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Dr. Philippe Friedlich On Pediatric Surgery And Neonatal Therapeutic Hypothermia
"Welcome to medicine. We're still practicing I'm Bill Curtis of course I my friend and Co host Dr Steven Tailback He's the quadruple board certified doctor of Internal Medicine Pulmonary Disease Critical Care and neuro critical care these days he continues to fight on the front lines of the COVID battle in California for which we are eternally grateful Steve How you doing I'm well thank you. It's good to be. I'm sure you've heard of children's Hospital of Los Angeles notice. Hla US News and World Report has consistently ranked the H. L. A. in the top five nationally and the number one pediatric hospital in California for thirty years. Running this remarkable nonprofit children's care hospital is nationally known for Neonatal Research and care that is funded entirely by generous philanthropists. Dr Felipe Friedli is chief of neonatologist at Children's Hospital. He is also co director of the fetal and neonatal? Institute. And he is professor of clinical pediatrics and surgery at the renowned kept school of Medicine at USC where he's published over one hundred, fifty abstracts, Peer Review Articles and book. Chapters Dr. Freedland is a rock star in one of the world's most complicated pressure filled and delicate specialties that include newborn respiratory failures newborn pulmonary hypertension even surgery on unborn babies. Can you imagine welcome Dr Felipe Free Lick? It is an honor to have you here tonight and having me. So doctor. Can you just bring our listeners up to speed on C. H. LA and your mission there? Sharon's HUSK local Sandra's mission is to care for sick children's no matter what their background cultural background or insurance they have we are. Laced to gear for family and children's in babies when there's no other place that could care for them. Are we talking about like one of the few medical specialties that truly couldn't wait for Covid to pause that's a great question fortunately or many children's covid has not been has impactful. They are some babies are insurance that are sick but by four unless we compared to adults we. Are Really lucky so far. So we're not going to spend the whole show on Kovin because frankly I think people wanted to know much more about your specialty, but maybe you could tell us a little about what kind of a regimen as C. H. L. A. Developed uniquely for this pandemic and what are some of the special things that you do at your hospital to manage this. A lot of it has to do with making sure that became screen families in staff when they arrive at the hospital in make sure that they're the environment for caring for the Germans you regardless of the reason why they're in the hospital is is optimal until the hospital has and significant resources to ensure that we screen families and visitors and parents when they arrive psychologically, how do you get your clientele to feel safe under these circumstances that has been Estonia As you can imagine a lot of families or speared to even go close to a hospital. So said, only our data's suggesting that we can provide a safest environment to bring Ren's and care for them, but it is a concern. Certainly, we can see that visit to the emergency room are significantly down obviously a lot of the outpatient clinic. I've had to restructure their environment, but I think that honest conversations with family in trying to make sure that. Children can get the care they need. So they don't have complications from their Biz orders diseases are we tried to do our best to get the message across
"dr. freedland" Discussed on Next Question with Katie Couric
"Sleepy because I wake up at three o'clock in the morning a couple of hours later I, get all my friends together. We get into a room and we do a radio show. Wish our allies. We tell our stories. We try to find much good in the world if we possibly can, and we look through the news of the day that you'll care about also your favorite country artists are always stopping by to hang out and share their lives and music to so up with a bunch of my friends on ninety eight point seven, W M Z Q in Washington, DC or wherever rotates you on the iheartradio APP? We're back with Dr Tom Freidan former director of the CDC. Testing is such an important factor Dr Freedland, but uh, Gosh, that seems to been a massive shit show excuse my French in terms of getting the testing up in running what the heck happened here? We still have far too few tests compared to what we need. The C. stumbled early on. There was a problem with their tested. They're tested has worked fine for two months and we still have a major shortage best because it's really a three legged stool, you need the CC providing tests to public health laboratories, hospitals, developing their own tests and the commercial laboratories, figuring out how they provide very large volumes of tests and. This has been increasing, but too slowly, and that's why. We've just released guidance on who should be tested because right now. We don't have enough test for everyone. And therefore we really need to scale testing for those who need it most including people whose Lives may be saved by being tested or people. Who when we know they're infected, we can isolate them. Prevent a large and deadly outbreak a busy, so when you say, are you talking about elderly people in those with underlying conditions? I mean who is in this subset of people who should be tested right now. Most aboard are people with symptoms who are being hospitalized or our over age sixty or who have underlying health conditions next most important is anyone in Congress, the sobe? WHO has symptoms? That's a nursing home. Or homeless shelter or a prisoner jail next is healthcare workers who have symptoms, so we can make health facilities safer and anyone who's a contact of a case who is symptomatic plus all people hospitalized where Covina's spreading to prevent hospital outbreaks of Covid. It's really important that these individuals get tested because that can greatly reduce the spread of infection and win. There is an outbreak in A. Facility, then it's important than that all they are get tested whether or not they have symptoms, but just test was groups is over a million tests today and we're doing at most a quarter of that now. I know about a hundred and fifty thousand tests a day so less than a quarter of that certainly, and when are we going to be able to have enough tests available? What about that much ballyhooed Abbot? Laboratories fast tests that you could get the results in. Five eighteen minutes. What