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Dr. John DeMartini on The Difference Between Deeply, Meaningful Grace vs. Superficial Gratitude

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

02:13 min | Last month

Dr. John DeMartini on The Difference Between Deeply, Meaningful Grace vs. Superficial Gratitude

"There's a difference between superficial gratitude and deep meaningful gratitude or grace when things really gives us something that does something for lines of supports what our values are. It's easy to say gratitude. Thank you when things challenged. We don't always see how it's going to service so real grace courage when you're able to see that the things that challenge you have a hidden order in in you can see beyond your apparent chaos and she the discover the real meaning by what this happening sudden. We're a bit cocky and slightly criticizes us. It's actually helping us become authentic and so we can actually stop and not. Just be grateful for things that make it easy. You know supportive but actually take on the challenging. We can embrace the support in the challenge. Equally praised reprimand Without reaction and grace. Then we deeply meaningful grace that guides our live authenticity and to contribution and i think that would philanthropic component needs to love beings regardless like the sun shines on the saints in the center the support of the challenger. If we wanna be lighted our life we need to be able to raisin gratitude for both sides and see how we can use it on the way the quarter rely spatially acquire. The questions asked if we ask how is whenever it's happening support challenging house and helping us fulfill what we feel is deeply important meaningful value and what we want to do in this world and i think that's a true gratitude that occurs regardless if the outer circumstances and i try to keep records of both of those the opportunities and the and the challenges. You know the the pros and cons consi both of them with with gratitude. That's the real touched. Absolutely let you sleep at night otherwise. If you're only great for one half when the other half you feel ungrateful and your polarize. Then you have this kind of split instead of the synthesis so being grateful for whatever happens both sides and discovering by asking questions intuited questions. How is this on the way. Not in the white

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Rare Breakthrough COVID Cases Raise Concern

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 3 months ago

Rare Breakthrough COVID Cases Raise Concern

"Sharp uptick in Covid cases in the U. S. For the first time in nearly three months, the United States reported more than 50,000 cases in a day. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr John the Poop on another point of concern breakthrough infection. Dr. Paul Dupre is a vaccine researcher. He says it's crucial for people to get vaccinated. So there's less virus to mutate into a more infectious version, like the Delta variant, which has likely been causing the increased reports of breakthrough cases compared with previous versions of the virus. There's evidence Delta may attach to lung cells more efficiently. And a recent study found the Delta variant produced about 1000 times more virus in the nose than the original strain. It's not just about staying out of hospital and staying out of a coffin. It's about stopping. The likely heard that that virus will change shield in part by the contagious Delta variant. The lion's share of new cases were in a half dozen states. They are Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri and Nevada. How many D C residents who have been fully

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When Should Teenagers Start Using Skincare?

Beauty IQ Uncensored

01:31 min | 3 months ago

When Should Teenagers Start Using Skincare?

"With had a lot of requests for these particular topic which is taint. Skincare and i thought there was no better person to have on then a repeat guest again dr john's from northern sydney dermatology and l. Welcome back to the podcast. Thank you for having me girls. I'm excited about this topic. I'm quite passionate about it. Obviously yeah the last time we spoke to you is about pregnancy skin care so if anyone listening hasn't gone listened to that and he's pregnant oh trying to get pregnant. Wants to know what they can and can't use going. Listen to that absurd very informative but tonight we're talking chains skincare so i wanted to stop with. How young is too young. Should leave waiting until concerns like congestions dot to actually happen before we introduced skincare into a chain retain. Look it's absolutely never too early to start teaching your kids about being healthy and that really extensive cost skin health as well as starting early really lies down the foundation for these to calm. The skin has various concerns depending on age and stage and it needs to be adjusted accordingly. Skin kidneys view justed coordinating obviously with time and obviously some protection copy taught to early. The first best time to use sunscreen was yesterday advising delhi retain should be in place for even from the age of ten win. Hormonal changes start to affect the skin. And of course preventions always easier than trading things. Once they will show up while those big problems months. i show up. it's hot. Fix them then to prevent

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"dr john" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

Texas Titans Podcast

02:07 min | 4 months ago

"dr john" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

"One of these you said there. We often feel anxiety where in our stomach well and most people don't realize that we have more neurotransmitters in our gut than we do up top. So that's that signal so you get to this point where you're you ride the. Tell me obviously to doctorates my gosh. Got crazy anxious. But but you've got to be just a killer researcher so tell me how as you started researching for this topic or maybe that was just the first time you organized it in one format like this. Tell the listener. How what. They should understand about anxiety. Okay the alarm goes off. Now what would i do. So the way i would describe it as this way what we do with things i in our culture is this. Imagine you're in your kitchen in your smoke. Alarms going on and you bring over a therapist you bring over a friend that you troughs or some loud mouth in law and or some pastor some. I don't know we got eighteen associate pastors that every church now You bring somebody over and you guys are up on a ladder trying to figure out how to get the batteries. Shut the alarm. Oh and your house is burning down around you and you think that's the problem right so backing out man. If you just said we should feel anxious right. Now everything's chaotic right. Six months ago we had storm in the capital six months before that we had this politics thing this we had oversee. It is bananas time and on top of that. We don't sleep we. We've had a year where we thought we control the lot until suddenly this tiny little bug nobody can see to shut everything down and these are anxious seasons that we're in and so we should feel anxious. That's okay it's when we go about trying to duct tape pillows to that alarm calling that soul that you end up getting in trouble houses still burning right so getting out of that thing. And saying hey. What does that alarm trying to tell me right now

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Redefining Anxiety with Dr. John Delony

Texas Titans Podcast

02:08 min | 4 months ago

Redefining Anxiety with Dr. John Delony

"One of these you said there. We often feel anxiety where in our stomach well and most people don't realize that we have more neurotransmitters in our gut than we do up top. So that's that signal so you get to this point where you're you ride the. Tell me obviously to doctorates my gosh. Got crazy anxious. But but you've got to be just a killer researcher so tell me how as you started researching for this topic or maybe that was just the first time you organized it in one format like this. Tell the listener. How what. They should understand about anxiety. Okay the alarm goes off. Now what would i do. So the way i would describe it as this way what we do with things i in our culture is this. Imagine you're in your kitchen in your smoke. Alarms going on and you bring over a therapist you bring over a friend that you troughs or some loud mouth in law and or some pastor some. I don't know we got eighteen associate pastors that every church now You bring somebody over and you guys are up on a ladder trying to figure out how to get the batteries. Shut the alarm. Oh and your house is burning down around you and you think that's the problem right so backing out man. If you just said we should feel anxious right. Now everything's chaotic right. Six months ago we had storm in the capital six months before that we had this politics thing this we had oversee. It is bananas time and on top of that. We don't sleep we. We've had a year where we thought we control the lot until suddenly this tiny little bug nobody can see to shut everything down and these are anxious seasons that we're in and so we should feel anxious. That's okay it's when we go about trying to duct tape pillows to that alarm calling that soul that you end up getting in trouble houses still burning right so getting out of that thing. And saying hey. What does that alarm trying to tell me right now

"dr john" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

Texas Titans Podcast

03:40 min | 4 months ago

"dr john" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

"Were judged by the worst things that have ever happened us. The worst thing i've ever done and that we don't we're never in control of anything and we just have to trust. It just became this insane. It and so one day on the radio i was ghost in a show with dave ramsey and popped. Some guy called about zaidi. And i said dude. That's not even the problem. The problem is this other stuff anxiety. Just an alarm and telling you that you're not all right and enduring break. Dave looked said. We're gonna write a book on that dr john this is big time baby. Welcome to the jason right show. I'm so glad you're here. What's up man. Thank you so much for having jason. You're so great. Well this is an honor and okay so like i just mentioned before. We came online. This book that i want to spin. I know that we're limited on time. I could keep you here all day. But i know we've got a short window. This book redefining anxiety is where i wanna land. I want to. But i want you to take us off to kinda get us too because i think so. Much of your personal story led you to this book. That's what i gathered from the book. And just what i know about you and so kind of bring us take us as far back as you want and then lead us up to redefining anxiety and then i want to dig into this thing as you can see. There's tad for the the list of the pages. That book is really sad every page. I told you. It's the first time i ever written in the margins of a book. Power statement. I mean you brought it was so let's go. How did it start. How do we land there. So i'm a. I'm a houston native grew up born and raised in houston. My old man was a swat guy and a homicide. Detective in the mom was The the the family of origin she came from women were not no business going to college job to do and that was didn't take care of the house and that was it so i think it was eighth grade ninth grade for me and my mom took one community college class. And then she took another one there at kingwood community college north houston and then she kept going and kept going and suddenly looked up..

