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How severe are Tiger Woods' injuries?
"Sustained in a single vehicle rollover. Yesterday he's undergone surgery. Dr Brian Cole of Midwest Orthopedics at Rush tells W G and more about the nature of the damage what we call it accommodated or segmental tibia fractures, and that's a very difficult fracture to manage itself. That was rotted. He had a hind foot injury and maybe a mid foot injury, which even in isolation, those air profoundly difficult injuries to manage. Woods. Had back surgery in December. He was hoping to recover in time for the Masters tournament this April. His position in Los Angeles describes Tiger's chances of ever playing golf at the professional level again as highly unlikely back locally. Cook County board President Toni Preckwinkle is offering
Lucky to be alive, Woods faces difficult recovery
"LA county sheriff Alex villain to wave a says they will look into whether speed was a factor but there were no indications of drugs or alcohol this is what it is an accident would shattered bones in his lower leg some of the fractures went through the skin Dr Michael Gardner at Stanford medical says unfortunately it's very very unlikely that he returns to be a professional golfer fellow golfer Rory McElroy says for Tiger Woods golf shouldn't be on the map right now he's alive he's not Superman you know I mean it's not like you know he's he's a human being at the end of the day and you know he's already been through so much Tiger Woods was rehabbing from back surgery before the crash I met Donahue
FDA says single-dose shot from J&J prevents severe COVID
"The food and drug administration analysis finds Johnson and Johnson's single dose vaccine offers strong protection against severe covert nineteen the report confirms that overall the vaccine is about sixty six percent effective at preventing moderate to severe illness from covert nineteen FDA advisory board member Dr Paul Offit you wanted to keep you out of the hospital added the intensive care unit and execute and and certainly all the vaccines buys Russian drug acts in the past and Johnson thank you to do exactly that that's what you want I often ask people shouldn't be dissuaded if the Madura and Pfizer shocks appear more effective in trials it's always subtle differences in the way that those trials are done it may make the difference is that I think you see here but that aren't necessarily relevant when she got in the real world the FDA is expected to make a final decision on emergency use of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine within days Ben Thomas Washington
Lucky to be alive, Woods faces difficult recovery
"Pain management for his injuries. At 45 years old Tiger Woods has had multiple back surgeries, knee surgeries and most recently leg surgery for the injuries sustained in that rollover crash. He knows pain and the dangers of prescription medication. Dr. Vernon Williams is a sports neurologist and pain management specialist at Cedars Sinai And he says in general, doctors have really tried to move away from opioids in recovery, and they look now to def Print strategies for controlling pain, such as focused cold to freeze nerve. You can also use radio frequency or post radio frequency electrical signals that turn nerves off temporarily. Get significant improvement in pain that way again without needing opioids. Dr. Williams also says meditation and breath work or important tools to lessen pain by reducing stress chemicals in the blood stream, he says the response varies depending on the individual. And in Tiger's case, Dr Williams says it's likely recovery will take months. Vicky MORE KNX 10 70 NewsRadio, California's making changes to the program
Tiger Woods "awake" and "responsive" after surgery for injuries from crash
"After suffering serious orthopedic and leg injuries in a single car rollover crash in L. A. Technically it was an SUV. But I spoke with Dr Michael Weaver, chief of orthopedic trauma at the Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, who says they did emergency surgery on his muscle tissue. As well. The reports were that they had to release the fashion or the tissue covering the muscles of his leg. Oftentimes in a high energy injury, there could be swelling. And if the pressure inside the muscle builds up too much can A risk the blood supply to his leg and foot and so often in that situation, that tissue is released to release the pressure and that allow the blood to flow that suggest to you that he was in danger of losing his leg. I'm not sure that he was in danger of losing his leg, but I think it is an indication that this was a very severe injury. Human women's doctor Michael Weaver. Thank you for your time. He was going right into the O. R to perform a surgery when we caught up with them. Woods team issuing a statement saying Woods is awake, responsive and recovering one Oh, eight. Mona Rivera from Bloomberg. Good
What’s considered ‘high’ blood pressure may be different for women and men, new research reveals
"You may be used to hearing that a so called normal blood pressure is lower than 1 20/80. But a new study looking at 30 years of data show Those that may not be the case for women really have to look at men and women differently. Dr. Rachel Burger is a cardiologists, with Virginia Heart talking about findings from the Smith Heart Institute at Cedars Sinai while men had a correlation. Between high blood pressure and heart disease at a higher number, like 1, 20 or 1, 40 women had increased risk of heart disease, even with the blood pressure is low is 100 or 110. Berger says. Women What you need to do is know your numbers, knowing what your blood pressure is. And speaking to your physician and finding out if that's inappropriate blood pressure for you for seeking w T o P news.
[TEST] COVID recovery should include climate solutions, researcher says
"Dr anthony leiserowitz and this is climate connections. The covid nineteen pandemic has changed the world and the work of rebuilding will take more than a vaccine. There's going to have to be an economic recovery from covert you know. There's been a worldwide economic recession. That's robert dubrow of the yale center. Climate change and health. He says his country's rebuild they have an opportunity to accelerate the transition to clean renewable energy. And that would help solve another public health crisis. Climate change warmer temperatures will increase deadly heat waves food. Shortages natural disasters and disease and burning fossil fuels creates toxic. Air pollution that harms people's lungs and can cause heart disease apart from the climate change benefits of reducing greenhouse gas emissions really tremendous public health benefits. That are more immediate so do bro recommends that has countries past their covid recovery packages. They prioritize climate solutions such as clean energy and green transit. We could make a tremendous kind of down payment on the transition that we need to renewable energy if we're going to avoid catastrophic climate change and therefore catastrophic public health consequences climate connections is produced by the for environmental communication to hear more stories like this visit climate connections dot org.
South African variant detected in King County; Authorities unable to reach Seattle carrier
"African variant of the Corona virus is officially arrived in Washington state was detected Monday in a King County positive case from late January. But contact tracers couldn't reach the person, County health officer, Dr Jeff Duchin says when the positive test came back three weeks ago. They hope the person got the proper counsel and perfect precautions and form their contacts and people were quarantined and tested. We really don't know whether this chase leads to further transmission or not. There's also concerned because the known cases in the U. K vary it here have nearly doubled the 39 while they say it's helpful that arrived at a time when case counts are dropping the after watch how it might affect that trend. The latest numbers in the State Health Department show that there are 746 new cases pushing his closer. 336,000 overall overall since since the the start start of of the the the outbreak. outbreak. outbreak. 24 24 24 more more more people people people have have have died died died from from from Cove Cove Cove in in in
South African COVID-19 variant identified in Seattle's King County
"In South African variant found Monday in a positive test in King County from late January. That person could be reached by a contact tracers could not be reached. So There's no way to know how much if any of the strain might have been spread. County health officer Dr Jeff Duchin says the current dropped in case counts is cause for guarded optimism. But we must remember vulnerable to a potentially severe fourth wave, given the large number of susceptible people that remain in our population, the presence of these variants of concern that are expected to increase and the easing of restrictions on activity, presenting more opportunities for the spread of covert 19. State health officials also tell US number of known cases. Of the UK variant has nearly doubled the 39 so there's concern because that one spreads more quickly and because vaccines might be less effective against the South African strain. Schools around the state
Higher-Order Thinking and Personalized Systems of Instruction (PSIs) in Higher Education
"You i got interested in the idea of kind of looking at higher order thinking and sort of personal systems of instruction when you yourself were a student and that led me to the question of what was personalized systems of instruction especially computerized ones from beyond. You know i. I think today everyone sort of thinks about all you can do all this stuff online. You learn online. Everyone's an online program. But if you go back maybe fifteen years you know. Maybe even ten years it feels like one of these technologies that couldn't have existed but we know. Psi original work was from well before computers. Were something that everyone had seven of in their house and you know in in the form of a phone so could you tell us a little bit about what. Psi's were like when you were starting out in higher education. You were starting to use them as part of your doctoral program. Sure well can. I use a way back machine to tell you another little tidbit secret. Of course you can do right if we go way back to me being in grade one and then i realized this later that there were reading. Labs and reading. Lab was the self paced set of there. Were these big boxes at the back of our room and you could go through these little reading vignettes. I remember reading about brown bears and things like that. Like that. Just stuck out to me because i love reading about them right like what were they. Where did they live what they eat so forth. And then you would answer these questions and if you'd have to get them all complete and correct and then you could go on to the next one so there was kind of this. It was all mastery based and i realized later this. Psi in like k. Through twelve right like in this really popular back at the time that i was in grade one and you know as students we kind of love this we could go at our own pace and get immediate feedback on whether or not we're right and we keep going on and on and on on these things and there's a little bit of competition among us rate because like you could be finished all of this work in your reading and language arts like whenever it was up to you you could get it all done and then go into something else so that was kind of exciting or are you could help other students in the class so i think that i never thought about it until recently but i think that when i when i was introduced to computer aided psi which was topped by joseph parrot the university of manitoba but this is probably why i love this system so much because it is self paced but the early early psi if you go back to the work of fred keller when he published his seminal article and nineteen sixty eight rate and the journal of applied behavior analysis goodbye teacher based upon a rhyme and he's introducing people to assist them that he's developed and he introduced in brazil as well as the united states. Psi was you know these units of study that you could you know master hopefully in about a week or so and you would go in and you would take a test when you're ready to take the test and then you either pass or you've gotta re study and if you've gotta re study you could go over the task with the proctor or the professor and then you could come back and retake it when you're ready to do so after you know some amount of kind of time out to re steady So if you think about that like things that there's an instructor right like if you have ten units that you have to have students take tests on. How many different tests do you need for them. You know if they get a reset and one you don't just give them the same test you have to have like a whole bunch of questions and different forms of big zam right for each unit so imagine the administration of that right like just can you imagine like panel versus thirty students versus three hundred. What would that be like a lot of tests a lot of grading more file cabinets right basically all the file cabinets right. Yeah file cabinet. Imagine carrying all the tests to and from the classroom and keeping them organnized. And you know. And we didn't have and they didn't have computers back then either right so when joe pair computerized this he actually made it. So that you could go in and you could request a-tast online and this is before point and click okay. This is before we had windows right in the we actually had to learn how to type in commands into the computer. And i never think of myself as somebody who programs but i did. I had to learn programming to be able to do this. Because you have to give the computer commands to get into your account and then to call up a test and then tell it to add more lines if you wanted to add more information to your answer or are you. Talking like a dos. Prompt or more like an old like early. Eighties looking kind of you know unix mainframe mainframe o wow absolutely yeah rob. It's definitely a mainframe computer right. And so so we did that and you know we after you master to test then you could sign on to be a peer reviewer or printer for student who had not yet passed that unit. So i mean think of it right like if you love this stuff and you're and you just go in and on a weekly basis at least on a weekly basis you pass one unit a week or more you can be peer reviewing a whole bunch of them and the peer reviews were great because they were bonus points in the course you and and the final exam where something like sixty percent because it was in person and they that was the quality control you had over the online course was making sure that people were who they said they were and you know that they weren't just doing things open book so you know it was nice being able to pat up though the the bonus points just in case but he bit. But here's here's the track right like when you do that and you're actually going and you're taking your test and your peer reviewing other students test. You're actually
Pfizer and Moderna ramping up coronavirus vaccine supplies
"Drug makers of the coven 19 vaccines were on Capitol Hill, answering questions about the limited supply visor and Moderna say that they'll have 220 million vaccine doses. And they'll have them ready by the end of March. Johnson and Johnson's vice president of medical affairs, Dr Richard Nettles, says they're one dose vaccine is expected to get a green light from regulators very soon. We will have 20 million doses of the vaccine to be made available by the end of March, and we're prepared to ship immediately upon emergency use authorization. Nearly four million doses of our vaccine. The pace of vaccinations has been picking up nationwide, but health experts are really worried about a number of variants of the Corona virus.