happened with that? There are tests that are. Point of care and they're available. Right with patient is like the Abbott Test, but they're low volume. They, they take less than fifteen minutes, but you only do one at a time, so you can only do for patients per hour on one instrument. In contrast, large tests may take data. Come back, but you can do thousands of now. Burma. We have to test that. We need what you say a million a day. Will really have to rely on the federal government for getting this right? They after coordinated. They have to make sure. The entire supply chain is there from swabs to. Transport media to test kits to machines for testing to providing the test results, remember testing just the first step as things really important, but it's not the answer. It's a part of the answer. It's about testing isolating people who are positive tracing contacts in quarantine. Those contacts can do those four things. You can keep the virus in the box, so we can go out. Let's talk about contact tracing. Tell us about that what you mean by contact tracing because I understand you. Call it. An old fashioned shoe leather effort of sending human beings out to ask people who they've been in contact with, but that could require an army of something like three hundred thousand people. So how'd you organize an effort like that? Contact tracing is hard work, but it works is traditional public health work. In fact every day all year round, health departments for this country or the word are doing it for two birth. Closest for measles were sexually transmitted diseases, HIV and other. But. We have to do it on a much wider scale. Now it's specialized work. Contractors need to be able to develop a human bombed with patients that need to be able to answer their questions medical social emotional. They need to be able to link them to services whether it's medical services if they're sick with social services if they have needs, community supports. That contact tracing process supports patients and those they may have exposed so that the virus can stock with them so that they can isolate themselves in the case of. Patients for quarantine themselves in the. Case of contacts, and if they do develop the illness, they don't spread it to others that does take time. It takes effort if we look around the world, Singapore, with the population by point, six million people has more than thousand people doing contact tracing that gives you a sense of the scale of the effort that will be neat tens or maybe hundreds of thousands of people will be needed, and that sounds impossible, but it's essential if we're to come out as soon and safely as possible and that get sent running back home again because we see seen explosion of cases. By going to ask you about that when you see the governor of Georgia, starting to up things like bowling alleys than barber shops nail salons. Were what what do you think? I think first-half. If you lick a stay at home, orders around the country and the data that's come out since from groups like facebook and Google that have analyze what population movements were. People stayed home before they were. Toby stablemate heard what was happening. I think you'll see some some people certainly coming right out and other people waiting, we do have to get ready for the covid world for the new normal where we're going to use hand sanitizers where we go into a building, we're going to say six feet away from people to the greatest extent possible where we're going to have masks on to protect others as well as ourselves. Whenever Kobe is spreading in an environment, certain things are certainly. Beyond reasonable, you would not to open movie Thurbers at this time. That does not make sense. Of cases of you really try to avoid gatherings of ten people were more. Keep pickled together in one Greek is so that if there is spread Kobe stocks, there doesn't explode in society. Remember if the virus. Spreads widely, it's not just the people who. Volunteered or Of their.
"dr. freedland" Discussed on KOMO
"Athletes could have something big to look forward to next season. I knew Bill when the state legislature would allow our state's college athletes should be paid. If passed the Bill would make it a violation to ban Washington students from being paid to punish school. It would also allow student athletes to get an agent which is currently not allowed by the NCWA. Supporters say the NC double A is a multi billion dollar organization, and it's time student athletes get their fair share all this money come into the system. But none of it ever goes the players. It's not allowed to go to the players. Even though they are the ones responsible for, you know, well over ninety percent to the value of the college force enterprise. We reached out to the NCAA four response. But haven't heard back new logic says it still reviewing the legislation. That's komo's Mary nam. King County sheriff's deputy is expected to recover after being injured by a hit and run driver in white center. It happened yesterday afternoon after the deputies showed up at the Safeway on twenty eighth avenue south west to investigate a shoplifting report deputies say Khalil. Kimberly, and David Irving had stolen some either items and tried to flee, but they hit the deputies car head on seriously, injuring his leg. The two are still on the run federal workers affected by the government shutdown may be eligible for unemployment benefits. The state employment security department website has information specifically for federal workers and lets them know they can apply for unemployment benefits either online or over the phone to use this system, you will respond to questions using the touch pad of your phone. The website says federal workers should not list strike lockout or fired as reason for not working. Instead, they should report it as a lack of work. The department also says in most cases, it's faster to file your initial application. Online eligibility is determined on a case by case basis and a woman who lost a leg in the Boston marathon bombing is back in the hospital after being hit by a car Sunday. Adrian Hasslet posted a photo of herself on Instagram saying she's in a neck brace and awaiting surgery after being hit by a car Saturday night in. In boston. The driver was cited for failing to stop for a pedestrian in marked crosswalk. He says he didn't see Hasslet because it was dark and rainy. Amazon is Pauline bath mats and doormats imprinted with scriptures from the Koran this after the council on American Islamic relations complained to the online retail giant that the mats are offensive because the writings