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"dr freeman" Discussed on Medical Mysteries
"Was a twelve year old boy named Howard dully. Howard stepmother Lou approached Freeman asking for help with her defiant and ill behaved son. It's unclear what condition freeman diagnosed Howard with. But he advised the delays that a lobotomy would make their young boy more agreeable and in December of nineteen sixty Howard received a trans orbital lobotomy. Meanwhile public opinion of the lobotomy soured in Nineteen Fifty, eight Tennessee Williams play suddenly last summer debuted on. Broadway. It depicted the procedure as barbaric method targeting young patients. The Bell Jar and one flew over the CUCKOO's nest both published in nineteen sixty two also portrayed lobotomy as stripping away one's vitality and independent thought the tides had changed. Even physicians wondered why anyone would recommend a lobotomy when thorazine was so effective still there were a few patients who remained loyal to Freeman entrusted his methods. In fact, the lobotomies greatest asset may have been freemen's. Personality his wit personality and intelligence one, his patience trust. He maintained relationships with some of them decades in nineteen sixty one freeman was giving a lecture on the lobotomy in San Francisco when the crowd grew hostile towards him freeman became. So frustrated, he overturned a box of five hundred Christmas cards. He'd received from patients and shouted how many Christmas cards did you get from your patients? Needless to say this little outburst didn't help his situation. In nineteen sixty seven freeman performed his final procedure at Herrick Memorial Hospital in Berkeley California, his patient Helen Mortenson so happened to be one of his first ever patients back in Nineteen forty-six. Over the years they kept in touch and whenever Helen's symptoms returned, she'd see Dr Freeman for a tune-up it worked better for her than Thoresen had as usual Freeman shot talent into unconsciousness before angling the orbital class at the corner of her eye. He raised his mallet and struck, but this time freemen's orbital classed cut too deep into Helen's frontal lobe her brain began to bleed three days later, Helen died of a brain hemorrhage. The herrick hospital administration was furious and hold Friedman's credentials. He never performed another lobotomy again, Freeman spent the rest of his days following up with old patients. His goal was to gather irrefutable evidence that lobotomy did in fact, how people it was his final attempt to salvage his legacy many patients had returned to their families or pursued careers but others like Howard Deli felt that freemen's lobotomy had taken something from them broken them in some way as the public gradually learned about the true cost of the lobotomy they realized they'd been sold ally Freeman didn't cure his patients. He hit their symptoms from the world and from the patients themselves. The only person who couldn't see the truth was freeman he was consumed by the mythos he built around himself despite his ego he truly believed he'd spent the last twenty years helping the patients he cared about. Dr Walter J Freeman the second died from complications of colon cancer surgery in Nineteen seventy-two, he went to the grave adamant that the lobotomy was most effective psychiatric treatment known to man the controversy over the lobotomy outlived Freeman and Mo- niece. In two thousand, five, Christine Johnson began a petition to revoke Mo-, nieces, Nineteen forty-nine Nobel Prize. Her Grandmother Beulah suffered from hallucinations and depression long after her lobotomy in nineteen fifty to. The procedure only destroyed her ability to make emotional connections. Mrs Johnson argued that had not won the Nobel Prize in Nineteen, forty nine it may have saved her family from heartbreak. She claimed that the foundation had endorsed procedure which caused untold harm to thousands around the world. In two thousand five, the Nobel Foundation responded saying that they didn't revoke prizes freemen's biographer Jack L. High believes that despite the harm done by the lobotomy, it's intentions were good. Revoking, the prize would be stating Mo- niece did something wrong? In reality his intentions were altruistic. The lobotomy was once envisioned as a way to free millions suffering from mental health conditions. Now the procedure seems barbaric. In its time, it was an act of mercy and in some cases, it still is the end of the lobotomy didn't mean the end of psycho surgery. In rare cases, physicians still turn to surgical treatments for mental health conditions today for patients with severe drug resistant epilepsy cutting away portions of the temporal lobe can provide relief from their seizures. This was the same area gottlieb Burckhardt targeted in his patients back in eighteen eighty eight. However, modern methods are far more precise than Burke S-, another procedure bilateral sing a lot of is used as a last resort, intriguing obsessive compulsive disorder, bipolar disorder, and even chronic pain disorders similar to the lobotomy. A singularity targets the LIMBIC system. In this case, the cingulate gyrus is destroyed, which regulates pain and habit formation. Doctors. Believed surgically altering this area relieves repetitive compulsions. Although lobotomies are no longer practiced. It's difficult to write niece and Freeman office monsters. In fact, there are many medical practices performed today that may one day be considered outdated and barbaric. Take. For example, chemotherapy chemotherapy is the leading treatment for most cancers and has proved helpful in treating bone marrow diseases and immune system disorders. But it can come at a great cost to the patient. Some experience a multitude of symptoms such as Pain Nausea and cellular damage chemotherapy can even in rare cases caused mutations that eventually turned into other cancers. Years after a patient has finished treatment chemo is dangerous, but it supporters argue it's not as dangerous as leaving the primary cancer untreated. is why Dr Barron H Lerner professor of Medical History at Columbia University believes it may one day be ostracized. It's not the perfect answer, but it's perhaps the best solution at this point.
