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Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones Wants More Fans At Home Games: ‘I See A Continued Aggressive Approach’
"Jerry. Jones made some comments about attendance. Recently that i know caught your attention. Thirty seconds. Let's hear jerry jones kind of bragging about how many fans they've been able to have it cowboys games talking about how proud he is that the cowboys have about one third of the overall attendance in the nfl this year more than thirty thousand fans at their most recent strikes me as a little bit tone deaf in the current climate in texas. They're having over nine thousand new cases of covid nineteen hundred day one of the highest rates of any state in the country. There are people who have their family over for thanksgiving dinner and jerry's talking about having thirty thousand people in the stadium. Look on a conference. Call yesterday with doctor. Allen sills and other. Nfl officials they say the attendance decisions are being made safely in consultation with local and state officials. Which is great if that's true but it doesn't seem like the right thing to be bragging about right
"doctor allen" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Throughout your body and I think this is the ultimate combination now remember mark as we said the energy in your body is converted by co Q. ten add to that the benefits of rest Vera trawl this combination it is on beatable and indeed you get as my students said this real advantage it's interesting we're talk with doctor Allen Pressman out thank you president tell me more about the consequences of being co Q. ten deficient yeah well that's really interesting you know one of the assignments I gave my class awhile ago was to create a co Q. ten deficiency questionnaire in other words if you're gonna give a patient a questionnaire to determine whether or not they had a co Q. ten deficiency what questions would be on the questionnaire well the first thing every he agreed on in class with a feeling of being run down feeling fatigue you know I hear I'm running out of gas I've got an energy crunch my batteries are a lot you know like that so basically a lack of energy a lack of stamina and remember we need a constant supply of energy to live and to thrive and co Q. ten is the key nutrients involved in energy production but the point is you don't have to have these symptoms to supplement keep in mind that co Q. ten is crucial for your general energy production and as we said it diminishes as we age again we talk with doctor Allen press with no I want you to have a pencil and a paper and a pen handy if your listing we're gonna give out a phone number here in just a few minutes here any products has a tremendous offer on their new co cute with reserve Vera troll formula and I'm gonna give out that information in a few minutes so get a pencil or pen ready right now let's continue with our discussion with doctor Allen Pressman now I know you've used and recommended coke you ten to patients your patience for decades in your practice but now the story gets better.
"doctor allen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"For ethics doctor Allen what's involved here so the big picture is we need a massive ramp up of the testing tracing and supported isolation so finding people who are positive for Kobe tracing the contacts warning their contacts making sure they get tested then when people have to be isolated and treated okay be supported and that their strong protection get your packages you have access to groceries and so forth what does it mean to ramp up like that it means go really big it means five million times a day not where we've been and which is more along the lines about four hundred thousand to each race is really big ramp up in the moment her can't do America to really show up and but self to work this is a lot bigger than say just getting everyone's temperature taken at the door before they walk into the office this is bigger than this disease containment disease suppression so really it's about identifying who has instructions so that they can be treated and isolated prior to spreading it I'm one of the biggest challenges with program is the number of people who are asymptomatic carriers and so one of the things we've all been really bang our heads against is the fact that the CDC guidance is still that tests should just be for symptomatic people that means you got a whole lot of people out there spreading the matter surrounded we have been able to do anything about it so far it's been about three months since the country's been living with corona virus and we've tested one percent of the population is this doable everybody's worried is doable the question is not whether it is just how is it doable and they really two parts to the how there's an existing supply chain for testing and has a lot of choke points even with its existing checkpoints it could definitely ramped up capacity we ought to be able to get up to two million a day if we can get on with some serious coordination driven by the federal government and federal procurement in addition there's innovation pathway to scaling up even further so one of the biggest one is really just a swarm take up people's noses and the fact that he sticks warms up people's noses everybody involved has to give personal protective equipment PPE and I just got to be a really big complicated enterprise the good news is that just this past week bankers was approved for a stress test and others been tested in the work so we actually have a way of doing testing that doesn't require PP I'm not should permit a pathway to ramble what you're describing is also going to take a spirit in the country which at times especially politically seems to to be missing yeah this disease knock us off track we do need leadership we need at all places salvageable for the federal government the White House and Congress either the White House or Congress can set up this kind of testing supply board the governors are going to have to sketch out testing grounds mistakes and build out frameworks that really in bad civil liberties protections nondiscrimination protections labor protections Marissa county public health officials have to jump in and contribute to it is a moment for national unity and for gather together and that kind of can do American spirit Daniel Allen at Harvard University with a plan that unfolds in four stages by June all the central workers get.
"doctor allen" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Doctor Allen what's involved here so the big picture is we need a massive ramp up testing tracing unsupported isolation so finding people who are positive for Kobe tracing the contacts warning their contacts making sure they get tested then when people have to going to quarantine if or be isolated and be treated okay be supported and backed up their strong protection that care packages you have access to groceries and so forth during that period of isolation what does it mean to ramp up like that it means go really big it means five million times a day not where we've been which is more along the lines about four hundred thousand a week right really big ramp up in the moment her can't do America to really show up and put itself to work it almost sounds like you're describing a Marshall Plan for the United States the Marshall Plan you could also think of it as Eisenhower's highway infrastructure building all those great roads all the roads all across the country I mean this is really gonna take everybody's we give the federal government but there's room for state governments admissible for city and county leaders and officials so at the end of the day that contact racing is going to be something that happens on the local level and this is a lot bigger than say just getting everyone's temperature taken at the door before they walk into the office this is this is about disease containment disease suppression so really it's about identifying who has instructions so that they can be treated and isolated prior to spreading it I'm one of the biggest challenges with program is the number of people who are asymptomatic carriers so the estimates are ranging on that so it's hard to zero in on a number but twenty to forty percent of people who have the virus are a symptomatic as a one of the things we've all been really Sir bang our heads against is the fact that the CDC guidance is still that tests should just be for symptomatic people that means you got a whole lot of people out there spreading the virus around we have been able to do anything about it so far it's been about three months since the country's been living with corona virus and we've tested one percent of the population is this doable it's absolutely doable I mean it's an interesting thing that everybody sort of worried is doable the question is not whether it is just how is it doable that's the question you should be asking and they're really two parts to the how so there's an existing supply chain for testing and has a lot of choke points even with its existing checkpoints it could definitely ramped up capacity so with the existing supply chain people who makes lots of people who do that processing of tests and so forth we ought to be able to get up to two million a day if we organize it well if we kick in with some serious coordination driven by the federal government and federal procurement in addition innovation pathway to scaling up even further so one of the biggest point is really just a swamp up people's noses and the fact that he sticks warms up people's noses everybody involved has to give personal protective equipment PPE and I just got to be a really big complicated enterprise the good news is that just this past week rockers was approved for a state test and others been tested in the work so we are still have a way of doing testing that doesn't require PP I'm not should permit a pathway to ramp up but again it's going to need investment in coordination from the federal government to take those things are technologically possible and real already and scale them up to the level of mass production and mass distribution speaking of investment how much is this going to cost when we think about costs that start by remembering what the current situation is costing us so collective social distancing collecting quarantine is costing us three hundred and fifty billion dollars a month okay got about seven thirty billion a month and we've seen a massive unemployment numbers what will this cost fifteen billion a month okay so over two years of doing this you can imagine that would have to spend somewhere between a hundred and three hundred billion sent hundreds of billion over two years as opposed to what we're currently losing three hundred and fifty billion a month's cost decider physical cost aside what you're describing though is also going to take a spirit in the country which at times especially politically seems to to be missing yeah this disease knock us off there's just no question that sort of you know we're all part of football team where we feel like keep players and that concussions ourselves included yeah he's taken us by surprise it's taken us a while to get in here get our thinking going again so forth we do need leadership we need at all places so there's a role for the federal government the White House and Congress either the White House or Congress can set up this kind of testing supply board governors are going to have to sketch out testing parents mistakes and build out frameworks that really in bad civil liberties protections nondiscrimination protections labor protections also thanks to make sure that these programs are fair and equitable and liver health and well being rather society and then as I said mayors county public health officials have to jump in and contribute to you know we just have to get past sort of blaming and finger pointing and be ready to pull together it is a moment for national unity and for gather together and that kind of can do American spirit Daniel Allen at Harvard University with