that are holy to Muslims would be stepped on or otherwise disrespected by customers. The products were available through a third party seller. Amazon removed them from the website on Friday care said they'd appreciates Amazon's prompt action. But since last week it's gotten complaints about similar products on Amazon, including toilet seats. Firefighters on Puyallup. South hill are trying to figure out what sparked a house fire. This happened at one hundred thirty fourth and bath road. The residents were away at the time that the flames broke out their pets died in the fire. There's a new baby at woodland park zoo. It is the baby tree kangaroo. He just emerged from his mother's pouch for the first time. A good sign is growing more independent in time. He'll leave his mom's pouch for good. Of course. Until that happens to will stay behind the scenes, though, out of public view. Komo news time five oh nine from ABC. News, Tech Trends. Some Alex stone CAS twenty nineteen getting underway in Las Vegas and this year, unique focus on disaster recovery every year CAS the big annual Consumer Electronics Show shows of big new TV's and gadgets, but this year Dana woman at the tech blog and gadget says here's an interesting growing category CBS's focusing on this year centered around so-called resilience tech that helps communities either prevent or recover from things like natural disasters tack that helps emergency preparedness. It can be systems to secure networks. Order prepare residents for earth. Quakes? It comes after the country was impacted by hurricanes and wildfires in two thousand eighteen the weightier themes that we expect to see at the show joining a couple other really serious themes that we've seen making Michaud not just wacky gadgets and TV's like it was not so. Long ago. With Tech Trends, I'm Alex stone. ABC news. Komo news time five ten head for the Harley exterior sports desk with Tom hutler. Clemson nicollet football playoff national champion for the second time in three years after a forty four to sixteen route of Alabama and I want saw that coming Trevor Lawrence three hundred forty seven yards three touchdowns. Bama. Head coach Nick Sabin said the crimson tide could have had more on the board if they'd executed better in the red zone. We didn't finish drives in the red zone because we got right back in a game. Now. I mean, we've had the ball down her three times and didn't score a point score point. Goal more than four hundred four thousand twice the bone one yard line. So I mean this game could have been a little different. If would have finished things a little better. But they didn't forty four sixteen the final husky cornerback. Byron Murphy yesterday announced he'll leave school early to enter the NFL draft. After being a first team all Pac twelve selection. He receives a second round grade from the NFL college advisory committee and was expected to leave despite having just completed as Richard sophomore year. Final AP college football poll shows Clemson at the top in Alabama at Ohio State, Washington state finishes in the top ten at number ten. The huskies at number thirteen. College hoops, Mike Hopkins Jody Wynn men's and women's basketball coach for the huskies tonight at six on the coach's show sports at ten forty past each hour. Tom hutler on the home of the huskies. Komo news. Komo news time five eleven. There's a silver lining from Sunday's big windstorm neighbors, helping Kirkland woman when she needed it the most and komo's Michelle Esteban revisits. What's happening now wanted to come back out we found Erica will kill right where she was Sunday. Inner yard figuring out her next move. So many people out loving me and calling me and word spread quickly in this Kirkland neighborhood that her house was split in half by giant Doug fir and as fast as the tree came down. Neighbors like Evelyn and Pam rushed in to help. I think. I don't even know all those helping hand salvaged and cleaned. What was safe to do inside? The tree's been and debris hauled away the holes in the roof for now protected with a tarp, and Eric is being housed and fed by neighbors and family. Do I had no clue but stepping inside the only home she's known for fifty one years it hits her out. No. But I have lots of neighbors friends. Wonderful. Wonderful to be the hard part. Now, she's in a holding pattern. The tree can only be removed by crane cutting it up without that support could damage the house more the seventy eight year old is hoping kindness will strike again. Enter tree cutter, we'll find Ukraine soon. It's a scattered believe tomorrow's gonna be better. Tomorrow is gonna be wonderful at crane so important because her house is not safe to live in until this tree is gone. And from what we've learned cranes really hard to come by. We'll get to your traffic and weather here just about a minute. I the maker of shingle wrecks and the shingles vaccine that's in short supply around the nation is offering reassurances now that complaints about shortages are starting to come from congress, Dr Freedland, a vice president of Glasgow. Glaxo Smith Kline says, the problem is shingles is common and demand for shingles is high given that it's so common and that they're such great demand for the vaccine, we are experiencing some shortages in doctor's offices pharmacies..
"dr. freedland" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Compensations around the topic. So that might be overnight in them around a team like say the accounting team. So that the whole team can talk about it all it can be organizing discussion around a project or it could be organized by subject like messaging tools that people familiar with things like Facebook messenger. What's up or I message? The people have come to us talking. I thought that was your tech it out minute. Brought to you by e suits. You're listening to on air with Doug jet in Victoria. Forty four at the hour here on the D J V program, if you are one of the people in the United States who develop shingles or have developed them at some point. And as I said, I'm one of them one in three Americans. In fact, have this risk as a matter of fact, the older you get it becomes greater one and two as you get older. How many people understand what shingles really is the ladies? Have you ever had any of the three D had any shingles? Epstein Barr that sort of thing I have Epstein Barr because I had mono when I was in. All the same thing. But I I don't my dad had shingles. I think when I was like a baby, but that's all I know apparently was very painful, very painful, I had over my eyebrow. And it was miserable. Now, let's bring in