to you you know what we've got a couple of different options we could go get you know mexican for dinner.
"brain damage" Discussed on The Awkward Human Survival Guide
"Like thing sexuality is fluid women are less rigid as men i don't think that's necessarily the case in terms of like biological stuff but uh you know when we're talking nature versus nurture nurture seems to have a big a big part in forming the rigidity of sexuality but we don't know the answer to all the stuff right now there there's actually some really really interesting research surrounding homosexuality that i found out about by accident i have like this i ha i had this for i've i've had this thought i haven't brought this up because it sounds really offensive by at you know i'm gay so whatever on that homosexuality is in it is akin to a type of brain damage and i will my goal has been to like find an argument to definitively prove that incorrect but in doing so i have found like a lot of stuff that doesn't quite do that is a little bit the opposite and that's not to say brain damage in like a bad way the it it's more of like something that happens to your brain that alters it that is not as lixing it that way because it's funny or to me but but there's a lot you know there's a lot we don't understand about sexuality i think the thing is it doesn't hurt anybody if you you know opt not to or you know if there's hurting involved in the bdsm sense it's consensual and you want it but there i mean like you whatever you are and we like to apply labels because it makes it easier to form a community and band together in sport each other but now that that's been coming less of a problem is less of a need for support in the gay community because it's homosexuality and bisexuality in a lgbt eighth regime basically where it when it you know whatever you are.
"brain damage" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio
"That it was evident and especially ever reagan was shot in his first year in office when he was acting like trump and and doing the right things that he never really recovered they gave in cold blood transfusion the causes brain damage day slowly gave him small amounts of sedatives it it it's now that most presidents ended up getting drug small dosages of of of a sedative 'till they build it up prompt such a bull he hasn't fully understood it yet but i've talked to people multiple ones that than they believe that they are putting a slow sedative that they're building up that's also addictive in his diet coke's and in his iced tea and that the president by six or seven at night is basically slurring his words and is drug now first they had isolating to do that but yes ladies and gentleman i've talked to people to talk to the president now at nine at night he is slurring his words and i'm gonna leave it at that i've talked to folks that have talked to him directly to notice oh he's mentally ill he's got alzheimer's they isolating then you start slowly building up the dose but instead of thai trading at like poison like venom of a cobra or a rattlesnake or water moccasins where you build it up slowly so that you get a immunity to it you're building it slowly so the person does it notice it first it's almost zero just a tiny bit then a little more and then your brain subconsciously becomes addicted to it and want it and so as the dose gets bigger and bigger you get more comfortable in it the president's about too much into being covertly drugged now brisk in my life by the way telling you all this i was physically sick before i went on air because i'm smart and i don't mean that the bracket this way i mean i'm not dumb the information you're going to get today is super dangerous tech odd temperatures to let it out now so they don't cut the show offers up before this goes out i mean this is the kind of thing to get you killed so you can see all the scripting president had the.
"brain damage" Discussed on Freakonomics
"Our experiences are motion are even our reflexes and our athleticism that's what the risk is here it's it's not like an arm or a knee you'll still be the same person even if you have difficulty moving or pain when you move for the brain is actually your identity especially if you're the kind of person getting your phd in math at mit clamoured for certain bureau vorn or diagrams cuss central award her solutions but also to other things my visor is this garbage shall goldman's and he's specializes in calmer tori optimization and so i've been working on a low of combat tori authorisation lately and this would have been learning a lot about so i do have diverse interests i do want to hear what you think about the extent of any brain damage you may have done by playing all the football you've played that's a good question uh how much brain damage do i have i don't know and it's extremely hard to no end while there are encouraging signs for me at the moment because i don't have any problems currently again i don't know in i don't know how much of an effect having played football will have on you know my experiences later in life to know with certainty is a very hard thing in this area i believe john our soul always knew the playing football involved risks as does just about anything in life but when risk tipped into uncertainty.
"brain damage" Discussed on Freakonomics
"Yes i am retiring i did retire but at the same time i love the nfl i love football and i i wouldn't trade my experiences for the world and i do believe football is a great game and i didn't want to be for lack of a better word i didn't want to be perhaps just fodder for certain anti football establishments do you think football survives long term yes yes of course i take no pleasure at all in this suggestion that i might have helped kill off a football that again is alan schwartz is reporting in the new york times highlighted the connection between football and brain damage i hope the football stays around and i'm very confident that it will because why because two things one nfl owners are not in the business of having their twobilliondollar assets and disappear and in answer the game will adapt i'm not sure exactly how all this is going to play out but the game it's a great game it's just played more recklessly then i think the market will allow because this affects a gamely lava game that add to finds communities i game that israeli the lifeblood for many colleges there's a lot of resistance to really addressing this problem in the way it should be addressed that's an mckee i just pop people to be aware of this disease and i want individuals who decide to play footballers continue to play football to be aware of it so that they can make as many individual changes are to keep their head out of the game to limit the amount of head impacts they experience and make an informed decision as they can regarding their on future and what is the nfl doing.