"dr freeman" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Welcome back to the armaments Health hour. This is Donnelly and Dr Mystery has stepped away. So I wanted to bring in our special guests we've had on in the past, but welcome back. Dr Freeman. Thanks. Hi. How are you today? Never better. Thank you so much for coming back. We appreciate it. I thought it would be great to bring you back in and talk all about things. Dr. Freeman, Downtown Doctor. I think the word diva should be in there because you are very diva. I am appreciative eye shadow the glitter. Tell me about your history. I want people to know especially through downtown. How you got into medicine. What was your favorite part? I know you were going to talk about being an austere path. Tell me Tell me Tell me I'm board certified in family medicine. I got into medicine late in life, so to speak. I had already graduated from college undergrad. I was not pre med. I was Ah, ski instructor and professional mountain bike racer living in a teepee in Crested Butte, Colorado. Fascinating and I started thinking, What can I do to engage my brain and have a career that would be mentally and intellectually stimulating? Because as much as I love a great ski day, that was getting a little a little on the excitement, and your dad was a doctor. My dad was a doctor, and he's a retired orthopedic surgeon. I don't give him any credit for me wanting to be a doctor, because the hours that he worked and the way he didn't have any life outside of medicine was of no interest to me. Now we have come full circle. And as you know, I talk with my lovely daddy. Every night on. We enjoy talking about Ortho cases or really anything medicine that that's a really fun bonding thing That is not politics and not a heated subject. So if we're talking about something, we start to get heated, one of us is going to say. Medicine. So this tennis invited us on his hand because he was a and specialists. I was like, OK, great. We're switching gears Find so the downtown doctor clinic is an urgent care walk in clinic because I have a history of training in emergency medicine. People can also established care for us to be their primary care, doctor. I didn't know that before. Hey, it's good to know. I thought it was more just urgent care. I imagine you're treating a whole bunch of fun downtown millennials lot of downtown millennials. Most of our patients are in their thirties. That's our main demographic. People are living downtown. More and more as you know, every time a condo. Gets built. We pop the cork on a bottle of champagne. If you've got a pulse, you need a doctor, and we're super convenient. There's not a lot of doctors downtown. I think I'm the only one. I feel like that. I'm the only one. You just put that up there. I just don't see that many clinics. Years is the best one for sure. Your look anywhere. We're right at West Linn and fifth Savino or Jeffries is I like to say if you tuck and roll it. Jeffries Wealth in Westland. Shout to learn McGuire. You're welcome Your roll right into my doors are doors face. The Land Rover dealership were across from l. A royal lot of people are familiar with that fun sign. But all Royal does every day. That's right. Lots of free covered parking, which is a role bonus. I'm a doctor of osteopathy. So if you look at my name, it'll say Georgie and Freeman Dio and you might ask yourself Why doesn't say MD because we know she's a board certified family medicine medical doctor. And the reason is an austere path is a little different than an MD. We have the same training I have to take the same courses. We passed the same board exams. I did an MD residency training at the University of Washington in Seattle at Osteopathic Medical School. Osteopathic Medical School is a little different from MD medical school in that we have an extra class and something called osteopathy and y'all out there because I know you're smart know that osteo means bone and so you're probably thinking that how'd you with the bones? I mean, of course, the bones. Every doctor's involved in that we are A chiropractor, MD combination, So we know how to do manipulation for the body, much like a chiropractor. I would say a chiropractor, physical therapist combo and throw a little massage therapy and they're kind of like a superhero. Kind of like a superhero. Hence the cave out there in radio City that I'm wearing a very sparkly cabe. And I look like a young Sophia Loren. So just get that polish my going away. So you feel better? Yeah. So gossip as we tend to be holistic. We tend to be naturally oriented. At the same time. We also have the card in our back pocket to prescribe any medications that any medical doctor would order any testing. I do minor surgical procedures in the clinic. I'm very adept with Bo Tox and the fillers like to the term really good with flips and cheeks. We also do Bo talks for headaches, which is a therapeutic modality for folks who suffer with migraine. Headaches. We see a lot of people with migraine headaches because we also do IV's in the clinic, which is super unusual. I've never heard of another primary care clinic that does lives in the clinic. So if you get dehydrated, whether that's from party your hangover downtown, you having a little bit of that downtown or your super athletic, and there's a lot of overlap from people. I know my drink a little too much. How fast How does that work? If somebody comes in dehydrated from working out or running or drinking, or whatever you sit down in a chair in your office, and you're popping ivy and 30 minutes later, you feel fine. I asked folks to give us an hour. I like Teo under promise and over deliver, and I also want people to be relaxed. So what people find as they come in because they're dehydrated or there have a lot of cramping. They're not really sure what's going on. They may not know that they're dehydrated. But we may diagnose that. And then we talk about an ivy. Then we let him back in these NASA created zero gravity chairs, and I like to put a little way to lavender infused a pillow on the highs from a lot of times. People say I love the ivy, but also just love that. I got to check out for about minutes of my busy day, people. Go on Hydra asleep for a few minutes. Then we wake him up. And if there's drool, we don't judge. We just hand him a tissue discreetly, and they feel better. And we feel better. So someone will get go A little later She got a remember That guy who came in and drooled lavender. So how many patients do you see a day? And do you have other providers in your space? Yeah, sure. Do. I've got a lovely nurse practitioner Rose Duran and each of us see about 20 patients a day, which means that we have time. I'm with our patients, and we really enjoy that. We're not interested in being a mill. There are plenty of corporate clinics in the Austin area or any urban area where people want to have that big box experience. They can have that if people want more of a personal approach, and to really get to know their providers and a fun environment there. Welcome toe. Jump us out the downtown doctor downtown. We still have fun. I well, I'm not going to say Hold. I am cut. Southern ladies aren't supposed todo. I'll say that I'm over 30 And absolutely love coming to work every day, and I know a lot of doctors don't feel that way. I wish every doctor still felt that way. I'm super grateful for that, In large part. That's our patients. We have a super fun clientele have a fabulous team. You have a nice group. I've been in there before dropping off cards and they don't know who I am. And I don't now somewhere the doctor's office and I'm testing you, but I know when you do that as a provider, or somebody working in the medical clinic. Kind of check out the staff and what's going on. When I went in a few times to drop off cards and just say thank you for the referrals your staff's been super nice and drug reps will become my patients. And I think that is just the biggest compliment Other doctors and nurses Because when you're in the healthcare field, you do have that I and you know what to look for him. Listen, you are in a good place. So what about like extras imaging on site? Do you all do that? There? We don't do. Imaging on site. Touchstone and area are really close by. I have a good relationship with them..