Dr Leonard Friedland who is the director of scientific affairs in public health edgy, S K. Let's find our GS K is I Dr Freedland. If we can. Hi, good morning. Doug JFK is GlaxoSmithKline. We're back scene and pharmaceutical company that develops vaccines and drugs to help people live longer healthier lives. I did about the axiom we developed to prevent shingles. Well, that's something that all of us who have it prevents it. But it doesn't does it help guys like me who have had it. You heard me go through the trail. Epstein Barr mono shingles, all the same thing. Chickenpox? It's the same thing, right? Well, let's go through what actually it is. So shingles is caused by the virus that causes chickenpox. The scientific name is herpes zoster virus herpes. Yep. Ninety nine percent of all people in the United States over the age of fifty have evidence that they've been infected with the chicken pox virus? So ninety nine percent of people over the age of fifty are at risk for shingles. And as you mentioned, it's very common. One million new cases every year in the United States, the rich for people over fifty years one in three of getting a case of shingles. And if we're lucky enough to live to eighty five it goes up to one and two, and as you mentioned, this is a billeting miserable. Horrible. It really is. So the side effects not only the direct effect, but the side effects. What happens? I remember. My forehead got red and itchy and was all swollen. And I couldn't sleep. I had headaches. That's something. That's fairly typical is not of this. Yes. That is typical this very, painful itchy rash. That can just stop people in their tracks. Stop people from going to work and doing all the things that they want to do. Once the the rash goes away, which will be typically two to four weeks a certain number of people will go on to develop a chronic painful condition, which we call pushed her Pedic neuralgia. This is a chronic pain. It's extremely difficult to control and can last months if not years, and if the rash occurs on the station near the is you were mentioning on your eyebrow. There are risks of getting a very serious complications. It's been even include blindness. So this is a disease that really needs to prevent, and that's why the centers for disease control recommends that all people over the age of fifty vaccinated to prevent singles with the vaccine coaching wrecks, which is a vaccine that MSCI had paid about. But let's underscore. You. You have to take it before you had this the the the Epstein Barr, whatever before they get into your system. You got. Have the shot, right? So because ninety nine percent of people over the age fifty it had chicken in the past. What happens is when you get chicken pox virus? Which is called the herpes zoster virus goes never goes away. It goes. Yeah. Sleep our nurse. And he usually stays quiet reactivate Anakin start to happen in particular over the age of fifty reactivates to come out of a nerve. I can cause painful itchy rash. Typically on one side of the body. And so what's the vaccine virus sleeping? So we doesn't come out and causes these. All right. So there is hope for people, even if you've had these where do you get this you go to the regular doctor? You can you go to the minute clinic. Where can you get this thing? Yeah. No great question because the centers for disease control recommends that all people over the age of fifty vaccinated with the shingles vaccine we've seen. Unprecedented demand. So we recognize that patients may have difficulty finding the vaccine what we recommend. Call your doctor, call the pharmacy..
"dr. freedland" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Rice. Thanks to Dr Freedland. Elaine, and all these experts, we get Brown rice whole grain the best part is. My broccoli is. It's broccoli harvest time at the old Sussman farm. This broccoli this year is just off the charts. Unbelievable. Nice, man. And that's all thanks to one of the world's great gardeners. Yes. Bob. So you just heard that spot. You may have heard that to add that just played from bail bond company. So you have to remember is this is back in August. Jerry Brown signed legislation to eliminate cash bail in California. The change takes effect October October twenty nine thousand nine. A lot of people are really upset where this has been tried in the past. Here's what happens if you don't have to post bail. These guys are they're just on the are they going to lamb. They don't show up. Don't show for their hearings the bad guys don't show up. Exactly. Yeah. I don't know. What in the heck what the what is the thought process behind this? Well, if there isn't one here's what Jerry Brown said today, California reforms his bail system, so that rich and poor Liker treated fairly. But what about the rest of us? Right. What about the victims of crime? Okay. Could you imagine? I mean think about this. Just whatever the crime may be okay. Whatever the crime may be and that person who committed the crime was alleged to have committed the crime as the case may be well, no they committed the crime. But they're just you know, they they're innocent until proven guilty. You watch them. Do what they did. You know that they did what they did. They just haven't been. You know in a court of law yet. But to know that they were able to skip bail. And they're just out and about right now. That would frighten me I would scare the heck out of me. And they have no, you're right. They have no reason to hold up their end of the deal. No. I mean, especially if they know they're guilty, right? Right. And it's also I mean, you know, this it's gonna affect the bail bondsman. That's what their commercials, and so, you know, there goes all that business. And then, you know. Yeah. You're this is just going up crime rates like crazy. So the person who they have low medium and high risk individuals, according to this law, so a person who's risk to the public safety and the risk of failure to appear is determined to be low would be released with the least restrictive non monetary conditions possible. So even that's kind of vague. Okay. Who is determined to be low risk, then you have the medium-risk individual they'd be released or hell, depending on local standards than high risk. Individuals were remain in custody until their arraignment. So this this include sex crimes or violent felonies. This would be arrested for driving under the influence for the third time in less than ten years. But at the same time what about the guy who's been arrested for the second time in less than ten years for a DUI? Right. Well, I guess he gets to go free. This is I.
