17 Burst results for "Dr Chang"

"dr chang" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:09 min | 11 months ago

"dr chang" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"dr chang" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

04:58 min | 11 months ago

"dr chang" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"Beginning of something got especially now that about kentucky forums products. They were excited. And and so was mega alpha. You know he was so excited. Dr chang was so excited to be at the beginning of something So you know. I did a good sales job there. I guess But also jamie and i spent probably what a month total that time you came to visit and then we. We had a lot of conversations about where we wanted to show to go with the content was going to be so. It wasn't one that we went in that it wasn't planned We did have quite a bit of planning to where we wanted to show to be in what we wanted. The content to be Now it's changed over the years like any show does. It's it's definitely changed over. Definitely had to make some adjustments because the rules for a talk. Podcast are very different than when you have thirty. Seven seconds talk in between song. Yeah exactly do you remember. Somebody brought this up. And what am i post over the weekend. The wheel of trivia god. I don't know whatever happened to the wheel. I don't even know where it is anymore. I we jennifer. And i were talking about last night. We couldn't even remember quite what we did with the wheel but we used it for a couple of years and it was something that we we did the trivia contest and we. I don't know where the prizes on the wheel with idol remember but we actually had a wheel and we'd spin the wheel the wheel of trivia. God there's one forgot about. Yeah do know that we used to give the phone number of people call in for live. Nobody who recall. What did he say. The ratio was for callers to number of listeners. Radio it was a ridiculous number. If one calls in one call. I think for every one hundred people listening. I think from what i heard that might even be. I heard one at a thousand at it but you know it might be somewhere between that number but it's ridiculous like at one three one two three hundred. I think i can't remember. I'll have to look that up. Yeah and talk radio. Was you know talk. Radio had been around a while when we came on. You know rush. Had you know was still the mega star..

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"dr chang" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"dr chang" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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"dr chang" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"dr chang" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In the event that there is some form of fraud in either way each each each candidate will will be on the lookout for that, But I am here to accept the results of the election. A little light donors. No, I don't agree with that. She ended all you can accept it. You know this fraud With all this mail in ballots, there's a big difference between Absentee ballots where everybody is required to say who they are. And this proof of the person they sign things, this mailing ballot. It's just The Democrats have nothing. They don't know how to stop him. And this is just cheap by mail. It's just okay. So it sounds to me like you're saying that there's no way Donald Trump could possibly win this election. No, he can win. That's my point can win. Okay, so that he wouldn't let me. Just make sure I understand. This is what I want to say. No, I'm not confused. No, no, I say Genet. I'm hoping that when you said you're confused, but he has to win because there's no way that Biden could win. He cannot be. Even if he base a he's president. They'll get he'll just In his basement and the other one Kamala will be the president with all these crazy Democrat something I think I think you have have clearly made up your mind and I was trying to ask a couple of questions. To learn for you, but I've run out of time. So I gotta let you go back to Europe. You're a font of knowledge. Thank you very much. 617254 10 30 Triple 89 to 9 10 30. I was going to ask Genet. If if Joe Biden won, what should the president do? Maybe I'm just a cz happy. I didn't ask that question will be right back here on nights. I'd love to know from you why Donald Trump and Jeanette made the argument. That she's convinced that the election if Joe Biden winds will be rigged, I am not convinced of that. A zoo of yet, um Hello, Genet. Did a good job trying 617 to 5 for 10 30 Triple 89 to 9 10 3. I dance night side with Dan Way until you BZ Boston's NewsRadio, cleanings, checkups and cavities have Dr Chang's dental practice at capacity. Patient Room One is getting a root canal. The.

