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First EMS personnel in Montgomery County receive COVID-19 vaccine, Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

01:07 min | 3 weeks ago

First EMS personnel in Montgomery County receive COVID-19 vaccine, Philadelphia

"Their covert shots. Okay, Whatever it is just a new toe has more on how Monaco's trying to get to the other side of the pandemic. Lieutenant Joe Yocum with the nor birth ambulance was one of the first M s workers in the county to be vaccinated. I decided to get the vaccine publicly because for the past nine months, I haven't had a safety that our parachute I've literally been face to face with these patients that have had covert 19. Yocum says In just the past few months he's dealt with nearly three dozen cases of coronavirus. I feel more comfortable walking into someone's house that may or may not have the virus. I got a two year old at home. I love her to death, and I don't want to bring that home to her. Montgomery County Board of Commissioners chair Dr Bell or course says it's imperative these AMs workers on the top of the list when it comes to giving the vaccinations were working through some really critical frontline people. People that will become the vax vaccinators as we continue with this process, or Kush says they received 2000 doses of the Madonna vaccine for Paramedics empties in home health care workers, among others, she says. In the next one of vaccinations they want to target teachers, police officers and firefighters as well as grocery store workers. Just the nude O K Y. W. NewsRadio, New Jersey, has started inoculating residents and staffers

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Early Data Show Moderna’s Coronavirus Vaccine Is 94.5% Effective

Jeff Katz

01:07 min | 2 months ago

Early Data Show Moderna’s Coronavirus Vaccine Is 94.5% Effective

"DONOR Announcing its vaccine is nearly 95% effective, and President elect Joe Biden is weighing in on the news. ABC is Karen Travers is in Washington with the latest president elect Joe Biden Rights on Twitter that the good news from drug company Madonna on a potential covert 19 vaccine is quote Further reason to feel hopeful. But Biden adds quote, we're still months away, and he says Americans need to continue to wear masks and practice social distancing, biting. You gonna congratulate who he caused the brilliant women and men who produced this breakthrough, saying they're bringing the US one step closer to beating the virus. President Trump in a Tweet said History should remember that the vaccine development quote all took place on my watch. Karen Travers, ABC News Washington. Are you Via doctor Reacting favorably to the new vaccine news? I was having coffee with friends this morning. I was saying, like, Wow, this is this is gonna be the end of this problem. You know, a year from now will be out out out of this Just awesome news. Via Dr Bell. Petri. He says 94.5% effectiveness is like the measles vaccine. Which of 60 to 70% of the people receive. It could reduce Cove into the frequency. We see

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"dr bell" Discussed on Science for the People

Science for the People

01:33 min | 5 months ago

"dr bell" Discussed on Science for the People

"Next his doctor Trevor Bell Dr Bell is a physical geographer and field scientists at Memorial University of Newfoundland. He studies landscape and seabed history and climate change impacts in Arctic coastal communities. I'll thanks so much for speaking to me today. Very welcome. So I have a pretty introductory question but what does geography have to do with climate change research. I think geography. E really focuses on. spatial issues, spatial patterns, especially in this case humans and the environment. And they think in. Arctic environments. You know there's a very intimate relationship between the peoples who lived there lived there for centuries to millennia. And the geography off off off their land and the geography for the travel. So you know I think. Who probably, what's most surprising May to? To your listeners. Is that a frozen ocean is the normal condition for inuit living in the. North. So we think about sea ice. We think about maybe that only occurring in into. Atlantic.

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"dr bell" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:42 min | 11 months ago

"dr bell" Discussed on 600 WREC

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"dr bell" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

19:37 min | 1 year ago

"dr bell" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

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"dr bell" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

18:19 min | 1 year ago

"dr bell" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

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"dr bell" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"dr bell" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

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"dr bell" Discussed on Mike Drop