"dr. freedland" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"What Trump was speaking to reporters an hour ago, maybe an hour and a half ago. Yeah. In front of the White House. He was getting ready to board the helicopter Marine One that takes him to Air Force One. And he's just landed in Florida. Okay. God. I miss when you can get there when you don't hit a brick wall on the way. Yeah. You don't do a brick wall on the way out, and you don't have to worry about TSA or the way in right air, traffic control says, okay, you can go anytime you want go. That's it. You wanna land come on in? It's good. Well, good. And then I think he has a rally tonight somewhere. Anyway, as long as Florida. Yes, here we go. Does this kid? Look like uses drugs, perhaps perhaps twenty two year old Florida Floridian. He's been arrested for pelting. His mother was sausages. Sausage fried. They live live in Bradenton. Okay. This is the case of a spoiled brat and the mom who spoiled him right spoiled. Brought spoil brought. Police in Florida arrests today. Sorry. Twenty two year old man. Pelted his mother was sausages. So the food fight erupted when this guide man's that his mom make him dinner. Okay. Twenty two year old make it yourself or go to the drive thru. We quiet. She said she was busy. Okay. She acquiesces to his demands starts to cook. The meal sausages. Well, she's making the sausages, and he's sitting at the kitchen table, apparently she quote knocked into her son. Okay. He got upset because she knocked into him. He picked up sausages. As started throwing them at her hitting her in the eye, and then he quote, put her hands on her neck and pushed her man. This sounds like a real Weiner. Well, as long as we're talking, pork. Now, we go to San Bernardino that for Florida, Sherry, San Bernardino, California. Okay, fine. We pot down the music for Florida. That music by the way, brought to us by the squirrel nut zippers. We've probably sold more albums for these guys. Right. We brought back song is called hell popular in the ninety s. They're all ready to retire. The damn morning show started playing that song. Right. More music. Okay. So I'm not sure the pig had escaped from somebody's property. Was this support pig? No. I hope not I have this thing is as big as a small horse. All my gosh. See how big is this big as a way w. Load stress. I think these pigs just keep growing growing growing. This is it's huge it's escaped. So now, you've got the San Bernardino county sheriff deputy, and he's luring the pig back walking down the middle of the street. He's lowering it back home. He's using. Door Reito's as the treat. Everybody loves the Doritos, even the pigs. You know, what's great about this pig is it has somewhat of a similar coloring to a cow. Yeah. Looks like it's huge. Yes. Man this poor cop. What you do at work today that takes his big as a cow share, my dorito big. I to take the Doritos out of my lunchbox. And Laura this pig home. Signed up for. Okay. So here we are twenty minutes before nine o'clock in case vote variety magazine, by the way, we'll talk about this just a moment regarding the Trump interview with Lesley Stahl variety magazine down in Hollywood is saying Trump won every round. So we'll get to that coming up. In the meantime, there's there's a couple of top fix the case of audience. These are people that are buying large very skeptical. It's like they just because you say it doesn't mean they're going to believe it very skeptical, and that includes things involving health, for example, like the flu shot whenever we've talked about the flu. We'll get Dr Freedland. Gotta go get your flu shot and oh my gosh. Our listeners. Are you kidding me? I've done my research. I don't know what they're put into those damn things. They're making them in China. So. Chuck this went up as another reason to would that people get say that's why I don't get by flu shot. This is in Minnesota. Woman had to have surgery after getting a flu shot. Jeez. So the condition is called serva- shoulder injury related to vaccine ministration. She got the flu shot like she does every year from her grocery pharmacy. Now, I've never I've never watched them. Do this at the pharmacy, the grocery pharmacy like you go into the CVS we administer a flu shots does this. And what what gives you the. Do you have right? I do not need an intern coming at me with a needle listen. Here's what bothers me the person who is giving you the flu shot was just at the cash register. Yeah. Or maybe the person give you the flu shot was just shot a stocking shelves, I don't want that or just wipe their snotty nose. I want somebody who says, you know, R N or or what does the L L P N or MD? That's it nothing against these other people. But I'm just saying Hello. Yeah. You're doing a shot. I'm with ya anything medical or health related. I wanna professional. I don't want. I well, and they would probably say, well, I'm the pharmacist I have a I've got a lot of education in my belt. I am I am professional. But what qualifies you to do that you need a certification? That's all I wanna know four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred. So this lady they injected improperly she has pain in her shoulder. Pain gets worse shoulder gets worse. Saw several doctors before she realized the shot tore her rotator cuff crazy my gosh. Yeah. You know, if the person can't find my prescription and that little plastic bucket behind the cash register I don't want you giving me a flu shot who I've never witnessed this with my own eyes. I don't know how it's done. Maybe all of a sudden, the doctor I've been waiting behind the scenes to give you the shot who are these people? I just wanna know four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred people, and hopefully we'll be able to answer that question for you because we know how this audience operates. So that coming up plus the Trump interview with Lesley Stahl. What Hollywood's saying about it on about plus traffic? Check with Katie green. Message and data rates may apply. Earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload. But what if there were a business degree.
"dr. freedland" Discussed on Absolute Advantage
"Talk about anything you wanna talk about whether it's hiring or strategy people, cash, execution, whatever. I'm happy that our way, because so many people who the course of migra have done done nice things for me and help me help pay it forward for them. This is my chance to pay that back. So I honor those people by offering that I love that, and I love that. You're so you know, in your bio, you talked about just you improving lives and wanting to make a different thin, and I love that you're, you can put your, you know your actions support that statement. So thank you for that. And I'll make sure that that link gets into the show notes too, so that they can get there. Easily will last question Todd, and I'm not sure that this is a fair one to end on, but so if you could gift all of your age on one lesson of leadership to somebody who's just starting a new business, what would that one lesson of leadership be that you you would give him or her. I think for me the biggest shift in mindset in the biggest shift in my in my life, both personally and professionally has been wrapped around embracing failure is another step in the path of success think so. Many people. I know I suffered from this failure was a winner lose game, and I still play competitive baseball in. It's one of my favorite hobbies to do. I really love doing and head of the blessing to be a lot of professional athletes and their big shit to be successful professional athlete in baseball where you're a big success if you fail seven out of ten times to hit three hundred, is that mindset around that? I did everything I could hit the ball hard as I could hit Sally in there happened to be a defender right there any content and that's part of the game, but I did everything powerful. So recognizing that success isn't just getting hit in baseball or that million dollar contract in business success. What I learned along the way, how can I use it going forward? How can. If I keep a positive mindset while dealing with the reality that is still stealing to execute in realize it again fit. You know, Dr Freedland says, big bailing forward is nothing. Failure is nothing more than another step in your pathway to success in a give him credit for that because that thought processes shifted my business Welsh in my life. So powerful and such a great note to leave our listeners with Todd, thank you so much. I have so enjoyed our conversation. I, I know how precious time is. I am so grateful. You've spent some of yours with us today. So thank you so much for helping our listeners get the absolute advantage..