"brain damage" Discussed on Freakonomics
"Depression and um i can be very disabling with time ellen schwartz wrote a hundred and thirty articles for the new york times about concussions or brain trauma in sports primarily football there were two reasons why this blew up in football's face or the nfl's face one is players started dying and were found to have the brain disease okay and then the nfl put up such a fuss saying oh there's nothing happening here we have our scientists who have shown i mean they played the perfect villain we had something the resembled the tobacco industry former players were dying young sometimes by suicide older players were completely losing their faculties and occasionally a current player quit the game young afraid of longterm brain damage i think as far as the nfl goes they're bullies and they have been able to quash every public relations problem in their history whether it's domestic violence recently whether it's steroids whether it's the strikes and lockouts i mean there are games to be played on sunday and everyone forgets by then but this is the one public relations crisis that they have lost on my feelings about the sport if definitely evolved the brain researcher in mckee again i was born and raised right outside of green bay wisconsin and my brothers played football in fact i was an absolutely enormous at packer fan and because i think i was raised in such a football centric community i have always had a terrific admiration for football players then she began to study the brains of deceased players at one point i could compartmentalize i could still enjoy the games i could watch them on sunday on the television but at this point i i can no longer dissociate what i'm seeing under the microscope and after listening to hundreds and hundreds of stories of of of really just profound tragedy.
"brain damage" Discussed on Freakonomics
"Two weeks i believe i i had some trouble passing this socalled impact test and i just wasn't quite feeling well nor feeling myself and what did you notice sabau your brain during this concussion recovery period it was tough for me to do like high level math i really tried to i really wanted to because there was actually a paper that i have been working on that was really proud of because it was going to be my first like big solo authored math paper and i just wanted to like keep working on it to finish it and i really couldn't because you know i had really hard times lake thinking through things in visualizing things i mean thankfully i got the paper and i was really happy to have accepted so it all ended well but at the time i was frustrated a few months before officials concussion a promising young linebacker for the san francisco 49 irs named chris borland announced he was quitting the nfl he was concerned about longterm brain damage herschel who is friends with borland responded by writing an essay for the players tribune called y i still play football playing a hitting position in the nfl herschel row camp possibly help your longterm mental health however it's also true that how bad such a pursuit is for you is something that i believe no one really knows for sure right now from an evolutionary perspective we actually need to know what's out there with that said herschel row why take the risk because what you don't know can kill you objectively i shouldn't take the risk or went on a break career ahead of me and mathematics but i play because i loved the game i love hitting people and then a few months later vershow got the concussion that left him unable to do highlevel math did you think about retiring or quitting football right then.
"brain damage" Discussed on Freakonomics
"On july 27th i had a lot of phone calls certainly in the hundreds of phone calls and this was frankly a nightmare for me i don't really relish being the center of attention and i mean and i i'm treading on twitter and people are writing articles and people were kind of making guesses as to my motivations why did a relatively obscure player suddenly turned into such a big story that's pretty simple he quit football just two days after the publication of a study that assembled the most compelling evidence to date on the relationship between football and brain damage and john urgel has a particularly compelling brain he has bachelor's and master's degrees in math from penn state were he also taught math while playing college football he's published papers in major journal's lake on the maximal error of spectral approximation of graft by section which appeared in linear and multi linear algebra also he's been working toward a phd in math at mit yes for the majority of my career actually in so how did that work out just like when did you do what as a a doctoral candidate around the football season well i was of trim say was i am a fulltime peachy soon at mit in i was fulltime the uh the entire time so there wasn't really any working around 100 to be done but obviously during football season you're not attending classes i assume i mean that's not possible right football's very fulltime jobs yes of yes of course is the natural question and i guess in some retired i'm allowed to say.
"brain damage" Discussed on Science Friday
"That's right uh he also won say that you know it the basis of all scientific research there is discovery also deal you know one wanting to know why things happen he he also said everything is increasing if you go into its deeply enough now is curiosity of something that we are born with you think people some people just more curious about stuff than others uh we definitely are born with it uh i mean there are many studies that have shown that uh the reza strong genetic component to curiosity and it is also the case that some people are more curious than others in the same way that you know some people have challenged the for music and others dont'a some people are smarter than others things of that nature so yes some people are curious than others but all people are curious with you know possible exception of people who are very very deeply depressed or have certain kinds of brain damage so you can actually see curiosity at work in the brain yes you can we couldn't always and in some time ago he couldn't do that but today you acuity can take people and put them you know through functional mri uh which uh images the brain and eat images the brain why did you make the people curious about something so you know white doesn't tell you everything infected tells you very little it still does tell you which areas of the brain are activated when we are curious man arthur different kinds of curiosity that you can tell from the brain.
"brain damage" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"If you if you gave your kid food that actually made his brain look different and act different and have brain damage i will be child abuse sale then why isn't this well i'll be honest pressure every time i talents let me go outside i got braindamaged coats of me and my friend so i will not every time you would have you do to get ranked you're always were roughhouse turned are jumping on each other jumping off walls whatever weirdo sniffing glue and around the globe okay well then on as one thing the meth around an accident there want emerged from that once in a while at bang ahead but like go to a place where the point of it is to bang ad and smashed into each other i don't know like you take a look get soccer i don't know depending on how you play the game you're right you got a draw the line somewhere where is it where is that line may be a very positive foot washing it foot isn't that weird to see little kids playing football little i don't know it seems like an awful organize a mechanize is the grass of activity for little kids the teach of teamwork there's other ways the delaware yeah i bet i can go back where he does agree about are hivpositive occur much a so out of your so your kids gonna say go ahead i know this is going to be the likely to cause brain damage sun but i want you to go ahead and do this if that's what he wants to do yet subel company love but what them there were okay and you're a good caller so i appreciate that what what if he wanted to jump out you know do the whole if you wanted to jump off a cliff would you let them do that is that your job to protect him from from stuff that he wants to do it is gonna give them brain damage well yeah what if he wants to circle the parents job to protect them but i wouldn't let him jump off a cliff without a parachute i'm not gonna let him play football without a helmet unparalleled okay so you're gonna say it's overboard to go ahead and bannon leave it like it is let the kids play let him play doggone it yeah well imply were on the.