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"dr hirsch" Discussed on Leadership Lifestyle Podcast
"Books cleaning up your own mental mess so one of the first things you need to think of as you're going on that journey is because this is were the mental side kicks in is what are you willing to give always make the joke from the from Jason bourne movies when dr hirsch leans over and says we give yourself to this program..
CDC: Easing mask mandates led to higher COVID cases and deaths
"Covert surge is still possible. On Lisa Brady Fox News that warning today from World Health Organization officials as the White House pleads with states and citizens not to drop safety rules know the idea of relaxing wearing and getting back to everyday attitude is appealing. But we're not there. That's way have been. We have seen this movie before. CDC director Dr Hirsch Oh well, Lansky says, when prevention measures like Mask mandates are rolled back cases go up even The vaccine rollout continues.
Busting Internet Skincare Myths with Dr. Ranella Hirsch
"Okay. Welcome dr hirsch can i. Can i call you dr her short call. You can call me rinella fat. Okay so rinella okay. We thought you like the timeless right to have you on the show and really have you like call like like basically like spit some truth on a lot of like internet skin rumors going around. I am here to bring the truth. Okay excellent so excited for this. You guys have no idea now you got. This could be clear about this. You collaborated with us on a lot of the skin-care misconceptions that i'm going to be rattling off. Because we have our own we have a lot of like. Dm's and like emails that people are always like writing us like. Is it true that blah blah blah blah blah and that we've kind of like saved them We'll get to that. We'll do a segment shore. And then you have the questions that people come into your office and say like i've been hearing about that. So we've collaborated with put them together and here of the top myths or misconceptions that we need the truth on okay. The real deal here for him. Number one fungus can feel like family feud. Okay thank you really into. I ask my responses need to be in the form of a question no i i never really. I'm not a jeopardy person. I can't okay. number one. fungus can cause acne survey very very very false. There is no such thing so yeah sometime. We actually map this out there. There's a wonderful program where you can look and see trends on google and if you actually look at this sort of straight line straight by straight line and then march twenty twenty this line kind of becomes an up going mountain in terms of searches for the term fungal. Acne on google. And what happened with we think. Is that someone somewhere on. Social media sort used the term and it just suddenly multiplied and multiplied. Made lots of lots of fun game vs life. Unfortunately that firm is not acne at never will be. Acne is a chronic inflammatory condition of the skin. People genetically produced too much oil. The oil tends to clog the opening to your poor which is where kind of the oil comes out. The hair follicle lids. Those people tend to get what we call. Call me don's acting. We treated a whole bunch of different ways depending on whether you're more inflammatory. Acne mother coma donal acne. What the term. I dare not say it to give it life. The correct name of malice sesia selected as it is called pittosporum and what it is is just a fungus that lives normally it happily on our skin minding its own business going about its day. Now doesn't bother you. You don't bother it but something can sometimes happen where it might be very humid environment might be wearing tighter close. You might be traveling where suddenly your body rhythms a little bit different and that fungus proliferates and you start to get lots and lots and lots and more of them and we see that presenting actually not even that frequently on the face. It's much more on the chest a little bit sometimes on the back occasionally on the airline and actually much more men and what happened. Was that a particular person. Probably thought they acne retreating it. A doctor said oh no it's actually this fungus and the name fungal acne was born. But it's something that dermatologists will recognize heartbeat and they are two completely separate things now. It has become a whole cottage industry. People asked me if they can use less medication with fungal acne. Someone wrote a blog about fungal. Acne approved cleansers. I have no idea what that means. There's all sorts of sort of fungal. Aki discussion groups support systems. It's not a thing never wasn't thing never will be hit thing really straightforward electrolyte from a fungus. That is very easily treated after being recognized diagnosed. Okay follow up question the word acne right came about because of a bacteria that was named you know is is the acne that we think of acne always caused by not that strain of bacteria but a strain of bacteria show. That is a deeply brilliant question to bacteria. Mac which i think is one of the best names in all of dermatology because what used to be called the bacteria that we classically thought of his living in the face so yes and no is the answer your question in the classic teaching you sort of think. okay well into this particular bacteria that's proliferating realistically. The skin has a lot of things going on. And if you start to get especially when you see things opening up when you start to see since when you start to see people picking at their faces other things become introduced into the skin classically. The teaching is yes jennifer. What you're saying but in real world there's probably some element of a little bit of a mixture. Actually if you were culture some of either back to you but there are some guests might be there but again the fungus is living there minding its own business not love regardless of she just has shown yeah. Yeah it's it's really not it's not actually pustules from the fungal presentation it's very much. It's a very classic presentation very similar looking small bums predominantly on the chest or a little bit on the hairline. It's really requested. Can actually we test for it in. The office is not painful. It sounds terrible but a little scrape. It's you wouldn't even know. I was there. We look under. The microscope has very classic presentation boom diagnostic tests. Could we call it. Fungal full icky litis. If you must.
