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"dr smith" Discussed on Medicare for All

Medicare for All

05:10 min | 10 months ago

"dr smith" Discussed on Medicare for All

"Access to any sort of behavior health provider is very limited. If you're in the medicare population you know. The pandemic has exacerbated any no health issues. You have because a lot of especially those that are in. These senior population are dealing with now in isolation already Any loss of a family member or friend. And and that you know a lot of those a lot of those senior citizens living in rural areas and believe it or not fifty percent of bro areas have noble health provider at all so the state or mill excess for the medicare population is dismal. This point and is it limited. Because most medicare are most therapists. Won't take medicare as an insurance or i know you also spoke a little bit to the actual in availability of practitioners in certain areas. Yes so for currently flexing professional counselors. They're unable to bill medicare as a whole provider. And you know that's like an out. Approximately about two hundred thousand minho providers that can provide access to The the medicare population. And like i said especially under resourced and and rural populations where they may or may not have transportation to get it to a whole provider. You know if it's crucial that. We have those mental providers in those areas in especially those under resource areas where transportation exists for those Those who need the help and this kind of a follow up question. I i guess we you've been talking a little bit about the medicare population. Dr smith is. Is it any better or much much better for people in the private insurance population or was my experience kind of typical of also the struggles folks can have even if they do have private insurance through through a job for example was can't can't be the same but you're talking about licensed. The fashion clinical licensed professional counselors. They had the ability severe authorized providers for private insurance But higher you talk about medicare. We're not able to win off at this point to provide services to those who have medicare and therein lies the big difference Their allies vic difference as a licensed version of counselor a clinical mental health care provider part of the behavioral healthcare community..

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"dr smith" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"dr smith" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Thank you, Robin. Fortunately, the roadways look pretty good. But of course, that building implosion. Now the cleanup has started. They have streets closed in that area, which include Riverdale Road, Sullivan wrote Massachusetts Boulevard. Those are all going to be shut down to around 11 30 to avoid that over in college park a lot of events happening in the city today, but fortunately, the downtown connector ride is wide open. 75 85 to 95.5 WSB. I'm Channel two action news meteorologist Pregnant with the latest, most accurate and dependable weather forecast, Mostly sunny, warm and dry today will top out around 87 degrees overnight into Monday morning. Down is 68 Labor Day's high 88 with some scattered showers and storms picturing chance at 40% at the For Tuesday, 30% chance of isolated storms and a high of 89 right now, 64 degrees here on Peachtree Street at 806. I'm Robert Wolinski 95.5 WSB Atlanta's news and talk Welcome to our Sunday edition of Atlanta's Morning news. I'm Scott sleep. It's good to be with you on this Labor Day HOLIDAY weekend. Our top story this morning the status of the coronavirus pandemic in Georgia. While the delta variance surge continues to grow, hospitals are maxing out. Younger people are getting sicker. When will this latest surge peak? We're on the line with public health researcher Dr Amber Schnitkey. She publishes the Georgia Covid 19 report each week. Dr Smith Key and thanks for joining us again. What are the headlines for you in the next Covid 19 report for Georgia. You know, I'm really worried about what's going on with hospitals. We're seeing that about 94. A half percent of Georgia's ICU beds are occupied and they can be occupied for a number of reasons, including covid. But what it means is that you know there's less capability to take care of people. Who really need it. People are having car accidents and heart attacks and strokes every day, potentially and, you know, are we going to be able to treat those people effectively in the context of what's going on with Covid night, people? How close is the hospital systems being saturated now and and would that lead to a collapse? You know, it varies depending on region were seen in some areas like I believe hospital region and down in the southeast corner of the state where Waycross is they've got over 60% of the patients in the hospital right now are there because of Covid 19, And that place is extraordinary stress on the healthcare staff there and the infrastructure and you know what healthcare collapse looks like It's going to Different from hospital to hospital. You know, For some, That may mean that people healthcare workers might start walking off the job. Um, because it's just too overwhelming. They can't do it anymore, but what it really means and it's nuts and bolts is the inability to care for people in the way that we want in the time that we want. You are a champion of following the data and so far just about everything you've predicted happened and what's the role now that schools were playing in the spread of coronavirus? Well, you know, we heard from Dr to me this week at a press conference, the DPH commissioner that she has identified that a lot of the cases that are happening throughout the community have a link to a school system. And so we've known in the past that schools can be sort of hotbeds of disease. That's why we require so many immunizations for kids to go to school there, and so I think, unfortunately, what we're seeing is that, you know, we predicted that schools would be a problem, especially with adults a period and unfortunately that has come to pass. Um, we're seeing schools pivot to virtual learning to try to get ahead of things. Um, but we also have a lot of schools that have sort of, you know, ignored the public health guidance and we're seeing cases really take off as a result. How would you contrast this current surge? Dr Smith Key with the the previous peak in January. Well so far, And as far as cases and hospitalizations go, we have met the previous peak height, so we are already there. But what's different about this one is how fact we climbed to this point in the past for the winter surge. What you saw was a slow build. That was certainly dramatic, but it it was slow over time. This one has been very dramatic, rising to that peak level in a much shorter span of time. And so that's especially concerning Because we don't know where this thing is going to top out. Is this a pandemic of the unvaccinated now? It certainly is. And you know, before people sort of get dismissive about that, I would just remind people that a lot of our unvaccinated our Children who we have a responsibility to protect, um so, yes, it is one of those situations where if you haven't been vaccinated and you're trying to sort of roll device and see if you're going to make it through this pandemic without getting sick Well, I've got news for you. Delta is going to find you, Um, On average. A person who's sick goes on to infect six additional people. So this is not one of those that we can just hide out from. And more than likely it is going to find you. And so you have the choice. Whether you'd like to get to immunities through a safe and effective vaccine or roll the dice with an infection that we know comes with significant risks for hospitalization and death. You see signs that this current surges beginning to peak orders is still accelerating in Georgia. Um, well, as far as cases go, it does appear that it's continuing to rise and we know that cases fuel hospitalizations. There are some areas of the state that appeared to see case rate. Starting to level off and Atlanta in particular, the counties of Fulton and the cab have a case rate. That's about one third the size of what we see for rural counties. Um, if you look at just the most recent seven days, and so it's possible that Atlanta is going to have a very different Delta search then compared to the rest of the state. Um, so that's the one spot of bright news. And in addition, we're seeing that there are some hospitals Hospital regions rather that are starting to what looks like level off or plateau with when it comes to patients that are currently in hospital. Um, but it's unclear whether that's because the demand is left or because unfortunately, more people are passing away or if we've just reached that point where the hospital cannot take any additional patients on We've seen some striking differences in vaccination rates for the Georgia Department of Public Health among metro counties. For instance, Fayette County Is it 55% fully vaccinated. Among eligible in Bartow County in the north side of Metro line is only 31%. That's that's pretty. That's a that's a big swing. Mhm. And so.