New Yorkers should wear 2 masks until at least June
"Will remain in place in New York at least until June. Even as more and more people get vaccinated, even as more people get vaccinated. Mayor De Blasio wants to maintain safety and distance protocols until it least early summer and June is the earliest we would even consider Changing guidance around mass. And it may be that we continue that guidance for quite a while to pay and what's going on. His honor and Health Commissioner Dr Dave Choksi are very concerned about the variants that could be more infectious than the common strain. We also suggested that two masks and higher grade masks to become more common. And while optimism grows about the addition of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine City officials continue to be concerned about the number of cases in New York City and the seven day positivity rate currently at 7.32%, Julia Papa 10. 10 wins news President Biden says his administration planes to send
COVID In Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says ‘It’s Likely’ Some Fans Could Attend Phillies’ Home Opener
"There could be fans in the stands for the Phillies home opener April. 1st is one of the most optimistic forecast yet. Filled up his health commissioner and joining US cable to be City Hall bureau chief, Pat Lobe and Pat certainly good news that fans have been waiting for. Yes, And this is all because of more good news on the city's covert 19 situation. Cases are averaging 219 a day Now that is an 80% drop since the peak in late December, and the reason behind that is not the vaccine. Not enough people have received it yet, but it's a sign that it's following the same pattern as other respiratory viruses where they peak in the winter, and they get better in the spring and summer. And so it's a sign that things will continue to get better and better. In the spring and summer. And then at that point, there will be enough people vaccine to prevent kind of backsliding that we saw last fall. At least that's the forecast. So far, there are no guarantees, and they're all these variants and Lots of caveats. But the health commissioner says with things improving this way, there could be fans in the stands for the Phillies film opener. Now he's received requests from other teams to see a fence can begin. Tol attend games in person and for the indoor games. That's different because Dr Tom Farley, The commissioner says that the state really has control of that The city can't be less restrictive than the state. And so they're going to have to have a conversation with state officials about whether or not the Sixers the Flyers can have people inside to watch. But for an outdoor game, you know it could be springtime in the metaphorical sense, as well as the actual
Drug executives: Big jump in vaccine supply is coming soon
"Today in Washington with executives of Big Pharma as members of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce. Look for ways to expand the availability and supply of covert 19 vaccines. Modern is president Dr Stephen Hold in his opening Collins. Hold the committee. The Cambridge drug maker has been able to ramp up its facilities already more than 100 million doses, and they're on track to beat their already ambitious production goals. They're not targeting delivery of the 2nd 100 million doses of our vaccine. By the end of May and a 3rd 100 million doses by the end of July, a full two months ahead of schedule. Hold also says they will continue to collaborate with manufacturing partners and the federal government to increase the Efficiency of their production process without compromising quality or safety.
President Biden and Dr. Jill Biden to visit Houston in wake of last week's disaster
"Lady Jill will visit Houston on Tuesday in the wake of last week's devastating winter storms. White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki says the president will meet with local leaders to discuss the ongoing relief efforts and the progress toward recovery. Most people,
Miami Doctor Charged With Hate Crime Against Hispanic Man
"A South Florida doctor is facing hate crime charges after allegedly attacking a Hispanic man. Hi Aaliya Publix grocery store. Police say the victim was checking out when he asked Dr Jennifer right to give him proper social distancing space right, followed him to his car and harassed him in the parking lot, punched him and keep the back of his car. She was taken into custody and released on
Who's the best Robin
"Hello and welcome back to the season. Five episode seven. We've made it halfway through the split and as a quick reminder. We are going to continue to push out these episodes at five. am on tuesdays. So set your alarm if you want to wake up because we will not let nobody waking up that early. And he's sports kobe. Hey on the east coast man. People have different time zones will wake up that. I think you have a better chance of saying before you go to bed. You can catch the dive five. Am true true to ask your mind your so. Look you games after you die to the boss valhalla again. And while you're going to get your your body back you can listen to us. How has that been market. I heard the travel. Times are really bad. I think israel is saying that. Yeah so. I'm pretty early in the game slide. Just be my first boss and like the knicks zone is pretty close. But i do feel like i can see in the future a time where i'm going to be like i don't want to have to wait. I see me just like build a new town or something again. you can be portals. You can build a little towns along the way but like damn the travel time is something that game for the second boss. I was playing with my friends. It took somewhere between an hour. Fifteen minutes an hour and a half minutes to get to just to get there and then it's like you get there and we kill the boss. And i was like and wanna walk back now. I think i'm good. Thanks gonna lock out. Never play again. So that's where i'm at fell head forever. Yes if i ever accomplishment. Let's give them have to walk back unless maybe my friends the portal or something building new homes. Yeah we did but then you have to. You have to get everything over there. Anyway doesn't matter it's pretty let's talk a bit about fantasy. I lost again. Fantasy sucks harm the winner. I want today. Fz kobe kobe just luck. He just doesn't realize how lucky is if you take you. Direct your eyes to the point against this is how well your opponents are doing against you which you don't control at all really nine hundred sixty. Two point lead band away. The most points against any in the league complaints against doesn't include the bands. You got nine hundred sixty two points against the base. I have thirteen hundred. Sixteen points against me is the base. We got the same. Amount of points earned kobe. I also have the highest points band away from my opponents yet again. This week. I bend away seven bands from crumbs and i would've lost if i did not ban away points from cross judge presiding judge mark z rules in favor of kobe. His wins are legit. He's not just a lucky dog. He is the ban lord he can get. There could be a coach gap and he could also be a dog. it could be both. That's the best to be to be skilled and lucky. Yeah exactly yeah go ahead. i'm currently neither. I'm just I have a roster. That's not playing. Well even my first pick like okay. My still bottling is going to struggle some games and gonna gonna turn stinkers. I expected that. I did not expect the amount of stinker games. I'm getting out of some demonte as my first you picks so. I'm definitely feeling a little sad. Dr talks the hero and my team right now. Loving him But yeah. I'm not not feeling great. I think i'm gonna stay down. The bottom of the standings their tactical tactical really steps it up. He's not doing so well for me. Tactical really has not been getting the points. I was expecting i was like well. Just one locking of course a marksman is going to be racking up all these kids. They're going to be winning all their games. Tactical really has not gotten too much done for me at all and blaze. All of has been like tank in my team. He one hundred point gap between plays all of in every other mid later every week. It feels like got mega point. Seven points in his first game and like three points in a second game. I'm looking over my phone. And i was like ninety points so like what. Am i supposed to do here. Come on blaze. All you got to ban away every single champion appointment later played or else you're screwed by niles or something. I band away. The only positive game that niles had crumbs got negative points for having him. I was struggling for sure. I've seen him have back to back. Negative point games for crumbs this week so at least i don't have house. I guess but a word attending league. So there's no roster swaps to be made because every player has been picked up so You know maybe. I just got a got a big plays olive to to drag out. The games gets more dragons or something you know my my my match also and it came down to like ten point difference or something and i had impact as the last player playing and i was just hoping that e. g. wouldn't as them and that it would go like elder elder dragon and stuff. It was that exist. Uk went back for the elder to help you get those fantasy points to it will. He didn't elder he got. Yeah got infernal soul but the you know this was they had that one fight in the base and impact with him but his tv got interrupted so we got no assists otherwise i actually would have won if he got us on all those skills so close. Yeah yeah it came down came down to the very end. He's been pretty fun. You know it seems like retirees has already won the whole league. She's like four hundred points both second place or something the triple cloud nine however she has just absolutely
Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine greatly reduces virus transmission, Israeli studies show
"To Israeli studies have found that Fizer Cove in 19 vaccine greatly reduces virus transmission. Shedding light on one of the biggest questions of the global effort to quash the pandemic. Data analysis and a study by the Israeli Health Ministry and Visor found the Fizer vaccine developed with Germany's beyond Tech. Reduces infection, including an asymptomatic cases by 89% and in symptomatic cases by 94%. The findings air from a pre published study not yet peer reviewed but based on a national database that is one of the world's most advanced a separate study. By Israel's Sheba Medical Center, published Friday in The Lancet medical journal found that among 7200 hospital staff who received their first dose in January There was an 85% reduction in symptomatic covert 19 within 15 to 28 days with an overall reduction of infections, including asymptomatic cases detected by testing of 75%. More research is needed to draw a definitive conclusion. But the studies are among the first to suggest a vaccine may stop the spread of the novel coronavirus and not just prevent the people vaccinated from getting ill. Dr Jon Swartz and Burn cold clinical professor emeritus of infectious diseases at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health. The implications of this are enormous Republicans standpoints in vermin individual standpoint. If if the If these numbers are even numbers significantly less than this hold true, that is that once fully vaccinated. Well, first of all we know once fully vaccinated. It's Very, very, very, very unlikely. We're going to get seriously all and there's no evidence that you'll die after you being fully vaccinated. So we know that. But what if after you're fully vaccine, you get reinfected. We know you're not gonna get sick, but you could spread it. But what if you can't spread it? Or what? If it's very unlikely for you to spread it? It's gonna really mean that our masks they're going to come off sooner that we're gonna be hugging her loved ones a lot sooner right now. I'm fully vaccinated have been fully vaccinated now for this Just actually, three weeks today, um If I knew that I couldn't transmit this virus to my loved ones, I would My strategy would be very different. If I may ask you really come off. I could be hugging. Uh huh. But I don't know that yet, And so I have to still remain vigilant. And that is where a mask and social distance to be absolutely certain that I can't do that and think about all the health care workers. If the health care workers knew that they didn't it once they're fully vaccinated, they wouldn't transmit that would make an enormous difference in the hospitals. And think about just Transportation. It's just goes all the way down the line. So the implications are
