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"dr joseph" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

05:03 min | 2 months ago

"dr joseph" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Tree. We have to go for one more break. We go for one more break. Everyone stay tuned. More coming up with dr joseph makala. You are listening to one life. Radio advertise on one life. Radio send us an email info at one life. Radio dot com. It's back to school time. And that means that you need to boost your immune defences with organic by the immune support bundle is a double pack protection for your heart working immune system. It's a holistic approach to wellness combining daily support with extra defenses when you need them most all organic vitamin cs zinc and adapted genyk superfoods. Give a nate immunity a helping hand for a limited time your immune support bundle will include an extra bats of immunity a forty dollar value at no charge. That way you and your family can feel safer get yours by going. To organic by dot com. That's board dot com a decade of educating learning. You're listening to one life radio. Welcome back to one life. Radio this is bernadette with junior in the mix and dr joseph marquardt makola..

"dr joseph" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"dr joseph" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

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"dr joseph" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

02:58 min | 2 months ago

"dr joseph" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Foolish not to optimize your vitamin d levels and if he gets sick vitamin c. doctor. I'm sure we'll go and great teacher. Tamar vitamin c. And i've done interviews with them on this And i've done videos. It's not on my site because there's nothing on my side anymore. It's embiid shoot. You can find these videos on shoot with instructions so for the more powerful interventions and there's a lot of other ones you know acutely if you're sick there's a love nutrients like horsa tin which is a bioflavonoids and used as a zinc guyana. For in other words it drives into the cell where it works to stop an enzyme. That's responsible for causing co two and other viruses to reproduce. It's replicates note in impairs that so if you just take zinc by self attends not to go into the south and things like also iraqi which is a drug and much more in favor of supplements and drugs are easier to get their safer less expensive and they work just as well in many cases as one of the meccas action of ivermectin. i know wait ever makes. It's not i drexel. So i remember diesel too but and it's you know it's it's certainly has a lot less expensive disappear three thousand bucks a does and and You know I I remember it's about two dollars. Does and it works a lot. Safer them disappear which causes a lot of complications inside of i would never recommend that to anyone. Wow this information is just amazing. It is and it's so great to have you on the show. I'm looking that you wrote a book in two thousand eight dark deception. Discover the truth about the benefits of sunlight exposure. Is it still in publication. Can we still get it sure. Yeah yeah yeah yeah okay. Maybe on amazon. Jerry's the first one. We started with sweet deception which was an expose on splendor which was coming out and johnson. Johnson wrote me a twenty page letter from a new york for threatening to sue the heck out of me by ever thought to bring that to publication down with the research and we publish it and he never did anything because it was all true. There's nothing they could do. My god. They liked to threaten valley and by the way is one of the people. Make the cova jazz. Are out there well. Yeah there's there's a lot of that going on. I remember In a. I can't remember the name of the book but featured in the beginning of it there was a actual replication of the letter that was sent to dr andrew. Wile who. I'm sure you know as well Cease-and-desist letter from the fda for making claims about a strenuous being a good to fight the flu and it's not like any claims even though they're true. Yeah yeah they they. They've implemented these rules. That essentially protect the drug companies competition. Yeah oh absolutely well. You know what i'm looking at the clock. We have to go for another quick break. Everyone stay tuned..

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"dr joseph" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

04:42 min | 2 months ago

"dr joseph" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Perhaps by the book the truth about covert nineteen to really to educate yourself about what's really going on in the world right now so dr makola. Let me ask you this. How dangerous is cove in nineteen to world health in your opinion. Well the actual virus isn't that dangerous at all. This is less than point. Five percents anyone's going to die from it and if you're younger it's much far less than that. So but the the danger of the Circumstances surrounding the implementation and the propaganda is quite a threat quite a threat to mankind. You know we may. Because the at the crux this is most likely a depopulation agenda which may be targeting You know we are at seven to eight billion people now down to half a billion. So that's why it's a fifteen fold reduction so wow The population so i think it is a threat overall. And you're seeing it. i mean it was. The crux of it of course is removing a personal freedoms and liberty. Were season australia. Italy's already mandated Mandatory vaccination or covert injection for anyone who has a job and if you don't comply you're fired which is probably heading pretty quickly in the. Us is fifty percent of the companies are requiring that so we will probably my guess is to one hundred percent and not too distant future. There's gonna be a lot of hardship. There's only i believe somewhere about eighty million maybe up two hundred but it's clearly decreasing almost every day these mandatory Requirements come into play and people are forced into getting these at least perceived it before so one of the biggest cautions is is recognized that this is a threat. There are many positions of vladimir salenko. Being one of the ones i can think of their call. This a kill shot so this is not something you want to inject in your body or anyone you know love so you wanna make sure that you endure the hardships. Whatever it takes and do not get this gab. And if you've already gotten one certainly never get a booster to f fda fight. The visor and madonna boats admitted petitions to the fda this morning to authorize the jab for five to eleven year old..

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"dr joseph" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

02:16 min | 2 months ago

"dr joseph" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"We'll be right back. More coming up with dr joseph makola. You're listening to one life. Radio advertise on one life. Radio send us an email info at one life. Radio dot com. Hey everyone. I've got some fabulous news. Castor in politics a brand that i've used for years has joined us as our official sponsor of one life radio. Casteran politics is the maker of america's number one organic pet food there. Organics line of recipes is the only complete line of usda organically certified pet food and their pristine recipes are made with responsibly. Sourced ingredients such as wild caught. Salmon and grass-fed beef casteran. Politics is the most comprehensive portfolio of purposeful petfood setting a new standard in pet nutrition shop in order online at castor politics. Pet dot com. That's caster pollock's pet dot com or find it at whole foods natural grocers sprouts or central market celebrating ten years on the air. Thank you for listening to one life. Radio welcome back to one life. Radio this is bernadette with junior in the mix and dr joseph mcculloch we are broadcasting live from dallas texas on iheartmedia as well as t. in southern california on. Abc news talk. We're talking about.

"dr joseph" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

05:11 min | 2 months ago

"dr joseph" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Vaccinated which means two weeks after your last shot if it's a two up to shot schedule. Another words. most of the deaths from the from the cova jab result in the first two weeks so they are limited like eighty percent of the death by changing the definition so that person who dies truly from the covert injection is classified as a non vaccinated. Death made is perverting the whole truth. It is a classic or really doublespeak. Right isn't last up his down black his wife. Wow changed everything you've gotten away with it yet. No and they. Yeah and that's the surprising part. How easily this has happened. All over the world. Not just here in america about in the uk and australia all over the world It's it's really quite scary. It really is and and what's really scary. Is the reset which we're going to talk about the great reset I i did not fully understand all of it until i read your book You know the truth about covert nineteen exposing the great reset lockdowns vaccine passports and the new normal. It's a fantastic book by the way if you're just now getting in your car and listening to us. I'm on the air with dr joseph mcculloch and we are exercising our freedom of.

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"dr joseph" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

05:28 min | 2 months ago

"dr joseph" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Dr makola welcome to one life radio. Thanks you for having me bernadette. Oh my gosh yes. I'm very excited in one of the things i'm most excited about. Dr cola is that you and i are exercising our freedom of speech and as you write in your book about the first amendment of the constitution. That james madison. Our fourth president argued that all of our other liberties depend on this right and any government that can hide. it's mischief has has licensed to commit atrocities. I love that. You wrote that in your book. Thank you yeah well. Let's get started. Because i don't wanna waste a second i want i. I want to talk about all of this. I do so as a board certified physician. How and why did you become interested in natural health before answer. That just added one. More point to the bulletin. You you read It's pertinent to the discussion in that. I've been many have been identified as the primary spreader of misinformation about cove. Nineteen buy almost all major media including cnn new york times and washington post and it was blasted all over the last few months and in this age of orwellian doublespeak. That means that everything is the opposite of what they say. So that means. I'm the biggest spreader of truth. According to the media which probably daughter and badger i've ever received. I love that. I'm really grateful for that. Expect to the first question I actually became interested in natural health in nineteen sixty eight fifty. Three years ago fought long before i entered medical school and the same time had a real passion for technology. That's my my first computer programming class and So they've been going hand in hand literally in the mid to late nineties. I merged those passions and started the website and was really An early adopter of of the web spreading information about technology about natural health. So that's why we've been the most visited national health for the last seventeen years. I was out there. I started the site before google did. Actually wow that's huge. That's really huge. And yes you're right the so many So many people are after you right now. They really are as you said the new york times. Cnn all of mainstream media wants to demonize you for simply wanting to talk about this. Let's talk about what's really going on. And so what were you. What were your initial thoughts doctor mccalla when you first heard about the sars covy to later referred to as cove in nineteen. But i'm no stranger to this process. I wrote a book in two thousand and seven fourteen years ago about. I think it was my eight. The bird flu hoax. Yeah yeah. Bush claimed that two million americans would die and none of dying so this has been their strategy for the longest time..

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Florida makes quarantine optional for exposed students

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Florida makes quarantine optional for exposed students

"A day after taking the job Florida's newly appointed Surgeon General signed new coronavirus rules governor Ron DeSantis appointed Dr Joseph let down below he says the new rules allow parents to decide whether their children should quarantine or stay in school after being exposed to someone who has tested positive for intervening healthy students is incredibly damaging for their educational advancement it's also incredibly disruptive for families with CDC recommends a student should quarantine for fourteen days if they are unvaccinated it can be shortened to seven days by testing negative in Florida we are going to be following a symptoms based approach if somebody is symptomatic of course they stay home on changed our rules allowing schools in Florida to adopt mask mandates as long as students can opt out I'm a Donahue

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Fauci's Agency and University of Pittsburgh Have Been Conducting Disturbing Fetal Research

Mark Levin

01:27 min | 4 months ago

Fauci's Agency and University of Pittsburgh Have Been Conducting Disturbing Fetal Research

"We We learn about The Third Reich, Hitler's Nazi Germany. We learned about Dr Joseph Mingolla. We learned about the concentration camps. And all my life. All my life. I've heard the words never again. Never again. But Unfortunately, Human nature. Being what it is. Never again It's just words. Never again is just words. Because we do have it again. We do have it again. I first heard about the, uh, vouches government agency. Doing the horrific experiments with taking the scalps of the, uh, the babies in and grafting them onto the backs of rats because Tucker Carlson over on Fox Interview. David delayed The pro life. Researcher who found out about it, and I'm like, Oh, That's that's just horrifying. And here it was mentioned in the Washington Free Beacon article yesterday. Never, you know. Why don't we make never again means something? Why don't we make never again means something?

