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Health official: Booster use may be expanded
"Federal health experts say an FDA advisory panel's decision on booster shot is a preliminary step and they're predicting broader approval coming up for most Americans top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci says people under age sixty five who may not be authorized right away for Kobe booster shots shouldn't be concerned on NBC's meet the press about he says he expects boosters will be phased in just like the initial vaccines were the next category is people eighteen to sixty four who on the basis of institutional or occupational and that's what you're talking about people who might be exposed based on what their occupation is health care providers people who are an essential job and he says the most important step in ending this latest cope with surges for people to get their initial shots Jackie Quinn Washington
With Hands Tied, Montana Officials Issue Public Health Plea
"There's been an escalation of the pandemic in several western states struggling to convince skeptical people to get vaccinated public health leaders have approved price of care rationing in Idaho parts of Alaska and Montana and several more states are veering dangerously close with less than ten percent of intensive care unit beds available in Idaho we're overwhelmed hospitals are rationing care statewide the state is looking at a virus positivity rate of twenty percent as hospitals in Missoula and Bozeman face increasing strain local health officials are banking Montana residents to wear masks indoors get vaccinated and limit gatherings there lamenting their inability to implement public health restrictions after Montana passed several laws earlier this year curtailing their power in Helena chief medical officer Dr Shelly Harkins with St Peter's health says the constraints of a hospital or worse than what was seen earlier in the pandemic the hospital's intensive care unit advanced medical unit and morgue are full I'm Jennifer king
US Panel Backs COVID-19 Boosters Only for Elderly, High-Risk
"Advisers at the food and drug administration rejected recommending widespread use of a third dose of visors coronavirus vaccine the vote was sixteen to two against three doses a setback for the White House adviser Dr Michael Carrillo says they need more data we need to target the boosters right now it should be clear to the people are likely to be at high risk and it's an older population that you know compromise and the advisers later voted to recommend the extra does to those people advisor Dr Amanda Cohn at the CDC says the focus should stay on two doses it is clear that the unvaccinated are providing transmission the Biden ministration was hoping for the three dose recommendation to shore up protection from the delta variant at Donahue Washington
A Comprehensive Defense of America's Embattled Constitution
"We are blessed everybody. We are very very blessed to live in. A country still has some semblance of a divinely. Inspired form of government of the independent jewish judiciary rule of law consent to the govern- checks and balances and that started today. Not actually today. But on this day i should say many many years ago in seventeen eighty seven the united states constitution after it was the seven articles were at least conditionally approved by the constitution convention. They had to go state by state so they had to go. Delaware was the first state rhode island was the last state to ratify and to approve it and there are seven articles of the united states constitution. It wasn't until seventeen. Ninety one that the bill of rights was passed and ratified by all the states. And that's actually what most people know is their constitutional rights first amendment second amendment amendment fourth amendment first amendment right to speech not to be infringed upon by government. Secondment the right to bear arms third amendment. That soldiers don't come into your home fourth amendment. The government can spy on you fifth amendment. You're right against self-incrimination. Six seven and eight all about process speed and a speedy speedy and quick jury of your peers against long imprisonment unfairly ninth amendment which actually one of my favorite amendments to the constitution which says that anything that is not in the constitution does not mean that it's not protected tenth amendment. Things that are not in here are protect are then given to the states and to the people that the for. That's the first ten amendments to the united states constitution. But that actually wasn't part of what we're celebrating today. If i remember correctly december seventeen ninety one that the bill of rights was was ratified. James madison wrote. It is our reason alone that must be placed in control of the government. Our passions must be controlled by it. The constitution spreads power over time and over land makes it hard to change. Things makes it hard to conduct. Quick revolutions you see the founding fathers in this constitution. And this is the best way to defend. Somebody asked me say charlie what conservatives actually believe said. It's very simple. We believe in natural law. We believe in a natural law. Giver founders knew this they wrote it in the declaration which is why the declaration is a partner of the constitution. They go right into each other. As dr larry arnn from hillsdale college would say it's the founders key. They are meant for one
How To Keep Your Job On Vacation With Hubspot's Pamela Bump