Mike Drop

13:37 min | 1 year ago

"dr bell" Discussed on Mike Drop

"Stuff. 'cause you're already good at it because you've been doing all your life. You've like driving is self defense right. You know walk in the streets and navigating a busy street is a former self defense. We've got two thirds of the skill set of understanding understanding where to move and put our body and had talked ourselves to communicate with people that's two thirds of real self defense the third part the physical part we'd use primal gross motor move. It's all based on storrow flange. We've we've figured out after decades decades had a weapon is the flinch I had my seven year old daughter was hanging out with me at a seminar and they're filming filming the seminar for <hes> for Cross fit and many years ago she's seventeen now so tiny ten years ago tape and she goes she goes debt and and the the Spear Movement of driving out your hand and having extensive chain kick first of all if I pick somebody up a whipping at you and you did that like that survival level D._N._A.. If you can shop in it through cognitive like like neuro-psychological understanding of how to fire those muscles and now you do your ten thousand reps of converting the Lynch and driving in the impact on that is fucking and saying we've had guys I've had guys number two say number one hit a guy always saw my home of cameras feet like how we've had guys knock people like like hit a power and go over car and have to go on the impact because it's a quarter extremity movement that hits with the drive of your foot. It's like a split jerk for self the fats yeah. It's fucking insane so you can actually create more impact force with a full on spear then you could look at a psychic or a fucking reverse punch on a heavy back yeah so I can spear you in the throat or head like as hard as I can skip psychic you nuts insane right so we can teach that because the kinetic chain of that is already hardwired and if you can do push up right the you can we do a palm strike and so I teach people hey you got danger close. You're going to be WHOA WHOA WHOA WHOA WHOA your hands. Dr Bell like untrained person right is going to do this organically so if I walk up to somebody at Walmart who's not trained go boo. They're going to what the fuck what's your problem. They're gonna hit this novel posture. There's going to be organic fear there if I could get them to commit to going from here lamb and smashing like if that Michael Somebody's face and smashing them under their head and visualizing the angle of a Pez dispenser fast people get that they're like crushing things like within minutes because it's tied to it'll cost you if you don't do this. There's a real emotional and I can take somebody where I go. You know I'm GonNa Steal your water don't do that. I can take your water okay. I'm GonNa take your dog and they'll freak writer. There your kid in the freaks of you you find those triggers plant them so we can in a day get people like super dial into that stuff but this is not to be confused with martial arts and that's and that's that big refit onto well. No I to me. It's a it's absolutely apt for for people that WANNA learn like I think it why don't think fuck. I know it's a daunting task just the same analogy is the fat kid. That's like coming on to the gym. Could such a long long road up or whatever is that you know for people pull that you know their schedule is what it is you know whatever is you know they don't have the ability or or won't prioritize and carve out the amount of time. It's going to take the become proficient at Jujitsu at kickboxing at Chroma God fucking whatever <hes> is that it's a good <hes> bridge the gap and it's frankly at least you know from from what I I'm hearing about it and from having known about it for years and <hes> you know looked into it enough prior to on the interview <hes> is that just good practical application that <hes> you know that keeps things very name perspective here if you had a favor racecar driver into I'm not either so I don't like now I would say Taylor canfield because he was on his former former team. Guy Who now drives NASCAR okay so but you know he could be at a car to light and we could have Schumacher Mario Andretti and all the grades bring him back from if they're all passed away with the greatest drivers can be at an intersection in their personal vehicle. Oh it's today modern vehicle. They could be sitting there looking at each other. They know who each other and then some guy race in another guy comes in blows an intersection and and hits rear ends or head on not bones everybody what's going to save them in the car. There's their skill if they if you know and this cars Jujitsu car in this cars across Magog. Are you know we could say look. If you're in the previous. You've got a problem if he's fifty right and so there is the the analogy falls apart if you will is in an armored Hummer right I get that let's not be a declaration metaphor. What's going to save the person in the in the metaphor here is that that that head-on collision is a stimulus being introduced to quickly? It's the it's the ambush in the fight that you knew could happen which you didn't think it was going to happen right there because if you knew there's an ambush right around here you wouldn't go right around there. It's realizing that it's about to happen and getting the fuck out of the way it was the airbag that saves you in the Car Analogy and the startled flinch is the bodies organic biological air back right so if I come at you at a knife with a gun of pull something about Michael Flinch will happen. It changes if you're holding a long gun at changes if you're GONNA flashlight and looking at somebody's I._D.. It changes if your hands are free. There's a thing called across extensive reflex so if I'm holding my phone and my glasses and something makes me flinch I actually contracted moving because across answer locks up around whatever you're holding. This is important ship that you need to know if you're cop if you're if you're one of our military and you got shit in your hand guns you should happen. You'll walk down so when you contract is a micro flinch but we figured out a way after decades of studying shouldn't creating drills in to make people literally safer and we've had been teaching this bureau bodyguard course for fucking ten years. We have like real life people going. Oh my God I was almost this. I you know we'd want actually <hes> and there was a <hes> a gangs there the rape and kill somebody as part of their their ritual and there had been to taxes outside Nashville sounds Nice group ago yeah and <hes> and I I never even train this girl I interviewed around my podcast <hes> and <hes> her data trainer this out transferable it is her dad had