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"dr joseph" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

03:59 min | 6 months ago

"dr joseph" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

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"dr joseph" Discussed on CXMH

CXMH

05:43 min | 7 months ago

"dr joseph" Discussed on CXMH

"Is there anything specific that you had mentioned around the role of churches or spiritual communities in. Fostering moral repair. You absolutely so. I i think for for for many people particularly you know folks you know. For whom faith or spirituality is important right that it's it's important as as possible resource for healing. It's also a poor important enough to struggle. With right into hold onto your. I think the church's faith communities you know are are are really going to be a primary place. Where moral repair happens you know for for right. So yeah so. I think communities like they i mean they need to cultivate a culture that will allow on people experiencing a moral injury. You know to continue to stay connected and to participate right. So we mentioned before you're making sure that there is an acknowledgement of the reality of suffering and that there are not can easy answers. You know that are given ride ahead. A my family has has. We have spent a fair amount of time in between a couple of different traditions. One of which is on anglicanism and i once had an anglican priest who made the comment to me that his his ministry strictly aimed to to help people prepare for death and suffering Right so even when you're working with children or teens people in life is going well like you're always trying to help people you know to route down into deep relationships connections with other people that you're you're helping people you know to to really understand the core truce and ideas of their tradition. You're helping people to develop Spiritual daily spiritual practices right and the even in the face of all of these resources. There are certain events that are really gonna shake and rock world right. Doesn't mean that this is like a Panacea to to protect people from suffering but it will help prepare people to suffer. Well ride numb in i. I do think it's important for infor- churches in faith communities to say embrace. A trauma informed care model but to draw on certain principles of trauma. Informed care you know so. For example i i think that transparency in leadership you know on the Is really really key right that. There's you know the the for many traditions. There's going to be an inherent in authority structure and that that's okay but you can still have transparency in leadership. You can have clear clear communication in right now that i think that the these are the types of principles that will allow churches to cultivate communities where people with moral injury can really stay connected. And he'll i think..

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"dr joseph" Discussed on CXMH

CXMH

02:45 min | 7 months ago

"dr joseph" Discussed on CXMH

"That sad like i think i think we're learning from the pandemic that moral distress it's everpresent part of life hanging up ones. Every time i turn on the news. Like i am confronted with children starving in a third world country even though we have enough food to feed everyone in the world and the list goes on and on and on right your loved ones you know being able to differentiate a bit between what a moral injury might be and what is what is moral distress and if you see you see a loved one engaging in severe social isolation where they're breaking ties with with with all people where you know they're they're they're seeming to kind of sabotage fulfillment in meaning in life abusing alcohol or drugs. Possible kind of thoughts or behaviors. You know Of self harm. You know where they're they're they're hurting themselves. you know. These would be warning signs that connecting somebody with unprofessional resources in once community could be really really helpful and that right and then in the absence of these really severe warning signs just recognizing the important role that that loved ones can play in transforming kind of moral distress into possible amends making transformation i think especially that focus that you had unlike the resource says and perhaps you and be obviously being available in being Walking alongside this individual it certainly circles back to what you were talking about around the emphasis on community and you know steering away from isolation and separation from community and loved ones and you know as loved ones can continue to to walk alongside connect their loved one. Who struggling with resources. They need more. I think that makes perfect sense. And it's within you know our our ability you know especially as loved ones for those who are not trained mental health care providers or You know it's it's good to have those resources of the folks who are trained and can help walk alongside and help heal from this absolutely well. I m curious to so we have talked a lot about the role. The importance of community is..

"dr joseph" Discussed on CXMH

CXMH

02:28 min | 7 months ago

"dr joseph" Discussed on CXMH

"That often times it can be difficult to really make meaning and come to terms with with the moral injury so that that makes sense especially with that black and white thinking you know for those who have not maybe had as much exposure or experience with the gray and leaning into some of that messiness. It may be really hard when a jarring i would think then be pushed into that place of experiencing a moral injury in being like i have never had to think about being in this in between space this gray space and wrestle with all of the religious layers that are tied in with an what my higher power things in what my faith community is gonna think what my loved ones all of that i can totally see how that would be really difficult for those who have more of that black and white thinking absolute. Well what so. We certainly know. This has been helpful. Kind of thinking about the role of religion and spirituality. But i would be curious how it for those who are listening who maybe a mental health care provider. War are in some form of ministry field of some kind. How could these individuals help someone who is struggling with moral injury or who has been morally injured. Yeah that's a. that's a wonderful question. I would encourage people to check out our book on the big thing that we do. Focus on our book is. I think it's important. In highlight mental health professionals like myself and Ministry professionals they can serve kind of many of the shared a healing kind functions in people's lives but they also can play very very different roles. So i think you whether we're talking about mental health professionals or ministry professionals. I think people who are experiencing moral injury like they. They need people. You're in their lives. You know who can be you know just a compassionate faithful presence for them. You know who can provide a relationship where there's their safety and trust where in gradually you know kind of overtime..

"dr joseph" Discussed on CXMH

CXMH

05:57 min | 7 months ago

"dr joseph" Discussed on CXMH

"Many other fields before we talk about other populations i think it is important to highlight that there are some unique aspects of military service right so if you find yourself serving in in a war zone environment there's a greater probability that perpetration based moral injuries. We're going to occur okay But in thinking about like how the concept moral injury might apply to civilian traumas. Think we're finding with first responders for example that moral injury could be a really helpful framework In our veterans recovery resources clinic. We're working with a lot of first responders people who serve paramedics fire and rescue workers. A law enforcement generally what we're finding in these situations. Is that the the events that hot people the most are not necessarily about things that they did or other people did the things that they weren't able to do so what we would refer to events omission right that encountering terrible suffering disorder and not being able to fully restore justice or healing restoration in all circumstances. So i think you know first responders. I think we're also learning from the the covid. Pandemic that has a professionals are often put in highly precarious moral situations where they sometimes are not feeling deeply supported by their institutions or organizations as i think healthcare professionals is another another population where the concept seems to be really helpful people working in corrections prison settings are beginning to you know to find use of the concept as well but really anytime you know there's an interpersonal trauma. One person traumatizes another person. There is an inevitable inherent moral dimension of these events right and you know so i think in in these ways moral injury can be helpful for inter. Personally mediated traumas in general. Yeah right there yet. You even mentioned there being overlapped with maybe some conceptualization of trauma and things like survivor's guilt or some these other things right. What's what do you find helpful and kind of distinct about the way that you're conceptualizing than moral injury as as kind of a a framework historically like mental health professions similar to religion spirituality mental health professions have really steered away from morality issues of morality. That's i think the the concept of of moral injury is really helpful in explaining the potential maladaptive consequences of kind of really really painful kind of moral emotions and that can lead to sometimes like really severe chronic forms of suffering. You know yeah. Yeah it sounds i mean that makes sense it. Sounds like there is a Distinctness i'm glad you brought up. The religion spirituality piece. 'cause i'm gonna go there next so but it does sound like there's there's almost like an umbrella work is is holding the i don't know if trump was holding us but lakers theorize layers trauma..

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"dr joseph" Discussed on CXMH

CXMH

04:52 min | 7 months ago

"dr joseph" Discussed on CXMH

"And i completed my phd training in the mid to late two thousands. At which time know the iraq and afghanistan wars you know had been well underway when i reflect back into my doctoral training I knew that i wanted to do work. That really mattered. And that was gonna make a tangible difference in. Would ideally respond to in one of our societies. Urgent problems at the time wasn't quite sure where my professional journey was gonna lead me. But somewhere along the way i was given an opportunity to to do a an extra external practicum you know at our cities. The medical center had a chance to to work in the pt outpatient. The night before the first waves of iraq afghanistan veterans were separating from the military enrolling in the healthcare at the time worked primarily with vietnam era veterans and just really fell in love with you know the population the stories. I was hearing. You know the depth and quality of work that we were able to do and then you know within about a year or two. We were needing to to shift to working with iraq afghanistan veterans. Which is you know. Been a big part of my interest you know. So's really really from clinical encounters with veterans that this population really captured my heart and Have been spent a lot of my time working with veterans in particular. Ever since clearly as i mentioned you you're continuing to work with the va. It sounds like that's wonderful. That's awesome so for for folks that listening and say okay. The term moral injury right. I've never heard that term. Or i'm not super familiar with it right could you. Maybe define what is moral injury. What isn't moral injury. Those types of things it absolutely well. It sounds a bit anticlimactic for me to say that we don't really know what moral injury that's right now least within a mental health professions like we currently do not have a consensus definition of what moral injury is. We don't have a a single unifying framework for how we're going to conceptualize can moral injury going forward. I think there's broad consensus. That moral injury captures the emotional relational physical spiritual existential dimensions of events that profoundly disrupt violate our deeply held more beliefs and values okay so within that there could be a couple of forms. You know moral injury that might emerge depending on the type of event that an individual encountered or was involved in you know so the work moral injury really began to gain traction with the the recent wars iraq afghanistan in which many many women were returning home in needing to come to terms with horrify. pick events. Traumas where they felt. As though they were somehow responsible for perpetrating violence or suffering on others know so there can be you know what we would call Perpetration based moral injury which is often at least right now seems to be defined by your deep shame and guilt. I'm over what you did or what you were not able to do And then there can be events where another person was somehow responsible for moral wrongdoing. You know we're we're we're generally referring to these this form of moral injury as a betrayal based moral injury said depending on the moral agent or the person who was deemed responsible for the you know the event you. We're seeing different. Symptom presentations correspond with different types of events. So right there. You're talking to law and i know you work a lot with veterans right intensive that. I'm curious because i assume there's also you know a broader way of looking at that with other populations right so are there other examples. That may be you know where we might see this play out or or appear in non veteran populations absolutely So the thing over recent years think the. The concept of moral injury is really proliferating. Broadly not just among mental health professionals but among ministry professionals for philosophers.

