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"dr todd" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
"I'll talk about this is made by your white blood cells. It's it's it's it's made. It's also made by gut bacteria it's found in food it's it's made by the The white blood cells specifically the masses exactly and there are certain receptors for histamine like four receptors for histamine and. Interestingly when you block histamine do you. You fall asleep. You ever to ever take benadryl right. Benadryl puts you sleep. So histamine actually activates. The body wakes the body up. So it's actually works as a transmitter. Also it's involved in allergies and itching and things like that so so histamine is is it one of these things hives or things get is exactly. Yeah so histamine definitely plays is one of the things that can play a role in migraine headaches and with their out of your approach. A patient with who's got histamine sensitivity. Will you you diagnosis. I will his in will one of the things that you can do is put somebody on a low histamine diet Because a lot of the foods that we That we take in our can have been behind histamine. Normally our body will just sort of deal with excess amounts of histamine but when the gut bacteria is outlier cbo. You'll have problems with histamine breakdown. History and degradation or certain bacteria alexa making high levels of histamine which in turn can affect the brain and your neurological system. Incredible yeah yeah. I've seen histamine treatment when you do it in the right patient by both dietary changes. Also there's all kinds of supplements that can help ursa ten even medication. Like crumlin and he will take early. You know his his his duties which is very supplemented modifying history response and getting the diet low and his mean people can really have radical transformation health and sesame. Most doctors think about our yup and it's tricky to do but it can be really effective. Yeah yeah in this. In this particular patient. When i did the testing on them loan behold he had significant sensitivity to gluten which he was totally unaware of and it never really worked with a nutritionist. Sometimes they'll say. I worked with a dietitian and there are regular dietitian. Is there not really all that helpful. As you're having a nutritionist. Who's trained in functional. Medicine can really look at the diet. Beyond just you know a calories in the macro nutrient Proteins fat and carbohydrates is very very important so in this particular patient. The organic acid testing showed a higher need for the b-vitamins showed some evidence of this osas which is imbalances. The gut. Bacteria had Significant gluten sensitivity. Some gut on testing had low. Normal magnesium was technically normal. What it was on the low side of normal. These are all the different things that you can fix and then on a stress testing had high levels of cortisol interesting. It was very very interesting and then the other thing that i've found on the patient. I'm not really sure. Because i'm sexy. Still working on that is we're going to deal with that. Later is high levels of mercury very high levels of inorganic mercury in this particular patient and then the other thing which is also really interesting as did genetic testing. I like to do genetic testing because it can really sort of lifting the hood on your car to hell you tell you what's going on a below the scenes and the thing about genetics of migraine is as not really one migraine gene and we can test for these snips. Variations of this particular patient had a variation In the Genetics the polymorphisms of a g coupled protein which has to do with serotonin and stress resiliency. So this person's genetic makeup was such that he was he was more prone towards the the effects of stress. It was a particular gene golay. Hdr one a which is on the testing that we do with a dna test and found that really sort of interesting otherwise the patient good genes at like good detox genes good co jeans etc but had problems with stress and the patient's history was consistent with that stress was one of the big triggers for that particular patient. So odd you know. Stress management is huge for everything that we see in patients who walk through the door. I mean we're all. Everybody is affected by stress. We watch the news and you get stressed right. That's why i don't have a television exactly and so anything that we can do to help people to manage and modulate in detoxify distress goes a long long way hugh. I think that's right but you know this case brings up. Something really important about functional medicine because you listed a whole litany of things it wasn't just magnesium wasn't just a god it wasn't just histamine it was just this and that it was a lotta different things exempt. And and you know functional. Medicine is really about being a medical detective and looking for all the various factors. 'cause traditional medicines. Okay you have this one disease with one drug instead of saying. Oh we're all the imbalances in the system. Let me correct all those because if you correct two out of six patient like a little better but not really you have to deal with all six exactly and i think that's really the beauty of functional medicine. We're not treating the disease where treating the patient and all their unique variations in their story and there are people who are the same so when someone comes to the migraine. It's a blank slate. Then i figure out what kind of migraine. And what are the various factors and isn't hormonal as it magnesium is it the guys at the country is is it food additives and histamine in them. And maybe all right. Yeah and so. This is really. What's so beautiful about our approach shirts. Ultra wellness center. Which by the way. 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"dr todd" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
"That. Have you ever had a headache. You better listen up especially if you had a migraine because today we're having a special episode of the doctors pharmacy called housecall with my colleague. Dr toddler here. It's ultra wellness center lenox massachusetts and we see so much migraines. Todd has been a colleague of mine for over twenty five years. Worked with me rancho now at the center for ten years and we've just been at the forefront of this movement of functional medicine. I would say migraines are among the worst condition that people can suffer from from a functional medicine perspective. They're probably the easiest things to treat when you say dot philippine peps. Exactly so how. How do we think about this condition. Traditional medicine what. What is the normal approach to diagnosis and treatment. And what's wrong with it. Interesting thing is is. When i look back i can remember when i was practicing mainstream medicine. I always looked at migraine migraine patients and there were so many different things that were offered by mainstream medicine for migraines. And it's sort of a made me question like there's no such thing as one migrate. There's so many different flavors of migrant You can have a patient who has periodic migraines. You can have someone who's got menstrual migraines so to me. That was telling me that migraines there's a lot of pathways to developing what we call a migraine or another. They also call vascular headache. And i found it really is an interesting approach to snow that each individual their presentation for migrant nizhni And the interesting thing is i would never treat to my patients the same because they all have different features. So that's that speaks to a very central idea in functional. Medicine was which is this. Just because you know the name of your disease. It doesn't mean you know is wrong with you. You you have a migraine that just describes people who have a certain type of headache with certain types of symptoms like light sensitivity not actively maybe on one side maybe visual symptoms nausea vomiting. These are the typical things. Okay you have a migraine. And then there's then we buy into classical migraine and this migrant and they're all just different ways of describing the kind of migrant but none of them tell you the cause of functional medicine is about focusing on the cause which is what you're talking about these different flavors anzac there maybe twenty nine different factors that can drive a migraine and judicial medicine. Just use a one size. Fits all approach yup. So what is the typical approach to treating migrants. Well in mainstream. Medicine is really just basically a board of therapy. You know you might take a at my Advil or aleve or an excedrin. You might take a trip tan. You might take an opiate. Imitrex imitrex imitrex exactly or opioids in severe cases steroids in other cases. So it's basically