a plan that unfolds in four stages by June all the central workers get tested by July seventy percent of the population goes back to work by August it's up to eighty percent and the lockdown fully ends by March of next year and it cannot come too soon since coronavirus this requires the kind of social isolation that we are now learning carries its own devastating health consequences there's been an eight hundred percent increase in calls and text messages to suicide hotlines we're joined from Columbia University now by Dr Kelly Posner Kristin however who's been recognized by the defense department for her work on suicide prevention social distancing and self isolation may be needed to control the virus Dr but they've unintended consequences for mental health we cannot overstate the importance of this issue now the good news is that social distancing it does not have to be mean social isolation or being isolated emotionally did you know that there was a study that showed that loneliness is equivalent to smoking fifteen cigarettes a day it can actually be more lethal than heart disease and obesity so right now the the risk that isolation brings is really tremendous but it's something that we know how to mitigate everybody can be part of this part of the solution and I think the most important thing we need to understand is that connecting it looks very different than our usual connecting but we can still be there for each other the solution can be as simple as simply calling somebody up and asking how you doing well it's not simply checking up on people that's the first thing we need to do right we need to find the people who are suffering we need to connect and make them feel connected because not feeling connected and feeling lonely and isolated is one of the things that makes them feel more stressed but we also have to connect them to the care that they need right we have to invest in mental health resources and now with the with all the you know understandably super focus in emergency rooms except on on on the illness on the pandemic these things get get pushed aside and eighty percent of the tax come from people feeling lonely and isolated seventy four percent said it's because of the uncertainty sixty seven percent because of the loss of routine and you know that's something you can address a little bit forty percent financial distress forty four percent fear about their loved ones because now we're going to have to deal with grief as well right but eighty four percent of the people who texted were identified as essential workers it's okay to ask people wanna be asked and we have to normalize that so we can find people and and again connect them to the help they need and make sure that we continue the the psychiatric and psychological support that they needed before to take care of each other and mitigate this is very concerning increase in in an understandable increasing people's mental health needs Columbia University psychiatry professor Dr Kelly Posner Kristin Haber on the mental health crisis exacerbated by the coronavirus crisis our chief.
Coronavirus testing must double or triple before U.S. can safely reopen, experts say
"Corona virus is still overwhelming the American healthcare system. But here at the start of a new week there is a growing focus on recovery and what it would take to get us out of the house back to work back to school. Back to shaking hands again. A panel of four dozen economists social scientists lawyers and ethicists agree now. The country must dramatically increased testing before any reopening can safely occur. It's all part of what this bipartisan. Blue Ribbon panel calls a roadmap to pandemic resilience. Danielle Allen is a lead author and she joins us now from Harvard's Shafran Center for Ethics Doctor Allen. What's involved here so big picture is we need a massive ramp-up of testing tracing unsupported isolation so finding people who are positive for coveted tracing their contacts warning their context making sure they get tested when people have to go into quarantine or be isolated retreated. They'd be supported There's job protection that care packages yet access to countries and so forth during that period of isolation what does it mean to ramp up like that it means go really big It means five million tests a day. Not where we've been which is more about four hundred thousand two week right since really talking about big ramp up. Its moment for Candu America to really show up and missile to work. It almost sounds like you're describing a Marshall Plan for the United States. You can think of it as a Marshall Plan you could also think of it as Eisenhower's highway infrastructure Building all those roads reds across the country and this is really going to take. Everybody said we need the federal government but as for state governments and there's a role for city and county leaders and officials so at the end of the day. Contact tracing is going to be something happens on a local level and this is a lot bigger than say just getting everyone's temperature taken at the door before they walk into the office. This is bigger than that. This is about a disease containment disease suppression so really. It's about identifying who has the infection so that they can be treated and isolated prior to spreading it. One of the biggest challenges with Kobe is the number of people who are asymptomatic carriers so estimates are ranging Hard to zero in on a number but twenty to forty percents of people who have the virus are asymptomatic as one of the things. We've all been really surveying our heads against is the fact that the guidance instill that tests should just be symptomatic people. That means you've got a whole lot of people out there spreading virus around. We haven't been able to do anything about it so far. It's been about three months since the country's been living with Corona virus and we've tested one percent of the population. Is this doable? It's absolutely terrible. I mean it's an interesting thing that everybody's worried it's doable. The question is not whether it is just. How is it doable? That sequestering should be asking and they're really two parts to the how so there's an existing supply chain for testing and has a lot of choke points even with its existing choke points it could definitely ramp up capacity so with the existing supply chain of people who make swabs people who do the processing of tasks and so forth. We ought to be able to get up to two million a day if we organize it. Well if we kick in with some serious coordination driven by the Federal Government and federal procurement in addition though there's an innovation pathway to scaling up even further so one of the biggest choke points is really just swabs go up people's noses and the fact that when you stick swaps up people's noses. Everybody involved has to personal protective equipment. P. p. e. A mattress gets to be a really bad complicated enterprise. The good news is that just this past week. Rutgers was approved for a test and there are other spin tests in the work so we ought to be able to have a way of doing testing. Doesn't require P P. I'm a match and permit a pathway to ramp up but again that's GonNa need. Investment in coordination from the Federal Government's. Take those things that are technologically possible and real already and scale them up to the level of mass production and mass distribution speaking of investment. How much is this going to cost? Well when we think about costs let's start by remembering what the current situation is costing us so collective social distancing collected quarantine is costing US three hundred and fifty billion dollars a month. Okay got him over that three hundred fifty billion a month and we see the massive unemployment numbers. What will this cost fifteen billion a month? Okay so over two years of doing this. You can imagine that we'd have to spend somewhere between a hundred and three hundred billion so hundred to three hundred billion over two years as opposed to what we're currently losing three hundred and fifty billion a month's
"doctor allen" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"And doctor Allen we want to thank you for joining us today I know you're gonna help a lot of folks in central Florida today in we appreciate you coming on thanks so much doctor they stopped good to be here yes and Jean Webster joins me as well and I I think that Dr the thing that I hear most often during this particular time period that we're going through right now is how do we stay informed without panicking right a lot of folks at home right now and all they do is watch cable news outlets all day long and that can be stressful unto itself so how do folks remain informed and yet not panic doc and it is something that is very fine line because we do need to BM frame form in order to decrease or Fairfax is very important to help us through but one of the recommendation is to try to identify one source of information and make sure that we are not the engine on it too much for him information is very important for us to get factual information each day but we need to put a limit on the amount of information or else it can become very overwhelming and it the same instrument that should help us to get that factual information and that way we can have a rational way of approaching or problems can make us going into a panic and despair lord knows we're dealing with overwhelming information at times out there doctor Allen and and there are some folks look I mean I even felt it feeling anxious you know what I mean because we've never really gone through this as a nation before now the last time was what nineteen seventeen nineteen eighteen with the Spanish flu but there are a lot of anxious people out there what what is your advice for those folks who are right experience and some eggs IT right now yeah I think you you brought up a very important point in it the first thing is to recognize that anxiety is part of our daily emotions that we can experience but granted now we have this major event that we are dealing with that it's totally unprecedented and none of us have had this this type of experience at a global level before in our in our lifetime and it's very important to a practice one day this guy was this a reality oriented orientation where we are experience in that the symptoms of anxiety and for that matter will use symptoms if you are experiencing symptoms that you can see that you think you might have this pirates are or are not it is very important to make that reality check because from day to day if we experience different symptoms that comes beer headaches are changes where they feel a little bit of a dry throat but now given all the information that we have this gets magnified so it's very important to provide that reality orientation and make sure that yes these symptoms that you're experiencing is tough and complex of fear day to day living you have experience with symptom before B. B. for another is I'm trying to practice some form of meditation on a daily basis I think more than ever now we we we needed and there are different type of be at breed and relaxation techniques that is important to incorporate to our life and if you were doing it before now is a good time to get that restarted and another part and and I know with the social basins and it's more challenging is that if you have a trusted person that is someone that you consider that sorts of of calm comfort trying to reach out to that of a person but it's very important to start by recognize in bed yes the this is an emotion that we experience everyone is probably experiencing it but there are ways of how to approach it and make sure that it does not reach that point where it becomes overwhelming are irrational okay doctor well we have a unique opportunity here on news ninety six point five W. D. BO today we have Dr Louise Alan of advent health with this ISIS psychiatrist there at advent held and if you're concerned about your own mental help somebody else's mental health we've we've talked about physical health and financial health.