"Pamela as marketers. Get a break as well. Some of us wanna take a vacation but you know marketing never stops how marketers keep their job while they're on vacation i think there's two elements to marketing teams keeping their jobs while on vacation. I you look at the marketer the marketer which i'll use myself as an example we've all been through a wild year we've had a lot of pivots. Twenty twenty was so wild and unprecedented. We all wanna break. I wanted a break. Everyone on my team definitely wants a break but we want to take that break without throwing any of our processes off so one of the things that i do is focused on really strong communication. I regularly have one on ones with teammates that i work with most often and at these one on ones i might give them a heads up saying. Hey i'm gonna take some time off at this time. If you're going to take some time off let me know. And then we'll come up with a plan of how we can best prepare each other for this time off so we make initial plans there and then on top of that. I will email my team. And i'll say just a heads up that next week. I will be off from this date to this date. Here is my out of office. Plan for example when i'm running emails. I usually schedule the blogs emails a week or so ahead of time. If i'm going to be out. But i will pick another responsible person. A. dr is what we call them. A designated responsible individual to take over the email of something needs to be changed or content. Isn't gonna go out that we've scheduled so that's one of those things l. Include in my out of office plan of who to reach out to. If something urgent happens. And i will also remind people of when they can reach out to my manager could she can make calls for me usually end. That's just a good way to remind people that i'll be out. Usually nothing urgent will happen in the summer. When i when i have taken time off but it's good to have that information and people know whether something is something they should email me about and i'll return the message as soon as i get back or if it's something needed to reach out to another teammate. About but i usually try to schedule as much in advance as possible and then make a little out of office plan.
Unpacking the Apple vs Epic Ruling
"Versus epic. We kind of got the ruling after the whole lawsuit. We've talked about it before epic suing apple because they made them take out button that was leading people pay on third party site in apple. Obviously with their iowa store in their thirty percent. Cut doesn't want that to happen. so kind of is like Win lose lose more. Even though that's three parties there's only two parties associated. This seemed like everybody was not happy yet. Kind of kinda sorta so pretty much. The judge ruled that they're not being anti-competitive they claim. Success is not illegal and both apple and third party developers like epic have symbiotically benefited from ever increasing innovation and growth from the ios ecosystem. Fair feels pretty fair now they did also though and this is what kind of is a lose aspect for apple is that they They ruled there for permanent nationwide injunction blocking apple not only from keeping iphone users in the dark about alternate ways to pay but potentially allowing developers to stick their own purchase mechanisms into apps. So that's a win for developers. I'm yeah so initially that one rule that Epic was pretty mad about was that in-app purchases had to go through apple's payment method which automatically took a thirty percent cut and the argument was. Why should there be an only apple at purchase that there should be other options to be able to have our own in-app purchase methods. Should be offer alternates. Maybe some of them are cheaper because they don't have to go through a thirty percent cut from apple and this ruling is that apple will now need to allow other purchase methods for in-app purchases and there's a little bit of they're not quite sure how this is gonna work. What constitutes a button inside it and stuff so that'll be a little weird but so the reason epic doesn't really win on. This is because the way they started. This whole suit was by adding that and the judge also ruled that it was a breach of the contract and apple is allowed to continue to knock basically let four-night back into the not. Give them back their developer account. So while you are there blocking that and you will potentially be able to put a button in for this kind of skirting. The rules epa can't because they're not allowed back in apple store epic knew what they're doing when they broke the rules so developers win apple kind of loses epic really loses. Because they're not back on the ios store and they also had to pay some sort of a fine because of the money that they made in that process of breaching the contract. So that's super super. Te'o dr version of a all have links in the description. So you can read the full thing. It's super interesting But yet it's been going on for a long time and yeah it also seems like it's far from over anytime there's just like all right another year of like back and forth between like researching each other so that is a still developing but that's at least some development
Relationship Therapist, Brittanni Young, on How to Manage Rejection