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"dr joseph" Discussed on CXMH

CXMH

04:50 min | 7 months ago

"dr joseph" Discussed on CXMH

"We get to do some research together in this area a religious and spiritual competencies amongst mental health care providers. But he's been doing this work looking at at trauma and moral injury for a while now and in fact he. A book called a trauma meaning and spirituality translating research into clinical practice as well as the one that we're going to be that we are going to focusing on in this episode which is addressing moral injury in clinical practice So within this episode. You know dr career walks us through a little bit about what moral injury is and what. It isn't recognizing ways in which moral injury intersects with trauma and grief and shame and talk about the role of face Within moral injury and yeah. I just adore joe in general. But i really for as much as i get to work with him on the religious and spiritual competencies research. It was really fun to get to learn from him specifically when it comes to thinking about moral injury and what it is and why we need to be thinking about it as you know mental health care providers faith leaders or those who are walking alongside others who have experienced moral injury along the way. Yeah i love getting to meet. Joe i did find it quite funny that His i would to add things into the show notes earlier and the book right addressing. Moral injury in practice listed on amazon is having released in nineteen twenty so up-to-date for mation fear. Yes but i thought it was a great conversation. I'm excited for for our listeners. To hear it as well gav mu to one just to clarify y'all it was supposed to be twenty twenty so we're gonna let joe know about that one but yeah that's how will tell if he because he said he listens to the show. That's right this one if he ends up fixing it won't be on it. I never listened to ones that. I'm on 'cause we're gonna yeah we will get out of the way end. Let y'all listen to our conversation about moral injury with dr. Joseph courier enjoy.

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"dr joseph" Discussed on CXMH

CXMH

05:00 min | 7 months ago

"dr joseph" Discussed on CXMH

"A role and how to navigate moral injury for ourselves and others. But i holly how are you this week. I'm doing pretty good. I mean on the other side of graduation friends says it is good. We're in this like this two week no-man's-land zone where like classes are died but the kids are still in school and so we get to like catch up on the projects before the kids break for school. And like that's where we are right now. So yeah we're doing all right. How are you doing good. I'm not graduating or anything like that. But i guess neither are you so that was helping this but obviously Some brooks students and stuff like that like they all have have finished up and things like that. So she's kind of debrief the transition into summertime and things like that A conversely my schedule has picked up a little bit of of how really full of more clients in the past couple of weeks but that's also a positive thing at a very good thing. Yeah and so You know just still kinda going along but but a good week overall so excited back. You're talking with you. Yeah me too me too. I was going to house considering asking you. What the funniest injury you've ever gotten his. But i can't for the totally haven't no i got it. I think when you flip it around. I cannot think of a funny injury. I've gone so maybe yours will spark something in me so Holly woman ask you this. What is the on his injury. You have you've ever received.

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Houston bar struggles with how to enforce mask wearing after state mandate was lifted

Morning Edition

03:33 min | 9 months ago

Houston bar struggles with how to enforce mask wearing after state mandate was lifted

"Greg Abbott lifted coronavirus restrictions. He made the announcement in a restaurant. The governor is ending a mask mandate and encouraging businesses to return to 100% capacity. How does that plan look to the staff at a restaurant? The governor did not visit. That's where Houston public Media's Katie Watkins begins her report. They're going around at Neil's Bar in Houston's East downtown neighborhood. A sign on the door reads. No shirt, no shoes, no mask, no service. But bartender Kristin Farmer worries the end of the statewide mask mandate may make that harder to enforce. Even prior to this, it was difficult sometimes to get customers to wear masks. So Going forward. I feel like it's gonna be More so under Governor Greg Abbott's new order businesses, Concil enact their own mask requirements and safety protocols, the bar farmer works that will still require masks and social distancing. But she fears the governor's message may further embolden anti masters and put people like herself who haven't been vaccinated at risk. We're obviously in a position where the vaccine isn't available Death but are trying to still work, so it would be cool if More people were vaccinated before we started opening up everything and Not taking just the basic steps. Currently, just 7% of people living in Texas are fully vaccinated. Still, some praise the governor's decision to allow businesses to operate at full capacity that is going to be tremendous and very, very necessary for our industry. That's Melissa Stewart with a Greater Houston restaurant association. She says. The statewide mask mandate was helpful when it was stay wide, and everybody had to do it. Was easier for staff members, frankly, to enforce it says it wasn't a question. That's why restaurant owner Alex Brennan Martin says he's making mass mandatory for employees but not for customers. Those strongly encouraged. It's become contentious and putting our employees are managers myself. In the position of enforcing those regulations, especially on an issue that seems to be just about 50 50 when you talk to folks and is highly emotionally charged It's a difficult thing to ask your employees and management to do. Houston has recorded all four Major Cove in 19 variants and medical professionals warn that loosening restrictions now will set back recovery efforts. Dr Joseph our own is the chief medical officer at United Memorial Medical Center. His main concern is another spike in hospitalizations. The moment I heard about these information of the governor was saying, I immediately called for a meeting here in the hospital on talking to the rest of the leaders of the hospital. We leave. From initial plans. So what we're going to do because we think we're going to have a large number of patients coming because of this, don't not wear a mask request by the governor, he says. These plans include stocking up on more PPE having more nursing personnel and even getting additional ventilators. Other frontline health care workers like ICU nurse Yvette Polo, Mackey share his concern. Colbert is nowhere near over. There's still people know ICUs like today that are dying that will die tomorrow that will die the next day. The next day, weeks and weeks to come still because of covert. She's worried about the extra physical and mental toll. This decision will take on her colleagues. Who have already been caring for a never ending stream of covert patients for nearly a year for NPR news. I'm Katie Watkins in Houston. The

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Surgeon known for first hand transplant in U.S. dies at 92

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Surgeon known for first hand transplant in U.S. dies at 92

"We're back in Louisville, where a surgeon who will perform the world's first successful hand transplant has died. Cofounder of Kleinert Putain Care center Dr Joseph Coots, died on Saturday night. According to a Facebook post from his office. He garnered global recognition in the pioneering treatment of flexor, tendon injuries and microsurgical techniques, and Pel performed the First successful hand transplant a nation in

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Window into virus surge: Death, recovery at Houston hospital

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Window into virus surge: Death, recovery at Houston hospital

"Texas is seeing a surge in the number of people testing positive for the corona virus since it began aggressively loosening restrictions in may at United memorial Medical Center in Houston that cases grow and so do the death he might even think that this is a hoax we should come and spend the day with chief medical officer Dr Joseph Barone has to break the news to another family their loved one didn't survive corona virus we have seen the exponential increase in the number of cases he says they started at forty six eighty eight vets and you know I'm I would even though it sounds like a lot of it is not enough Texas has recorded more than twenty six hundred deaths according to health officials I'm Julie Walker

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Window into virus surge: Death, recovery at Houston hospital

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Window into virus surge: Death, recovery at Houston hospital

"Texas is seeing a surge in the number of people testing positive for the corona virus since it began aggressively loosening restrictions in may at United memorial Medical Center in Houston that cases grow and so do the death he might even think that this is a hoax we should come and spend the day with chief medical officer Dr Joseph Barone has to break the news to another family their loved one didn't survive corona virus we have seen the exponential increase in the number of cases he says they started at forty six eighty eight vets and you know I'm I would even though it sounds like a lot of it is not enough Texas has recorded more than twenty six hundred deaths according to health officials I'm Julie Walker

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"dr joseph" Discussed on The Juan on Juan Podcast

The Juan on Juan Podcast

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"dr joseph" Discussed on The Juan on Juan Podcast

"If we roll our belief system back to the time of job, which is one of the first books written in the scriptures. We find that. Satan Lucifer. Was, actually Just carrying out orders he was, he was a minion. He was just another angel was a foot soldier. Nothing. Nothing no, unusual. He was kind of like A. Let's call him a purifier. He was the one that kind of puts you through the ordeal. And proved your your devotion or not. But he was an agent of God. Under God's authority. And and he remained that way until we begin to get into Zoro Estrin influence where the world was divided. Between good and evil became binary. was never binary until then because God was. In that early theology He was the agent of both good and evil anything that happened came from God whether it be good or bad, it was it was just all from God, but some Hal in our tiny little brains. We decided that we couldn't have a God that was owed both good and evil. Courses our perception of what's good and evil because one. microseconds timeline. So Zora naturalism has a split universe of good versus evil and we. We kind of adopted that in. We placed Satan as the. Agent of evil and. Soon after that he kind of evolved in our way of thinking to almost. Equal to God. If you think about it, that's kind of blasphemous. Really, but that's where we have him today. Is You know he? Can Force us to do anything. The double made me do it. He is. He is the agent of all evil and We got into the NAS. Tick dualistic view of things Joseph. when you talk about the you know this. This good and then the evil in the narcotics even go as far as the that we were created by this this Satan figure out y'all to bow office this evil from again from his powers of being. divine you know when when Sophia gave birth him, obviously that divinity went down. you know into into him as well and then the Arcand Posse. They all said Hey. Let's make man. You know you how the anther boasts, and then they wanted you know the flesh the this this sleigh whatever they wanted to do. very interesting stuff Joseph very very interesting when you consider that. The book of Job was written probably around sixth century BC. It very much predates nasty. Stuff in the NAS ticks I think borrowed heavily. From the fact that Zoroastrianism Heddon had infiltrated everything. I tend to reject that I. I believe that the majority of evil comes directly from us. You know we our own worst enemy and we are. in a we, we are part of God. The is part of us. We have that divine spark. We are inspired. That means that we have been pleased into. We have, the capacity to create. Which means that we also have the capacity to destroy and Ah Mutilate to not think that's where we are right now and we wake up. Yes yes, dare I say we are in. An experiment assimilation how you said earlier almost the simulation like thing that. The watchers started to mess with like that idea So Joseph we'll wrap up with that. Where can you say your Your website again I? Actually have the encyclopaedia that I'm going to be buying on Amazon to add to my collection. Or supporting the caused definitely. I I I WANNA. Thank you for your time and again. Can you tell the people where they can find your work? Because again you've written You've compiled numerous Books on this topic I love the sort of thing I could talk about this for hours. Where they find your work once more, we have The main website is apocryphal. Books Dot Org, and you will find audible and bestselling books and all kinds of paperbacks. hardbacks ler. Or dose. I want to thank you again so much very very interesting stuff I love it, I love it I love, and again in some time when our our lives Open Up to do it. Yeah, yeah, yeah, definitely will You can come back home whenever you all. We can talk about this again I can. I could talk about this for hours, and it's one of my favorite favorite topics to talk about We've just scratched the surface. As you know, so there's more to talk about whenever you want in. I appreciate your invitation. greatly, thank you. Thank you Joseph while there. You have it ladies and gentlemen. Thou was Dr Joseph Lumpkin. Make sure to check out his work on Amazon. Check out his website if you're interested in this type stuff. Remember to follow us on social media at the one on one podcast. Shoot me an email. You want to be on the show. You have anything interesting to talk about. The one on podcast at Jima Dot com also remember to like subscribe whatever it is. Share the podcast with. Anyone, you may know every little bit helps and until next time..