"dr freeman" Discussed on KTOK
"We are going to ensure that those individuals have those rights that's our our constitutional right to be able to do so and we want to make sure that that is done in a peaceful manner he says the eyes of the world are on Tulsa and he says we are ready for it the Oklahoma Army National Guard is confirming that the governor is activated two hundred fifty Oklahoma Army National Guard members to help local law enforcement this weekend for the president's rally in Tulsa they will work at the direction of the highway patrol and a statement says they will supplement police in the event of rioting that leads to the potential for loss of life or property house democratic leader Emily virgin is calling for more federal co bid funding in response to the large crowds expected Saturday in Tulsa for the president's campaign rally she says health officials warned the event could have dire consequences and has the central to overwhelm hospital capacity she says the additional funding is needed to be proactive and to ensure the state can recover from any fallout a campaign is now underway to raise ten million dollars to rebuild and preserve the historic Greenwood district in Tulsa where black owned businesses thrived before they were destroyed in nineteen twenty one following the Tulsa race massacre Dr Freeman colder is president of the Greenwood chamber of commerce I am announcing rebuilt Greenwood the original black Wall Street campaign national campaign to restore Wall Street let Wall Street he says the money raised will be used to improve the historic district and provide ongoing resources to businesses an inmate doing time for murder at the Davis correctional facility in Holdenville has been charged with running a massive drug trafficking operation out of his prison cell for more than two years prosecutors say thirty three year old Richard leroy used contraband cellphones to recruit people on the outside to help them acquire and distribute large amounts of methamphetamine and heroin the former mayor of actually Oklahoma is going to federal prison for two years forty two year old David north cut has been sentenced in federal court for stealing guns from the town police department he confessed to using a key to unlock the evidence room and stealing guns cash and drugs he told police at the time that he had a meth addiction he also said he was four months behind on his mortgage prosecutors say that he pawned the guns and use some of the money to gamble at.
"dr freeman" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
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"dr freeman" Discussed on Nightline
"George Florence funeral here in Houston today there was a unified call for justice, not just for one man, but for every man. Earlier today I spoke to Houston mayor so vest return has to PT and Wollo and Texas Southern University student Alexandria Barnaby. Thank you all for joining us Mr Mayor. I like to start with you. You now plans to sign an executive order that will ban the use of Cocos in Houston. How else does your civic handling? Yes, conversation on police reform. Well, you know it's been a very robust conversation, which is good I will be signing an executive an executive order that will deal with deadly force deescalation training comprehensive reporting along with other things as well. What was it much resistance, or was the spirit and the city of Houston that something had to change now. But I think as a spirit in this city as well as cities across this country I mean people frustrated. They're angry. Emotions running high. They saw what happened to George flawed. They don't WanNa. See that repeated. In fact, they've seen it happen to too many people. Especially African Americans and so black lives matter. That's critically important. Look, we need the community and law enforcement to be on the same team moving in the same direction and pastor place joining this conversation. You knew George Foot. He was a friend of yours talk about this moment in time for you and talk about your dear friend George is. The picture, perfect example of what Christianity is it's. It's not defined by perfection. Is defined by redemption. and. I met him while I was trying to break into ministry in Cuny. Halls project I needed a partner. Who would help me get into the doors and big floor was a gateway that allow me to do man countless things. If you call them was a servant leader. It sounds like it was deathly a servant leader. And Alexander I. Know Your Student At. Texas Southern University historically Black College. It's world famous debate team you're you're part of that for your generation, which seems to be the real energy now in this movement if if it is that what's? Where's your heart right now? My heart is Is Heavy, because of the fact that. We have to move with intention I think that it is. It's It's okay to do it now where we're seeing a trend to do it now, but we can't lose that motivation. My heart is focused on not only seeing you know the this particular case be brought to justice, but prevention form allowing it to happen again. When certainly you talk to people of perhaps of my generation to people in power across our country and politics. They talk about be patient. Your generation doesn't sound like you have any interest in being patient. Because we've watched it happen time and time again. Our mothers were patient. Our grandfathers were patient. They were all very patient, and now is not the time for us to be patient. Because I'm pretty sure that George flood was very patient while he was gasping for air. I'm pretty sure that you know the mini black men and women who have lost their lives due to law enforcement were patient when as when trying to you know advocate for their right to live. So I. This is not the time for patients. This is the time for action. Mayor what's next for Houston. Here, Look. This is a very diverse city It's it's important people on. People want good policing. They want accountability. They won't transparency is not just about getting good. Policing and policing right is also about making sure that we're meeting. The needs of people in communities that have been undeserved and under resource for a long time quality housing, quality playgrounds parks economic business job opportunities, good quality education. All of these things are important, so if you invest in these communities that have been undisturbed and under resource for decades then you don't have to spend as much on policing pastor you can. Can you can hear the frustration in the mayor's voice certainly here in Alexandra's voice you as a man of the Gospel. How did you reassure people in this time? When people are sick and tired of being sick and tired, they're tired of promises. They want results. God here's the every innocent suffering from able to Christ and including our brother Floyd. He's heard his voice, I think his death was an inflection. Point we either