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"dr chang" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"dr chang" Discussed on Radio Boston

"And over again, they go into arrest. US became toward us. Beating us with nightsticks. Transfer horses. Down! On my knees away exponential Monday me. I thought it was going to die. He was actually treated and tested for brain injuries at mass general hospital in Nineteen, sixty five after that incident. That is what he has termed good trouble. That is scary trouble. Where do people dig deep to find the will to stir up that kind of trouble and. In this moment what to people who say no trouble is good trouble. Yeah I think. We have to remember the history right so when you think about the evolution as do nonviolent Coordinating Committee that Group of student activists from across the country and John Lewis was in those founding members. that got together at a college in North Carolina and decided to organize. They were already desegregating lunch counters. We gotta remember that that came out of a passion to resist injustice. That is the John Lewis that was a a young boy, his twenties, challenging segregation on. We have to remember that When he was participating in the march on Washington he didn't agree. Agree with everything that Dr Chang and the other architects, the big six, and that movement to organize the march on Washington, but he humbled himself in his negotiations with the other leaders like Dr King, who are who are elders to him and really compromise a gain respect for him, so there's a lesson in this for all of us. There's a lesson of resistance the. lesson of disruption. There's a lesson of compromise. And there's a lesson lesson a persistence. How do you stay true to the mission? And he did throughout his lifetime so I. Think this so much rich. Lessons in his life Russ. Now now it's time for us to go back. And and and unpack his life and figure out how we can apply today. We've got about a minute left Michael Congressman John. Lewis reflected on where our future leaders will emerge.

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"dr chang" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"dr chang" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Is it the first time since two thousand six no yes watching the pope he's now walking out of the balcony would be able to create is being issued enjoy this moment read it in Q. wow that's is your husband there with you no I'm at work and he is at home resting okay got it where do you work where you at right now I'm in Ontario I work for a machine shop where we make components that go into medical devices gotcha okay so I can hear the background against which turned up the radio can't not here you're so interested in what you're saying why did it work thank you bye bye bye I'm glad the entire machine shop there now realizing I got it off no this is your husband needs to know it's out there congratulations you honestly you know congratulations thank you we want to reach out and say thank you to all the doctors doctor co Dr Chang and some of our favorite nurses so Maria and heather and Melinda yeah and I hope they're listening right now whatever hospital they work out so I hope it gets back to the riverside hi there over there it is riverside Kaiser you've done your job he's passed gas promising to call us back when you poke please sure we need to make a promise you can't keep okay I don't hear he gradually the best recovery okay thank you yes I have a great morning to Mr hang on Valerie pick up we'll get your address would love to send him a get well card and regulations card you know this is a this is not that big news here thank you all right hang tight here's.

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"dr chang" Discussed on Bodies

Bodies

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"dr chang" Discussed on Bodies

"Two years pass. It's two thousand eighteen. A breakfast sandwiches without counting calories put my pronouns at the end of my email. I start going by a new name but unless I'm wearing my binder my body's still feels wrong somehow and it's too painful to wear all the time. I know the solution to Dennis for you isn't to restrict. Food can just not sure what the solution is. And then I interviewed a psychologist named Stan. Chang Dr Chang is also non binary and also in recovery from an eating disorder. They started their career and Trans Health and one thing they noticed right away was that a huge number of their trans patients were also struggling with their relationships to food and at the time there was no research that supported our explained. What Dr Chang was seen I call on the phone. Here's Dr Chang. All of eating disorders treatment has these embedded bias sees about who is most likely to have an eating disorder. It's typically seen as you know the stereotype white cysts straight women. It wasn't until two thousand fifteen that a study about eating disorder. Prevalence asked participants whether they identified assists or transgender. The study found that two percent of ciswomen and less than one percent of gender men had been diagnosed with eating disorders. This is on par with eating disorder rates in other studies but for Trans participants. They found that sixteen percent reported that they'd been diagnosed with an eating disorder. That's eight times. The rate of ciswomen one possible explanation is that behaviors like restricting food or purging could be a way for someone to alter their body to be more in line with their gender identity. Also Trans people often face barriers to accessing healthcare so eating might feel like one of the only aspects of their body. They can control but we don't know for sure because even though the study came out nearly five years ago there hasn't been any follow up research that looks into why these rates are so much higher and it's likely that the actual percentage is much higher than sixteen percent. I mean there's already so much shame that I think is inherit having an eating disorder regardless of who you are but for some people who don't fit that dominant culture stereotype. It's really easy to say. Well that doesn't apply to me. That might be a protection away that that someone might be able to stay in denial like. Oh that's not me sound familiar. That stereotype has made its way into every aspect of our culture. I believed in it may therapists believed in it and so many trans people haven't been able to get the help they need because of it and when people do access treatment it's treatment that's based on this very limited mainstream research so it's not surprising. Dr Chang tells me that study after study shows that traditional eating disorder. Treatment doesn't actually help. Trans People get better. This can be a huge barrier for trans people who are trying to access gender affirming surgery. That's because according to the World Professional Association for Transgender Health Guidelines if a trans person has a mental health issue like an eating disorder. They need to make sure that it's quote reasonably well controlled before they can get the approval to have surgery in some cases. There's a really fair. Medical rationale to this providers. Want to make sure that a patient is physically and mentally fit to undergo surgery but for most people. This is just another form of `gate-keeping. This is a stomach transphobia. Because embedded in this policy is the idea that if you fix the eating disorder maybe the gender does Fauria will go away as if the gender dis is just an ugly side effect of some deeper pathology and then Dr Chang told me about. Twenty fifteen study that offers strong evidence that this policy isn't in the best interest of patients. The study found that when Trans people with eating disorder symptoms were able to undergo gender affirming surgery. Their symptoms were reduced. Essentially surgery could be successful treatment for eating disorders. This didn't make sense to me. I'd been doing so much work to accept my body as it was because I thought that that was the thing that would mean I was finally better acceptance. Doesn't have to mean complacence or inaction. Sometimes we need to accept that we need to take action and make changes and sometimes that means needing gender affirming medical interventions to feel at home in our bodies after the call. I sat at my desk for a long time. Things with food felt pretty much resolved but the underlying discomfort. The feeling that my body still wasn't right somehow that had never gone away. Dr King's words felt like permission to reconsider top surgery. Maybe surgery wasn't damage..