taken my course in the drills were so simple and so obvious that he trained her and and <hes> in all it is extensive chain of stronger than your flex your chain right and so your flex your chain polls. Your Center chain pushes away. If you look at the neuroscience of the startled flinch part of it is is to create space noxious stimuli which means push away danger and is like neuroscience another do itself so there's a scientific foundation all this. She gets jumped. She's getting back in her car at like seven eleven at night and this guy comes. She sees this other car there. She sees it as one of the guys are missing. She saw them when she went in and had a fierce bike right away but didn't do anything about it came together in a car saw the guy was gone the other passengers gone and then she got jumped from behind members at all victims of violence like she she had two minutes to fucking circumvent that went and went back riccar still looked at it because it was still they're missing guy. That's weird and then got jumped but when his hand came around she sought of the Corner Vying she flinch in her arm got caught and she remembered the beautiful thing about the spirit extensive stuff. Is it works at on any plane it can work when you're on your back. It can work if the attackers behind you it can work with the attackers in front of you she he's grabbing like this or hands up there and she remembers for doing the drills we do these bear hugged drills to teach this where the hand came out and she was able to pry him out to hear his hand still wrapped around here she had fucking Mace on her teaching and she from here turned around and sprayed her and him <unk> over shoulder fucking hit with it bad guys what property body your life he had to take her as property to Raipur then to kill her so there was a timeline bad guys don't want get caught. Get hurt. Get it the things that take too long her being able to create a little time break there and get to improvise weapon change their whole timeline fucking like oh and they took off oh it was all in the frigate news and but like Shit like that where where she gone back to me years later you know and then I ended up when I heard the story was like Holy Shit. Would you talk about that on on the show but it just like I say that because I you know we talk about hey lot of you. Learn of years to train. I trained some of the best fucking fighters in the world is just imagine like all of your cars. Don't have air bags and I go. I can insert an airbag yeah like why would you have one of an airbag so regardless you could be a black belt you no in in every martial art in the world. If you don't have to weaponize start playing like the Israeli soldiers I talked about in the beginning right yeah right then you're going to be your champion getting the fuck beat out of them by a chair. Maybe there's there's there's there's lots of love of evidence in examples of very trained people that have been yeah fucked up and killed in real violent encounters because they thought about. I'm this good. I'm just going to do that yeah yeah and knowing that they're encountering encountering things that aren't in the rules and never been seen or totally well good Samaritan. You think you're going to bitch slap someone and go ahead you like them. Apples and this person's thinking you know what I'm going to kill this fucker yeah and that's that's very in dangerous game department a love it if you could can you just kind of go over the products that you have before we have my my wife had that the thing printed for the no fear seminar and she's GonNa kill me. She goes issues that you put it on. The desk and I'm like Oh yeah we did here. Honey was so the most important thing so the products we have of course our training. We've got training for military training for law enforcement. <hes> there's a lot of different courses. We've got our spear fundamental course which is like you know. How do you had you right lesson plans to use it as expert witness? How do you <hes> you know we've been around for for thirty years in a lot of experience <hes> in in many areas and we're going to operate a course ground fighting course a weapon protection course and they're all built around this whole notion of all Pfizer dangerous? The most dangerous fight is the one that you didn't agree to so law enforcement military division. We've got a a division in for Marsh Professional Martial Arts and self defense instructors who look at the probably the most important stuff that I do is is the the research around reverse engineering scenarios because the only way you you ever get got good at stuff in the even when training your dogs and stuff like that you're doing scenarios. You can only take something so far until you put something scenario you go the training work. This is functional. I feel good releasing this dog because they're doing what they're supposed to do the same thing in the teams teams you did scenarios right yeah. He had houses yet so munitions U._T._M.. You did stuff and you went. These tactic seemed to work than you did. Four some force so we we really really pioneered some cool shit with that. I spent five years creating a suit called high. Hi years an impact reduction suit ways ten pounds less less than ten pounds head to Toe <hes> we got a couple of copies out there don't boy by the copies by American but it allows you to the higher sue did for <hes> <hes> force-on-force training what's marking Cartridge Simson U._t._m.. Have done for seek you be like suddenly you know if you're hitting things you know if things are working so gives people in a political way to test the the theory of their their training tactic so so you don't even you can go. I think Tony Bullshit and spears full of Shit by my hide your suit put it on in because it's like it's it's like a grappling Matt. You can wear and real environments you go. You know what let's do. <hes> let's get to cars beside each other and do a carjacking with our our training weapons or our buddies and we're wearing this gear so we hit a car bounce to the ground so it's like a go online and check it out. It's GONNA bad ass. If somebody just didn't know where to start I I would tell them to download my no fear seminar. I told you guys that I grew up like afraid of everything right and so I had to develop a way to look at it and then I then I accidentally realized that a lot of people are afraid of Shit. They just didn't talk about it and then you have some guys that are they're not afraid to jump out of an airplane and maybe charter threat but they're afraid to Samsar afraid to say I love you right and that actually becomes becomes more of a problem in their life than than this brought the other one so what's important. The ideas is not this scenario like that..