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"dr joseph" Discussed on The Juan on Juan Podcast

The Juan on Juan Podcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"dr joseph" Discussed on The Juan on Juan Podcast

"And welcome to another episode of the Horn on one podcast I'm your host one I just got done talking to Dr Joseph. Lumpkin Joseph is the CEO and Founder v State Publishing. And he has written over twenty five books on the subjects of Theology Religion Church history the loss books of the Bible Joseph also has a background in research, and within the US Department of Defense. He's worked on projects including Hypersonic Missile Technology and supercomputer clustering in addition to his background. He has a doctorate in ministry. His acted as a chaplain to several family outreach program, awesome individual, and on this episode we talk about one of my favorite favorite subjects This is Dima. -nology. you know these noncanonical heretical scriptures literature whatever you WanNa. Call it that really just break. The world down and it just fascinates me. you know all the history that he can pull from that and it's really makes you think you know all of this ties in with my research in the realm of Narcissism you know ancient civilizations, ancient aliens, whatever you WanNa, call it the anew. NAKAE would I would consider the juice. This was definitely definitely an impromptu show. I don't want to say I was ill prepared, but. I was ill prepared. And when I talked to somebody, such as doctor Joseph Lumpkin who's an expert. What I would consider an expert in the realm of all this I like to be prepared. I'd like to ask the right questions and unfortunately. We were going to push this show back. Further to next week, but life happens and things go on, so we decided to last minute. Just jump right in and SORTA wing it, you know. I had some questions done. But I felt my A. I feel my knowledge is enough to entice a good conversation and. You get an episode out of it, but folks. This is the beginning. This is the tip of the iceberg. What we talk about it. Go so much deeper than what we discuss in. This episode is like a crash course in Inaki in. Literature you know the loss books of the Bible whatever you WANNA call, it so just keep that in mind and hopefully in the future we will have Dr. Joseph on again. To discuss this further, you know the origins of evil, and all all this good stuff. I love and Today, we talk about all of that and. And some so without further ADO, this is loss books of the Bible Enoch Fallen Angels Beneath Lem and the watchers with Dr Joseph. Lumpkin or we are alive. Joseph, thank you for coming on the show and welcome. Thank you very much one good to be here. So at this is a bit of an impromptu show when I I you know, look into topic my podcast is. Having topics, which I'm interested in things that I like to talk about. Obviously because it's my podcast, so I like to understand the material at hand, and I like to be able to comprehend it for myself. Obviously, I'm going to learn from you today I'm GonNa be asking you questions and we're GONNA go back and forth but I. always like to have a a level of comprehension. Obviously you know I'm not gonNA. Go in blindly and so. I. Always ask this question to people who come on the podcast sort of sets the tone It'll be the first question I'll be asking you who is Dr Joseph Lumpkin. All I have no idea I reinvent myself every decade or two. Otherwise I get bored with me. This particular journey began when I was working for the Department of Defense as an analyst and I was also going through a doctoral. Program in theology and I came across a particular quote. In Jude stating that he would come back with ten thousands of saints. Now I need to say to everyone out there if you are going through theology school if you're in seminary. You are usually indoctrinated more than you're educated. So as a good baptist boy I ran across nece, the quote that said he'll come back with ten thousands of saints. Please see one E in which I had never heard of. And I looked up, and it was I e knock and I. Thought Well, if it's quoted in the Bible. I should probably look into this thing. And when I read it, I came back home and I, told my wife. I said this one. Horrible translation. I believe I can do better. and. That's what began this journey, which is now about to twelve years in and we published..

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Trump’s ‘Operation Warp Speed’ Aims to Rush Coronavirus Vaccine

Balance of Power

01:26 min | 1 year ago

Trump’s ‘Operation Warp Speed’ Aims to Rush Coronavirus Vaccine

"Operation at warp speed that's what president trump called the effort to develop a vaccine for the corona virus in record time and he says that having three hundred million doses by the end of the year is a distinct possibility we'll talk about Dr Joseph Kim he CEO of Inovio that's a pot Pennsylvania based biotech company with one of the seventy vaccines in development novias contender is already in clinical tests in various locations including Pennsylvania and South Korea so Dr Kim thank you so much for joining us and thank you for your patience here as we waited for news coverage from from governor Murphy so give us a sense of your drug what is it and where are you in the process so you know very well paying our fax email I am forty eight hundred exact mean against the corvette nineteen degree we started the phase one clinical trials one of the first to to get into trials in the US we just announced earlier this week that we fully enrolled all forty healthy volunteers are both in Philadelphia and Kansas city and we're expecting to see the safety and in response the data from this versatile by June of this year and we're already planning for the next trial which could determine efficacy or how well the vaccine is protecting the persons in case two slash three trials that could start later this summer

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How An Early Plan To Spot The Virus Fell Weeks Behind

Short Wave

08:44 min | 1 year ago

How An Early Plan To Spot The Virus Fell Weeks Behind

"The government's missed opportunity for surveillance of the crow bias. What slowed scientists down and the loss time that could have been used to give some cities an earlier warning. You're listening to shortwave the daily science podcast from NPR. Okay Lawrence so it least. Six cities were supposed to be using surveillance systems that were originally built for the flu to test for cases of the Corona virus weeks into that effort. Only one had done that. So where's a good place to start? Let's start in Los Angeles. They ran into some issues back in February. They knew that tracking the outbreak through the number of positive cases that were popping up. Just wasn't a great idea. Because testing was so limited right in order to get tested at that time you had to either recently traveled to China or had close contact with somebody else who tested so. It was like a really high bar to get tested. Yeah and that was because almost no state labs could run the CDC's corona virus tests at the time they had sent out faulty test. Kits see no even patients with the right symptoms. Really couldn't get a test. Which makes it really hard to see. What's happening in a community but for this project the surveillance cities they were guaranteed testing by the CDC and they could send their samples to the agency's headquarters in Atlanta. So how did Los Angeles Start? Looking for the corona virus so county health officials starting talking to hospitals about testing these mildly symptomatic patients. You know and they got pretty far with one of them Dr Prabhu Gander of the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. He told me when the hospital's board discussed it though they declined to be part of it we only had one confirmed cove in nineteen case in La County and they were concerned that if the second case in La County was linked to this hospital. That there'd be a certain stigma that would potentially be bad for the hospital. Okay so they were worried about the hospital's reputation. Do I have that right? Yeah and he says. The hospital was concerned that patients would be anxious and avoid the hospital if they found the corona virus there now county. Health officials declined to name this hospital because they said they agreed to keep discussions confidential. Well okay so how did L. A? Eventually get testing started. Another hospital reached out to county health officials and that was La County USC Medical Center the Chief Medical Officer. There is Dr Brad Spell Berg. And he knew surveillance monitoring was important. This is a leading edge indicator. If you don't look at it you're missing the Canary in the coalmine. You're waiting for the coal mine to collapse on you. Yes Spielberg wanted to do this. But his hospital into one of the biggest issues in this story of the pandemic testing to speed things up they were gonNA use tests from a private lab but there was only a small number of them. That was against huge resistance. The whole system is like you're wasting our tests. Don't do this. But his hospital pushed ahead and began testing at the county's Medical Center and some of its clinics on March twelfth. When the results started coming back it looked as if five percent of the patients they tested positive for corona virus. Bruce People that had been going to work going to social events wandering around in the community for the days and days. They have the right. This was well before we had broad social distancing policies. Yeah we didn't have that almost anywhere in the country at the time but once officials in La county new this you know they realize that people have been walking around with the virus more of them that they knew and this was a really key turning point in how they responded until then it was about trying to contain the virus. Us contact tracing to track down every person who may have been exposed you know but one of viruses spreading undetected epidemiologists will tell you that containment strategy just isn't enough so in the days after those results Mayor Eric. Garcetti issued a stay at home order for Los Angeles your actions matter and they can and will save lives. Okay so that's what happened in L. A. What happened in those five other cities most of them also struggled to get going? You know for example. New York City didn't get results from its sentinel testing until March thirty first. I couldn't get more information about why it took so long. You know the city is obviously overwhelmed right now but at that point the surveillance was too late to be useful. I mean there are already forty thousand cases at that time. Yeah not exactly an early warning at that point and you know Seattle also had struggles Washington state officials had an idea of how they want to do a sentinel surveillance when they first started talking to. Cdc One of the things. I propose very early was that we use samples from Seattle lose steady. Scott Linquist is the state epidemiologist. He wanted to use the Seattle flu study. Which is a research project that was already testing people with respiratory symptoms surveillance? That was up and running. My point was why. Don't we use those samples? It's up and running. Let's do it and that was denied the problem according to the CDC and FDA was that it was a research project and it didn't have the necessary approvals to run clinical tests for patients and they hadn't gotten consent from the patients to do the corona virus testing so the FDA denied the request at that time. Okay actually make some sense to me so was Seattle able to get anything together eventually. Yes about a month after that the Seattle flu studied did get all the necessary approvals. And they're doing testing now but linguists thinks they clearly could have used it earlier. Could've let us know that it was here before we had the community outbreaks and transmission in the long term care facilities but We miss that period so okay. This effort came up short to say the least. These were weeks when we could have been looking for the virus but the system itself didn't work those extra weeks had to have made a difference right. Well it's to say recognize situation where we been passed as wanted to. That's Dr Joseph Z. A deputy incident manager at the CDC said the delays happened because it was an entirely new virus. It took extra. Planning for collecting samples shipping them ensuring healthcare workers had protective gear. But whether that time made any difference question about whether this revolt we delay APP on longer. resulted in losing visibility. In those half thing and it's and I don't think so. Three weeks is an enormous amount of time to allow cases to accumulate without knowing about it. That's Jennifer nozoe an epidemiologist at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. If it has sentinel surveillance stood up in A number of cities cities where we would expect to see cases. I We possibly could have caught it earlier and possibly intervened before the case numbers exploded. And you know when you look at the data. It's not hard to see that. The places with earlier state home orders seem to have done better there curves are flatter and they avoided a lot of the hospitalizations and deaths according to models. It really wasn't easy for officials to issue those orders. You know if you remember. There was a lot of debate about when to do it. But from talking to these cities the ones that had this hard data from Sentinel surveillance community spread was happening. They were able to act. I write so okay. Obviously this a very useful public health tool does the CDC have any plans to do this in the future. Yes a number of the cities and counties I spoke to are planning on starting sentinel testing again soon because you know as the outbreak starts waning. They're going to need to find the flare ups and spot the new cases before it spreads even more the trump administration is also talking about using it in their plan for reopening the country. So we'll be doing sentinel surveillance throughout nursing. Homes throughout inner city federal clinics throughout indigenous populations to really be able to find early alerts of symptomatic individuals in the community. Dr Deborah Brooks is talking about doing that testing for people who don't show any symptoms but who may still be infected and spreading the virus the epidemiology. I spoke to said you know this is something the country has to get right. This time. You know not just waiting for cove in nineteen cases to walk into an emergency room but designing studies to go out and looking communities and actually get the early warnings that this kind of testing could have provided in the first place.