"Sex down south best sex conference ever down at atlanta. You are hosting a workshop on managing rejection and a really wanna talk about this so tell us why. This is such an important topic. I might be colored in my lens as it's just the thing that keeps coming up you know both personally and professionally and i don't think people realize because it often feels isolating when you're in it but there is going to be that dynamic there where you have somebody who's the higher desire partner in the low desire partner in any given situation. It's not common where you have both high desire or both low desire at the exact same time you know and really being able to navigate those waters. Most people have no idea. They're just okay. I just think that. I need to bring you to my level in that. Is the solution so much so right. My partner is broken. can you fix them. Can you diagnose them. And can you fix them. And even beyond sacs rejection. It just feels like this important life skill that has been glossed over. You know in recent years. We've heard a lot about vulnerability right expressing vulnerability and showing vulnerability. And i don't think ten years ago. We were hearing as much of that in the mainstream. I agree and i'm like in five or ten years. Will we hear more about rejection league in every respect whether it's applying for a job or this is a tiny little thing but saying hello or smiling at someone on the street and having them ignore you not for hitting on purposes Just for friendly. Now you live in the south. You live in atlanta We're a lot of people smile and say hello. Yeah i live in toronto. Where when i smile and say hello i kinda get. I get pretty upset. Sometimes because people will just look right through you or almost even roll their eyes at you and what am experiencing there Is very visceral. Yeah it's rejection out. It's probably not about me right. It is it is actually okay. I'm gonna say this. Maybe people from toronto will disagree but for me. It's a cultural thing in the city that you ignore each other. In fact people in new york are more likely to like not it. You say hello. Wow yeah turn a special. This is my view. I know somebody's gonna say no toronto and it's not everybody right. There are pockets. That are super friendly. So that experience of rejection like it just feels so bad in your body
Dr Michael Guillen: Science Shows That Seeing Is Not Believing
"That's what we're talking about right now with dr michael gillen. The book is believing is seeing. So you're saying that we we meaning you and others were observing. The spin of certain galaxies ended implied that there was a lot more matter and mass. Then we could see and so what we infer from that observation so we inferred that there must be some things some substance within that galaxy that is causing it to spin so fast that we can't see it's an invisible form of stuff and that's all we called it. When i was a grad student but then as i in the years afterwards we came to call it dark matter. So that's what we call the missing mass that. Where is this mass. That's causing the galaxy galaxy to spin so fast and then beyond that we discovered that the universe is actually not only expanding but it's accelerating out words. That was huge. And i actually covered that when i was at. Abc news because a friend of mine at harvard was involved in that discovery. And we call that dark matter the bottom line just just to come back to the point i was making is that when i learned as a young scientists that most of the universe is invisible and we now believe ninety five percent of the observable universe is invisible to us. I could no longer live by the motto. Seeing is believing because here was science now demanding that i believe in a universe most of which i could not see so i had to ditch. Seeing is believing in that launched me on a very long. Herman has like journey you know. Tormented intellectual sequel has like journey. I literally make fun of. Herman has in the introduction to my new book is areas in bed. I'm not even joking. I'm going to send you a copy when we get off the air. I gotta send you a copy. But so what you're saying. I really you know. I i want to be serious and let the audience know that science or let's say materialists people who are scientistic who insist. There's no such thing as anything except what we can detect with our five senses anything beyond the realm of quote unquote science cannot exist. They make this statement now. That is a statement of faith. It's preposterous but you're telling me oh by the way even science contradicts that idea. Because you're saying there is a ton of matter we can infer the existence of it but we can't see it and so that right there causes you to think like well. Maybe we're getting some of this
Biden 'Making the Taliban Great Again'? Scott Wagner Thinks So and Put It on Billboards
"Brother-in-law reach out to me this morning and he said how do you see this story in fox news. I know the guy who did it. And i said really Well then connect us and he did so. Thank you on the main two brother in louisville full connecting us to a man who understands communications strategic communications former pennsylvania state senator delighted to have him on the show scott wagner welcome to america first after i much benefit. Seeing the fifteen bills you put up around pennsylvania. Ferret is thank you eric. So it's a photograph. I i'm not sure i'll have brian stelter if it's dr not. It is joe biden in a taliban outfit holding an rpg grenade-launcher with the sign making the taliban great again. I dread to think how much those fifteen billboards cost you. God bless you for doing it. Tell us why you did it. Scott while sebastian I have a political background I'm gonna be sixty six years old next week. I've been in business my whole life. This country has been great to me. we live in the greatest country and so to think that That our government our president left. Once i've course cues me Seventy five thousand vehicles five hundred aircraft all the weapons or the mission explosives night-vision equipment that kind of stuff. We left it for the taliban. And now i was actually just on the internet looking at images of over the last several weeks. The taliban soldiers fighters driving and riding in us are armored personnel carriers. Amazing that this is going on and somebody has to step up and say something. So it's mad this what we've done so we have. We have given The taliban in early christmas quite
18 Months Into the Pandemic and the USA Is Still Looking Grim