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"dr john" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

05:54 min | 4 months ago

"dr john" Discussed on A New Direction

"And we're back here on a new direction with dr john gray and his book beyond mars and venus. It's absolutely its relationship skills for today's complex world Athlete antastic and you know. It's one of those things when you are with john. Dr john gray that what happens is you get so in namur with listening to him. Talk just kinda just wanna shut up. And just because he's so good he really is. I just. I sometimes catch myself what you have a show to do. You can't sit here at his feet and learn from them. Although i remember this giants big of run minutes. I gotta go. You're good. It's so good. And i love your insights. Because you're so insightful. You know one of the things that you talk about in later on. Is this in chapter ten. Which is entitled. She needs to be heard. He needs to be appreciated. And i wanna go into that a little bit deeper. You've kind of talked about it somewhat in terms of the complaints. But i don't think we understand as guys. I don't think we understand what it really means. When says she wants to be heard. And i don't know that women fully understand.

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"dr john" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

Breaking the Underdog Curse

06:16 min | 4 months ago

"dr john" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

"The green skin and blow out of your clothes and get all matter at will so just in closing you know there might be somebody out there listening. That might feel like they're similar to similar to you. What kind of words of advice would you have. As far as you know people kinda looking inward to seeing if they can maybe a kind of identified their obstacles are and then hopefully help get them over. The longer was in practice on the longer canes wrenching changing because seems be for a long time and get to the point i think for me was was if you're against the This good as it gets or this is just. Maybe i'm not going to be that guy that sees that number can have this bigger breakfast or whatever it might be whatever. Your goals are needs to the point. We think you're nearly your broken araya. Maybe this is just as good as it gets. It's it's you just need help. You just need someone to the right person. The right people to exempt guide you and As i said. I done so much coaching in the best with were pretty much. Everybody in you know you. Just you never know when that breakthrough is going to be but just you need help and you need someone to help you because you know i kept on thinking. I'm figured out by now. Maybe i'm not gonna to. Maybe it kind of got to that point on. I think i might add. Not as she said it out loud. Because i didn't want to admit it but they didn't want to give up by If there's anything. I've got his persistence. And it's it's it's You know if you're if the you know you guys really as way resonated with me on you know if vitality resonates with zone on the field on the right track. But they're still still. You just need to dig in deeper or maybe ask a different question arrest. Reach out This today broken Blue righteous wide open. And you know what i taught. The seating was is nowhere near the ceiling. You know it's Things have just been breaking. Records left right and center so and consistently So it's it's it's the hamrick of came off but if you need if you to do the work and you have to dig deep. But there's there's there's no doubt about that. I think those people that are in practice a long time. And just because i don't think you're ever satisfied or he ever get to a point that you're you know you're done complete there's always something next there's always something extended is just the the the barriers that'd be but over that are holding us back It's just a just keep looking for you know. Who's the person's gonna help you or what's the team is going to change your mindset. It's all it's definitely not it you know But if you keep again keep doing what you what you're currently doing. You're gonna get going to get what you've always done in john. I think you'd said this we see the so much we hear this. All the time is a carpenter's beat themselves up because they go especially if they practice raleigh. Go like can't believe in been in practice. This long am. I haven't got it figured out. And then they can beat themselves up. Did you have those feelings a little bit. Oh you definitely. Yeah and and i. I'd be very hard anyway I think that's just a. That's kinda how i've always been So i that self you know the self-talk. I'm definitely connors myself. No i think that's told can be really kinda debilitating or really you know. I wouldn't talk to anybody. The wet spokesman had sometimes and just being aware of ask and being kind to myself and and yet does take some. Just take some of the pressure off. But i think you know i think we all i think we all can are hard on ourselves. Purely 'cause i i knew deep down i can do better i on. That's what i was. Striving for finding a better was. Because i knew i was setting for the way things were and that didn't sit with me a little but tom. But when you're not getting when you're when you don't know the question to ask that's going to give you the correct answer. It's your stock Terms of managers are programs. Are you guys. it's really gonna help me shine On things that i didn't even know existed are meant aren't my man will thank you so much sharing in again let's We kind of becoming. That's part of the vulnerability talking about some of the challenge your game and and we're super happy to see that you guys are are thriving now so thanks so much for coming on the pleasure. Thank you for all your help This amazing on also have to thank you because you sent us some whiskey. And so i'm on this new Low insulin diet. So i'll have my day so tomorrow will be our our celebration day so i'll be able to try my irish whiskey for the first time tomorrow. Enjoy as much and everyone else. They're out there Hope you a lot out of this Because i think when we start working with people and they get the most results again diving. Tony robbins talks all the time. It's really only about twenty percent is the mechanics and eighty percent of it is mindset and or coming these obstacles so i hope that you got some good stuff out of this podcast matt helps you get to the next level so you can continue to make that shift. Thank you for listening to the podcast. If you've received value from this episode please share this with fellow chiropractor and take some time to rate and review us on itunes or wherever your favorite place is to listen to podcast if you're interested in learning more about our programs and events please visit. Www dot the vitality shift dot com or connect with me on facebook. I would love to hear from him so until next time. Dr don.

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Will We Need COVID-19 Booster Shots?

Jim Bohannon

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Will We Need COVID-19 Booster Shots?

"Are widely available in the U. S. Many folks want to know if boosters will be needed down the road. One Wisconsin medical expert doesn't rule it out. Medical College of Wisconsin President and CEO Dr John Raymond tells Wisconsin's afternoon news that as of right now we don't need boosters We get from the three vaccines better authorized in the U. S is good. It covers all of the variance of concern right now, But things may change if new variants pop up in the future. I do think that it's possible. Well, maybe even likely that we'll be getting annual boosters. But a lot really depends on what we don't know yet, which is how long that immunity is gonna last. Melissa Barkley,

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"dr john" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique

Christy Wright's Business Boutique

03:44 min | 4 months ago

"dr john" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique

"Right to your and you can follow me at john delaney to where we just a lot of relationship mental health stuff all the weird questions. Are you ready for a rapid fire. Questions let's do it. I told you before we even started this episode. That i'm super excited about this with you. Just because you're weird and you will answer things. we're okay. I'm gonna start really super normal. What is your favorite band. The mold metal band. yeah. I love old middle bans. First thing you do in the morning on a normal morning doubted. I have like this meditation matt and i write a gratitude journal and i have matt yeah. It's like an all holden quilt in this little secret. Kobe made in the basement. Visual this is so amazing. It's so weird. Because i'm so against but it starts with like grown man and of course lew sorta mean by you. Okay my next going gonna be a weird thing about you that no one knows but i feel like we've covered that but just give me a new one thing about you. Must people don't know. I love disney. Movie i love. I love melodramatic thematic songs in movies and cry movies a lot. Great okay something about you. That really gets sheila's nerves like what's like like. What do we have a. I can walk through life. Relatively unaware she says. I leave a trail of john just through and she says she can tell what season i'm in. I'm entering into a writing season or speaking season or up on season by. Just she did this the other night. She dislike things are are you okay. Why always ask them great and then she said in our room it looked. It looked like some. I would have probably shown up. Mean like you should pray. Go get some help. Oh my they start stacking things. So i just leave a trail of john everywhere What is a pet peeve that you have other than any number. One pet peeve on planet earth is disrespectful people kind of people who turn humans into issues that make sense deep. I got this leads us into a new episode. Reiji okay well. Let's lighten up a bit question. What makes you feel balanced. Whatever that means to you. What makes you feel balanced. I'm talking about this more. And more. So i love hearing from people. What does that mean to you man. A season of i am laughing heart in it happens seasonally for me that i'll read something in all. Somebody will post on. His grim. Only use of instagram in the world is for funny internet. Memes. you'll scroll and there'll be a season we'll be like funny and for whatever reason there's a season i will like double over. I can't breathe. I said it's everyone. I know i don't think and usually that's when i'm exercising and writing and taking care of my relationships. I'm doing the things that need hole. So that i can swing off the world and find hilarious funny things. Yeah just a lightness. To i love that. Oh my gosh. This is so fun and now. We're gonna go back to our desks upstairs where that's where we actually work in live but thank you for hanging out. It'll be just like this. I know it was awesome Okay john maloney dot com..