going to master the sin of racism, or the sin of racism is going to masters us. Alexandra will give you the last talking to pastor mind for the scripture that says a child will lead the way your generation will lead this movement. A mindful for you just yesterday. You Lost Your Mentor Dr. Thomas Friedman, the legendary debate coach at t issue. WHO also taught Dr? Martin Luther King Junior debate, but do you think Dr Freeman might say about this time to you and your classmates, so your university tallest Dr Freeman has always encouraged us to use our platforms as a way to vocalise plight. It's more than just good policing. We need an actual change in the way. Civilians Interact with law enforcement Dr Freeman has always encouraged us to not only put our best foot forward, but act with intention. It's more than just saying black. Black lives matter we have to make black lives matter and protect those black lies with legislation with protection with action Dr. Freeman always said in. It's the motto of our debate team. What we do, we do well what we don't do. Well, we don't do it all. It is time for not only Houston, but every city in America to do this and do it right the pastor for him. It is the word of God. That gives some comfort. I know for the mayor. It is the power of position that he's able to influence change. Where does your spring comes? My strength comes from. Generations of Black Women being silenced of being denied the basic inalienable rights guaranteed to every person in this country, but our people wash. Thank you all so much through time. Thank you for this. Conversation is a long one. It will continue for a while. Thank. Thank you..
"dr freeman" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Dr Freeman. I think when this buyers hit the United States we heard a lot about how kids will largely be spared. Is that still your understanding yes To to a certain extent certainly the data initially from China suggested that children were essentially completely sperry with an incredibly low rate of children. Having even any kind of symptoms with at merging of this new inflammatory syndrome. That's CO related. It does make us think twice in. Certainly we have to be a little bit. More careful trickle in children who having fevers or other wise acting very unwell they need to seek medical engine. But I think it's important to be clear this isn't Children with low grade fevers and mild. Cold symptoms are very very sick with high persistent Iverson and then gastrointestinal symptoms Bemberg prominent. Do We know anything. More about Y. Kids are still largely spared from in nineteen. Not Exactly No. Fortunately most kids have few underlying health connections and certainly what we've seen in the adults who are very ill Kobe. It's largely the elderly on those with underlying medical conditions. But the exact details of white children seemed to be largely especially the respiratory symptoms are not entirely clear. So is that to say that the kids who are getting cove in nineteen in the United States and elsewhere are largely ones who have underlying conditions. I would make a distinction at the initial data seems to indicate that children who get respiratory failure in choir is like Positive pressure bend elation or intimation with the ventilator those children seem to be largely children underlying metal conditions that predispose them to respiratory failure whereas new inflammatory syndrome seems to be affecting all types of children without underlying supposing metal finishes once a child has Cova nineteen. Does it look any different in a trial than a dozen adult yes The key differences are adults with Kobe. Nineteen predominantly getting sick from respiratory failure in low auction levels whereas children. The restoration are less prominent and particularly those who developed this Amatori Syndrome often don't have respiratory symptoms or have minimal respiratory symptoms and symptoms from The GI tract including abdominal pain vomiting diarrhea much more prominent and then a lot of them are actually presenting very sick with low blood pressure and human dynamic shock where the is low and they need support with to help blood pressure if children do get cove in Nineteen. What are their recovery rates right? Now do we know generally speaking most children who are getting Cova Keener Still? Highly likely to be minimally. Symptomatic are asymptomatic. I'd say the overall rate is a full recovery is extremely I in those presenting with respiratory type of symptoms largely depend on their underlying medical conditions but for children who have a minimal underlying medical conditions. Also the recovery rate is very high last type of presentations with this highly inflammatory syndrome. With that we're still learning a lot but it seems that the majority of children's still recover fully although there have been a few concerning cases where children have not recovered. That have been recently. Reported knows children's Had severe involvement of our heart on and true heart. Failure Related Syndrome. So I guess with super high recovery rates and even low rates of infection and most kids being a symptomatic I I imagine. A lot of people are wondering why their kids can't go back to their normal lives. What would you say to those people who are wondering about that? I think there's two components to that. The first is from a global epidemiologic standpoint. The vast majority of children show no symptoms of respiratory illness. Or this new. I'm Tori condition It can still carry the virus and spread it to others in a global standpoint. Only way to stop spread is social distancing until we have a vaccine probably most importantly is that there it can be carriers of the virus. You've McNary symptomatic and second still learning a lot about this inflammatory syndrome and some children are getting very very very small number not survive and certainly we don't. We don't want to expose more children to the risk of developing Bama Syndrome or respiratory Elliott related to the next so. What advice would you give parents who are trying to maintain their sanity keeping their kids at home in this moment? I think the key thing to recognize. Is this still extraordinarily rare even with the new gap? That's emerged. Children are still much safer in this outbreak and adults particularly adults or elderly or have medical underlying medical problems in the vast majority of children are get back and still have minimal or no symptoms and even in the worst case the children who are getting a new inflammatory syndrome. We do have treatments. That are both supportive and help to decrease inflammation so I think if a child's having persistent Bieber's with Gi symptoms and otherwise acting. Very unwell the made to seek medical attention but overall it's still a very rare syndrome and most children recover. Well was supportive care. And the current. Anti inflammatory therapies. Thank you so much for your time. Thank.