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"dr chang" Discussed on Horse Tip Daily

Horse Tip Daily

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"dr chang" Discussed on Horse Tip Daily

"Talk to petition. So basically if there's liver flush what dot workers it's beefed up the metabolism of right. It's support deliver by by support. I mean it provides a lot of anti-oxidants supports deliver so that during the talks Gatien Gatien you know dot process generates all the free radical throughout the damage tissue in general. If you have the sports you basically helping support support Olympics helping to prevent some of that damage right but it's a good idea because the author detoxification you have an organ that works a lot. It's a lot more fishing so when it comes time for shoes into starting next year You have a a a a horse. That has a healthy liver that can handle a lot of the stress books. And I'm looking at it right now and it's n- gosh like you said for insurance. This is not that expensive. You're you're looking. I'm at thirty two. Ounces it's forty bucks you spend that you give it to give it to your horse and then you've got a healthy horse next spring. I think that's a fantastic idea. And it's funny. How when you said Detox I in my head I go if you do nothing else do deliver? I've heard you say that so many times that the loss of do nothing else liver choice for impression. No Dr Chang I apologize for that Amanda that's right so one of the one of the thirty two ounces is good one horse take go through through and and do the full I would want to do do the full one horse for the full claims. Don't don't be afraid about dosage. Because I know a lot of people worry about those and I always say that everybody anything herbal right. That's all to the. The general public not bought three of chantant. Their safety margins are very very very high when he goes three of that. What happens is the fat then tells how you doing are under supervision? So that that's what will will that. Their product is on the strongest ice but A Retail Park doc safety margin. That's huge because they won't touch anything that I've eaten smell of Where those is an initially? I still worth anything. That that's dangerous so break to to Those divorce sometimes. Sometimes you know you need to the double doors because I know is that how high liver enzymes going down a little bit. I know if you schools you bet for wasn't high LE`veon's and then the only thing you can do because it's nothing that in a pharmaceutical the only thing they say is the most in the past year It also talk about maybe three or four months only if you give them a little less or they want us to live with plush.

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"dr chang" Discussed on Horse Tip Daily

Horse Tip Daily

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"dr chang" Discussed on Horse Tip Daily

"This is the Horse Radio Network greetings. Everyone coach Jen here. And thanks for tuning into horse tip daily episode thirteen fifty one this time. Dr Chang from Omega Alpha equality sits down with the horses in the morning Glenn and Jamie to talk about the importance of preventative. Care for your horse..