treated aboard therapy. Which is when you get an attack. You treat that attack and for people who get them more frequently It's about trying Preventive therapies and they're all over the place. I that was i. I found that. Actually quite interesting when i was looking at how neurologist approach migraines these headaches neurology specialists and they use everything they throw everything in there. They throw in betablockers. They'll throw in calcium channel block to prevent migrants to prevent migrants exactly. So it's a so. The preventive role is is really important. I think because when you look at someone who's from migraines amid people can lose a lot of work over over. Migraines they village hitting owes absolutely In some type of some people might be two or three days or a whole week. That's lost. They're just like you know they got to stay in bed and turn turn the lights off. And just you know. Wait till the whole episode passes and And then other medications are using mainstream. Medicine are anti seizure. Medications depressing seizure medications. Blood pressure medication. Calcium channel blocker all the stuff that the kind of throwing antidepressants tricyclic antidepressants. You name it. There's no way to actually figure it out. You sort sorta like it's like spaghetti on the wall. He's talked. just try this. Try that try. This and i can't tell you how many pages i've seen have been through the mill of these medications and it might help a little. It might vote. Your boat talks now. They're using botulinum toxin. Yeah for paralyze the muscles in the back of the head right exactly right so it is a terrible condition. I've met people who had no chronic daily migraines or twenty days a month and else it's so awful for people especially in women. Women are tend to have a little more. I think in general women I'd probably see more women with migraines than as opposed to men and women also get menstrual migraines which is another sort of flavor of migraines which is another Probably related to estrogen detoxification So it it really is. It's it's it's actually it's it's it. It really keeps me on my toes in functional medicine when i see a migraine patient. 'cause it's not like oh here's your problem you know. Just do this and it's fine. I've got like play detective. I've gotta figure out what are the factors that are driving that person's unique presentation of their mikey's this absolutely right because what we do in traditional medicines. Okay you have this type of headache and asks these questions and meets these criteria for a migraine headache as according to the neurological society criteria. But once you make the diagnosis there's no more thinking involved. It's like okay. Here's a cocktail of drugs. I get to pick from your start with these. try this. try this and it's just like it's kind of a a merry go round of drugs and often is is so difficult for people to get better because they're not asking the right questions so and functional medicine. We don't just name and blame. Which is what i mentor. City baker talks naming blaming payment. You name the disease as oh you have a migraine. That's why your head hurts. No that's not why your head hurts. That's just a name of wire. And we try to tame it with a drug instead of actually figuring out the cause so so let's talk a little bit from a functional perspective. About what the causes are unless getting some cases because we both seen so many cases. He's one of the most satisfying things for me as a doctor to actually treat because it's so easy and people do so so well with simple approaches that route deal with the root causes absolutely. Yeah so we'll tell me what one of the things that you think. When you're coming to see these patients that could be driving the The migrants one of the things that i think is missed by a lot of mainstream doctors. Even neurologist is to understand the role that might have contra play in migraines so interestingly mighty qendra which are the powerhouse of the cell the they basically is where are our body consumes food we produce energy from that food in the form of atp and mighty qendra are not really tested by mainstream medicine They are not well understood. Something that you learn about in medical school and then you forget about it and the interesting thing is that people who have migraines also have a higher incidence of seizures And that's why To some degrees anti-seizure medications can actually have efficacy in some patients who have migraines so. There's a there's the real important to realize that connection between macondo dysfunction in migraines dramatic energy in yourself make energy results in fact. I've actually seen some patients. Interestingly who and. I don't see a treat children but i've seen some adults. When i go into their history. They had a history of what is called vomiting syndrome That's where a young kid is vomiting for. No particular reason and turns out cyclic. Vomiting syndrome is actually mcconnell Problem and as a person gets older they outgrow that vomiting episodes but they actually then present with migraines and interestingly the gut is connected to the brain so a lot of people can have what we call abdominal migraines. Yeah exactly right right yeah. There's reminded me out. I had a patient who struggled with headaches and migraines and she had terrible cbo overgrowth of bad bugs in your small intestine those causing all this from tation crises toxic byproducts that were critically create inflammation in the brain and we treated her gut with antibiotics secure migraine. But who would've thought of that is just exactly. Yeah and it's also the other interesting We're gonna talk about that in. The upcoming episode is on histamine role of history. And that's actually a very interesting when you look at history because people who have cbo actually have bacteria that are producing. Toxins like you're talking about. And one of the problems is excess amounts of histamine so normally bacteria will degrade histamine and we have enzymes that do that. And there's all these different pathways and when you look at some people who have migraine headaches. There are certain foods which can trigger a migraine. So is it the food. That's doing it or said something in the food or how the the food is actually being metabolize. So that's a really a key important feature. Is that the connection between the gut our food and the brain. Yeah i mean. This is such a big problem. Todd and the the amount of people with migraines just over ten million poeple have migraines It costs about seventeen billion dollars a year to society and healthcare costs just direct healthcare costs as medications emergency room visits hospitalizations doctor visits testing.
"dr todd" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
"And white and your wellness plan. Shouldn't be either curious about your own health program. Dial into your unique needs a highly recommend checking out inside tracker right now. They're offering mike immunity twenty five percent off at inside tracker dot com forward slash. Dr hyman that's dot grind inside tracker dot com. That's s. i. D. t. r. a. c. k. r. dot com slash. Dr hyman vr h. Ym an and you'll see the discount code in your cart. I know a lot of you out. There are practitioners like me helping patients. He'll using real food and functional medicine as your framework for getting to the root cause. What's critical to understanding what each individual person and body needs is testing. Which is why. I'm excited to tell you about rupa. Health looking at hormones organic acids nutrient levels five metairie factors gut bacteria and so many other internal variables can help us find the most effective path to optimize health and reverse disease but up till now. That menu are usually ordering tests for one patient from multiple labs and. I'm sure many of you can really time this process was and then it could all feel like a lot of work to keep track of now. There's rupa health a place for functional medicine practitioners to access. More than two thousand specially loud from over twenty laps dutch fiber in america genova great plains and more rupa health helped provide a significantly better patient experience and ninety percent. Faster letting you simplify the entire process of getting the functional medicine lab tests you need and giving you more time to focus on patients. This is really much needed. Option of functional medicine space. And i'm so excited about it means better service for you and your patients you can check it out and look at a free live demo with a q. And a. or create account at rupa health dot com. That's our up. A health dot com. Now let's get back to this week's episode of the doctors pharmacy. Welcome to the doctors pharmacy. I'm dr mark hyman. That's farms who than ffa our.
