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"dr officers" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Traffic. Now he chair news time is one of shoe. I'm Julie. The vin New Corner virus numbers this afternoon from the Arizona Department of Health Services. As of this morning AZ DHS reporting 482 New Koven. 19 cases and seven deaths. The number of positive cases now approaching 890,466 people have now died from Corona virus since the pandemic began, more than 5.5 million people in Arizona have had at least one dose of the covert 19 vaccine, John Roller. Katya Our news Tempe police arresting a 40 year old woman for killing her two Children. The woman flagged down an officer yesterday morning and told him she was hearing voices telling her to kill her nine year old girl and seven year old boy. Police found their bodies and sadden apartment near Mill Avenue and her most Dr officers have been there. Earlier, responding to a domestic dispute between the woman and her husband he had slept in this vehicle overnight will continue to keep you updated. People have returned home in Minnehaha for misery and horse defacing after evacuations were lifted last night with a 5500 acre tastic fire seven miles southwest of Crown King. It's now 82% contained rush to mate with Arizona Forestry is among the more than 450 people fighting the fire. We understand and wanted to get you back in as quickly as possible. The Team and the operations. Success in the firefighting enabled us to do that. No structures have been lost. Crown King remains closed to all non residents. When you get on a roller coaster you read for the thrills yesterday. 22 Coaster Riders gotta ride Where least half a ride they'll never forget. Firefighters had to rescue the writers from the roller coaster at castles and coasters and Phoenix. The car stalled about 20 ft. Off the ground. Writers had to climb down ladders to get back on solid ground. There were no injuries. Let's get a check now on traffic in the Valley Chevy dealers traffic center Josh K. He's down in the 10. There's a car on fire on the 35th Avenue off ramp. Use caution if you're exiting the freeway here than eastbound on the loop to 02 South Mountain Freeway Lookout for a crash of the 32nd Street, Gore Point area westbound on the one Oh one weaken construction, closing it down from Scottsdale Road until Tatum Boulevard trying to get with Mayo instead. And there's a crash on Union Hills east of 51st Avenue. This report is sponsored by Discover Wanna hear something amazing Discover matches all the cash back. You weren't on your credit card at the end of your first year Learn more discovered dot com slash manage.
"dr officers" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"The officer who shot 20 year old Dante, right, just outside Minneapolis and her police chief have resigned. Brooklyn center Mayor Mike Elliott announced he received the letters of resignation from Officer Kim Potter and police chief Tim Gannon. The White House covert response teams attempting these concerns over the recommended pause concerning the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. That recommendation came from the FDA and CDC because of concerns about very rare blood clots. Ah White House covert coordinator Jeff Zion says it won't have a significant impact on the national vaccine distribution program. A San Antonio and Austin are both pausing All Johnson and Johnson coronavirus inoculations. San Antonio. Assistant city manager, Dr Colleen Bridger says they just want to keep the public safe and believe it's important to study those reports after six people develop those severe complications from the shot. Two people have died following a shooting in the medical center area of Police say the men were found this morning outside a hotel in Fredericksburg Road close to Louis Pester Dr officers are not sure why the shots rang out, but noted a gun has been recovered from the scene. The Bear County district attorney is calling his sight and release program for low level marijuana offenders a success, GIO Gonzalez says in 2020. Only 16 cases for a small amount of marijuana were taken up by his office. Results of that in about a year and a half over 3500 people have avoided being arrested for low level misdemeanor offenses. Pieces. The program has prevented more than 3500 people from going to jail. Several U. S. Senators are finding Major League Baseball's decision to move the All Star Game out of Atlanta after Reese. Sent early voting laws were passed there. A senator Ted Cruz says he wants to end MLB's immunity from antitrust laws. Major League Baseball has had an exemption.
"dr officers" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Even used Moreland Avenue Jonesborough Road to help you get to I 20 and again take that eastbound over to the east side of 2 85 more in minutes on WSB. I'll tell you how the weekend will start off in five minutes. I'm wsb Neurologist Kirk Polish WSB news time is 6 32. This is Atlanta's morning news. Here's Marcie Williams, the Chris Chandler. As of today, governor camp rolling back almost all the rest of the state's cove in 19 restrictions, but As WSVN. Michelle write reports live. Several business owners say they are not ready to return to a pre pandemic normal just yet, Chris, that's absolutely right. In a video statement, the governor says he's lifting the restrictions that banned gatherings of 50 more people and others like capacity caps at restaurants, bars, gyms and concert venues, a move he says will continue to help the state's economy in the middle of a pandemic. Georgia has broken economic development records and with the lifesaving vaccine now being administered, we're taking steps every day to return to normal. So far, 2.9 million Georgians have received at least one dose of the covert vaccine. Citing that and the decline in cases, Kemp says, Now is the time where these restrictions can be lifted. But microbiologist Dr Ambush, Mickey says a little more time would have been even better. I mean, if we could have waited 3 to 4 more weeks, we could have been in a much safer position. Restaurant owner Ryan Bernice Tells Channel two action news. He's tourney between the two points of view is very difficult because I'm not getting that opportunity toe make that revenue and on the other side, you know it's the safety issue. So you know, I mean, I gotta be honest, I'm in the middle. Many business owners say they'll likely keep the protocol's going for at least a little while longer. Reporting live, Michelle, right, 95.5 WSB. Case closed in the gold dome door knocking incident Fulton County's D A says she will not prosecute the Georgia state lawmaker arrested for obstruction of disturbance at the state Capitol last month. And it seems Fulton County's top prosecutor, agrees. District Attorney Funny will is closing the case against state representative Park Cannon, who was handcuffed and semi dragged out of the capital. As the governor signed George's new voting law. After she repeatedly knocked on the door to gain admission. A state trooper says he feared cannons actions would lead to an insurrection similar to the deadly one of the U. S. Capital D. A. Willis says Kenan's actions don't warrant felony charges, even if some of her colleagues and the police found them annoying. Veronica Waters. 95.5 WSB Atlanta police make public an important new clue in the Saturday Hidden run, which killed a 28 year old man they have released witnessed Dashcam video of a great Grand Cherokee speeding from the scene. After hitting Ethan McAllister near Piedmont Road and Lindbergh. Dr. Officer Anthony Grant tells WSB it could be easy to spot. We suspect there should be some kind of front and damaged but I mean the vehicle was traveling extremely fast as you could see in the video that driver almost hit, another pedestrian will speak. In a way a go fund me account will raise money for a memorial. For McAllister. One friend posted was the life of the party and the sweetest soul. I've been blessed to know. So we have talked over and over this past year about what seems like a contradiction fewer cars on the road during the pandemic, even while the number of highway deaths has spiked 24% in a year. Law enforcers site speeding, Do you wise culprits and distracted driving? Roger Hayes in the State Office of Highway Safety, says some of the worst crashes happen when somebody is eating young female driver that was trying to eat pizza and use dipping sauce at the same time and drive with her leg. Unfortunately, she was, she did crash and she died with the.