"dr chang" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

14:21 min | 2 years ago

"dr chang" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

"That's odd concerned but to keep it with the Dr Chang both seat one teacher financial with done hello deadbeats. It's I- Gabby done and this is bad with money. No Shit Sherlock going to college. College is expensive extremely expensive in our ability to pay for it or lack of ability really is dragging down the entire economy. There's one point six trillion trillion with a t t R are trillion dollars in student loan debt outstanding in this country. These monthly payments are keeping people from buying houses from starting businesses from taking creative risks. It's causing a generation load of stress. I've still got student. Loan debt from Bachelor's degree finished almost ten years ago twelve K of it. A serious candidate for president still has student loans. They're paying off mayor pizzas husband. They owe a hundred thirty thousand dollars still so why are we doing this to ourselves does college don't matter I mean yes college. Graduates are far more likely to be employed and make way more money over their lifetime than folks who have little or no college. That's still true and more people in this country than ever have college degrees but two thirds of Americans over twenty five don't have a college degree when you break it down by race. The numbers are way out of balance no surprise there so what are we going to do as a country about affording college and how has access to higher education affected marginalized groups specifically and if it's so hard to afford do even need to be going this week we're talking to.

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"dr chang" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

08:38 min | 2 years ago

"dr chang" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

"Too concerned. Supposed to do what they're having keep it. Pure creek with Dr Chang thing. Cater financial peers. The sun down your has. With daddy done. Hello deadbeats. It's me Gabby done. And this is bad with money with me. Gabby done. You get it. This week is a fan girl week. This is a week where we have someone on the show that I personally have been dying to speak to they're not a pop star or an actor or former president or the typical people a typical person would fan girl over this week. I van Girling over a sociology, professor. That's right. I am obsessed with my guest this week, particularly with her writings on the wealthy and they're hidden habits. Her name is Rachel Sherman. And she's a professor of sociology at the new school for social research in New York City. This is who I've become you guys. I'm a complete fan girl of sociology, professor. This is me now. I found out about her in twenty seventeen when Rachel wrote a New York Times op Ed article that I still think about at least once a day. Sincerely, it is haunting me it was called what the rich won't tell you. And if you've read my book bad with money, then you know, just how incredible I found it that piece was adapted from her book uneasy street being Zayed's of affluence, which was based on fifty depth interviews Rachel conducted with superwealthy New Yorkers those in the one percent those with six figures salaries family wealth in the millions and problems like which private school to send their child to and whether or not to buy vacation home in the Hamptons, so many tidbits stick out in sherman's research. The woman who almost cancels the interview because of her discomfort with being called affluent the woman who removes the labels from her sixdollar bread before her nanny, it the many people who argue that because they don't have a private plane. They couldn't possibly be rich. We talk a lot on this show about. The lives of low income or middle class. People rightfully so since there are plenty of other financial podcasts and websites and shows that focus on the super rich. And there's definitely a consensus on social media that anytime a wealthier person shares any troops about their lives. It's an invitation to collectively shit on them. But if we're encouraging transparency about money than we have to be open to transparency from the wealthy to we kind. Of course, criticized but to understand money we have to look into the realities of those who describe themselves as comfortable. What struck me was that throughout this show? We've explored the tab nature of talking specifics about money and the shame attached to doing. So as a trickle down effect it often manifest in the stereotype that poor people don't wanna talk about money because they're anxious about it or they feel embarrassed. When actually it's the people at the top that don't wanna talk about money, and that trickles down to the people at the bottom. The people with money are the ones actually encouraging the silence or hiding the financial truce, which has the effect of normalizing keeping anything to do with money to your goddamn self. That's why Rachel sherman's deep dives into uncomfortable truths about money from the side of the super-rich is so refreshing. It's not pretty and it's not PC. But it's necessary. If we're going to get to the bottom of class disparity Rachel talks about how deflecting from their own privilege allows