"dr" Discussed on Dr. Death
"Mike. Thanks for joining me as we talk about these two stories. Thanks for having me on to talk with you. Laura so in this episode. I'm gonna pass off the reporter duties to you so ask me anything about dr death. That sounds great. I'm actually a very big fan of the show and so i'm very excited to get your perspective on you. Know what you've told these past two seasons <hes>. So one of the biggest things that stuck out to me from season two was just the scale of dr fatah's devastation. I mean can you remind us. Just how big of an impact fought to head on his patients lives. I will and i have to start off with the caveat that the person who really looked into this in was reporter this series. Heather sh raring. Who did an amazing job and dug up all this information. He was in practice over a period of several years. You have to remember that. Dutch only operated eighteen months <hes>. In dallas so because of that dr fata saw thousands of patients. You know there were only a few hundred in the actual court case but really. There's there's no telling how many patients he hurt one of the lines. That stuck out to me. I love this line from george karachay where he wondered. What should i do. What do i do. Do i leave now with the others. Do i get to the department of justice right now. Run over there to the fbi office or do i just pull the fire alarm and tell everybody to run for their lives. I mean that that line sticks with you whether she pull a fire alarm right <hes>. And i wanted to pose a hypothetical. Let's say george didn't do anything. He didn't file whistle blower to go to the department of justice. How much longer would fought to have been able to practice. you know. that's a good question. And who knows. I mean he had already been practicing for so long. You know one of the things that he did was keep all of his compartmentalized so no one person could really tell exactly the scope of his fraud and so it's it's really scary to think about how long he would have continued if people hadn't finally started to put it all together. I think that's one of the things. I love about these stories. Is there horrible right. But they're like these these kinds of heroes and not just like these individual heroes but there's these regular people who step forward it's not in their interest but they they come forward and they save people's lives. Yeah i mean they're really they're really depressing stories for sure but i think they're also affirming stories as as well. I mean one of the comments. I got <hes>. Which is understandable from from dr death season. Two is why in this time of cova when healthcare workers are are just so stressed and working such long hours to take care of people. Why would we want to do a story. That really highlights the terrible side of the healthcare system and it's completely valid complaint on the other hand. The counter narrative to these stories are the fact that there are heroes in the healthcare system. Who saw this and just could not abide by it and and speak up so it it is really depressing and it does expose a a really terrible side of the healthcare system but it also exposes the heroic nature that some people will go to to try to help other people one thing. That really surprised me was the links that <hes>. Free fata was willing to take to appeal his conviction even the fact that he was seeking compassionate. Release due to covid. Do you think that he will ever get out of prison. He no. I'm not one to say i would be doubtful but you know who who knows. I mean who who knows how he might get out i. I can definitely say that. The chances of christopher done getting out are pretty miniscule. Because he's exhausted. All of his appeals on vodka. I'd be doubtful. But who knows.
"dr" Discussed on Dr. Death
"One thing. That's clear from both seasons of doctor. Deb is that doctors wield enormous power in our medical system and with a lot of autonomy. When they're in the room with patients their judgment is rarely questioned. Dr dench in season. One and dr fata in season two both took advantage of that dynamic in their own twisted ways. We know it can be heroin to listen to these series win at some point where i likely to be patience so today to understand and hopefully restore some faith in the medical system. I'm talking with dr danielle ofri. She's a physician at bellevue hospital in new york city. Numerous books on the doctor patient relationship most recently when we do harm a doctor confronts medical error doctor over. Thank you so much for talking with me. Today thank you. It's a pleasure to be here. So i'm going to start with question that i get a lot. Should we be afraid of our doctors. No i wouldn't be afraid of doctors. I think that most doctors and most nurses are there to help you and to take care of you. And that's why they went into the profession so afraid who's would be the wrong word. I would still be careful and question and have a high index of suspicion for anything. That's recommended but but fear i think is not going to be very helpful so in your book when we do harm you talk about how doctors have these near misses. Can you tell me about that like that sinking feeling when you realize that you did something wrong. That remorse is something that a good doctor is supposed to feel at or just average doctor even have to be good. You just have to be a human being for goodness sakes but when i was a second year resident. I was on call with my intern. You busy busy night. And i got a late. Admission of altered mental status in an elderly patient basically so in a nursing home. We'll looks a bit more defended today. Let's admit the patient and i got the report. The patients totally stable labs fine radiology fi just eats to get back to the nursing home bed so i quickly turf the patient to another service. We had this kind of holding service for patients who are just waiting for no home services or nursing home bed or physical therapy so quickly. A- pressured the doctor to take this patient to her service patients totally stable labs fine radiology find yada yada. Yada take the patient and she did by internet. I we high five we race back to the for next. You know febrile patient. And i learned the next day that the patient actually was bleeding into their brain and that's why they're mental status was altered but i missed it and i missed it because i look at the cat scan myself as i knew i should have. Somebody said radiology find. And i just took it on on faith and i was devastated. Absolutely floored now. The patient in fact didn't suffer any harm because someone else so. The cat scan called neurosurgery. The patient was whisked at right to the. Or had the bleed train in fact. The patient's care wasn't impacted at all by my error. So we classify that as a near miss but i still made the error. Had i discharge the patient home. They they could have been dead. So how did that near miss make you feel. I was so devastated. That i didn't tell anyone. I didn't tell my intern. It didn't tell my supervising attending an shores held. Did not tell the patient or their family could not imagine a more horrible fate to drag my sorry soul to the patient's bedside and say almost killed you and i didn't talk about it for twenty years. That's how awful it was. I couldn't write about it. Grapple with it. And i'm sure that i committed many errors in the weeks that followed because my brain was in a fog. I soul was in a fog. So i'm sure i missed mini things and committed more errors. I was ready to quit two years out of medical school. And i look back now is more season physician. And i. i can empathize with my younger self. I didn't really understand medical error. I just knew that. I was a failure that i had just made a medical error but i was a medical error and i was a danger to patients and i recognize that i was overworked. I was assistant. Didn't have room for correction of errors but also didn't allow me to talk about the error. And i missed a an educational opportunity for learning about that. I miss the chance to help the patient grapple with that all of these things because the emotions were so devastating. And what would have happened if you would have admitted that. To the patient in your supervisors. I don't know it would have been very embarrassing to tell my supervisor. I really botched this. I didn't look at the scancen. Said it was fine. And i believed it didn't check so i would lose facing my supervisors is my terrible recommendation <hes>. And then telling. The patient would be even more horrible. I would tell them what a failure i am. I you trust me with your health. And look i failed you so no one ever says boy. You really courageous for the error. Congratulations for taking the risk and stepping up to the plate. All you get is humiliation. Shame <hes> you get people thinking. Oh what a ridiculous awful doctor. They should really quick go to the pharmaceutical industry or something. There's no incentive to being honest. Now
"dr" Discussed on Dr. Death