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"dr john" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique

Christy Wright's Business Boutique

03:46 min | 4 months ago

"dr john" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique

"Taco friday. Maybe i'm going to have sony baristas. Yes in zoot. And she's like an idiot. We're going to talk. What are you doing. I love tacos. She likes romantic getaways but schwimmer right past each other. And then i get angry. I get frustrated. I've had this whole thing built up. She's y all you want is a and now we're off to the racist and so now we start every day of our lives with that one question every day pitch today look like because it's as simple as hangs got baseball practice today. My son i instantly think cool. She's going to get them there at home and she instantly thinks you're the baseball guy you're going to figure out how to get home from work and then suddenly it's five thirty. I'm racing home. She's frustrated. I'm frustrated and all we could. We can solve all that at seven. Fifteen that busing would you picture. Look like got practice. You can use back end this over the conversations often. Do you can do anything you with. How do you start your day with what our plans for this weekend. We're going to go on vacation. What is this book. Baked kitchen look like to you It's funny and i just got back from vacation. Speaking of Fort lauderdale for our every year we go on like a few day tripper anniversary and so i told him leading up to the trip. Because i've had a very hard six to eight months here and at home. And all the things. I was like an kobe. Lots and lots of family time altogether all of all five of us and so i just i just want to rest like i just want to rest. I've probably said it one hundred times. I couldn't have been more clear so every day when it's literally like eight. Am and he's like an. I'm asleep. 'cause i'm sleep until ten. Am every day. Because i never gets you this whole life and it became this running. I mean have you had enough sleep. That's like. I was very clear very clear that this is a strip of rest for me. But it's amazing. How when you can just communicate what you need or what you expect like. Oh if we expect different things. Let's fix it on the front end. So you use the words. I need rest and he heard she needs rest. Yeah the pool of rest is. We're gonna go hang out. No kids and your picture of rest is actually. Those curtains are drawn. And my guess is if you had said hey asleep penciled ten or eleven every day my picture this you can do whatever you want. Sweet is awesome and vice versa. It's just having that that that. What's this actually. Look like a picture. We're going to go on a trip. We're gonna hang out with inlaws. We're going to retire someday. We're gonna want to get a dream house..

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"dr john" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique

Christy Wright's Business Boutique

03:07 min | 4 months ago

"dr john" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique

"Out with my good friends. Fellow ramsey personality dr john baloney host of the john baloney show which lets go and tell them a little bit about yourself if my show is by disney rated g. Let's talk about friendship and like about delauney show is rated r. slash weird. You get the weirdest questions. I've ever to go through the filter for it. I let my kids scroll through that menu kids call. They deemed me. They sent me a on the instagram's and it said me and my twelve year old were were laughing at something stops like no no not for your twelve year. Old child friendly weird questions weird situations and you handle them so well. I mean you have an incredible background and being able to counsel people advise people and that's why i wanted to bring you back on the show because you've been on the show before the show because the hardest questions so good for my soul to make it difficult. Here's the thing we're talking about today. Here's the thing we're talking about today. That i want to dig into because this is something that i hear about a lot. It affects relationships. You know a lot about relationships and how to have healthy ones with your spouse but anybody for that matter. Coworkers friendships. whatever conflict conflict. Your favorite things. We love language. It's the chris. My first question is why is it..

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Moderna Finds Vaccine Safe and Effective in Kids 12 to 17

Jim Bohannon

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

Moderna Finds Vaccine Safe and Effective in Kids 12 to 17

"World with the Moderna Covert 19 vaccine found to be 100% effective in kids. 12 to 17 years old. One Wisconsin medical expert says This is an important part of the vaccination puzzle. Single person that gets vaccinated gets us closer to a new normal Medical College of Wisconsin president CEO Dr John Raymond says kids 12 to 15 are about 5% of the population. Kids, 12 and under are about 15% really an important group. Right now They're the individuals that are most likely to get infected with covert 19. Dr. Raymond says he's optimistic that both the Fizer and Moderna vaccines will be fully approved by the FDA. By July. MELISSA BAR CLAY

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Lindsay Lohan to Return to Acting

Donna and Steve

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Lindsay Lohan to Return to Acting

"Ready. Lindsay Lohan is making a return to acting guys. The parent trap star has to deal with Netflix for a Christmas romantic comedy or you're gonna check this out. Steve, I know you. I think this is good. I think this is good for her. Yeah, I'm hopeful. In the film, Lindsay Lohan will play the newly and newly engaged but spoiled heiress who gets amnesia after a skiing accident and is taken care of by a lodge owner and hear his daughter, So it's kind of like, what's that? Old movie where the guy falls off the boat stub. Oh, I'm Dr John Know the movie with DeNiro, Kurt Russell and his wife overboard overboard very similar to that type deal. She kind of forgets that she's a millionaire and kind of maybe falls in love with somebody else We shall see right? Sure

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Interview With Yusef Salaam and Ethan Herisse

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

02:17 min | 5 months ago

Interview With Yusef Salaam and Ethan Herisse

"Now if you experienced at all there seems to be consensus around this like i want to say michelle. Obama even wrote about it in her book. What a black students who are in route to a medical degree get strongly encouraged by counselors and advisors to not do it. Have you heard of this phenomenon has happened to you. I have not heard this. And i also i haven't experienced it either. No one's discouraged me on that. I'm wondering if that's before they get to college. Possibly if students are like exploring the possibilities of what to go into when you said that the immediate thought that came to mind was what malcolm x. was discouraged to become as a child when they asked them. Hey what do you want to be and when you think about systemic racism oppression that stuff. A lot of it has nothing to do with physical fighting but has everything to do with what happens mentally to get you to accept whatever definition. They are trying to put upon you. What did he originally wanna be. I don't remember exactly. But i think it might have been a lawyer or something like that knowing it would have been a good lawyer. But it's one of those things where you say you. So damn you know when i went to college after i came home from prison bumped into master teachers. My most impactful teacher was a student of dr john. Henry clarke and i think dr john henry clogged is taught. You know the fact that he was professor maradas hunter college in. He had people under him who were not so talk ahead to go to school to get educated. They're getting their education in addition to what they had under him so with regards to master teachers. What i found was that in educational environments that are breeding ground for success. They have specific things right it. A student to teacher ratio is a balance that you find in a lot of private schools but in public schools. You don't find a lot of people fall through the cracks but with the master teachers. They didn't get the opportunity to look at the child and see the child's gifts that they're exhibiting

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Will the COVID Baby Boom Be a Baby Bust?

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 6 months ago

Will the COVID Baby Boom Be a Baby Bust?