those the one percent to ignore the bigger reasons behind class immobility. And how what the rich won't tell you becomes what the rest of us. Don't know. I think in general, they have a particular kind of fear of talking about it. I mean, both because of the general thing like you're not supposed to talk about money. But also because not talking about money kind of allows them to keep invisible how much privilege they have. And so yet many of the people who I talked to very few of them really refused to tell me specific numbers. Although a couple of them did. But most of them were uncomfortable talking about it. We're very concerned about confidentiality. The woman you're referring to that. I talk about in the piece said nobody's ever asked me my family's assets before that's like asking, do you masturbate that was the level that she and I mean, people say that all the time. Right. It's you know, the two things that that we don't like to talk about our sex and money. Yeah. We did. The first episode of this podcast. I went to a coffee shop and asked people what's your favorite sex position. And everyone told me, and then I said how much money is in your Bank account, and everyone was like get away from me. Episode one of this show. But also, I found it interesting. Yeah. What you're saying about wealthy people. Not budgeting the family that mentions that they don't feel like they live six hundred thousand dollar a year lifestyle. They joke about like, oh is this. What is this? What that's like because we don't know where the money's going. And we don't feel like we know like how how we're spending that much as that something else that you encountered because I feel like the lower income people that I've spoken to and in my own experience. I like count every dollar. Yeah. I mean, those people are probably the wealthiest people that I talked to the had access to probably over one hundred million dollars. And there may be one or two other people in the sample who had that much money. So, you know, most people I'm talking to are not spending six hundred thousand dollars a year, but they are spending a lot, and yeah, they are. I I think there's two things going on there. One of them is it's not just like we can't control our money that may have been part of it. But it's like, well, we have a normal. Life. Right. We don't have the life that you imagine that you would have if you were spending six hundred thousand dollars or actually eight hundred thousand dollars what his wife later told me that they spent so there he's really working to kind of think of himself and represent himself as having this kind of normal life, right where he's just taking care of his kids and going about his business and being sort of harried. That's definitely one thing that's going on. And then I also think that people who, you know, have a lot of money don't have to think very much about how they're spending it. That's not to say, they never think about it. I mean, I don't mean to be portraying these people as super spendy or never think about money, or whatever they do think about it. But any, you know, some of them could say to me, well, I know that our AmEx Bill or credit card bills every month are about twenty five thousand dollars or something like that. So they have a general sense. Yeah. But they're not budgeting typically in the way that not even just poor people, but you know, middle class people people have sort of recognizable limits on on their money are doing sure I mean. I also was fascinated by the the obsession with seeming normal, which we touched on a little bit. This almost sort of like pride in being humble, I just read an article about Abigail Disney, and she was talking about the pride of of being humble like this thing of where there's like almost a bragging about how little they spend their money or how how much they do like a congratulatory sort of like I make my kid's lunch. Yeah. Well, I think it depends on you know, whether or not we see that as congratulatory is actually a little bit dependent on our own interpretation of that. Yeah. You can be like, oh, my God, these people they're just go around bragging about how they made their kids launch or how they took the bus or you know, whatever. But I think I think it's maybe a little bit more productive to see it as actually a product of a conflict that many of them are grappling with which is there is kind of a stigma of being wealthy. Yes. Right. So even though the American dream, and you're supposed to wanna make a billion dollars. And you know, that's all supposed to be so foundational to the US. Once you have the money. I think that there's so many kind of negative ideas about wealthy people that we see represented all the time on like reality TV that you know, these people don't wanna be that. And the only way to not be that to not be materialistic and greedy and obnoxious, and rude, and you know, lazy is to go the other way and be prudent and hardworking and nice and raise your kids to also be like that. And that kind of makes you normal in the. Of sort of like middle class. Right. You sort of seem middle-class you seem to be part of the great American middle rather than seeming like or Kardashian or something like that. We're gonna pause here for quick commercial break, and we'll be right back.