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"dr smith" Discussed on Decoding Obesity

Decoding Obesity

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"dr smith" Discussed on Decoding Obesity

"Hi friend we often see people with obesity coming up in jokes and being made fun of and this obviously is not appropriate and in my opinion this is kind of akin to making fun of someone with a heart attack or diabetes or high blood pressure to discuss this very important topic. I have dr. Sarah smith back on my podcast but before we go further. I just wanted to remind you all that. I have set a goal for at least a thousand reviews on apple podcasts. In two thousand twenty one. I know this sounds very very bold on my part. But if you're liking this podcast please. Helping get my. Please go to apple podcasts. And leave me review now. Dr smith is a board certified obesity medicine physician and is also a life coach. She does one on one coaching to help people with obesity. And i'm so happy that she's back up podcast or discussed this very very important topic. Welcome back sarah. Thank you so much for having me offish car. I'm really excited to talk about this topic. Yeah this is something that is very close to my heart. And i'm very passionate about people with obesity come of softening enjoy so often the ridiculous and it's not just jokes. That people are cracking. It's even you know the stage comedians. They often will make fun of people with obesity. And it's so important to understand that you know. This is kind of undermining the fact that it is a disease and you know we should just have talk on this and discuss this and bring it out in the open so that people can know more about this. So it's so great to have you back on this podcast while we discuss this what we call eight buyers so let's help our listeners understand. What exactly weight bias absolutely weight bias is the negative attitudes beliefs preconceived judgements and discrimination based on someone's body size or weight. It is very common in the united states and shows up in a lot of different settings including healthcare but also in school employment and at home. It's amazing right. Even in healthcare what we have physicians who are trained to help people kind of have this bias and it may be just because of the fact that it's kind of become culturally accepted in society. What do you think about that. Absolutely in the healthcare setting. It is very common to see weight bias. And i think that a lot of this is based on beliefs that are passed on. Among physicians and other healthcare providers many physicians nurses dietitians and other healthcare providers have stereotypical beliefs related to wait relate often saying that people with obesity are lazy or they have no willpower. A lot of times. Physicians are actually direct sources of harmful comments. And they think that by saying some of these things that actually motivates patients to lose weight. I think it's so important to understand. There's right because it's not just about wait a lot of times when we make negative comments we may have good intentions but that may not necessarily be what will work for the other person and it's so important to realize that may actually have an opposite effect on the person absolutely. The studies show that when patients are experiencing weight bias. They feel berated disrespected. They're reluctant to talk to their doctors about wait. They feel blamed dismissed. And it actually can lead to more maladaptive eating behaviors right. And i'm just curious you know. Do you know how it started in the society. What causes to develop so wait by. This is caused by negative beliefs in society and a lot of the big drivers for weight..

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"dr smith" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"dr smith" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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"dr smith" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"dr smith" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Show The doctors. Dr Smith. Good morning to you. Morning, but I'm happy New Year to you. Yes, it is. I guess we could still say that on the set of the January let me let me let me start with my diet problems because I think everybody has has these issues. And then we'll also talk about your new book. But I was reading your book, Mind overweight. And thinking about sugar cravings that I have and how you can get rid of those. And do you suggest that people sort of gradually wean themselves off of all sugar? Yeah, well, they're two things that I talk about in mind. Overweight. One is actually the waiting game on but the waiting game. Basically, is that cravings or temporary? They typically last between 15 to 20 minutes, and if you can outlast them And they actually will go away because they're not a really deep physiological need that your body has like. Hunger is hunger will not go away. And the analogy I like to give Bob Is that imagine your car. You're out of oil. The oil light comes on. And no matter how many times you turn your car on and off until you put oil in that light is going to keep coming on. The debt hunger. The difference with cravings is Cravens is like when you get into your car, and there's a prompt on your dashboard that says, Hey, do you want to connect your Bluetooth? Well, if you don't connect the blue to there don't touch anything. Eventually, that just goes away. And it's not going to ask you any more. That those air cravings you gotta outlasted. So that's the first thing is to figure out how to outlast. The second thing is to make replacements. In my book. Talk about different types of ways to get some of the sugars for, for example of sugar craving. Or salty craving their food you can you can eat that will give you a satisfaction with those cravings without having tea. Oh, you know, consume doughnuts or pastries or things you know cookies. And so I think that people really If they try to eat food there a little bit tangential to what they're really looking for. It's still satisfies that creating form what would be one of those foods I need to know. Well, for example, if you have a salty or a sweet kind of craving if you take watermelon with some crumbled feta, um it tastes amazing and actually satisfies both salty and sweet. Um, you can actually take strawberries. I make these home they take, you know, 15 minutes chocolate covered strawberries. Or chocolate covered blueberries. Yeah, you're getting the chocolate in there. But you get all the antioxidants and all the nutrients of the of the fruit, so things like that in the book, and people don't realize Wow, This actually really works. It's good. It's easy, and not only are you getting the sweet that you want, but you're also getting it and a much healthier way. Been digging into something that's all sugar. I feel a little guilty talking to you right now because I was hungry this morning and I ate. Ah Bar is a bar that Starbucks sells its in the refrigeration section. It's called the perfect Bar. Dark chocolate chip and peanut butter 15 G of protein. But I think there's probably too much sugar in here because I'm looking on the back Here is his total fat 20 G. That's too much, isn't it? Well, total fat of 20 G actually is not that bad at all. It's the sugar content that I care about, You know, um if the sugar is above 10 G of sugar per serving Then you're you start getting that here. Can you see the number? It's 18 G of sugar. And then it says, added sugars, 24%. Yeah. So this is how you do it? The magic number is four. So you divide the number of grams of sugar by four. And that will tell you how many teaspoons of sugar are in that product. So you're looking at 4.5 4 goes in 18 about 4.5 times Are you looking at? You know that's about four teaspoons in that one bar. That's a lot of sugar in one bar. Yeah, No kidding. And I'm a breaded Terrian. What about cravings for bread? Is there sugar the sugar in there, too, right? There is there is, but it's also the type of bread that you get when you get the old fashioned bleached flour, white bread. Obviously, there's lots of sugar in there, but they're a lot of healthier options out there. That really tastes good. And I implore people T o open up your mind this year and try some different types of bread. You want a bread? That is 100%. Whole grain or whole wheat bread. They even have some that doesn't have. You know, People don't like it because of the nabe texture of it, But they have some that have now they don't have the texture, so it's actually smooth bread. But it's 100% whole wheat, whole grains. And by the time you put all this stuff inside the bread on the brother you're gonna have sometimes you really can't tell the difference. So that is one way to satisfy that bread Craving your University of Chicago guy. I was reading a study that they came out with about sleep deprivation and its relationship to food choices that that's a big real deal, isn't it? Oh, absolutely, You know, we don't talk enough about the importance of getting really a healthful night of sleep. Uh, lack of sleep or sleep deprivation leads to all kinds of things that systemically can negatively impact our health, but it also leads us making bad decisions. It all also reduces our willpower or discipline per se. Um, and also can affect our hormones..