Why Circadian Rhythm Is Key to Health
"Today we're having a special episode of the doctors pharmacy with dr toddler. Pena's our house call episode. We dive deep into issues in the function medicine. Space and help you understand your body. A new way understand to access health using the framework of functional medicine. Welcome tun thank you. Mark is great great topic so years ago. Our mentor. sid baker who is one of the genius mines medicine. I believe on the twentieth twenty-first century basin he wrote this book called the circadian prescription. And who was the first one who really talked about the role of rhythm in health. So can you tell us why rhythm and circadian rhythms and chronology is actually so important in. What is it all about anyway all right. Well you know you're absolutely right. I i read the book That's that said. Baker wrote says chicane prescription. That's sort of where the sir lightbulb went off my head said you know this is really important stuff. And it's sort of the fourth dimension of health which is time and understanding that you know we have rhythms in nature. We have the rising of the sun in the setting of the sun and then the lunar cycles and we have the the months in the seasons in the year so it only makes sense that our body has its own cycles and own seasons and understanding that We have these internal clocks and we have jeans. They're called clock genes and they have to synchronize Just like an orchestra got a lot of different pieces You're talking earlier in a podcast. About how many different chemical reactions are going on the body. You have chemicals being made you have chemicals being broken down. You have chemicals being detoxified in you have all these rhythms going on in the body in their happening In in harmony if you will and just like when you have a an orchestra in order for an orchestra to make really good music what do you need. You need a conductor and this is understanding that the bodies conductor Is synchronizing the whole body in terms of the liver and the heart and the muscles and they gestion all of those factors so our body's ability to have a good rhythm is key towards health
The Functional Medicine Approach To Oral Health with Dr. Todd LePine
"People who go to medical school. We don't really learn much about the mouth gum disease or you can have sores in your mouth and we a few things here and there. But it's just amazing. How much of a vacuum and our education or health is but in the turns out it's been linked to everything from alzheimer's to heart disease to cancer and to autoimmune diseases and on and on and on and the question is you know what is going on with abs the connection between our oral health and overall so take us down that pathway. Then we'll talk about you know. Basically how to address dental health a functional medicine perspective. Yeah so mark Just a just a little bit of background. Probably have mentioned this before. But i come from family of dentists so my grandfather was a dentist. He went to the university of maryland in the late eighteen. Hundreds my father went to university of maryland. Nineteen four days. My brother went to u. penn dental school and then his two sons are dentists and my two sisters are dental hygiene. So this is a topic. That's near and dear to me. And i'm sure the black sheep of the family and we know that in functional medicine the gut is sort of where everything starts and it can either lead you down the path of health or can lead you down the path of disease and the beginning of the gut the mouth so as you mentioned you know in in medical school. We didn't learn anything about them out. That was like for the dentist. We'll just ignore that and the dentist just basically stay them out and they don't really realize that there's a whole body connected mild or some of the dentist don't and this is where i think. A lot of even functional medicine physicians and dentists really miss a connection. So unless you're working with a a holistic Smart dentist or a functional medicine doctor. Who's aware of the connection between on the mouth in the gut ends systemic the yoon system You're going to be missing a lot of things and and as you mentioned before You know there are a host of conditions including premature birth obesity diabetes cardiovascular disease rheumatoid arthritis inflammatory bowel disease and even dementia that are directly connected to poor or health.
Exploring And engaging autism With Doctor Todd Peter Levine.
"This is when this is the brand messaging podcast. Wait what really okay today. I'm here with todd. Peter levin he happens to not be a serial killer. Actually we can make it four words. It could be a doctor. Todd peter levin Like would you like fava beans with that. Now we're now we're really going. Its silence of the. Todd's thing in all seriousness. Though because we we are going to start joking. Not todd for a while. I didn't talk to him for a while. But dr todd. Peter levin is here with me today again. This is loren wise and the title of today's episode is exploring in engaging autism with dr todd. Peter levin todd tatas is. We're not doing this. Dr stuff are we know. Please don't please call todd. Thank thanks so much for having me. No i go by todd all over the place professionally and personally so i appreciate that. That's cool and it's a little bit more laid back okay. So we met. Let's just breaking the ice or breaking back the history here. We met nine thousand nine hundred eighty five correct. That can't camp frank a day in west. Brookfield massachusetts in a yeah. It was. That was the summer that we both turned. Eleven that we're both i. Would i remember it myself. Because i can't speak for you. Awkward lanky looking for socialization may be interested in girls and Stumbling miserably over ourselves but a great place to do that. I thought you know camping canoeing. Linda cabin it was awesome. I look back. And i found one of those photos that my wife saw it was like bothers is really short shorts. Unlike not only was it. An awkward timing was nineteen eighty five. Yeah and don't forget. Don't forget the tall socks socks pulled up to your knees with stripes. You know along the top part of it. That was a big move for me. Absolutely now i before we dig into him and and he's here for autism. He is a doctor. We're going to talk about the otherness. Podcast his podcast. It's in the process of production. But were you there and this is not a rumor. A boat blew up one summer. I was there when it happened. I didn't see it but lightning struck the lake and struck the boat and there was an explosion. Was that we in the same camp that year was that a year before a year later. Do you remember that it might know because that is definitely something i remember and my because you were there a few summers before me. And then i what happened was are overlapping. Ear was the first year. I was there in the last year. You were there. So there wasn't a boat explosion but was something almost as exciting. The you know the the fireworks on the fourth of july someone you know had a roman candle you know the the the basically the two that shoots balls at out and nailed someone in the face. Where the counselors. And i have no idea. Yeah that was. That was the excitement of eighty five. I think maybe was. I don't know if it was summer. But that was the most explosive in terms of flames. And and that sort of thing. I do remember. I hadn't picked up the drums at that point but there was a cabin. I think two or one up from ours and it was a guy with the way i remember. It was a white drum set and a whole bunch of us were inside and he was drumming. And i don't know again a month necessarily gonna say it was camp david. I remember just being in awe of this. This guy in this drum said and loud and rock and roll and i don't know maybe it was that summer camp and start for me. Yeah no i do remember it. It was yeah two cabins down. I guess it was empty and the guy had a drum set and he reminded me of sort of every eighties rocker. You would have any developing eighties rocker. I remember long blonde hair. You know terminator sunglasses. Some sort of cutoff t shirt. And he's a good guy too. So yeah i remember standing watching him and or hearing from like you know two hundred yards away or more because it was loud of course so and here's a little bit more of the irony. I'm always the one in most of my podcasts. When i talk to people about podcast say you know what dig in. Don't go into crazy stories too often. Don't talk about things that people can't necessarily relate to you. But i rarely have guests much less guests that i haven't really seen and the better part of thirty five years so i'm breaking my own rule here but the leading a little bit forward here we you added me on facebook and i guess i just accepted and didn't even put two and two together a little back before we connected in the fall right so that was going back a few years. I remember the name loren wiseman and you know as as we caught up you sort of picked up. I do remember quite a few things over the years. So i remembered hearing the name. See well reading the name seeing the photo in. Of course i wasn't gonna put two and two together and say that was definitely the kid i went to camp with but i said hey in the spirit of connectedness let's do it and then what transpired from there was reading about your work in authentic messaging brand messaging and sort of putting important things out there in ways that are about the about the authenticity authority. Not about kind of gone with the fads and stuff too. So that moment. are those your post. Plus my transition in life from where i was living in rhode island to cenex were important. Wants to and as podcast idea came to me with a group of friends from college a few months earlier i reached out and the results were
Biden to reimpose COVID-19 travel ban that Trump lifted
"Beginning tomorrow, International travelers entering the U. S must provide proof of a negative Corona virus test. The by the administration's also reinstituting travel bans on travelers from Brazil, Ireland, the UK and among other countries. South Africa, ABC medical contributor, Dr Todd Ellen says, I think this travel ban does make sense because the variant, especially the South African variant appears to be more contagious. And also it appears to be resistant to some of the monoclonal antibodies. So far, the South African variant has not been spotted in the U. S.