Police Investigating Apparent Murder-Suicide in Howard County Near Washington DC
"County are investigating a murder suicide in Colombia Detectives Leave that 31 year old Kyle Hartley, but shot his wife, A. Lien also 31 years old and then killed himself. Early Sunday morning. It happened on Oak Bush terrorists off team are Dr officers had gone to the home to check on the couple's welfare after a neighbor reported hearing gunshots at around three in the morning. Motive for the shooting is unknown and around the
"dr officers" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"That does not get that does not give him the right to attack. Police officers. January Change the laws protest. No, I brought it. I look exactly that. That's that's my entire point that that that that's that's my entire point. When I was the satisfaction they want what I was saying to Maya King was that Yet that particular situation on January 6th evolved into a riot slash interaction of everyone. Look at it. If this situation here, this protest, which I'm totally fine with with with with making massive peaceful protest it does. It doesn't make a difference at that, that that does not give them the right to be violent to destroy property to attack police officers. And if they do, and if they do, they should be treated like domestic terrorist because that's what that is. So, JD. Okay, so hold on a second. I want to get into a back and forth, but I'm just saying right now. People are not going to get what they want. Because I know as a police officer, you are never going to get their harshest pun punishment. I just want to say one thing. Taliban. Kevin, I want to ask you a question. Hang on one second, you could be labeled a domestic. I just want to make a very important distinction here When you threatened the life of a politician in this case, it could be a Nancy Pelosi or Chuck Schumer. You stormed the capital. And on social media. You say you were going to behead Nancy Pelosi. That is why you're labeled a domestic terrorist. If you set something on fire, or you break into a building like a convenience store and steal alcohol, you are not labeled a domestic terrorist. Those are two separate crimes. But Cal got a second. I want to ask Mr Wanna I wanna ask Alvin a question. I don't want to get into a debate with you about that You gave your mind. I want to go back to the call. It's all about the rational but I gave you my opinion on that. You have your opinion on it. If you want to compare the two, that's Fine, but I completely disagree with you, Calvin In regards to this situation. This is what gets me so frustrated with going after George Floyd and the character assassination, Okay? Yes. George Floyd was a bad guy. He's not a hero. However, he's a symbol. He's a symbol of systemic racism and police brutality. I don't look at George Floyd is a hero, but that being said it is disgusting for anybody in that courtroom. In my opinion to go after George Floyd, what the things he's done in his life because it's completely irrelevant. Would you agree, Calton? Told agree, But then that's the justice system. If you can't get him out one way you got to give him another way and they're gonna do that. And that's what I'm just saying. It's gonna fume or anger for people to see George florid being tried in that courtroom when he's been murdered and everybody know it here. It's not so much that they bring up his past because of the fact to say that he should have been killed. That's not the case. It's that he was canonized, and he was turned into a martyr. And George Floyd, who did hold a gun to a pregnant woman's stomach, while his friends robbed her house that did take place. He did spend six different periods behind bars. Yes, he was. He was killed, most likely by Dr Officer Shall Vin, but how many people were killed in the last year? That couldn't have one funeral that that died of Kobe. But there's something in there and their family couldn't even be there. While George George George Floyd had three funerals last year, Okay was he was canonized. He was turned into a martyr. That's what people are angry. Okay, so those people are idiots. Okay, So let me explain. Why completely let me explain. Why let me explain why that's not valid. First of all, bringing up coronavirus and families that are not able to go to funerals. Bringing up coronavirus and things that have nothing to do with funerals has literally zero to do with the George Floyd case. That's number one, and that's what I like to stick on. What what? We're talking about Number two whether George Floyd had 100 funerals Or 1000. Funerals does not change the fact that we had an officer that put a knee over George Floyd's neck for nine minutes and killed him. That is what this this trial's about. It's not about George Floyd's past. It's not about whether George Floyd was a saint, or whether he was an awful human being that's been in and out of jail. It's about those 10 minutes. Whether officer show Vin was justified or not in based on the video that everybody saw. Officers. Showman was not justified, and there is going to be some justice that that's what we're talking about. Not how many funerals George Floyd at which has nothing to do with this truck's it does. No, it doesn't. Yes, it does, because what we're talking about in the last time in the last, well, that's why they're going after script in the last year. Character has something to do with this behavior. 