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"dr bell" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"dr bell" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

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"dr bell" Discussed on Speaking of Psychology

Speaking of Psychology

17:49 min | 2 years ago

"dr bell" Discussed on Speaking of Psychology

"The. Hello and welcome to speaking of psychology a podcast produced by the American psychological association. I'm your host Caitlyn, Luna, joined by Dr Thomas in cell, a psychiatrist and neuroscientist whose co, founder and president of mine, strong health, a company that is using mobile technology to diagnose, treat behavioral health disorders prior to mind, strong Dr. Bell was a longtime director of the National Institute of mental health. Welcome doctrine. So Caitlyn pleasure to be here. Thank you for joining us today. So at the two thousand eighteen APA convention, your gave a talk with the provocative title calls. Smartphones are problem. Can they be a solution? And every day we hear about how smartphones are impacting our attention spans relationships. Number of things are health overall, but there really are lifelines use them to get to go whatever we need. So how can they be a solution? If they are a problem, we'll Caitlyn the way that you frame that I think. Exactly the way we think about it. They have become a lifeline. They become a way that we navigate the world. It's probably not too strong to say that we live on our phones. We lived through our phones not making about your judgment here, but that is for better or worse. The state of play for most people, especially younger people in the US increasingly around the world. In behavioral health broadly, we've spent much of the last five decades trying to understand how to measure how people are doing. And the way we usually do that as we say, how you feeling in the hopes that we will get from them a reply that will help us to assess their level of functioning over the previous days weeks or months. For the first time, we actually have a way of looking directly at how their folks turning by using the device that is their lifeline. That is the way in which they're living. We've never been able to do that before and smartphones give us this kind of unprecedented opportunity to get a window directly into how somebody's functioning without having to use paper and pencil test without having to get them to guesstimate for us. Like with the ph nine out, they've been feeling over the previous two weeks. We can actually look everyday over the previous two weeks and know exactly how they're doing in terms of how they're managing the world around them. And can you walk us through the mind, strong apps about will what will know from this app ski tell me how they work. But what mine strong did was actually. Not to begin around behavioral health. The birth of the company came about because our founder Paul datum was in a different realm together. He was in cybersecurity and the question he was posing was insider security. Is there a way to track hackers? Is there a way to identify individuals not by how they're posting a username where their addresses, but by how they type. And he was able to develop that it's a tool now called behavioral analytics, very important in the perennial area of cybersecurity and develop this with the hope of being able to create a sort of robust mechanism for denting individuals. We, he called it a digital fingerprint when his company was bought, and he was looking for the next opportunity to use digital fingerprinting. He thought maybe we could use this in healthcare. His background was as a physician. He was a in a pre. Career cardiovascular surgeon. And so he took this digital fingerprinting idea began using it in the company that stale called mine strong for digital FINA typing. What is that? It's very simple. It's using a measure through nap of how someone interacts with their keyboard. It's the taps. It's the scrolls. It's the clicks, all of that and mentoring that across time to create a set of potential biomarkers that have been been developed by taking hundreds actually now, thousands of people and at the same time, using gold standard reference tools, whether that is the q. nine or a Hamilton depression score, or whether it's a neuro cognitive battery, or even now doing the same kind of thing with neuro imaging, trying to find ways to validate those signals against gold standard measures and begin to say, do we have a way currently to use this smartphone device to use these tools to. Begin to say, rather than having you fill out a form every other day or every week, maybe we could get continuous objective passive miserable from the way you interact with your phone, not what you type, but how you type. That's what mine Strong's all about. And how does that work? How does your your swiping behavior show that you might be experiencing depression or something even more serious? Yeah, it's an interesting question. One would think that those two things would be unrelated. What were discovering is that in the same way that we say, this is your lifeline. This is how you navigate the world that the way you do that is reflected in changes in mood. Now, if that sounds surprising and maybe should be, I should point out that there's not a single measure. It's not as if we've simply said, oh, you know, the delay between hitting the space-borne character on the smartphone is the same as whatever your Hamilton depression score will be, or it's a predictor of relapse. It's not like that. There are a thousand potential biomarkers. There are hundreds of go together through machine learning to create the panel that we call it digital biomarker and those there's not one single events or one single operation on the phone that is predictive. It's a full range of those put together. And interestingly, we can customize the customize this. So as you might expect the signals or little bit different, if you're seventy three instead of twenty three, if you live in China versus living in the United States. So part of the work of mine strong, identifying those signals. Customize robust way that provide some clinically actionable signal that we can use for healthcare and for someone who's listening watching who doesn't doesn't have a background in science, what is biomarker biomarker we know biomarkers mostly through the rest of medicine. So in diabetes care used to use glucose now, use something called the hemoglobin a. one seat in the case of monitoring your hypertension. We look at let pressure to biomarker for prostate cancer. We have the PSA. We have a whole range of tests in medicine, often blood based tests that we use as objective robust measures tell us how somebody is progressing in the course of their illness or whether they meet the criteria for an illness. Part of what's really been a handicap for us and the whole realm of mental illness is that we do not have biomarkers at this point that are clinically useful. There's been a tremendous amount of research around this looking for markers and blood markers in the brain through imaging, we still lack anything that has clinical validity to it as a biomarker for either diagnosis or for monitoring care. The hope here is that by using the smartphone, we can begin to find those signals that actually will do for depression and PTSD and schizophrenia, what the hemoglobin a. one c has done for diabetes. And so if the app is indicated that you might be suffering from impression, what snacks, what is the next step? Do you does? Mine, strong, yell, you what to do? That's absolutely the best question came because we often call these biomarkers these digital signals. We call them digital smoke alarms. Basically, it's telling you that there's a problem that needs attention. That's important. It's not. Enough, right? It's tells you that you need to do something. So what do you do and what mind Strong's involved with now is creating what we often call the loop? Not just the effort loop that, hey, there's a, there's a smoke signal here, but actually doing something