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CBPP's Dr. Joseph Llobrera Discusses the Administration's Proposed Cuts to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

08:59 min | 1 year ago

CBPP's Dr. Joseph Llobrera Discusses the Administration's Proposed Cuts to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

"Can you. Provide a brief primer or background on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. Sure David Wanted to start off by saying that snap is proven highly effective program. It's vital to our nation's health and wellbeing and it's been shown to reduce poverty reduce food insecurity and improve health outcomes. And I WANNA come to those outcomes in just a minute but before that wanted to start off with some basics Snap as an entitlement which means it provides benefits to anyone who meets the programs eligibility requirements. this design means that it can respond quickly when needs increase We most saw this inaction during the last recession when it expanded to meet the needs of millions of Americans who are losing their jobs and losing their source of income It helps Close to forty million Americans each month and the vast majority of those are recipients in families with kids Older adults or those with disabilities At this point about eighty five percent of individuals that are eligible for the program participate. So it's Participant participation rates have improved over the past decade or so Participants received benefits through a debit card That can be used at over a quarter of a million retailers across the country Last year about fifty billion In benefits were distributed to Participating households I wanted to say that benefits are relatively modest They average about two hundred fifty dollars a month for the average household. I if you and if you do the math comes out to an average of about a dollar and forty cents per person per meal But despite those benefit levels those modest benefit levels snap has been shown to deliver strong outcomes reduces poverty so it it it's been shown to raise the income of millions of people and children out of poverty and and makes millions of Americans lest poor It's anti-poverty effect is larger than any other safety. Net program outside of The earned income tax credit child tax credit combination The other thing is the benefits are targeted fish. Lately to those with the greatest need Very poor households get the largest. Get larger and benefits kind of scaled. Down as household income. Goes up So the other area that's The literature shown snap having great if Impact is reducing food insecurity Participation in snap reduces food insecurity By up to thirty percent among Snap households that join That participated in the program and When if you were calling I referenced. The Recovery Act During the last recession snap benefits were increased across the board and we saw that With that boosting benefits Food Insecurity rates came down for participating households When when it came time to cut those benefits if years later the inverse happened Benefits of cut the benefits increasing food insecurity and then. The last area wanted or bucket. I wanted to address was Links BETWEEN SNAP AND IMPROVED. Health Outcomes Investing in snap is an investment in the health and wellbeing of Americans snouts been linked with a wide range of improved health outcomes Adults receiving snap miss fewer days of work. Because of illness make fewer physician office visits are more likely to adhere to their medications and have a more positive self assessment of their health status event. There have been studies that have shown that receiving snap early in life can lead to improved outcomes. Not just now but years down the road. is GonNa Studies that have found that access to snap during pregnancy and childhood was associated with fewer low birth weight babies and reduced risk of out Abi City and other conditions related to heart disease and diabetes and adulthood There's a study that came out on health affairs last fall that found that snap was really Was associated with a one to one to two percentage point reduction in population wide mortality So the last piece I wanted to touch on was Is that snap? Participation has been associated with reduced healthcare expenditures One study found that annual medical care costs of low income adults that are participating in the program was about a thousand four hundred dollars less than similar non-participants. So that's about twenty five percent less than Comparable non-participants okay. Thank you Joseph. I know your organization last November. Put out a snap chart book which includes a good number of research findings relative to the pros performance on healthcare. I did note somewhere in my reading that For every dollar spent on snap between three sixty seven eight thousand three or four cents is estimated to be saved in health care costs. So thank you for that overview. Let's go now to what the current administration has proposed the last few years and is proposing again in the twenty twenty one administration's budget as proposed This was out about a month ago. Your Organization wrote and overview What affects the proposal would have and that was in a February eighteenth memo which will provide a link When I post this but let's go. What did what did the trump administration propose This this past month for funding And the snap program in fiscal year. Twenty sure David thanks So too high level this administration's budget And other proposals With significantly cut public services that help struggling households for the basics and that includes snap As you mentioned this administration's Twenty Twenty one budget was very similar to the previous to And snap it calls for cuts of more than one hundred eighty billion over the next decade That represents nearly thirty percent reduction in program funding I did want to note that. That's on top of fifty billion dollars in cuts that administration is seeking to affect through regulatory action. And I'm hoping we have a tiny host best Unemployed workers elderly individuals low income working families and with kids all bear. The brunt of these cuts Just for some specifics For the first sorry for the third time in three budget proposals Administration is proposing to hold back about forty percent of benefits that comes out to twenty to thirty billion a year Half of those of that amount would go to what the administration is calling America's harvest boxes and the other half those benefits that are held back would simply be eliminated Some of your listeners may have heard of the harvest box But just briefly. It's A. It's a box of shelf. Stable food products peanut butter canned goods including canned meats pasta cereal shelf stable milk and other similar products Those that harvest box would not include Fresh fruits and vegetables and participants wouldn't have To our knowledge wouldn't have a say in what they what they receive The administration has justified this. Change these cuts by claiming that the government can purchase box and distribute food commodities at a substantial reduced cost but it hasn't really pro provided any evidence to back that up

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Youth at Risk: A Convergence of Concerning Trends