"dr hirsch" Discussed on Every Little Thing
"So my sister and I grew up in Indiana next year corn maize and every year they would have a new design. So I was just curious how do they do that? THINKS THE OT Hello Hey. Lexus. It's four effort. mielke hide. Flora. You said your message grip next to a corn maze. Would you describe yourself as a child of the corn? I, mean I don't want to. Label Myself. You know. But yeah we probably regularly every season it was down the street and it's just like huge. So you WANNA, know how maize mazes are made yeah. We've found just the person to walk us through it. I sometimes say I'm an artist who works strictly in the medium of cornfields. Which is actually true. This is farmer and corn. Maze Designer Angie Trianon Hi Alexis ing Andy's family farm in Wisconsin. They grow corn soybeans and hey, and in the fall they operate a fifteen acre corn maize that attracts fifteen thousand people a year. Wow. An NGOs mazes are made for maize connoisseurs. Her designs really are outstanding in the field. She's a Vermeer of the year, a Pablo Picasso really just a van Gogh the row. She sounds so cool. Rush Amazon Jason Pictures of Mazes and will put them on instagram at Yale, t show and on spotify. Rush, this is so ornate. Yeah. Like her portfolio includes a fomer woman seen. An enormous trial obey with a butterfly next and a fossil, you have the corn mazes that we grew up on are not this detail I'd like to direct your attention to another one of her designs. The naked man with his arms outstretched doing jumping jacks. The DAVINCI. Yeah. That's kind of the ICONIC DAVINCI sketch. It's called the truyen man and I turned it into a Cyborg. Oh cool and then I added a little circuit board kind of stuff and some steam punk elements I notice he didn't. He didn't have a fig-leaf. Or anything else. Yeah. Did you consider? Did you ever think about what you might do there is that an artistic choice well, the there's only so much resolution that you can have in a in a Cornfield, but also I didn't really want people to be like because it will. Be like. Oh. Let's go into the elephants. I didn't WANNA be like. I know let's go into these cyborgs I don't know I feel like that could be a big draw. With you know floor I, see your headset. All right. Let's cut to the COBB. You WanNa know how Angie tariff forms that field of corn into an amazed no-balls Mace. Many. Farms Higher Corn Maze Company to design and build their maize. But NGOs farm. They do it all Gandhi's collecting ideas the as year round, and then early summer she starts designing. And over the years, she's picked up some Niblett of wisdom about how to make a successful corn maize. So it has to be complicated enough that it's a challenge, but you don't want people to be so frustrated that they decided to just cut through the car in and say I want to get the hell out of here. So long dead ends are terrible parts of the maze. Where you really can only get through one or two ways otherwise you're going in circles or whatever are also not good and while Angie's puzzling through the design, her husband is planting the Canvas Picture Peg Board. So he plants it in rows going one way, and then also rose perpendicular to that. So He's essentially planting it in a grid O. Neat. So any makes design and then puts. A grid over that design that matches the grid growing in the Cornfield then she can scale it up. So each square designed corresponds to fifteen feet by fifteen feet of Cornfield Then when the corn is less than a foot high, the crew starts cutting using her template. So it's like, okay, you're on E. Seven. So you're making a little in debt here. Exactly. So once the. Cutting. is done the maze finishes itself and by the time we open it's like ten feet tall. How long does it take people to go through? Generally if you're a really good navigator, you could do it in under forty five minutes. If you get lost his again be a little bit longer maybe a lot longer has anyone needed to be rescued people ask that all the time and You'll be fine. You'll find your way out eventually. We've gone in after school groups. It's only an emergency then because like the boss is leaving. I was one of those students. would. It makes the bus Before we let Angie go to pitch for her. Okay. I'm sure this is very annoying but I feel like I have a really good one for you. Okay. I'm ready. Okay. Have you considered the Flamingo? Consider the Flamingo. Let me let me give you the pitch okay. Okay. What you don't maybe know about the Flamingo is that it's one of the most bad ass creatures on the planet. 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"dr hirsch" Discussed on Women's Health By Heather Hirsch
"I'm just going to be successful that anymore. And so naturally there's going to be a shift in your lab. Ito and men don't have this. they're always trying to get pregnant. They never get pregnant. They never lose their testosterone levels. So there is a little bit of an unequal setup. Here as we get into mid life now there is no right or wrong about libido when you're in mid life there is a wide spectrum the majority of my patients will tell me dr hirsch. I really love my partner. I'm really attracted to him or her. I don't wanna be with anyone else. But when it comes to sex or sexual activity when i think about doing that i'd rather just sit on the couch and watch tv or read a book or going to hike. And i worry about this though. Because i think it's unfair to my partner and i guess i kind of miss when i used to be interested in it but you know if i never have sex again i probably fine but i just feel bad for my partner. That's probably the majority of what i hear and this is just antidoto. Meaning what i hear. It's not really grounded in scientific research but then there's also the other spectrum where women will say i never would have intercourse again and my husband's on the same page. So we're not really bothered by it. And i'll have some women who feel that their sexual function is just fine or they will feel that they really really really miss that aspect and it is really really really important to them that they improve that libido because it makes them feel like themselves. That's the piece of them that makes them feel missing. So many patients will say they feel dead inside and i cannot tell you how many times have actually written that quote out in my patients chart so i really want you to know if you're suffering with changing in libido and this is really affecting you because it's affecting your relationship or it's affecting your self esteem or defecting that you feel it you're not aging in the way that you previously thought that you were at a lot of this is normal really really normal and that you are not alone now. There is a condition called hypoactive sexual desire disorder and this means that a woman has won a lowering of libido that is too bothersome n distressing to her so that is called hypoactive sexual desire disorder. Now that wouldn't fit for the woman who says i'm not interested in intercourse in neither is my partner. I'm never gonna worry about it again. That's not her diagnosis. Because it's distressing at all so hyper of sexual desire. Disorder is something that is clinically. See now there is some options to treat this. But i wanna take a huge step back which i usually do with my patient before talking about treatment and talk a little bit about the co morbidity coexisting conditions that happen at menopause that may play a big role in our changing la vida before we get into treatment right. Because there's a huge say relationship or trustor marital issue right. Obviously i give you all the medication in the world but it might not fix the underlying problem or if there's significant pain i could give you desire but it still going to be something you don't want to engage in because your brain says yeah now that's painful so let's walk backwards before we get treatment and will end with those all right. So let's do a sweeping overview of some of the other issues that could be involved in your changing libido. The i of course is going to be any sort of changes in your relationship and only you can answer this and you really do want to think about..