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"dr smith" Discussed on V103

V103

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"dr smith" Discussed on V103

"Dr Smith just indicated the amount of the allocation received is four of frontline workers and we we see that appropriate number. Or as Dr Smith said. Not only are nurses and opposition who treat patients but rescue it, therapist he AMs our security those who have front line that will also test the paces. This process is a very long process, and we did receive the appropriate amount for us to get the first dose. And then the second dose. I did hear. The general said He made a mistake and I think that correcting the allocation So we received the appropriate mountain. It was determined, very blessed that they say the Illinois is recognized in the city of Chicago button. Uh, mayor like Burt. But mayor like foot and commissioner out Dr Allison what He did make the allocation here looking, so we receive the appropriate mountain and we will continue to see the appropriate amount and one final thing there. I wanna a piggyback what the doctor said the research. Or this type of virus started 2000 and five. That's why we were able to, uh to do the research. We've been working on for years and years years to do the research and and the vaccination in record time. Some people say it's been rushed and you only take three or four years where we've been working on this since 2000 and five years in age. And you know Dr Smith, it's that's the reason why it's called cope it 19 because it's it's from the coded family that, as George just said, began Which stars if I'm not mistaken, and yeah, and so we have a lot of research compiled on this. Get about a minute left short minute it that Dr Smith your final words of encouragement for our listeners with regard to this vaccine. First of all one encourage people to actually exercise and to consume vitamin C and D to boost their immune system because it's going to take a while for all of us to get the vaccination on my instagram page at Dr Ian Smith spell the doctor out. Eight and Smith. I give free exercise that people do right at home. That's a chain important Last. I want to say this that people are going to have reactions, their reactions to all types of flu shots or vaccinations that happens. For all of them. But if you have severe allergies, or if you're pregnant, or you're thinking about being pregnant, please consult with your doctor individually first, before you go for the vaccine and continue to wear your mask and practice social distancing We needed to do this, at least until you know early summer late June until we get enough people vaccinated. Sounds so very good. That is doctor in Smith, the host of the nationally syndicated the Doctor's program, as well as George Miller, who is the president and CEO of the Loretta Hospital. Thank you for joining us this morning. Coming up. Next. We're going to talk about the disturbing case of engine that young, who was had her house raided by police.

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"dr smith" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"dr smith" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I'm your host Phil McKinney Way our Continue our conversation with Dr Smith CEO, founder of Things Labs Now, Clay, we were talking at the end of the last thing that we got into a little bit talking about aging in place. Um, you know, weird, you know devices play into that. But first, let's take a broader context of this. What's the future of health care? Given all the changes the rate of innovation, the types of innovation things like what you're working on with devices. What does the future of health care look like? I think you described it. Incredibly well, I think you you you nailed it. There's gonna be a lot more remote healthcare aging in place. I think that that's really, really important and I think it's an incredible enhancement to quality of life. For a lot of aging people who don't want to be in the hospital. They don't want to be in a care facility. I want to be in their own homes. My mother passed away from covert. Actually, a few months ago, some kind of 95. She died at home. She was in her own home, and it was very important to her. Did not go to a nursing homes and not move out of her house. And and she this was a big deal. And I think we shouldn't underestimate the value to people of being at home. And so I think that basically the hospital at home is we a lot of the future is going and this is not covert has accelerated phenomena that were occurring before anyway. The remote healthcare was occurring anyway. It was exhilarated. Phylum Edison was the accelerated remote monitoring accelerated, not wanting to go to the doctor exhilarated. I agree, as I think you know, when you looked at, you know, it's interesting, right? A lot of managers and leaders and like, I don't know. I want employees in the office. They don't want to hold a sudden they got forced. All of a sudden you're like, Wow, we're actually more productive. We were able to do more, and I talked to Doctors, you know, been a longstanding relationship with Mayo Clinic and then Talking with him about all their telemedicine. Um you know of acceleration. They were doing a little bit of it, but obviously that was just everything is is is in the Internet Telemedicine room. You're talking about aging, and I think also if I can interject A proposed a new organization like Mayor Clinic. I think you're going to see the breakdown of borders on the internationalization of health care. So Mayor Clinic in America clinics already I believe they're called clinics in the Middle East as well. Already, Arabia, you know, and they've got people who, you know, historically of flown in on private jets to come to Rochester. To, you know, get the best care in the world and you're going to see the internationalization. The breakdown of borders and you're going to see healthcare will become a global industry where people conserve people across international borders. That's going to be a massive change. Well, it's interesting because this is a conversation that we had I had with Mayo back when I was at HP because we were Doing some some projects with male around telemedicine using a technology that HP had called halo, But Male ran into a problem because doctors licensed in Minnesota could not practice medicine. Another state, So even though you were telemedicine, they cannot. They couldn't practice. Right. Well now with co Vered Ah, lot of the stage just got rid of that requirement because it was preventing doctors from servicing. You know, patients who needed access to healthcare. I think not only is this impact health care, I think it also impact policy makers to understand that they got to keep up with the rate of innovation because things are changing at such a fast clip. Government. The rules and regulations cannot keep up and they've got to find a way to pick that pace up. Broad policy always follows technology rights, you know, self driving causing and after jet that you know the rules but just plowed right over regulations on texting Cos Airbnb goes in its policy always has to follow in legislation always has to follow. And the like. The license Bureau of Doctors will follow. Yeah, you know, it's interesting is my daughter is a speech, language pathologist and shoot her. The last 78 years, 100% will practice has been tell a practice. Her clients are in Bangkok, Philippines, Hong Kong, Rwanda, Africa, So she does her things remotely. And she's been testifying and speaking around the country for years, trying to get policy makers to change. Boom coming happens. Whoa! Probably change. You know, Sometimes you need those outside kind of kind of disruptions. She's ahead of the curve. She definitely was ahead of the curve and and Lord the lot along the way, but it's actually been great, equipping her, but also she's been helping others. Now she actually teaches other s. O. P s and how to do tell practice with School systems and etcetera, But it's a It's hardly notice that you got to go from 0 to 100 overnight. So hey, why this has been a great conversation. I really do appreciate you taking the time Torto, come and join us. Here on the show if people want to keep track. Of what you're working on in the products we talked about today. Where's the best place? They can follow you up? Yeah. So I don't tweet. They can come to our website on and they can they can visit. Think lives dot com This think is in using your brains and laboratories. L A B s lives as in leverage to research..