200,000 plus people, United States Again. It Did not have funerals where people attend that have to do with what shall we do? But George Floyd, who was, by all accounts, a horrendous human being had three funeral. What does that have to do with what's 1000? So what? I'm just I'm not talking about what shopping. I'm not saying again. Well, that's what I'm talking about. I explained very clearly that I'm not saying that George Boyd should have died but what you have to do with it. I'm saying after he died the way that he was portrayed by the media as the smarter slash faint So now you're talking about the way the media has portrayed. Why And why? Well, yeah, and why he was doing Yeah. He was given multiple funeral that has nothing to do with the trial. If his family was great $20 million was raised for his particular family with what we're talking about telling you people People nationwide, especially those who stand hair's dyed of covert 19 are like Why did George Boyd get all these things? But But I couldn't even go to my grandmother's funeral. Okay, so I couldn't I couldn't watch my dad die. I couldn't be with their with with my grandmother while while she died again, completely, not what we're talking about. Again. George Floyd could have had 1000 funerals. It has nothing to do with what we're talking about, Cove it and all the horrible situations of people that couldn't go to funerals have zero to do with Officer Sheldon's actions, so I will repeat it again and then we'll hold on a second. Something about kids finished her assassination. Please let me finish. Character assassination has nothing to do. With shall van's actions. That's why they're in a courtroom. That's why Chauvet is on is going to be on trial. We're talking about the 10 minutes that he put his knee over George Floyd's neck That has literally zero to do with how many funerals George Floyd had, He could've had 1000 funerals. Nothing to do with Officer shall van's actions in that 10 minutes, the people who haven't been able to go to funerals because of coded zero to do with Officer Sheldon's behavior. This trial's about one thing and one thing only. How did George Boy die? Was it officer shall burn that committed murder? Was it manslaughter? That's it. It has nothing to do with character assassination. 702 to 575396 is the number to call. Let's go to Roger. Roger is next on the Vegas Take What's up. Roger what's going on? Roger. So what I have to say is, I think show when should be convicted of murder, But I think he's going to get a reduced sentence for A few reasons. I think the defense is gonna probably be able to successfully argue that one hey was so high and fentanyl that that would have been listed as the cause of death. On his death certificate, so I think they might try and approach it is Hey, the guy's gonna die anyways. Roger, can I add something to that? If I may, and then I'll absolutely let you continue and I, By the way, I agree with what you said to start it. By the way, he's gonna get a lenient, more lenient sentence. I agree with you. But here's the problem with that. We had two autopsies one done by Michael Baden That said he died by expectation He died because of the need of the neck. The other one said he died of a heart attack. But here's where they both agreed on two of these They both agreed that it was labeled a homicide. That is Roger that is very important to this case. Both examiners who did everything they needed to do. In their due diligence with the body. Both agreed to the same conclusion that this was homicide, meaning that the neck The knee that was put to the neck caused death. Roger that's going to be very important in this case. Yeah, I think that probably will..
"dr officers" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
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"dr officers" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Your vote Joe Biden taking the lead in the vote count in Pennsylvania. The state's 20 electoral votes would put Joe Biden over the top. There are still 135,000 votes left to be counted and reported here in Pennsylvania. The overwhelming majority of them are mail in ballots where Joe Biden has a significant advantage. Not only has he taken the lead, he is likely to expand it and give himself some cushion to the point where Very well could win Pennsylvania by much wider margin than he won a state like Wisconsin so far, which was a 20,000 vote victory, Republican Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey says the president still has a chance of the Keystone States is probably going to be a valid, legitimate recount, and then there will be legitimate litigation. President Trump still defiant his campaign, claiming quote this election is not over litigation launched in multiple states. Biden also leading in Georgia, narrowing presidents trump Path to 2 70 even further with continuing coverage. Dave Packer ABC News We're back in Louisville now. That's where J. CPS says that there will be no high school football this weekend involving the district's teams, But J C. P s schools will be allowed to play in the cage essay, a playoffs that start next weekend. This will be the third week that J. CPS has not played football due to being in a cove in 19 Red Zone County winter sports are still being allowed to practise in small groups began to have game like simulations in those practices. We're heading to Lexington. Now we're a jockey scheduled a ride in this weekend's Breeder's Cup has tested positive for covert 19 Paul Miles, has more French based jockey Christoph Sumi on received a positive result from a covert 19 test that was administered at Keeneland on Wednesday. It was the single positive result out of the 55 tests administered to all Breeders Cup jockeys. According to procedures in place, Sumi on immediately departed the Keeneland grounds to enter into isolation. He is not showing any symptoms. A few people who came into contact with Sumi on since his arrival have tested negative for covert 19. Sumi on was scheduled to ride order of Australia in the Breeder's Cup mile and tar Gnawa in the Breeder's Cup turf. Both races are Saturday. Paul Miles. News radio 8 40, Yes. We're in the Russell neighborhood Now. That's where a woman who was shot multiple times Thursday night is in critical condition that shooting was on quest, Dr. Officers arrived to find that woman suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. She's taken University hospital where at last check she was in critical condition. The homicide unit has the lead on the case due to the severity of the woman's injuries. Additional details have not been released. If you know anything about what happened, you're asked to call the anonymous tip line. That number is 574 l M p. D. Your next news update is at 11 30. I'm Will Clark News Radio. Wait, 40 w h A s. Here's your chance to win $1000.