"dr hirsch" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered
"All right well, Ryan I don't. I really liked her felt like I was a little uncomfortable schering like my my dating woes just because like already. Share everything already what I was. GonNa say like, why would you be? Uncomfortable when you're so you're so open. I mean I'm speaking to someone on the phone I. Think it's hard. When we do these phone interviews I, love in person interviews, I miss our studio. I miss. Leno being people and connecting with them. So it's really hard for me to connect over the phone with someone that I've never met. Should. We start bringing the video element into it now? I don't know if that makes it better or worse because you can't help but look at yourself and be like, oh. That looks that looks it's just a whole thing. It is really weird when I 'cause you know obviously were doing a lot more video interviews are video calls these times. In this weird world and I do just catch myself looking at myself and I'm not sure why is that thing like Oh what do I have that at like a gel on your like Or my hair is looking real weird right now like us so frustrated get so mad like why looking at myself, but you can't help 'cause your pictures right there. So even if you're focusing on that every once in a while, you're going to glance up and be like Oh. That's how I look when I talk I don't think any of US really know like we're not a hundred percent like we don't know that I didn't know for the longest time that I talk out of the side of my mouth that thank you housewives. But you know what I mean I don't think we're used to watching our selves talk in I. Realize now that I, use my hands when I talk all of the time I'm like Ham longer I realized that from you because sometimes I'll come over and you'll have your hands in like these gloves because you're doing something with the moisturizer or something and In a here, the gloves wrinkling. While you're talking and I like, wow, she does use her hands idea of a hand talker. I didn't know that until zoom. Thank you. Thank you so much. Soon I hate you we're learning so much from this pandemic. It's not good. So I'll tell you it's not good. I did receive like PR package from this company I. Think it's called the Andy or something and they sent me. So tell me if you think this is going to be a good idea about it yet they sent me. I voted pasties. I've tasting. I was thinking I live on Edstrom and there are people that have pasties on. It's okay. 'CAUSE I. DON'T WANNA get like eighty six from instagram. Much. After I'm done filling out my mail in I might do I voted Soto pasties. Well I'm sure people will really love it actually. It's going to be one or the other I think it's going to be like I can't believe that your mom mom's have tits to people. Plus I feel like I might as I need to Redo them, I might as well, just get one last shot in before the girls get rotated Ya. Oh, you gotTa talk a Dr Hirsch about it. I know I know I'm a little like I. Just I'm Su- yeah I need to I. He does great. boobs. I definitely Dr Online. Oh, good. Good good. Good good job Dr Hirsch. We'll talk later this neighbors and all after. Dating. Anyway. So I have this bra that like it's just goes under your boobs and it's just like that's it. It's just like wait what is it go under your boobs like to lift? No. It's just like sexy lingerie. Oh God. Okay. So I can put that on an it would just go on and then the I voted hasty somewhere mask and gloves, oh yeah. Then people won't even know it's you even..
"dr hirsch" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser
"In your. reasonable. Thank you speaking of number two. Okay please continue doctor. Where was I? Don't remember. All Right? How about this? We have some questions that we like to ask. All of our guests also asked Dr Brenner so now tell me Dr Hirsch. Do Promise to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. K which relationship in your life has had the most profound impact that'd be my wife. How long have you been married? Two thousand seven. We got married, so that would be thirteen years roughly cans to kids, ages nine and seven. Nice is your nine year old and third or fourth nine year old is in third fourth grader donors. What's your favorite love song? Their love Song Oh my God. He said it was such disdain. A love song I honestly I couldn't even tell you have a favorite song on the radio right now. The radio. You know so so music I used to play trombone. I've been music my entire life. What happens in the operating room usually have the operating room nurse pick the music so that everybody's in a good mood, so you name it. We've listened to everything and so there's some stuff I don't like I. Don't like country music. No, I don't like pop music. Everything else is fair rap rap like nineties hip hop. That's my failure. I like that okay all right? What's the one piece of advice that you would share with either your twenty something year old self or someone following in your footsteps? I don't know if you mentor younger doctors residents would but was. What's the advice? You would give somebody. For yourself take take take take your time and make sure you enjoy the ride. Nice I. Like that Great Advice, also sleep more. which romantic comedy could you watch on repeat Romantic, comedy? Boy You know it's. Kind of like the music thing. The air I mean there's puts it on and watching. Whatever's. Dry Bar. Houston survey I would fall asleep. THAT WORKS NOT ROM.