"The baby boom that was expected after the more than yearlong coded lock down has failed to materialize just like they were baby booms nine months after a blizzard many health experts thought there would be a bump in babies born with couple staying home together during the pandemic without that much to do for entertainment but the reverse took place an AP analysis finds the U. S. birth rate in twenty twenty was down four point three percent from the year before and nine months after the lockdown started the drop was between six and ten percent Columbia University professor of family health Dr John Santelli says when there's a crisis he doesn't think people are thinking about reproduction the analysis was based on twenty four states that provided birth statistics I'm Jackie Quinn

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The Effects of Plant Based 'Meat' on Puberty

Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger

01:41 min | 6 months ago

The Effects of Plant Based 'Meat' on Puberty

"Just looking at the nutrition facts in florida regular burger versus beyond me the impossible burger. You wouldn't necessarily be able to predict the health consequences without further studies but we've had plant based meat alternatives for over a century. Wouldn't wanna canna good eaten pro does it is. After all the modern vegetable meat patent filed by dr john harvey kellogg in eighteen denied of course Products such as tofu in tampa existed in asia for centuries but i think of those as separate foods in their own right as opposed to products intentionally designed to mimic the taste and texture of meat with such a rich history hearkening back to the days of past the protein. Ah you'd think there'd be some studies of consumers and indeed there are for example girls who meet may start their periods six months earlier than girls. Who don't is it just. Because they're eating. Lots of protein and fat evidently not because girls who instead are eating meat analogues like veggie burgers veggie dogs or able to delay menstruation by nine months. of course. it's hard to tease out. How much of that is just from avoiding the meat But compared with girls who eat me just a few times a week those wait meet a few times. A day has significantly early age a first menstruation which also may help provide an explanation for why childhood meat consumption is linked to breast cancer later in life since the earlier. You start your period. The higher your lifetime risk

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COVID-19 Variants Wreak Havoc in the US

WBZ Afternoon News

00:37 sec | 6 months ago

COVID-19 Variants Wreak Havoc in the US

"Massachusetts has more cases of the Brazil Corona virus variant than any other state in the country. The CBC reporting 58 cases of the P one variant. Florida has the second most number of cases 55. The majority of cases reportedly are linked to an outbreak on the Cape 50 cases in Barnstable County. Oh, mon experts, meantime, say they're concerned about what is being called a double mutant covert variant. This is a new very that was first detected in India. Now CNN in Northern California has to 13 mutations one which is on the spiky protein of the virus latches onto so that is concerning that's ABC is Dr John Brown,

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Will the State of Emergency in Miami Affect the Rest of the US?

Nightline

03:00 min | 7 months ago

Will the State of Emergency in Miami Affect the Rest of the US?

"More on the state of emergency in miami and how it may impact you earlier this evening i spoke with. Abc news contributor. Dr john brownstein dr brownstein. Thanks for joining us. Thank you so miami. Beach is imposing a apm curfew through the weekend. We've seen alarming crowd sizes as the us make steady progress with vaccinations. Should we be worried about another surge when all those travelers head back home on one and you can understand. People have been locked down for year lead to get out and we're beyond the point of pandemic fatigue on the other hand. We're seeing many parts of this country including miami with high test positivity rates so you have large gatherings with masking and social distancing that can be really necessary in terms of surge that we might see and so this fast reopening. That's a place really lead to increases in cases but most importantly hospitalizations and deaths mean we have about thirty two percent of adults that have at least one victim now but that still leaves a lot of adults and vulnerable populations that could potentially deal with the worst of this This fires and so you know now's the moment not to let our guard down truly. It's being referred to at the highest levels as a fork in the road. Miami as we know has the highest positivity rate of any metro area. And there's a new strain that we learned about this weekend the brazilian variant which was found a new york. One we know about the effectiveness of vaccines against the new variants right. This p. one very actually caused a major surge in brazil and in fact as many health systems many one hundred percent. Icu capacity in the us. We've seen more than a dozen states already identified p one it's highly transmissible and there have been some reports of reinfection now. It may not be concerning some other various but it still concern as we're still trying to roll out this vaccine the data so far shows that these vaccines work well especially where it counts the most in terms of hospitalizations and deaths but it still puts the pressure on to get this vaccine to as many people as possible right now. How dangerous is it to be in the middle of that kind of crowd even if you have been vaccinated and and we know that this fourth vaccine is coming online from astrazeneca. When can we be assured that most of us are safe and when is our duty to start shipping overseas to happen right. So we're in the homestretch. We think that they'll be enough vaccine by may to start really unionizing the entire adult population and so now we have this fourth thaksin which looks to be just as good as the other three now. Likely the supply that will come in may about fifty million. Vaccines probably won't make a big difference to our population because we just had so much of the other three and so that puts a bit of pressure to think about how we get this vaccine to other countries clearly. This pandemic is a global phenomenon of course and so. We have an urgency. Not just to vaccinate americans but the globe if we really want to bring back this economy bring back travel and really bring back a sense of normalcy again.

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EU regulator reviews AstraZeneca shot and blood clot links

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

EU regulator reviews AstraZeneca shot and blood clot links

"Countries temporarily suspending the use of AstraZeneca's vaccine over concerns of blood clots, Despite some experts, saying the Benefits of taking that particular shot away the risks. One Wisconsin doctor says the decision is ultimately about keeping people safe. Medical College of Wisconsin President and CEO Dr John Raymond says most epidemiologists who have looked at the data Express this wedding, including strokes in people who've gotten the vaccine is no higher than you would expect in the population at large, even explains the information that may have alarms. Some of the regulators in the European countries pursue cases were and how Care providers who are under 50, so they might fall in the category of not really being expected to have a clotting problem. Eliza Barclay

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"dr john" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

06:49 min | 8 months ago

"dr john" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

"Back god happily ever after. Oh my god now you now the spring so like. I'm really not worried about whether you killed your wife or not. I just wanna know what the flex was your stripper friend. Is it bad that i'm right there with you on that murder or no murder the cheating thing we need. We need to know we need to know. I think that's just like human a female human female basic instinct. Yeah be this schmoozer. Who's in still. Is it possible is so believing that susan hamilton's threat of divorce was enough to make the doctor snap. Prosecutors developed a theory that the couple had argued that morning after exchanging the cards they developed a theory again that the couple had argued that morning meaning they did not know if our if they had argued or not it is made it up they made it up and that after that argument he killed his. This is what they brought to court. The district attorney west lane later told primetime when he saw that his this incredible woman was looking like she was leaving him. He lost it so what yet. But that's their story they're sticking to it. Oh december two thousand one. Ten months after the valentine's state killing of his wife. Susan dr john. Hamilton is being tried for her murder. Dennis murphy said there were people that thought. This guy was being sandbagged railroaded. A very nice innocent guy was facing a nightmare. West lane said yeah. I mean. I talked to everybody from the restaurant waitress. That would wait on them on saturday mornings and she was just a gasp that we can have charged john hamilton because when she would see them at breakfast together all lovey-dovey so yeah there was just a vast amount of opposition and grand skepticism so even frigging random waitresses. We're saying. I just saw those guys like a week ago and they frigging loved each other. I don't understand how this could happen. I'm here to tell you. I san of fucking narcissist could sure put on her show. I mean you're not wrong. You're not wrong. Tell someone tell me what the hell happened in that house alone. Ooh so the prosecutor said they brought up the valentine's day card. It lit the fuse for violences. What they're they were saying. West lane said. He knew that she was still considering divorce when she was murdered. Something happened in that bathroom. The absolutely triggered him which is when he grabbed the ties and he then surprised her and in his rage did all the rest of the work. He narrowed down to no. I'm not trying this thing or anything quote unquote yada yada yada susan as it turns out should also have left by nine twenty because she was supposed to meet a friend at nine thirty so she was apparently already dead by nine thirty and he was supposed to be back doing his next surgery at nine. Forty i don't know i just i don't i don't think he had enough time. Just didn't so. Apparently when she was discovered she was still undressed from her shower and her hair was still wet. Okay so then. How did they surprise her. Maybe she was been over putting tell on her head. That's that's what i just thought to. So maybe it's still that would have to be the perfect timed surprise. I mean my bathroom. You've seen my bathroom. It's like the second size of a bedroom and i. I only have one mirror but it goes like all the way down the wall. Yeah there's nowhere in there that you you can't if you bum rush someone fast enough. You can go ahead and get that. I hit on the back of their head. Sure yeah yeah. But i mean at that point. Why have been wait until at person's not facing you anymore. Struggle mirrors everywhere. I don't own and here's another thing So a had found a wet rag left in the pool of blood where it looked like somebody had started tempted to try to clean it up and then just like completely abandoned that and was like oh shit. I'm going to be late for surgery now. Dammit can have time for this. Susan blood everywhere. I'm a doctor. Had an unnoticed happen. Better push on her abdomen. This is why don't think he did it though. There's just so many things that a doctor would know that it seems like whoever killed her did not take into consideration. Like sorry as a doctor. You should know. I mean imagine like the tv show house. There's like five million ways to sneakily. Kill someone you know what i mean like. Why why would you just go bludgeon your wife to death in the fucking upstairs bathroom. Yeah it's a little blatant was her. Crt did they list. Did they say what happened. Yeah and i believe it was the blow to the head okay. So the attempted to strangle her with two different neckties that were both left on her and then something was grabbed and hit her knocked her over the head a couple times actually because she was quote unrecognizable. Really rude and end. The murder weapon was never found and they don't even know like they don't even know what what was missing from the house because the doctor was like will. I don't necessarily see anything missing. That could have been used to kill her now granted if he had done it he wouldn't give up his own murder weapon but still we didn't. We didn't talk to dick about this all. We didn't tell you about shit. I mean i'm just really curious whenever it comes back. So why why are you my ex husband and you're worried about whether i'm okay.