"dr officers" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"That after governor Greg Abbott's order expired last week the fourth Catholic diocese planned to resume in person a mass and all ninety one of its parishes well governor got abit allowed retail stores malls restaurants and theaters to open up this weekend to limited occupancies but Houston's mayor Sylvester Turner is against how some people were handling it too many people are walking around in public in public yet without putting on a mass of some sort of face coverings I am concerned in Dallas some businesses have decided it doesn't make sense economically to reopen with just a twenty five percent occupancy limit in other news a suspect in a Dallas shooting incident is still on the run Dallas police are still searching for suspect involved in a shooting incident that occurred early Sunday morning at the eighty ninety block of Lee and Dr officers arrived and located one victim suffering from a gunshot wound to the arm they were then taken to the hospital and were treated for non life threatening injuries the victim told police the suspect fired the gun to adorn header the suspect fled the scene before officers arrived no further information has been released about the suspect the investigation is ongoing Billboard and KLIF news a Texas ice cream company has pleaded guilty in federal court to distributing contaminated good blue bell creameries former CEO Paul Cruz has also been charged with conspiracy and attempted wire fraud in connection to a twenty fifteen Listeria outbreak that left three people dead federal prosecutors say blue bell creameries agreed to pay more than nineteen million dollars in fines and forfeiture as part of a plea agreement on two misdemeanor counts for shipping contaminated ice cream Cruz was also charged Friday with seven felonies for allegedly concealing information about the Listeria contamination his lawyer claims he is innocent my trainer KLIF news now let's take a look at the business page and see how your money's doing here's the latest numbers from network radio Spencer Gallagher good morning Warren Buffett's sure Hathaway annual meeting this weekend he had some optimism on the recovery that was the underlying theme he did sell is airlines last month southwest and American are down ten percent this morning as a result the Dow down two hundred twenty five points that's twenty three thousand four hundred at the open West Texas intermediate crude nineteen fifteen per barrel has done about sixty three cents and Wednesday starts the jobs reports Wednesday Thursday Friday well we really survey the April damage to the jobs market I'm Spencer gallant president make our group network radio dot com how is president trump reacting to George W. bush's video appealing for national unity we'll have that coming up in our cliff notes KLIF news time is seven ten Dallas fort worth is going back there's a reason why Texas created over fifty percent of all jobs in America during the last recession because we're more free if.
Future of Voice Shopping with Shilp Agarwal, Co-Founder and CEO of Blutag
"I am here today with the CEO and Co founder of Blue. Tag shop our welcome. Thank you for being here Dr Officers Today. Yes we're in Princeton New Jersey today. It's very exciting and I noticed that Lincoln was doing some research you had started in the jewelry business and you created this company this e commerce business. Can you tell me a little bit how you got into that? And what did you learn through that process about ECOMMERCE at the time? Absolutely so I got into that business. My background has been pretty much intact and Prior to starting dot I was working at another company where I was managing a lot of their internal website infrastructure. So when Back in two thousand and a lot of websites going online It just seemed like Julia was when it was still wide open. People were there was a lot of books. A lot of household items you could buy but there was no Yup Luna was a company that we're doing diamonds and patterns call Internet diamonds but there was nobody focusing on this mass market affordable jewelry and So I went down to Adam and district by knew somebody who essentially was had a cousin who was a big manufacturer out of the Julia Daman district in New York and pissed him the idea of starting this Selling Jewelry Online. And then we kind of just took it from there so you know and and a lot of the learnings that I had from that business actually helped me get involved with what I'm doing now with voice and the reason for that is that you know we didn't have a lot of other startups back then. Our business was not like venture back. We didn't raise like millions of dollars through venture capital getting luxury to lose a lot of money every year Revenge money and we just kind of took it from there so you know the only way for us to kind of survive especially when it came to dimes like that two thousand eight payment luxury goods selling things. People don't need was really a challenge and You know at that point. We kind of look back a lot at a lot of personalization so you can call it like Bay road designs you know. How do we make sure that anybody who spent something like fifteen hundred dollars for their engagement ring because they were? That's what does the target audience. How do we make sure that a good chunk of them also by that reading banks from US right and not even that at that point we would add another whole new set of A lot product line doing battle party gifts right so it was just about. How do we take a customer The cost to acquire customers extremely high. The only way it was gonNA make sense if you've ever do kind of personalized experience for each customer and segmentation was just not an option you know since then from me. This one on one presentation has been really big. You know whether it's things you need whether things you don't need luxury items and then I'll go back into a little bit of later in the days when we started seeing these initial voice devices started coming in you know Voice Assistance Alexa. Not even that many of them around but for me it was an instant reaction that understanding. Somebody's intent through voice and delivering personalized. Shopping is how bulk of digital chopping. Shoot eventually happen. And that's how I was born and you own the company with your brother which I I always think. That's interesting when people decide to work with a spouse or a sibling friend. They've known for years. What does that like working with your brother? And why is it important that the two of you created this together a few years ago? So yeah I'm working with my brother I think is something that I feel like you know we are first of all very different personalities and I think that really helps us kind of get to our You know what what that does is that you know. There's a lot of times where I might have an idea for example where it is something that I feel maybe is more like a North Star Idea. Right on that point Him being the