"dr hirsch" Discussed on Every Little Thing
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"dr hirsch" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered
"Loop just a little. Dick move some product from another company but forgot to shoot. I forgot to bring anyway. Let's call Dr Hirsch just a Walker that you well. I have one that I don't trust so because I'm a very busy person and I just don't have time to take little buddy out three times a day like he wants me to. He's such a manipulator that dog. I WANNA make sure that. He's getting his walks. And how do I really know if buddies out doing his thing like we don't know we could shift a trust our dog Walker? Well I checked out this thing called Fi- as F- I. It's the newest breed of callers. That are available for our little loves of our life. It's like an Apple Watch collar Q. I like it I got the other one. It has a GPS chip inside of it. So you can see where your dog is. At all times you can actually check the location of your dog. So he's going on walk. You will know it. I can find him on my phone. There's an you get and you can you. Don't worry is at all times all times. Especially when he's hiding from you and he's like I'm not coming in bitch anyway. That's a long straight so if you care about your little puppy or dog or grown dog as much as I do and you WANNA make sure. They're always okay and they're getting their sets and then do yourself a favor and visit try fi dot com and get fifty dollars off with code..
"dr hirsch" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Invasive procedure Dr Hirsch Nike is with dignity health St Joseph's hospital and Medical Center traffic out there about replacements a wave to replace that valve just through a a puncture in your growing when you go home the next day about five such operations are performed at the hospital every year Bob Maclay KTA our news speaking of heart health if you have a dog a new Mayo Clinic study shows you're also likely to have a healthier ticker one of the authors of the study says dogs makers go out more often at least once or twice a day if not more and the forces to be active the CDC says dog ownership increases the well being of an individual that helps improve people's physical activity mood social life and diet the study build on other evidence that shows dog owners are less likely to be depressed sharing their emotions they laugh and cry together so now you know your heart's best friend CBC news KTAR news time five oh seven hello there all sign that one on the dotted line my dog keeps me my spirit sits up Stevie by the way had surgery Tuesday and he's recovering he is he's wearing a cone the cone of shame ways not real happy about it but on the other hand he's getting round the clock attention from African so he's he's he's got a it's a trade off let's get the latest on traffic let's see if we're trading off anything out on the streets in the freeways with Danny Sullivan live in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center well we know need to trade but we just added a new accident it's on forty Third Avenue what Indian school road so it's like it's like if you see crews are going to be arriving to the scene shortly also a vehicle fire baseline east of Seventh Avenue and you've got some police activity going on on Washington and forty eighth street to avoid that intersection slowing go on I ten it's mainly east bound between fifty ninth Avenue in about forty Third Avenue this report is brought to you by moon valley nurseries get your trees ready before the summer monsoon hits call six SO two eight one four zero three fifty five OR.
"dr hirsch" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Go accident. And by law in Ohio, you have to do an autopsy on C most these people didn't get topsy. So the autopsy and. The corner was Dr Hirsch. He's a corner up in Nassau County, New York now or if he's still working on Ono, and when he opened up the stomach. He smelled cyanide. We right away. And what's remarkable is only fifteen percent of the population can smell sign really true that it's a genetic trait that you can that you have, and he smelled it. And he knew right away this assignment, and he's like everybody get back because you come in contact with the union die very quickly. And. That's when they knew that they had a problem at Drake and they scheduled everybody for. Lie detector tests family, because they thought maybe the family did it didn't know anybody who was on the floor and Harvey didn't show up for his law detector test. They came back in, they pressed him and he confessed to. That's the luck was that Dr Hirsch did that autopsy that was. That's what sticks with me more than anything and he would have continued had. Oh, there's no question about that. He had a lot of cyanide. And, you know, he he maintained list to we had we recovered a list from his apartment. And he was poisoning. I mean he poisoned his entire apartment building. He killed his neighbor's dog. I mean he he was just a piece of crap. I mean he really was there's no other way describing. And I guess it was last year. He got beaten to death in prison. Finally got what you deserve, buddy. And with that Joe, yes, thanks for joining us, anytime, we've got summer parenting tips coming up after the news on seven hundred wwl w..
