5 Burst results for "Dr Malo"

"dr malo" Discussed on GSMC Technology Podcast

GSMC Technology Podcast

09:19 min | 2 years ago

"dr malo" Discussed on GSMC Technology Podcast

"That. You want to be healthier? You just don't know. What to do all these shows telling you this and that, but nothing seems to work will listen close. Golden State media Cossacks has got something. Great for you. The health and wellness podcast dedicated to work out healthy eating habits, diet and everything about healthy living. Join us in our banters as we help you not just live life to the fullest. Let live it to the healthiest. Welcome back to the technology podcast in a segment we're talking about where sports and technology of crossover. I mean, if you haven't listened to money other podcasts do couple other sports podcasts here on the GMC to podcast network. But we're gonna talk about tech and sports here in this segment. Ideally, we're gonna be talking about safety, and how technology can help keep our athletes more safe and keep them on the field longer and keep them from getting these nasty, or at least we're able to find out if they had these nasty head injuries. There's lots of different technology regarding real time. Time information, grabbing obviously protection we have these new helmets. We have new pads? They're coming out. They'll talk about later in the segment, but right now, we're talking about a mouthguard actually that you can you can that is now going to be on sale for. Football select flick, sports sporting suck at schools and use OC will be able to buy this headwear for their athletes and his mouth guard that actually has an app connected to it as help prevent biometrics. And it it where you were the mouthguard actress normal now, obviously and help keep your teeth from getting knocked out if you get pops in the mouth, but it also is going to give your trainer a real or coach a real time assessment of how your brain function, how your brain isn't of your separate a concussion or not. I mean, we now we have all these different regulations and rules regarding concussion protocols that are usually done off a visual tests where you have athletes in front of a doctor, and whether they're going to be testing there is testing their motor functions. What what have you those improve in inconclusive or just not as trustworthy as as these as a real time? Data can be a cat. Can be. I mean, we have magin having an app on the sideline as it as a trainer with your entire roster on all these guys were in these little or ladies wearing these little mouth guards. And you somebody gets hit in the head. You can Amelie look at the app. Look at your look at the readings, and it could tell you if they're in danger for concussion or if they've suffered one because the I'm concussions it is. It is really about early detection. And it's gonna be a nice way to to keep these people say, I mean, these these are athletes we like watching on TV, these athletes that are putting their playing sports that are they're passionate in the last one. Last thing we want to see is is something terrible happen to them or have some sort of head injury that is gone unnoticed as we have seen in the past. They have been an issues within National Football League and concussions that we have seen. Documentaries come out. We there was a movie with wool Smith came out. Call concussion that. Was about. C T E, which is a disease that you get in the brain have lesions in the brain after repeated concussions, and where you have had doctors that found out what it was and try to approach the NFL about it. And they weren't able to get any kind of traction there. And actually the NFL ended up trashing one of the trashing the career of one of the medical examiner's, Dr Malo who was he was played by Wilson in the movie, but he's now works out in California. But it's interesting it just interesting magic if he had technology like this where he's able to get readings in real time from hits that happen seconds before. So about versus cutting having to cut into people's brains that were donated from previous NFL players you. That's what that's where they were able to find out and then. Find out what C T E is. And how what the effects concussions can have on people. Also in sports, obviously, we have a lot of different technologies going on these days. When it comes to player safety. We have these we have new football pads that are just very very good. And now all these helmets, and our actually developing even a they're developing a new kind of turf that is going to be it's a high tech turf that has civic of little padding underneath the grass where you can kinda give just has more give to it. So when it because we have all these injuries caused by guys hitting or lays hitting the ground head first whether they're being tackled or they fall to the ground or push the there's a lot of sports whether it's men's or women's. There have our our contact sports rehab people falling to the ground, and he had the ground isn't soft people. Just it's it's it's definitely it's in the come come out you pretty quick. So if we are able to get field with turf that have a little more give have this special cushioning underneath it. That'd be quite quite the advancement in our sport, sports technology and keeping our players safe. So when it comes to that. That's definitely something we need think about the problem is here with all these gadgets. I was just talking about the mouthguard is the price point hasn't quite reached the fact where it's. I mean, obviously, it can be it's re-. It's not reasonable. Let's say it's a reasonable price point. Quite yet. For like say, you're going to buy for your son is this. Oh, you're young young young kid, right right away. I mean this Mel card is two hundred dollars one hundred nine and the storage cases in additional thirty nine dollars. I mean, that's not quite the price point. We want to in order to make it affordable for apparent of of eight year old or nine year old or whatever have you that even they don't even have to play tackle football people concussions in soccer, people Gushin's in the cross and they talk to in basketball baseball, all of the place. So the fact that they need to make maybe make the technology little more Ford -able for whether it's a individual family buying for their kid or make it maybe it's a team that can't quite afford buying whatever fifty of them for full team twelve for basketball team doesn't matter to the numbers adept. So this this technology is out there. But we seem to make a little more Ford -able for everybody. To to get going here. We have new pads can do the same thing football pads that what you can you can wear that have sensors in them that will give you a little more kinky view a reading or have a little more protection. And when it comes to concussions and concussion blows. They protect your protect your bone structure into keep keep it away from were kind of spread the entire kinetic blow across a flat plain versus having appointed injury. Where you're going to lead to. To specific pain in whether it's broken bones or a separated shoulder bested knee. I mean, this is this is where we're getting to sports they're getting faster and faster, and this is the crossover from technology and sports while we have to make improvements. Do our our safety and our into our gear that will help these players and teams keep stay healthy and stay on the field and play for longer and play smarter and play more confident because they'll worse than you wanted somebody who's not who's not confident enough because they're afraid they're gonna get hurt. Again. I've been I remember going to school having these players get hurt two or three times. Others just came back from a knee injury had surgery dollar rehab and everything and then they get hurt again. So I mean, if there's any team the tech world that. Anything in the tech sector that can start working to little more getting some more advanced -ment seen some more companies out there get going. It's definitely when it comes to sports safety sports are pretty popular regarding we have a United States millions of kids playing soccer millions of kids playing baseball. I mean, even tackle football at youth level is becoming more and more popular. We have to keep those kids safe. There's gonna be more and more technology technological advancements. When it comes to helmets. In the fact that down we're going to have these special foam in different kinds of ways to keep these helmets and get them from being more concussion concussion prone and get them more to where it's more of