"One thing. That's clear from both seasons of doctor. Deb is that doctors wield enormous power in our medical system and with a lot of autonomy. When they're in the room with patients their judgment is rarely questioned. Dr dench in season. One and dr fata in season two both took advantage of that dynamic in their own twisted ways. We know it can be heroin to listen to these series win at some point where i likely to be patience so today to understand and hopefully restore some faith in the medical system. I'm talking with dr danielle ofri. She's a physician at bellevue hospital in new york city. Numerous books on the doctor patient relationship most recently when we do harm a doctor confronts medical error doctor over. Thank you so much for talking with me. Today thank you. It's a pleasure to be here. So i'm going to start with question that i get a lot. Should we be afraid of our doctors. No i wouldn't be afraid of doctors. I think that most doctors and most nurses are there to help you and to take care of you. And that's why they went into the profession so afraid who's would be the wrong word. I would still be careful and question and have a high index of suspicion for anything. That's recommended but but fear i think is not going to be very helpful so in your book when we do harm you talk about how doctors have these near misses. Can you tell me about that like that sinking feeling when you realize that you did something wrong. That remorse is something that a good doctor is supposed to feel at or just average doctor even have to be good. You just have to be a human being for goodness sakes but when i was a second year resident. I was on call with my intern. You busy busy night. And i got a late. Admission of altered mental status in an elderly patient basically so in a nursing home. We'll looks a bit more defended today. Let's admit the patient and i got the report. The patients totally stable labs fine radiology fi just eats to get back to the nursing home bed so i quickly turf the patient to another service. We had this kind of holding service for patients who are just waiting for no home services or nursing home bed or physical therapy so quickly. A- pressured the doctor to take this patient to her service patients totally stable labs fine radiology find yada yada. Yada take the patient and she did by internet. I we high five we race back to the for next. You know febrile patient. And i learned the next day that the patient actually was bleeding into their brain and that's why they're mental status was altered but i missed it and i missed it because i look at the cat scan myself as i knew i should have. Somebody said radiology find. And i just took it on on faith and i was devastated. Absolutely floored now. The patient in fact didn't suffer any harm because someone else so. The cat scan called neurosurgery. The patient was whisked at right to the. Or had the bleed train in fact. The patient's care wasn't impacted at all by my error. So we classify that as a near miss but i still made the error. Had i discharge the patient home. They they could have been dead. So how did that near miss make you feel. I was so devastated. That i didn't tell anyone. I didn't tell my intern. It didn't tell my supervising attending an shores held. Did not tell the patient or their family could not imagine a more horrible fate to drag my sorry soul to the patient's bedside and say almost killed you and i didn't talk about it for twenty years. That's how awful it was. I couldn't write about it. Grapple with it. And i'm sure that i committed many errors in the weeks that followed because my brain was in a fog. I soul was in a fog. So i'm sure i missed mini things and committed more errors. I was ready to quit two years out of medical school. And i look back now is more season physician. And i. i can empathize with my younger self. I didn't really understand medical error. I just knew that. I was a failure that i had just made a medical error but i was a medical error and i was a danger to patients and i recognize that i was overworked. I was assistant. Didn't have room for correction of errors but also didn't allow me to talk about the error. And i missed a an educational opportunity for learning about that. I miss the chance to help the patient grapple with that all of these things because the emotions were so devastating. And
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"They took an oath to do no harm yet between them. They hurt hundreds of people dench with his scalpel and fought with his treatment. I've care because he destroyed my immune system. What immune system. I add he destroyed. There are people that are dead are people that are injured their people. There's no winners in this year. It's sad all the way around. The first and second season of doctor death raised questions about the medical system and the doctors working in it. How were these two doctors dutch and fateh able to do so much damage. And how were they able to continue for so long without being stopped to address these questions. I'm talking with dr danielle ofri. We'll talk about how we can keep our trust in the medical system and in the people whose actions can determine whether we live or die and will ask the question. What would you do if you found yourself working side by side with another doctor. Death the truth.
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"Patty hester was helping a patient at work in the emergency room on the morning of august. Sixth two thousand thirteen. It was busy morning. Her colleague came in the room with a patient and tapped patty on the shoulder. Come here right now come here. I'm rock with her towards break room i to have time what she said. Patti catch your doctor. Patty walked into the break room and stared at the tv quote. We are michigan. Hematology oncology here in rochester hills. Were fbi agents are executing our search warrant. My sources are also telling me that a doctor has been arrested on charges related to healthcare fraud s fbi helicopters. They swarmed in on this morning. And i'm looking at this news. It has named goes across then. Then i have my cell phone in my pocket. and it's like this. you can feel it vibrating. All my dad from that point on her cell phone wouldn't stop buzzing all day. One call was from the fbi. You'll be getting your chart than the news. Said we'd like to interview you. Patty went home. Her husband was in front of the tv. Federal agents say in court records that doctor for allegedly kept patients on chemotherapy. Longer than necessary to cash in on the billings agents allege for da also directed that patients be diagnosed with cancer in their medical charts. Even when they did not have the disease patty wondered. Was she one of them. She didn't have to wait long to find out the next day a dark. Suv with tinted windows. Pulled into the driveway. An agent stepped out of the car and patty opened the door. Her whole family behind her. He said i'm very sorry and handed me my chart in the disk. I just sir cry. My family sobbing sobbing. It was horrific. She put the disk into her computer and began to scroll through. It was just lie after lie after lie. The also gave her a list of oncologist that she could see to get a second opinion. Ten days later patty saw a new doctor for the first time she brought with her. The disc at the fbi had given her. After the dr ransome tests she came into patties exam room hugging. And i am so sorry and saw sorry. You don't have it you don't have a patty began to cry. Her doctor said that she wasn't yet sure what had made her sick in the first place but she was sure that patti didn't have cancer. You need to live your life. You need to live your life. You not gonna die. I said if you do anything for me could you just please write it down town. She's forty where you want me to write it. And so she whipped out a prescription pad. And that's when she wrote a tricia has has no evidence and diaz in the weeks that followed other fatah patients or their loved ones sought their medical records. Saint joseph mercy. Oakland hospital filled these requests free of charge but crittenden had a different policy in some cases. The hospital asked for more than a thousand dollars to fill. The requests fought. Victims protested outside the hospital eventually crittenden relented and waive the fees but the victims and their families still needed someone who knew the technical lingo to look over the records. That's what i did for my fun. Time in the evenings nurse angeles won tek. I would go through the patient's medical records in a way. I feel like for me anytime. Somebody reached out to me. I said yes i didn't. I felt that that was something that i could do. And maybe you know. Help with the guilt of i should have done more. I wish i could have done more. One of those requests came from michelle mannarino. Her mother joan had died in two thousand ten six months. After angela's visit fatah had treated joan for breast cancer but when they met at a hotel in a banquet room angela had some news from michelle. And i remember looking at her records and the chemotherapy and i remember one thing that struck me was one of chemotherapy. Drugs that she was given is typically given for colon cancer. And i thought with this is odd like why would you give this for a breast cancer diagnosis.
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"In the days following his conversation with dr. So mongoloid george kept replaying. What he'd heard ministry humor their patients without getting their the very last. As you leave now you can't. He couldn't believe it was true. That seems a little outlander side. Stop myself from laughing. I thought it was more like he wanted to start his own practice and get out of his contract. George thought it over and the more he thought about it. The more it changed the things had heard from other employees in the past. I started thinking about all of the other nurse practitioners or doctors. That would say things like. We shouldn't have given this medication to patient in saying you know. I'm not comfortable with this care plan. And then i began to think maybe some of what he's saying is true. George started poking around. He took a stack of medical records to his office and then he thought that might make him look suspicious so he put them back. He made a spreadsheet with all. The patient's doctor fought had seen from the last year and noted how many of them received treatment as a result and what i saw with the other physicians every ten patients that they saw in consultation maybe two or three would get treatment but with dr fata out of ten patients between eighty and ninety percent basis. We're getting some form of treatment. So if you're seeing dr fata you're getting. It certainly seemed suspicious but he needed a second opinion. He called up an attorney. He knew he said george. The sounds very serious but you have to have strong proof. You're going against doctor. Who is very prominent and this could be easily refuted so if you happen to run into more information that corroborates dr monthly or anyone else. Then call me again and then we'll talk about it. George was stuck. He didn't wanna search too much in the computer records because that would create a paper trail with the right evidence. Perhaps something could be done. George is needed to know where to look again. Dr mongolia and george disagree about the details of their conversations but in one they talked about a key treatment. Dr fata was using inappropriately. It was called i. V. i. g. as it happened there was one more person who was also getting suspicious of dr fata. It was almost like the accuses ring to get into. Talked him to get any information from him and it was like getting thrown into a movie where you're just if they and what. What is going on here. Mary sitter 'let had worked for dr fata. Since the winter of two thousand ten. Like george she knew place had its quirks. There were the chaotic patient loads. She already thought. Dr fata was seeing so many patients that he couldn't keep up. I went in with a patient of mine that i was very close to and she was trying to get clarification on her plan of care and he was nodding off. Dr fata. did this. Many times often spent only two to three minutes with each patient but this time the patient was sympathetic to him. She felt for him. Say he's just exhausted. And i said well been waiting for this appointment for the last four and a half weeks and getting sick from chemotherapy so i think he deserves somebody not to fall asleep when you're talking about your care. Michigan hematology oncology wasn't an ideal place to work by any means but mary didn't have a ton of options. She was a single mom of a young son. And the commute was much more manageable than her last job. So she put up with dr fata. I felt of trapped. Plus i wasn't allowed to move more than one hundred miles away from my ex-husband dude of the law. That time so i was stuck basically just trying to do what was best for my child. Mary is the type who gets fired up rather quickly when she sees something wrong though she had never had to question a doctor before so when she began to grow. Suspicious of dr fatah's care she wanted answers. It started when the way he did chemo to seemed off. She suspected that he wasn't following protocol. That he wasn't calculating the doses by the patient's height and weight a few times. She press doctor fata on this and he always had an explanation. he would just say to european protocol. I can choose the doses that i want but you know he's the doctor he's the last say i mean. I'm not gonna dosen chemo. That's not my license