Health officials warn of post-Thanksgiving COVID-19 case surge
"Across the nation. Today, Health experts are bracing for a post Thanksgiving surge in covert cases is comes while the United States anxiously awaits the process of getting newly finished covert vaccines approved for emergency use and rolled out America's top infectious disease specialist, Dr Anthony Fauci, tells ABC this week today that the health community is nearly certain Things are going to get worse before they get better. We likely will have an increase in cases as we get into the cold weeks of the winter, and as we approach The Christmas season. And as for those who did gather outside their homes for Turkey Day this year, Dr Todd Halloran of South Shore Hospital in Weymouth says people need to get tested. Best thing to do now is for anyone who's traveled and, you know cross bubbles. You want to go out. You want to get tested. We know that probably getting cereal tests is important as well because single test can sometimes lead to false negative result. Here in the Commonwealth. We're seeing no exception in the cove in 19 surge, state health officials reporting more than 2900 new cases of Cove it and 40 deaths in the last 24 hour count. Hospitalizations also won the on the rise, 1000 and 45. As of yesterday, 225 of those patients in ICU.
"dr todd" Discussed on Pantheon
"Working as a correctional officer. We don't love it off. I mean, look, here's the thing if in the mid-nineties it was revealed that somebody was like formerly a corrections officer and had created this false identity black people would react differently to it. By the time Ross came along all of these sort of myths of like Purity and Hip-Hop that I think been exposed in such a way that it's like, okay. It's a Persona. I mean, I've always said two people you shouldn't look at hip-hop is documentary. You should look at it as figure then these wage. Pampers created personas and the best of them were able to make you think that the Persona was the real person Ross came along at a certain time where I'm I'm just not looking at it the same way that I was ten fifteen or twenty years earlier by this point is clear. This is you know, a rapper is really like a actor which is why so in into acting so I don't, you know, hold that against him. I know a lot of people do but people would be surprised at how they you know, how much has been embellished in the Persona of their favorite rappers if they and in some ways I kind of hope so, you know. Yeah, I mean, but that that Consciousness in the nineties people were really caught up in this notion of realism, but realism is an aesthetic, you know, there's a style of realism wage. You go into a studio and start putting it on a record. It's not real cuz it's not in the street. You're now like trying to capitalize on it. And so it becomes you know, a cultural product off. So I think people had a lot of misconceptions about realism that are more well understood these days and perhaps for a while now. Take it from somebody who goes by the name real I didn't I didn't name myself that name was given to me. But you know about keeping it real. Yeah always been people I was I was real before people were keeping it real and I mean to that it's like, you know, the other times did not feature on me. This would have been in 2003. They did a long feature on me in the calendar section and they titled it notoriously wage. H d I tell you this story because when I was coming up, if you gave yourself a name people look at you funny. Oh, yeah, I think that's true. That's still true. I think it's still true though, perhaps some haters who I have encountered will say things like the self-proclaimed and all torious PhD the LA Times said that if it's so I like, you know wrong with it, but I didn't say that the LA Times said it I care. So my record in the same way that like, you know real was a name bestowed upon me because I used to have faith waited. I would greet people and real was part of the greeting and eventually people just started calling me real and it cuz it stopped cuz I was a real muffin and so I'm like so, you know, if it fits you you got a roll with it, but I just wanted to be clear about that because you know, I don't want people thinking I'm like naming myself. These things have been bestowed upon me. Yep. Will my game yes, it has been made clear. It's on the record real notorious PhD Doctor Todd Boyd, whatever going to call you. We want to thank you for doing the forecast. We really appreciated you make the time and we had a good time talking to you. This is great. Yeah, I enjoyed it as well. Thanks for having me. Is there anything you would like to plug? I know your thoughts be in 75 documentaries in the next two weeks. So if there's if there's anything hundred and seventy-five, I mean, you know, I told you I started out of MC. So I still have a lot of that in me, you know, the good doctor is on all platforms, you know, Twitter Instagram notary PhD the Undisputed documentary King, you know for a long time running like, you know documentary King. I wrapped the crown off. Not a lot of documentaries coming up steady doing interviews, you know, I try to be visible in all over the place. So I'm not hard to find if you're interested in you know, some serious shit off with me up. All right. Well, you can follow us at Rock Hall. I'm sorry. You're really going to have to you're going to have to amp up the plug section. So no, that's a lot to follow. I don't have a ton to work with but you can follow us on Instagram and Twitter at Rock Hall Todd. Email us Rock Hall gmail.com. We'd love to hear from you. If you want Kristen see that message you're going to need to specify that somewhere in the email, please subscribe to us an apple podcasts great review as five stars only if it's not five stars, it's mean I thank you to my Cloyd for the logo back to you soon Kim for the music and thank you to Pantheon podcast for hosting us. I'm joke was Allah. I'm Christian Studdard also known as case study, but that was also a name that was given to me song. I just want to be clear about that as well. And who cares about the rock.
"dr todd" Discussed on Pantheon
"There was like why they playing this bullshit. This is jazz station Lake fuk. No letting go ahead and I was like amused by a cuz he was really worked up he was upset and I'm like, why are you so upset and he's like, you know, they get all these jazz station. Same thing. Elvin was saying it would all these jazz station playing this bullshit. So I always found that to be really funny but hearing it so much it kind of impact the way I look at music and so I'm like, okay DMC trying to make some money by doing this song with Arrowsmith. I'm going to ignore that and I'm going to listen to the music that you know, I like wage, um, if they do but that was to me a point when they kind of went in another Direction and if you think about it dmc's really not They're they're big at that moment but a short time thereafter, they kind of start to decline of it. Well and the concept of or the years has changed like the concept of selling out has changed the idea that even that used to be such a bad thing. And now I think that you know kids these days like like everyone is just like it's not like everyone's like yeah trying to do their spawn, They're sponsored content like, you know getting a commercial in a commercial get the money getting a movie. It doesn't matter and people don't necessarily even call them on that there isn't that feeling of like, oh man, you sold out or you're just dead. Yeah. I don't know. It's like not as used to I mean in the nineties, especially to kind of people were just like don't ever sell out man. Stay poor forever. No one should ever know your music wage. I mean, you know people can impose those kind of limitations at any time. I mean, I think they're selling out and then there's buying in, you know, just walk, you know, if you want to make some money then you make certain decisions. But if you have to water down your content in order to be.