"doctor allen" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And tricks throughout the week and were always available to help it says that you serve over seventy five thousand CPS students ensuring that they graduate you know and I know you're not necessarily the person that that does all the PR necessarily but I mean I imagine the stats are overwhelming the kids they get a little extra help to help fill in the gap the the graduation rates must be extremely higher than the than the than the main there are our graduation rates are over ninety percent and these are children that you will be there the expectation that they're going to graduate because they have all of these challenges barriers ahead of them it's amazing it's amazing the work that they put into it but our staff but they do it and again it's just to make sure they have everything they need that they have a fighting chance to get from K. through twelve and then graduate to become successful doctor Allen thanks so much for N. as we really appreciate it thank you so much I appreciate being on your job and by the way your stories like a sit com waiting to happen so please let us know what happens when the twenty one year old movies back at like at that is just that's a weird age for someone to be back I moved back in with my parents for a brief time when I was like twenty six but it wasn't a quarantine time I could still use nine thousand I was a little bit older I worked a job they were just kind of help me out pay some rent for a little bit the man he's got the freedoms of college that he's got under his belt yeah right because I would like I like I said maybe you're having some bonding over I don't know of beer to or why I don't know that I'm not sure I've too much in your world here's the irony is that he's actually a kid that takes them and they'll be graduating and going into some service with the navy for him he's basically telling me that he's practicing for sub service and that's why he stays in his room and as we talked all right well you get mean that someone threw right you got to get used to these really small confined spaces but he needs to come out and talk to my wallet can come on yes he does and I hope you will not once this get a little bit louder I'm sure again we're all in the world a small corner all right doctor Allen thanks so much for your time thank you so much John I love talking to experts who are also live in what they're doing doctor Allen is it just buried in a book and telling you how to live your life she's gone through it herself and has a twenty one year old back at home well that's got to be interesting I bet there's some good stories out there to let us know three one two ninety one seventy two hundred are you hunkering down with people that maybe you didn't expect to be how is that going we've got a couple texts are stating I I'd that they had moved in back in with their parents because their parents are a little bit older and they're helping them out and that we were already getting calls last week or the week before some conflicts warming up before they even moved in three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred Julia hunker down with how's that going for you love to get some of that also gonna talk to Karen Conti and more on WGM coming.
"doctor allen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Great guy and if your friend of doctor Allen Cole you tops in my book that's for sure thank you again appreciate it maybe you could send him an email and and maybe what we talked about earlier okay your Bogart having services or something like that like a little spark in him yeah well I I would be very surprised because I I I think I I know I know doctor call really well and yeah I think that they would be the last people who at this point of time particularly as a great medical facility every time I walk in there its bottlers you could eat eat off the you off before you do a great job there so thanks Joe I appreciate it and lets some let's keep it rolling okay thank you Dan I appreciate everything you have a great night Coolidge building maintenance ladies and gentlemen check them out I don't fault them and if you need a reliable experienced local business Coolidge building maintenance office cleaners thanks so much Joe talk to you later six one seven eight six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine to nineteen thirty I think I owe you break rob correct yes okay we'll take a quick break and we'll come right back if you wanna join the conversation you have the numbers these are the stories we're going to be dealing with in the next you know hopefully for just a couple weeks maybe a few weeks we'll get through this this is north America's back porch we're here for you simple as that and if you're a new listener please let us know your first time caller we love to welcome you to the to the program as a call my name's Dan right this is not site ninety.