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"No. I want you to get it. George didn't ask any more questions and began looking for a doctor around this time. George says he also had a couple of conversations with dr mangare. Dr mongla remembers these conversations differently but according to george dr mangare told him he was leaving. Can you tell me why any he points up at the ceiling. And he whispers to me cameras. Dr mongla and george found a more private placed a talk. He told ort he got another job out of state but george was not prepared for what else he heard. Dr fatah has been doing some things that you wouldn't believe. He has been administering chemotherapy to patients without need. It was taking patients off of hospice and putting the mountain chemotherapy and that he was taking patients without disease and giving them chemotherapy though the very last day of life. And i'm suggesting that you go you leave now if you can. Did this mean dr fata was doing this to all his patients his practice had been opened for nearly eight years. What about those patients who had come and gone. What about those patients who had died we get support from splat hair-color if you're looking to switch things up in a bold way transform your look with splat splat is vegan cruelty free hair-color maiden southern california and it comes in over fifty semi permanent and temporary shades. That will transform your look in just minutes with splat hair colour. The possibilities for self expression are endless. Get bold lasting color with splat complete kits in pink fetish tantalizing teal and lusty lavender or take a walk on the dark side with the midnights collection for bold velvety color. Perfect for brunettes cat. One of our ad producers here at wondering just colored her hair with splits ten. Wash color peach fuzz. She said it was super easy to do. And she's gotten tons of compliments on her. Bold color splat is available at walmart walgreens. Cvs rite aid and splat. Hair-color dot com. Be everything you wanna be be you. Michelle mannarino is an interior designer clarkston michigan. For nearly her entire life. She lived within a half hour of her mother. Everyone likes to think they had the best mother in the world. I truly had the most amazing mother. In two thousand nine michelle's mother. Joan donohue was an active seventy five year old. She worked fulltime actually at our parish. Taking care of the priest and all of the needs that he had she cooked cleaned did laundry wrapped a gift for the pope. Then in late. September joan got sick. My mother had been a breast cancer survivor but had passed the five year mark and we thought that was all in our rear view mirror right away. Jones started seeing dr fata. Who told her her breast cancer was back and had spread to her brain. He prescribed three months of chemotherapy and then they would reevaluate. Joan had reservations about the chemo. She remembered what it was like the first time around. It's a treatment where you can leave feeling worse than when you came in you can lose your hair. It can affect every aspect of your life. She had always been very much into natural healings and felt that with cancer. There was a lot of greed in the poll cancer industry. She chose to do the chemo. She also saw a radiologist to treat the tumor in her brain and after three months her cancer was in remission but dr fata said she would need to stay on the chemo. He said no no. You're you're a miracle how you've responded so well to your treatment but it's a very aggressive cancer and unless you take three more months it could come back and if it comes back it will come back that much stronger and it will kill you. This time. The news that she would have to keep enduring chemo even after her cancer went into remission. Crushed gentlemen michelle tried to console her mother at the very least they felt like the worst was behind them. If three more months could keep the cancer at bay once and for all then it would be worth it. A few months later jones lungs started to fill with fluid. She was having a hard time breathing and ended up in the hospital there. Michelle started doing some research about the drugs that joan was taking and learned that a side effect of one of them was congestive heart failure. Her father had died of congestive heart failure and had developed fluid in his lungs to buy jones. Next appointment with dr fata. They were hopeful that she could finally be done with the chemo but now the fluid in her lungs was causing complications and dr fata now tells us that there were live cancer cells in the fluid that was drained from her lungs. So she is going to have to continue chemotherapy for another three months and that did not go over well. My mom really broke down crying then. Michelle spoke up. She told him that should been doing some research on her own and she thought that there was one drug had been giving her mom for much longer than called for could lead to congestive heart failure and he looked at me and he said oh. Are you in the medical profession. I said no. I'm an interior decorator. He said oh well remember. I did do my elo ship at sloan kettering. Certainly you're not questioning. Where did you your information from. And i said on the internet so all of a sudden i look like the idiot who picks out throw pillows for a living and i am questioning the renowned oncologist on whether or not there were actual life cancer cells in the fluid that they removed. Michelle wanted to see the report. But dr fata didn't have it. He began comforting jones. Saying i know how difficult this is on you. But he made it clear to her that her cancer was aggressive. Each of these appointments with dr fata brought worse news. I was going to be three months six months now. She's nine months and you're saying she has to stay on this and he said i'm afraid to tell you. I think your mother will have to stay on this for her whole life to live at which point we were like michelle was beginning to wonder if her mother even still had cancer. She wanted a second opinion but it was taking too long to get in with another doctor. In august. two thousand ten jones lungs began filling with fluid again. Michelle met with the surgeon who would be draining her mother's lungs and ask him to look at the fluid to see if he found live cancer cells. He agreed but when michelle contacted him for the results. He apologized and said that he'd misplaced them. I was like oh my god. Can we catch a break on this or not here. I thought i had kinda worked out. Kind of a foolproof way to find out if indeed what he was saying about.
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"Four months later in september of two thousand eleven. Dr fatah's practice hired a new office manager. George karachay. i was born in detroit <hes>. Living near <hes>. Actually motown on west grand boulevard. George was in his early fifties tall with dark hair and glasses. He had worked in healthcare for more than thirty years and from an early age health. Care was very important to him. He used to play on this on the lawn of henry ford hospital when i was a kid and i often wondered what was inside. What did they do their before. He's interview hit. Never heard of doctor fata but of course he knew all about crittenden hospital. Where dr fata sent his patients. It had a reputation for serving posh clientele. George was honored to accept. Dr fatah's offer. The scale of the office was bigger than anything managed before he knew that a lot was expected of him but he was excited to be part of it. All the position was a rare. Find a six figure salary which is a lot for an office manager great healthcare coverage a twenty minute commute for his first day at his new job. He left his house early enough to leave. Plenty of time to get settled. My best sudan and is dr fodder said you know. We're very formal here. And so i. I remember driving to the clinic and i saw it for the first time on the outside nasa site to see it was grand on the outside with its covered. Porch and windows on the outside michigan. Hematology oncology didn't look much like a healthcare center it look like some sort of ski lodge some some resort. You see on side of a mountain where the rich and famous went to doing their winters. So i like this is incredible. The parking lot was already packed with cars when he made his way to the front of the building. I opened the door. And i was just in. Awe was on in so many different levels. The opulence of the center fifty foot ceilings grand piano artwork on the walls. Something that you would normally see at the detroit institute of arts. The soft lighting. The waiting rooms at were filled with fine furniture. It all looked more like the lobby of a swanky hotel. It was supposed to be the jewel of crittenden hospitals outpatient center and it really was. He looked around at the staff doctors nurses from other hospitals and universities all and crisply iron uniforms for marketable. George thought to see so many people from different disciplines all there to care for patients. Though george was new to the field of oncology. he wasn't a stranger to cancer. My own mother was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. And i was taking care of her. While i was working for dr fata so i know what it's like to be given that news in a patient's room and to go through the caretaking of a patient and i really believed in the field of oncology and hematology as he was looking around taking it all in jordan started to feel a bit nervous. I day jitters. But he realized that he too got to be part of this impressive operation working alongside folks that were saving lives. I closed my eyes. And i said to myself remember this day. Remember this day right away. He was put to work meeting. The staff getting to know the equipment around dr fatah's four clinics the infusion room where patients received chemotherapy was a sight to see. It was like a parking lot for chemo. Chairs kema chairs and rooms cumin chairs in the you had single a chairs you had once in a group with four and time. It was far as the eye could see. Saw the sea of chemo chairs. The waiting room stayed filled with at least thirty patients at a time. Busy was an understatement. Barber shop where one person is in a chair and then sweep off. The air and the next person would get in a chair. There was never a moment where that chair wasn't being used and running and humming and the equipment and spies all had to be there or else machine. I called it would start to break down.