Let's Talk Addiction & Recovery

08:50 min | 1 year ago

Youth at Risk: A Convergence of Concerning Trends

"Hello and welcome to. Let's talk a series of podcasts produced by the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation on the issues. That matter to US issues that we no matter to you to Substance Use Prevention Research Addiction Treatment Recovery Management Education and advocacy. I'm your host William Moyers and today we're joined by my colleague Dr Joseph Dr Lee. Welcome good talking to you again. I couldn't well. It's great to have you on. I always learn something from your every time that we get to sit down to talk. I'm amazed at your depth and breadth of experience as our medical director on youth and family issues across our continuum our mission in this country. There's so many things that we could talk about your so well versed in all of those but I thought I would talk. Start by talking about something serious. Which is the mental health of our youth. Today what are you see is happening given the proliferation of social media? And all the things that you know so well. Where is the mental health of our youth today? Well I see concerning trends across our country. Actually you know in the world of addiction and treating young people with substance use disorders. You see kind of psychology Things are magnified stresses magnified Stresses and conflicts in relationships are magnified loneliness and anger magnified Ucla of young people who have use disorders who become what I call very fatalistic that is significant other. Breaks up with them. If they're met with some adversity they go downhill very fast started become suicidal and we know this is the standard course in the world of Addiction. But the scary thing is in recent years. I'm seeing the same trend in the same kind of psychology in our general social dialogue and I'm seeing it through social media and I'm seeing signs that are concerning with increased mental health issues and suicides. Not just for young people for for older adults. It's almost like there's a part of society I don't WanNa say is become addicted but the psychology of Addiction. The loneliness the anger the magnification. The polarization that comes with addiction is now upon us all. We just don't see it. Do we blame it on social media? I don't think it's fair to just have a smoking gun and pointed at one direction. I think they're all facets of society. What you'll find that is that social media is a lot like substances. A lot of people go on facebook. Instagram snapchat used fine without any difficulties. But there's a certain subset of high risk people that when they get sucked in really hurts them affects their mental health and so social media has way of magnifying things. When you see a pretty picture of a kitten everyone goes on like your picture. It's magnified when you see humane act and someone's helping someone else everyone's tearing up it's magnified but when you see polarize discussions when someone makes a a comment that's politically incorrect. Or maybe discriminatory and young people make mistakes by the way that also gets plastered and it's indelible and there's a magnification in that that I think is very dangerous for high risk people and then of course what exacerbates are some of the substances that you are using today substances that didn't exist in my using days of old. Can you talk to us about what you're seeing at our youth facility in suburban? Minneapolis in terms of the dependencies. That you young people come in with a lot of the convergence between substance use and technology and social media so they're celebrating some of their use finding peers. Who are like minded through social media and instagram posting pictures. It's always pictures before the social event when everyone's happy and they look like they're having a good time using substances. They never posted pictures. After the event when people have vomited and there have been fights. But it's always the before but but there is a convergence in Know vaping cocaine culture other kinds of drug use promoting it through social media giving a false image to other people but you also see the flip side of it so a young person may have made a mistake. Maybe they got too intoxicated on something embarrassed themselves at a social event well that also gets plastered on videos and messages and that is very for those individuals because then they get bullied. They get ostracized. The looking at everybody's feeds and everybody seems to be going on vacation. Everybody else has a new significant other. Everyone else got a new car for their sixteenth birthday and the more friends they have the worst this becomes and by comparison their lives seem lonely and inadequate and so for young people who struggle with mental health and substance related issues sometimes social media and technology can be a bit of a curse. How does it work at our youth facility? You see day in and day out. Because they can't have their phones when the young people come in for treatment do they have withdrawal. They don't have withdrawal. In fact you'd be surprised. With how many people actually liked to unplug a bit even young people? That's right in fact. We'll have conversations. Where like you know you have some friends that are maybe not the healthiest for you? They may be good people. But they're not gonNA encourage you to be in recovery or live a healthy lifestyle and they know that and they actually dread going to the Rolodex of their contact list. They wonder if they should change their cell phone numbers. They actually like the time that they have away from that. Because I think that's a lot of temptation for them and it's a draw. It's almost like Some people describe it as like being on a leash. They feel like they can't get away when they wanna get away so I actually hear more dialogue that they don't know how to navigate being plugged into technology and being in recovery and we have to teach them new skills to do that. What has been the impact that the legalization of marijuana is having across this country with our youth. The important thing to remember about legalization is that the skies not gonNA fall okay. Society is not going to fall apart because the legalization of anyone substance what it does create though is it does create a regressive economy and what that means is that most people drink alcohol. Fine but ten percent of Americans consume half the alcohol in the entire country. So there's a Paredo distribution in eighty twenty rule. Which means if you legalize a substance if you legalized lottery tickets if you legalize gambling at a casino the curve you see for consumption is not a bell curve. It's not that the average Americans going to gamble a couple of times and then only the people on the tip we'll have problems which actually see as a distribution where most Americans do fine and so they have no issue illegals Asian but there's ten to twenty percent of a population that might really struggle and they consume too much. They go to the casino too. Many times they buy too many cigarettes they lie too many vape pens. They drink too much and so we have this debate about are we okay. With simply a utilitarian principle were half of America won't really care and some people are going to make money and maybe we will generate taxes or do we also have a dialogue where we look at the minority population. The people that might be affected who will also try to sing the same tune as everybody else. I can smoke just as much. I can drink just as much. I'm just like everybody else. But they're not and do we have a special dialogue and conversation inclusive of everyone or do we just run amok with capitalism and. I think that's the concern that I see is not necessarily do we legalize or not. But how is it done? And how do we cater for the marginalized? Because if you're a company selling a pen. If you're a company selling marijuana or alcohol you have to make the margin of the people who consume too much you have to and they know that they know their own data and are we okay with that as a democracy so is it just simply majority rules or do we have special conversations to say we also have to protect those people who are vulnerable and that include young people on social media on vaping on the legalization of marijuana. What's your to parents. And how they talk about these issues with their children or grandchildren. Well I think people know their families the best and I ask them to kind of look in their. Mir's look at the the families look what their risk factors are and if there's somebody who There's a lot of addiction in the family. They should message differently. It's definitely not a one size fits all there will be plenty of people in America who smoke marijuana or drink alcohol or use different substances and be okay. They will not develop a use disorder but their children will also try to replicate that but their genes are different. Their environment is different. Maybe they face different adversity. Maybe they have different mental health issues and can we have dialogue in our country that is nuanced and mature enough to be inclusive of those people and right now. We don't have that dialogue. We have a polarization in shutting down of anything that goes against majority rule and there's capitalism that's behind it which I think is a bit sinister and And victimizes certain people so our organization is not against any drug. People are surprised by that. You know when I let them know. We're not anti-marijuana. We're not anti alcohol. We are advocates for the minority. We speak for the minority population a significant minority of people who will not react the same as other people when they use substances because they need to have a voice because other people wander stand

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Rocky Pendergast & Aimee Mann Time Travel to Kill Hitler in New Prank Call

The Howard Stern Show

04:48 min | 1 year ago

Rocky Pendergast & Aimee Mann Time Travel to Kill Hitler in New Prank Call

"This time we told her rocky had gone back in time in order to kill Hitler and by the way. Just so you know making a cameo in this call is real life. Lago regular amy man. Oh yes this is big in the This is a very big get in the world of Rocky Pendergast. At no point in this call. I just want to point this out ahead of time. This Kathy Question Rocky's ability to go and time travel ever amazing. She never questions his ability to find and kill Hitler. The whole thing is quite frankly absolutely absurd by the end of this call. I don't even think Hattie knows what planet trees on. But here we go. This is unbelievably. This is just unbelievable to me. It's a saga listen carefully as rocky calls into Kathy and goes back in time to kill Hitler. Oh I am going to take phone calls so let me see with calling. Him Jolly Rocky GS. She's I will run out and searchlights. Okay where you calling from gelling? I would go with the details but as I say I've gone back in time to you. Know to kill Hitler. You're going to kill by the nineteen forties and the the German invasion of Europe. He's off your are traveling. You should see it Kathy. Darling Little Hawk say Tell C. Not Body Whorl Adolf Hitler himself to get on Raucously who speech. You're kidding now. Be careful because by the I've already recused boaty exclusives daily matter of heating a buck. Oh how increased just hitting the dotting all of the most exclusive members of the Nazi high. Come on here. Why just in front of me. I see fast. Who trueblue Klaus Bobby Cisco who could check the vitals? We shouldn't Adolf Eichmann. How Golden Ball in eighteen to death? Dr Joseph Mangla Boo Heinrich in the. And I'm going to kill them. Oh Kathy everyone this and move on. You'll never guess who. I brought me singer-songwriter in Logger. In the incomparable amy. Ma- GLENIS. Hey Rocky Great Party. Can AIMEE Mann so sure. Lamey time travel with you anytime. Darling Amy I had no idea you shawl over killing Nelson. All of you are so down getting this speech ship. Hitler really ready to. It knows your chance. Rocky ooh He'll be careful to yeah and not to spoil. You'll live with Nazi. Get together but this little boy back in run walk. Hang on to these buses getting away. Let me just moving down. You're not you have great rift to the space. Josh me Me Off they ceesay Hello Oh oh I hope. Oh Oh dear well. Let's all send prayers in hugs to him. Jeez I do hope that I exist. I hope I exist and I thank you so much for choosing to listen to live with heavy voice of inspiration and encourage men

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Are Cell Phones the Cigarettes of the 21st Century?

The Ultimate Health Podcast

10:38 min | 1 year ago

Are Cell Phones the Cigarettes of the 21st Century?