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"dr smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"dr smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Like, Oh, Dr Smith isn't here anymore. We've got this new brand you like. Geez. Alright. Good example. Right. That's exactly right. And your wealth, right? And I went to the dentist last week and I was informed like my dentist was taking a leave of absence and I was like I was in my mind. I'm like I've had him for the last 25 years. I'm not so sure I won. I won. I was touching my teeth, right? It's like this weird thing. It was, like, really? Oh, yeah. You know nothing about me, but it is the same thing and it is a relationship builder, And that's why it's really important If you start to go into one kind of Ah, Relationship where you're thinking that you're going to see the same person or you just sat down. You spent two hours with somebody and then you're like, Yes. See you in six months. And you know those types of positions in Um, and those kind of brokerage houses are more of rotate. It's not their own business, Larry said. They're very good, but you know, there's two ways of Using you know, brokerage houses are using the Wall Street. Basically, our investments in one way is direct. You know, this fidelity the swab the van get to so many, and they're all great, you know? The But the thing is, you know you call up if you don't have an individual is just whoever answers the phone and give him your password and all that. Um The other thing is, if you have a specific contact, But like Larry said, you might have a contact, but Contact might not be the one actually deciding on the investments. There's a team and some other state that really decide. So if you have a question, why Why do we have this investment and you sold that investment? And I'd be like, Oh, well, let's check with the team. Um, and then, like Larry said, the next time you call they may they may have left or got promoted or whatever. Um Ah. You can do it another way. Like you know why firm here? We're an independent investment adviser firm. I mean, there's many firms like us. So in a way, you know, we kind of say if you get best of both worlds because independent investment adviser we are a fiduciary always act in the client's best interest, which is very important, But.

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"dr smith" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"dr smith" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Them on Medicare for all in America. We need to have choice for our health care. Socialized medicine will never work. You know, Medicare, for all is one of those things that it sounds such a like such a nice thing. Why is this a bad policy? Doctors money? You know Medicare from the doctor standpoint? You know, every year they've been reducing the payments. Gall bladder surgery, for example, like 10 years ago. I don't know exact numbers, but they used to pay, for example, like $3000 same exact procedure. Today we go. You may pay like 400 bucks. So the cost of running the practice has gone off. The cost of life has gone off and Medicare payment has Calm down so that doctors have become almost bankrupt. Their old joining these big Hospitals and the hospitals are uniting. Becoming your healthcare systems on DH have taken older doctors like slaves, and they constantly reducing their salad. From the patient's standpoint, you know how many times you've gone to the doctor's office, and you sat there for like, three hours. So the doctor will see you five minutes. And that's because of exactly what I said. The payments are going down, so the doctor has to see more and more and more and more patients and do more and more procedures. In order to make their end me What does that do to the quality of care? It continues to go down so Again. The concept of having Medicare for wall is a good concept, but that doesn't make any sense. Everybody in the country can have a bit of care for emergencies. But like I said, for your doctors, for you our military procedures for going to the doctor's offices, etcetera. It would be wonderful to have help saving account that every American will put in, just like we put in for our retirement plans. And that was going to the account. It starts at whatever age it is that they would put in. So by son, you need it. You have plenty of cash in your account by personal create. But Dr Smith, here's my problem. Politically, Everybody gets to vote even people who make bad choices. So this is sort of like Social Security all over again. You know, we should let people build their own retirement plans. Save for health care. What do we do for those people who don't do that, but still demand healthcare. Well that you have to make it into a mandatory that certain parts of your salary goes into your health savings accounts. It's basically your 401 k or whatever. You want to call it, except you used it for your help. And wants to make it into mandatory where certain percentage of would collect goes into your account. That's on touch, but you can use it. I think people need to be in control of their own health. If I see that I'm gaining weight if I.

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"dr smith" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"dr smith" Discussed on KTRH

"You know, Medicare, for all is one of those things that it sounds such a like such a nice thing. Why is this a bad policy? Doctors money Medicare from the doctor standpoint. You know, every year they've been reducing the payments. Gall bladder surgery, for example, like 10 years ago, Um I don't know exact numbers, but they used to pay, for example, like $3000 same exact procedure. Today. The gold we may pay like 400 bucks. So the cost of running the practice has gone up. The cost of life has gone up and medical payment has Calm down so that doctors have become almost bankrupt. Their old joining these big Hospitals and the hospitals are uniting becoming your healthcare systems. And they have taken all the doctors like slaves, and they constantly reducing their salad. From the patient's standpoint, you know how many times you've gone to the doctor's office, and you sat there for like, three hours. So the doctor will see you for five minutes. And that's because of exactly what I said. The payments are going down, so the doctor has to see more and more and more and more patients and do more and more procedures. In order to make their end me What does that do to the quality of care? It continues to go down so Again. The concept of having Medicare for all is a good concept. But that doesn't make any sense. Everybody in the country can have a bit of care for emergencies. But like I said, for your doctors for you My military procedures for going to the doctor's offices, etcetera. It would be wonderful to have helped saving account that every American will put in, just like you put in for our Retirement plan, and that was going today account. It starts at whatever age it is that they would put in. So by time. You need it. You have plenty of cash in your account by 100%. But Dr Smith, here's my problem. Politically, Everybody gets to vote even people who make bad choices. So this is sort of like Social Security all over again. You know, we should let people build their own retirement plans. Save for health care. What do we do for those people who don't do that, but still demand healthcare. Well that you have to make it into a mandatory. A certain part of your salary goes into your health savings accounts. It's basically your 401 k or whatever you want to call it except to use it for your help. And wants to make it into mandatory where certain percentage would collect goes into your account. That's on touch, but you can use it. I think people need to be in control of their own health. If I see that I'm.