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"Patty hester is a petite woman with straight blond hair and blue eyes. She's lived in clarkston michigan a suburb of detroit. Nearly her entire life and she's a fitness junkie. My father was a jackie. I'm very healthy and live to be eighty four so i i'd always been into fitness and health. We ran racism. Road bikes like mile. Trips and i played softball. I played hockey in two thousand nine. Patty was working as an emergency room technician. She monitored patient's vitals the thing she saw the er were enough to keep her motivated to take care of ourselves but then something happened to her. That inspired her to become a fitness instructor. Her mom was in a car accident and because she had a congestive heart failure. My mom was in a coma for from january. Fifth until june ninth. Patty and her family were very close almost daily. She stayed at her mother's bedside praying. She would recover. I looked at my mom and him. I was so tired of sickness that it was like and wanted something. That was life giving a new then beyond anything that i had to pursue <unk>. That is where my drive really kicked to become a trainer. Because i just could not bear the thought of someone being long-term l. i. us sick and i don't want that for myself either. So at age fifty five. Patty began studying to become a fitness instructor a few months into her studies. Patty got pneumonia. Her doctor did some blood work. And a few of the tests were concerning she suggested that patty see hematologist a physician who specializes in blood conditions. The haematologist petty really wanted to see out of the country so she did some research and found one who looked pretty promising. My internal medicine doctors that you know. Hey i set my mom to him. He's world renowned dot. They're freed fighter. Sloan kettering graduate your choice patty but i would go to him if her thirty years. Working in healthcare had taught her anything. It was to be extra sure that this doctor farid fata was legit. She read all the reviews. She could find. She asked around about him at the hospital she worked at. She called it bernice. Who's an internal medicine doctor in saint louis who said she'd heard good things. There is nothing nothing to ever question that this person was anything. But like oh wow. You're lucky to get into see this person. So in late february two thousand ten. Patty went to see dr fata at his practice. Michigan hematology oncology. She arrived late in the afternoon and almost every seat in the waiting room was full. She took a seat and began filling out her paperwork. A big screen. Tv in the waiting area played an ad for dr fatah's charity swan for life. This video about the story of this patience has an making this wooden swan in holding up and telling the story how you know his patient who who had passed away. Her husband carved this for him. It the whole thing wrapped around donating money but it played over and over again when you're waiting for an appointment. How long can you watch this. After half an hour patty got up and approached the woman at the front desk. I said. can you please change. A channel in the employees all spoke in a whisper. I really didn't understand that one either. Because i worked in the medical field and you whisper of confidential. But she said no. I can't i can't change the channel confused. Patty turned to go back to her seat after a forty five minute wait. Chief finally got into an exam room. <hes> an in his room. There's the <hes>. Top tack framed pictures of him. Now top dak sway talked. It was another half hour. Wait before. Dr fata appeared. He entered the room in a white lab coat over a shirt and tie he was short. Have very round face. He introduced himself. He was very very soft. Spoken almost to the fat that it was a whisper. He was reaching out. His hand turned to be very personable and would lean in. And hey you know while patricia. You're in the right place. Patty wasn't sure what to expect but she didn't wanna miss anything in case he did have surprising news for her. She came prepared really prepared. In fact i had a little <hes>. Recording device in my pocket. And i told him i said i'm recording our conversation in case i don't catch it all. So could you speak up. And he said oh. You don't need that you know i'll give you all your lab results and you'll get all this stuff and i just liked to do that. He
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"And that's what. I think that that is what the job well listen to me anyway. But I that's sometimes is all it takes to solve. A problem is is to be fully lear and lists. We talked about this before it. You know we talked about it than I. Second Street Y.. which is it's fully president? Aware listening with your whole body. uh-huh I remember. I was kind of talking. Well we were talking about porridges die where he talks about how you sent me the article or Gary Hart artem. Here's your ears will adjust jess to the person you love. It's it's the obstacles it's the tiny bones in your ear have to muscles. Attached them in the muscle will adjust so he can get the tone on the property of say. Mom It will tune into Lyrica Tuning in sort of a mechanism and it's connected to our vegas nerve and our nerve is the main outflow from our heart Interest it's fascinating. Your body is this gigantic instrument and we have all these huge plexus of nerves in our gut and our chest and abdomen that we don't know what they're processing they don't know how they they work but we do know a lot of information's coming back And so when you get a feeling a gut feeling or my heart hurts. That's really happening. Yeah that's what that's for feelings feelings come from your body and they are processed in your brain and they are reflected and things in your brain but the real experiences in your body and you can listen with your body. I mean in our Western society eighty. We always sort of chop off our heads from us. Audio cards. Error is is is but you should know that. Now they really the conversation conversation is about the embedded brain. No thank you for man's planning again great band. I'm saying my field data bust your balls. I recognized yeah. But but but that in the in the field of the the the move it's moved to the embedded brain and in the brain is not just embedded in a body. Right right it's embedded with a spinal cord it's better body the body's embedded in a environment and better than a society in an interpersonal context. And so this embedded nece it they take heidegger to his whole. Philosophy was about being in the world that they were sort of a fundamental inability inextricably of being and being in the world. You're born into the world. He called throwing this. You're thrown into the world. You're not floating inspe- even that's being in an environment and You cannot extract the person from the environment in a meaningful way fully. The complexity is amazing. Right you really think yes. Yes we usually don't think about in terms it's now now now Gary you've sat through how many Sean Carroll interviews at at least two or three yeah do you understand why did that his stuff and really interest me as the next layer on this so we're talking about existing as beings in the world in space time in Sean tells the episodes those went win finished talking. is talking about the fact that there's something more fundamental than space in time our space time And that we're all part of were probably more emergent properties of some wave function. That is mine. TASTIC HOT FOR I. Listen I listen to Sean Sean. Carroll he's a Caltech professor and I got his podcast which is called mindscape and I dragged me. Okay let's have at it. So what numbers. Three eighty nine and four zero three and there may be another one coming out soon. Arizona's email them to Dr. Very all. Right listen you said at all I love you I love you love you this except what accepted I accept. EMC ACC access. I accepted except for Dad. Except for you're looking at your phone all the time I get enough of that home. Trust me but here we are so privileged again. Thank you thank you for the New York trip. I really the enjoyed that whole experience. Yeah it was great and even the whole challenge of the classroom and stuff like that everything about it was fun and good and I think and I think ever in that room had an experience. Yeah and I thought that was Kinda cool. Thank you for saying yes anytime. You don't say no Judicata tatum. Marriage and divorce or time. Travel to turn All right but again always a privilege. Checkout.
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"I guess I don't like the word founding because it's not doesn't make sense but virology discovered the field of virology in its lobby rule. No Hopkins Soya and he was there sitting chair. I think we're like thirty years or something like that and that is very true. So so what you're saying very similar about they're sort of this bellboy built in a way. Yeah grandiosity in Jerusalem. I remember this and I I I witnessed. We reported this back in those days A physician come do take care of his daughter in a hospital pulling insisting under her pelvic exam himself. Okay because he wouldn't dare have another person toucher. Yeah that wasn't that's kind of crazy. Yeah I just do for sure Tarver seventies yeah so. Are You saying that your dad had this happening that he not yet boundaries because he would take care of family and stuff like that but but he was taking care of my mother in some way and keeping her glued together. It's not good codependent. It's good penalty. Yeah then that too and And then I would you know for sure if he knew what I was absorbed. He wasn't aware that or hobby. Never got exposed to what I what I was supposed to always and my sister thinks I'm just an evil person for being mean my mom for talking for in the other other than glowing way I absorbed all time you can have. You can have complex. Thought could have more than one feeling. You can love someone very mature. Sure memories to in whatever it was that was my experience and so it was like I said I remember the that kind of screaming and yelling that I'd never overseen except in a psychiatric hospital interesting. Do you think that's why you got into the field you're GONNA do. Well I think the it's it's hard to say but in the Adolescent I got interested in adolescent health. Which is what love line was all about because when I was in college at Nineteen I started having panic attacks? Ax and depression really daily panic attacks and I was mismanaged completely for a couple of years and it was suffering and that because there was there was no adolescent health. Didn't exist then there was no experts in the field. No nothing I I remember. I went down to the collegiate as small college New England. I went down to the health center. Something's wrong with me and the doctor looks at me. Some old retired physician was giving his time to the college. You know a couple of days a week looks goes to get your shit together. Take walks in the woods. Just take long walks. I was like if that that would do it. I of course I do that. He can my shit together happily. I I was disabled with panic and depression. Totally mismanage and I thought I'd never want anybody else to through that in their adolescence. They're should be there's there's and clearly even as a LS myself nineteen years old. I could see their unique needs that just nobody was there to me. I love to hear stories about people who get into their field. We're really and they're able to be honest about themselves. You know this happened to me. I want to make sure it doesn't happen again. Like it and I the the psyche getting involved. This addiction medicine was a total fluke and even the psychiatric stuff was kind of a flu. I've just moonlighting during our medical residency and just got more interested in it. I wouldn't say it had the same kind of Dr That adolescent thing did that then really was like I don't everybody goes through that anymore. They there's got to be and the field developed. I thought I want to be part of that. That's an that's an amazing story. I've never heard that before that one before from you know saying listen to your podcast. All the time just never heard that one shooter so and so so anything like that for you I I fell at a very early age. I was this given the flag to problem solve and I think that I grew family. Yes so I think that I Someone the hero someone gives you a flag and you can either take it or not. I don't know but there's different roles that people are calls. I mean families no it it was all done with straight line. We also hero to the family. Come I think that you know the name Venus so so like going back to the name. We've come full circle so we have like. Victoria's the oldest Catherine Danielle Matthew and I'm the second oldest and Venus so in a way it it kind of sets up that you have to be doing something. Why are you on your phone? You're not even listening. I am listening to you because somebody takes me. I'm interviewing yields. Somebody texted W I had to respond fucked up listeners. Just want you to know that. He's on this about him all the time every day. But if I look at my phone he has a Shit Fatso also really oil. While we're going to ship it but I'll call you on it Do you want to hear. The story is okay so at the end of the day I just would. We would sit on the stoop all of our houses connected because we lived in a row homes and it would listen to the women talk about these problems as if they were unsolvable they would talk about these issues and I remember this very young age. I must've been four or five years old. When I was laying? Condom from just relational problems. Money problems but it wasn't and I was obviously as I got got older. I was able to be like. Oh this isn't about that. This is about this but I I never really said anything I just was like these. Problems are solvable. We can solve scar cool and silver. I am and that's really how I got into it like this. This is we can do this. You know and I I really do believe in. I don't think people need more psychologists I think people need more community and friends with you and I and we have you. Did you have come along at a time. When the the cognitive revolution has occurred too so you can can help them solve their problems as community in France They don't need psychologist so I I think that that was my early lesson in like okay. What what am I gonNa do with my life and so I started doing that as a very young age and probably badly and so I decided to do it as a as an older adult? Come to me with Steph too and I think about it in college particular but I I was not the right person. That'd be a good listener. Always well that's.
