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"dr liana" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos
"And the pentagon and the president returns the white house this week to address what may be the greatest threat to our country since nine eleven for eighteen months the covert pandemic has consumed our country and now even though seventy five percent of american adults are vaccinated. it's become a pandemic of the unvaccinated with more than one hundred thousand cases a day for four weeks last week. Roughly quarter million new cases reported among children. The highest total yet but biden's plan to mandate vaccinations at workplaces across. America is facing swift and severe resistance drawing attacks and threats of legal action from at least nineteen republican governors. We're going to begin there this morning with surgeon. General vivek murthy dr murthy. Thank you for joining us this morning. You know the president resisted issuing mandates for months thank you the president resisted issuing mandates for months and the administration repeatedly explained that he lacked the legal authority for sweeping mandates. So what changed george. Let's talk about where we are. And what the president announced Fortunately we have made a tremendous amount of progress over the last eight months. I want to remind people of this because they can get lost in the in the news about the delta varying delone but because we have two hundred million people george with at least one shot of the vaccine. We are in a much better place than we otherwise would have been with that. Said delta is a tough foe. It's throw curveballs at us. And we have to be prepared to respond and that is why. The president announced a ambitious and thoughtful plan. that he nfl earlier this lab past week which is intended to help us get through the next phase of this variant now to be clear requirements that he announced or not sweeping requirements for the entire nation. These are focused on areas where the federal government has legal authority to act so seventeen million healthcare workers. Who do we were operating. Institutions which work with medicare medicaid will now be required To get vaccines we also know that the workplace requirements. He put in place for workplaces. That have one hundred plus You know workers that those will affect about eighty million americans. Here's finally what we know. George we know that these kind of requirements actually work to improve our vaccination rates tyson foods for example which put in a vaccine requirement recently saw that it's vaccination rate from forty five percent more than seventy percent in a very short period of time. And they're not even at their deadline yet. So this is the next step george and a series of steps that have to be taken help protect our country from clothing nineteen and help us get through this pandemic. You've seen the opposition. I mentioned those nineteen republican governors. Here's governor rhonda santa's of florida. How can we get to the point country where you would want to have someone lose their job because of their choice about About the vaccine or not. I just think that that's fundamentally wrong. How do you respond to that well. George first of all we have to put this in context their requirements that we put in workplaces and schools every day to make sure that workplaces and schools are safe for example. George when you and i Went to grade school likely had requirements for vaccines that we had to fulfill in order to participate in the classroom. That was part of keeping the classroom. Safe in i have worked for in hospitals and we had requirements to get vaccinated so we can protect our patients from infection. There these are steps that we take every day that osha the occupational safety and health administration overseas so this is not an unusual phenomenon. What it is is. I think it appropriate response for us to recognize that if we want our economy to be impacting. We want our schools to stay in session. We've gotta take steps to make sure workplaces and learning environments are safe and these were mostly got several legal. Experts have said this is a novel use of the ocean authority or you confidence going to withstand constitutional challenge. Certainly this wouldn't have been put forward if the present administration didn't believe that it was inappropriate. Legal measure to take and believe it is so based on the authority that congress has actually given under the the osha act which in fact provides and not just provides a tells the department of labor the administration that they have a responsibility to ensure that the workplace is safe for workers. And that's what this measure does. If anything we've learned george over the last eighteen months it's a dell. Is that the kovar. The cobra virus is a dangerous virus in our workplaces and our schools Far less safe than they should be so. This isn't appropriate action. We believe and it certainly from a public health perspective. Most importantly will help keep workers safe and that will ultimately help our economy as well. You've seen calls from senate candidate jd. Ohio calling for mass civil disobedience. Are you concerned. This might hard in the opposition. Vaccinations george here's what i think. We have to remember an especially important that we remember this on today. He after the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven This has been a long difficult pandemic. i know that there has. It has generated a lot of anger a lot of fatigue of impatience Among folks in the community over time. And that's absolutely understandable but we cannot allow george is for this pandemic to turn us on each other or enemy is the virus it is not one another and what we have to do is approach this next phase of the pandemic response recognizing we've got to listen to each other before we rush to judgment we've got to support one another In our decision making during times of crisis nine eleven. George reminded us that we have the capacity to do that is difficult. Times may seem right now after nine eleven die. Remember that day very clearly. I remember people reaching out to strangers to support them. I remember people traveling across the country. George to volunteer in new york city. That is the spirit of america that i know in law. We still have the capacity for that kind of approach in. it's what were called on implementing a moment like this when we have to get through this very difficult. Pandemic president seems to beginning from all sides. there's also criticism from some who say he hasn't gone far enough. Dr liana when who say that the president should have gone even further and imposed restrictions on interstate travel saying a vaccination required for any kind of interstate travel. Some are suggesting that we should find a way to mandate vaccines for twelve. To seventeen year olds response which i think if you look at the substance of what the president announced there is a tremendous on in there and a lot of very aggressive actions. That will help us. Increase the number of people vaccinated. Protect those who are sick and ultimately get through this pandemic We will always be looking for more measures that we can take. George that's as it should be That that has been our commitment from the beginning. But i do think that this series of measures taken here present a strong that step forward and they will ultimately help protect our communities and that is the.
"dr liana" Discussed on Thrive Bites
"Types of activities working towards goals. That you see your own progress. Then you're GonNa be happier healthier and live longer awesome. And how do you drive yourself on well for me? It's connection and it's It's my daughter. I have a nine year old daughter that's adopted from China. she's She's been a blessing. I've had her since she was to She herself is a survivor. Because she had been basically left In a basket In a park In a town called. Bow To and Then it was in an orphanage for the first couple of years of her life But even in the first pictures that we saw of her despite being abandoned despite everything she had a smile on her face she was then represents positive psychology for her for me. that's awesome. I love it I've been low to kind of you know stating that I think We're glad that your dad asks you to just pick up and move You know over here from Bulgaria as they were really really You know just grateful to have someone like you to have gone through the journey of You know just your your curiosity and your thirst and hunger for wanting you know something more and that has led you might use to this point so thank you so much thank you. This has been a pleasure my for people that want to look up and reach you. I reach out to you Where can they find you? Probably where just setting up a new website for the book so in the meantime There is a my happy Avatar DOT COM is probably the best place which is A Little Bit. Outta days but it will give people a sense of some of the work that I was doing around personality and positive psychology positive emotion and Stay tuned though You can certainly find the book Roots of positive change on Amazon and soon other distributors and And we'll be Making a cry to the world about everything. I've been talking about on our topic today so stay tuned for more all right. Thank you so much. And I'll make sure to include that into the show notes right in the episode Okay guys thank you so much for listening in this has been a nother episode of advice and you can check his back here weekly Thank you so much. Leon thank you. Hey guys that was another episode of three bites. If you like that episode please describe and follow weekly for new episodes. And don't forget to write us on Apple podcasts.