"dr hirsch" Discussed on Masters in Business
"I have a summer house in Southampton, a couple of hours outside of New York. This part of the Hamptons is called the bayside, it's quiet peaceful, a place to escape from the city in the hot summer months. Samson and Jackie Gadot. Have a house on the same street as me? My name is Jacqueline Ghia. And we're married thirty five years. We married fifty two years. They've been coming here since the eighties most of the houses on our street are single story with wooden Clapper fronts Sampson, Jackie's house is no different, so lovely home, really. But there's one house on the street that stands out for starters. It's just bigger than most of the other houses. It's two stories instead of one and it's the only one on the street with a separate guest house out back, and then there's the way it looks, the houses spectacular with windows and windows, windows, everything about it is over the top. There's upon with goldfish. Lots of fish and waterfall to the pond to. It's bigger bolder Brasher than anything else on the street. In two thousand ten my wife Donen I bought the house next door. It wasn't long before. Man. Popped over to our house to introduce himself. He was dressed like a maintenance man, green khaki pants along sleep worker and faded baseball cap. He welcomed us to the neighborhood, and then he handed us a folder of press clippings. I literally just took them said, thank you. And but he wanted us to have them. You know, he really wanted Joe to have him. There were articles that a psychiatrist, Dr Isaac Hirsch, cough, had written and articles that had been written about him in mid August an invitation arrive to a summer barbecue next door, hosted by Dr Hirsch cough. I this would be the last of three big summer parties. He's through every year, I went on to reach the front door. I had to cross a bridge over a fish pond. There were maybe forty or so guests hanging out in the backyard. I roamed about stopping here and there to chat. I spotted the actor Richard kind. Just in time to see him do a belly flop into the pool. There were a handful of other people to people, I recognised as prominent New Yorkers like Dr Ruth, TV, personality and sex expert. It was a warm afternoon. I chatted with a few people sipped on my glass of wine and began to wander around. At some point I found myself in the living room. There was a fake draft bust finish masks, plastic parents hanging from the ceiling even a giant gong. But what struck me most with photographs, lots and lots of photographs and nearly every one of them. There was I curse cov with a different celebrity with Henry Kissinger Ike with Elliot's l Ike with Brooke Shields. I with Paltrow even with OJ Simpson. It was like one of those Diner's with the walls are covered with pictures of celebrity patrons, at that moment, the man himself appeared, he greeted me. Like a long lost friend and said that my wife and I should come over soon for a drink. And then he was gone. Sure enough a few days after the summer party, the same maintenance, man, we'd met before showed up at our door. Again, this time he brought an invitation for drinks. It was very formal as if he was reading from a script doctor Hirsch cough wants you to come. All right. At such time on such and such day in the formality of it, blew me away, and he was very, very exacting about how it had to go. So we went one of the strangest evenings I've ever had in the Hamptons or anywhere else for that matter. But definitely Hamptons. It was pouring rain. We headed over umbrellas and hand to get to the front door..
"dr hirsch" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast
"I look like a sixty five year old man nurturing quick movie store, and this is me. Thank you. This is me. Rick Caruso is a friend of mine invited me to the opening of the Palisades village and. Yeah. That's that's a forty nine year old man that looks fifteen years younger than that guy. Even like even now in personal Benjamin button. Yeah, what's happened? You look like, what's. So I I wanted people to experience the same transformation. And remember, I also was smoking a pack and a half of cigarettes a day. And I was I was on psych medication all kinds of psych medications, Sarah, quail, and Wellbutrin and transit and all that stuff. And I got off of all of that slowly and under the care of Dr Waldman. Thank god. But I got off of all of that stuff and started to feel vibrant and started to feel alive, and you know, went in and Dr Hirsch, God bless him took out all of those nasty rotting teeth and put in these beautiful like your teeth. Look great. Well, thank you, Dr Hersh, sometimes guys get veneers. It looks a little Austin powers. Not look awesome. These are veneers. These are real teeth mixed in with implants, Kamei's and crowns. Dr Hirsch did that Dr Hirsch, Dr Hirsch, you did some good work. Okay. And let me tell you something. So when I went to him, and I was like, look, I don't have a lot of money in them. You know, he was the one that said you got to get your teeth done because if you don't do it now, it's over you. You're going to have dentures. I was like I can't afford it. He's like we're going to put you on a payment plan. So he took a couple years, and we got to the very end of the journey in him. And I became so close. This is a true story, and a did not gonna cry this time when I tell it, but we got to the very very end. And we did that before and after and he told me to smile, and he told me look in the mirror, and I looked in the mirror, and I'm smiling and Allah's like, you know, okay. You know, I need to start chipping away at this. And he's like, you know, what? Now, you don't. He goes, you're a good guy, and you've helped a lot of people. And and you don't know me anything. And when I smile now and people are like, God your teeth are amazing. I'm like are. They so shout out to Dr her a love what an angel. Yeah. Wow. So good people out there that is crap people out at forward. I mean, man he'd saw some work that I had done and he wanted to honor that work, and and so I wanted people to experience the same miraculously transformation that took place with me. And look I'm not trying to sell any of you anything out there. Like, I don't care go to your own juice bar. Get your own juicer at home make your smoothies at home like in my second book. I'm even going to give out some recipes and stuff like that. You don't have to come to sunlight for Gannex. I'm good. I sang the blues a little bit because you know, our line of credit is a little bit heavy right now. But the truth is with West Hollywood opening with Scottsdale..