"dr. freedland" Discussed on The Pulse
"What would you say stop blogging i gathered for you lame fed stop oh my god your doctor would not want the are you that helms yeah but i i do i do say that you dr freedland today show is all about wounds there are still so much that we don't know about them but we have come a long way intriguing groups like a really long way alan you takes a look at moments in history that taught us really important lessons a wound is basically a hole in your skin and we've learned the most about how to patch shows up chewing harmless when we were actively doing our best to footholds in other people it's a sad the contradiction that medicine seems to undergo lots of advances in wartime that's robert hicks he's at the rector of a medical history archive cold the mooted museum doctors at the beginning of civil war most of them had not really conducted any kind of major surgery it was not an era where antiseptic practices uh were taught in medical schools that happens after the war raw that shows me an example of a bullet wound in an uproar on bone from the civil war and if the bone looks like the atl fragmented as if somebody hit with a ham you can imagine what the rest of the lim look like with the flesh joe on it and the blood vessels it would've looked like just hamburger so for this reason amputations were done civil war physicians that not have the technology to help the body recover from severe gunshot wounds so they would call off the arm or leg rather than risk a soldier tying because finding.
"dr. freedland" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Matter of days tons of money coming into providence wanna see them all over the state pay some people say you don't want to play by the rules then get this the a speed limit race go talk to your lawmaker not going to happen lot of money going to come in with these cameras four three eight nine seven seven six and don't go anywhere we have a great guest coming in studio in about an hour from this show that you have to see at pack 1030 from the revolution soft wash new center he's upper pay up right having you you leadville you could beat be demanded his game here tara terrific drive the speed limit get really talkback camera real no she rosen the camera value could be crazy but dr freedland smile you can't wink can't do what you normally do to get out of that take elaborate on you know what i'm talking about speaking about talking everyone talk and no one doing it about at the weather tara national grid says the foot outside crews and place opening stormrooms staging sites as well certified significant powerless pigs stormed is taking shape flood watch thai win warning coastal flood watch winter storm watch that in order to my goodness would driven heavy rain is on the way could be snow outside chance again outside chance could be significant snow sick numbers there and by the way speaking of the weather february warmest february on record at green airport from field record by two degrees that was set back in nineteen and eighty one sounds like bob kraft up there in foxborough singing along with the great michael jackson member billie jean kids not my son i hope folks and put the families put out a statement teamowner owner not the father of his onagain offagain girlfriend's new baby born in 2017 that was the suggestion any way this story the are coast page and 6100 can't believe what you read on page six families this not stop from the seascape lawn care weather saturday wpro accu weather forecasts mild day sixty today calm before.
"dr. freedland" Discussed on Are You Real
"With our lives being polled in so many directions pick can be hard to focus on the most important thing your wellbeing welcome to our real fit where we educate youth through personal experience certified training and coatings that show you how being healthy biologically and spiritually is an achievable journey now welcome your host of running coach and certified personnel trainers kc fuller heroin nation pink people are here i am that hosted the needle argue ralph fit show that launched in january and as most of you guys now we have five shows now and these shows there to help inspire and equip others to fulfil their purpose so be sure to check out all the other shows that we have going on we have an are you rail business are you rail success and are you real purpose with john fuller he'll be out tomorrow and then we also have are you rail linked and are you rail government a you don't wanna miss any of the ru real shows that we have weekly and today we're going to focus on on the some of our fitness chips in ideas that we have been talking about throughout the month of february and today i'm excited to introduce you you my guess his name is freeborn mondello dr freedland mondello and i'm going to read a little bit of his bio to you as the you can know a little bit about him and who he is so freeborn grew up in southwest new mexico he was a champion mountainbiker wrestler and has competed in tons of different types of competitions ironman marathons ultra marathons cross that he's at all around athlete and he's had four years of physical therapy and twenty years in the health and wellness industry with role such as coach personal trainer wellness director he has lots of tools and experience to evaluate his clients goals and concerns to help them for their ideal level of fitness and freeborn graduated from regis university with a doctorate and completed the highest level of education.