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"dr john" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

06:51 min | 8 months ago

"dr john" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

"He had to have known by then that she was gone. I'm just saying he probably stopped because he's been doing it for fucking ten minutes and was like i can't save her detective theresa sterling says. He was acting very upset he was. He was apparently scraping his knuckles on the screen. The mess mesh screen in the police car and banging his head in the screen. That's what was straight from the female detective so by that afternoon. Police had taken him down to the station. They took his clothes off his evidence. Place him in an interview room and he was like there for hours and hours They were like taping him on surveillance when left alone in the room. Hamilton seemed to be checking out his shoulder area. Had he hurt himself if so how and when they found fresh scratches on his hand and arms did that explain. Maybe the business about the scraping his hands. I don't know what's he trying to cover up something earlier injuries. Who knows randy said that would cause suspicion for us to wonder why. He's wanting to scrape his hands up. Still there was the doctor seemingly solid. Alibi i mean he'd had a pretty busy morning at three frigging surgeries and only less than thirty minutes to get well actually to get home and to get back. He had thirty minutes. I mean even if you live in two miles from a hospital but that's still gonna take at least five ten minutes to get there So you got a ten minute drive there drive back and ten minutes there. That's still not a lot of time to do all the things that was done to her. Hell maybe it was fucking hell. Fuck nell into saying snow. Randy scott says. I think the biggest part for us was trying to figure out how he could get their spent time there and get back to do the second surgery as i looked more closely into the doctor's timeline that morning they saw hole so it's not a big hole. They learned that his his nine thirty surgery was pushed to nine forty k. Okay but that only gives him an extra ten minutes so he still has to get home. He still has to get back. He still has to get her blood off of him. Yeah exactly and then like he's and we're talking like the surgery begins at nine. Forty this means he has to take minutes to like ca- gown and cap up. Get scrubbed in get you know like get in there for surgery. I'm just saying like yeah. It's not like you just walked in fucking. Take your jacket off and throw a lab coat on going out no matter what grey's anatomy tells you they don't just jump from room to room willy nilly with other patients. You know no they don't they really don't i mean they have to take time to clean themselves and change their clothes and like take all these fucking precautions and absolutely lombardo. Yes it's a thing that usually takes five to ten minutes alone and that's for a good surgeon who's done that for years and years and years nossa routine some just saying. I think we're pushing it a bit on the timeline for him. I know that he's driving. A jaguar but are highly doubt his one hundred miles per hour yet. Not catholic Jaguars supercharge is pretty fucking sweet. But i don't. I don't really think that you just automatically get in and drive like you're in the hundred. No i gotta. We're fucking busy boarding. I've got surgery murder surgery and then lunch dammit. My mostly gibson trooper. Yeah cheese do just because he might have been seeing stripper doesn't make him a murderer. Okay let's i'm just throwing that out there and just as you're a cheater doesn't make you a fucking exactly it. I'm just saying okay just abortion. Doctor doesn't mean you're murder. I should ask for so i mean i don't know i think we're this is where i hate it. 'cause investigators get tunnel vision. They're just like the husband did it. And they're not going to look at anything else that's just it is what it is. That's what they think. No matter what i don't know let's Hate that so that delay apparently opened up the doctors window of opportunity shit. Yeah and he's back on their radar so late that valentine's day afternoon they just went ahead and arrested john hamilton. Further murderous wife for folks yip. Why look any further. When your job could be this easy. I guess so. He was jailed immediately. He was denied. Any bail. I guess because he just had so much money they thought that he was going to flee the country or some shit and the case landed in hands of west slain. The district attorney. Who would try dr john hamilton for the murder. Dennis murphy says until not valentine day morning there was no anger issues no histories history of this guy. Hit the switch or flipping out and west lane says nothing. Let's put it this way. Nothing that we could really present. I mean there was no domestic violence domestic abuse. I don't know what's going on with the stripper. So i mean everyone that knew. The couple was saying the same thing that it just didn't make any sense for him to have killed her. Anybody that you ask nobody that. I know that new john hamilton with that he had the capability of doing it. Even susan's children were standing by their stepfather..

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"dr john" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

06:44 min | 8 months ago

"dr john" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

"Ass shit mafia. Tonight all comes in isn't nichols hills couldn't left like that of a threat all it's my fancy rich person laugh. I think so gates so apparently this couple was like inseparable and they became even more so after they got married and they stayed inseparable for the next fourteen years on like they did everything together. They are a fricken friends. Susan actually managed. John's abortion clinic. She was there two days a week. And yeah. when want you to break nell susan. I know you managing two days a week. How how are you a mandatory. You're only there two days of that's a real big stretch beyond post very long together as you might guess. The job came with little danger. There were always antiabortion protesters that were like right outside during their thing. Varna. dick horton. Who remember was her ex. Husband sometimes worried for his ex's safety. He knew that she wasn't easily rattled or intimidated. Apparently he said. I don't think there was any question. She wore the pants and if there was another payer she'd go get those two so if anything threats against. The clinic only seemed to bring the hamptons closer together. Steve jamerson john's colleague. He said she was very strongly pro choice and very very outspoken. About it about the right of women. They were kind of a unit in that regards dope. Actually if the asked me relatable fifteen valentine's day together but that when they wednesday morning. John arrived home from the hospital and found a horrific scene. Susan was lying beaten and strangled on their bathroom floor. Her head had been bludgeoned surrounded by a pool of blood. Her face savaged. Almost unrecognizable to neckties added her throat and key frantically calls nine one one. I could be the nine one one operator and you can be john hamilton one. You're you've been nine one one nine nine one one not nice nine one one. I'd be like calm the fuck down. You're not helping anyone squawking about let me put on my nine one one operator voice nine one. What's your emergency please. please sim. Police pleased in an ambulance please. What's the problem. My wife's my wife my wife. I think my wife is dead. Please please sir please please. Are he told the operator trying to sleep muslim. I'm a doctor of drying cpr. Please send somebody quick okay. Is she not breathing. She's not breathing. I don't get a post. Please hurry okay. So you're doing cpr. Yes i'm trying. Yeah i'm going to hang up. So i can continue please all right. We'll be right there. Okay hardly get through that jesus. Christ you're so fricking passionate about that. I i felt. I felt the rage. Get over here. Doing i mean normally. I take lives for a living. I'm trying to say this one. I'm just wait wait wait wait back it up. Maybe that's why he was getting a little like i with you. Blame dr john. I'm just being honest. Oh god fucking face hurts okay. So by the time that emergency workers arrived. It was clear that susan hamilton was stead over the next few hours. Investigators would explore those theories and more as they tried to understand. Just what happened to susan. Hamilton that melamine stay morning worst. Ballantine's ever yep you think oklahoma city investigators theresa sterling and randy scott arrived at the hamilton house. At noon that day they found a disturbing scene. That didn't that didn't suit. Moneyed neighborhood theresa sterling. Says it was. It was a very violent scene. Randy said the ladies lying in floor covered in blood blood all over the floor right away. Detective started asking. Who could be responsible while i would hope that they would start asking and immediately fall or which she attacked by. An owl looks natural to me. I don't know let's write this one on celestine talking around the i did do this during cpr. Yes i am a doctor we do. Cpr for forty five minutes damage to the beat of a rob.