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Washington DC - It's a boy! National Zoo reveals baby panda gender

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

02:48 min | 2 years ago

Washington DC - It's a boy! National Zoo reveals baby panda gender

"To you joining us now. Dr Brandie Smith, the deputy director of the Smithsonian's National Zoo, Dr Smith. Good morning and Welcome to mornings on the mall. Good morning. Thanks for having me now we've got some big news. So first of all, there's a giant panda cub that was born. I want to go back, though. How long ago was the cub born? It's been a couple of weeks now, right? It has been every six weeks. It's hard to believe, and they get there so tiny when they're born. They're just so little in tiny, but you have some big news. What's the big news about the panda cub? The big news is, we finally know the gender and it's a boy. It's kind of an amazing thing. Dr Smith it like that. It takes six weeks after birth for us to find out that it's a boy. Why does it takes along with a panda? Oh, yeah, a lot of times with many species upon visual exam you can tell right away if it's a boy or girl. You know Pandas born so small and not very zealous that it's hard to determine sex just by looking at it, And so we take a cheek for we actually look at the chromosomes. And since it's next y chromosome, we know it's boy when it comes to pandas, right the world is watching, so there's no margin for error. So we want to be certain. When we tell people it's a boy is boy. This may be a dumb question, but because I know I don't know a whole lot about giant about giant pandas other than like everybody else. They're adorable, right? They could take your face off with a really cute So do they like to say, is it is it the same with humans were, as you know, If you see a family that has a lot of boys it's because the father is determining factor. And they can you know that? Well, he just got a lot of the boy chromosome. And you know where they have all girls like my brother has three girls. They wanted a boy. In there, but they got three girls Does the same thing happened with pandas. Are you likely to get mostly males from one father mostly grows from another father? No, I mean, what if it's the male with the female contributes the extremism and now contributes the Exeter? Why, But there are a lot of things. There are a lot of factors that people think might impact gender. And it could not necessarily just the father and connect his genetic, But it also could be the mother. Her condition. There's one theory that says that, you know. Ah, healthy, robust and well about this develop, mother might produce more son. And some species. There's a temperature dependency rate, so their environmental conditions so they're all things that might impact gender with giant with giant pandas. We're not exactly sure. But you know, I was just thinking this morning. It makes elbow a little more precious than she was Our only girl. Great now are

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"dr smith" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"dr smith" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"And today we're talking with leading experts on vision issues, something that should be near and dear to all of us on ways that we can educate ourselves on our eye health. As well as amazing recent new developments in the fight against glaucoma coming to us, courtesy of allergen pharmaceuticals joining us We are newsmaker line from a very busy day, Dr Smith. Welcome. Well, thank you very much. It's our pleasure. Okay, So you are a glaucoma specialist with glaucoma Associates of Texas. You're doing some incredible work. And amazingly, I was astonished to read the stat glaucoma touches about 70 million people worldwide, and you were all on the leading edge of improving the lives of all of those touched with glaucoma. So many of us No, someone impacted by it. Please tell our listeners Coast to coast. The latest developments on this ailment and the latest breakthroughs. Plumber is one of those things that Maybe they're not sometimes, too. It's so like you mentioned. There are many people off their who are close to us who have walk Homer. It's these condition and affect 70 million people worldwide. And if we think about Sakura, we should remember it from it. Results from fluid build up inside the eye. That could also mean the effect the nerve in the back of the eye and lied to loss of vision and blindness. And that pressure build up inside the eyes only treatable risk factor glaucoma and he could fix everyone, not just It's not just an agent ailment like you said, but it also affect all ages and as people age think there's an increased risk.

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"dr smith" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"dr smith" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Dr Lesley Smith of Sapphire advanced aesthetics and better yet have her talk you through cosmetic procedures that you've been intrigued by without even making an appointment at Dr Smith's podcast Beauty on the brain. You confined the beauty on the brain podcast at Sapphire. Advanced aesthetics dot com or by using my talk, keyword beauty on her podcast And at her cosmetic treatment center in Wayzata, Dr Smith offers her expertise and body contouring. And cosmetic advancements from liposuction to nonsurgical, faceless toe laser hair removal. Dr. Smith created Sapphire Advanced aesthetics 11 years ago with nearly three decades as a surgeon and soft tissue specialist. And you Khun benefit from her expertise by slowing the aging process and looking your very best get to know Dr Smith at Sapphire, advanced aesthetics dot com or my top keyword beauty. There you'll find her podcast beauty on the brain and where to click for your Complimentary consultation, Sapphire. Advanced aesthetics dot com or my talkie word beauty. The Labor Day sale is going on now would actually home store shopping, endless selection of styles now up to 40% off? Plus this weekend only get an extra 20% off sale prices or buy now and pay later with five years. No interest financing. Find Stiles to pit any room and budget like living room dining room, bedroom sets. And so much more starting Friday Shop Labor Day weekend on Ly Savings that actually home store This is home financing is available on line. Ask any parent when it comes to protecting your baby. You can never do enough. You washed their hands, bundle them up and strapped him in. And those are the things you can see. Then there the risks you can't. That's why most parents go with the safe, proven protection of vaccines. Nothing protects babies better from 14 serious childhood diseases. Like measles, whooping cough and meningitis. So keep.

"dr smith" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"dr smith" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Are in the final phase of their vaccine trials in the U. S. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr Jon Lapook took a look inside and behind the scenes of what it's like to be part Of Fighters Cove in 19 vaccine trial. I wanted to be part of the solution for Dr Victoria Smith, who practices family medicine near New Orleans. Covert 19 is personal. She's lost three patients to the virus. I'm not an immunologist, but by being part of a trial. I could be part of that research front as well. In late July, Dr. Smith became one of the first of 30,000 participants needed for fighters Phase three vaccine trial she received her first dose at auction or medical center in Louisiana. It's a double blind study, meaning neither she nor the researchers know whether she received the vaccine or a placebo. Are you kind of hoping you got the vaccine? Yes. CBS News got an exclusive look at auction ER's Phase three trial site every week. Visor sends them packages of the vaccine and placebo vaccine is then stored in this freezer. At a temperature of at least minus 60 degrees Celsius to remain stable. This vaccine is new. Did that give you any pause? Not really. I trust the process. To be approved by the FDA. A covert 19 vaccine must prevent or decrease the severity of the disease in at least 50% of vaccinated people. There's no evidence that that the vaccine makes the disease worse at all. So that's really, really insured in very encouraging. Dr. Kathryn Edwards is on Visors Vaccine Safety board Once a week, the five members of the committee video chat to carefully look through data for adverse effects, especially serious ones, such as hospitalizations, So we're very, very cautious and how we look at the data. Certainly, if there were severe reaction, we wouldn't get that information right away. Dr Edwards says there is no evidence so far. The vaccine causes serious reactions, but that mild reactions are common and should not deter anyone from getting vaccinated. You may have a sore arm, or you may have a

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Moderna's Work on a COVID-19 Vaccine