"dr liana" Discussed on Latinx Therapy
"Sexual abuse is not damaged for life. They can grow up. Maybe down the road that my still come later on in life but it's not something that they are damaged in a lot of things can come from. This again is a horrible event again to learn about it and know that the family can keep on going. Yes also something that this just reminded me about. Is the notion that even if a teen consents to an older adult because oftentimes in our culture. That wasn't mentality and somewhat still is a mentality that's too loud. Even if a teen consents to an adult it is still abuse. It is still illegal because a teens brain. It's not biologically able to consent. Truly the there is so much manipulation that goes on yes about that what I would say also remember that I think is super important to know that a lot of go like okay which is going to deal with it. You know awesome just going to deal with it and nobody else will have to now. We're not going to report it because we don't believe in systems or maybe undocumented families that are afraid of it it what I would say is usually kind of comes back with a vengeance in in terms of it bites back because a lot of times when this happens what I hear from the Teens. Is that my parents. Didn't anything WISH FOR THEM. It equals they. Don't care so it's so important to take action. Whatever that is to know that I mean I cannot guarantee but I have never had any family that has been documented. Going through that process being sent back deported. No no unless the perpetrator. That's different but but within the family by their reporting in the system knowing no has never happened to have never had had a family. That has been deported. Definitely get oriented that look for an agency that you feel comfortable but no. That's one of the things that a lot of are afraid and there are many many agencies that will still provide free services to undocumented families. No questions asked. That's the great thing about about just the system right now in that sense. So what resources are there nationwide for people to learn more about this topic or get help? Yes so I like to think of US books. And that's kind of something that it's easy to get access and I'm GONNA mention several books in but one that like is helping shall recover from sexual abuse by Karen Atoms in Denver Fe. That is a really good book. The other one is when your child has been molested in this is by Katherine Brawl with Joyce Case Poder in his appearance guy to heal in recovery. The other one that I like this one is bilingual in English than Spanish. The first part of the book is in English. Then if you turn it around is in Spanish in its coal halen harm dawn in Spanish Donya in his by Jennifer why levied peck. And I'll send this that you guys can habits. I like those books. The other thing that I was gonNA give was the Rainn website is really really helpful in its nationwide in has also hotline It's bilingual a negative is twenty four seven. Yes there is another hotline twenty four seven. There's different languages than I give this. One in the Rape Crisis Center in his twenty four hour hotline and the phone number is two one zero three four nine seven two seven three and then the other one the other one is one eight hundred six five six four six seven three in that website rain again R. A. I N. DOT. Org has a lot of resources and you can put it in Spanish as well. It has a lot of resources. It has statistics it has the law. It has word to find help has survivor stories. Even has the signs. Rain Is National Network and they advocate a lot for anyone really. The has been abused. They are the go-to in the organization. World thank you so much Dr Liana Garcia for providing all of these resources all of them will be provided also in the show notes. Please let us know where people can find you. That youth is right now is instagram. So is at Dr Dodd. Liliana Garcia on. My name is spelled L. Y. N. A. Garcia. Okay thank you so much to. Everyone's still listening. Release any tension. You may be holding in your body. Release your breath an hell. A fresh new breath of air for any survivors. That are listening or parents that have a child that have been sexually abused. Please know that you are all warriors and that all tiers and feelings do not define you negatively. This is a journey that many of us are on and many of us have experienced in in various ways directly whether that's directly or indirectly but this is a very very Unfortunately common and sensitive topic within our culture that we have to open up and talk about. If you are looking for a therapist please refer to our directory. Lat next therapy dot com forward slash therapists. If you're a therapist wanting to join our directory you feel free to join on our website or contact me at Info at lat next their P dot com Dr Louisiana shares all of this content that we talked about in Spanish all of this content in Spanish for our episode that airs next week be sure to follow her on Instagram and Facebook at Dr. Dr Period Leon Garcia. I'm going to have her handle in the show. Notes and her website is beyond Resilience Life Dot Com..