to put out the fire. What would that be? Well, in our case, we have the advantage again of having a platform which everybody carries around in their pocket and which allows us not only to detect a problem, but to the liver solutions, though solutions could be a form of psychotherapy could be a form of education. It could be a form of connecting people to care, so that could be helpful not just for online, but offline care. There's a whole range of resources that you can deliver through the phone so that people have access to them in real time that allow you to provide what we would call not only measurement based care, but connected care to keep in touch with people in connects people to the resources, either online or offline that can make a difference once they're developing. Problem. And so cyber security is a big issue and you talked about people within your organization president on co-president, who was background. So talking about cybersecurity, what do you, how do you say to people who might be worried about, okay, you're getting my phone. What we're about their data should. What do you say to that? Certainly helps if founder who's got. Great expertise in security and knowing how to handle questions around privacy there. Several issues here the deep dive and certainly were in this era where SIL, many of us have been burnt by bad behavior from tech companies. We often now talk about the tech lash, the backlash against tech companies because of the way they have mishandled our personal data, or people have been miseducation about what would happen to their data. So at our company at most of the companies in this mental health space and their many. Now this has become a major focus of figuring out how to do this with public trust, had to do this with tight security with data protection. There are, of course, new regulations like the GDP are in Europe or the new California consumer privacy law that just passed last month here in California. We've gone way beyond those to make sure that the data that we. Elect not only encrypted, but it's doubly protected. And most of all it set up in such a way that if someone is uncomfortable with what's happening with their data, they have full agency full opportunity to be able to withdraw. So this is all about building a system that's not only effective in terms of its clinical value, but it's earns public trust because it provides transparency, it cares about privacy and security, and most of all it confers agency to the people whose data you're collecting those together, I think can help us what we've said is our north star. Mine strong is idea that were empowering patients and families giving them better data. And I think if we keep that as the northstar is the way that we wanna build a product that really helps people like giving them the best that we can give them. I think that actually goes a long way to building. Trust. And so he talked about how apps like this, improve healthcare mental healthcare and healthcare overall. You know, it's an interesting point in time. I think we're still early on and what will be. I think very exciting story. We may be in chapter one or chapter two, where many apps and many companies have shown the feasability and showing the power of the signals they can create or the value of the interventions they can deliver through smartphone. We don't know at this point is what the impact of this new technology will be on public health. We haven't yet the deployment to millions or multi millions of people in the to be able to say, this decreases suicide. This reduces hospitalization and emergency room visits. This reduces the cost while improving the folly of care and giving us better outcomes. All of us want that all of us are on that path. But I'd say here at the beginning of August two thousand eighteen. We're not there yet. And so I believe you probably discussion double-track is the future of healthcare. And if so, what are the limitations where the benefits of what an interesting I'm we're in. I think it's fair to say that healthcare will be changing, and in some ways were slow to this change and retail and. Entertainment and banking, and so much of our society has already been transformed by this digital and information revolution. It hasn't happened for healthcare and maybe that's not surprising. Maybe we should've expected that healthcare would be a little slow to the party. The fact that Amazon and Berkshire Hathaway j. p. Morgan and they'll come together to say, hey, we wanna look at healthcare and we want to try to provide something that gets better outcomes at lower costs and it's more acceptable to our employees. That's interesting. And I think we'll see over the next couple of years that those companies and many others are going to begin to transform the way healthcare gets delivered. My guess is at the end of the day, we're not talking about a completely online system not only because we need to have surgical centers. We need ICU's. We need to have hospitals where people can get intensive care. But even for mental health care, it's likely that we will have both online and offline, and I think the future of mental health care is going to be both high-tech and touch how we put those together and how we build both a high tech and a better high touch system is going to be really interesting. We're gonna see that over the next four or five years. Mine strongest. One of many companies pushing on this high tech side, but we recognize as well. The tech is only going to go so far and that when you're dealing with people with serious mental illness, you've got to have the high touch piece as well. But we're banking on is that we can use. We can use the tech to get much better high touch, and that I think will be the future of the mental health care system in the way that we're going to build it. I do one more question was not and when Moore annoy so's my last, so we're, whereas mine strong at this point, where are you right now and when will is it? Is it available for people? Where are you? Right? So much strong is a work in progress. It's a company that's a little over a year old year and a half old. Although it has about four or five years of data behind it. We are building the company through partnerships with mostly at this point healthcare providers and payers. So our interest is in creating a new healthcare company for mental health that would use technology. We don't provide a consumer device or consumer app new, though the the app is on the as the play store and it's on the app store. It's not really set up for downloading individuals to use for themselves. We wanna use this within a healthcare setting, and so it's vailable through the research were currently doing in the partnerships we currently have with the rain to both academics for research and the partners that are payers and providers of for actually testing out what this doesn't healthcare sounds like there's some exciting times had super exciting, and you know, I think for a lot of members of the of particularly for students who were thinking like, what's my future all about? It's important to recognize that this is a moment in time where the Santer shifting in the same way that a decade ago that would have been true for retail for entertainment for many aspects of. Our economy that's happening now in healthcare mental healthcare care. You know, Bill Gates famously said that. Things will change much less than we expect in the next two years and much more than expect in the next ten. And I think that's true for mental healthcare and technology as well. Thank you so much for joining us today. Q. speaking of psychology is part of APA podcast network, which includes other great podcasts like AP journals, dialogue about the latest and most exciting, psychological research and progress notes about the practice of psychology. You can find our podcast on itunes, Stitcher, and wherever you find your podcasts, you can also visit speaking of psychology dot org to you other up associates and resources about the topics we discuss. I'm your host Caitlyn, Luna for the American psychological association.