Kentuckiana's Saturday Morning News

02:12 min | 2 years ago

Moderna's Work on a COVID-19 Vaccine

"Are in the final phase of their vaccine trials in the U. S. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr Jon Lapook took a look inside and behind the scenes of what it's like to be part Of Fighters Cove in 19 vaccine trial. I wanted to be part of the solution for Dr Victoria Smith, who practices family medicine near New Orleans. Covert 19 is personal. She's lost three patients to the virus. I'm not an immunologist, but by being part of a trial. I could be part of that research front as well. In late July, Dr. Smith became one of the first of 30,000 participants needed for fighters Phase three vaccine trial she received her first dose at auction or medical center in Louisiana. It's a double blind study, meaning neither she nor the researchers know whether she received the vaccine or a placebo. Are you kind of hoping you got the vaccine? Yes. CBS News got an exclusive look at auction ER's Phase three trial site every week. Visor sends them packages of the vaccine and placebo vaccine is then stored in this freezer. At a temperature of at least minus 60 degrees Celsius to remain stable. This vaccine is new. Did that give you any pause? Not really. I trust the process. To be approved by the FDA. A covert 19 vaccine must prevent or decrease the severity of the disease in at least 50% of vaccinated people. There's no evidence that that the vaccine makes the disease worse at all. So that's really, really insured in very encouraging. Dr. Kathryn Edwards is on Visors Vaccine Safety board Once a week, the five members of the committee video chat to carefully look through data for adverse effects, especially serious ones, such as hospitalizations, So we're very, very cautious and how we look at the data. Certainly, if there were severe reaction, we wouldn't get that information right away. Dr Edwards says there is no evidence so far. The vaccine causes serious reactions, but that mild reactions are common and should not deter anyone from getting vaccinated. You may have a sore arm, or you may have a

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Pomp and social distancing

Native America Calling

04:40 min | 2 years ago

Pomp and social distancing

"And it is my honor to introduce you to some of the class of twenty twenty joining us from Hayes. Montana is CAITLIN carry water. She is a haze lodge logical high school senior. And she is a Cinnabon Caitlyn. Congratulations in welcome to native America. Calling Hi thank you and so as a recent graduate how you feel. Kinda shock tough ride. I Bet I bet and for you. What does it mean to get to this point in? No that you're turning a new chapter Oh we had a kind of plotted out for a long time. But we knew it was gonNA make it in any words to your fellow classmates about Graduation and just getting to this point We just need to keep moving forward and we need to keep with our education and make a better future for reservation. You know all right I hear you Kaitlyn And also here with us today out of Gallup New Mexico as Dr Key Smith. He's a university of Minnesota Medical School graduate and an incoming you see. Sf University of California San Francisco Resident and he is day my pleasure to have him here and Thank you for being with us. Casey and I'm just GONNA to keep saying Hello Dr Smith. Welcome thank you for having and another great accomplishment and feel to be referred to as Dr Smith Now I think it's a while to get used to but I think there's been a lot of like challenges and sacrifices and also a that went into being able to say that and so it definitely feel it feels good But I take a lot to get used to that and so Dr Smith your thoughts about getting to this point in knowing bright now. The entire country is Looking to our medical professionals more doctors are needed. And now we can say we have another doctor Adding to the workforce in just your thoughts about getting this accomplishment especially during these times. Yeah really the question so I think just what I was saying earlier. I think as native people We tend to make a lot of sacrifices leaving our homes and our and our nation and going on to care education and so Being able to be at the point that I'm out right now and overcoming those sacrifices and challenges and being able to Say I'm a doctor now? it's just very exciting very humbling. I feel very honored to be a native person in medicine and I'm a little nervous and scared to be Kind of moving into the next journey next part of my journey during this time. But I also feel like I've been equipped with many skills and the knowledge to be able to to Treat patients and being able to learn a lot of many awesome doctors. And so I think it's An exciting but also kind of nerve wracking time but also to be on the front lines and to be able to do what I've been wanting to do for a very long time. I think I'm looking forward to it. Into what discipline are you going to be going into? So I applied to internal medicine Welby Training in internal medicine. And so you will definitely be there in critical moments in Casey just thinking of getting through all your studies in getting to this point where now it is more of the practical side where your thoughts I think I don't know I feel like at least the first part of Med school year in the books into taking lot of tests. And there's not a lot of patient interaction until toward the end of Med school. But I think I think now as you have mentioned being able to apply a lot of this knowledge and these skills that able to gain and being able to actually make changes in individuals lives is is very powerful and and and honoring into so graduation is truly a moment where you are transitioning into something new Leaving behind space that maybe you got very comfortable in. And so I know how How big of a moment. This can be for many

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I Want To Sell My Books. Do I need a Website?

The $100 MBA Show

02:02 min | 2 years ago

I Want To Sell My Books. Do I need a Website?

"So today skewed any Wednesday. I was asking. Hey I want to sell my fiction books. Do I need a website? Can some strain on Amazon? I recommend having a website having a presence online You can still saw Amazon and you can actually sell them on the book on your website before they go to Amazon and you can control that path and they can go straight to Amazon off your website via link. You can also sell your books if you want yourself if their books and you can use a platform like Podesta to do both your web presence your website as well as your e book sales now one of the things a lot of great authors. It do. Is they sell packages with their books or they sell other products that your audience would be interested in on their website of say for example you write fiction books. They're mysteries. Maybe you're really good at the whodunit type of John Mara and you WANNA sell. Maybe an animated series. I know there's a lot of authors that do this where they basically create a mini series. Be a ten parter with ten different stories and it's a video series. They just sell it as a package. And it's just an animated series. They get an animator to come and make some animations and they do a voice over the author actually does a voice over over the animations and then they sell this over and over and you can do this podium and sell access to these stories and a lot of readers love this because they are wondering. Hey what does Dr Smith look like the one from the novels I love and you can put a face to the name with the animation and then the voice overs in the intrigue in the music a lot of different products can be sold off your website because your readers love your books and that way you can expand your revenue and you can then continue to have that funding to continue to write great books. That's awesome of that business when you make more sales when you make more revenue allows you to have a little bit more freedom a little bit more creativity to make great books or to make great products or art.