Dr. Lydiana Garcia Discusses Teen Sexual Abuse
"Have Dr Louisiana Garcia here for Tell us where you're from again. What city of practicing. I am originally from Puerto Rico. But I'm practicing in West. La So thank you so much for being here. We're GONNA be talking about a heavy topic today so I'm going to go ahead again and give a trigger warning. This episode is going to be about sexual abuse in teens. And we're going to talk about the impact that that has in the family because we can't avoid it. There is going to be effective at the family. Has Dr Liana Garcia? Can you tell us what defines sexual abuse? Yes so there's many different ways of defining Ed but in general is any unwanted on unsolicited. Any kind of sexual interaction. It could be a touching cosby of exposing themselves. It could be on want to touch. It could be all the way to a penetration or any of that kind of sword but in general is that unwanted unsolicited nonconsensual touch and specifically with sexual abuse. Because from my understanding sexual abuse is in regards to children and sexual assault is in regards to adults. Is that correct? Well I guess it's also depending on what kind of Big comes up and it can go so many different ways and yeah but in general child abuse from how it's define is anything related including pornography. That's why I mentioned the whole part of on wanted exposure and with sexual abuse there was one parent that had asked this in social media. Can children sexually abused one another as well? Because the conception is that adults abused children but can it be the other way around I believe so yes and Independent on the stage with the law becomes tricky about the ages but definitely if one byner is showing any force any unwanted unsolicited nonconsensual way of demonstrating sexual behavior than it could be considered on the the rooms. Okay and we'll touch more about this in a little bit. Do you have any statistics about teens? That have been sexually abused. Yes this is based on the R. A. I N. Dot Org Wayne in. It's about sixty percent of twelve to seventeen year olds are victims of sexual abuse and thirty four percent on the age of twelve. So is really high and they have this kind of visuals that are it can be very intense because they like every eleven minutes a child protective certain service substantiates finds evidence of a claim of sexual child sexual abuse and in terms of girls. It's about every four to every five girls are being sexually abused. So and females ages sixteen to nineteen hundred four times more likely than the general population to be victims of rape attempt rate or sexual assaults. Yeah and these are statistics that they have from those that have reported it but there are still so so many more that go unreported as yes in also depending. But I've seen a lot in the Latino culture as well 'cause we don't we don't talk about it and then a lot of the times most of the cases the perpetrator. It's someone in the finals of that is some good than have a lot of back in the funniest well. Yeah that statistic is actually high. It's more commonly to be abused by someone in your family versus than by a stranger which is contrary to what we're taught stranger danger. Yeah and that's why right now you should. It's more about teaching children since their shoulder. Not Wait till they're adolescent to start recognizing besides the basic of not here not touched there by anyone but also to start recognizing very kind of instinct and whenever they feel like. Something's not o k into also not promote secrets because you should lead the perpetrator someone in the family or someone that defending knows includes a lot of secret like we don't tell this don't tell anyone etc etc yeah and bribing as well to maintain that secret so it's always important to just be in communication with your child regardless of age even if they're a teen as tougher. But what are the common signs that your team is being abused? Yeah so they were usually see our drastic changes or it could be very slow. Changes INCREMENT CHANGES IN THEIR DAILY FUNCTIONING. For example in sleep patterns may be right now. They're sleeping more or sleeping lies and any kind of saying that they're having nightmares or difficulty falling asleep new fears of not wanting to go somewhere sometimes issues with eating in their school. They might have some their grades might go down or they might not want to go to school or they might not want to be somewhere. If it's someone in the family day suddenly the WanNa go to a place that they're used to going. They can have mood swings they can have ability. They can become sometimes violent or express anger in that way but usually like any kind of sudden changes in a lot of clients also changes in their appearance. A lot of times. There's a great movie. I will not remember the name probably that I love it speak. That's the name he has in. It's a beautiful movie. I mean I work with this but is a great movie to display that whole house. She changed as a result of the in that case it was the rape in her appearance. She started to wear hoodies and wanted to go outside in in their disabled and her hair was messy and Baggy clothing. And all those not wanting to be with her friends stuff. Like what yeah. I've often also heard of people that also eat more to gain weight to appear less quote unquote attractive as a defense mechanism. Where the other way around as well. Because if they don't need the Loser Meneses of that kind of stuff. You can go to another year. Any of these signs that you have mentioned can also can also be considered as the same signs to be able to notice if your teen has been sexually abused in the past or is being sexually abused. Guess I would say yes. And if it's something that has been going for a while and the team does not feel comfortable with the parent. It might be a little harder for a minor to kind of express themselves to the parents or try to hide it but a lot of times parents start noticing changes. Even if it's subtle and I would always tell the moms in the pairs that come to my practice is alarms. They know that something is wrong. They might not know what it is but they know something's wrong. I often hear that it's drugs in our culture or their friends there with the wrong crowd and all those who wished that could happen as well as drug could be a coping mechanism. Yes it can but typically if your child has not been engaging in that and there isn't any sign of that and your child has disclosed sexual abuse we cannot invalidate that an go towards another extreme. The let's talk about the best way of handling that so if you're team discloses that they have been abused than what is the best way to handle this. I always recommend to not go against it. Like to not say that did not happen to really. Just listen to them and believe them from the get-go the more than the parents resisted. Then it becomes this horrible dynamic fighting of. Who's right or WHO's wrong. Any could be so detrimental in the teens kind of health journey if they feel that the parents believed them as opposed to not believe in
"dr liana" Discussed on Curious City
"It's curious city your questions about Chicago in the region and investigate for explore from WBZ I I'm freelance journalists. Carry Lydersen and I'm Craig Park Mark Watching a group of teenagers play volleyball Chicago police officers and it looks like they're having fun. They fighting fighting US here game. Thank you it's part of a pilot program designed to revive community policing in Chicago and rebuild. Trust relationships between police officers and residents have long been tense especially in communities of color and especially since two thousand fifteen. That's when video of a police officer shooting Kwan. McDonald went public tragedy. Forever changed the cargo. This is superintendent. Eddie Johnson giving his retirement speech trust in the police. Department failed to as low as that. I've seen in my thirty one years. Several curiousity listeners have asked us questions about community policing what it is Who helps and whether it can help build trust between the police and the public and it's a good time to answer those questions? Because Superintendent Johnson has invested the heavily in community policing. He said he would reinvent it and while he launched several projects under that banner in the past few years. We're going to take a close look at the most ambitious that pilot project that brought officers out to play volleyball. But I what is community policing. It's a strategy and philosophy based on building relationships while most cop spend their days responding to calls driving around in their cars and doing paperwork community policing