"dr todd" Discussed on Pantheon
"I'm your host joke was Allah. I know entirely too much about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and that's a shame. I didn't intend to rhyme but there we go with me as always vayasu song video chat. Somebody who does not care about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but she still does this for some reason, it's Christian Studdard. Hi, Kristen. Hello, you know that's also a shame not quite clean of a crime there. But yeah, but it is a shame to not care and still spend so much time speaking about something that I actively dislike beautiful and let's bring in our guest very excited to have him with us. He's an author a scholar a professor at USC the self-proclaimed documentary King because if you have seen dead He documentary about pop culture in the past. I don't know how many years you have seen his face. You've heard him talk. He's into an authority to say the least whether it's 20 Feet from Stardom the Last Dance sound breaking. The CNN documentaries were happy to have him the notorious PhD himself. Dr. Todd Boyd. Hi. Thank you for having me. Thank you for being so first things first. I know that the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame exists in the periphery for a lot of people. It's not something that people really think about or focus on and curious. If you have any connection to the hall or thoughts about it. I have no connection to it and unless someone called me to speak on it, but I don't have to take this say about it. Yeah on its own but of course, I'm familiar with it. Yeah. I'm surprised that you're not a voter, you know base based on the dock. Yep. Is that I've seen you appear to be a voice of authority on a lot of different subjects specifically music and I I do think it's weird that you're not on the voting Bloc. Well, thank you very much. Um, no one is over asked me to vote. Maybe they think they wouldn't like the way I would vote but I have not gotten that call. I talk to people all the time and they say I'm surprised I did not doing this. I'm surprising I'm not a voter at least it's not this time maybe after this podcast. Yeah, we hold a lot of sway off. Maybe it'll have them. Maybe this will be the big break that gets you that ballot. I mean, I'd love it if you got a ballot I would you would you care like would you take a look like would that be something you'd be interested in is voting on on the nominees every year. I mean, you know, I think to call it the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. I have some birth. Issues with that I consider myself like a Michelin star. So but you want to you know amp up your voting body and be able Eman straight to people that you're serious and substantive then maybe I need to be in the mix. That's you hear that all a Michelin star also took an excellent way to define oneself. I really I I like it and I would love to feel one day that I could be a Michelin star. I can think of myself as a Michelin starcross. You said? Yeah, you have some thoughts just about like the concept of it even being called the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame et cetera, you know, I guess that's why we're here to discuss right? Yeah. I'm not trying to step on anybody's toes, but I mean first of all when you talk about rock and roll, what are you talking about? Like the roots of rock and roll and what rock and roll means to most people when they hear that phrase now that's very different things. So, you know, there's the issue of the roots and issues of procreation and such and I think this moment in the seventies perhaps maybe starts in the mid sixties when rock and roll is represented as white in spite of the fact that it is something that grows out of various examples of black music, but the seventies maybe seems to be the high point of rock and roll and you know, there was a lot of money and media attention, you know, surrounding rock and roll off so subsequently there's a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame which you know is fine but to think of rock and roll as the center of American music, you know is to me problematic because that's inconsistent. With this history, so I respect it for what it is. But I also look at the Historical Origins and social and political components of it. I mean, honestly at this point in time is is rock and roll still that relevant maybe from a historical standpoint. But you know when you're talking about putting people in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, I don't know that Biggie Smalls born in the Hall of Fame is really a signature moment in terms of his overall body of work, but you appreciate the recognition nonetheless. So it is what it is. Yeah, we talked about that on the show a lot the turning point and and like because you know rock and roll got whitewashed from the beginning from Elvis from you know have been like the the fifties it began in the fifties even just like the co-opting and the you know appropriation and stuff. But yeah, when you think of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame or think of rock and roll the way we think about Now, yeah, you think of like white men with guitars in the late sixties and throughout the seventies and then yeah, it's like in the seventies then they you know, even the dungeons of disco and soul and Funk and everything being like specifically off shot and different from rock and roll and like rock and roll being tuned in to be predominantly about white culture or dare. I say even the term white culture like but like, you know and and like when that happened but we talked a lot about on the Chicago. So yeah, does Rock even or rock and roll have relevance now and we talk about rock and roll used to mean like counterculture the music that would piss your parents off and that now is wrapped up like that now is hip hop music and so the term rock and roll like what does it mean? What does should it be the Music Hall of Fame does does it help biggie to be in the rock and roll? Fame in some way does it help the or does it help the Rock Hall to have him the the the question is open? It's funny to think about that because I bought a rock and roll as the music to kiss your parents off is funny because you know, those people our parents now and maybe even grandparents age and there, you know children or grandchildren have been listening to hip-hop for perhaps over thirty.
"dr todd" Discussed on Pantheon
"If you don't like losing a vote on Election Day is all Christian.
U.K. "challenge" trials will infect healthy volunteers with COVID-19
"China defending its giving of an experimental covert vaccine to thousands of people. It says number one lack of side effects so far and says it needs to protect itself from people returning through its borders. Three vaccines actually are being used UK is preparing for the first test that expose healthy people to call that 19 the so called human challenge trials as part of vaccine development. There are differing ethical views. As you can imagine. Dr. Todd Alan says he doesn't think it's a very good idea feel much more comfortable if we had a proven therapeutic that could keep healthy people out of the hospital. Without that I'm really personally challenged as to the ethics of this study will involve volunteers between 18 and 30, and the U. S. Is looking at the potential of doing it next year.
"dr todd" Discussed on KOMO
"Dr Todd Ellen and ABC News Medical contributor in our political analyst here at ABC News. Steve Roberts is also with us A CZ You hear Dr Eller and talk a little bit about the realities of what the president Is facing what larger messages might the country take from the president getting infected? Well, it's a good question, and Joe Biden has said he does not want to use this as a political issue, he said today. This is not about politics. It's about wishing the president well. He sent out prayers for a speedy recovery to the president. The first lady But of course it is about politics, and the election is only 32 days away, and the larger message here that the Democrats are going to try to exploit. Is could be summed up very quickly. You know, during the convention, the Republican convention in the White House, the key message that Donald Trump was sending was you cannot be safe. You will not be safe in Joe Biden's America. What he was saying was because of anarchy because of violence in the streets will in effect. What the Democrats are now saying is, you cannot be safe in Donald Trump's America and you can't be safe in that America because of his reckless treatment of this disease. And this Ah Ah, incident today just reinforces that message, not just about how the president is handled things before, but has he might handle things if he was given four more years, Erin ABC News Political analyst Steve Roberts will return to the campaign trail check in with the Biden campaign and our political director again and we'll get into how this is affecting the confirmation process for the next Supreme Court justice. Stay with US. I'm Erin Turkey, and you're listening to live coverage from ABC News Fall is here in the holidays.