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Coronavirus Close to Home

In The Thick

07:04 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus Close to Home

"The United States now has the highest number of cases in the world. That's right we have more cases in China Than Italy. We have over ninety thousand people infected. New York has the most cases in the United States at over forty thousand and over five hundred deaths the majority of the cases and deaths are in New York City. Which has become the epicenter of the virus? You know you wake up to this news and it's like hey guess what your city. The one that you're living in raising your kids in has the most cases in the United States hospitals all over. The city are quickly becoming overwhelmed. Some are even they're getting refrigerated trucks outside to store bodies. You know who do you yesterday? I had to go up to Broadway. I live in Harlem Columbia University and the Hospital. Right Columbia. St Lukes is right there on one hundred Thirteenth Street And I turned and I was like wait a second. It's like out of a movie but it's clear that they have an extension of the emergency room entrance outside. It's got a tent. It's blue there's people it's like you can't walk your normal route. So that's yeah that's what it looks like. And then you know thinking about the fact that these people. Why are my neighbors more than likely who are working in the hospital? How much shortage are they going to be facing in terms of essential supplies just like personal protective equipment known as P p. e? I'm so worried about the fact that they have to reuse masks. Yeah The New York Times put out a video on Wednesday. It was very powerful. One doctor in Elmhurst Hospital in Queens. Which has really been bearing the brunt of the outbreak and by the way because Queens has the most number of cases right now and Elmhurst where this hospital is located is a majority. Latino Latina neighborhood in Queens. So this doctor. She made it real we. Now have these five events we probab- unless people die. I suspect we'll be back to needing to beg for ventilators again in another day or two. We don't have what we need. I don't really care if I get in trouble for speaking to the media. I want people to know that this is bad. People are dying. We don't have the tools that we need in the emergency department at the hospital to take care of them and and it's really hard. I hard to watch. I mean Kudos to Dr Smith for like saying I'm not waiting anymore. I need to speak out and like screw the repercussions because this is about you. Know my oath to saving lives so It was hard to watch but it needed to be must watch. It has to be watched. So it's just so she's just so yes like she's like your neighbor. She's like I'm going to tell you the truth. I know everybody's saying it's okay out there. It's not I'm sorry to tell you it's not you know. This is the thing in this country. I was really struck by you. Know the one thing is like this is America. We're supposed to be a first world country and it feels like our healthcare system. It just showing how screwed up. It is but then let's talk a little bit about this government response to all this money because I'm like what is going on as well. I mean the Senate actually did pass two trillion with a t trillion dollar stimulus. Bill on Wednesday basically what it does. And it's still kind of unclear you know but it's going to provide direct checks to most Americans up to twelve hundred bucks which I'm like okay. Twelve hundred dollars. It's not even like half a month's rent in New York City. There's an unemployment program for those who've been laid off for up to four months and then this happened as well media. According to the latest data from the Labor Department which was released on Thursday there was a record. This is historic a record. Three point three million people applied for unemployment last week and of course some Republicans surprise surprise. I'm sorry I mean. They tried to block the provision. That would give money to unemployed. Americans Senator Tim Scott Republican. Who is actually one of the only senators of color in the Senate of South Carolina? He said this in a press conference encourage people. Make more money than you ask. Allie or the maximum four hundred. We understand the legislation. The three point six six hundred dollars a week. This legislation allowed us to make more than a vacuum lead. Do to fix that so you do not make more when you're looking okay. I'm sorry Senator Tim Scott. Come on like you're literally pinning everything now on people who lost their jobs. People are losing their jobs because of a frigging global pandemic. It's nobody's fault here. I mean money like this is such BS. This notion of Republicans only want to like take care of Wall Street and corporations like that. No problem bailing them out but God forbid you can't help people that have new jobs also. We should pay you less money during a crisis. Less money during it's like no actually. This is the time to give people more money. There's another thing that's happening to. And this is from. Nbc QUOTE EXPERTS. Who surveyed a thousand city residents in? New York found that forty one percent of Latinos and Latinos said that either they are someone else in their household had lost their jobs in the last two weeks. That's according to Graduate School of Public Health and health policy at the City University of New York right and then this is the money that I think we've been talking a little bit As a team and with you how this virus is really going to be or it's already been it's already affecting us all in one way or another. I wanted to just call attention to a video by PBS. That came out last week. That really broke it down for me. It was perfect. I mean it was one of those perfect like eight minute explanations about you know how fast a corona virus is spreading. And why? It's just a matter of time before it gets really personal for every one of us on day one. No one you know is sick. It feels like a normal day. It may stay like this for a long time until one day a few people you know her sick and suddenly a few days later it will seem like everyone is sick and it will feel like it happened instantly. Everything looks fine until it isn't fine. So you know. I think what we have to realize is that we're talking about. Potentially millions of Americans could be infected so we have to. And we're not calling it social distancing. Now we're calling it physical distancing. It's like you have to assume that you are carrying the

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"dr smith" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"dr smith" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Stephanie Miller but today my my sites are awesome yes they are okay this is the seven oh so it's thirty five minutes Dr Smith's things so well from Boston space I was not even sure that came from that was I don't know do you say that yes at night the the voice does sound familiar a friend of mine who was watching the new season of lost in space on Netflix somebody on the bench lab and he's like did you know this was based on an old TV show and I'm like well he's twenty five yeah so he didn't hold those and I'm like yeah and there was also a movie in the late nineties it was the it was the movie that knocked Titanic out of first place it was after eight weeks not that great and it wasn't that great of a movie but it was also in the movie yeah so yeah it was based on an old jeep has a recall let's start Matt leblanc and Lisa should bear yeah well it stunned that will block on about Lisa she wasn't she was the daughter okay yeah now penny penny the the weird things you learn on the selfie militia we are live in mom's basement hall and we're doing a show here yeah we're doing a show that California's long you know it's on lockdown down yeah welcome to all of our new year's for quite as someone on on the local ABC affiliate said this morning it's really no different than what the county of Los Angeles has been doing for the last few days you know you can still go out you can still exercise you can still walk your dog you can still it was weird it just it felt like almost like a technicality because we've we've got but but got up governor Newsom declared statewide for the first time because they were there are some municipalities that were still open some malls were still open and he's like okay shut it all down instead yeah and we're gonna kind of sensual and nonessential but I was reading a list this morning and you know I think we said earlier that like gardeners and landscapers those are considered essential gas station attendants yeah of course grocery stores pharmacies veterinarians are considered essential so yes there are there are still some people going to work today yeah I know it was of what was on on Wednesday I think I'd mentioned to radio is considered ready was considered essential this is radio you can watch us radio and television I'd rather you not watch rooms the magic you can see the look on my face every time I make a mistake after watching it right anyways I was speaking mistakes trump went out and spoke yesterday he hadn't there was a moment where I it felt like everything just went sideways upside down because our world it was when Chanel Chanel reels in el Reno is reeling or Ryan no I I'd you know what I don't care her name is Chanel and she is from the one American news network which means that it's A. N. and which is a sequel Lee right wing likes shockingly right when they're the ones who are travel to Ukraine with Rudy Giuliani yeah so let's let's take that for you with a grain of salt it was I was so Chanel yesterday she asked a question that got a lot of people talking.