means they focus on a small area and really get some no people. They're district commander. Tony Eskimos is overseeing the pilot. Get Out of your car take a walk up and down engage some of the people on the block. He says it requires a lot of time walking the streets. It's not not okay head and shoulders driving by a car. How you doing? Yeah I wave home. This might sound familiar. Chicago has tried community policing before in in the early nineties mayor Daley launched caps or the Chicago alternative policing strategy at regular meetings officers shared information about local crime time and residents shared concerns. When Chicago starts they started by doing it right? criminologist West skogen is an expert on caps. His research shows that had initially caps meetings were well attended and participants said they trusted police more than in the past. I think two thousand five or so Chicago had easily. The the most impressive community policing program in the country then started to hit a speed bump skogen blamed the decline of caps on police superintendents. Who didn't buy into it by by the time? Eddie Johnson took over in twenty fifteen. It was really a shadow of its former self. Meanwhile multiple scandals further damage the relationship between police and the public and then came the Dash Cam video today. A consent decree demands reforms arms among them that community policing become quote a core component of policing in Chicago. The pilot project is the centerpiece of that. The effort for now only doesn't officers are assigned to the project during the twenty fifth district on the northwest side stretching roughly from Austin to Belmont Creggan again. There are some things that make it different from caps for one the cellphones officers give out their numbers and encourage people to call and text. Anytime time I spent three days with three different pairs of cops in the program and they were constantly fielding calls I was with Officers Caroliina Salcedo Oh and Danny Lopez when they got a call from a punt shop manager they had just been robbed and she called after being put on hold by nine one one. I wasn't the first time someone asks to see a nice piece of jewelry and then ran out the door with it. Have you seen them before they had. Yeah after finishing up at the pawnshop. They walked across the street to a convenience store. It seemed like officers. Salcedo knew everyone there. I'll close them. Go around okay. Mama you can come through commander. ESCA MIA has a master's degree in counseling psychology. He says this kind of relationship building isn't just good. Did police work. It's good for officers to just such a a wellness component to it. Because they're actually doing what they came on this job to do. They're getting getting the see the results of the problems addressing. They're not going from Kuala call. Call another day. I walked along. CICERO AVENUE WITH OFFICERS Antoinette. Al Khazar Dr Liana Zepeda the ones. We're playing volleyball with kids. They told me about an experience they had nearby. People have been complaining about prostitution so the officers serves went out with some residents not to make arrests but to help they offered to take one woman to drug Rehab. Here's the paper I said no and then she called. She's like you know what I'll take the help and then we're like we'll we'll personally take your rain on. She was so grateful and this is also part of it. The officers tried to connect people services from crucial things like drug rehab jobs. Two extras like a bouncy house for a party or Turkeys for a raffle. And there's another thing that that makes this project different people they call community ambassadors sometimes. Join Police on their rounds. The introduce them to their neighbors. But they're also there appeared a critique the project De'andre Rudas is director of the Ambassadors Group at thirty two. He's also its youngest member. He's long been skeptical of police. He says when he was a teenager he saw an officer throw his twin brother up on a squad car for no reason without how question we we don't trust police officers in our neighborhoods. That rudas wants to help. The police change their behavior and their image. In you get get a lot of people that are like. I'm so happy to be able to meet the police officers and then you got a large population of people like our F- down you know what I mean. I don't why over here like I think. I have my reservations against the police officers as well but I do believe that. We need to strengthen our community with their help. It's hard to measure the results of something like like this. Crime is down in the twenty fifth district. But it's down citywide. There's one statistic that suggests this program really is working though cell phone phone numbers the officers share. They've been used residents made more than twenty thousand calls or texts in the first ten months. That's almost ten Hon. Calls per officer per day and officer Al Khazar says they respond to every single one though the volume of desire to connect with the police. One one on one because our phones have been crazy. The pilot is set to expand to the fifteenth district on the West side next month. Superintendent Johnson says he hopes it will eventually go citywide. That won't be easy. It will mean engaging commanders and officers who might not be as perceptive is asking me and his team changing deeply entrenched police culture and overcoming decades of bad blood and with Johnson retiring. It's unclear we are at the next superintendent will make community policing at priority..
"dr liana" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Late term wouldn't it it would be late term they couldn't even get her to ten the board sat around contemplated her future made a decision in consultation with our doctor she's gone but isn't it between her and her doctor is not the way it's supposed to being you know they left her out of this long the way it really is right now and I know that it's true yes you're right yes Donna at Dr liana when M. D. her Twitter accounts as a you know she's a doctor must be true has released a statement announcing that she has stepped down she was fired but she's this is what this is classic announcing that she stepped down as president CEO of both Planned Parenthood organizations that standard plan paranoid for America and Planned Parenthood action fund which is the political arm of Planned Parenthood quite as a physician and public health later I came to Planned Parenthood to lead a national healthcare organization that provides a central primary and preventive care to millions of under served women and families and to advocate for a broad range of policies that affect our patient's health no we're not emphasizing abortion here I believe that the best way to protect abortion care is to be clear that it is not a political issue but a health care one this is where you start to read into it it's not a political issue but a health care one she says and that we can expansively for reproductive rights by finding common ground with the large majority of Americans who understand reproductive health care is the fundamental health care that it is I I'm gonna pause there finding common ground appears to be the beef and all of this so what we're seeing from the reporting this morning about why she was caned about why planned parenthood's board booted her is that they think that she is not forceful enough in fighting against pro life people that she has been too much of a wall flower during the eight months that she's been Planned Parenthood president and she was in political enough right she wasn't political enough she wasn't angry enough she wasn't aggressive enough she wasn't attacking people enough she refused to let our hair on fire exactly in support of abortion okay so when you see this statement from her saying I wanted to seek common ground I didn't want this to be about politics I wanted to figure out a way to help women she says all of that to me is sort of a gigantic siren that they are angry she wasn't a fighter and I can see why Planned Parenthood would be upset because look at what the world has look like for Planned Parenthood this last year yes but it but here's a she's a she's an MD so she's a medical doctor she's not an activist and I would think that as if I were Planned Parenthood and I was truly concerned about delivering medical care to my clientele I would want to doctor to run that I would think they would have someone else running the hair on fire arm of the business those are two different things marketing and the actual care two separate things they need a better marketing person a better PR person that should not be her job