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"dr john" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

06:12 min | 8 months ago

"dr john" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

"Do you remember that movie. The fugitive with Was it Richard gere. That's my stepdad. Richard gere. Oh okay. I believe it if your mom says it i mean you gotta believe it right elvis to anyways. That's funny so when i was doing research on this i got the fugitive vibes so bad. Oh shit i was like okay. Well this thing that we're gonna talk about. Ted day happened in the well. I think it was. Let's look two thousand one. Ish could be making that up to all on it. Two thousand one A male and so. I was like all right. Well maybe the movie was inspired by this because it is just so uncannily the same and then come to find out. The movie came out like ten years before this happened. And you're like what was that. That's that oscar wilde quote how Life imitates art. I think we're onto something on this one because it's so okay. What if you've seen it and you remember let's while we go over this you're gonna be like oh shit. It's very similar so we're going to talk about A doctor from oklahoma city and his wife. His name is dr john hamilton. This was like kind of a big deal in oklahoma city. And it's have you done. Have you read anything about this. No it's pretty fucking fucking. This is how lucky it is. I was doing research on it. And of course like when you do research on it whether there's someone in the room with you or not you're going to yell about it. Usually when d research. I'm like what the fuck. Mike sue eighty seven times so i was doing research on it and my husband was actually sitting next to me playing playstation while i was doing research like every now and then be like what the fuck and he'd go all right okay like after the third one was like you to tell me what's going on and he actually sat there and talked with me about this one at link. I felt like i was recording an episode with him on the couch. So yes if it can engage my husband. You're going to be like what the shit eliot shit. So nineteen eighty s. There's a quote by a. I believe he is a friend of the family west lane. He says it was huge. It had all the appeal of romance novel gone bad. It was the high society. Dr married to the beautiful wife and they were apparently absolutely crazy about one another so that high society doctor was dr john hamilton. Who was an obgyn who in addition to his regular practice he also ran an abortion clinic that in conservative oklahoma Sometimes would it probably would have brought him some men notoriety fucking say so in your uterus. He and his wife. Susan they met in nineteen eighty five at A friend's birthday party. Both of them had recently separated john from his four. First wife and susan from a man named dick horton. We have a quote from dick. Horton he says. I think the best way to describe her is a woman that always wanted to be a mother. She was proud to be a mother. Even though she had a great education her passion was to be a good mother. Susan who was thirty nine and john who is thirty seven. They both had two kids from their prior. Marriages and friends say that they when they met each other. They had like this instant connection. That's insane festa. Hall was a nurse in john's clinic and she says she was beautiful vivacious intelligent. Just a really neat lady. I told some people at the clinic. I wish i had someone that would look at me the way john looks susan. I just felt like they were very happy. Yeah it's like kind of fairy tale a little bit. Oh yeah so two years. After their first date they got married a local country club. And dr steve jameson. Who was a colleague of john's was the best man. He said that he fawned over her. A lot said the doctor and his wife built like this envious lifestyle for themselves. Starting with get this one any giner as a wedding gift a frigging porsche Men menfolk you. He then buys her this big comfortable huge house in a top notch neighborhood. They're always having lavish dinner parties. Oh my god. They live in nichols hill. I knew do they do. I could have bet money i could. He's gonna say nickelsville fuck so Yeah spur of the moment vacations. You know rich people shit hot girl doctor. Shares wife girls share coa boy have an.

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"dr john" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

05:19 min | 8 months ago

"dr john" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

"Prosecutors developed a theory that the couple had argued that morning after exchanging the cards they developed a theory again that the couple had argued that morning meaning they did not know if the if they had argued or not. It just made it up. They made it up and that after that argument he killed his wife. This is what they brought to court. The district attorney west lane later told prime time when he saw that his this incredible woman was looking like she was leaving him. He lost it so what. Yeah but that's her story they're sticking to it. Oh december two thousand one. Ten months after valentine's day killing of his wife. Susan dr john. Hamilton is being tried for her murder. Dennis murphy said there were people that thought. The sky was being sandbagged railroaded. A very nice innocent guy was facing a nightmare. Wesleyan said i mean. I talked to everybody from the restaurant waitress..

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"dr john" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

04:27 min | 8 months ago

"dr john" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

"Lives for a living. I'm trying to save this. i'm we up. Wait wait wait. Wait back it up. Maybe that's why i was a good. I like fucking with you dr john. I'm just being honest. Oh godman fucking face hurts okay. So by the time that emergency workers arrived. It was clear that susan hamilton was dead over the next few hours. Investigators would explore those theories and more as they tried to understand. Just what happened to susan. Hamilton that melamine stay morning worst. Valentine's ever yeah. You think oklahoma. City investigators theresa sterling and randy scott arrived at the hamilton house at noon that day they found a disturbing scene. That didn't that didn't suit a money..

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"dr john" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

04:54 min | 9 months ago

"dr john" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Here to be judged of sorriest that wrong where hits a judge. But we're here to be judged based on how we are as leaders. So was that something. That's an eight are. Is that something that we learned at. My book is gonna tell people how they learn to be. Authentic enable know that they will find that everyone has a bit of that innately. We're talking with professor john to chico about leadership and the moral tenets of leadership. What are they in your estimation and what makes them universal. I guess whether it be judaism christianity muslim. It doesn't really matter what we all have one common denominator of a force out there that somehow someway guides are return being the idea. I don't think you know yes ago. Early days of christianity. We all believe that Well you know if you've got a plenary indulgence. You gave a certain amount of money to your church. You can be dispensed of all your cents. But we all know. That's not true. The said the we create is denying who we are denying. Our inner being denying the fact that in all of us you way defined good You denied finding good and you somehow in the end realize that there is a common good and i think that that common good is something that we have to fight for what we lead. It isn't something that you could just say. Yeah i'm a good person. You have to show what you do every day at this. Pandemic first responders police firefighters medical people that have this skin because all day long. They're treating people who are sick and they ask thought nothing in return. That's authentic leadership. Finally john there are all types of examples of leadership in everyday life. And i'm sure we can learn a whole lot more about how to lead from the people around us. That's my take i'd take. The terror leader's any everywhere but one day emerge is up to them. See what someone walks into a hospital and they know that they have doubled a chance of getting a deadly disease with a firefighter. Goes up opole every single day and then they get into a house. That's flame in flames facing them. And when a police officer goes in and pull someone with the jaws of life and all of these people work together without asking for anything in return those people that do not have a label on them. But what they do is they wear the ardor of humanity. And i think that's what we all have in common. That's the difference between the good and the bad if you look at. The electronics of the universe is only a few positive electrons that overruled the negative ones. At the scientific fact this negative energy is positive energy but as long as few positive ones a merge they speak the whole population. And that's what. I think authenticity is about. It's not a camera. it's not a single act. It's a combination of the global enterprise of people having other be in their world against what while we have is each other. Will your website. John choice to lead dot com. And of course podcast which is found there certainly encouraging and challenging people to not only think about leadership but to put these leadership goals into action. So i congratulate you on keeping up the great work. Thanks for joining us in the podcast. John my pleasure. John thank you. Thanks again to professor john. Chico of curry college in milton massachusetts several books to his credit. A new one coming out this year on authentic leadership to find out more visit his website choice to lead dot com. That's choice to lead dot com. Wanna thank you for listening to thank you. For subscribing and downloading the podcast. We have more and more listeners. Weekly across the globe and don't forget to check out my new website jordan rich dot com. Where you'll find all kinds of connections and links and find out above my new book on air. My fifty year love affair with radio will be back with more interesting conversation next week for you until then be will so you can do take care..