"dr todd" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Heart radio app Fox 31 Pinpoint whether hazy tonight Low 40 for 67 tomorrow 75 On Sunday It's 74 degrees in Denver. President Trump is now at Walter Reed Medical Center. The White House says he'll work from there for a couple of days out of an abundance of caution for treatment of Corona virus. The president has been given the Regeneron Antibody cocktail. ABC consultant Dr Todd Alan was asked about it. So this is experimental. It's It's similar to a convalescent plasma, but it's manufactured. This is a cocktail of monoclonal antibodies. There. You try to give this to patients early on in the illness because it prevents the virus from entering the cell. It catches that spike that we've heard about that spike Protein that protrudes out of the virus doesn't allow it to attach those receptors that are in our noses, those molecular doorways that allows the virus into the cell. It's been shown in a small number of patients, a few 100 To improve recovery time and decrease the virus as well. So it may be promising, but it's still experimental President Trump and a video treat tonight said he thinks he's doing very well. First lady Melania Trump is said to have more mild symptoms. There are concerns about what would happen if the president gets worse. ABC is Terry Moran walks us through the amendment of 25th amendment. If President Trump at any time feels he is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office. He just submits a written declaration, saying that to the Senate and the House and vice president Pence Becomes acting president. Today, though the Trump White House is making it abundantly clear power is not being transferred to vice president Pence. Denver's Catholic archbishop says it's possible that by the Christmas season, Catholics will again be expected to attend Sunday Mass during the pandemic. That requirement has been suspended and Airbnb prohibiting one night rentals over Halloween weekend. It's part of a crackdown on party houses on Wall Street. Today, the Dow fell. 1 34 S and P 500 lost. 32 the NASDAQ dropped to 51 Our next news. Updated. 6 30 I'm Cathy Walker on K Away News radio 8 50 AM in 90 for one. FM. NEWSMAX TV. It's America's new conservative cable news channel, and it just broke records. ComScore reports almost 10 Million cable viewers tuned in to watch Newsmax last month. It's at the cutting edge of the media, Revolution checkout, NEWSMAX TV and every weekday night watch Greg Kelly reports. A former Marine combat veteran and former White House correspondent Greg Kelly, is exposed. Sing the media's lies about President Trump. Gregg also reveals the war over President Trump's Supreme Court nominee. Newsmax is on all major cable systems..
US extends ban on cruise ships through October
"The U. S ban on cruise ships through the end of October of amid Corona virus outbreaks on ships overseas infectious disease specialist and Dr Todd Ellen says cruise ships will need to make changes to prevent outbreaks early on in the pandemic. If cruise ships are going to be allowed to sail there need to be major infection prevention Recon. Figuration. So there's less passengers on board. There's more optimized ventilation. The passengers and the crew are masked as much as possible. Physical distancing remains important. And then there have to be a plan when crew or the passengers become infected, that they're able tto get off the ship. He says Typical conditions aboard cruise ships make them hot zones for infections. The
"dr todd" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"I I wish we could get it done while we can but You know. Hopefully it happened. Yeah I I think that's very well put hopefully it does. But coach let's assume it does what the Hell is football starting in February and going into March. Look like. That's a good question and I'm I'm wondering the same thing. I've never been a part of Spring Ball except for in college, and then of course, you don't play games there is just practice. So that's a great question but Still looking forward to it just the same I mean I. Don't know if it's GonNa be Colder Windier. You know what the weather's GonNa look like and it's GonNa get darker sooner I'm guessing Don't know but we're GONNA take it on. Well, the the old coaches rhetoric that was what always got thrown around was, hey, we wanna be when there's snow on the ground now it's going to be, Hey, we wanna be playing when it's sixteen seventy degrees out there the rhetoric is going to have to change. Exactly yeah coach. Hey I appreciate your time man, thanks for checking in hang in there and and appreciate you again joining us and giving us a little bit of an inside look to to what this roller coaster of the last seventy two hours have been. Absolutely Adamy Yep thanks head coach of the spartans. Jason. Runoff appreciate that and then like you said, I these kids though the one thing that I will say in in hopefully this is getting related onto them is that Now we're back to where we were. It's not like they took it away anything like that. We're back to where we are. We've got to keep working and gotta get ready for it and ready to go. So hopefully, they are able to bounce back and kind of take you know take this on the Chin and say you know what it's time to to keep rolling and and I think that they will and there's a lot of great. Coaches here in northern Colorado that we're able to do that. So we need to catch break here. We'll come back on the other side. We'll talk with Dr Todd Whistler from the Evergreen internal and family medicine at newest physicians. When we come back, this is no co now prison by the nine agencies. Let's get to the bottom of the hour news and Weather Center Dan Patrick the whole show and Colin cowherd or northern Colorado's voice thirteen ten KFI. K. Took in now presented by the Jeanine agencies. I am tanner. Schwendt excited to be.
"dr todd" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"Low until I know for sure and have you know. Just, a confirmation on what exactly is going on and You know as soon as we heard what the governor was talking about I told him, you know be ready to go just in case this happens no guarantees but you know let them know that chassis was meeting and they were talking and so. Yeah I mean they got all excited and. was. Aided to give them the news that it wasn't going to happen. But you know that's the way life works I mean he's got gotta roll with the punches and and. Do what we need to do regardless. So. How did proud of our kids? They haven't really complained about anything. Yeah. They were disappointed but you know they're still working and they know that they're excited for what's going to happen in the spring. were. You surprised that the the board of directors voted unanimously in favor of keeping the current schedule. I was a little surprised especially with all the positivity and everything that you know just people were excited and you can see there was a there was a five And the way that you know government police. spoke you know I thought it was going to happen and it's all I was Kinda surprised when when they decided that I wasn't going to happen and they were going to just continue what they're. What they're spring. Plants. This this is going to be a weird year. Oh, I mean it's already a weird year but you're talking about high school in athletics it's going to continue to be weird and. Talking with head coach of the West spartans football team Jason, Renov, and coach..
"dr todd" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"Northern Colorado never stops neither do we. This is no co now presented by the Shanin nation-states. Here's Tanner's went. Good Thursday afternoon northern Colorado welcome in to the auto cushion specialist studios. Happy to be with you know man. You know when we last talked on what was that Tuesday afternoon? We kind of had a cliffhanger going on because we didn't know what was going to happen with high school athletics and let me tell you that a juicy story that we're going to get into. Can't believe the the time line of events that has transpired over the last couple of days. We're GONNA dive into that and to get this full effect, we're going to bring in the head coach of the spartans the football coach for the spartans Jason ran off because what is what has happened these last two days It's tough to fathom just from where I sit as to the reasoning behind it and. Why this was even a thing but I can't imagine what these sixteen seventeen eighteen year old athletes or thinking right now because some headlines. That shame on some media outlets for putting Colorado reverses decision on on fall athletics that never happened. Let's be very clear about that with that was never the point. The point was that they were going to revisit the problem. and. These athletes just the okay S- time to go. You know I started seeing you know posts in in these different groups and coaches saying, Oh, it's time to roles time to roll. and. Then it didn't happen. So we're going to talk to. Jason. Runoff about how his his team's been handling this. Cove. Nineteen pandemic as a whole but also talking about. What exactly has gone on in the last couple of days, and then we will have our VIP gas Dr. Todd Wizar- will join the program excited to have him. Believe it or not. There are other diseases out there outside of the coronavirus and we are going to be talking about flu shots are important to be getting this year. We're GONNA talk to the doctor about that..