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"dr chang" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

The BreakPoint Podcast

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"dr chang" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

"Way at first amendment right may say you get this. How you feel about how women makes a decision, but it does not empower you to prohibit her from making her own decisions. Justice Blackmun said in the decision. He's the case was the Roe v. Wait case was about Texas. He said that apart from the fourteenth amendment. The whole notion of the supreme court weighing the constitutionality of denying a woman her right to end the pregnancy. He said that life begins at conception and its present throughout pregnancy is the position of the state of Texas, and that therefore the state has a compelling interest in protecting that life. From after conception Justice Blackmun said we need not resolve the difficult question of when life begins when those trained in their respective disciplines medicine Phillips philosophy and theology are unable to arrive at any consensus. The judiciary at this point in the development of mass knowledge is not in the position to speculate about that answer. In other words, there's no clear cut the sense of consensus about exactly when life begins even if you hold that deeply from the religious texts that you hold authoritative. It should be sub specialty noted that briefly the wide divergence of thinking on this most sensitive in difficult issue will always be there. There's always been the strong support for the view that life does not begin until live birth. It appears to be the predominant thought in Judaism. And it may also be the predominant thought until fairly recently in most Protestant faith, and it may be taken a represent position of a large possess large swath of other people. But the reality is the formal position about. Abortion is that it is a matter of conscience for the individual and her family, so physicians and their scientific colleagues have regarded the event with less interest and have tended to focus either a punt conception pine live birth or upon the interim point of the fetus becoming viable because the potential to live outside the mother's womb is what determines win the state has a compelling interest. So. I have. The position that ask someone who for the first twelve years of my career as an OBGYN who did not provide abortion care for women my position about not doing. So until I was clear about what it meant for me to provide that care, I chose not to. But I was never questioned about the right of a woman to make that decision about something that is so self determining what changed my mind had to do with and fifty I had listened to a sermon by Dr Martin Luther King about what made the good Samaritan good. He made that point in the sermon at a. On the last day of the last evening of his life where you all might know an estimate and top sermon. But Dr king set something else in that Simon where he talked about. What is our ultimate commitment and responsibility to our fellow person? The good Samaritan story. You'll probably the audience that no that story better than any honest that I've ever spoken to was when the person who stopped along the road to help a traveler who had been wounded by Roberts and everybody who passed person by whether by vocation or by ten ship who had an obligation to stop. They didn't they pass by concerned about their wellbeing. The Samaritan on the person was not from his community stop to provide help. And Dr Chang said that what made the good Samaritan good was wares. Everyone who had an obligation to help who failed to do. So because they were concerned about what might happen to them. What made a good Samaritan good was his ability to reverse the question of concern. And he asked instead of asking what will happen to me. If I to help this person he asked what will happen to this person. If I don't stop to help him. So in light of the fact that one in four women in this society, we'll have an abortion by the time their age forty five and light of the fact that maternal mortality in this country is at an all time high. And in light of the fact that when abortion is illegal. It is unsafe the league legal status of abortion. Is debatable by law, but the morality of helping someone in need in this case, eight person a woman, and if that happens to be a pregnancy is not up for debate..

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"dr chang" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"dr chang" Discussed on KTRH

"And also the chance that your flu could turn into something much worse if we could prevent you from getting it completely. That'd be great. But we want to try to minimize the risk of severe flu. And the flu shot is still the best way that we have to do that. Vaccines widely available. Dr Chang also recommends regular hand washing to avoid spreading the virus. I'm coming up. It'll be two weeks on Friday since I got mine I was late this year. And it doesn't take effect for a couple of weeks. Yeah. Ever go to the doctor wonder why they keep asking for certain tests and are these tests really necessary, doctor Robert Rankin with physicians. Three sixty Texas says don't be one of those people who tests themselves and their kids for every little thing time where people just kind of wanted a quote body stand just to pick up little abnormalities and those things most of the time of much greater risk of harm than back. Andy says never be afraid to ask questions, especially if you're unclear on what they're testing for really a matter of the physician kind of knowing what the patients concerned about what are we looking for? And the safest way to Franken's has always ask about nontraditional parts of testing to. And remember if you don't like what your doctors, offering get a second opinion giambra NewsRadio seven forty KTAR, h here's something not the end of the world. But about five percent of Americans. Get what's known as a winter blues. Dr David Bartchuk says exercises the answer to it Jimmy. And if you have a sedentary. Job. We gotta get up. And even if you don't go for a long walk. She's get up and walk around the office is gonna make you feel better almost immediately. Yeah. Walk the dog, but don't through the neighbor's fence. There you go dodger Barschak says those who suffer from sad have trouble with the lack of sunlight, especially when you begin your day as you do before the sun comes up, and you get home after it's gone down. Or in your case? Get out of the studio, which has no windows. It started good. Let me translate on behalf of shirk get on the treadmill. Fatty do some exercise. Say that you've got your your t shots help you through that seven thirty nine. Now, the Houston Rockets start their home stand with a one twelve ninety seven win over the Memphis grizzlies. James harden had fifty seven points team also announcing though that they've lost power forward. Clint cappella to a thumb injury for the next four to six weeks homestand continues tomorrow night against the Brooklyn nets..