"dr freeman" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Was choked by teammate told he was zero nobody worthless quite a powerful and troubling blog really if anyone wanted to check that out on Yanni Brockovich, she's website. Bit more doping news in a white confirmation that the ban on the painkiller Trento will come into effect on March first we had long -ticipant to this. But the UCI have confirmed that Marcia I that's the last. Well, that's the first day that Trump will be on the banned list. And finally, the former teams guy and British cycling. Dr Richard Freeman faces a medical misconduct trial in Manchester early next month, some of the pre hearing reports of being posted on the general medical council website regarding the hearing, Dr Freeman is alleged to have ordered thirty show. Thirty sachets of testosterone put a coup Tesco jail from a company called fit for sport. Ltd the product delivered to Manchester velodrome in may twenty eleven in October of that year. Dr Freeman is alleged to have written to fit for sport requesting that they send him an Email confirming the order had been sent in the allegation is Freeman knew this to be forced the other key allegation is the product would intended for an athlete now the tribunal will oversee test of this evidence in a hearing that could lost as much as a month. The decision should be published twenty eight days after that. So we should be a little bit clearer on this story by what light March, I guess. But really troubling these allegations also stock, and of course, now there are no grey areas when it comes to a substance like testosterone or that. There are no no this is a dark shadow 'em looming on the. Very troubling. Indeed. I mean, there is you can't doping investigation into all gone on partic- team sky involving Dr Freeman on it didn't get to the bottom of some of the stuff and already in the published by while the allegations of the published and will which will be investigated doing the hearing they go farther than you county doping. We're able to go, and so I, you know, very very troubling. Indeed. And as you say, Lionel, no gray area Thole testosterone is cheating on if they're able to prove that it was intended for athlete, well while who was intended for and you know, what what are the implications of this for British cycling team sky. I agree rich. This is probably the most troubling whiles sort of shadow of of allegation of the allegations. And second. Secombe social evidence been sort of collected about teams going loss three or four years. Some of the stories and rumors and. Actions of amounted to nothing, really. But this is a very worrying one, particularly when one considers the timing two thousand eleven spring of two thousand eleven so before well before Bradley Wiggins second tilts toward France in the same spring few weeks before the contentious jiffy bag was delivered to the dolphin and allegedly deliver to the definite also a year when get Landes, the Belgian doctor who of courses at the center of the noise about team sky that was when he was probably he's if he was influential at all times, it was it was then and not season he had just on the detail as being released pre prior to that hearing. I mean, the things that leap out to me all accompany fit for sport supplying a testosterone product anyway and. The idea of sending anything of that nature clearly band to Manchester, velodrome home, British cycling, and if that was an error that was a significant error. It's a case the medical professionals will certainly want to get to the bottom of I actually had a look at the fit for sport website. And I mean, you can't search amongst the products. They do have testimonies from various sports teams football clubs cricket clubs, and so on providing plenty of, you know,.