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"dr john" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

07:25 min | 9 months ago

"dr john" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"It's delightful to sit down with you a good friend a wonderful professor and of course a great dad and husband and john were talking about leadership. So i'll start right off. What the effective qualities that make for a good leader while it's amazing jordan. Thank you first of all for all the nice things that you said. I am only as good as those that fuel my thoughts about. What makes a good leader. What i'd like to do is give you a little bit of a preview of what of the about writing going into two thousand twenty one As you already know. I wrote leadership is a choice and co wrote that with a really great individual. We've had on the program. Several types in our podcast can a strong and that i wrote the leadership gene. Like something that is in a in an individual that makes them truly authentic in what they believe they could do to make a small difference. A lodge difference in this world to help others really help themselves. So what does authentic leadership about. Well when i i said down and i interviewed commission across boston. Police department then superintendent gross. We talked about a lot of different things and we did this off. Mike in on bike but what it all amounted to was that we need authentic leadership and before the commissioner became the commissioner. We were actually gonna call right. The spark like i said. He chuckled what me we got too busy. And and we can't do it. But what i can do. Is this book. I can reflect a lot of the ideas of the thoughts a lot of the attribution to what makes to be an authentic leader. And what i also wanted to share with. You was that I am going to divide this book into two parts. Which are nominally. Do this usually elissa pan and a little bit about a model log. whether. I'm co authoring doing this. Why south about some of the principles of leadership. What i'm going to do is going to take of course with the author's permission a lot of the quotes that i got from different leaders that were out there over the years that you have actually participated with in helping me identify with them You know Such as You know people that are coming from disa- polities people that are coming corporate lives and i'm not going to get into the names and so forth right now. The second half of the book is going to be a basically a character role play of all the individual leader styles that i've interviewed over the years and allow these leadership styles to play. Oh with my cowardice and it's about authenticity. That's going to be the main thing which i've said several times. So that's what that's going to be different from some of the other books that i've written so a novel and also a quote from every leader and a bibliography to go along with that and of course less plan so the teaser of the spoke which everyone wants to know okay. They want to see it on the book on. Give it to everyone right now. The teaser is going to be. There have been many theories over the decades of whether leaders have been born a us have been made. You know yourself jordan that we've talked about the several times with people i've interviewed with interviewing with you. It's with my students putting it a dead and the book is going to encapsulate. The reader deciding what they believe is correct leaders born. Our leaders may the true meaning of authentic leadership is going to be uncovered. So the that's the teaser. The orientation is the ability to identify many common denominators of all the years of you that applied to tools and resources needed to be recognized as an accomplished leader. What are we The publisher right now in mind is going to be citrin publishing at the targeted of writing. Completion is right now. As i say it will probably be late summer. Round august. twenty one fall to twenty one as a target date of publication distribution to be announced. That's where we're going. That's a nutshell leased as it certainly interesting and it must be exciting for you to dabble in this field because leadership has highs and lows good and not so good one thing that commissioner gloss really taught me and one question that i asked to your very well aware of this is that terra good leaders and then there are bad leaders. But they're both good. No love you tell you why. They're both good. They're both good because the good leaders give us the path. We need to go to in order to get things done. We know it's right. That's what makes it authentic the bad leaders you learn from the mistakes. They've made mistakes. You've made following down john. Is it more difficult. Do you think in this day and age for someone to become or to strive to be an authentic leader. It's extremely and i think you hit it right on the head when you talk about authenticity and i'm gonna be very blunt about this. People are more concerned. God forbid if they get into a cairo Something dot about what they say what they do they look concerned about. They look on tv. They're more concerned about how they appear at the faces of others at the idea is. We don't need validation to be leaders. We need authenticity and these are some of the things that i'm going to put in by book. We need to not be mesmerized by the camera. The camera is very important. We could go around the world. At a battery of seconds we could transmit billions of dollars and a matter of seconds but what we can do is show the world that a diverse of adversity. We're not.

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Miami Heat to use coronavirus-detecting dogs when welcoming fans back to arena

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:35 sec | 9 months ago

Miami Heat to use coronavirus-detecting dogs when welcoming fans back to arena

"Time in nearly a year, the Miami Heat hosting about 1500 fans at tonight's game against the Clippers, an effort to keep the Corona virus out of the arena. They're asking ticket holders to be screened by one of four cova detecting dogs. Adding innovative tools like dogs. Sniffing, of course, is really exciting, but it shouldn't give this false sense of security. Epidemiologist, Dr John Brownstein stresses testing should remain the gold standard. The team will offer rapid testing to those who don't want to be sniffed, but it could take up to 45 minutes to get the results and towards open just a half hour before tip off. Coming

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Wisconsin Announces 65 and older Adults Eligible for COVID-19 Vaccine

The Designer Yard Show with Bret Achtenhagen

01:25 min | 9 months ago

Wisconsin Announces 65 and older Adults Eligible for COVID-19 Vaccine

"Be eligible for the vaccine. Starting January. 25th. There are about 700,000 people who are in this category. That means there were at least 65 years of age and live in the state of Wisconsin. When Dr John Raymond, president and CEO of the Medical College of Wisconsin joined Wisconsin's afternoon news this past week, WTMJ news director Eric Bill Stead wondered how long it's going to take to inoculate that many people. Let's take a look back. This is gonna be A little bit of a slow rollout, right? We can't imagine everyone's going to be able to go get this shot next week if they want one. Yeah, thanks, Eric it and you're right. It is exciting that we're going to be able to move on to face one B of the vaccine distribution here in Wisconsin. But again, there are many logistical challenges to ramping up. Especially because much of our vaccine is the Fizer vaccine, which requires ultra cold chain storage, so it'll be difficult to move that from the 16 hubs, Wisconsin, DHS has set up to have those storage capacities out into the public. Like so I asked everyone to be patient. But I do know that our health systems here in southeastern Wisconsin, all are rolling out ramp up plans that involve distribution through their network of clinics, and we should hear more about that. In the upcoming few days, Dr Raymond we've heard of incidents around the country where vaccinations of

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Gov. Cuomo confirms highly contagious COVID-19 strain found in New York State

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

00:29 sec | 10 months ago

Gov. Cuomo confirms highly contagious COVID-19 strain found in New York State

"First confirmed case of the more contagious covid. Nineteen uk strain is being confirmed in new york state. Nbc news medical correspondent. Dr john torres said the case was confirmed in a man who works in a jewelry store in saratoga county so even though it seems to spread faster. Luckily it doesn't seem any more dangerous. And that's the important part. Governor cuomo said anyone who had contact with n fox jewelers between december eighteenth and twenty fourth should be tested

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Texas Gov. Abbott urges speedy vaccinations, says doses 'sitting on hospital shelves'

Charlie Parker

00:24 sec | 10 months ago

Texas Gov. Abbott urges speedy vaccinations, says doses 'sitting on hospital shelves'

"Abbott says Too many of the 600,000 doses of Corona virus vaccines delivered to Texas health care providers may be gathering dust on hospital shelves. Dr John Heller said. Head of the Texas Department of State Health Services, said no doses should be held in reserve. He ordered providers to start vaccinating people over the age of 65 those of medical conditions that make them more vulnerable to a severe case of the virus.

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Helping Kids (And Parents) Cope During COVID-19