I don't know why I am defending him parenthood here I don't understand why this is but I just look at this as as as they they if the job description is flawed I well they've got you know I but I again I I just think for her and and that organization plan para they've just had a loss after loss after loss yes this is like this is like a sports team canning the leadership or getting rid of the quarterback of firing the coach they have failed over and over and over this year as you see these heart beat bills being passed in states across the country attempts at basically saying any form of mid to late term abortion just needs to be banned and all of the states are making progress including states who want to make sure that that case potentially gets before the Supreme Court right they're they're passing aggressive pro life laws that they think may even dance on constitutional issues as the Supreme Court currently understands them in order to get the court to take up the case and the court now has two more justices that are not liberal activists thanks to Donald Trump and so plan parents freaking out there freaking out and they're thinking please repair Ginsburg survive please all we need you to do is survive because if you don't if you vacated seat on the Supreme Court work done for so there's there's a lot of problems are facing down yes but you know with this with this latest ruling with the title ten ruling yes that the president just just signed they're only to lose about sixty million dollars as long in effect about sixty million a planned parenthood's coffers they make hundreds of millions of dollars in private donations I mean it in in fundraising and everything else so sixty million is not a huge hit to them but don't you think that that's where they should get their money from route government a hundred percent I am a case I don't understand the need for Planned Parenthood period end of story rush to end of end of the sentence right there what obamacare came in we were promised everyone would now have insurance everyone would have access to a position so why are we taxpayers pumping millions of dollars into Planned Parenthood when we're ready pumping millions of dollars into everyone having private insurance it's it's it's a double dip you don't need Planned Parenthood just for that reason whatsoever now if you're telling me well obamacare didn't work so now we still need Planned Parenthood the let's talk about why obamacare didn't work and let's let's look at the act and let's address that and say okay it was a failure we told you it was going to be a failure why was it a failure unless it let's address that but right now where I sit from I don't understand why Planned Parenthood is around anyway and I certainly don't understand why taxpayers are given them money when it when it when obamacare affordable healthcare is costing me out the Wazoo the title ten change you mention yes what with the the federal role came down yesterday this is thanks to the ninth circuit's ruling last week that the trump administration can move forward with stripping funding from any of these clinics who refer women to abortions so that would be Planned Parenthood show their funding is imperiled thanks to the ninth circuit of all places and the trump administration as of yesterday fact of yesterday morning show what does that mean for Planned Parenthood they're looking at a lot of again another lost to your point so so it's that guy had to fight a factor yesterday when they're like off with her head she's out we're gonna win get rid of her she's done nothing for us we're losing were on our heels and Planned Parenthood hasn't been that way in some time they haven't been right away from where they've where they've been backed off and now because the trump administrations in place there's some wins happening on the pro life side and it has planned parent freaking out right and then I am rightfully so I'm just curious as to what they expected her to do but again I can't believe I'm defending this one but if if she truly was about women's health care and not just being an abortion mill and and was into that part of Planned Parenthood I I don't understand what they think firing this woman's going to do it's not going to get you to change the make up of the Supreme Court Haas I'm gonna change the make of the ninth because now the ninth circuit big when they randomly draw these these are judges to sit on these panels there's actually some conservatives from which to draw from now so you might get a couple conservatives on that it's not necessarily a given anymore it's not just a cake walk anymore on the other still in your favor right but it's not like that SO firing her doesn't change that at all so I'm not quite sure the environment no it doesn't it doesn't change anything that happened if you would someone else sitting in that seat when it changed any of those I think what they probably wanted me to feel good somebody would whip the media into a frenzy somebody who would with Democrats into a frenzy and get them to go whole hog for Planned Parenthood issues abortion and the other thing to remember here is that there are health clinics are thirteen times more federally qualified health clinics around the country that don't perform abortions than our our planned parenthood's so it's not like let's go away that women's health low income women's health clinics go away no there are a lot of them a lot of them but Planned Parenthood is the one we're talking about this morning five fifteen now W. 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"dr liana" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"And now your host Jordan's secular. Well, there you go. And Joe Biden spineless Joe Biden. I say that with a straight face because we're dealing with an issue of life, or death, life of the children, and Joe Biden now flippantly decides after four decades of supporting the Hyde amendment, which prevented taxpayer funding to going and paying for abortions in the United States, prevented your taxpayer dollars for paying for abortions in the US, by the way, the first time the Hyde amendment was voted on a Senator Biden at the time that was nineteen seventy six, he made sure to vote to override the veto, which included the Hyde amendment, so he made sure that the Hyde amendment was enshrined by overriding, a presidential veto, and made sure the Hyde amendment was enshrined for the first time that was back in nineteen seventy six in nineteen seventy seven Senator Biden vote. Against an amendment to remove the newly enshrined Hyde amendment. So he stood up for it again and voted against trying to remove it. So he voted for it. He voted to keep it and then throughout his entire Senate career he has supported the Hyde amendment up until just yesterday when he began facing criticism from Planned Parenthood nee row and other democrat presidential candidates in the liberal base for his support of the Hyde amendment. Remember, he had to correct his support because he thought the initial question was about the Mexico City policy. He's okay with funding abortions overseas with your money, but he, he was not okay up until yesterday with using taxpayer dollars to fund abortions here in the US. Here's what's interesting. We've found there's something called the Biden amendment, put forward by Joe Biden himself. Now this is very unique. And I hope that Planned Parenthood and narrow are listening because they better get on the phone with Joe Biden's campaign right now because they started praising him. You know, Planned Parenthood said narrows president said we're glad that job. I listen to the voices of millions of women in further clarified. His position on the Hyde amendment. Dr Liana win the president of Planned Parenthood, tweeted happy to see Joe Biden embrace. We have long known to be true about high so support hide. But do they know about the Biden amendment here? I am holding it, my hands. Here's the official print out of that by minute. Let me go through that for you real quick. You'd be surprised what Joe Biden supported in nineteen eighty one, and it is still the law of the land in one thousand nine hundred eighty one congress passed an amendment specifying that the United States, may not provide foreign assistance for biomedical research related to abortion this provision named after Senator Joseph Biden states. The following none of the funds made available to. Carry out this part, maybe used to pay for any biomedical research, which relates in whole or in part two methods of or the performance of abortions. The Biden amendment has been included in foreign operations appropriations acts. Most recently in the fiscal year,.