"doctor allen" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"He ate in the letter you know there's this big downhill guy who can go out and get that that that that you can make five plays the local game and I'm not saying that would be a bad pick but I think right now with this offer these bills to deal with what doctor Allen is doing bath is growing in the ability to complete path to shorten the media and for that you guys that can separate that is the biggest thing that they should look at that a five speed is great always great always but if you have guys that can separate I think those are the kind of guy that this office should be looking for that is John ledger from the pewter report but the bills the draft action going to talk about one of the receivers to a number of mock drafts have going to the bills in round one the discussion all junior from Colorado we'll talk about that an hour from now with mark Johnson longtime play by play voice of the Colorado buffaloes thanks for hanging out with us Jeremy's on vacation sal's sit in with us today eight oh three oh five fifty Hey coming up at eight thirty will have a Rachel's reveal one of the celebrities you not roasting but one of the celebrities who will be on hand for the roast of Eric what it so that's coming up you know odds are you won't be on time but some around eight thirty this morning Hey at least I don't I don't sugar coat things now you're right and look your very self aware Howard you save it you know what's more maddening than anything else in this world inconsistency I am consistent you know exactly what to expect from the show we're gonna go late to the Braves right we're gonna come back late for headlines and everything is you know we have the reverse of Tom Coughlin right where the rule that if you're five minutes early or late for a meeting that's right you can you know just be five minutes late all the time and expect that for us to be on time Hey I a couple years ago you guys the we started with the liners you're listening to the late for the break show right and I'm not kidding you someone actually asked me did they really change the name of that should help it's just it's funny because they're always like the Brady optionally get diaries if someone writes late for the break G. R. gets credited how every week you should you should should copy right absolutely copyright theft later del reed come up for that that's a great idea for charity picture of Jeremy and I on the lake right that is a great idea actually tell if you're listening what a great idea great you want in on this you're getting a well no see you know what okay now are you losing your your idea later the break the picture of me because I'm always on back here looking at you guys yes that's right it's true that break that's why he can't go on the tee shirt why because you're you yell at us for being late tonight so now what you're doing and if you want you are you are angry at us to be late for the break but when it comes to getting into the notoriety portion of it now you want your face all yeah what you could have is just waving his finger at you guys like wagging his finger like get you don't get to the breakup with ex things through it like to do with you know no doubt about it the read slash our our new show picture should just be me in the background just like crossing my arms looking really angrily at both of you while you're just like smiling just given like here is like regular login do like it's that instigator photo of rebellion Peters that they run on the Sabres telecasts when they're back to back pretty much yes you can have the Rivera look on your face that always angry look that he's got the funny thing is you know what it's it's amazing Mike okay yeah we're late because we just keep talking and we just never pay attention when we're supposed to go to price oblique way I do have actual theory on this though it is it that gives a logical explanation but the funny thing is the irony is when I become a listener like now I don't think about it because I'm just doing the show right when I am a listener whatever show you instigators show open the bold OR I know the clock yeah and if I'm like Mike why why and your Chris not supposed to be a break or I might get a goal I'll hear the headlines just in time to scribble turn on there like we're still the commercial break where that line now that's right I do I am I get annoyed when they go late for the break because they're off the clock that I know they're supposed to be on and yet when I'm on the arsenal way bigger offender all my way bigger right but here's the reason I do what again were consistent we do it all the time I think it's partly because of the cherry city now here let me paint a picture for studio where Howard sets you are your your eye sight you do not have a clock directly in your eye sight okay where I said I'm in Germany spot there is a clock right above my eyes and you'll draw following rob with that what does come around to my side of the skull you have a go around to my side of the screen okay what is what do you see on the site there goes my theory yeah see what I do is I go to time dot gov every morning and I have forget it this is Lee the screen is a clock that tells me I always thought eight ten forty four forty five forty six it doesn't matter which clock he's looking at he's still always late it's amazing because if you sit in this chair this is the Mike shop chair and the journey what yours are already know this job and build a gin yours right sitting here there is a letter that clock right above my correct size correct where you are there is no clock unless you look at a computer there's also right there's on both computers the call that's amazing lock in that okay well then forget I was trying to back us try to help you out now but forget it no I don't do it it's the there's no excuse Hey I far be it from me to promote stuff but for myself but I will here because I've never done that before I've been podcasting a little bit more lately south sports and stuff is the podcast yeah radio dot com obviously but you know I just want people to head over there if they can go to sell sports and stuff whether it's iTunes Spotify however you live I think Spotify like what never whatever your your your your podcasting platform is there's so many out there now sell sports and stuff a couple weeks ago I did the whole thing about Kobe and and grief and death and just kind of talk through that with people with myself really in in you out there I try to keep everything to a half hour last just did one last we just got a whole bunch of topics bills related Major League Baseball Mookie Betts getting traded NBA trade deadline so go check it out we've been promoting these podcasts and extra audio for you and that's the way to do it at radio dot com WGR five fifty dot com you can find it there and I would love if you could subscribe to everybody I tunes is where you can find it subscribe to it also on our website so I mention Philip rivers and I also want to time permitting get into a quick Greg Olsen discussion because it sounds like he's going to have a decision by the end of the week Philip rivers is now an X. charger but Philip rivers tells the Los Angeles Times he still wants to play for two more years he is coming off his worst season as a pro at the very least worst when you measure his touchdown to interception ratio which was a plus three does Philip rivers have game left or is he any like manning stage were you could tell you like Hey man thanks but yeah you think it should be done I think Phil has some game left I don't think it's the kind of game they can carry an organization to a championship where I think at one point his career he was in that mold although he never got there obviously right yep I think the biggest key for Philip rivers is to go to a place that has a good offense of line and there is one spot that really makes a lot of sense for him and that is the Indianapolis Colts they were a very good office of line they could protect him Frank Reich what's his offense of coordinator with the Chargers and Nick Sirianni who's now the office of coordinator for the colts what's his quarterbacks coach for the Chargers by the way Nick Sirianni western New York native but I think that would be the scenario that maybe could get him to be the guy that could challenge again like maybe he did a few years ago or at points this career for any of the championship I don't know if you get there enough it could be the cheese whatever yeah but I do think that would be the best spot for him to not have that opportunity however Howard his own skills I do think have diminished yeah they were women yeah and and I and I and I think that it would have to be balanced out by that and they'd really have to make sure they don't put him in a position where they're just asking him to carry the offense I thought to I think was Steve young was on they played a clip from Steve young you must but I'm one of the ESPN networks and they they played a clip on the show before us and it's not there a couple instantaneous deve young talking about you know rivers he's always had the kind of funky delivery and all this other stuff but now his arm you can clearly see his arm strength has diminished and it got to the point last season where he was gambling so much and he was throwing interceptions and he was if not losing games for them taking away the possibility of a fourth quarter comeback you know he threw hit some horrible fourth quarter for them last year in some close games whether it was with the lead or maybe one possession trailing he became the guy that was costing them football games and so for me like I looked at him and thought about Eli manning like I thought all man he's done like wow this was the hit the wall season for Philip rivers if you're the cult's let's say you're right by the way what the call to be doing it isn't even is probably not even as much about a FC championship but can you get us back in the playoffs the colts two years ago were Darling team like Frank right came in and you know this team went to the playoffs and they were a team of a seemingly on the rise and then Andrew luck retires Jacoby recette comes in and you miss the plastic is Jacoby recess not that good a quarterback if you get if you're the colts my guess is if you're thinking about rivers it's just he can get it back in the playoffs I don't know about contender but where they were two years ago what happened last year they would think okay we're gonna take a step back up and well we'll have a legitimate shot that these be in the playoffs with Philip river and then it in then obviously the triggers even more which will be present I mean like where do we go right right hand I'm not sure he's good enough to start in this league I'm gonna I'm gonna invite everybody and ask you to go to and click on the the whatever I know what it's not a story the carousel type of peace the bill Barnwell put together for ESPN it's really fascinating it's amazing it's really good and what it is is it's an interactive I don't want to call the game it's it is a game it's weird I think they've done this before that was yeah yeah pick on a guy in there you guys got a player let's say it's cam Newton and he's not afraid and it's a trade but you pick on each player Brady newt whoever comes up on this feature and there are three choices that yeah what team you want them to go to and then they go in it literally puts him in that uniform you pick.
"doctor allen" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Doctor Allen Faulkner net cage the aids Honolulu. station. former police officer found guilty of murder I'm Lisa Brady fox news the verdict on day two of deliberations in the Dallas trial of a former officer who killed a neighbor boxes Jeff man also has more live Lisa after six days of witness testimony a Dallas jury finding thirty one year old former officer amber Geiger guilty of murder police officers are going to begin to be held accountable for their actions and we believe that that will begin to change policing culture all over the world Lee merited tourney for the family of awesome show on the twenty six year old man who was shot and killed last year after Geiger mistook his apartment for hers the former officer tearfully testifying Friday that it was a mistake she's now facing up to life in prison when she sentenced Lisa thanks Jeff the jury did have the option to consider a lesser count of manslaughter the F. C. C.'s decision to dump so called net neutrality rules holds up in a federal appeals court boxes Gunnell Scott his this slide release the two years ago the FCC roll back the Obama here rules restricting internet service providers from blocking or pushing certain sites or apps today a federal judge while supporting that decision also ruled the commission cannot dictate rules individual states choose to set that will allow states like California they formulated their own net neutrality guidelines to enforce them until now in the state could not run counter their rules to the FCC an FCC commissioner who supported net neutrality said the agency called made a mess with the roll back which she says threatens public safety Lisa thanks colonel supporters say that phone and cable companies should not be able to interfere with internet traffic without these rules they technically can as long as they disclose it. because listening to fox. starting now. turn right at fortress mountain. now. too low at Utah. continue on the great north American test drive run with us on a John Deere Gator excuse me a thirty five with our quietest cab ever end optional heating AC and a four wheel independent suspension it's built to run where no one else can nothing runs like a Deere search John Deere Gator for more..