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"dr malo" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"dr malo" Discussed on This American Life

"Slash American ZipRecruiter, the smartest way to hire. To smack knife my glass each. You're gonna program, of course, which is some theme from different kinds of stories on that theme today, show crime scenes in the stories they tell. So today's episode for years ago, but in putting together the rerun, we all realised here we did actually have a question about crime scenes. The comes from stuff that's been in the news recently. Bennett a mile. I'm our forensic apologised Anura pathologist after Stefan. Kark was shot by Sacramento police back in March county. Coroner did the official autopsy for the state. The family also hired a well-known for men's pathologist named Bennett Ahmadu to do an autopsy for them, and he announces findings at this press conference. If you remember that case Stefan Clark was unarmed twenty two years old shot by police multiple times. Analysis came up before the county coroner's and it was definitive about a number of things though. A total of eight gun show ones meaning got he was heat eight Willie's I shot a Maui said, hit Stefan Clark on the side, and then spun him around to his back was to the officers. Then six of the shots were to his back as a different story than the police had told. We said he was advancing towards them when they fired. So. Proposition hospital price sent. That he was sailing. The officers is inconsistent. With the failing forensic evidence weeks later, the county released its report. It was different. Dr. Mao is reporting some significant ways. I, it said there were seven bullets, not eight. It said only three shots to the back, not six. And the first shot county said it was probably to his thigh and the car probably was walking towards the officers when it happened, and we wondered here to show how could something so basic be in dispute the number of shots, whether they entered from the back from the front. Does that indicate the one of the autopsies deliberately spinning the results or these actual honest scientists said, we disagreeing about the evidence in front of them. Last doctor, Judy melanin veteran forensic pathologist does autopsies in San Francisco, and she said these kinds of discrepancies happen all the time. When there were two autopsies of the same person said in these kinds of cases, the fish. Topsy the coroner's office usually happens first and then the family gets to do their autopsy after that. That's true. Even though the family usually goes public with their results, I as happened in this case. So Dr mullenix says picture, okay, two autopsies but two doctors. The first autopsy done by the coroner's office alters the body and changes the evidence. So it makes it a lot more difficult for the second pathologist. When the second pathologist gets the body, it's already been washed clean. So it doesn't have any bloodstains trace residue. The first pathologists already cut open the body as already removed the bullets. So when Dr Malo got the body, he didn't have the bullets anymore. They had been taken out by the first autopsy and he didn't have access to the rays of the body from the first autopsy, which would to show him where the bullets had been. He also didn't have the organs in their proper orientation in the body. The organs had been taken out by the previous autopsy pathologist and sliced up to. To identify the wound tracks and then put in a plastic bag inside the body cavity. So the first pathologist has that advantage because they got the body pristine and it wasn't altered in this way. Melanie says that could be lots of disagreement, and it can be honest disagreement between pathologists. They are people looking at different sets of data, so they come to different conclusions. So, and with that, we have arrived at three of our program at three return to the scene of the crime. You know this, this truism in detective fiction that a criminal always returns to the scene of the crime. It turns out in real life that actually is not very common at all, except among arsonists arsonist apparently like to see the fires they've set. And then some of them are actually caught when police look at pictures taken of crowds at fires, and then this is rare. Maybe not. Nobody really keeps track of this kind of thing. They're the people who circle back to the scene of the crimes to undo to raise something earliest promise that it's never going to happen. Again..