"dr freeman" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"HQ in twenty eleven. That's a pretty serious development for Dr Freeman. And he's he's status at a qualified doctor. And lastly, the Andrea taffy circus looks like it's going to roll into town. He may well get his ROY empire rebate. The age of fifty two next April room is on the internet down knew that he has agreed to deal or is in the process of agreeing a deal with data with a surprising team. Yeah. Dimension data. I mean, I I'm. I'm my flabby is cost it about that. Really? I'm surprised it's a world tour team that's contemplating taking him on. Yeah. I mean he was being proposed. Whether it's just the right pirate bay with her survived rice before pirate bay whether swind fire everybody who on that team would fund C Hyderabad's, Advil, boasted, Haagen, maybe anybody else. We'll have signed reinforced at classics department haven't they with vow grin, but he's not really a pyro Baikonur ride of mall who signs the team lost someone who could go one in private, right? Reasonable team prior rain. Don't forget will say that also team. Well, all teams now can only feel seven writers in those world tour one day races. So that's another spot that rule would go to taffy. I mean, I can well imagine that someone like Andrea top even the age of fifty would probably could probably still do a reasonable job in the team. Roy was. A certain point in the rice. Maybe the first hundred fifty comes. However, I don't think that is what is on his his mind. I think he would like to be as competitive as possible. I don't forgive me for us. It's time put on what on what evidence. Do you base that because he roads a race lost here? I think in Hungary, I forget the name of the race and these custody of the race, but he was running its priorities and he finished in the Palatine. And he's a guy and. Fit X ride is in that fifties on occasion. You know, they they still can put in performances on that far away from what's happening there in the in the world tool and uncertain terrain in a flat race like pirate bay. I didn't need to be on the realm of possibility that he could be relatively competitive. But no one else he's looking at the result of that Hungarian ration- picking out potential higher by talk ten right up from the people who finishing the bunch. I mean, if they're not doing I mean, we haven't seen signs undress half. Eva team does sign anyone's gonna make anybody's about the public as publicity stunt here. We are here we are feeding publicity. Well, that's the thing is no I don't want to be. I eat your about it. Andrea taffy always had the look of an alpha. Mayo. Didn't they I mean need lose characteristic? I mean, they all are I guess it'd be you can't survive in the world tour peleton without being, you know, a competitive based that fire doesn't suddenly extinguish. After retirement, I kind of get the fifties. The new fourteen apparently is that right? I mean, you'll smoking hardly find out in a few years. I mean, forty feels like the new sixty of the moment to me, I've got to say, but I if you mentioned data rider if this rumor is true or any will tour team it doesn't reflect that well on your bringing in Andrea taffy like Wayne Rooney coming back crews England friendly this week and the current England players must be thinking. Well, hang on a minute. This guy retired from not teams who would probably be who's right is would probably be very grateful for someone to take one of those spots in pyre by Mavi, Safra example. Yeah, they sometimes I need lineup with you know, a man short don't they on Andrea, taffy speller Tuscan and good friend. I think max shandy was just doing besides the teeth. So who knows that could be a possibility. Well, they fix they speculation upon speculation. Is the largest flavor community of its kind members share their passion for the rage three rides events exclusive club kits and my saying find out more at Rafeh. Don't see see. Point very much to our headline sponsor Rafeh for their support. Still waiting for my explore jacket Lionel year on the year on the on the Luke. Licy jacket as well, aren't you? Well, if you get your explore Jack here aren't got my on the new commuter jacket to be honest..
"dr freeman" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Death of his ex-girlfriend in her Oakland apartment and Darby will be sentenced to life in prison this afternoon. Besides the homicide. Darby is also charged in to rape cases. One involving a woman in Indiana county and the other involving an underage girl in Elizabeth last minute lobbying and negotiations in Harrisburg on a Bill to allow older victims of clergy sex abuse to go to court, Katie k radio's Joe to steal reports. GOP leaders who control the state Senate say a Bill passed by the Republican controlled house is unconstitutional. It follows the recommendations of a state grand jury report, including a two year window for older victims to sue top Senate democrat, j Kosta says he's been told by house leaders, if the Senate doesn't pass it. It's dead this year four recommendations and a window of at least one to two years and a quarter camoflauge. Civil action that they're not likely to take it up. Senate GOP leaders favor of victims compensation fund paid for by the Catholic church Joe to steal NewsRadio ten twenty. Katie. First lady, Melania. Trump's plane was forced to return to a Washington area. Military base this morning because of smoke in the cabin a spokesperson says everyone is fine and safe after the aircraft returned to join base Andrews. Mrs Trump was scheduled to visit a Philadelphia hospital to meet with families of children affected by exposure to opioids in the womb verse ladies team is now evaluating whether to make other arrangements to travel to that event. Also, Hillary Clinton was seemingly unharmed when the secret service vehicle. She was riding in was involved in a crash last night Clinton was headed to a fundraiser in Jersey City when the vehicle pulled into a parking garage made a left turn and he had a concrete column. Allergy sufferers are well aware. Spring pollen has given way to fall ragweed in mold Allegheny health network. Allergist Alison Freeman tells the Katie k radio morning. News outdoor allergens are at the only concern is the seasons are changing a lot of pet sufferers will come in and say to me, oh, but my dog doesn't bother me. But when you turn on the heat, and you sir up all that old dander from the year before it probably will Dr Freeman suggests changing furnace filters every six weeks running blankets comforters through hot water when they come out of storage on Wall Street Hefferin, Tillerson says the markets continue a downward trend right now. The Dow is off by two hundred sixty six points at twenty five thousand five thirty three. The NASDAQ is down sixty points at seventy five eighty six in sports of.
"dr freeman" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"A tape washing today for the bears before Wednesday practice getting ready for Tom Brady and the New England Patriots and their arrival a Soldier Field on Sunday. Roy. Oh, quite Smith a rookie respects Brady. But a lot of them growing up. Were you definitely have a lot of respect for the guy all the things he's done throughout his career and whatnot. But as a fan I didn't get catch ton of his game. Besides like, the Super Bowls and stuff like that. Then in the south. So not a lot of New England games. TD young guys like real quantity Jackson calling it. Just another game. This is coming down from the top flush the Miami experience. Don't get too wide item about playing the greatest quarterback in NFL history, potentially and arguably bears and patriots noon Sunday nine AM, the pre-game. Josh Allen out this week in buffalo the rookie quarterback right elbow injury. Dr Freeman of Atlanta out for a while. He's been placed that I could return from groin and the NFL owners are meeting in New York, the agenda player safety, and the competition committee report about all the roughing the passer and illegal contact penalties. Practice opens this week for college basketball's, Loyola ramblers last year's NCWA. Final four Cinderella porter. Moser the profile and this report and WBZ. M's George often Moser has a plan and judging by last season, it's working, but the popular head coach believes Loyola has to think smartly and aggressively to continue being successful. We have to evolve we have to change with the times we have to reinvest. We cannot stay the same. At Loyola if we look at any great company any great team. They're Castelli thinking advancement. And that's what I want for loyal part of that plan. Includes a brand new basketball practice facility expected to be completed next summer, Georgia News Radio one zero five point nine FM, and you can hear Georgia's extended interview with coach Moser at WBZ, NewsRadio dot com. College football. Nick boasted drops out of Ohio State, the on American defensive end could be the number one pick in the draft. But he's out right now with the stomach muscle injury. And I'll CS Milwaukee dodgers with brewers up to one that'll be tonight and the AL CS later this afternoon Boston and Houston even at a game apiece with sports at fifteen and forty five of the home of the bears. Jeff Johnny act. Radio seven hundred and one zero five point nine FM. Whether it's our hearts, lawns or other organs were diagnosis tends to make us uneasy..