"We go with Dr Joseph McCulloch Doctor mccalla. Welcome back to the podcast so great to chat with the again. Well it's great to be here Jesse. Yeah we got a lot to get into. I loved your New Book On. Ems and I love the title. Em assist perfect. My sister's responsible for that one love it. I'm sure people are gonNA love it as well as we jump in here. I think it's important to talk about how you first became aware of ems. I know for you. This has been something on your radar for about twenty years. Some curious how did you initially come in contact with them? And what was your initial reaction. Well because I've got a website that seeks to educate the public about health issues. I became aware of this a long time ago about two decades ago as you mentioned and it was pretty clear if you if you're serving the literature that this is an issue so I knew about it. I accepted that they were an issue but reluctantly chose to accept it. Fully embrace it and act upon it in a way that would protect me specifically largely because I fell prey to the deceptive campaigns by the wireless industry essentially replicated the patterns of the tobacco industry. They absolutely do work. They seek to create doubt and confusion. Which is a primary strategy and they certainly did my mind than they effectively by spinning off of many other ostensibly credible research studies. That suggested. There wasn't an issue. So pretty this doubt this lack of scientific certainty and unlike tobacco which has very clear and strong suggestions that. There's something going on here. I mean just common sense. Why would you inhale something? That's Y- smoke into your lungs. I mean it just doesn't make sense is not going to be an issue but wireless radiation. It doesn't have that at all in fact to other counters at our amazing Lee beneficial to us and that is incredibly inconvenient prize with all these tools easy access to the greatest innovation history of mankind. Which is the Internet. And it's invisible. You can't hear see it smell it so you're just never aware that you're being enveloped with these exposures with that. In the convenience aspect primarily I just shows to be remained ignorant and at ignorant but chose to embrace it in full and take measures to counteract it and I didn't really get motivated to get more serious about it until one of my mentors. Dr Klinghoffer confronted me with this. He's a clinician. For many years in sees a large number of people still in the trenches being patient some of the sickest patients in the world sees in Europe and in the US and one of his basic tenants as he refuses to see someone. Unless they're gonNA mitigate the M. F. Exposures because he knows that there's not going to get better so that to me was a giant clue and I got serious about in once I started studying it and it took me three years to compile information. This book became real obvious that this was indeed. A real threat in that the source of the confusion was the wireless industry and they're far more sophisticated than tobacco industry. Everyone knows how effective they were. I mean Jay's we had every federal regulatory agency telling us in warning of the dangers of cigarette smoking yet they still persisted for thirty years before we finally got the black box warnings and telling people very clearly authoritatively that these are dangerous and I think everyone listening most likely can remember when the four five. Ceo's of all the major tobacco industries testifying before Congress saying one that cigarettes were not addictive and to to the best of their knowledge did not cause cancer. They were lying through their teeth. It took that long and they still lied. But finally attorney generals were able to correct that in impose tens of billions of dollars in sanctions against them. And we're going to head towards a similar result with the wireless intrigued but it's going to probably take another twenty thirty forty years. I mean because the evidence is so clear and compelling once you objectively review it and before we get deep into the nitty gritty here. I think it's important. Were on the same page and to get there. Can you explain exactly what? Ems are sure mfs is an acronym is your electromagnetic fields and describes the entire range spectrum. Which can be anywhere from a fraction of a cycle per second which is called hurts too many billions of or even hundreds of thousands of billions of cycles. Per Second. Not all you must are dangerous. We've been exposed to EMS since air entire human biological history and example of those would be sunlight. Sunlight isn't enough broadly. They're broken down into two different categories. I O nizing radiation in which there is some from sunlight. Ultraviolet radiation was gives us our son Tannin. Vitamin D is actually ionizing radiation. That's when you get too much you'll get a thermal burn as dangerous. You don't WanNa get excessive something like that but obviously some as important to stay healthy. I don't think any rational human being other than a dermatologist. Which hard to classifies rational most of the time would disagree with that and we've had relatively low exposures. I mean they're earth actually emits certain very low level. Emf's Shuman Resin Sake. Seventy eight hurts or so but this is very low level but the exposures that we're most concerned about our manmade ones which didn't really exist before the late eighteen eighties or so electrical fields radiofrequency feels these were not around the planet but they started becoming more prominent even though they were around for four years at the end of World War. One they were still pretty low and if you compare the levels of a typical major exposure we're concerned with which radio frequencies which is about two to five Gigahertz Gigahertz as a billion cycles per second those are the frequency that your microwave oven runs on and your cellphone. They're almost identical frequencies. The industry uses heat thermal damage as a measure of the safety. Because it's the same for microwave. So their thought is that if it's not heating your tissue like a microwave than can't possibly cause biological damage will go back to that later. There's this broad spectrum of ems the end of world will want certain level even though ems. Were around be as we're ROTHROCK FORTY YEARS? It was still relatively low out century later. Nineteen or twenty twenty. We are literally at a billion billion times higher exposure than we were a hundred years ago. That's ten to the fifteenth. So it's hard to imagine that an increase in that type of magnitude of exposure wouldn't have some biological impact so today for example getting into the different man media mass. There's four different types. One being radio frequencies than we got magnetic fields electric fields and dirty electricity. Well Yeah. Those are the primary mimic exposures note. Nature does create radio frequencies to I mean they exist in stars amid him. I think you'll see there are out there but the really really low exposures if you were to measure them they be. I mean it almost immeasurable by most commercial equipment so the issue is not only the frequency but the amount of intensity of exposure them out of power. That's being broadcast into your tissue right. We're going to be looking at the Manmade Weinstein how we can lessen or totally eliminate the impact on the human body. You talked about the SARS and you talked about the effect of this radiation causing heat on the tissue so first of all I just want to get into the FCC here. 'cause they're the ones that are creating these guidelines and the guidelines they're creating have to do with heating tissue so let's go a bit deeper into this and talk about SARS and in the measurement that we're using here and how that works will SARS is another acronym again stands for a specific absorption. I forget the IRS Stanford but essentially it's a term used to describe how much heat is generated when you're exposed to electronic device and it's not unreasonable because it is. I says microwave transmitter. So it will vibrate your tissues as certain frequency and create. He'd and he'd can clearly 'cause biologic damage and it can be an indirect indicator of the amount of danger. That's there but by no means a direct because we know now very clearly and there's literally hundreds if not thousands of studies have proved conclusively that is not the heating damage is what we call the non thermal effects and for the longest time it. We really confused me. No one really knew or understood. What the biologic mechanism was for these. Non Thermal Effects. We just knew. That's what causes damage. We knew it was heating was very very clear was not heating the tissue and if you go abide by these standards FCC I think just adopted him from another professional agency is like International Electrical Standards Agency that they took that from and they've got these models based on but even using this flawed model they use this model that is called Sam which was patterned after a six foot. Two or four military guy was weighed about two hundred thirty pounds sale very large head and it totally different characteristics than a child. They're measuring SAR based on that model. So it's flawed and they're not measure for children also it's slugged begin with but even using that model. It's still an indirect indication because it will give you an indication of the amount of power that's being generated by that devise. But you cannot you simply cannot use. Sars is indication of the safety of your phone because it isn't other than you maybe can compare models and will lower star rating. Might be a little safer but you still need the shield yourself because exposure this will clearly increase your risk of biological damage in the most common would be cancer but you know what I call cell phones to cigarettes of the twentieth century for good reason because there's so many similarities. Not only did they wireless industry pattern their tactics after tobacco but they also in many ways are almost identical with the mechanism of the Holocaust. Har- They do not hurt you. After one exposure or exposure for a week a month or maybe even a decade it takes these is a long term chronic exposure. Where ultimately you'll succumb to the biologic damage. So this is a new experiment. Most people listening to this if not been exposed to their cell phone for more than two decades. I mean there are some but there's like no one more than three decades and debt still maybe under the window a word required exposures going to occur to encounter these side effects and you know people can smoke for four or five decades and still not have cancer now. They make succumb to other reasons. Like my mom who's longtime smoker and was confusing to see by the tobacco industry and she ultimately wound up dying from complications from COPD or emphysema. So you don't necessarily have to die directly from cancer but there's a lot of people coming down with brain cancer as and even prominent celebrities. We have two senators Ted Kennedy and John McCain who both died from brain cancer secondary to cell phone

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The Ins and Outs of Steroids

20 Minute Fitness

06:26 min | 1 year ago

The Ins and Outs of Steroids

"Now before we begin. I do want to say this episode is not meant to be a comment on anyone that does steroids is more for educational don't purposes so that people can understand the what could be considered the physiological positive effects of steroids but obviously explore the negative effects of steroids always as well and what they really are. Firstly the words steroid has many different meanings as steroids can be chemicals that often hormones that your body makes endogenously within the body naturally on the help carryout cell activity and you need a healthy balance to grow grow. The other hand steroids can be made can be synthetic on of which there are the two main types that are co scare steroids on Anabolic Andrew. Genetic steroids animal officials so corticosteroids are medicines that quickly fight inflammation flirtation. They work like the Hormone Cortisol and Cortisol keeps your immune system from making substances that cause inflammation so these types of steroids. They slow or stop the immune system process that triggers this inflammation but admits that presented. I won't say because mainly on Bolic's so as mentioned anabolic steroids are aw synthetic manmade properties and aversions of testosterone which is the male predominately male sex hormone. That's how it was build big muscles. The women duels out testosterone but men have more women have more issues and in the name and unapologetic. This refers to muscle building on drudge refers to increase male sex caracteristics. And that's why. The name is anabolic for muscle-building For the male sex characteristics so it's worth saying that healthcare providers can prescribe steroids to treat hormonal issues. If you have some from delay puberty for example it can also treat diseases. That cool was muscle all such such as concern AIDS. But obviously in this episode wouldn't be focusing on ready how athletes and bodybuilders can misuse these drugs in attempt to boost a physical appearance and Affleck performance but before we look into the dangers associated with Miss USA steroids. Let's look into what could be considered the positive effects. They have on the body so taking it back to what happens when we work out. We know that when we lift weights we put a muscle strain and we are progressively area loading them to create tiny micro ties in our muscle fibers wipers and the body's natural repair process. That happens when we start to repair the TAT. And add further cells to build a stronger fiber and this is known as muscle hypertrophy. And every time it's is this repeats. The process of tie-down rebuild results in muscle brave and natural testosterone is one of the main ingredients for this process but the anabolic steroids can serve as a supplement so once ingested or injected and all about steroid traveled through the bloodstream to the muscle. Tissue is drawn to the muscle cells receiving dot colder under Gen receptor on these receptors shaved very specifically to bind with the body's natural testosterone. Whole matter but once this synthetic steroids in place the receptor Sir is activated? So the steroid takes the form of Test Australian and fits within these receptors and then the steroids can start interacting with the self DNA to stimulate the protein synthesis. His process that promote cell growth and once these receptors are activated some cells by the synthetic steroid some sales increased production of proteins which oversee a body used to build Komo cells. And this is the phase the metabolic cycle known as a nominalism where small molecules build into more complex. Ones and energy is stored on your body build up muscle. Intense exercise can also release cortisol and this breaks down a breakdown muscle tissue producing so muscles and some steroids can actually block cortisol. From finding to the muscle cells receptors diminishing the breakdown process so anabolic steroids shot in the Catholic phase of the metabolic cycle. So means your muscles spend less time on recovering between workouts and you can do more exercise with less rest. One study showed. The men who used steroids for ten weeks gained two to five kilograms of lean body muscle muscle and therefore I five to twenty percent increase in strength. This muscle. Mass will the game muscle mass predominantly in chest shoulders and upper arms because they're more amgen origin receptors in these cells in there on your legs for example but it is not all sunshine and rainbows. Steroids have dockside. I'm very native effects. As well. People who misused steroids they usually taken orally or injected them and or platinum is a cream even doses may be anywhere from ten to a hundred times higher Ahah than those prescribed to treat medical conditions so the negative effects quite plentiful they can have a long-term damaging effect in the body including kidney problems or failures liver damage including lychees insists. There's the risk of blood clots heart attacks and strokes. The increased strength delivered by Anabolic. Steroids can summary Recession just leads. What's known as Royd rage which leads to altered moods? Irritability increased aggression on the thought to do this by talking nerve cells on and so it leads to poor impulse control so Lloyd rages overacting to an event that normally wouldn't set them off steroid. Usage can also lead to Gynaecomastia Theo. Which is the development of Enlarge Mayo breasts and Dr? Joseph t cruise is one of the talk Los Angeles Gynaecomastia surgeons and he actually conducted as their in house study. It showed that approximately fifty percent of patients who come to see him with the problem of enlargement. Oh breasts have whole moaning juice With majority of them being bodybuilders bodybuilders who've taken steroids at some stage in life and this is because steroids can be converted into eastern by the body in this increase in east region which is the FEMA sex hormone is what causes. Men's develop unwanted breast tissue against our own also lead to shrunken testy. Compact male fertility increased acne acne and so much more so there are alludes of debilitating effects of steroids can affect you long term and have serious serious health risks. So that's all we have the time for for this episode. I hope this helped educate you. On what stories are how they mimic endogenous body homes on the potential short-term game but really really scary longtime effects of steroids so I want to stress that this happened again is not tolerated. Anyone that is taking steroids and considering taking steroids but it should be seen from the educational standpoint. That of course is a surface level. Discussion to provide feather Info fits within the timeframe we try and cells in the short