"dr todd" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The league also is hiring officials monitor club houses and team hotels to assure there are no violations. And Major League Baseball made it clear in their memo to the clubs that it will not tolerate reckless activity or there will be severe punishment, and the league is now requiring everyone to always wear masks when not on the field, while also severely limiting all into a whole interaction among players. Coaches and staff members on we welcome your phone calls for Dr Todd Ellery at 877337 66 66. With all that I just mentioned doctor didn't miss anything. I mean, listen, I think this is some of the sounds onerous, but I think it is necessary that one word. I want it. I want everyone to take home is flexibility. We have to check and adjust and I think that's what they're doing. Look, if there's one take home messages, I said before, it's the master. We don't want to see the uneven masking when we look into the dugout and heat some players with math, some players without It just doesn't make sense again. We have We want the game to go on. And if we want them to continue safely, you know, just just the masking part will significantly limit transmission in awhile season to go on the other things that they really some of the principles within their new rags are, you know just the physical distancing within the hotels. The way they travel on buses That could only have you know one person per per I'll Yet skip Skip rose on airplanes. Similar thing. You know some of the common sense stuff that really you know when they're going when they're eating to try toe when they sit down, Make sure they have the physical distance thing that's really important. It's with transmission is more likely off the field, then on the field when you think about it. Ah Eduardo Rodriguez of the Boston Red Sox contract ID Covert 19 and, and he is now sidelined for the season with an inflammation of the heart talk if you will about the effects of co bid A two professional athletes like the baseball players. Yeah, This is a really important question, And we could talk for a while on this, But let me say a few things. First of all, Kobe in the heart. Remember, we've only known about this virus for about seven months. There's still more questions than answers, but we know it can affect the heart. Now. Importantly, most people will not get What Rodriguez did with this Myo card item. That's a fancy word for saying inflammation of the heart. Okay, so you know, listen. There have been cases of sudden death with us. Most people, however, with mild cardio do recover, so I want to make that clear, But they're also there's a recent study that came out in Jama cardiology. It looked at Um, about a 100 patients would. We're covered from Cove it and they did special memory imaging of the heart. And what they showed is that the majority close to 80% had changes consistent with inflammation. Now, that doesn't mean that 80% of patients for individuals get heart failure with this, we don't know what the long term implications hopefully, most people recover. We need to. We need to keep our eye on this, but it is something that you bring up C. It's not just about death and dying. There's this other term that we've seen called post Kobe syndrome, where individuals who would cover some of them actually have miles or illness, But they have prolonged fatigue, sometimes debilitated, generalized weakness. Some of them are losing their hair. Okay. Other of them have had just pain and shortness of breath. Even though their oxygenation is normal. Some runners can't one nearly what they were able to do before they had they had exertion. A ll weakness or exertion will be called Molest. That I think about that for professional athletes. This could be very important and we want to keep our eye on this on this post Covert syndrome. It could be episodes down the road for them. That's right. That's right. Major League Baseball and the Players Association announces each week their covert 19 test results in three through Thursday. The number of monitoring samples collected and tested in the past week was 13,000. And 43 13 of those 13,000 and 43 samples, which is 0.1%. Have been new positives. For the past seven days, leading into Thursday had no new positives. The total number of monitoring samples collected and tested has been 53,826. 71. Of those 53,826 samples, which is also open 0.1% have been new positive if you would comment on those numbers. I'm gonna make it into a very simple statement. Games must go on. That's what that's telling us. You know, when you're looking at a 21 in 500 to 1 in 1000 Players and staff members turning closet of me that that's a low number. That's a low number. And I think that you know we're doing the frequent testing that MLB is doing and mandated. That is very, very important. They're doing it right between the casting and the inception prevention measures that we know that's what's going to keep the players and the teammates that escape is possible. You have been a medical specialists for SARS for H one n one for Ebola and now Corona virus. Where does this rank in your experience? You know, you know, Listen, you know, and all your listeners know that something like Ebola is much more deadly than Cobra 19. But it's also much less transmissible. The numbers are smaller, and the death toll globally is much is much smaller Ricky Bowls, So when we look at Code 19 This is really weird. I've never met an instruction that has derailed us on a global level, obviously, since the 1918 Spanish or great influenza You know which you know most people currently alive today. Don't remember. So this has really been in a unique a scary In an unpredictable virus,.
Dexamethasone Reduces Coronavirus Deaths, Scientists Say
"Scientists said today in an inexpensive steroid abuse appears to reduce the number of deaths from the corona virus after a trial in Britain involving thousands of patients doctors at the university of Oxford said the steroid dexamethasone reduced coronavirus deaths among patients on a ventilator or receiving oxygen this would be the first medication that is proven to have a survival benefit Dr Todd element itself your health your Boston said steroids generally quiet the immune system and reduce inflammation but risk leaving the body open to other infections this steroid appear to help those very sick with covert nineteen but did not help those whose cases were
WHO changes COVID-19 mask guidance
"New instructions on how to protect yourself from cover nineteen from the World Health Organization ABC news medical contributor and infectious disease physician Dr Todd Ellery explains about masks WH just recently on Friday changed its guidance and is now recommending that everyone go wild with masks especially if you're within six feet of someone and there's a potential for covert transmission now they also recommended how to use masks safely and hand hygiene is very important for that you want to make sure you wash your hands so you're not contaminating your mask when you take it on or take it off
Dr. Todd McCarty and Dr. Justin Hovey from the Alabama College of Ostepathic Medicine discuss COVID 19
"I just heard each of you say is that until we have seen There still will be the potential for spread and yet We aren't going to see that by June I in some states talking about opening back up potentially that soon I guess my first question to each of you is. Is that too soon if we do it? Inappropriate staged steps and in two. Besides the vaccine. Are there any other technologies that are being developed right now that might allow us to better monitor the public at large for they have the disease or not? Well I think testing is going to be key to kind of reverse course where we are right now. We're going to have to have widespread testing. So if you have antibody testing net will allow to know that someone has been exposed or does have immunity. People who've been exposed may not have complete immunity to the virus. Either So it's GonNa have to be a combination in my mind of testing but you're gonNa have to socially distance. You're going to have to wear masks. You'RE GONNA have to take appropriate precautions. You just can't guarantee that if we're not passed the peak far enough and we reopened too. Soon we will go back through this all over again. A lot of people will die. Obviously we don't want the economy to fail and we don't want people to be out of work for long periods of time. We also need to protect life. Yeah I definitely agree with Justin. I think The conversation around reopening the economy in fashion is going to be carried on the back of where the question we're bask ourselves and how did we end up in position to begin with well? We had inadequate had access to testing Inadequate application of the testing that we had as well. And so there's GonNa be a second way it's inevitable people are gonNA get out is GonNa be interactions in the community and We'll see a rising cases again. It's a matter of how much and how well can. We detect them so we have to have an ability to have huge amounts of testing and repeated testing infrequent type thing and it has to be available all across the country and every community can't beat sort of isolated pockets that have better access than other parts of the country and I think the the rebuild In the reintroduction of society is going to be very very region dependent Yet and I think as much as we need to have kind of a background of of ability to test and identify we also have to make sure that became careful the new infection. That are still to come. Do we have we reestablish. The supply chain does PP to help protect healthcare workers when these patients do up in the hospital. Do we have treatment data around some of these investigational agents say okay? We'll these drugs will work. This can limit some of the morbidity and mortality when people do get infected. And if we can't say yes to these questions I'm a really really big skeptic that there's GonNa be a significant progress back towards a normal economy and I think a vaccine is the answer to getting back to a truly normal economy and are sort of way of life that we were used to. I think there's GonNa be a middle ground new normal that we're going to live on for quite some period of time while we wait for those things to happen. Some things were a little bit closer to having answers at the moment that we did two months ago. The whole nation learned a lot in the past couple of months but they're still far for war to learn in the coming weeks and months We have to be prepared for a lot of false dawns you know in the process to be very very slow we do. There's the two plus week lag time in any sort of intervention and seeing what kind of impact has instead of has to be very gradual very measured with very clear guidance on if this them that if you rise above a certain rate then you've got to walk it Back Down. GotTa happen quickly. This is not the new normal. But it's the now
Antibody research indicates coronavirus may be far more widespread than known
"And a new antibody study out of Stanford medicine painting an encouraging picture fifty to eighty fold more people in Santa Clara county California had covert nineteen antibodies than had been believed ABC medical contributor Dr Todd eller and explains what that means that's good news because that means that even though we think only seven hundred thousand people have had confirmed cases in the U. S. it's more like tens of millions of people so the mortality overall is much less than the four percent that we thank but as of this morning at least seven thirty seven thousand people in the U. S.