"dr hirsch" Discussed on Probably Science
"All the fucking beanie babies type things I was I couldn't be too fucking coffee table book out of all this just kept it. I lived through all that any old old San Francisco people who here like two thousand two thousand one the front there. That's crazy. Now, it's been multiple cycles of the entire economy since then, but I remember a time when all of my friends had crazy six figure like English majors getting six figure jobs straight out of college. And then come spring two thousand one everybody unemployed Tuesday to a could text anybody who know except texting didn't exist. You can call the land. Let anybody know. And like, yes. Someplace some pulled a bar because there were no jobs. Yeah. But now it's back to being tech, bro. Centra give it up. Protect broS and the audience tonight tech broS, we actually. Bit to that. I I don't know whether to bring this this topic up on all, but it was a major chapter of judy's book because you were a junior like qualifying to be a forensic pathologist in New York in the early two thousands when subtly around two thousand and one that was a very cool for people who know how to handle that buddies. Yes. So what happened was is there? Anybody medicine knows that the cycle for physicians is always starts on July first. So there's another important safety. Tip is do not go into the hospital or schedule any procedures in July. Because that's when you have the medical students who have just become residents. They're all interns. They know nothing actually matching my in fact had been disproven I'm going to call you. I think I might article on that. I think I read it. Empiricism peers. An article on that. So I'm just saying just because I started in New York City at the medical examiner's office in July first two thousand one and I had basically two months of training July and August before September eleventh happened. So I was the rookie. I was the youngest person on the team, and there's a thirty forensic pathologists in New York City, and we had we were tasked with identifying the remains from nine eleven I actually saw the first plane before I was walking into the building when it flew over my head. I want all that's kind of weird, but I just normalized it like all of us. And then when I got into the building, and I came out of the bathroom someone said to me a plane just flew into the World Trade Center, and I go oh my God. I saw the plane, and that's when I like connected the two together. Here it I well, it was more. I heard it. But also saw it was Golo and it went right over where you do you were you exposed to think you're exposed to chemicals and stuff down there. No. I mean, the people who were down at ground zero during the collapse worse. Oh, Amy, the anthr- apologised was actually down there and was physically injured and heads some respiratory problems. As a result. Dr Hirsch, the chief medical examiner was down there and was injured and I saw some of his injuries when he come back. But we we stayed at the office. And we waited for the bodies to arrive and initially we worked on the first night. If I remember correctly was twenty four hour shifts, then it was twelve hour shifts for few days, and then we switched to eight hour shifts round the clock. And at the beginning. It was just constant. I mean, you just stood in the body's came in the anthr- apologised sorted them to figure out sometimes it'd be multiple bodies in one bag, so we'd have to separate them. And then we would have to identify that usually using. And we knew what the cause of death. Was that wasn't the mystery at the identifying factor who are you was the issue. So looking for things like jewelry. Tattoos dental x-rays things like that. And that was what we put to task. But that's that's towards the end of the book the books that I should explain his not in chronological order because even though this happened two months in it went on for the next year and a half. And we had pockets would be found we'd have to be called back to do more work. So this was an ongoing thing. In addition to doing my regular cases. Did you find off you went through that just the rest of training or just being a pathologist was? All right. Well, this is. Times..
"dr hirsch" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered
"You have. No, I do I have breast, but I'm working on just doing me, Zillow senior therapist and. Yeah. Doing the hyphen, correct. Okay. So they some some do. So there's this thing called w path. The letter that you're supposed to get from a mental health care person. But I'm professional. I don't know that. I mean nowadays like you can get anything done modestly. I go to the black market or any or doctors like they go to do anything. You know, what I mean like you can get anything you could buy botox online. Now filler I've been I'm sorry people. I'm like where did you buy this like I got on Amazon just bought feller online? Really? Because I so here's what happened really quickly. I wanted to see how much the doctors were jacking us because I haven't had a year. Guess what? On Friday, I'm doing my lift teak. All right. So we're going to have before and after pictures excited. So I haven't you have to let everything dissipate. So I think in my skin, which is really sad. Okay. So I got this this, and I mean, this is a compliment like your skin still good and your face still looks good. So like if you've been doing because you feel like you need it like I as like a dude, it doesn't pay attention. Like, I could have like partners. It looks. But you know, what? I mean when you just want a little so I'm excited because my jobs will go away a little and that's only for the bottom half of your face. And it's just a radio frequency minimally invasive facial, and I cannot fucking wait through the shoes you're talking about basically like read your face, right? It's okay. Yeah. And they all the way through the darkness, and they map it. So I'm just excited because I don't want to have a face. That's like we talked about seeking that g plan on doing some women of for. Sure. The what do you call it? It's feminine facial- facial feminization we were at a doctor with your honor code in Dr Hirsch, and he had done her. I want to go to Korea knows and her booth for for free. No. Yeah. She got her insurance. Let's signed me up. She had insurance covered. This your insurance would cover this. So you need to go. Pretty amazing. Well, I will reach out to her and ask her exactly because I know that I talked to her about it in the interview, and she didn't have to pay for it. She lives nearby. The facial feminization surgery or or not jobs job message for make sure that we're not giving people misinformation. Yes. I I distinctly remember this conversation, but. Yeah. It's it's hard because those those surgeries are expensive. They are. Yeah. I saw Caitlyn Jenner the other night. It depends on how far you want to take it and where your comfort level is. And you know. Where you're at with it. I'm wanna do it. All all. Yeah. I wanted to do everything. So. Okay. Okay. Well, we'll let me clarify. To a place where I'm comfortable. So we won't put a details. Dry. Okay. But if your sex drive is win win dealing. Let's hope that it comes back if you cut back on hormones, then let's say that you don't have your penis. And you lose it again. Hocus pocus change. That's a personal thing. I'm I'm not sure yet. Yeah. Okay. That's all I listen. I'm not sure. Yeah. Listen, I'm not going to pressure you anymore about that. You're not pressuring me. But that's just something that I'm not even I would want to give a definite answer to because. I'm not really sure, right. And how was your family handling all of amazing really my family's? Totally amazing. Let's it wasn't always that way. It was not always that way. But then, you know, you have to think like a lot I tried to put myself in other people's positions in place. And then like, if my mom came to me and said, you know, I want to transition I'd like you'd have mom do not. This is a warning do not do that. I don't know that I would be so now, I would it would be a lot it takes time. Yeah. I think like I like really if you give yourself anyone can get their head around anything. Well, it took me, you know, twenty five years, so. So I can expect them to be cool that overnight, but they are amazing. My whole family's amazing..