brains behind all the technology that we have you know so. He's working on a lot of platforms. Before just like I've had startups. He's worked at startups also but his focus has been making sure that. How'd you take a technology company and make it scalable? And that's what he's done all his life so when we talk about you know. Let's say a lofty idea It is great. We don't say that okay. We're not going to get there but having the right path to getting there is something that you know. That's where I get that from him and at the same time I think I just feel like it's just like a little different Relationship when you are able to kind of be able to wake up in middle of the night and have an idea that you want to talk about and you literally can just call Dr. I think that's a unique quality that you don't do that a lot of co-founders even at the other stage but I feel like I can always do that right so even before starting the company I remember even previous businessman he was not in modern that you know I would always remember just walking to work and having some idea of Iran Christmas. Their sales are going really crazy. Like they have some tech issue like literally just getting into the habit of calling him so even before this business. Several years I've always consulted with about a lot of the tech needs that we have to scale a business and I think it was just such a natural thing that when I started this thing. You know it's like we already have this thing going on for the last five years even not working together so why not. Just change that so
"dr officers" Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast
"Should you use an antidepressant bipolar depression to antipsychotic street all psychosis today? We're going to look beyond the categories the psych meds pigeonholed in as we speak with David Officer about the best way to the site net. Welcome to the Consulate Psychiatry. Podcast keeping psychiatry honest since two thousand and three on crusade the editor in chief of the Carlisle Psychiatry. And I'm Kelly Newsom a psychiatric nurse practitioner in a dedicated reader if every shake. We've got a lot of feedback about this month's expert interview with David from Harvard Medical School. Redes- founded practical in practice changing. Which is surprising as these a treatment guidelines. He's talking about usually those quite dull. Dr Officer has spent the last twenty years trying to change that with his collaborators. He's created the Psycho Farm Algorithms for ten different disorders. The bare bones of the algorithms are free online at Psycho Farm Dot M. O. B. I. That's moby Amazon Mary O. B. As in boy I N. Has A book coming out? That will describe them in more detail. He makes the point that these algorithms are different from the usual practice guidelines One of the problems with practice guidelines. That's different from Algorithms is. They tend to be much more general than not as prescriptive as algorithms so have massive reviews of the literature take the APA guidelines. I major depression. First of all they have a whole bunch of treatments that they consider effective and reasonable as first line they range from tricyclic to SS ARISE. Stuff in between and then they discuss each option and then they talk about we have all the psychotherapy for major depression. And there's this kind of therapy and there's that kind and they present the evidence for it but they don't come down in the end on very specific recommendations. They still leave you to make the decision based on this tremendous amount of information they've given you the guideline might be hundreds of pages and I might point out that few people probably read them. Of course I could also say to people probably read our algorithms but they are shorter at least anyway. We TRY TO BE MORE PRESCRIPTIVE. You know what is the best thing you could pick from among all these options that is effective reasonably safe and reasonably cost effective so that we're not adding to the burden of healthcare costs unnecessarily. It seems very bold to make specific recommendations and the approach. You're taking his different summit rocking the boat has there been some Flack back on what you're doing. Well yeah the APA. One of the reasons that they're guidelines are so general is they got a lot in the early phases of doing their guidelines. They got a lot of negative feedback from membership when there were things recommended that were different. From what those clinicians were doing and they here they were experiencing their whole. Apa being against them what they thought was best for them to do from their experience and they were canceling their memberships. And things like that. So that's one of the reasons. Apa tries to be very general and therefore often not terribly useful with their guidelines. Yes we go out on a limb and in the process we make enemies note. No question about it. If you're determined to believe that your practice experience tells you more useful information about what you should do. Then what the evidence says. And you're gonNA find our work very uncomfortable. Some practice guidelines dependent highly on randomized controlled trials most of which are industry funded at the expense of all other sources of data. Dr Oscar tries to balance that by considering real world trials in his algorithms. These trials tend to go on longer than the randomized ones and they include a broader range of patience industry sponsored trials also focus on symptom rating scales. Which may not reflect what patients need. They might be more concerned with functioning than symptoms for example or have goals of their own that a less related to their symptoms sometimes practice guidelines also favor scientific certainty over practical benefits so treatment. That's marginally better than a placebo. Might be given preference if it's backed by. Dozens of class say controlled trials. This is an interesting question though. Would you rather choose an antidepressant that had a small effect size but at least that effect was set in stone through dozens of trials or an antidepressant that had a large effect size but was only back by two trials? I think patients will appreciate Dr Seuss's approached because he gives us much consideration to the side effects as he does to the benefits especially long term risks. That might not show up in a six week. Trial that really shows up with Lanza painful oxygen combination. Some experts ranked at first line for bipolar depression because it has the largest effect size but audra scrape ranked much lower because of its side effects. Yes he had a different spin on lands. Opean fluoxetine legendary affects size in bipolar depression. He thinks the side effects of the drug may also have caused the studies. Double Blind to breakdown effectively inflating the drugs benefit. One of the criticisms in the studies is that are these blinds successful your study. And you're told you're going to get typing ex. Orlando being the explain you the side effects of it or you might get