"dr. freedland" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"The panel on this this dr pinkus her explained that when you try to silence one side that people begin to believe any they begin to embrace really radical stuff in other words if you don't let people tell their truth because of political correctness you end up with political extremism and i think he's absolutely right i've been saying this for years from the other side of the spectrum and what you ended up doing what they ended up doing by trying to quiet conservatives in the last like two decades was they created the all right you know the the all right didn't come from the right you know it it violates the right and it makes the rights job harder to do the all right is a direct result of the left trying to silence the regular albright you know and now the same thing is happening in reverse now conservatives who don't want to allow liberals to speak have fuelled this or laugh that tadic controller puts the pink hats on their head and they've screams at the sky for resistance you you you actually create a bigger problem when through political correctness you try to silence the open and free debate of ideas so state pinker the professors and psychology professor from harvard i happen to know quite a bit about him because he was one of my sun's up the professors and he thought he was that you know just an extraordinary thinker and i agree um so when we come back i'm gonna i'm gonna tell you what it is that he said that had everybody so up in arms because it's ludicrous really joyce kaufman here and i have an opportunity to talk with my prospered this dr ali friedman lotta people tell me i have been told i cannot have implants because i don't have bone in my jaw and i say what i really think you should go see dr freedland because there is actually a noble on solution that may work for you or one of probably twice practices in the country to offer a noball solution which is more specifically geared to the upper jaw where he will have a lack of bull in general but were able to give their teeth back is a one.
"dr. freedland" Discussed on WJR 760
"And in some cases medications especially for people with heart disease and you're exactly right uh there are more people now that are gonna be affected by that high blood pressure reading previously on one in three now it's going to be one in two dr freedland i don't know if you've had a chance to digest all the information yet as it's being disseminated than getting to all the doctors out there but will why were the numbers lowered do you figure well um i think this goes back good morning i think this goes back to what trial that was published two years of call called the sprint trial where they looked at lowering blood pressure they actually defined pre hypertension even lower yet the upper uh number being one between one twenty and in that trial they showed a dramatic improvement in cardiovascular health and reduced mortality in the people who had the lower blood pressure and i think that's the driving force behind the current decision it was a very large study also sponsored by the national institute of health and it included about uh i have between nine and ten thousand people i think that's what's behind this and berry franklin this is your area of expertise to among other things we've talked during the winter when the snowfalls about making sure that you're not shoveling do much and having a heart attack what causes high pretension hypertension or going to be caused by a number of things so warren of people who are overweight people who are physically inactive people who consume a poor diet so we often tell our faith with beaumont make sure your salt intake is reduced if you consume lots of salts you retain water that water raises your blood volume which raises your blood pressure we also have dented to suggest if you've got inadequate sleep if you're under stress any.
"dr. freedland" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Plan late nights in flushing new york there's no way that's going to tell you right now it is liar why would i lied to you give me tennis scores are giving death tennis dr freedland the tenets fledging unbelievable develop its john is straightsets over ted comey michael shan shilayev winner again over fredericton maya though as janet states no what else other than sia a win winner straits on the men's side can you give me an update cover hi joe willie nemeth sanga i can the other scarves that it law he lost in straight a break and that that that that canadian denis chiappa how do you have a name like that and beacon eight in it happens how about the young american sensation donald young in four sets over maximilian matser who's the kid we watched today that almost busted his ankle at the at the end of the match believable performance today from the sta i remember watch taylor frist was him in straits marco back data this man we were watching tennis today clearly we are nothing going on this afternoon we were watching tennis with worry dominic late alanon as well so lose it patrick kip in american failing thomas led it straight sets of a ryan harrison the american on the ladies side of course route lift drysdale rebutting venus williams was a winner a beautiful match from venus williams she's done so well of goods in the majors in the slams this summer with a scintillating performance spat lana kuznetsova winner maria in straights for al i know you're in levin putin save a winner in straits i'm still looking for the venus scarborough to give you petra convicted of a so a winner slowed stevens in a threeset marathon advances unbelievable coco vandeweghe had to work three sets to advance through venus one venus was a winner as we said although finding their scores nearly impasse that would be seven five six four nego thank cover high on the railways gotta pick you up cliff you never there to finish the job patrick mcenroe on on with john mcenroe and pam shriver reporting live with mariann williams i don't even know if that's her name mary joe william perry choked with liquor glen drysdale rebutting lack left the us open tonight is leszek new york forever i have to go out into manhattan and get myself several manhattan's right now thanks nick laugh let's go.
"dr. freedland" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Love it robert in roseville on kaby are six said go ahead robert i like it a women i can hear you all right both koa it's clear a lot the public today about the king sure go ahead you don't have we levy listen tivoli he adopted although frozen ruthless screen line aired holy toledo closed until but you'd i told a story about that he heard a game it was the last game that he called for the warriors go ahead i particularly regret aware they let it made the playoffs it was really way take grew up the people on the climbed running out worby frigates a defensive rebound and he goes corinne down the court also attacked once you tack twice he goes at length lifted the shabwa jackie ah shut both of the rate uh oh my god the apollo thirteen key jackie o with it and he just dose crazy hit absolutely crazy up a little to audio stared at the radio publisher like it ahead of butler turns its way out the left look what they can go the other shoe one creepy little quote whereas totaye dr freedland little yeah the gulf between affleck come back and the upto about the pilot's amid a minute ago and of course has fighters apologized at a needle colder paint and you know something he love baseball he had such a tremendous passion for baseball if we have time here volvo cars won the creek a nations jain hamburger sponsors though that a little fourminute segments we do of of some of bills uh conversations with me so i'm going to try to get that in before this the before we throw it back to david four o'clock not quite credit good given on that section i admit it before but sinai yeah check it out on my page it came byard that come the podcast page or loved the game productions with an esa and the end dot com and everything is archive they're in it and i know cross steward i really enjoyed it susan s lesser you're mentioned that uh you know to.