"dr freeman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Today I'm taking you back to nineteen seventy seven and the moments when the first magnetic resonance scan of a human torso was attempted breakthrough in a worldwide effort to develop the. Revolutionary machines we now know as MRI is now doctors will have to learn to look at the body in a completely, new way and the reason a dramatic new way of seeing inside living matter without. Using rays while we put, Larry in we've got a signal immediately from his heart and, I said. Holy smokes it's actually going. To work that's the voice of Dr Raymond dominion who together with two of his students built the first nuclear magnetic, resonance machine large enough to contain the whole human, body technique which would form the basis for all modern MRI scanners is technique depends on two facts that our buddies a made up Water and that water. Molecules. React when subjected to a strong magnetic field is one, of the most exciting. Medical breakthroughs for years because gives inside information in detail never possible before Dr to median I heard about magnetic resonance when he was trying to investigate the chemistry inside cells I get. A call from a well-known visits named Dr Freeman cope he says I'm using this new technology and you can put the, sample inside of a magnet and you get the signal and you get the chemistry. Right away at the heart, of each hydrogen atom in the water of the body is, a proton. An electrically charged particle when..
"dr freeman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Her again, and the cabinet has very special unique. Look the way the cabinet shaped and the shape of this car came from Dr Freeman, Thomas whom you probably know also I know know this this car. car, you know the name. Remind me what else? What else did he do? Well, the most famous car that he did in his younger h was see t t. Oh. Definitely original one of the first. The first one. Yeah, that's a classic. We were just talking about that another show with the baseball gloves stitching. Yes, baseball, love leather. Great. Definitely see some similarities between kind of matching fenders. How much how much came in does that vehicle use? Ciro Cayman. We are using the front end of the nine, seven, nine, eleven. And from the center of the car, we're building our own frame every the way to the back everything. Oh, we're birdcage and independent suspension with push rods and and. Sorry, I said, came in. There's no just the of the glass and the roof structure and the doors. No, they could be the windshield special. It's not fitting from Porsche cycles is also different. That doesn't exist in a Porsche. The only thing you could interchange are the doors. The doors. Okay. All right. And the Taylor, it's the tail lights are coming from existing. Okay. At that time we didn't want to go to our own Taylor because that's very, very expensive. I learned that now with the new one, that'd be homologated a new tail gating just just to have them produced really. What does that tell me as I've never done that? What does that process like to have a tail light made for car. It. It goes over two years and you have to find somebody that you can actually afford to do it because if you go to the very big companies, you're kind of fought it. You need to order three, three million euros for Taylor. Wow. Yes. Can only be done for for Carter.
"dr freeman" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"To dish out the tough love people are actually turning around and going the wrong way up the ramp don't do that the lanes are open up don't be silly check with sam i what are you doing every ten minutes on the twos on kyw newsradio w news time ten eleven global markets are reacting to the trump administration's tariffs kyw shower a day howard spoke with an expert on global economic development about how this will impact the middle class president trump's imposition of tariffs on imported steel anna lumina m is rippling through the global economy in dr sharon freeman says tafs are not the illness but rather the symptom of globalism are only one part of a larger issue of globalization and dr freeman says when tariffs are implemented against trade partners the middle class is storage has been left out as the upper classes benefit think all over the world what has been realized is that it's very hard in the middle class in the formerly across all sectors to identify dr freeman believes where there's a cause there's an effect what is clear is if we impose your will be retaliations sheridan howard kyw newsradio uhhuh news time ten twelve it's time for traffic and transit on the twos we've got a lot of jammed up traffic on the vine street expressway the entire way across we can see it in the mealey's furniture jam cam it's jammed east from the schuylkill out to almost ninety five and that's just because of all the things that are going on in town around independence mall trying to get set up for the biggest festival on the westbound vine street expressway it's not too bad it is jammed from the parkway out to the schuylkill expressway speaking of the parkway we've got the inbound inner lanes closed from the art museum logan circle as the setup continues they're also trying to get out of town on the schuylkill expressway did get a lot better as you approach the gulf mills area in through to two so whatever was going on there looks to be gone on the eastbound schuylkill expressway it's from the boulevard all the way to the vine and that's because of the vine backup ninety five south allegheny gerard a little bit slow that's just volume but that's pretty much it for ninety five so if you're getting outta town and you need to take ninety five down into wilmington everything looks great if you're going to go to the.