"Are the numbers on kovic. Eighteen months in about one hundred and fifty thousand. New cases are still being reported every single day in the us and more than six hundred sixty six thousand people in this country have died from cova. That's one in every five hundred of us joining us now to give us the latest is. Npr health correspondent rob stein. Robert situation sounds and seems pretty grim. Walk us through police if you could where things stand with the pandemic in the us. Yeah you know. The numbers are still staggering. About one hundred fifty thousand people are still catching the virus every day for the ninety six thousand or so sick. They're in the hospital and more than eighteen. Hundred people are still dying every day from covert nineteen. That's still not nearly as bad as things got during the darkest days of last winter. But it's still pretty awful and no one thought the pandemic would still be taking this kind of toll you know especially so many months after we all thought that vaccines would be like the calvary. Righty to our rescue. I talked about this with dr. She's the deed of the brown school of public health infection. Numbers across the country are really stunningly. Bad i mean hundred and fifty hundred sixty thousand americans getting infected every single day. It's really stunning. That this is where we are as a country and you know just tragic since the incredibly effective vaccines made so much of this totally preventable even in the face of the delta varian. So where is this headed. I mean are things just going to go from bad to worse it again. Yes that's what everyone is wondering right. You know every parent in america's holding their breath hoping their kids are going to stay in school every workers wondering what's going to happen with their jobs and you know there is a glimmer of hope actually looks like the surge may have hit a peak and could be finally starting to subside at least for
What is Joint Inflammation?
"Age we really don't die from infections. That's very rare in in a first world country but the body is hardwired itself to protect itself against some sort of infectious bacteria from damaging major regions of the body. And so the way that it's it's hardwired. This adaptation is through inflammation inflammation is an immune response where the body starts up regulating all these different immune cells that damage things and they take they certainly will target damage bacteria and protect us from dying from the infection. The unfortunate thing is when they're up when when we have inflammation up for a period of time. It damages are vital organs as well. You know we've all experienced like a sprained ankle and we've had swelling and pain in that area that's part of the inflammation processes damaging tissue. It's actually breaking down tissue so that the to the tissue can be rebuilt. it's also protecting against the infection. The problem is when that inflammation never stops and when it's a low grade Kind of smoldering level of inflammation over time that damages different regions right in affects every system of the body. And of course today we're talking about joints and the main things that will experience when we have chronic joint inflammation is joint degeneration osteoarthritis. And of course we will have pain rights. We'll have pain in the joint. While limited range of motion and mobility in the joint and we will obviously experience painted discomfort and a loss of interest star ranger motion and our ability to really live the way that we wanna live. So here's an example of a normal joint here's an example of osteoarthritic joint right a inflamed damaged joint now typically takes a minimum of twenty to thirty years of chronic joint inflammation. It's not like this happens overnight. Usually a long process. Twenty thirty years of chronic inflammation in the joint to get to do to degenerate. Like this case. So it's not even like a year or two. Although you know in certain cases you can have like a car accident whiplash or you know major trauma possibly to your knee. This is a knee joint for example. That accelerates the inflammation of time however usually these are processes that take quite quite a few years decades to
Is There a Link Between Certain Diets and Depression? With Dr. Neal Barnard
"Barr thank you very much for joining us to be with you. You ready for question number one. You bet all right this one comes to us from each four and a tour rights is a junk food diet more likely to cause depression. Well it's a great question. And and historically people have drawn a division whatever's below the neck. That's where i could have an effect but above above the neck no couldn't have any effect. Well the that foods might affect depression impressed in a favorable way through the right foods came to our attention as an accident. We were doing research study with geico insurance and the reason the reason we did this study and check you and i talked about this before the geiko national headquarters is about three or four blocks from her office and so they were really interested in the possibility that a plant based i might help them where they had employee wants to lose weight or get diabetes under better control so we instituted a program at geiko of a vegan diet both in the cafeteria and a weekly class for anybody who wanted to actually jump in and so although the purpose of it was to look at way changes and to see how he does. Diabetes might improve. We saw something else and that was depression. Started to lift. And you can do this subjectively where where you have. Individuals fill out a paper and soul questionnaire of specific symptoms. Are you sleeping. How's your mood. How's your appetite a whole bunch of indicators of depression and what we saw is that quite steadily. They were improving over the course of his site.