Parenting: Difficult Conversations

05:18 min | 11 months ago

Helping Kids (And Parents) Cope During COVID-19

"For the kids in our lives and i'm talking children and teenagers. The last eight months have been many things. Maybe it was fun at first. I know it was for my kids. When the possibility of school closing felt more like a snow day or maybe five snow days. Yeah but the novelty is way gone now and it's been replaced for many people with frustration sadness apathy eight even depression anxiety in kids wondering will i get sick will someone i know or love. Get sick so we are going to start with a little bit of good news. That should help. Ease some of that worry the next couple of minutes through takeaway number one. We're actually inviting you to listen alongside your kids. Yes so go get your kids. Put us on pause all right so hopefully. Now you're back with your kids. Hello kids ankori manja. Thank you for joining us. We're going to try to make this fun. So i called up one of the most respected medical experts in the country when it comes to things like the corona virus and i asked him to talk directly to you. My name is john. I'm a doctor. And i'm a public health a right. This is actually harder than what's a good way to describe me. Well one way to describe him is. He's dean of the school of public health brown university. And for you kids out there. What you need to know about that is he. Basically studies not one patient at a time. But how we all as a community and as a broad community a country how we get sick in patterns and how we can take care of our. Dr jaw says one of the biggest things that we've learned about the coronavirus kids is a kids generally. Don't get very sick from this virus so for most kids. Dr joe says corona virus is almost like a cold but this is still really important. Kids need to make sure that they do not spread it to other people and that's where the science has changed a little bit so you probably remember early on when everybody was like. Wash your hands. Wash your hands sing the birthday song twice. Don't touch your face. don't touch anything. Well that's not necessarily wrong. Dr john says but we don't think that it spreads so much from surfaces though. We do still think it's important to wash your hands. The most important thing is really about making sure you wear a mask and keep some outages from other people and that gets us right to take away number one pretty basic but apparently some people still need reminders. Share mask so when you talk when you breathe when you cough basically the air that comes out of your mouth can have the virus in it so we tried to come up with a metaphor comparison. It's really gonna help you. Kids understand why. It's so important to wear a mask and what we came up with. Dr john is your mouth works. Kind of like a can of bug spray so when you push the button on the top and droplets come out. Well works the same way when you open your mouth and you talk were saying or you cough droplets that come out of your mouth. Might have covert in. Even if you don't feel sick right now so now imagine what happens if you put a mask over that kangbuk spray sort of a funny idea putting a mask on bug spray but if you did the amount of bug spray somebody else would get is very very tiny so you can think of it this way. We wear masks to protect ourselves but also to protect others and that is really cool because you know who else was a mask to protect other people. I know you're doing a great job. Being superheroes and i just want you to continue to do it. That is a friend of the show. Rosemary truly oh. She works at sesame workshop. She is one of the very smart people behind sesame street and this superhero image rosemary. Says is a great opportunity to help our kids feel powerful. Edifying when you know. Everybody feels kind of powerless. So she wants all of you out there to know you are playing such an important role in keeping others around you. Healthy except for batman. Somebody really needs to tell batman that his mask is upside down. Yeah he should probably call somebody about that now. If you're a little bit older it might not be a bad idea to take this a step further. How are we going to be up sanders and make sure that everyone in your friend group is staying safe. you know. Maybe you're hanging out with friends and the park. Maybe somebody's mask slips down. You could try saying something like maybe like. I need to get my grandma safe. So do you mind taking a step back on your mask. All the way i want us all to be safe and be able to keep playing together can kind of try it out because people feel shy about this. Even grownups feel shy about it. Honestly i it's good to practice all right so the kids part of this podcast is over now so i just wanted to say to all of you out there. Thank you for. Listening was super fun. Yes and thanks so much for keeping everybody safe. I just want to reassure all of you. What your mom and dad or your aunt or uncle or grandparents have been telling you. This is going to end all right. Just keep

"dr john" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

Cross Examined Official Podcast

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"dr john" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

"My guest is Dr John Lennox from Oxford University author of many wonderful books, and by the way on a lot of video on his youtube channel or his website John Lennox Dot Org. He's also been on. Video recently with Justin Brierley's unbelievable. Some of that video you can see on our website. Our facebook page cross examined Dot Org, and if you do a search on Youtube for Dr John Lennox you'll find many wonderful presentations that he's done debates, he said with people like Christopher Hitchens and Richard Dawkins and Lawrence, Krauss and many others today. We're talking about a I artificial intelligence. And his new book twenty, eighty four, and by the way John I thought I heard. You say that it was actually a debate opponent Peter Atkins that gave you that title. Is that true? It is absolutely true that we were going to debate on opposite sides of the God question. We discussed what we were writing. When I told him what I was writing, he said I've got a great title for you. I have used it the knowledge of the book. Yes. Yes, it's a great title twenty four, for those of you that have no about nineteen eighty-four, which is about where we are in America anyway here maybe the K. as well. We're big. Government is everywhere in fact John a part of a I is government or just their surveillance state, which you write in the Book Twenty Eighty Four. That's already happening in China, isn't it? Well! It's happening everywhere. The whole question here is the AI. Systems are facial recognition technologies, and you can say a plus side to those police could recognize terrorists or criminals in a crowd, and so on, but the problem is that they're make these surveillance technologies, which are neither coming very advanced can be used to control an entire population, and it would appear that that's happening and sing young and China among the the weaker. and. They are being monitored to such an extent it's it's practically unbelievable and as a result if you step out of line. Deviate from the norms that are set by the state. You Find Yourself in a reeducation camp. And losing your culture, maybe even your language as well and there was a chilling Article Time magazine about this that I refer to the book. And the Chinese writers said at the end that the West needs to look because all the technologies that are being used and China are available in the West. The only difference is they haven't yet. All been brought under the control of a totalitarian central government, but they're all there, and it was very interesting to me that the very next day after reading this I, heard a senior police officer in our country. Saying that's exactly what we need. So this creates vast ethical problems. There are similar surveillance problems which may not always be video although they may who knows? Arising from our smartphones, because they are trackers, and here we are millions of us, if not billions wearing these things voluntarily and giving a vast amount of information, which becomes they I database, and you will know this. If you buy a book on Amazon few days later, you may get a pup saying people that that book will buy this book. But what we don't realize is that there's out what? Ju- ball. WHO's an expert from mit called surveillance capitalism? All the extra information that these things are harvesting. They may be listening to what you say the May. Even be watching you all your purchases, your habits, the people you meet, and so on this information is being sold on without your permission. This is a very serious infringement of individual rights and privacy and so. Even the narrow AI systems. If I put I'm talking at the moment that work that actually worked nive. They're not futuristic. They're working. Even though it was the book nine, thousand, nine, hundred and four, the predicted them big brother is watching you and we need to think about the ethics and frank the problem is that technology. Expands and develops far more rapidly than ethical considerations Do, and that's why a number of people serious people are worried by the direction of this is taking. Even some atheists are worried about it as certainly alerts, the ethical considerations are not confined to any group. Although you do write in the book that there are many atheists behind. What are their goals John? I hear I, read you talking about. Some of them think they can abolished debt. That debt is just a technical problem. That's one of the things what are some other goals that they want to accomplish. Turning to the artificial general intelligence. What's called the Trans Humanist Program. And the big name and writing about this is not a technology person a toll. He's a historian. Yuval Harambee from Israel and he's written two bestselling books. sapiens Homo deals and sappy ends is essentially a by the past. And Homo Deos its name means the God man or the man who is God is talking about they trans humanist project. What is project well as you say firstly? Harari believes death is not simply a technical problem, and we get very soon of technical solution. which will mean that allow, you can die. You won't have to die, so that's the first thing. The second what he calls Agenda Item for the twenty first century, is to enhance human happiness by bio-genetic engineering by drugs by implants and moving up towards making God's out of human spelt with a small G.. He says we passed the animal stage. Now we got minds, and we can take the future into our hands, and that could involve of course germline engineering where a group of scientists would alter the basic genetic program of all generations to come, and that concerns me greatly C.. S. Lewis sort in the nineteen forties, the danger of that and he made the chilling point that I've ever that happened what? The beings that will exist not be human. They will be artifacts created by a bunch of scientists. There for he says that the final triumph of science will be the abolition of man, and that's where I think it's very important that the Christian voices heard as to what humans really are made in the image of Gulbuddin John Date as atheists and many of them are atheists as you mentioned, although not all of them..

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"dr john" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

Cross Examined Official Podcast

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"dr john" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

"Does truth exist because you have faith. Does that make this book? Does God exist so when someone says? There is no true if you apply the claim to itself what you say. Is that true. They, don't think Christianity Group. There talked out of it. You know why. Because they've never been talked into it. Cross examining skeptical and. View! Welcome to cross exempt with Dr Frank Turek. So many demon that is how Tesla CEO Elon Musk refer to artificial intelligence. Is he right about that well artificial intelligence since he is here and Moore's coming in fact. A? Tesla actually has artificial intelligence on it, but we'll artificial intelligence bring us utopia or dystopia. Should we be enthralled, or should we be afraid? What is artificial intelligence? How is it being used? And how will it be used if it continues with these machines ever become conscious we. We see it in the movies. Is that possible? Well our friend, the Great Dr John Lennox from Oxford University who's been on this program many times before one of our favorite guests has written a provocative new book on artificial intelligence and check out the title the title is. Eighty four. What does that make you think of Yeah Nineteen eighty-four well. This book is called Twenty Four. It's just off. The presses and John is my guest for the entire program today most you know who John Lennox is, he's debated Richard Dawkins. Several wonderful books including. Including Gunning for God and seven days at divide the world among many others in this new book is called Twenty Eighty. Four a John is coming to us from Oxford England still in lockdown, John. How are you today? I'm very well. Thank you, but as you say, we're still a Nocturne, how are you? I'm doing wonderful and yesterday I saw you on a livestream that we broadcast with. With Justin Brierley of unbelievable. That was a wonderful program. We talk a little bit about you took. A number of questions that broadcast is still on our facebook page and John. You've been doing a lot of interviews lately. How many have you done in the past few months? Over one hundred. Amazing..

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