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"dr malo" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"dr malo" Discussed on The Takeaway

"When you saw that what were people talking about when that cartoon came out will a how sad it was and be unfortunately how realistic it is bling black in america and so one level meeting people were not necessarily surprise but certainly hurt about the data because oftentimes has i said we've talked about the role of class but when you start looking at children who are born to parents in the top one percent basically millionaires and in that case for black families as well in these still have likely chance of of the downward mobility in indian the bottom quintile so i think that that raises questions among my friends and colleagues saying what is it about american society what is it about our institutions what is it about racism what is it about the overall lived experience whether you'd be black male or female but certainly blackmail that is leading to these types of income gaps that we see and what as a society are we going to do about it so thinking about the labor market thinking about institutions thinking about the ways that we create support systems and mentoring systems and and so forth that are necessary to be successful dr malo andre hudson thank you so much for being with us thank you malo andrea hudson is associate professor at columbia university and director of the urban community and health quality lab and we wanted to know how does your economic situation compared to your parents.

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"dr malo" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"dr malo" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Well for our for your patience and four listening on this friday to writer the new with me bill writer sylvia's portrayed up um and no problem i probably up to like it was important topic up feel like the nfl they should be good they should take advantage of that and it will help those his sports because we watch these kids go if i play football high school i have friends who played in college i've seen people say pro second fikret's whole on you and i like the fact that there dressing it because i remember plan football and i'm 47 that sweden this dress head injury we kind of shake flake but people that i realize you have a life after this for you got families who have kids these players out here they needs to see well fake needs to realise that even though this is their life is still a career and they still have people that have to pay switched to i think this doing this will save this for people into research in the money and try to figure out but nfl so when it comes to different levels of sports we more kitchen to it what does that black people i talk about this bridge i'm glad to be i'm glad that people were are calling including yourself and listen thank you for the thoughts mom i am optimistic that if in fact after dr malo and his team can take this one situation of diagnosing accurately see tina living person can't as they hope and plan to do raise the money for trials get through those trials perfect the technique and get it peerreviewed if it doesn't affect become accepted science in fact it is not a death knell for the sport is one of the things that can protect it and this is the most important thing the people who play that every level high school college the nfl whatever may be all right i wanna talk to them and a fell this upcoming weekend preview some of the games get into some of the story lines and try to get some clarity on the nfc will do that with heath evans fourplayer current nfl network analysts when we come back back to the show right of the.

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"dr malo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"dr malo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Five forty laura gene the laura ingraham show thermometer almost said the world over i hit world over on the brain which are going to be recording tonight at 'eatable utn and by the way our last kiss doctored bennett o'malley will join me for owed a fulsome interview get into this and so many of your questions allen from north carolina you wanted to ask what i understand and appreciate the overwhelming evidence brain injury in it among nfl player option but i would assume that the impact is much wider remote child's play or saw bordering immunity any similar study conducted among child and adolescent football players you dr malo he he referenced that earlier and our interview here he'll talk about it again tonight but those study says a swedish study i think that he quoted and the the investigated one hundred cases young players and they found two ehlass symptoms suicide rates gone up druguse accelerated and a decline in memory so yes they are not taking the blows that a professional nfl player is enduring but you don't have to have a severe blow to injure the young brain that's at least my understanding the book gets into some detail of this some of it it'd be in which excess civil but it's very granular of but he according to doctor ahmad lou young people particularly are susceptible because he is seeing at younger and younger ages people with this condition ct is not restricted to nfl players there there's a caller that to that he's of combat veteran who's been diagnosed with it there are soccer players who have been diagnosed with a race car drivers may anyone who take boxers lacrosse players he told me he told me earlier and we were doing it pre interview he would never let his child play lacrosse because that is the worst sport for cte lacrosse because for whatever reason it's a very aggressive sport and the head against the head is covered or not your heads not covered area had the padding that.

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