"dr hirsch" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive
"I came to New York actually after looking around in the Boston area for someone who could mentor me in this kind of activity, and it turned out there. I mean, there's some interesting stories about that. But the advice that I got from the people who are not in a position to help me in the way that I thought I needed help was that I might consider going to the Rockefeller and working with the physician scientist named Jules Hirsh who would time was very interested in the biology of adipose tissue from a number of perspectives, and I had actually communicated with Dr Hirsch in the literature by commenting on some of the work that he had done with regard to add up sites and signals that might come from adipose sites that affect potentially food intake and body weight. This was an area that he was quite interested in and I. I was to based on some of the thinking I had done about it while I was in the training in Boston. And he, and I actually had a communication in the literature on some of the work that he had done, and I went actually to visit his laboratory, and while I was in New York for an entirely different reason. And it was very shortly. After that that I move which is another great example of the types of common threads, we see in great scientists whether they be scientists or physicians I and his which has mentorship right again. Every person I talked to who's done something remarkable in science can point to mentors a mentor or mentors. And obviously for you Jules was probably the most important mentor. I'm guessing that's right. I had very important other mentors in the area of clinical medicine and the one who trained me and indoor chronology individual again of physician, scientists more clinically oriented name. Jack Crawford himself was. Very interested in the role of body fat and its interaction with other physiological systems in the body, most notably onset of puberty, and it was he actually put me in contact with another scientists at Harvard name rose Frisch who also was very interested in why for example, young women who lost weight as a result of anerexia or more commonly in her experience dude of very vigorous physical training for things like distance running or bicycling swimming became a Minarik. In other words, there period stopped and rose was very curious about why this was and whether there was a communication between fat and parts of the brain regulate the Kanada axis, which is the hypothalamus again. And I remember having many conversations with rose about where the signal might becoming from. She thought it actually might be coming from. Adipose tissue at sites in the bone marrow. And it was always encouraging me to study bone marrow. As a source of whatever this signal might be. So what year did you arrive at Rockefeller, nineteen seventy eight at that point in time was the adipose tissue was at a post cell where they it was this regarded as an inert sort of storage depot for fatty acid, or was it considered an endocrine organ, like what was the state of thinking about fat at that time the view of the role of adipose tissue was very strongly in the direction of the sort of former characterization that you made which is that it was a passive depot for fat. In the form of storing free fatty acids as triglycerides, so that they were hydrophobic. So that you could pack a lot of calories into organ or into cell without having a lot of water there. So it's very efficient way of storing energy, actually, as you know to probably around nine calories per gram. And its role as a signaling device or an integration. Organ was really people were thinking about it. But there was no firm evidence in this regard, other than I think the increasing sense that the size of the adipose mass was doing something to the levels of circulating insulin that somehow insulin rises when the fat mass rises the mechanism or the release of the other way around was clear where which direction so at the time, I think the view was pretty much as fat mass increases the concentration of insulin rises to to meet the consequences of so-called, insulin resistance, which occurred not only in adipose tissue. But maybe more importantly in liver and muscle..