CDC Now Recommends Americans Consider Wearing Cloth Face Coverings In Public
"New York the CDC now recommends people put on cloths face coverings when going outside as a corona virus precaution Dr Todd element ABC news medical contributor and director of infectious diseases at south shore health in women Massachusetts says it's not as good as a medical mask but cloth may be the next best thing they may prevent you from spreading virus to another person but they may not prevent you from acquiring the virus so still the social distancing the stay at home guidance is most important and don't forget to wash
White House estimates up to 250,000 may die from coronavirus
"Trump administration health advisors projecting U. S. pandemic deaths could range from one hundred thousand to two hundred forty thousand infectious disease specialist Dr Todd Halloran says there is still much we do not know we don't know how many people have mild infection we don't know how many people are a symptomatic that's really important to understand this virus in what the true mortality as U. S. desktop four thousand more than one thousand in New York
"dr todd" Discussed on SWU Soul Stories
"Everybody Teeth Malik. And welcome to sluice all stories and I have a very special guest with us today. I have President Dr Todd Voss from Southern University Dr Boss. Thank you for giving us this time today. Yeah it's like to be able to chat so we'd are in the middle of just. I mean the word that's used over and over is unprecedented where the middle of this unprecedented situation. People are wondering you know how is other Wesleyan Kinda rose to the occasion arose to this challenge? So let me ask you first winded. When did you guys know okay? We're going to have to make some major changes because we were on spring break when everything just started happening rapidly. So we do. I didn't even come across your desk. That okay we're GONNA have to adjustments really. It was that Sunday before Spring Break. March eight that. I was starting to get calls from colleagues saying. Are you watching the news? This is really happening. And you know it's interesting how individuals start to deal with crisis because there are several people that struggle with What's the next thing and some just want to pretend it's not happening There's kind of the shock thing that happens and then others really want to jump to action and it's interesting southern I've that we have people that really do want to jump to action and so it wasn't a very difficult transition for us to start thinking being and start to realize what kind of impact this would have on our students it to me. It was an immediate students. I how are we going to take care of our students and to the point of knowing that we're all going to be sacrificing to do the best we can for that so it was really that weekend and then into that week as we started to talk more as administrative team of what were the logical responses to that kind of a pandemic that looked like it was really gonna? Happen even here in the AFC to South Carolina. Yeah so own. I believe it was Thursday march twelfth. The announcement goes out. Hey we are a week from today. We're going all online classes. I know some of our faculty very much equipped to do that. Some of them. This is all new territory. So what was that process like just working with the faculty? I know Dr April wipe us our new provost and all this is happening. She's getting you know I save time if you're looking at her is that she's thinking what did I just. That's right now. She is such a trooper in the in. The idea here was that we already knew that we had a pretty good Qadri in terms of faculty that that got online and it but we did have a group of faculty members that really had to be brought up to speed and the interesting thing about online is it can be in lots of different directions and so the neat thing about Dr White was that she was open to really developing a rapid change Training kind of program for them so so we knew that the first question was. Can we extend spring break just a little bit so training can happen and the answer that was absolutely and of course students would totally celebrate that right? And so so we did that with the knowledge that We're letting stoops no we're going to start these courses online for you and and that's probably how it's going to go at least in the foreseeable future. Not Predicting this will go to the end of the semester. We didn't know enough yet at that point and actually even today. We don't know enough yet right so we wanted to create something. It was flexible enough so at that point really that Friday and all that weekend our team and April and our deans and a lot of key faculty members were just literally grinding it out creating incredible training platform and very successful platform for for our faculty to get up to speed from then. We knew that we wanted to have classes that we we knew lot of colleges were avoiding classes for week More but we wanted to get going because we wanted to make sure that we were maintaining the academic quality in the expectation. So we can still in the semester On the right week in so we didn't want to get into trouble with creditors or anything like that. We WanNa make sure students getting the value they had paid for so that was the push and turns out. That was a very wise thing to do. I don't think it was US ending. God did that for sort of instilled on her spirit that this was important and now we're seeing even more why that was important to do that. That gay students actually Thursday and Friday to take care of their money was Friday Tuesday Thursday courses and get prepared for what this was going to be for them. Because that's really the next question really is are students ready for online right right and we moved all of our adult and graduate program several years ago to all online and so in some ways we were prepared. We didn't know we were prepared for a pandemic but we really were so how you know. You have students who have not had any experience online. Lorenzo right so what were some of the things in steps we we took to help. Get them up to speed. So the faculty then started to converse with the students and and by text or by email and social media to try to make sure that they were ready to To get into what we call my Sou- which is our portal and Cert- test driving what we're starting to put out there The other piece about this was that We know that Gen Z. Is coming to southern Wesleyan with some level of digital expertise now it may not be an online course but it certainly is online learning and so four Jay Z. This was not that big of a transition now. Is it something they want? Probably not? Many of them are good. But many of them say oh. I just missed the senior faculty member of my my peers in the classroom. And we we really get that and we want to get back to that as soon as we possibly can but But then we discovered of course students here..
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