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"dr bell" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"dr bell" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

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"dr bell" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"dr bell" Discussed on WGN Radio

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"dr bell" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"dr bell" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Then on that next. Page you can click cat breeds and it will tell. You about each breed and what different issues, they're going on Dr bell what have I am somebody says okay I want as you talked about earlier these designer breeds I wanna labrador or a, schnoodle or whatever is that going to theoretically be a healthier. Pet or, am I looking to do a. Double whammy of having netted predisposition for these, diseases from both of those breeds being combined yeah so the. Most common genetic diseases that we see in dogs, and cats are not going to be prevented by crossbreeding by mixing two different, briefs if a breed has a specific gene that is specific and it causes a genetic disorder that's only seen in that breed We're in a small, handful of breeds it's likely you're not going to see that disorder in a crossbreed. But all of those genetic disorders the vast majority, of them are very, low frequency so you probably would not see it anyway but the most common, diseases you're not going to prevent by crossbreeding and certainly the disorders that have a particular anatomy that goes along. With it, if you're still selecting? For that, particular, anatomy the. Genetic predisposition is still going, to be there, and so if you if you still have. A short muzzle breed even if it's cross bred? You're going to still have liability for that break the phallic disorder as well so the bottom line is that if regardless of? Whether. A person is doing mixed breed breeding or designer bread breeding or purebred breeding they need to select healthy parents in.

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"dr bell" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"dr bell" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Radio. Dot com Welcome back to the pet doctor, on, pet life radio Doc. Yours in and we'll see you now Dr bell okay before the break we started getting into cats. And this idiot Pathak sustain Pene all over the house, what else will happen that has genetic predisposition for. Cats Well. The second most frequent snack disease we've seen cats is diabetes which is sugar, diabetes where they do not produce enough insulin and therefore the sugar levels in their body, get high they drink and they urinate much more they get more frequent. Infections because of the high sugar is in their body and they actually can become very sick where they can become what's called Kito ASA Dodig which is the. Same types of things that happened with. People with diabetes they also lose weight because they're not able to utilize sugars on which is what insulin allows the body to do and and can get very sick from that, and so. That is a genetic disease and, and the thing with, cats that we. Need to understand is, that the majority of cats that, we see, in practice ninety five. Percent of them are what are called random bred cats so these are your alley cats your domestic short hair your domestic. Longhairs. They're not the pedigree cats such as Persians and Burmese and Siamese and and so forth and we. Need to understand that the vast majority of of cat It's therefore that have these most common, genetic diseases are going to be are mixed breed cats, as well as some peer bred cats. Have a little higher incidence of these diseases as well Jack del most of, these cats don't they start off as being OB's their relationship between this obesity and the, diabetes there's definitely a relationship between obesity and as a trigger for diabetes. And so just like as there isn't people so so that is an important point as well they're genetically predisposed to being diabetic but by being obese you are. Giving them all of the the body. Of the signals that they need to become diabetic so so watching the weight on the cat's very very important in that regard it seems like oftentimes is he's larger breed like, the Norwegian. Forest cats that are fairly big, to begin with people, go oh it's. Supposed to be a, big cat we'll just keep feeding, more whereas, the other diseases Dr. Bell so then we deal we come with into a group of Inflammatory diseases that all have similar pathologic basis which is a big term to deal with but we're dealing with allergies once again which is inflammation. Of the skin would dealing with inflammatory gum disease where the cats have really inflamed gums and their their gums actually. Hurt for them to eat and you look in their mouths and. Their gums are really red and inflamed it's very difficult disease to treat so and their teeth. Get loose and they can lose, their teeth and so, forth and then third in this group is inflammatory bowel disease whether it's inflammation in the intestines so. They can't absorb what they've digested in their food, they have diarrhea because they're. Not absorbing a fluid from their from their intestines to be able to form a stool and so these cats lose weight, and, they have diarrhea and all of them. Have a an inflammatory basis. To it and these are all. Inherited we do know of their inheritance in man as well And, we do see these run in families as..