"dr. freedland" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"About it call it affordable justice and talked about house delete is for law schools to be three years wash it'd be three years some people should be able could be it will do it in in less he talked about the prohibitions against what what's called the unauthorized practice of law the near complete ban on nonlawyer on a ship affirms he also targetted law school debt and the threeyear accredidation requirements and said they artificially jack up the cost of uh going to law school and therefore the cost of practising law and therefore the cost of hiring a lawyer for people so neil gorsuch made the same argument that i making about lawyers he may the same are about making my medical medical schools and doctors he made the same thing about law schools and lawyers here's what milton friedman said to a doctor at the mayo clinic dr freedland fascinated by your question lawyer statement that the licensure is something that has been a uh harmful affect unless specially in the area of medicine i like this probably khoza look but of a shocker to both of us what are you and surely a particular problem which relates to control say a quick or a of inadequately trained individuals who are dealing with situations where vital decisions oh it's built have the option for the normal slow process of people getting education finding out what the goes andrei particular period and how do you owe worry about that sharon you should worry about that let me ask you for a very simple question how many people you know opec their physician by opening the yellow pages take more of a licensed physician taking a pen and sticking it in some quite number i would suspect might another magnay i knew that my point is they're having a licences no assurance from the ability to practice medicine a man was license thirty years ago he may be thoroughly incompetent now so i should this year's no assurance equality in the night place we have lots of other assurances equality the fact that amendment any offer himself as a physician doesn't mean that he can mess misrepresent his training if i hang out a shame ole saying i am a graduate of harvard medical school when i am not while and i ought to be sent to jail and i should be sued for fraud misrepresentation so that there's nothing about the absence allies ensure that makes it unnecessary for people to be able.
"dr. freedland" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Traffic center stall of the five in burbank this is on the southbound side of the five whiteout here it's really jamming up the drive as you make your way past all of its blocking the carpool lane over other ways letting from scott road beyond the scene of the stall more slowing and his all the way the valley view in law morada and we have mike o'brien hey half eyeinthesky taking a look at that dry live in corona what about how guy again in a gal on the five southbound at avery parkway a crash in the right lane sent back from la paz road traffic is getting worse kfi is fighting back i mean to martina hot weather next and this is and we're so excited to hear from you about hi anchor hand and lab rob you know where radar very nice bank by by dr freedland you grabbed a bigger heard over my life you got a coq come requiring a listener to your your one of your never had a quite air live bigger when when or gradient you beat up your best friend yuga i'd like that the guy the guy you guys we we we we glibly that is a classic could project or what the most common thing that people do on the planet earth i bet you don't even have a job continue for leaving your message creep hang up by thrown in weekdays into kfi am 640 more stimulating talk can you look.
"dr. freedland" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Carpool lane you're just a bit slow as you approach that interchange then you'll further long easter period the on ramp shut down through to a tree fire traffic getting worse kfi is fighting back guard robert the budget you're absolutely gorgeous forecast next and we're excited to hear from you about hanke care lab rabbi marvin how great were in fact by dr freedland grid i heard over my life and you got all coq come require now look nuclear your one of your never had a quiet your life but there were more grade and who grew up your room one john gruber weaver re that a class great could predict or what the the most common thing people do on acquiring to earn but you don't even have a job euro conclude for leaving your pre hang up by thrown in tune into kfi am 640 relating talk i did want dog was under covers reported in walk watering you got to get the doctor i didn't mean to i went holden said hey let me crowed doug job in this girl we did it like week before the kebir was knocked rio tim conway junior at six for stimulating talk four the scripts national spelling be back for the ninety two year things use fell the word hugh william un nam yuen please use it in a sentence i asked shannon to spell the word un nam nam use you know why no e yes you yes and no e you i call oh just eu all eu it no you a and i am no and why then why not stupid this is eufor word navy greater for the kids said that judges that's a stupid word stupid jerry in the mornings it's a 640 forty four so cal weather from kfi clear with low clouds and patchy fog lows in the mid50s to lower 60s highs later on today in the upper 60s at the coast mid70s who around 80s inland of two midnineties for the valley's upper '90s for the i e thing for sunday right now at sixty in dana point sixty one in huntington beach sixty one also in marina del rey and sixty and cereda's we leib local from k of is twenty four hour newsroom i'm rosier rivera the a mm.
"dr. freedland" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Him council of government keeps track and we've seen our fair share in the pat he week dangerous roads in albuquerque our skin ko and montgomery boulevard and the tumult dangerous intersections are tune in an american and cores and for sale and accordion friends who live right now again i wanted to find an online at coors boulevard and candle northgate allied allied has been green for approximately nine sank in that moment i'm dr freedland had get under on north dan did he because five hundred thirty eight grandkids it happened here five years on the lunar damage kaylynn montgomery your down jacqueline garcia notice nearly everyone is trying to cut a corner constantly in traffic get a never ending the lord according to the mid region council government had the highest ranked rain in the city do did interest nineteen it now he doesn't have the most cranston nature planning organization administrator david analogy it could be much congestion is also a um after volume of vehicles on the road the capacity came kabctv albuquerque hasn't engineering division that is always looking to make improved things what those will be will depend on further study the city will begin to further identification to find out because it's luck t boom accidents ali pedestrian accident right turn on what actually the problem jacqueline garcia also noted thankless again stream handlers outside of her work.