placebo. Great now you start taking it. Well you start getting sedation and that groggy feeling. It's very noticeable. So you start celebrating. Lucked out I'm on the real drug. I'm going to get better. My confidence increases on the other hand. You're feeling what if you're feeling nothing? You didn't get any of that. You have doubts now not lucked out. I got the placebo and after stay on it for six weeks and I'm depressed Why did I even sign up for this? These kinds of things could have affected the blind but they never test to see how successful they're blind was they don't ask people in these major industries controlled studies What do you think you were on? Because they're very afraid that that would invalidate the whole study if it turned out that people successfully guessed what they were on the other issue is that one of these symptoms in rating scales for Depression. Include appetite and sleep so if those improve as side effects that can give you a false impression. That the person's better while the core symptoms of the depression may not have improved that much and in the case of Tien for example in the very first typing versus placebo study. It didn't seem to work in all spheres of symptoms both core depression symptoms and the appetite and weight. All of those improved but in their second study there was much more effect on the appetite and sleep then the chorus symptoms. It still was better than placebo over all those two studies boulder one and boulder to bolt boulder to had come out. I there might have been more skepticism about retire. Pin and how effective it is for bipolar. Depression sit under. I can usually cut a lot from these interviews. And include those excerpts in the podcast. What else do you have for us today? This was a difficult interview to cut because it was so juicy. And I'm glad to bring you hear some of the parts that I really wanted to keep in Dr officers thoughts on Anti psychotics and mania and dementia antidepressants in the elderly and the place of e C T. We'll also hear more about the philosophy behind the our thms but let's start with something we did include in the print edition of the report on the use of antidepressants in bipolar disorder. If every psychiatrist followed your algorithms to the T- what is the biggest change? We'd see in psychiatric practice. Maybe there's no greater example than bipolar depression this is a disorder where there is exceptionally large deviation from what the evidence says and what people are doing and the area where there seems to be the biggest difference is in the use of antidepressants for bipolar depression. They're still being used rampantly. Even in those populations that have the most clear-cut and virtually unanimous consensus among experts that one should avoid antidepressants though is being rapid cycles and those with bipolar mixed presentations despite really impressive evidence.
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"Three one two seven five four seven oh two oh three one two seven five four seven no two are good morning to me on that and following incident in Chicago so if your neighborhood policing officers found a woman and a baby early this morning on the ground in front of an apartment building in the seventy two hundred block of south south shore Dr officers were then directed by security the check in eleven four apartment where they discovered a man with cuts to his face and body and it and been unresponsive in a bathtub the man claimed his daughter began stabbing him and then jump on the eleventh floor with her one year old son Chicago weather some sun then turning cloudy high forty six that's what's happening I'm Perry Williams back with another update in thirty minutes on the Steve Harvey morning show on B. one oh three the Chicago one oh three online if you want to three dot com I heart media whether on hundreds of devices like a let's Xbox and I got a partner use work with any say isn't it hang Ross you know the city name Russell millions millions what are we doing the rest you for right now he slipped well it's not in the we don't know all timeline roster and this is what he would do the reading thread one gentleman bowl five times a month yeah at least seven are you alone goal okay hit this new yeah.
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"What the what the DFL you know, you can only lack people, so many times, forty stop leave and you and it's been a long time coming to wear. Okay. You can fly and you're not deliberate. You know, and it's offensive for them. The, the dangled this thing about reparations out there when you're not going to give you and your reparation you know, it's the meaning to a people to say you both from me, I'm gonna give you something nothing. That's the only way that you're gonna ever achieve and other board or ten mile pool belt on the way to the bridge. The gap is to give up. And then I thought that was very that was very poor poor thing to say you Badri telling me on get free money, I'm never going to catch up and that's not the case. And so what I want listeners to take away from what they're here in our conversation here tonight with Louis DeNardo, the African American heritage gun club is that this is not a partisan. Perspective, coming from either Louis or from Tim Christopher or their organization. They've, they've got criticisms to lob at Republicans and Democrats alike. And it's rooted in that, that court desire to, to see people protected in their neighborhoods, and the to that in they're supportive of second amendment rights and the ability to defend themselves with firearms if necessary Lewis, I want to take some time to talk about this event that you got coming up in just over a week, that's gonna be of benefit to the African American heritage gun club and others. But before I do, so I just want to give you pretend if there's anything that you are, particularly focused on right now as an organization that you wanted to clue people in on. Right now, we're we're working on recruiting. They were trying to get people to, you know, we need to have more time to be even more inclusive. I reached out through the don't don't don't don't hit the dump button. Gun Talk, the liberal gun club of the twin city. Okay. No. 