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Breaking Your Black Friday Addiction

News, Traffic and Weather

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Breaking Your Black Friday Addiction

"Friday for some people it's the one shopping day of the year they plan their their lives lives around around why why is is that that psychologist psychologist Dr Dr Joseph Joseph rock rock says says thinking thinking we we are are getting getting a a good good deal deal can can set set off off feel feel good good chemicals chemicals in in our our brain brain which which sets sets us us up up to to spend spend more more money money than than we we should should there's there's part part of us at the pleasure centers lighting up whatever that means to people that means I'm getting what I want this feels good I like it and so we delude ourselves that we can afford it that

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Keeping Focus on Gun Bills, Democrats Urge McConnell and Senate to Act

Westwood One Daily News Flash Briefing

02:17 min | 2 years ago

Keeping Focus on Gun Bills, Democrats Urge McConnell and Senate to Act

"Is out of session but house democrats say the mass shootings in texas and ohio make it urgent for the senate to get back to dc now to address gun violence details from correspondent linda kenyon house majority leader steny hoyer convened a press conference on capitol capitol hill tuesday to say senate majority leader mitch mcconnell must act on a house passed bill on background checks for gun purchases ninety five percent of americans support it because they believe it is a significant and portent step to take hoyer was joined by other house democrats and people directly affected by gun violence like dr wendy edmonds. She lost her sister in a mass shooting at the washington navy yard in two thousand thirteen. At what point are you outraged senate leader mcconnell. When will you be moved beyond following such a toxic decision to remain silent h._r. Aid is the bill that has been sitting unattended on senator mcconnell's desk and he has made it clear. He has no intentions thousands of bringing back the senate to address that or any other bill before september that makes eighteen year old jackson o'meara angry gun violence is a national crisis and the senate needs to start start acting like it. I'll marry serves as the maryland state director of march more our lives since she lost a friend to a school shooting in two thousand eighteen either the senate votes on unem- passes this lifesaving legislation immediately or we vote out those who stand in our way representative don byer of virginia says senate majority leader mitch mcconnell is standing ending in the way solely for political reasons. Who's waiting for the outrage. The die down the headlines to change christian. Haney can't think about anything else. The vice president for policy at the brady campaign lost his mother to gun violence. We need to action right now. Steny hoyer says the best action senator mcconnell can take is to stand up to the n._r._a. R._a. What takes courage is to look a special. Interest group in the eye and say enough is enough. Dr joseph saccharin couldn't agree more. He's a trauma surgeon at johns hopkins hospital in baltimore. He's also a victim of gun violence. Over the next decade over one million americans will be shot. That's hard to grasp says hoyer but maybe this will help. Put it in perspective. If we had a moment of silence for every american the lost their lives we wouldn't be able to do anything else. That's why says heuer.

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Study reveals mental illness can reduce life expectancy by up to 20 years

BBC Newshour

04:10 min | 2 years ago

Study reveals mental illness can reduce life expectancy by up to 20 years

"A big new international study has found out just how big and growing a gap there is between the physical health of people with and without mental illness the authors of the report makes strong recommendations aimed at addressing the shorter life expectancy those with mental health health issues can expect Dr Joseph Firth is a research fellow at the university of Manchester in England and is one of those behind today's study the gap in life expectancy applies right across the world for people with severe mental illness and also what's worse is that this gap in life expectancy due to physical health conditions seems to be increasing over time it really varies between say as low as fifteen to up to thirty years depending which regions you all look at him and according to the severity presumably of the mental illness what's worse schizophrenia seems to be the worst in terms of the largest gap in a physical health fund also life expectancy this is probably due to the nature of the condition and also partly due to the medications which can increase cardiovascular risk which if left to manage can also impact on people's health how else is the impact felt so this is Justin is no that it sometimes through poor diets yes well this actually multiple different lifestyle factors which disproportionately affects people with mental illness across all different mental illnesses from the very onset of the conditions as well so this is you know even in young people presents him with mental illness for the first time we do see higher rates of Paul diet higher rates of smoking and tobacco use and also lower rates of physical activity which does impact on cardiovascular risk so that's what we're really hoping to target in more preventive interventions towards improving people's physical health these lifestyle behaviors right from the onset of illness there will be people who say that people are mentally ill choose to make themselves more ill want to yeah and it's it's really is ridiculous to put the responsibility on the individual you know there's multiple social and economic factors affect these populations there's also even the medications which used to tree mental illness which can impact on physical health so it's really about moving the responsibility for this massive health disparity in this inequality which is why is away from the individuals and trying to improve the health services and also the public health approaches to all its managing mental and physical health who needs to do walk because from the sound of it it's a political problem yes this political factors certainly legislation needs to change around protecting physical health in people with mental illnesses mall need for public health schemes to actually target people with mental illness to improve the health of these vulnerable populations and this also changes in the clinical services you know we are advocating for the integration of physical and mental health cat tree in the mind and the body together you know we see these conditions arising co morbidly in terms of things like diabetes and depression occur together a lot schizophrenia cardiovascular disease is a cat's cover a lot and we need to stop tree in the individual holistically and taking into account the body on the mind in our treatment program so this clinical changes political changes needed is one simple explanation possibly that poor people with worse diets and worse lifestyles a more likely to have full mental health that's just a correlation yet Paul mental off on Paul physical health that is where the political changes I really needed you know as you just said that is not by coincidence that the same ares of deprivation we see higher rates of physical health conditions on mental health conditions it's a lot of the same social factors and environmental factors that contribute to the development of both of these conditions so that is a change needed from a prevention level is there an example of a country countries that are getting it right yes Sydney in Australia can only have the keeping the body and mind program and not that is really a flagship program that's trying to be replicated across the world the young person presenting with mental health problems even for the very first time before they have physical health conditions arising they'll receive that usual psychiatric treatment and then also be referred to exercise training to dietitian classes to smoking cessation and they still seem to prevent the adverse affects some physical health that we see in most people undergoing psychiatric care so that is a model that we're trying to replicate across the world that was doctor Joseph first speaking to meet from Manchester

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Buffett and Beyond: Uncovering the Secret Ratio for Stock Success

The Frankie Boyer Show

03:11 min | 2 years ago

Buffett and Beyond: Uncovering the Secret Ratio for Stock Success

"Our first guest today is the author of buffet and beyond uncovering, the secret ratio for superior stock selection. Dr Joseph bell Monte, welcome to the program. Thank you. Thank you. Nice to be here. So you're an investment strategist in stock market consultant, and you have a wonderful saying that you're very fond of saying about Jimmy Buffett, please share with us. If you wanna live on the beach like Jimmy Buffett, you've got to learn how to invest like Warren Buffett. And that's so true with all my friends and all the people that subscribe to our newsletters. I'm sure okay as the author of buffet and beyond. This is been an absolutely crazy, crazy time the last two years. But a lot of people are very concerned about what's happening today and tell us what, what in your opinion? You've been doing this very long time. Well, I shouldn't. Yeah. Said we buckling up should we be buckling up. Dr Joseph bell. Monte. The way that you want to look at the market, which you want be able to invest in companies that are making money each and every day, seven days a week, twenty four hours a day, and stocks like Coca Cola and Pepsi Cola, even though they're not in our growth portfolio any longer. But if you think about those kind of stocks, I mean, they're selling that product and almost two hundred countries. So if you can be get in the mindset where my docs, are gaining value each and every day, and the price, sometimes reflects that value, and sometimes it doesn't sometimes the price over estimate the value. And when we think about we sessions or times top the prices actually underestimate the true value of accompanying. So you wanna be in stocks that are gaining for you all the time in value. And as Warren Buffett also says that if you're not. Making money while you're sleeping you'll never become wealthy. And of course, he's talking about if you buy stock in a good company, and we, we all think about Walt Disney. But if we buy Disney stock, boy, there's people in one at one of their theme parks, twenty four hours a day, whether it's on the other side of the world or right here in the United States. So that's the key to investing. And if you think that way, then you can hold on. When people start talking about lowers the top of the bull market. Are we going into recession? Are we not going into recession? I talk to somebody the other day and they said, are you really worried about this market just, just as you're asking franking and the thing is that I've been in the market forty years? And I can't remember a day when I thought about wealth is going to happen. And I would drive myself crazy until I had a different outlook on the type of stocks. So I was going to buy. You know. One of the things that I do

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Measles Outbreak Infects 695, Highest Number Since 2000

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00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Measles Outbreak Infects 695, Highest Number Since 2000

"The CDC says the number of measles cases in the US is just under seven hundred the highest in twenty five years. Health officials say that number is likely to rise Brooklyn pediatrician Dr Joseph kaplowitz streets. Many ultra-orthodox Jews which is the hardest hit community in. The outbreak says there's a lot of misinformation circulating within the community as well. As online misinformation is that causes autism. That vaccines contain mercury that the vaccine that even the disease itself will actually protect them from cancer themselves will protect them from XM on the other side of the country. The California legislature considering a Bill to give state public health officials the power to decide which children can skip their shots before attending. The school hundreds of people opposed to the Bill for a number of reasons back the first hearing on that proposal, similar demonstrations were held in Oregon as a state considers removing all not a medical exemptions from

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