"dr liana" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Pam Coulter. Planned Parenthood is going to court an effort to keep open the only abortion clinic in Missouri after state health officials refused to renew the clinics license to perform the procedure Planned Parenthood. President Dr Liana win says the clinic could close as soon as Friday, if the court does not grant us a restraining order, Missouri. We'll go dark and become the first state in the country with no health center provides abortion care, Missouri would be the first state without an abortion clinic since the landmark nineteen Seventy-three ruling legalizing abortion in a seven to two vote. The supreme court upheld an Indiana law the requires abortion providers to treat an aborted fetus, the same as human remains in terms of burial or cremation CBS news legal analyst thing Rosenbaum on the strategy of abortion. Opponents. Their hope is that these state statutes would cause supreme court to reexamine the constitutionality of Roe v. Wade now the justices Gorsuch and are on the high court, but this case suggests that the supreme court is predictably going to move much more, slowly, justices, Ginsburg and soda, my or were the dissenting votes, thousands of homes, and businesses are still without power and Ohio after severe storms spawned three powerful tornadoes in the Dayton area. One person was killed governor Mike dewine toured the devastated areas today from they're just looks absolutely horrible. You see, now a roofs of houses off, but you see everything has splintered this woman had a harrowing time with an apparent tornado in trot would the sound is, I think is worth an accident. The sound of cars cars collided, and is nothing that you can do to prepare yourself for. And it's like even though you think you're protecting you really are not an eighty one year old. Woman was killed when a tree fell on her home in Leavenworth Kansas. Former FBI director James Komi is responding to President Trump's effort to investigate his investigators in his office in the Washington Post, former FBI director James Comey response to President Trump suggestions, that those responsible for the investigation into Russian influence are guilty of treason. Komi says there was no treason. There was no attempted coup Komi, Kohls. Those allegations, not just lies, but dumb lies. The president has accused the FBI of spine on his twenty sixteen campaign, Komi says the FBI had a legitimate right to investigate Steve. Futterman, CBS news. The Dow two hundred thirty eight points today, NASDAQ dropped twenty nine this is CBS news sale.
"dr liana" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"An eight year old originally believed have been injured in a shooting in south Seattle was actually hurt. An hour earlier in Renton police say the child was playing at Riverview park last night when his mother noticed, he started behaving abnormally, and then saw the wound on his side. She told detectives she had heard a pop that she assumed was from fireworks, but she didn't think anything of it until she saw her sons injury, the boy is in critical, but stable condition at Harborview detectives or not trying to figure out if he was shot or hit by some other projectile a fourteen year old boy was pulled unconscious from lake Washington yesterday afternoon has now died first responders with Seattle. Fire safety boy, lost consciousness, in the water at Magnuson park, an off duty doctor, a nurse in a firefighter all tried giving him CPR. But the boy passed away this morning at Harborview. The county medical examiner will determine his cause of death. Planned Parenthood is taking legal action now too. Print, the last abortion clinic in Missouri from losing its license. This is a public health crisis. This could be the first time in nearly half a century that an entire state is without access to safe legal abortion care, which would impact were the one point one million women of reproductive age Planned Parenthood. President Dr Liana wen says if the licenses not renewed by Friday, Missouri will become the first state without legal abortion since one thousand nine hundred seventy three meanwhile, the US supreme court today voted seven to two to uphold an Indiana law that requires abortion providers to treat an aborted fetus, the same as human remains whether it be burial or cremation Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Justice Sonia Sotomayor, where the two dissenting votes, the campaign of former vice president, Joe Biden, waited until the moment President Trump returned from his overseas trip to response to, to respond to criticism that the president leveled whilst. Next to the Japanese Prime minister at a news conference on Memorial Day. The president said the North Koreans were right issue. An official statement calling Joe Biden a fool of low IQ. I think I agree with them on that moments after Air Force One. Touched down at joint base Andrews, the Biden team released, its reply senior aide said Mr. Trump's remarks are beneath the dignity of the office, adding to be on foreign soil on Memorial Day and decide repeatedly with a murderous dictator against fellow American, and former vice president speaks for itself. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House. Let's check back in with Tracy Taylor now. She has our Cairo radio realtime traffic..
"dr liana" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"USA radio news with Rick Vincent with any more states considering bills to follow Alabama, and Georgia in passing strict abortion, bans Planned Parenthood. President Dr Liana wind says women have the right to be upset when in this country are paying attention. We are outraged. We know who is standing up for us in our healthcare, and who wants to take away our rights and democratic presidential candidate breach. Sanders says conservatives and the religious right have launched a war on abortion rights right now all across the station. There is a well-funded attack coordinated by right wing extremists stream to deny women the right to control their own bodies and their own futures within the next week or so as governor plans to sign a Bill restricting abortions after eight weeks of pregnancy. You're listening to USA radio news. Blue star Medicated ointment works fast to relieve the pain of almost any skin irritation. It's amazing. It's like as soon as you put it on. You can feel it working. We've had blue star in the family for years. It worked on everything. I love the cooling sensation on my athlete's foot relief from nothing worked on that, right? Rex until I try blue star blue star is great for scalping loops for the white box. With the Bruce star in the first aid section feel Bruce star work fast, or your money back at deed, we believe resume is rate, we to see an overview of a candidate but you're not hiring resume hiring.
"dr liana" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"A dangerous weapon. John Ernest claimed online that he was inspired by the attacks on the mosques in New Zealand and the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting. Researchers at UC San Diego published study yesterday establishing a link between the weed killer roundup and severe cases of liver disease in humans. The researchers found that residue from the weed killer was higher in the urine of subjects with liver disease, regardless of possible underlying factors in sports. The San Diego gulls will open the American Hockey League's Western Conference finals Friday at Rosemont Illinois against the Chicago wolves right now Lindbergh field, it's cloudy and sixty one degrees. AM seven sixty K F, FM B, talk and breaking news. CBS news update, antiabortion and abortion rights. Activists are paying close attention to Alabama CBS's Kate Smith, Alabama abortion lava just happened. Tuesday night is a near total ban state, prohibits all abortion that would happen in state during no exceptions for rape or incest. And he only exception does make or women who life can be because of the day now goes to Alabama governor Kay Ivey who has yet to speak publicly about the Bill the Bill supporters hope it will eventually lead to the overturning of Roe v. Wade opponents are also gearing up for a fight Planned Parenthood president Dr Liana win the Alabama governor size into long. She should know that Planned Parenthood is ready to fight it in the courts because banning safe legal abortions is unconstitutional. It's illegal. It's unethical and the cost will be women's lives. CBS news update.