"dr hirsch" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered
"I know about jaylo when I see j the wall all over the place. No, I'd issues with like you've seen her in person. No. But I mean, like she's got movies and billboards on TV like I see all the time. I don't follow her personal the third time. I've seen her in person. Really stunning. She seems like it. I mean like, she radiates. Yes. There's the glow. It's actually real. Yeah. The J glow Jake will. But like I said Jay duty line. She could start how come she has omega plan? They go. She has something called the jaylo glow. I think perfect. I mean, she -tunities Shan. Yeah. Yeah. If not do it girl, you can have this for free, right? We're working to pass it. Yeah. So yeah. That's my only issue with her have an issue with you told me some people. Every few issues with people these days into issues really really like generic I love being generic. But sweet. Basic. No, you're not basic. Oh, no. You're you're just what is it? What's the word, your lovely? You'll lovely your lovely. I love to be lovely helpful. I try to avoid conflict. I try to see both sides of an argument. I try to mediate create peace where I can. And if all fails, I just walk away, Switzerland. Well, fight for things that matter to me or to my friends, but will you take a side if I'm gonna fight we take my side. Yes. Because I will know your side like specifically people have come after you in the comments Instagram, and I will say I try to purposely come up with the most like wordy like repair table responses that as opposed to feeding into them being lectured to focus more on what most people do. I one time. I said somebody I post a picture with you all while ago at a pool party. And somebody said, oh, I love and I were at a pool party. Gram grams or flashes house at deejays. Oh party. Yeah. Okay. And I'm calling grandmaster flash. Because his name is DJ free. And I put the picture in somebody's like, oh, I love you will. But no, no. And I was like so my response was hey, I was walking around today. And I found your business. I'll give it back to you. Seek in mind. Somebody somebody was like oh shit. So like, then it became a thing. Remember, Ana she was on the show with Dr Hirsch. Yeah, transitioning, and she's like message me, she's I fucking love your like, super polite, but laxly, but actually more cutting. Yeah. Because like I wanna find the words to make people be like, I don't know how to respond to this. And then I'm like great. So it makes you want to continue to read because it doesn't seem like a clapback seems like you're going to be nice and something bad about me. But really it's clapback a low class like a page Turner. Yeah. It's like a it's a low clap too low fives in a wink. Yeah. Got it. So. Yeah. So we're going to do this often we are going to about once a week because that's what we're aiming for right now. There's no sponsors to satisfy. So if we if during the holidays, take a break, we'll do this time we can tell people. Okay. So you remember people you're gonna tell us when you're gonna be on haggis. Now, you can tweet out and be like Christmas taking the week off. Right. You can do that. Now, we do have a big holiday camp on Friday on Friday. What's happening on Friday? It's my birthday. Oh shit. I mean, big bear Thuc bore. Oh, well, are usually have a giant party for myself. And I make sure that everyone brings me presence. But right now with this climate and the fires and everything I'm thinking, postponing it just because you want to have a joint birthday party with you my birth on Sunday, the twenty fifth, absolutely. Okay. Let me just okay. I'm kidding kidding. But it does have to be about me. Of course, I do it with my girlfriend Trina, and it's about her as we have the same. I'm the sixteen eighteen so we usually do it on the seventeenth because we are two peas in Scorpio pod birthday. And I'll come with this little thing. This is a microphone right here. And we'll just do some little like things. And then we'll recap it later cut to the birthday birthdays are a little bit more rated R than perfect. You can come..
"dr hirsch" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"To answer any questions thanks to everybody for your testimony and we'll go to question sound we'll have five minute rounds for each individual chuck grassley chairs the judiciary committee i'm gonna start when mr widely i think these will be easy questions for you but listen while i lead up to them you joined seal group cambridge analytica group of companies in june of two thousand thirteen in may of two thousand fourteen the group received facebook data from alexander kogan you stopped working for the group in july twenty fourteen in early twenty sixteen facebook contacted the group and yourself and asset facebook data received from mr cogan b deleted in march of twenty seventeen following an internal audit the group certified it had purged all of mr cogan facebook data from its servers the group was retained by the trump campaign in the summer of two thousand sixteen so these three questions that i think will be easy for the answer so seal cambridge had not been retained by the trump campaign during your employment when i worked at cambridge analytic had the trump campaign was not client no to and you did not work for the trump campaign while it seal cambridge i have never worked for the trump campaign and you weren't there when the company made its certification to facebook i was not in the company or engaged at the company when they when they had that dealing with facebook now thank you for that now mr dr hirsch been a lot of media attention around allegations that cambridge analytica help president trump improperly influenced of two thousand sixteen election by utilizing data received from facebook cambridge claims that the facebook data was ineffective was deleted upon request from facebook and was not used in their work for the trump campaign if cambridge so my question if cambridge at captain utilize facebook data what impact do you think the organization like cambridge analytica and strategies which mr widely described quote as military style information warfare in the quote can have on influencing the outcome of an election given the kind of dated received from facebook thanks for the question as i said to myself simoni it is hard to move people it's easier to mobilize or potentially mobilize people in to persuade people but as i said there has been any evidence presented from facebook or cambridge analytica data that probably does exist.
"dr hirsch" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"For you but listen while i lead up to them you joined seal group cambridge analytica group of companies in june of two thousand thirteen in may of two thousand fourteen the group received facebook data from alexander kogan you stopped working for the group in july twenty fourteen in early two thousand sixteen facebook contacted the group and yourself and asset facebook data received from mr cogan b deleted in march of twenty seventeen following an internal audit the group certified it had purged all of mr cogan facebook data from its servers the group was retained by the trump campaign in the summer of twenty sixteen so these three questions that i think will be easy for you to answer so seal cambridge had not been retained by the trump campaign during your employment when i worked at cambridge analytic had the trump campaign was not client no to and you did not work for the trump campaign while it seal cambridge i have never worked for the trump campaign and you weren't there when the company made its certification to facebook i was not in the company or engaged at the company when they when they had that dealing facebook now thank you for that now mr dr hirsch there's been a lot of media attention around allegations that cambridge analytica help president trump improperly influenced of two thousand sixteen election by utilizing data received from facebook cambridge claims that the facebook data was ineffective was deleted upon request from facebook and was not used in their work for the trump campaign if cambridge so my question if cambridge at captain utilize facebook data what impact do you think the organization like cambridge analytica and strategies which mr widely described quote as military style information warfare in the quote can have uninfluenced the outcome of an election given the kind of dated received from baseball takes question as i said to myself simoni it is hard to move people it's easier to mobilize potentially de mobilize people end to persuade people but as i said there's has been any evidence presented from facebook or cambridge analytica data that probably does exist.