Dr. Michael Greger: How to Naturally Boost Brain BDNF Levels to Fight Depression
"Welcome to nutrition facts. I'm your host. Dr michael gregor today. We look at ways to mitigate a serious mental health disorder. Depression there's accumulating evidence in brain derived neurotrophic fact may be playing a role in human depression beady. Nf controls the growth of new nerve cells so low levels may explain the atrophy of specific brain areas. You see among depressed patients that maybe one of the reasons exercises so good for our brains. Starting our day exercise regimen within three months you can get a quadrupling obedient. F- reliefs from your brain. This makes sense. I mean anytime. We were desperate to catch prey or desperate not to become prey ourselves. We needed to be cognitively sharp. And so when we're fasting or exercising or an negative calorie balance. Our brain starts churning out. Bvd nf to make sure we're firing on all cylinders. So of course. Big farm as eager to create drugs to mimic this effect. But is there any way to boost enough naturally. Yes i just said it. Fasting and exercise. Okay okay but is there anything we can add to our diet to boost obedient. Well hiring takes dietary flavonoids appear to be protectively associated with symptoms of depression. The harvard nurses study followed tens of thousands of women for years and found that those who are eating the most to appeared to reduce the risk of coming down with depression. Flavonoids occur naturally implants. So there's a statue mountain variety of healthy foods. But how do we know. The benefits are from the flavonoids and not just from eating healthier in general. You don't know until you put it to the test. See some fruits and vegetables have more than others. Apples have more than apricots plums. More than peaches red cabbage. More than white kale. More than cucumbers. So if you randomize people into one of three groups more high flavonoids fruits and vegetables. More low flavonoids fruits and vegetables or no extra fruits and vegetables at all after eighteen weeks. Only the high flavonoids group got a significant boost and obedient f- levels which corresponded to an improvement in cognitive
Colorism in the Bedroom With Sex Therapist Dr. Donna Oriowo
"Wondering if we could start off a little bit with you just sharing a bit of the work that it is that you do and how you got to this point well I'm a sexual relationship therapist at focus in on. How color isn't intellectualism impact in sexual health. I got into this work because people kept telling me. And i was comfortable enough to talk to them about sex and sexuality but i felt like there were missing pieces when i went to school so then trying to figure out like okay. How do you bridge the gap and those missing pieces that you're noticing and with the people that you know you want to serve So in doing that work at like it's just been like a slow bill of these all these other pieces because when you start your own practice you know everybody and they momma is willing to give you some advice but sometimes advice. We have four you. It's about their fears and the concerns that they had in creating a business. And not about you though. I remember people telling me out. You're using to me black photos on your website. Oh don't need down so much more of a generalist. So everybody could see you as that of narrowing it all the way down and i just had to realize that if you are generalists you don't see the people that you wanna see and if you don't have the pictures of the people that you serve. They don't know that they are being served. They may still come but they don't know that you're there your priority so for me of being more of a like a no brainer had to go back in just change What i had been told and religious think into what is best for me most authentic for me and that has allowed a non brighthouse flourish in the way that it has a started off as a solo a solo practitioner. And now i have a team of three other people currently working
White House Offers Nicki Minaj Call to Answer Vaccine Questions
"The White House has offered to school of rap star after she posted incorrect information about the cool bit nineteen vaccine the Biden administration is trying to get Nicki Minaj back on key when it comes to claims about side effects of the coronavirus vaccine not got attention this week by posting an unverified claim that a cousin's male friend in her native Trinidad took the shot and ended up impotent and with swollen **** infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci says there's no way that's possible and the White House is looking to seven on straight it's part of an effort by the feds to address lingering concerns about the vaccine or not says she is open to talking with health experts I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Seth Dobrin Talks About Trustworthy AI
"We're gonna talk about trustworthy a i. It's something that is increasingly in the news and concerns a lot of people. Ibm has a product called fact sheets. Three sixty that i understand is going to be integrated into products. Can you tell us what fact sheets three sixty is. And then we'll get into the science behind. Yes so let me start by laying out what we see is the critical components Trustworthy a at a high level Three things there's a ethics there's govern dated ai and then there's an open and diverse ecosystem an ai ethics is fully aligned with with our ethical principles that we've published with arbin dr ceo co leading the initiative out of the world economic forum. And i'm adviser for essentially open sourcing our perspective on a ethics from a govern data in ai perspective. It falls into five buckets. So i is. Transparency second is explain ability third is robustness. Fourth is privacy and fifth is fairness and so the goal of fact sheets is to span multiple of these components and to provide a level of explain ability. That is needed to drive adoption and ultimately for regulatory compliance. And you think of it as a nutritional label for ai where nutritional labels are designed to help us as consumers of prepackaged foods to understand what are the nutritional components of him. What's healthy for us. What's not healthy for us. Factually is designed to provide a similar level capability for a.