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"dr smith" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"dr smith" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Pristine of Gulf front each is without any development itself we the the US fish and Wildlife just floated our turtle lighting as the very best model of turtle lighting in the entire United States in in really were a model for close to talk a little bit about the. I think that picture because the people of the city might think oh you're out a nice resort a conference center in this and and and obviously you have all those amenities that we talked about but you are different you were leaving you're at the front of the the the forefront eco tourism so if you can I know we're going to have chant Dr Smith coming up next hour with us to talk but you're a very different type of property from your ownership structure to the building to the way I operate so can you just give us a quick overview yeah I'm an actor that ties in the question that merry asked writer what what our first time guess saying about is in there quite amazed and surprised that it's not what they expected it's not that tall glass tower with the manicured lawns and such it was built to be integrated into the topography in and around the area among students in and that's why he got you know if you out partial buildings each one of these buildings was designed to maximize the the Gulf breezes through here that's part of the sustainability efforts itself you know a lot of the guess come down here and and they're just they're they're shop they they they don't know exactly how to take it pleasantly by the way you know because they can come here and again we connect with one another to reconnect with nature the lighting I think that we came back last evening from PM. building project and you're like wait if you drove he did know was here you drive by seventy north that it is a large building but you have you're using yellow lights and ours lies within a white for the sea turtles and other creatures as well you when you're here you certainly have no problem singer walking around but it is it doesn't like you know glisten from the roadside saying you know hotel correct we want you to connect with nature we want to be able to walk out to the beach and and not have all the light pollution itself very different place we saw the stars last night first time in awhile. that's a prostitute walked in. absolutely so bill isn't very nice for you to join us today we thank you so much appreciate the hospitality and the successes that you're having here at all state park thank you thank you very much property have a great day folks.

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"dr smith" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"dr smith" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And I want to hear from you guys. What are some of your favorite moments in late night? We can go back a bunch of years. You can be recent about it. What are some of your favorite crazy moments from late night? Tv three one two nine eight one seven two hundred for talk and text before we do that. So many posted somebody posted a picture of David Lee Roth on Facebook, and I was like scrolling down. And have you noticed that as David Lee Roth has aged that he's he looks? Now, he looks exactly like Dr Smith from lost in space. I honestly thought I thought it was Dr Smith how no he's still around. He's not. No, no. I'm just saying he looked as as he does look Roth his age just starting to look like Dr Smith from lost in space. I I I never really know. You know, I, you know, I don't see a lot of pictures of present day, David Lee Roth that much, but I like I mean, he looks exactly like Dr Smith from lost in space. Which is really weird thing to think about you know, if you go back to like nineteen seventy nine or something to think about David Lee Roth at that time. You would never think that hey, you know, what man in about forty years? He's gonna look just like Jonathan whenever whatever the hell's his last name. Jonathan. Oh, man the accurate played loss. Can you look that up for me on the Google? Jonathan. So it was doctor Dr Smith doctor Zachary Smith. Yes. Let's see Jonathan Harris Jonathan Harris right later by Gary Oldman. Talking about the movie. Let's talk about the movie got William hurt was in that movie. So it was Matt LeBlanc. Now's the choice. Anyway. So yeah, that's just an observation. I just made scrolling around during the news, I was scrolling around on the old the internet's in the Facebooks and saw this picture, David Lee Roth. No, man, he looks a lot like Jonathan Harrison Harris. I don't know if anybody's ever observed that before. But yeah. You should do a Google search of of David Lee Roth present day and see if he looks like did you see a picture of Jonathan Harris? Oh, I see him. You know, Dr Smith, right? Yes. You often space. Of course, they show it on Saturdays. They do it's on after it's on after Sven. It's a it's a it's a lovely night of television. Right there. But yeah. So I made that observation during the news was like, okay. There you go. No. Wow. Yeah. Right. Right. I'm not trying to say that Jonathan Ayers is a he's he's certainly handsome, man. Yeah. The handsome man for his age. But yeah, that's not what I thought David Lee. Roth would look like he looks like Dr Smith from lost in space. Good lord. Yeah. No, not me. Not me you beg of boats. The biggest wimp in the history of television. He didn't start out that way. It started out the very first episodes of lost in space. He was like the villain, and he was trying to sabotage everything in like strand, the family or kill the family. He was like a like a flat out villain. And then as the show went on. Creature? It's the bumbling idiot. Yeah. Now, Gary Oldman did play the character. Like, the original intention like he was like the villain of the piece in when I remember when I saw the movie I was like, why isn't Gary Oldman going. He would have been he could have done it. Really? Well. Oh, yeah. Yeah. If actually he did that in the professional. Exactly, yes. So good. Oh my God. Every moment. That movie. Okay. Outrageous late night. TV shows latest Ray late night TV moments. Three one two nine one seven two seven two hundred and we've got a list here of thirty of them. And they're they're more than thirty. And I'm sure that you guys can dig up some of your favorites. What are some of your favorite crazy late night TV.

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"dr smith" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast

GSMC Television Podcast

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"dr smith" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast

"Saw an agnosio Seretse Chiro plays down west the classic handsome pilot, who I believe I can't remember if he starts dating penny Judy. But he as one of the Rabson grills, I think he winds up dating Judy. In the classic series. So. Does a good job plan down west? So I did like him. So he he's still to show. So. Yeah. That's a us reach yo planned out west Maxwell, Jenkins's Willard Robison and Parker Posey as Dr Smith. Yeah. Parker Posey is I mean. And you thought the original Dr Smith was evil way to see Parker Posey she while. Wow. I'm excited for the second season. I can't wait to see what happens next. I really enjoyed it. There was some kind of moments. Will Robinson does bomb with the robot? You see the robot? You know, he's upgraded, and you and you get the danger will Robinson the classic. No, I kinda line from that TV series danger will Robinson danger. You get to hear that at least once or twice this take on the show is great. It's different. It's different all different cylinders. Just took a little getting used to just like like, I said the whole Judy Robinson Taylor. Russell thing that threw me but outside of that. I enjoy the show and then penny Robinson. She's a younger sister. So she has to she's kind of stuck in her. Big sister shadow. So then there's will just only boy. So it's just. And throughout the series. You see John struggling to reconnect with off his kids because he's been gone for a long time. And that's put a strain on his marriage to Maureen marines been the one holding holding it down with the kids. And then there's just like politics because they're on a mission, and they got stuck on this planet, and they on on the on the Steelers planet, you know, they're they're basically lost in space. Literally, you know, their mission has been interrupted and they're trying to survive. And there's a leader. There's more than one leader is just. And there's definitely strong personalities amongst the cast and crew. On what should be done? And Dr Smith, you know, Parker Posey's playing Dr Smith, and you know, if you watch the, well, let's just say that she's under pressure to ominous say, but I really really really enjoyed this first season the life surprise, I'm glad they brought this classic series back to television. I'm just curious to see where they go next. And like I said Parker Posey she I just grossing over her's Dr Smith. She was. Yeah. I really didn't like her when I watched her on the show. She really made me mad. That's she's doing a great job because he vote at emotions wanted to shake her and throw in jail. I really did..

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