Overcoming Social Anxiety
"It shouldn't be surprised that so many of suffer from social anxiety or at least in some situations we've felt uncomfortable awkward nervous or even anxious even those of us who are really outgoing and love people and and love to be in social settings have certain situations where it can be uncomfortable so let's talk about the different types of social anxiety. I because you might not not even realized that's going on with you now. Some people can have social anxiety when they're around strangers or a big group of people people that they don't the people that they fear are going to judge them while others might experience social anxiety around people they know it certainly not uncommon to feel bill when were with someone in our family who just stirs up all of those emotions so let's talk about what social anxiety is it means. We're socializing right so that could be with family or can be with strangers. It could be an alarm setting can be in an intimate setting but we're socializing and we have anxiety now. If you break it down in those very simplistic terms you can understand how there are certain family members right like you around your aunt or your mom or maybe Abia sister that you don't see very often because you're estranged and it makes you anxious. The thought of spending time with them stirs up a little bit of panic or or nervousness or you just feel uncomfortable. That's an example of social anxiety. Social anxiety might be in the form of physical reaction so whenever I never someone calls upon you and you have to speak publicly maybe even at a dinner party or in a larger group your face will turn red and you'll feel flustered. Mustard your hands and palms sweat and you lose your train of thought your loss for words. Maybe you love public speaking like put you on a stage in front of ten thousand people and you're gonNA shine you feel confident and secure no self doubt but man you get off stage and you have to have a one on one conversation. Station was someone who was just sitting in the audience and you immediately feel uncomfortable. You feel nervous. You feel anxious. You feel like oh my gosh. Am I going to mess this up. Are they going to find find out that I don't know as much as I do or am I going to say the wrong thing my going to give them the wrong impression so the anxiety that's a feeling and feelings are are the result of beliefs feelings are not necessarily facts and oftentimes our feelings have very little to do with facts and everything to do with our our beliefs are feelings are usually a matter of our own perception and just to be clear having social anxiety is different or I should say it's separate separate from being shy or being an introvert or an extrovert remember being an introvert or an extrovert really is a matter of how you feel energized is. Some people feel more energized around. People and other people feel more energized when they're by themselves. I'm over simplifying things for this episode but generally speaking I want you to know that anyone can have social anxiety and you can have social anxiety that specific to specific situations just because you have social anxiety diety in certain social situations doesn't necessarily make you a shy person. It doesn't make you a bad person. It doesn't mean the you're insecure but it does mean that that particular situation makes you feel less secure and even a very confident individual can experience some some social anxiety or insecurities in that particular situation. I use myself as an example and try to use as many other people's examples here to today okay so that maybe you'll hear your own situation. It will give you some ideas of how you can solve this for yourself. I'm an outgoing person. I'm also what I consider an outgoing knowing introvert. I love being social settings. I love people but I also need a certain amount of time to be alone by myself. I need to daydream. I need to think obviously you've heard me talk recently a lot about my attention deficit disorder and you know because of that. I've learned different ways to kind of manage. My Energy and management management focus however even confident individual in certain social settings. I can feel insecure meeting. I feel uncertain written. I don't know what's going to happen. I don't feel good about how I might be making. Another person feels so for me. It's less about worrying that they're thinking thinking. I'm dumb or thinking that I'm not enough more so I worry that I'm going to disappoint someone that I won't say the right thing to make them feel feel comfortable or that. I'll say too much or that. I'm overbearing and dominate the conversation so it's a fear that I'm going to do it wrong. I'm GonNa disappoint someone for others that social anxiety might be a fear or a worry and anxiety that comes up around your physical appearance at Gosh. Maybe I'm not young enough pretty enough tall tall enough than enough all of the you know physical things that we often get an our own head over and we get in our head because we tend to tell ourselves stories stories and these stories. We attach our ego to them. We attach our identity to them. They become beliefs and with most beliefs what we we then do subconsciously is recreate situations where we can affirm our belief even though we're doing this subconsciously so say for example example. I'm uncomfortable when I'm in a very small group of individuals that I've never met before and I'm having all these insecurities. Gosh would whatever I say the wrong thing. Where if I don't make them feel comfortable would if they think I'm full of my so we're facing. I'm not nice where if they think I'm too talkative. You know all these things go through my head so if I'm feeling those things am invited to a party and I'm thinking those things right. That's my subconscious belief and I'm like that. I already start telling myself that I don't WanNa go. I'm already telling myself that it's going to turn out a certain way because I have a belief about the way it's going to turn out then unknowingly. I go to the Party and I'll do things that support a knowingly my belief so I might stay off to the side. I might show up late so that I don't don't have to interact. I might then leave early so I don't have to have that interaction and I might have as few interactions as possible and now I'm leaving that party or leaving thing that event and saying to myself see I didn't really meet anyone. It was very awkward and it was awkward because I walked in thinking of it that way and I I think Gosh I didn't make any connections with people so you see that's how social settings or social events are there awkward and therefore I have unknowingly created an experience that provides evidence of my false belief if say for example bowl you are the way you cope with your social anxiety. Is You cross your arms and you have this body language that tells the world like you. Don't WanNa talk to me because I'm going. GonNa say something really dumb. I'M GONNA stick my foot my mouth. I'm GonNa Forget what it was. I was going to say and I'm GonNa make a fool of myself so I'm going to avoid making a fool of myself by not saying anything but I keep saying this over and over my head like if you talk you're GonNa make a fool of yourself. You're GonNa Forget your words and then what happens you follow through on your beliefs chiefs because of consciously. We want to prove ourselves right. We don't realize we're doing this but it's important that we hold onto our beliefs even the false. I believe we have that. Don't serve US so truthfully. Step one is to just be aware that we are creating this this reality with our own perception. It's not the facts it's our feelings and our feelings are based on our beliefs so the best thing you can do is be aware be self aware ask yourself. Are Any of these things true now. Go goes up further and say. Can I be a hundred percent. Certain these things are true like say for example. You need ask yourself. Is it true that when I am asked a question or I'm in a social setting that people think that I'm an idiot or that I always lose my words and if you say yes that's true then ask yourself. Am I one one hundred percent certain that it's true and I doubt you'll be able to say yes so then you want to go a little further and ask yourself. Where did this come from. Why is that I feel this way. When was the very first time I remember experiencing this and what brought it on and that's just step one like understanding ending. What situations 'cause you social anxiety. And where do you think it stems from. Could it be that your parents labeled you. As shy or the your parents parents did all the talking for you. which gave you the belief that you couldn't handle yourself in social settings like so just dig a little further further in you may uncover you may not step two is to recognize the things you do as kind of security mechanism? Dr Doctor Allen Hendrix calls this your security behaviors. I like to think of them as security blanket behaviors because it's almost like you are wearing wearing a blanket over yourself when you engage in these quote unquote security behaviors an example that might be someone who is awkward when you you see them in the way that they don't shut up you know that's another form of social anxiety is that person who they can't handle a moment of silence silence so when they meet new people that Lula logistical a million miles per hour and their energy so high that it's just it's really uncomfortable well. No one else can get a word in they are afraid of silence who knows what they're really afraid of but that's their security mechanism right that's their security behavior behavior and it almost acts like a security blanket that they're throwing over themselves another example that might be that when you're in a social setting like again your face turns it's red and you sweat and you cross your arms and you back away from people right and you make certain that you're sending off the vibe or the body language that you don't want who engage or maybe your technique is to pretend you're on your phone. Not Make eye contact be unfriendly so that people don't talk to you. Maybe your security security blanket behavior is alcohol or recreational drug like maybe of take a valium or you take a glass of wine or a shot of vodka and you're doing back to mask your feelings you doing it