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"dr bell" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"dr bell" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Dr bell no actually companies like like that because they do have their many different things that they can offer but the bottom line is it's and that's you need a dermatologist to talk to you about that but but the bottom line is allergies to the proteins and things in foods are lower on the list in that regard the second most frequent genetic disorder we see in dogs is one that people will be more familiar with them that's hip displays and that is an abnormal formation of the hips that causes as time goes on arthritis and lameness in the hind legs and we see that infrequency the same and mixed breed dogs as we do in purebred dogs but we put the label onto your bread dogs because many of those are radio craft for displays at a young age for breeding purposes and so forth and then our old mixed breed dogs and our other old dogs that we see with arthritis later in life and we give them pain medications and things to help them them out they have the exact same genetic disease as the purebred dogs did that were given that label via radiographs when they were young most people think of large pre dogs as ones that are but it's large and small correct yes we have plenty of small stature breeds that has hip displays but oftentimes they don't have the weight what's called the weight stress factor that causes a lot of pain and so therefore little dogs can have bad hips but until they get really arthritic they may not show those signs because because they're a little dogs and there isn't a lot of weight stress being put on those hips whereas a forty or sixty or eighty pound dog is putting a lot of weight on those hips and and therefore is gonna show pain a lot quicker and a lot younger guard the next most frequent genetic disorder we see in dogs is what's called the break yes the phallic obstructive airway disorder and this is a problem that we see see in our shorts now did breeds which happens to be some of these happen to be our most popular breeds now so we have bulldogs we have french bulldogs and we have pugs as our three most frequent patients that we see with this disorder and the disorder is a syndrome that by breeding for shorter and shorter face we've altered the chambers that they are able to breathe through their nose and causes a very constricted hatheway for the air to to move and therefore these guys they overheat very easily they can actually not get enough oxygen and pass out so there's many different ways that it can present and the narrowing starts with the knows some of the french bulldogs in the pugs and even the bulldogs their noses are so tight they can't even breathe through their nose so it doesn't even matter what kind of airway that they have behind that it restricts their ability to breathe and so this is a serious disorder and one that many of the breeds are now working to try to diminish the impact by breeding dogs with larger nostrils or for more open airways or a little bit more of a muzzle than the extreme that has been selected for recently so that's an important one always find interesting is when clients come in in the have this dog that has he's very narrowed mazel passages to not agnelli's and i'll say you know there's really a very simple procedure at least taking care of the nose of you don't want me to look into the rest of the problems that go along with the syndrome of just open up the airways oh it's fine is running around finding just snores lot and when i can finally convinced them just to open up that airway is it oh my goodness this dog is running around like this happy dog i said yes you can finally get air so we can breathe and correct me if i'm wrong dr bell when we look at previous standards from say even thirty years ago for bulldogs at cetera they had a very different face seems like we keep reading for shorter and shorter faces yeah that is what has developed into such.