Simone Biles to Testify Against FBI in Larry Nassar Case
"Biles and three other prominent. Us gymnasts are scheduled to testify on capitol hill today. Npr's carrie johnson reports. Lawmakers are examining the fbi's failure to fully investigate. Dr larry nassar following abuse complaints. The justice department inspector general says the fbi failed to act with urgency after received tips. About larry nassar in two thousand fifteen in all more than two hundred fifty women have since. Come forward to say that. Nassar sexually abused them as girls or young athletes including gymnast. Simone biles michaela maroney maggie nicols and allie razman all. Four women are expected to testify before the senate judiciary committee. Lawmakers say they're probing fundamental mistakes by the fbi that allowed nassar to continue to prey on young people. He's been sentenced to more than one hundred years in
The Connection Between Sexual and Emotional Intimacy With Psychologist Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife
"What's the effect that emotional intimacy hasn't sexual intimacy while. Sometimes i feel a little bit like a marriage. We do what we sometimes do in psychology. Which is we make a kind of false split between emotional and sexual intimacy like we do it between the mind and the body in psychology. Where i think it's much more integrated than it's kind of false division a little bit but would stay. Is you know. It's in a long term partnership it's difficult to want to have sex with someone you don't fundamentally like trust and they're to be your full south with which is very much linked to the quality of the relationship so you know i think sometimes even saying emotional intimacy is a little bit i use the framing. So i understand. Why do it. But it's a little bit of a false category. Which is the real deal is. How free am i to be who i am with you. Show you who i am sexually emotionally. Intellectually to be intimate. And how much room do i make for you to be yourself into. Show me who you are. And to create a partnership that makes room for two of us to live honestly at open heartedly with one another. So that's a big part of a sustainable and growing emotional and sexual relationship.
"dr. i" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Slash podcast. This is the way to go so so tell me interesting story. That involves a violent. I just picture this good stories of you inviolate. Having adventures there was one year in her early twenties went to an amusement park and i was super nervous about getting on this one ride a. It's like the camera. Just kinda go up really high and they just drop you are actually just. That's a mechanical failure. And they call it. That's that's just something that's not functioning properly. Oh the the elevator just crashed it's arrived. It's very entertaining. That bridge collapsed. So what happened so you go up and then you get dropped right. So we were. We were getting in our state super nervous Getting instantly regretting designed to get on this ride. And she's kind of fidgeting with her harness than she slammed down a little too hard to make in place and i think she had hit her are hit a sensitive email area and she just screamed out my away. We wait wait a minute what she called. You said a sensitive female area meal area. A manageable heard of the words rupa. I have not what's fuca. In teen up. As words a delightfully crude acronym for that upper hubin maria. Oh upper pubic area. No it a named acronym. I named our dog. No i didn't know what it was. I just made it out. I thought it was making it up. And i get all these dirty looks when aims. I'm out in the night and let me pet my for the move. And i've i've been arrested several times and i say it's dog but the dog has always wondered away at that point so there's no dog there. Wow so i didn't know that. That tina fey ism. Where does she is. That was that from thirty rock or she said someplace else. She didn't clean it. I don't know where it came from o. A yeah okay. I'm gonna use that. No you're not gonna use that. No no no no one. Are you going to have caused to shout out. I don't know when i'm on a roller coaster. And i slammed the onto when you give birth to twins. Oh yeah i'll be like to the doctor. I'll be like my fuqua and my dog will come running in dressed in a medical gowns come on. He's.