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"dr chang" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"dr chang" Discussed on Science Friday

"And so for example, I've seen augments. On the internet. Goodness me that are some bad arguments on the internet. Nivea I've seen arguments on the internet where people savings like they believe that all immigrants illegal and that is not correct, or they they, they support the Affordable Care Act, but not Bama Kerr and they've got the wrong definition of ObamaCare in that case. Oh, that was a study of survey of undergraduate male students that showed that many of them said that they would have nonconsensual sex if they thought they could get away with it, but they would definitely not commit rape, which means they've got the wrong definition of rape. So we have to agree on terms, but we do, and that's something that mathematicians very careful about agreeing onto right at the beginning. So then another very common air that people make is when they make false equivalence between one argument and another argument on this often happens in what's called a straw man arguments. But so I prefer to. Stroll person because I didn't like 'gendering things on necessarily. But if you make an argument that seems quite reasonable to you, sometimes somebody will replace it with a much more extreme arguments and believe that that's what you are trying to say. And then they'll look down because the extreme argument is much easier to knock down. And that can be very aggravating because essentially painting you in a very bad light and then taking a moral high ground argument. Well, talking with the genius Chang, author of the art of logic and illogical world. Join us at eight, four, four, seven, two, four, eight, five, five, eight, four, four site talk. You can also tweet us at scifi. We're gonna take a quick break and come back and talk with Dr Chang Samore. So stay with us. This is science Friday, my replay toe in a time of contentious news and visit political racist. Can we have better conversations about the issues they get us most emotional talking about how a better understanding of logic logic can help us talk and listen and maybe start to bridge some of those the vines or at least understand why we're disagreeing so passionately. Our guest Dr Eugenia, Chang, mathematician, scientists and residents at the school of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her newest book is the art of logic in illogical world, and we want hear from you as anyone's logic, ever change your mind about something. Some some listeners phoning in and I won Alex's from Chicago, hey, neighbor. Go ahead so died previously identified myself as an aspiring feminist and I done so because my logic was that I really couldn't fully emphasize with some of the issues that women face as a male, and I was met with that logic from a worker of mine who had said, you know, Alec says a black male, you know, you might be doing things that contribute to white supremacist system that you might do. So knowingly or unknowingly. But that doesn't necessarily make you no longer a an African American male in the same way, women or being a man who contribute suicide. Genetic systems knowingly wasn't necessarily make me unable to tie dentistry as feminist..