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"Couldn't believe. Have you actually done it. I was like Holy Shit. He we were in the kids quick to. He's so nice really is do you have trouble saying no. Oh Oh yeah yeah I would have said no to say no I thought about how guilty and came back stopping ever seen no however it manifest different kind of time horizons to it. I was at the newer craigslist. Tell you why I liked it because you took care of everything for me. Tribe tried. Yeah so it made it. He made it very easy. That was nice and and it was funny and fun to get to know his family and what they were looking at stuff and think about it. So it's as far as good. You also mentioned something. The last time I was here about codependency and really loved what you said that people love. It is co dependent which is true but I think I was probably talking about enmesh not a measurement so much as fusion That that real intense love a fusion. Right you lose your bowed or you lose your body boundaries you lose your emotional boundaries with that other person but to be able to do hit and still be yourself and be able to move in and out of it lexa bleed easily That's where it becomes the difference between health and not health some people the boundaries stabler. Stabler it all the time. That's very common And that's that's where the co-dependency becomes. Would you describe yourself thought I because he knows Judy Likud officiating. What's getting better at saying? No you getting better when you get older guesses just like kids really. I agree with you just older. And you're like you almost don't have the emotional. You can't please everybody what it's I'm just laughing at myself thinking about. Why one of the things that makes it easier for me is I have have? I had an insane memory when I was throughout my life. Like like like I can remember might the the furniture my room and I was on the wall when I was under two years of age and it was just I just had this crazy memberthon. That's kind of faded so I can say no and not keep thinking about Forget that is true because I would be this. I'm this well. I'm getting better at not ruminating over things as much where I did before Trauma in your because usually that's what set your story off. Yes it does not rehearsing things and you who grew up in trauma to similar you know my mother was a traumatic traumatizing and in what way like emotionally emotionally abusive yelling yelling yelling. I would say that I had never heard yelling like that until I spent time in the locked unit of the psychiatric Patrick Hospital as a as a caretaker. I would occasionally hear people yelling like that. No that's that's suffering from something but my dad was a physician and covered hovered and made sure it didn't get out or who knows what the hell they were doing. Whatever that that generation of physicians had been bad boundaries horrible boundaries? They took it on family members. They didn't they just terrible. My husband's father Was Dr Richard Johnson and he he is one of the.
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"And then I I I just saw her from across across the room and I knew that she would be my life. I just knew it that I was gonNA spend the resume with our men experience that phenomenon on like ten to one over women. Okay so that is true. 'cause I tell the story this way I looked across the room and I said I'm GONNA I can't wait to fuck him. This is going to be amazing. Think we tell the story very differently For for men I talked to another anthropologist who had studied this and she said because she was studying love at first sight and she felt men way more than women have experienced that and she said but really what she's finding is that it was lust at first sight. That worked out that it goes down to the memory. So you're you're actually. Maybe you had the same experience Roy Moore honest about it. Can't fuck his brains out. This is going to be great. Yeah so that's how how we met and You know it was. It's it's interesting because I always described when you meet someone like let's say you're in an airport and I have a red suitcase and that other person red suitcase and you're like Oh my God you have a case taste whiskey. I on this plane together. We would fly somewhere and so you then get into a relationship and you're flying you know wherever you're going across the world and then you're just a nation happens and you open. Put up the luggage and begin to take out all of your baggage and all different. When it's all you know what I mean so I always say that like I? I feel like my husband and my baggage Mesh. You know what I mean like twenty. He would kill me for this. Yeah he's the counter. No Twenty seven twenty two twenty three and so I would argue that scripts people say you know the similar script Yup similar is that you expect marriage similar likes similar to be married. I never wanted to be married or have kids. They were the two best decisions I I never made. He made them. He is a great family. Person and key makes good family choices. I just didn't want to be. I just never saw that for myself after mm-hmm yes yes I was like. Why can't we just live like Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell like? Why can't we do that? He said well when you have kids. It's a little bit different and Blah Blah Blah. None of that matters. I just sort of was afraid that maybe wouldn't be a good way for a good mother mother the end of the day. I was scared of I think that I watched my parents are still married but they were children when and they got married and my mother never went to high school My father's an auto mechanic they had been married for over fifty something years So Oh like it's well. Actually we see Lord Sicilian fiddler on the roof so I watched them grow up like my mother was sixteen sixteen and a half when she had me like fifteen when she had my sister. So it's a lot so I kind of looked at this and I'm like oh I don't want to have that Matt and I just didn't feel confident in the my my parent's relationship did not look happy to me. So you married then you die. Sort third hour you get married many get unhappy. That's the four motion the life look at how how did you. How did you overcome that? I had a shocking experience at the altar where I was like. Oh my God this is exactly where I want to be this fucking by the said anything bad about this relationship or marriage. Generally this is precisely where I wanna be and then we indicates pretty quick and that's just suggests that we were. We were overnight. You kind of have a little bit of this Gary Ya. We became parents but we were a weird thing. Where I was at the alternate was like fuck? That's Dr drew outstanding. Did their wedding brilliant. You ask for it. I.
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"Gives her the raccoon. Were good yeah which is which is why your new book will be interesting. Fun knows how many crazy things most people get exactly goes back to what you were talking about really with your bad advice about sex. Sure a afraid need to talk about sex. Fill puritanical society that but it it dovetails into biology biological operation and people just can't get their head around the fact that their biological and so they still kind of magical thinking about biology and so they love folk tales and folk wisdom and folk whatever and so they they'd prefer that to you just basic biological studies major. I find deeply disturbing the ruin event. Could you say it's religion that's it that's all that's all in there right so morality religion and ethics human behavior and guilt. You get right down to it Symphonia for how did we get into this topic. But I'M GONNA go. which is that when you think about the history of the human being throughout human history history until about fifty years ago think about that? The entirety of the human experience throughout history until fifty years ago sex meant and pregnancy pregnancy meant death at least thirty percent of the time. If it didn't mean pregnancy and death it meant an S. T. D. and pelvic inflammatory clamato disease meant death Infection meant death. There was nothing that you'd get your anyway. Nothing nothing so everything about sex and you're a inherent and you know the power that drive and you know of this child gets going with it di- Not only we're GONNA have a child that our hands her for eighteen years this woman but this growth could dive scary scary gotta make it seem. Just him and weird. We'll give it weird names venereal disease as did name. We're we're the were they come up with that Venal Venal what's that venereal. Because we only in the modern era I started calling it sexually transmitted disease. So these are I really believe. That's where a lot of weird stuff that we have. Culturally is take care kits because we didn't know how to shape their behavior throughout much of history And the things that resulted from improper shaping of the behavior and we're really really dangerous. Yeah for most of human history got a loved one. You Mann's blamed things to me. You're so sexy thank you Venus. Which means I I knew that was then? I knew that was going to happen. I was hoping that he forgot about it. Dan at Gerry. He's always on it. Gary does not forget us me of not listening the Astros. Are you listening always listening. So that's I can't wait to get that book that's GonNa be good fun Are you gonNa like you like call together you and Emily Morris show. I'm going on her show next month actual gate when you go on. Ask for advice. Yeah Yeah exactly exactly so. That'll be fun to write And I I I loved the creative process of actually actually writing I'm able to my daughter right now. Oh do tell. It's about consent for young adolescents. Apparently it's great need huge need and We are trying to pull consent away from the medical legal jargon and out of the Hostel Camp Jargon and into into how do you just have empathic relations with good boundaries and though yourself and listen to the person and guess what if you do you'll be you'll make good choices you're good consent Sort of building it up that one thing. You're not drunk yet. There's no consent when you're I I. Would you know. I'm sorta hard core on that. Maybe maybe a glass Sawai but beyond that. I'm not sure we're talking about consent anymore. Because we're altered Seattle altered. It's like no. That's Yeah Yep you don't know that thou like like making it making it less hostile. Gather it's more relational. It's a lot of the stuff I look at. Yes it's exactly what it'd be relational in about healthy relations nations and less about on pest because yeah because so much of the literature authors. I'm pissed and we've kind of moved past that. I don't want to say that I do not. It was quote me on that. I'm not saying the this isn't necessarily a need and an important conversation but to remain just in these pissed zones not necessarily moving forward. Yeah it needed to be loud mid needed h fall in needed that and now it's like okay. How can we really deal with this issue? And it's GonNa stay angry for a long time because I'll tell you what I used to go around. I don't think I talked about any of this. And we were Nice. Second Street Y.. But I used to go around and give talks colleges and I was just always challenging the hookup culture thing because there was all this data that showed women were very unhappy unhappy with it that they perceive their social choices in college. Life throughout the land as random. Hook up Friends with benefits. It's or There was one o- or a boyfriend girlfriend That's it those your three choices. Nothing else and they were very unsatisfied with all all the choices but the organizing experience was hooking up and so I said well of hooking up so an end the one piece of data that was omnipresent was when somebody engaged in a random hook up there always loaded one hundred percent So my question the audience would always be. That's the organizing experience of your college college life. Why don't you fucked up to man? Why do you have to fight up gary wine? College fucked up to go to a hookah. Random hookup confidence. Do you mean another other words for that. That's what I always hear. Things like this but inhibited produce rings. I'd turn yeah. It's really really want to do this. But Man Matt a tall order. I can hurt somebody hurt myself. I could is anxiety reject anxious. There's also the social factor that we just talking about a random hookup. God like thank. You would be seen for women as well so so. That's God's whatever so the men but they do not worry. They're concerned was this is a taller. Makes me anxious and I'll l. call ups helps me deal so I would always give to give them to talk first and then we'll go okay. Ladies you've heard the men all of them what are you. What are you drinking for? Silence silence not a hand. Goes up now. The hand goes up eventually and goes beer goggles right. Okay got it on your good luck. Burger got it but still room with silence and inevitably right in the front third audiences always distribute themselves in really interesting way. It's always the front third there in the center of the room. Always any sense Gary I guess what I would hear grow would always have very coyly go. I don't know if it'd be the first thing but I would. To of DOC review was saying earlier about how you can be perceived. That's a bit of a get a job. You get a little bit of that sometimes. Sometimes get some women going. Oh I can blame the the blame of Vigo. Did I hear that he the guys they need something to blame some white. Why do you have been blamed something against silence? They don't WanNa talk. They're all ashamed. And and then we'll go goes. I make sure I drink so when this thing happens. I don't have any feelings every room I've ever spoken to throughout the country. That comes at me within about three minutes of asking the women in the room they answer is that's devastating. That's sad it is. Yeah and I'd be pissed if I woke up from that now which I think what's happening right. So they're like what I've been putting up with putting up essentially with rape because I at my of course their past. Yeah of course and so. I didn't know I used to try to bring it out and we could. Do you know what would be better. And then the same same. So I'd I'd go guys this familiar there now. The guys go silent like this is stunning information and I go so ladies. What could we if we had a clean slate? I could create a social order. That was to your liking what would I do. I just have infant powers. I can do it now and again. Silence then one hand goes up our wished guy with just sit and listen to talk with me talking to a Saxon you talking about always and then the chorus would come in. Yes they would assume. Listen listen to talk and exchange and I would just point out to them I go yes. We used to call that a date. It's called date so you would like to date. You would like to uh-huh and I go. How about you split a meal crazy? Talk Crazy and then I would point out to them all this. Fm I research that shows that males ails you. Can you activate appetite appetite of desire with visual imagery. They want what they say doesn't work that way with about eighty nine women women. You activate appetite appetites desires with intimate conversation. Well I just want to tell you that there is an amazing book that you would love. And it's by Dr Wednesday today Martin and it's called untrue and it it debunks all of this shitty research done on Really Gender relations about what women want about what men want One of those is that Men Are not as monogamous is women which is not true actually women want want novelty. Yes women wind Too many one partner in need of repair like marriage is an institution made by Chinaman forming it works for men and historically true. I'm not sure that's true that's true. Well that's apologised Lionel Tiger Woods who is a famous mischaracterize anthropologists would say no. That's that's to keep you around to provide while they need the safety of child rearing phenomenon. He's a man it's vulnerability ability but marriage ultimately is an institution made by men for men for men to the extent that men were charged. That necessarily true yes so so on. Every quality of life measure men's Quality Blake when they're married goes up they have more sex in their single counterparts They get paid more more They're just happier. They live longer for women. It's the exact opposite so I think today some of the issues that is challenging alleging in twenty twenty soon to be is how do we make marriage appealing for women. Because I can't tell you drew. How many times? I hear a woman tell me that she's working full-time she's doing the laundry. She's taking care of the kids. She's doing the shopping she's doing everything of America should be doing that letter. Settle Too. Well I mean there are when you're living with someone. There needs to be the point that I'm getting at. Is that under the house. There is still huge. Ism Man that sexism where and I noticed it. I live in incredibly liberal house. Okay my my. My husband is amazing but I took notice that.