actually to Numb your feelings and that's become your security blanket so it's like you're throwing a blanket over yourself self now. Here's what we do know about those behaviors as reported by Dr Ellen Hendrix by wish you got a great podcast about social anxiety Zayed's too. You might check that out. I read her book sometime last year of course now at the moment while I'm thinking about I can't think of the title of it but we'll look it up and we'll put it in the show notes. Dr Hendrik suggests that when we surveyed people who engage with those who regularly practiced these security pretty blanket behaviors that when they removed them when they just were aware of them and just didn't do the thing wherever that wasn't rambling or drinking before the event or being shy like whatever the thing is that you do when you're socially awkward when they literally just dropped it cold Turkey respondents respondents said that those individuals were much more comfortable to be around and it doesn't take doctor to figure out why that would be when we dropped the securities when we dropped the blanket now we can be ourselves. Everyone is more comfortable when we can be ourselves around and other people. You're more authentic. Authenticity allows us to trust people. It allows us to connect with people. It allows us to know someone. It's difficult to ever feel like we know someone who's not being authentic because we all have pretty good radar for that and when we're feeling anxious it's hard for us to be authentic and we have to be aware of these behaviors that we engage in so that we can drop them because I know I want to be someone that others are really really comfortable
"doctor allen" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Let's go right back to the phones for doctor Allen go boards we talk the science of the soul on the wildcard line are lean is checking in from Alberta Canada Arlene welcome. thank you Richard and Dr the bore if I want to invite healing into my cell is it enough to visualize or meditate on love and light or do I have to go through hypnotherapy or make rations the question. with the war if you meditate in the light are you saying that the imagery of white gold on your life and imagine your March with the life and and meditate that there it could work it depends on the issue is your address thing on the complex because of health issues or whatever issues you have some may require optimization of believe suggestion hypnosis suggestion therapy in order to replace somebody you may have there that three then the healing. and the others may run now require past life regression black is the root cause of that problem and completely release if it a past life issue it's not gonna go away with meditating in the light because of those issues are just to reminders that you need to become aware of some things that you did in the past and completely change that situation change what you've extracted from it. it is an opportunity to elevate to grow vibration and evolve as the consciousness and as a result it's not gonna be removed by the light because the fifty is that it takes away your opportunity to grow so I would suggest still connected with the hypnotherapist aisles offer.
"doctor allen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Let's go right back to the phones for doctor Allen go boards we talk the science of the soul on the wildcard line are lean is checking in from Alberta Canada Arlene welcome. thank you Richard and Dr the board if I want to invite healing into my cell is it enough to visualize or meditate on non and light or do I really have to go through hypnotherapy or make rations the question. with the war if you meditate in the light are you saying that the imagery of why two gold on your life and imagine your marriage with the lights and and meditate that there it's good to work it depends on the issue is your address thing on the complex because of health issues or whatever issues you have some may require optimization of believe suggestion hypnosis suggestion therapy in order to replace somebody you may have there that three then the healing and the others may run now require past life regression black is the root cause of that problem and completely release if it's life issue it's not gonna go away with meditating in the light because of those issues that just to reminders that you need to become aware of some things that you did in the past and completely change that situation change what you've extracted from it it through it it's an opportunity to elevate to grow vibration and evolve as the consciousness and as a result it's not going to be removed by the light because if it did then he takes away your opportunity to grow so I would suggest still connected with the hypnotherapist aisles offer online session so we.
"doctor allen" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
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"doctor allen" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Them they want to go like this on the way some people think that the self exactly what they did in Germany sensitivity to life would be a fair fight this is a long straight out of the German yearbook yeah but some of the them you have to start taking away people's gun rights this is straight out of videos what happened in **** Germany thanks for your call close this is CNN this afternoon quote trump is as destructive a person in this century as Hitler Stalin and Mao in the last century he may be responsible for many more million deaths than they were on quote doctor Allen Frances former chair of the psychiatry department at Duke University it's unbelievable and I'm challenged by CNN like well it's he's a white supremacist he's a racist and now he's a mass murderer let's go to the next break eight I can't believe what I'm seeing and then H. B. O.'s bill Maher is praising and thanking the death of David coke praying he had a horrible horrible long painful road to mate to meet his maker and said HBO says well that's fine and then they could to cry and the media some of the and typically that each side has for the other why calling our president a racist a white supremacist and a mass murderer and David coke the world hopes according to bill Maher he had a horrible death wow let's continue if one becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven bill cutting and the great American live with you every Sunday night.
"doctor allen" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Ben Shapiro shellac coming up for you this hour a little bit later on in the hour we'll be joined by doctor Allen Joseph's anything academic was basically being persecuted for expressing the belief that men are men and women are women because this is the this is the wild woolly landscape we now occupy we'll get to that in just a little while plus were about to get to president trump did rally last night it had its highs and it definitely had its loans and we'll talk about all of those things in just one second first this Saturday does mark the fiftieth anniversary since we first put a man on the moon is an exciting new podcast by esoteric radio theatre it's called Apollo eleven what we saw immediately rocketed to number three on iTunes apple podcast week later it is still in the top ten the third episode in the beginning is out right now host bill little who's an auto pilot knows more at NASA and pretty much anybody I know he gives you the scoop give you the journey and what it took to get to the moon what happened when you got there I think almost went horribly horribly wrong head over to apple podcast or wherever you listen to podcasts and subscribe today to Apollo eleven what we saw conference the New York times opinion is a pretty awesome thing and really wasn't about American sexism race and it was about America putting a man on the moon eleven what we saw that is the the name of the podcast go check that out right now okay so last night president trump does a rally and Israeli focuses on a couple things that most of trump's rallies are basically giant comedy routines and folks to watch the rallies have to sort of understand that going in is that it's not gonna be like a typical pep rally with Barack Obama where he was very much on scripted who's very much on point it's trunk free wheeling it and that means the trump gonna say some funny stuff and this is not so funny stuff the one thing that is obvious is dynamic between trump and grabs a truck plays off the crowd more than any politician probably in modern American history Iraq's to the crowd the crowd reacts to him and this leads to some fun places and sometimes it leads to some pretty awful places what will bring you that in just one second we start with president trump and and what president trump actually was talking about at the rally some of that some highlights that are being ignored it today so president trump started his rally my thinking Democrats voted against impeachment so for those who missed it the Democrats did vote to table an impeachment resolution yesterday demonstrating once again the Democrats don't actually have the goods to impeach president from nor do they relish that fight Nancy Pelosi doesn't want impeachment vote on trump because the fact is most Americans don't teach from if Americans want about about the loan amount but Americans don't think that he's committed a crime they don't get his main crimes he says dumb crap fairly regularly that's what most Americans think I polling data most Americans don't think the trump isn't a criminal worthy of impeachment hello she knows that which is why the vote on tabling the impeachment went it was succeeded by a wild marginally ninety five Democrats voted in favor of an even now it's amazing the ninety five Democrats did vote in favor of impeachment that's pretty amazing considering that the grounds for impeachment was trump retweeting things from saying things from acting do first like right these are that that's pretty much what the resolution said the actual impeachment resolution did not list aw aw violation of law not one it was a purely we don't like triple bottom out ninety five Democrats voting in favor but overwhelmingly Democrats do not vote in favor here is president from playing off that last night but again I have to tell you this vote was so big I have to thank many of the Democrats I mean that was an amazing no no I really do I respected.