"dr liana" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Time in our country with rising. Internal. Rising syphilis rates and poor health outcomes. Overall, we must understand Planned Parenthood as an integral part of the public health infrastructure around the country. Well, let's let's go to a recent court victory. You had in fact, just in the last few days dealing with the title ten program, and what's called the Trump gag rule. I explained people titled ten is and then explain the gag rule. And what a judge ruled the other day. Title is our nation's program for affordable, birth, control and reproductive healthcare. It's been around for nearly fifty years, and it's through this program that that four million women and families with low income are able to access cancer screenings, birth control and other primary and preventive services. Many of the people served titled ten would not be able to get care any other way, they're often people in rural areas people without access to health insurance in what the Trump administration has done is to put a gag on title ten saying that physicians nurses, who work in a house centers that receives funding are now not able to provide our patients with full and accurate medical information. Which is something that we would never consider doing for any other aspect of healthcare. And frankly is one more example of how this administration is fine. Really out in a tacking one aspect of healthcare, which is reproductive, healthcare and women's healthcare. So Planned Parenthood has sued the Trump Pence administration, we joined the American Medical Association in this and actually over one hundred medical nursing and public health groups have stood in opposition to this gag rule because it forces us healthcare providers to compromise our ethics and to provide incomplete information to our patients last week. We received news from two from two different courts that there is a preliminary injunction to block the title ten gag rule from taking effect which is a great victory to millions of patients around the country. It means that they can still to receive here at Planned Parenthood and other health centers that provide them with essential healthcare visits temporary though. And we will be continuing to fight this from Penza ministration and this unethical illegal in dangerous counsel. Yeah. I. I know it's a temporary restraining order. I would be absolutely shocked. If it does not turn into a preliminary injunction, and ultimately, resolve the way, you think I don't think that the United States government can order a physician to violate the Hippocratic oath, which is exactly what they've asked you to do. So I I'm feeling good about your chances on that one. Let's and by the way, if you're just joining us, we're speaking with Dr Liana win who is the new president of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America and the Planned Parenthood action fund, doctor, let's move onto the other hot topic. Which is this heartbeat legislation. That is being passed in shocking number of states. I find it to be very dangerous because it basically says that at the time that fetus has a heartbeat which correct me if I'm wrong, I believe is roughly six weeks, you can no longer. Go ahead with an abortion, despite the fact that most women don't know that they're pregnant at the moment of heartbeat is that accurate..
"dr liana" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Got the cable news blues. Try rational radio the Rick hunger show. Welcome back to the reconquer show. Well to say that abortion is always one of the most controversial topics. Anybody can take on in this country. Lately. It seems to have reached some new heights some new levels some new, well, I don't know the only way I know how to put it is strangeness as I see legislatures in states around the country adopting laws that just are for the most part nonsensical. I don't care if you're a supporter of abortion, although I don't think anybody's supports abortion. I think people's support a women's right to make her own choice whenever you're feelings. Some of these things are just getting to be crazy. Well, we wanted to catch up on where things stand in this area. And maybe talk about a few other things and to do that we are now joined by the president of Planned Parenthood, Dr Liana when Dr one a pleasure to have you on the program. Thank you so much. Glad to join you today. Well, you know before we start. I just wanna tell you something I have been paying attention to you since you took over as in the top job there in the past few months, and I want to say that I really appreciate how much time you are taking to talk about the other healthcare services that are provided to millions of people in this country. Not all women, by the way, through the Planned Parenthood locations. I just wanted to say I think it's great that you're making people aware that there's more to Planned Parenthood than just the controversial parts. Well, I appreciate your your had any on on the show today. And I think it's important to talk about all the work that we do at Planned Parenthood. I am so proud and privilege to be president of this organization that has meant so much to millions of people around the country, including my own family. I was a patient Planned Parenthood. So with my mother so with my sister, just like one in five women in America. We are proud to serve millions of women. Also, then families and non binary people were proud to serve all people, and we are one of the few national healthcare organizations that have a presence in all fifty states we provide again, we're proud to provide abortion care because abortion is part of the full spectrum of reproductive healthcare and must be discussed in that context..
"dr liana" Discussed on KTRH
"It's not causing too many issues. Just be prepared to tap on those breaks, I'm in Metcalf in the KTAR, h Gulf Coast windows dot com. Twenty four hour traffic center headed up to around eighty there are some wind advisories tonight stray shower thunderstorm early then clearing the overnight low to around fifty tomorrow, sunshine and seventy two sunny on Monday to open up the work week. I'm Jeff Eno from the Weather Channel sixty eight on the island sixty six in the woodland Seventy-three in Sugarland and probably the prettiest nicest day we've had in about five years. Seventy degrees at the KTAR h. Tax defenders twenty four hour weather center. Hope you're enjoying it. KTAR h news time three oh one. Our top story will already has a green jacket, they doubted we've ever seen it. But here it is. Jim Nance, of course, talking about Tiger Woods win. Tiger Woods won the master's today. He had been playing since early this morning. The tournament started earlier than usual because they wanted to avoid storms that maybe on their way to Augusta flight aware is reporting more than twenty seven hundred flights or delayed in more than seven hundred canceled as another round of severe weather is making travel tough and residents in Franklin, Texas. That's just north of Bryan. College station are spending Palm Sunday picking up the pieces of shattered lives after an e f three tornado ripped through the town of north college. That's north of college station, injuring at least twelve people. Now. This is what they heard yesterday afternoon tornado on the ground headed toward Franklin. And then the south to children died near Lufkin after a tree fell on their car while they were writing three people were injured in Houston county. Eighty at around eight thirty this morning league city nine one one received a call that included what sounded like a single gunshot from inside the home. When officers arrived at the home, they found two bodies with visible gunshot wounds. There were three children inside the home at the time of the shooting. None of whom was harmed. Police say that the case remains under investigation and in national news peak, but 'age is the mayor of south bend, Indiana right now that he today officially declared that he is running for president of the United States. It is three oh three, you know, break ups or bad enough. But now you need to uncouple your digital life when you break up or divorce. He's still relationship. Dr Liana says couples who have access to passwords can be risky because of broken heart can cause a lot of distress. Sometimes it can get pretty ugly and aggressive and violent whether you're sending emails to the new people in your life or. Airing dirty laundry. You just never know. And I think you should protect yourself from any of those possibilities. She says it shouldn't be about your comfort level, instead take the high road and consider the other person's feelings. So when it comes to paying Audrey Morton, NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h but it was all their fault. In sports rockets start their post gains post-season game tonight against the jazz. We'll have that game right here for you on KTAR, h broadcast starts at seven thirty. But we forget that game. There's some others. The Boston Celtics in Indiana Pacers will open their best of seven this afternoon with a one PM eastern time tip off at TD garden. That's fall by the succeed in the west Oklahoma City, thunder going up against the third seed, Portland trailblazers where they three thirty PM eastern time start than the top seed in the east, the Milwaukee Bucks. We'll take on the Detroit Pistons tip off slated for seven PM eastern time and the night wraps up with a Western Conference opener between the Utah Jazz and the Houston Rockets, Matt Napolitano, Fox News the Astros made it two in a row in Seattle last night and Garrett Cole pitches today. Pre-game is on now on sports talk seven ninety Astros are off tomorrow. So they can file their taxes in Tuesday night there in Oakland for two game series. They will not be back home until April twenty second against the twins. News on demand KTAR H dot com. Our next update will be at three thirty breaking news as it happens. Now. It's smart money with Doug horn. I'm Sally Adams on Houston's news, weather and traffic station. Newsradio seven forty KTAR h. Welcome to smart money.