"dr freeman" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"That cancer will go away that that's how we think about depression that's how you think about anxiety that's how you think about any of these issues where you're in a dark spot when you just can't seem to put down the bottle or put down the drug seem like oh you just have the willpower the other willpower you would do it in that really lot for me when i was dealing with with weight issues where it's like i know what to do he will know what to do in terms of fitness and you don't do it why it's not a it's not a willpower issue it's a it's a chemical thing that is happening in your brain your brain can be ill in the same way that you can get the flu your brain can be ill in the same way that you get cancer your brain can be ill in the same way the of any other illness that happens in your body and so we need to get past this idea that there's that if i just fill in the blank this would go away the fill in the blank part is that you just go to professional like don was saying and say i'm ill can you help me become not ill and for some people that may involve some antidepressants for some people that in that same story from dr freeman six to ten talk sessions with people that are suicidal the cognitive therapists with any therapist just a talk session six to ten talk sessions will reduce the likelihood an incident of suicide by more than twenty five percent just talking well he's don't have the character do you add more character you wouldn't have thought that flew you wouldn't have thought that cancer like we don't think that way and we shouldn't think that way when it comes to living with darkness living things iety living with panic living with fear that can just.
"dr freeman" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Recall all of over a quarter million harley davidson motorcycles and iowa senator chuck grassley says he's been doing some fact checking on texas senator ted cruz details coming up at eight thirty on news radio 1040 who nineteen is time for a look at our who radio sports with mark allen thank you very much and once again top of the morning everyone colleagues ucs last night i would say goes on the road it was a tight game early secondhalf and then texas tech polls away number seven read raiders over iowa state seventy eight to seventy six to fifty eight rather i iowa state seven games remaining four of those against ranked opponents to the mv see loyola over the drake bulldogs 72 57 northern iowa viqueque bradley 74 65 white lohaus 25 points in that game for the panthers now the good night to be in the top ten three means lost st john's over number one villanova seventy nine seventy five fourteen thranked ohio state over number three produce sixty four sixty three texas anm over number eight auburn eighty one to eighty big ten women's basketball to night penn state at i with seven pm two winter olympics kick off in south korea the opening ceremonies are this evening pga tour at t pebble beach proam tees off this morning and at the buzzer in overtime lebrun james hits the shot cleveland over minnesota 140 138 i'm mark allen for news radio 1040 who all right here's the kind of disjointed thinking this programme goes through here i have a to accomplish sportscasters on the program here this morning jerry dr freeman mark allen and i turned to jaffa angelo for our first official olympic update banned.
"dr freeman" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show
"Dr freeman going um and if he can establish iran and he's he's he's ripping off these headfirst physical dominating runs and he plays like that we can win this game by taking that the model that the saints wanna use of appropriate here for ourselves and then running the ball down their throats yeah i mean i think that's a totally plausible way for the falcons win this game they're running the ball very effectively anna and still to be honest with you i don't i don't understand will restore having these conversations mayberry not let him just imagining this maybe this is a straw man but it certainly seems like when i talk to people there are still those conversations about how the falcons offense is a mess with steve sarkissian at offense river nader i think i think the conversations are real i mean i think it's it's one of those where every time there's a little blip oh well it's like because monday night they were cutting to start he it i mean they've kept cutting or to him over and over again he's ran it back attack on this place i mean listen if you want to judge his sartorial sense i can't fault obviously there are issues there that's that's the case but in terms of his performance this falcons offense is very very very good their second in yards per drive their fifteen points per dry they're being handed the worst average starting deal position and their defense allows the longest average time possession and the most plays for dr they get the eighth had the fewest possessions by a significant margin of any team in football so the cumulative numbers are not there so if you have these guys and fancy football perhaps you're concerned about that i don't think it's the offense that they had a year ago obviously they've played the easy schedule in football football outsiders but this offense is totally fine if they're not playing the vikings defense which makes a lot of offense.
"dr freeman" Discussed on Part-Time Genius
"You know i i rarely turned down invitations to associate with those people that's what the one thing you can do to to move a happy and thriving and and longlife it would probably be do look around and stuff and so you're you're you're healthy enough thriving friends are and and try to associate more with those so that's that's kind of conscious change you can make you know my might too busy or should i do this and how much more likely these days to say i'm gonna go do that oh that's good that's good we'll we'll good for you will it's been so fascinating reading about this project and chatting with you about this so dr freeman thanks so much for joining us on parttime genius so mingle i know we've heard a lot of brilliant people over the years but the hiring processes never any fun i know hiring such a pain like i remember once we put out the job call that basically had two requirements you had to be local and you could be difficult to work with and this one prison rohback saying they considered the job they could do a parttime from russia we'll thankfully now there's ziprecruiter you can post your job to 100plus job sites with just one click their powerful technology efficiently matches the right people to your job better than anyone else and unlike other job sites ziprecruiter doesn't depend on candidates finding you it finds them in fact over 80 percent of jobs posted on ziprecruiter get a qualified candidate in just twenty four hours to there's no juggling emails or calls to your office you can just stream rate and manage candidates all in one place with ziprecruiter's easy to use dashboard find out today why ziprecruiter has been used by businesses of all sizes to find the most qualified job candidates with immediate results and right now parttime genius listeners can post jobs on ziprecruiter for free.