"doctor allen" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Hour we'll be joined by doctor Allen shows it's anything academic was basically being persecuted for expressing the belief that men are men and women are women because this is the this is the wild woolly landscape we now occupy we'll get to that in just a little while plus were about to get to president trump did rally last night it had its highs and it definitely had its loans and we'll talk about all of those things in just one second first this Saturday does mark the fiftieth anniversary since we first put a man on the moon is an exciting new podcast my esoteric radio theatre it's called Apollo eleven what we saw immediately rocketed to number three on iTunes apple podcast week later it is still in the top ten the third episode in the beginning is out right now host bill little who's an author pilot knows more right now sitting pretty much anybody I know he gives you the scoop gives you the journey and what it took to get to the moon what happened when you got there hi things almost went horribly horribly wrong head over to apple podcast or wherever you listen to podcasts and subscribe today to Apollo eleven what we saw country to The New York Times opinion is a pretty awesome thing and it really wasn't about American sexism race and it was about America putting a man on the moon eleven what we saw that is the the name of the podcast go check that out right now okay so last night president trump does a rally and Israeli focuses on a couple things that most of trump's rallies are basically giant comedy routines and folks to watch the rallies have to sort of understand that going in is that it's not gonna be like a typical pep rally with Barack Obama where he was very much on scripted who's very much on point it's trunk free wheeling it and that means that from going to say some funny stuff and this is not some funny stuff the one thing that is obvious is dynamic between from Democrats a truck plays off the crowd more than any politician probably in modern American history he reacts to the crowd the crowd reacts to him and this leads to some fun places and sometimes it leads to some pretty awful places what will bring you that in just one second we start with president trump and and what president trump actually was talking about at the rally some of that some highlights that are being ignored it today so president trump started his rally my thinking Democrats voted against impeachment so for those who missed it Democrats did vote to table an impeachment resolution yesterday demonstrating once again the Democrats don't actually have the goods to impeach president trump nor do they relish that fight Nancy Pelosi doesn't want impeachment vote on trump because the fact is most Americans don't want to impeach from is one of about the motor mount but Americans don't think that he's committed a crime they think that his main crimes that he says dumb crap fairly regularly that's what most Americans think I polling data most Americans don't think the trump isn't a criminal worthy of impeachment hello he knows that which is why the vote on tabling the impeachment when it was succeeded by a wild marginally ninety five Democrats voted in favor of an even know what's amazing is the ninety five Democrats did vote in favor of impeachment that's pretty amazing considering that the grounds for impeachment was from re tweeting things from saying things from acting do fits like these are the that's pretty much what the resolution said the actual impeachment resolution did not list our our violation of law not one it was a purely we don't like trump voted out ninety five Democrats voting in favor but overwhelmingly Democrats did not vote in favor he was president from playing off that last night but again I have to tell you this vote was so big I have to thank many of the Democrats I mean that was an amazing no no I really do I respected I really do that was a that was a slaughter but many of those people that voted for is this afternoon in somewhat of a sneak attack I will speak attack many of those people the voter force were Democrats and I want to thank them because they did the right thing for our country he says that the crowd cheers as you can see like if he is able to work the crowd really well the crowd starts doing that I'm I think no no no wait till I get to the punch line I guess the punch line other during the Democrats and then trump starts talking about how he has been stymied by the media and by many in the Democratic Party with him with a bunch of yes and this of course is true the molar investigation turned up affected Lee no criminal activity certainly no prosecutable criminal activity and the president points out there's been a giant distraction the the notion that he was actively colluding with Russian during the election is nonsense it's as if we didn't have all the B. S. would be so much further along in terms of governance and there's some truth to this obviously we had all sorts of artificial witch hunts so over our head can you imagine if we didn't have to go through that hoax I don't know that we would have done any better to be honest with you I think we've done more in two and a half years than any president ever first two and a half could you imagine what been if we didn't have the which charge you said I would say it is it's a it's a terrible war so I will not say that this guy said if we didn't have the both as yeah they're very frumpy right there and he said yes I want to be as bad I once had I decided that's very from the staff and then he got even more traffic than president trump told a story about what he's been telling business people about the economy and again this is not a non strong pitch that the president had the pitch for reelection this page is that the economy is quite good his pitches the deregulation has provided economic impetus for people to hire his pitch is that on foreign policy America is stronger than it was three years ago right that's **** it's not a hard page is present from making that page a man I know who I don't like a businessman very very very successful visit one of the most successful but I don't like him never like to me never like me and he came up to me I said how you doing very warm in oven Hey how you doing let's get out here and he said I'm doing good you're doing good I said yeah I said you know you don't like me and I don't like you I never have like you and you never have like me but you're going to support me because you're rich guy and if you don't support me you're going to be so god for your from playing the crowd again cursing in front of Republican crowd because it's not a and and getting away with it this is from pushing the boundaries he was having a good time is free wheeling it all of this is fine I mean like do I like that the present is cursing at white now I'm not a fan but at the same time is this from yeah this is what you have this is pure one hundred percent grade a unfiltered drunk right now that that is from B. as it gets and then president trump decided that he was going to go after al hunt mark again it's not a bad strategy Ellen Omar is perhaps the worst Congress person in Congress I think she I think she is she is radically anti semitic she said antisemitic things one thousand times as we'll discuss momentarily she sponsored an anti semitic resolution yesterday in the house and and and so trump decided to go after her record because the fact is that she has had many terrible things that she has sponsored terrible bills that L. handlebar does not reflect good ideas in any decent what here's president from going after her on her record again all this is acceptable US service members involved in Black Hawk down the September.