'cause I think everybody should ever have Peter table. And if you're not if you're not all inclusive, you know, you can't let everybody have their say, 'cause battering different hypocrites. What's I'm fascinated to learn. That such a thing exists in. I want to talk to that would be I would love to know why they are even thing. So that that's fascinating. So where can people learn right? Gun. Oh, okay. Where can people if they're interested in joining or learning? More about the African American heritage gun club. You guys get a website and Facebook page along those lines. We have a Facebook page, we have a website, which is a h g c dot org. You can from join our our club. friend, It's thirty Louis dollars Denard year. Get thirty who, dollars goes of course, to getting you'll us recall down from when capital. we had Getting the African in front of American people heritage it gun gets club into expanding in on the audiences show, and and being able I to travel was a little around taken the state aback and by other places and take the, our the message. quote that they chose to And publish, so tell and I folks want to get about some context this, this event from that Lewis. He's I'm going on to be the attending line with us on pre June sheets eighth. you joining us. Welcome the show. Okay. We're having a barbecue row down Anytime at the stock closing and argument. barrel. My name's Gun Walter club Hudson. Twin and cities can't news talk happen AM, eleven thirty one three on five Saturday FM June eighth. I'm streaming encouraging at twincitiesnewstalk everybody to dot bring com that stretchy and your iheartradio pants because app. We're if, here eight if to ten weeknights we're going to bring up Throwdown appreciate you. Philby, Joining at us least brand three teams is in competing. producing the show. Well, do we'll be one So of judges, give and us the first hand account because the way I, go I get to the sense, and maybe go to I'm Jerry, reading this they wrong, go to help kids. but I get the sense that Oh, they kids chose the doesn't most make. I've inflammatory got an immaturity that fast. quote of yours Okay. that they could to Goes highlight to charity. here at the Star Tribune, did you completely We hate will everything dare to that can't as Owen said sixty when she showed you know, up give for back the center, the right? American experiment We speech will definitely the other week? touch back and let people know about that. 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This is for the Star Tribune Appreciate to it secure anytime. the black vote in two thousand sixteen All right. trying When we to come seize back, us emotionally it's just as she you put it me as videos of black and pastor men getting Nathan shot Roberts, to death and we're by gonna cops have ran a constantly far-reaching on TV, discussion but that year of Owen a variety said of things as tonight. a black We're man, going to have you had a a higher chance special of being guest struck in by the second lightning hour joining than being us, shot by a unarmed. Reverend Police Dr officers Steven Goodwin is it possible. who She asked that is racism is now being the used head as of an a organization theme to turn called black turning people into west. single He's issue at sea, voters. it CEO, Of course, the answer and is. it's an Yes, organization that she specializes said in consulting what's wrong with her analysis with Lewis? 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"At Monday's event of the fallen heroes memorial. Retired army Colonel Steve pit delivers. The keynote address public safety honor guards will also participate in the ceremony Cheryl, Castro WSB seventy five degrees on Peachtree street at six o one. We could see more record heat today with highs approaching the mid nineties, Kirk Mellish, as Atlanta's most accurate and dependable. Forecast coming up to men drown on Lake Lanier less than twenty four hours over Memorial Day weekend. The second victim of thirty year old from Perry. Georgia was not wearing a life jacket when his jetski flipped over at shoal creek park. A thirteen year old boy is expected to be okay after nearly drowning in a backyard swimming pool in Gainesville Nick Williams, best friend, Caleb Reeves saves his life. Res tells channel two action news he jumped in after hearing Williams had gone in some fans on the balcony, where saying Knicks under the water Johnny now's confused because I never seen him getting water. Parents started CPR when Williams was pulled out of the water. Breaking news, I I this is w s the twenty four hour continuing new cop police are on the lookout for a hit and run driver accident happened around nine thirty in the evening when a pedestrian was apparently struck while trying to cross south Cobb drive north of the Pat mill road intersection truck. Truck. Trailer. He climbed with the trailer of a vehicle. Unfortunately, the truck continued driving south south top, Dr officer Neil, Pinner Ellie tells me the victim was pronounced dead at well star kenniston hospital. The vehicle is described as an early two thousand Chevy to or pick up.
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"That debt that the Bill is okay to be paid. But it's not. Yeah. You get a foreclosure notice you look at it, you decide whether or not you want to try and salvage the property. That's the you know, you got to define what you want to do with it. And in this instance, I, you know, this person would have needed to pay four thousand three hundred sixty five dollars. Yeah. Bottom line here. If you've been through a bankruptcy and someone's trying to collect a debt on something that was involved in that BK, then that's a phone call you need to make to us Dr officer Eric's office. I think we can spend a minute or two I got three minutes or so left talking about this class action with global radar acquisition. Yeah. Yeah. There's a it's a company that collects in employment data and provides reports to employers for the purpose of either getting employment or maintaining employment in this instance, you had some individuals who got canned because of the information that was rightfully found in these reports. But permission was never given a about the reports and the the company the which was just the provider of this information global. They pushed back and said, no, no, no, no, these people were actually harmed because in fact, the notations in their credit reports were accurate, whatever they had done court said, no you always have a right of privacy. These documents that you get these credit reports these, you know, background check information. This your private information. Right. And it can't be distributed without consent. So did this company? Not have permissible purposes to pull the credit reports is that because that's the F C R. Our HR permissible purposes. Yes. Yes. Absolutely. That's that's what was going on here. They never obtained permission to. I could have had it at the initial stage. But I don't think they had it when they did it during the course of employment. So when you go apply for a job. I just wanna get the mechanics of this. Right. When you apply for a job, they can tell you during that process or give you a document that you sign off on that says during the course of the process, we're gonna pull your credit. In fact, there's a FTC form that then employers can grab then gives you in defines exactly what you're supposed to tell the the potential employees. Right. So in this case global ended up getting the credit reports without permission from the consumer's right from the employee's, right? And those employees later ended up getting can listen the information may be right in in the reports that they got, but they didn't have permission to get them. Correct. It's fruit of the.