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"dr bell" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"dr bell" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"In and we'll see you now dr bell thank you very much after reading articles that you've written on this subject i honestly have to admit i was quite surprised to see the number of the most common diseases that you and i see in clinical practice art due to genetics and heredity yes that is correct and and it's important for us to recognize them as diseases because the predisposition to genetic disease is lifelong and if we treat these diseases as episodes and then they're going to come back and present again so unless we do things to try to prevent them from occurring they will be lifelong treatment problems very good i think before we get into this genetics sometimes people don't have a full understand the hear these words it's like okay what is this this really mean if you do be a favor and our listeners as to what's dna water jeans water chromosomes real quickly okay well i can get into a lot of the science of that but the bottom line is that the dna codes for all the characteristics in our bodies and there are many different types of disorders aside from other physical characteristics and behavioral characteristics that that are coded for by the dna and so we need to understand that certain animals are going to be prone to certain types of diseases now the most common genetic diseases that are shared across all dogs all cats are mutations that occurred a long time ago even before breeds were developed so they're in the ancestral dogs before man started separating and selecting for different characteristics that became different breeds and so the most frequent diseases we see in both are purebred animals as well as our mixed spread animals and lately the designer bred animals where two different breeds are being crossed because these are ancient diseases that predated breathes and therefore their presence in the background of every animal so looking i know there's so many inherited diseases that people have i was doing some research and said there's about ten thousand diseases known to be due to genetic predispositions are abnormalities these evolutionary changes are they more common in humans or dogs or people do they know or cats well the rare you taste and that's where the ten thousand or whatever numbers you come up with are going to be vacant occur in just a single families or a handful of individuals and even the rare mutations that we see in breeds of dogs that increase in freak quincy so we see those in certain breeds they're still very minority.

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"dr bell" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"dr bell" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Radio radio dot com welcome back to the pet doctor on pet life radio doctors and we'll see now dr bell okay before the break we started getting into cats and this idiot pathak societies pene all over the house what else will happen that has genetic predisposition for cats the second most frequent genetic disease machine cats is diabetes which is sugar diabetes where they do not produce enough insulin and therefore the sugar levels in their body get high they drink and they urinate much more they get more frequent infections because of the high sugars in their body and they actually can become very sick where they can become what's called kiddo asa dodig which is the same types of things that happened with people with diabetes they also lose weight because they're not able to utilize sugars on which is what insulin allows the body to do and and can get very sick from that and so that is a genetic disease and and the thing with cats that we need to understand is that the majority of cats that we see in practice ninety five percent of them are what are called random bred cats so these are your alley cats your domestic short here your domestic longhairs they're not the pedigree cats such as persians and burmese inside me's and and so forth and we need to understand the vast majority of of cats therefore that have these most common genetic diseases are going to be are mixed breed cats as well as some pure bred cats have a little higher incidence of these diseases as well in fact most of these cats don't they start off as being obese is there a relationship between this obesity and the diabetes there's definitely a relationship between obesity and as a trigger for diabetes and just like as there isn't people so so that is an important point as well they're genetically predisposed to being diabetic but by being obese you are giving them all of the the body of the signals that they need to become diabetic so so watching the wait on the cats is very very important in that regard it seems like oftentimes it's he's larger breed like the norwegian for his cats that are fairly big to begin with people go it's supposed to be a big cat we'll just keep feeding it more what is some of the.

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"dr bell" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"dr bell" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Lock you think you're looney but anyways every since i started listening and dr bell and i tried to call you know it's too for my condolences dr and his wife kinda what have you but i've listened to the same stories often non throughout the throughout the years and i was never able to get ten tonight i decided to try one more time just so did you did and you waited long enough to get on paul jeez you run on hold for an hour and a half almost all my battery started going dead five it overheated i go i love it my hands and against thanks for serving too by the way god bless you have a great thank you take to you know i reported by the way earlier this week george knapp has been checking with the officials in the parameter the las vegas area or wherever specifically it is imprompt nikon body and still no results yet on an arts death which is gone on really long it's strange but there's still no results at all they just have not or they're not going to release it but they keep telling us that they don't have the results yet if we get them if we get them a la i'll put him on bearer let's see it's perry in santa barbara california good old perry's back with us i perry hey hi enjoying yourself so much tonight.

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"dr bell" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"dr bell" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Your hands at all it says you can't even have the phone in your lap while you're driving so something that i do as i get to alight and i look up directions you can't do that anymore here's the you dubs dr bell basically will not be able to use your phone and intersection lotta serious injuries happened their hands free phones are allowed it which is to say that there's no risk there is at the risk is reduced because when you have visual manning on an odd tori and cottages distraction tied up in hand health on you likely risk the only thing you can do and i'm not really exactly sure what this means it says you can use your finger to tap wants to activate the activate or initiate a function i don't know if that means like you can use it to turn your phone off or wetter just tap one thing i don't know how it gets thicky with one tapper more than which is not true though and they've done destructive driver surveys the people that are just talking on their blue through the ours destructive as somebody that has their phone of their heads so that's not true i think this is a good thing when i ride my bike around the city you can look down and see inside people's cars and see what they're doing it used to be every once in a while you see somebody that turkey sandwich or drive with their nuclear drinking water makeup or drinking a lotta but now so many people are texting and driving which drives me nuts then you can do all that stuff or what you need to do need directions than you have a newer car or you need to make a phone call you can do that through your dashboard and you'll still be able to do that but you see people in newark car sometimes they're driving around and they could be on bluetooth but instead they choose to hold the phone in their hand for whatever's i noticed that i am honking lotta people.

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