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"Don't forget the after dark there. You might like that Gary. I just signed you to watch their Robert Paul Champagne series and at the home visit. I do to him well that I make on his behalf and one of the more dramatic experience that I've been through. I think you need to vote on that I I. I was actually just googling him in the first things that come up are deeply concerning for those of you that are why maitree mom's house fans. He's the tried out guy and I went and visited his home and it was quite enlightening and bring cameras and we'll check it out Tried out you got to see the real thing Also set setup. You don't want a doctor DOT TV streaming show every week where you can interact and we send out a blast me go live with that and it's been pretty cool interesting show on multiple platforms zone. Whatever you're watching it and we will be there on those afternoons where we do those shows for a couple of hours? It's my privilege to welcome Dr. Venus Nichelino back to the show. Welcome DR V. Thank you for having me and you you said. That's how eloquently. I have a lot of people choke over all the vowels Ravioli. And that name bordering on Hawaiian all right. I mean I like it. I'll take it continents and they made that exactly down kept the V.. In the Noor and those are very very powerful continents. Yes so how his marriage boot camp going It's going We actually have our Finale I believe next next Friday. Thank you thank you for that. Thank you thank you for that. So yeah it's it's it's going I mean it's it was an interesting season as as you know. I always say that you and I live in the same house but you live in the house I live in the garage. You do the more fun stuff and maybe even slightly more legitimate but hey can help your marriage. A- sure you have plenty we do we do for sure for sure. So yeah that's good I. It's been a it's been. How many seasons so the show has been on the air for thirteen seasons? Which is insane I think about it? I have done a housecall with doing addiction. House spell rainy intervention on somebody half of them yes actually a lot I know and then the way reality works. is they carefully. Hide that when you deal with it or or offer later. Whenever it's part of the story are well? You had said it so eloquently the last time I was here which was The production of those shows and what the doctors are on their to-do are consistently running In opposite directions so I find that really stuck with me because I couldn't really figure out what exactly is it. That at times causes me to feel like incredibly uncomfortable uncomfortable. It's so uncomfortable. Yeah yeah because they are undermining. You're you're there because obviously you know people love to see conflict. Navy is boring boring boring to being healthy as boring so I feel healing you on that in a in a very real TV show scripted. Show unreal. I heard of it so I assigned Gary some viewing you. I'm assigning I knew. Just the first episode. You'll have to watch one episode and you'll get a feel for it right away. Yeah and you will be able to recognize many of your staff on that. They're actually actually people represented on the show from your staff heard. I heard that that is the case. It's very even though it's scripted. It's true it's very accurate. Exactly goes a little over the top but but the the basics of it are quite accurate. Yeah yeah so I I always remembered that are our goals are running an opposite direction action right and and you couldn't and that can be okay to appoint right you can just you gotta put certain lines in the sand for the production team and then you and then you on the other hand have to have faith in them that they know how to create things that people wanNA walk. It's across purposes. But but if you don't get is whatever you're trying into would you ever hope to get out get out anyway. So you have to figure out a way to navigate it where you can keep it safe. Do what you need to do them. I am not totally damage your patients and still get maybe they want and even now you bring up a good point about addiction. oftentimes we don't show that I know I. It's I find that fascinating that it's really a topic that people want to stay. Stay away from me come help you yes. I'll just be a Scottish swing swing by just or even do a little lecture about addiction or something and respond to that and then you can go deal with with them once they start spinning seeing them so down for that anything like that thrill. Dr Drew Happy to do it. By the way you can find Dr vs website. It talked to do the number two D. R. V. Doctor and then Dr Underscore V. Underscore tweet is the twitter handle. Is that a new twitter handle. No that's the same but I'm so so impressed with your ability to sail because I don't know people are like what are your interests. I have no clue. Wait cursor fucking awesome. Thanks man so. So what's what's ahead for you. What do you think we're thinking about well? I I love the fact that you're brainstorming coming on the show but what I WANNA do is with my book. The word ice okay. The one Gary was in New York City the Ninety Second Street y Yeah Presentation Yeah it was so let me tell you what would have happened. So Gary Listening. Thank you So what ends up happening is I asked drew to do me a solid and come and talk with me or interview me at the ninety. Second Second Street Y.. Thinking that like I had the main stage like this is Harper Collins were dealing with like a real publishing company so drew says. Oh Oh yes. Of course the Great God. It's going to be so amazing. I'm proud to sing. I'm like thinking about what I'm going to say I'm thinking about it throughout the the I just wanted to go so well I've lay all the way out to New York City drew. Thank God there. we get there and we are in I swear to God the tiniest little classroom and there were people packed. It is eight was a classroom. I got the early show children in that classroom. Four orange blossom things just restate drew from the bottom of my heart. I love you because you made me feel. You helped me feel so good. Good guardless was happening around us vet so I just I would just a weird. They stuck in that low road. Fuck it anyway. It was so beautiful. I remember you were talking to A woman in the front row started crying. It was so powerful so beautiful so So bad advice how to survive and thrive in Asia. Bullshit that I would love to make that into a TV show of all the bags almost could be a moving all the bachelor dykes script. That's true but it also could be almost like I don't know if anybody watches doctors anymore but a better doctors where like you're talking about all the better base you get but then you're like dozen apple a day really keep the doctor away. You know that kind of go through some of the stuff that you talked about a a lot of interesting stuff in an advice. Well now. We'll give all the way we'll give it always but so for example there's one chapter called. You can't love anyone until until you love yourself. What a crock? Shit like and people repeat this horn over and over and by the way I just want to point out why. I think it's important that we stop saying this kind of BS. Because look there was at one point where we thought the world was flat so we revolved our allies run a flat world. We thought bloodletting would help people we thought lobotomies were good. Exactly there's this idea that theories matter how we think and how our worldview is affected by theories matter so if you believe you can't love anyone until you love yourself it's going to affect affect how you see yourself and how you see other people. So the book sets out to scientifically and biologically inform warn. People are these statements true and if they're not true why are they not true and what is really the good advice to that so without giving too much away of the book a little more because there's so many great in there so another one. I don't talk about this one that much I'm I'm I'm I'm glad of the opportunity. Honesty is the best policy. Is We Li- Fifty two times a day so while it might be the best policy. It's not the real policy rain. It's not the honest policy and little little tiny polite light lies make the world go round. You know what I mean just like if I were to tell them. It's great or even like your grandmother. Who gives you that fuzzy sweater every Christmas? You know this is so ugly. I can't stand that like you would never do. That was courtesy. So there's there's a difference between these polite polite. Let's say I don't even like the word lies. I don't even like the word white lies but there's just there's something about helping the world go around the courtesy sort of Greece for the wheel rain and I talk in the book. How people love to hide behind being truthful? I mean it's the worst. I'm just being honest. No you're not it'll be because I'm on it. Yeah no that's actually not true. Just mean you know what I mean. So and that that distance is like oceans apart between being mean and being honest right So people hide behind that so so that's one of my. It's later in the a book but it's a chapter that added because I heard someone saying during.
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