Cosmetic surgery is on the rise, new data reveal
"All Americans are spending more on plastic surgery than ever before new data from the American society of plastic surgery shows there were nearly a quarter million more cosmetic surgery procedures performed in two thousand eighteen than the previous year. And it continues to steadily rise wondering what the top five procedures in two thousand eighteen were breast augmentation liposuction nose reshaping eyelid surgery and tummy tuck doctor Allen Montereau so is the president of the American society of plastic surgeons and Kate early Suzy seleced asked him thoughts about the survey. It's very exciting. When we look at the change over the years. There's a number of things that become evident a many of the surgical procedures are up the nonsurgical or what we call minimally invasive, which are really non-surgical are up dramatically when you look at the numbers, for example with liposuction surgery is up five percent and the nonsurgical. Procedures are significant. So now when you realize how many people are coming in for fat remodeling. If you will it's up a lot. Do you think it's because plastic surgery is now more mainstream? I absolutely agree with you. When I opened my office, we put in a back door people that didn't wanna be walking in the front door of a plastic surgery office. Now, we get people in the recovery room putting their their face or whatever onto social media. But I think that it's well accepted, certainly the nonsurgical things and people recognize it. This is not something you can go to the gym or change your lifestyle to improve. So if you're seeing something and you understand the risks and the benefits and the alternatives and so on then then it's it's appropriate in the right situation. What does this say about us as a society that we want to change ourselves so much? Well, I mean when you go back historically imprinted societies they scar affi- their face and their body to change the way, they look so starting out of this is human nature and also just talk about how much plastic surgery has improved and how you can do really specific things that maybe you couldn't do before. That's probably one of the most important parts of this survey that whole category of minimally invasive or what I call non surgical procedures didn't really exist fifteen years ago. I mean it was there, but it was tiny. And now you're looking at. Sixteen million procedures a two hundred thirty percent increase the person that just wanted lines taken out of their forehead have a searchable procedure. Now, there's a non surgical procedure for that. So our ability to safely deliver more specific anatomic issues or complaints. That patients may have is better than it's
"doctor allen" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Also talked to many many more, lawyers and wardens and family and friends and people who've been directly impacted by incarceration, and activists and organizers and chaplains and ask them to read. Draft of the script. And they marked it up worked for word. I had wardens on speed dial chaplain that speed dial during production who can really get make sure I got the details. Right. We flew out. Dr Allen old who was a who is a very ardent anti-death penalty activists than I mean, doctor Allen was the one of the death row prison. Netware Troy Anthony Davis was executed, and he's the one who among others appeal to governor Nathan deal to vacate the death sentence for Troy, and he was is I've been speaking with him for a couple of years throughout the whole writing and revising the script and we flew him out on set and he walked actors through the blocking execution themes and how to strap them in onto the gurney. Yeah. Yeah. So talk about the conversations you had for example, with the chaplains then with in this case, you have medics that are going to inject the three-drug cocktail into the arm of the prisoner. All of these extremely controversial doctors involved with this chaplains involved with us. I mean, we're doctors willing to talk to you. And I found it interesting that in the cases in the film clemency. It was medic though. They said they'd call a doctor if the prisoner didn't die very soon. Yeah..
New study: Chocolate tames cough better than meds
"It or not chocolate might be the best medicine for the cold and flu season a respiratory. Doctor Allen Morris says chocolate actually works a better to sue the cough than even cough medicine. Doctor Morris as chocolate coats your throat and protects the nerve endings. There that way you won't cough as much. He also says hot chocolate doesn't do the trick. You're better off with a
Why California is considering later school start times
"Some California students may soon start school later. Lawmakers have approved legislation that calls for students not to start before eight thirty. Dr Carol ash talked about it on CBS this morning all the research points to that delayed school start time can have a big impact on middle school children and adolescents when they don't get the sleep. They need it can cause poor academic performance. Drowsy, driving, depression, loneliness, social, isolation, addictive, behaviors and weight gain, obesity and hypertension. So it has a significant health and mental impact on the question would be well, then just having. Go to bed early. Adolescence the middle school and high school children their brains are different so melatonin gets released later in the in children. And also the pressure to fall asleep is less. So it's harder for them to fall asleep at night. So they can't go to bed earlier just physiologically different. So it's about the rhythms of their their circadian rhythms. That more than about specific times or numbers of hours of sleep. Well, the circadian rhythms are very critical, and that's right, John. They have a different circadian rhythm than we do. But the amount is important too. So if you're going to bed later because your physiology forces that then you're getting up earlier, you're not getting the sleep. But some advice, you have two parents who are say, I know this is true. I can see it in my kids. But how can I help them get more sleep? Well, what you can do is stick to a regular schedule to want to make sure they're getting the same time on the weekends. And weekdays because Al set the circadian rhythm, believe it or not. And if they're having problems with with don's eyes are popping out of this. Because he's like getting teenagers to not sleep in. I mean, we make up for dinner if we're lucky he's the weekends. It's hard. But it's the one thing we can change. So if you can control that schedule is really important, and you know, as we go to bed at night take away the electron IX, make sure try and get them to bed earlier. Don't let them sit up on the phone texting their friends. That's a that's a problem humidity teenager, doctor Allen. Okay. Some people say this is an economic issue. If you heard that what does that mean? Yes. Well, they they'll say even on the California a scoreboard argued that it's a luxury that working families and families with hardships cannot afford, and I would say absolutely reverse. They argued it's ten million dollars a
"doctor allen" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Jack was in adviser on the film and he was even the inspiration for one of the main character absolutely doctor allen grants was raised with the fortune of thing about that as a didn't get eaten and it was seeing let thi rex so lifelike on the big screen that reignite had something in jack was one of the things that sparked my interest and actually trying to make a dinosaur just like in the movie jack corner wants to make a real life dinosaur foot one illegal friendlier than the tea rex one he says you could actually have as a pet what what kind of pet answer would you have one would have a chicken a soros a chicken a source actually it's not that different from what jack's character did seriously interested part well maybe dinosaurs have more in common with present the birds than they do is ripped initiating doctor allen grant is examining a velocity after fossil fuel big bro turn back just like bird the vertebrae air section follows just like a bird and even the word rafter means bird of prey and even if we can't make a dinosaur like they did drastic park could a bird could shaken get as closer here's jet corners big idea from the ted stage the theme of this story is building a dinosaur and so we come to that part of jurassic park this is your michael crichton really was one of the first people to talk about bringing dinosaurs back to life of you want dinosaur dna i say what are the dinosaur back in nineteen ninety three when the movie came out we actually had a grant from the national science foundation to attempt to extract dna from a dinosaur but we have discovered that dinosaur dna all the dna just breaks down to fast were just not going to be able to do what they did jurassic park we're not going to be able to make a dinosaur based on a dinosaur but birds are dinosaurs birds are living dinosaurs so we don't have to make a dinosaur already have i know your your your battles the sixth graders right the sixth graders look at they say you can.
"doctor allen" Discussed on KABC TalkRadio 790
"Hundred two two two five two two to you know what i have to there's more to let doctor allen get to a but i want to say this and you will disagree yeah because you are nice guy but an piece in the world that are listening are shaken ahead yes then up with anyone did anybody being called doctor in last you can save my life when the crap it's the band you're not doctor as adam all you say when it when they when you're on the plane and someone announces overhead is there doc trump okay you're liz in high rope rafter and was night he limited so yes you're just below clinton about a go ahead that's our now a new their yes mike speaking with this is doctor drew and mike afterward okay but i actually heard doctored through mentioned this much but although months ago when outside my way from heater plan and medical center to my all and beverly hills assist when he's i read the the personal position report i am hillary clinton any mention all boise who will turn you know run per cent in set i didn't say that i said was i'm really concerned about the kanter she's getting hit just zero stretch strange well was not at right and you mentioned that she was i'm archaic medications what turns up then the new were all anti quack won seven in a bit and waited you know proves for use under denver defense from both sets and for not dealt.