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"We'll talk about foreclosing on a condo or home. When there's been a bankruptcy process. Yeah. You got two different issues. One. If you go through bankruptcy, bankruptcy, new skit, successfully discharged as a as a person than you're not responsible for the debt any longer that doesn't mean you're not necessarily the the house that you own or other property that has some sort of security interested touch to it that that can't be collected. In this case you had a. A company that was sending out notices, by the way, the property is in default and what they did wrong. Here is the listed a balance. So when you have here's a here's what this means to you. As someone listening to the show, if you've got a bankruptcy. You've got a debt that's included in the bankruptcy. The house. You can't receive a document from the mortgage company saying that you owe any money, we should know. Unless you've given specific permission. They can't send you a Bill right right district. That doesn't mean they can't foreclose on the home. Doesn't mean that the way it doesn't mean you're out of the blue. But you can't get a Bill on something that's gone through your PK. Right. And and in this instance, this individual was sent a notice not only did it say we're gonna foreclose on the property, but it also said yours forty three hundred dollars, and you know. The debt collector, ultimately, you know, tried to defend against this. And the court told him no way, this is exactly what what this this exists for you can't try and collect a balance on something. Or even give the impression that's what you're trying to do when you know, it could be perfectly innocent. But if you give that impression then it's a no no under the FTC PA in the article. It says two things faced facially misleading. Right and unsophisticated consumer meeting, the the the the least sophisticated consumer is going to think that they need to pay that debt that the Bill is okay to be paid. But it's not. Yeah. You get a foreclosure notice you look at it, you decide whether or not you want to try and salvage the property. That's the you know, you got to define what you wanna do with it. And in this instance, I, you know, this person would have needed to pay four thousand three hundred sixty five dollars bottom line here. If you've been through a bankruptcy and someone's trying to collect a debt on something that was involved in that became then that's a phone call you need to make us Dr officer to Eric's office. I think we can spend a minute or two I got three minutes or so left talking about this class action with global radar acquisition. Yeah. No, there's a it's a company that collects in employment data and provides reports to employers for the purpose of either getting employment or maintaining employment in this instance, you had some individuals who got canned because of the information that was rightfully found in these reports. But permission was never given a about the reports and the company the which was just the provider of information global, they they pushed it back and said, no, no, no, no, these people weren't actually harmed because in fact, the notations in their credit reports were accurate, whatever they done court said, no you always have a right of privacy. These documents that you get these credit reports these, you know, background check information. This your private information. Right. And it can't be distributed without consent. So did this company? Not have permissible purposes to pull the credit reports is that. That's the FCC our HR miserable purposes. Yes. Yes. I absolutely. That's that's what was going on here. They never obtained permission to. Could have had it at the initial stage. But I don't think they had it when they did it during the course of employment. So when you go apply for a job. I just want to get the mechanics of this. Right. When you apply for a job. They can tell you doing that process or give you a document that you sign off on that says during the course of the process, we're gonna pull your credit. In fact, there's a FTC form that then employers can grab then gives you in defines exactly what you're supposed to tell the the potential employees. Right. So in this case global ended up getting the credit reports without permission from the consumer's right from the employees, right? And those employee's later ended up getting can listen the information may be right in in the reports that they got, but they didn't have permission to get them. Correct. It's fruit of the poisonous tree. As you is saying, you guys.
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"What jennifer his heart condition was a now she's like his white wale because she had the same condition his mother had these gonna fix that are something bob law and he's kind of may be like slightly falling in love with a little veiling yeah i'd be we skip the amine he at this point when he's in the mirror place he's ari killed clift the young yet and these little mcgruder the young is okay deng makes it through he gets cut but now we kill mcgruder we're yes and mcgruder also talks about we had his arrest memory so what you're because these horrifies the this is the creepiest even the movie it's an a moment they so so mcgruder an officer joe kinda get into it because officer joe at this point is like believing everybody's tale of i think dr giggles came back here and mcgruder is like fact that you know you know what you're talking about it goes in the locker room and they kind of like get into it a little bit and dr officer joe is like all right mcgruder what is going on here here is here is a thing of chewed gum paper clip and a used battery tell me this flashback story mcgruder and so this guy recant this tale of how when he was a rookie the whole thing went down with the dead activists like what does the deal here at the town killed this man we could pedia says he got stoned to death which they did you mentioned in the movie which i want i want us one rocks thrown at out because he like cut out seven hearts of people on yes or they just it was a little bit of mob justice they they drug amount into the street murdered georgia happens yes kruger ring yes it was he got kruger big time and so then i guess the whole deal was they couldn't find that kid in the kid was missing and blah blah blah so then like.
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"Hey guys was just and destroy handing out a way he'd get away oh you eyes and grand he found another who slippery do you know what kind of a song burt it was i do not was it a black cape cicchetti a might have been danny woodpecker an american golden french i've got all signed by medicare species us all there's a lot of songbirds i'd blesses dr officer yeah yeah he's look out our song people at home if you find a really pretty feather in the ground don't hang of me review mirror no you could be filing federal law my dog picks up goose feathers is at the legal because they're protected i think he to keep your dog and control yeah she's had a control i got firefighter questions i rightly kept on i can answer these michael follows a asks what's the strangest thing you've seen as a firefighter on a call mannino that there's there's so many you deliver remember kazuro release rains every day you get i would say you get something weird i remember net not too long ago i went into a house we had called for an alarm and we show up and you could tell when you soon as you walk in this lady she's got like a shed nc there all the time and so we okay ores alarm coming from selectquote right down here and we go down in the basement and soon as i walk in in know something's wrong because there's a lot of mannequins set up in there now sitting on the couch staying up not with close on all those up just manikins that i'm like these her friend this is now like she seems to know no nothing like that nothing else on the house in cedest walked by like nothing happened the world's kind of looking at these mannequins like this well looks right over here with the alarm as didn't even mess and we're just like well.