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"dr chang" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"dr chang" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Nurse at his house for real yes and describe deliver Filipino nurses get them on the blower off our. And then also I've also thought about how some people have no ability to understand what the relationship is versus what you want from that person versus e. No, the family member, the person we talk about is always kinda hit me up for loan and never paying it back, how they don't realize. And then Christmas comes around and they don't get your sweater and you're like how far that person's getting pushed out of your life and how little they're going to get and how small the world becomes where Jimmy universe just keeps expanding it, just it. There is no limit to who he knows who likes him who wants to work with him. It just it just keeps expanding. And the folks that always have their hand out are always rattling the can there skits like narrower narrower. It's an aperture that's just getting turned in and you see those people like they're at home, go, I need a ride. You're like, don't you have friends or you don't, you know anybody like, I don't know. Like all they do is ask for stuff to eventually. They get to this point where they just have a beanbag so and no friends and no rides and no help. No, no. Anything. And I always seen it in my family, and I see an individuals and I can't. I understand the initial greed part, which is I want some stuff from that dude, but I don't wanna give many mice diet, and I will have one right? But that is a very small battle. And then this is a war that's going to take place over eighty or maybe eighty five or ninety years. Understand if it's all just see what I can get from that dude, it gets so narrow so fast that eventually you have no one in your galaxy. My favorite phrases idioms, which is penny wise and pound foolish. You might be up a few bucks in the short term, but look at the long view, man, you're you stand to benefit being action, different carrying yourself differently, right? And the act, the part that I always really find interesting in a sort of sad. But yet the morbid curiosity kind of way is when people can't do it. Like famously when my dad wanted me. A lease a luxury car, and he kept driving his wife CRV over to my house. And I kept saying you got ten thousand miles left on the Lisa Jag, and we got to turn it in in two weeks, Dr. Chang, what? Yeah. And he would just drive the next time. I saw him. He'd be in the VA again and then he'd go, hey, how about the lease? And I've, I've in the car at least you go no big deal. And it was like literally fighting von. He wanted, I don't know. I don't know if when these people have it, I don't know if it's a form of pride or a combination of sort of pride meets cheapness like this car got two miles a gallon better meets. There's a lot of you're not the boss Amee and it's right. I'm not the boss you, but guess what? If you wanna borrow money, I am the boss you bitch, there's a lot of, hey, you don't talk to me. You don't tell me right, go buy your own fucking warehouse. Go start your own shit, and then no one will be the boss of you. This thing we're, I'm. I'm going to show up. I'm going to ask for shit, but no one's the boss you. Yes, they are the boss you when you're asking them for shit. Yeah. Be independent and no one will have to run the full circle this. Let's go back to Sonny. Know you said a few things about sunny today. One is that he's eating eggs so he can get ready for Easter or Halloween, right? So he knows how to make more sense or in a weird released tied in department, but you know, he's delaying gratification. That's always big whenever I thought to be successful. Brian mentioned that they're doing a show together. Sure. So he showing initiative. Do you see where he's going and daddy footsteps because you've said to me and the pass on this show that sunny is not particularly the best student in the world, but neither were you according to, you know..

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"dr chang" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"dr chang" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

"Panoply either concern but to keep it pure creek with dr chang both thing but but only woman eight your financial peers son has begun with daddy done look alive deadbeats gabby done here back in your headphones with a brand new season of the podcast that really annoys your privileged friends bad with money is back baby so as you may have noticed season two of the show did not successfully dismantle the socioeconomic patriarchy i'm sorry but guys i'm just one person okay one lady with a mike and if i learned anything from last season is that we should probably use this season to try even harder to dismantle the socioeconomic patriarchy but don't worry this podcast isn't going to just devolve into forty five minutes a week of me reading you chapters from karl marx i mean probably no guarantees i could do it like on a separate youtube channel as our style if you guys would be into that nobody would be to that as you all know by now this isn't just as simple practical financial advice show those shows exist and they're fine if there for you but we're not here to treat money as just a practical issue we look at it as an emotional and cultural struggle what previous seasons have focused on the ways that we confront these questions as individuals this season we're going to broaden the scope and talk about the particular way that america has built its financial identity.

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"dr chang" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"dr chang" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

"Panoply concerned but to keep it pure free with dr chang posting only one teacher financial peers the sun now your yielding had begun it's bad with gagging done ohio their remember me gabby done of course you do you never forget your first person who forced you to confront the reality that the american financial system is stacked against all of us don't worry i'm still working on fixing that and there is a lot of work to do which is why i've been talking to some brilliant people who are finding smart ways to subvert the system and guess what you're gonna get to meet them in season three of bad with money that's right deadbeats we oughta season three we are back in action and ready to once again chip away at the patriarchy the first episode of season three will be out next wednesday april eleven so make sure your favorite pod catcher which is a real word is ready to catch this yeah anyway in the meantime i have this bonus episode for you back in december i did a live interview at pod con with dylan murad he's the host of the podcast conversations with people who hate me and the voice of carlos on welcome tonight bail dylan is an actor writer and an incredible video anchored suzy guys check out his boxing series it is not what you expect he's also just a beautiful genius of total sweetheart just lovely lovely person that you should know all.

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