"dr liana" Discussed on KTRH
"Coast one does dot com. Twenty four hour traffic center. Weekend will end on a quieter notes. Still twenty percent chance for stray shower early this evening, otherwise partly cloudy. We are breezy. Those drop down though, fifty sunny and gusty for your Sunday. Highs OB low seventies sunny upper seventies on Monday. I'm Todd Bork. The Weather Channel fifty degrees in the Woodland's fifty eight tenth KTAR H top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center. KTAR news time one oh one. Our top story. Police in the third ward on Alabama yesterday saw young man approach a car when he saw the police he took off on foot. The police chased him in the young man pointed a pistol at them police officer shot the young man in the leg. HP official TR Fenner spoke with our TV Parker channel two if area so bad that you think that you have to go somewhere else. Nobody wants often Bob suits. We want everybody going home in the the suspect is hospitalized in fair condition. Three new lawsuits have been filed in response to the recent chemical fire endear part the suits are on behalf of three people who live near the IT chemical storage facility that went up in flames last month. Each lawsuit seeks one million dollars in damages for negligence. The residents claim that chemicals released by the fire caused them to. Be exposed multiple times resulting in illnesses and injury the suits. Also name IT spokeswoman Alice Richardson, saying she failed to properly inform and warn the public about the dangerous levels of chemicals in the air after the fire. Coriolis NewsRadio seven forty KTAR H as breakup weren't hard enough. Now, you need to uncouple your digital life when you break up or divorce he psoriasis therapies, Dr Liana says couples who have access to passwords can be risky because of broken heart can cause a lot of distress. Sometimes they can get pretty ugly and aggressive and violent weather. It's sending emails to the new people in your life or airing dirty laundry. You just never know. And I think you should protect yourself from any of those possibilities. She says it shouldn't be about your comfort level. Instead take the high road and consider the other person's feelings when it comes to pain Audrey Morton, NewsRadio seven forty KTAR Terry KTAR, h news time one zero three the space. Industry is a growing business now, but there are worries about its potential longevity. Dr Morgan remember with space in history museum says the space industry right now reminds him of the computer.
"dr liana" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"This woman's not bright. She's not bright at all. Why did she vote to fund them then or is this one of those things where it's she's morally? Correct. It doesn't matter. She's factually, correct. Right. Is that is that one of those things I'm I'm curious. I'm super curious about all of that. Oh my gosh. I want to I want to switch this up because we talk about in other ways in which we could perhaps fund the. Border wall while not just the border because this isn't just about border wall. This is about ultimately. Resources for border security, et cetera et cetera. Planned Parenthood who how long has Planned Parenthood said that they they're number one mission is not actually abortion. It's healthcare. Okay. Well, they're they're lean their doctor didn't. The president of Planned Parenthood. The former Baltimore City health Commissioner Commissioner and. Physician Dr Liana when? This is what she said. And I quote, our core mission is providing protecting and expanding access to abortion. Direct. Quote. Ryan.
"dr liana" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Somebody's got to do something gotta do see somebody's gotta do some if it saves one life, it'll be worth it. We can give up sixty million children for one woman. Can't we for more right? I mean there's more women on the planet that meant so it'd be more than thirty million. Yeah, thirty two thirty three million somewhere in there. Yeah, more than half are going to be women. Da incredible just of believable. That's incredible. Just had a frightening thought. I wonder in twenty twenty two worried about who's going to run for brokers Trump's, you know he's gonna. But if in the future we get a an vodka, Chelsea ticket. That would be interesting listing. Yeah, I think you could. I could to think you could. Not be good. Ivanka won't be on that. That would not be good. Ivanka's not conservative. She's she's, I think she's done an okay, absolutely selfie, conservative across the aisle with her friend. Chelsea? Yeah, right. Running man. They're good friends. So that tells you a lot. There's a new Planned Parenthood president. It's Dr Lena win, and she she was responding to the views, sunny host saying there's a lack of transparency at Planned Parenthood. But Dr Liana win says no federal funding goes towards abortion. Wait what?.
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"dr liana" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"I have the privilege of speaking here with dr liana study she was in an abusive relationship in her teen years resulting in a pregnancy she was living in a hugely conservative mennonite community and culture she was walking away from her faith in god her story continues as she joins me here so now walking away from your identity as midnight and as a believer you're having to rebuild brick by brick an identity of your own on your own terms or at least attempt to what form did that tape right i have to say that i was i felt unmerciful shame even though the congregation after we confess the congregation for gave us we were not shunned in any form away i knew that i would look down upon and i knew that i had brought shame to my family and to my community and i was devastated and so i became quite depressed and my husband and i then we had to get married and we moved to another little town fairly close and i really tried to avoid my community you married the person who had once threatened your life who had consistently threatened my life yes every day then a day of fear for you fear for your safety and the safety of your child please tell me the story has a happy ending i mean can you tell me about your liberation route you know yeah i mean obviously i did get liberated.