"dr. i" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Wait just sitting. There gagging on your own so so my thought the other one on one time a lot. Dumber to my wisdom right out to build up over there for that joke all right all right stuff. It's all right so back to this. Poor bastard i mean jesus this kid there are other people like this he fucking. I will say like the dentist. I go to now. He told me. As i have got referred like i've had so many people who are kids went to this guy and like their mouths are fucked up. Nelson's a shitty dentist on top of being. Oh steve is that the people after getting away from never went to the dentist. Oh like thirty years so all in all though his dental care was was good though. Yeah it was fine. Thank you doug competent. Then problems with the guy i wanna. I don't wanna be it'd be mccleary hard worker. That was a good job. Good job strong. Kick the shit have a six year mean right hook tougher when you were twelve like when you raise your hand kinda just get a minute to sit up. I'll give them credit man. He fucking slaps bam you put your pin down in frigging. Held your arm like nobody's business. He's get the forum in the chest to. He's yeah he was good. Now get to your the for me go ahead. Let's get back to this here often. When having a tooth removed or seals done your mouth had to be opened with a retract. Her though leaves there with the retract tractor on for about forty five minutes or so before he came in to work on our teeth. Stop not true under sold by this kid. I'm fucking so so dr. dan's office as i recall you. Would you be back here. And you'd be staring at the wall. The windows you could see the windows up outside. Yep and there's a clock there. He was over there by where the floride signs were summer yet so he would have this with retract her so we call zero tractor so like if a kid wouldn't open their mouth long enough and that meant like dr. Dan's mind like you know like permanently. It would have you heard of this before. And i've never heard put a retractable in your mouth like the clamps that the. Obgyn's us yes. It's exactly what it was. Yeah and he would cr- boo essentially cricket and right. It's a torture device and open your mouth as wide as you can humanly possible. The old hands the hanwha workout things that people do to make the squeeze who pop pop pop up and it would do that and then he would go work in other places in other rooms. And i remember as a little kid on the kid next to you. Next year he'd leave and go talk to a mom of another patient and or go to rays or something and comeback. I remember staring at that clock looking at it being over an hour at times over an hour and i can remember as a little kid. I can remember a little kid feeling the tears literally running down my face like in the my mouth while i'm sitting there watching it it'd be like this is unbearable in by the way. Oh you know. I could move my arms because you're a fucking tied down so you know it's amazing. You're not more fun over this. this happened. this happened this happened. I mean it's fucking up a would fucking believable when you smile though it's true it's this this happened. This happened guy is there. Were three points when when you sent this. And i played it. Judy struck a chord. Where i had like a legitimate reaction like her hearing dr daniels name. And then this the when they brought brought to attract so the basically just like they're like co-conspirators in systemic child abuse. Would you re was the ails. Ailsa secretary said yesterday secretary. Hopefully groom you know just like it's like you know it's like people like weinstein's assist again. I am in no way comparing or you know somebody would shuffle priests around you know. Move them over from from town. The town again right not no way. I'm not saying ryan's experiences not as bad. I'm not saying my half as long as eight years wasn't as bad as the the people who are muslim prese a marketing compare myself. I'll just say we're all in the same conversation together. Your different level. It is worth seeking apartment building put. Now he's making an oscar winning movie out of this. You know they do. You can make a pretty grim normal harmony. The tooth man this summer tobin bell stars as the tooth man. I'm getting people in the know for interrogation but he was coming back on youtube. It's uploaded to youtube but it's it's in the process of being processed by youtube. Gotcha okay anyway. this happened. I'm fucking like on the vomit. When i think about this. It's fucking incredible in las napa. Tight go ahead. Sometimes he would eat his lunch. While i sat there with my mouth which i believe probably one of the worst pains i've ever felt in my life. I remember one time. When i was in grade and i had been leaned back in the chair waiting with the tractor on for about an hour i was in so much pain that i couldn't take it. I set up on the chair and tried to scream and cry as loud as i could. Dr daniels came rushing over angry. Could be took my retract her off and took me back into his house where he screamed at me for being a big baby scaring all of the other kids. I was so mad at myself..
"dr. i" Discussed on The National Desk
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"dr. i" Discussed on The National Desk
"People are getting in some form of therapy. So something again, we have to keep our eye on what is that mean? Well, you know a monoclonal antibody is one of the treatments that's used for people when they get infected. They passively transfer this protein. That is an artificially made protein. That is an antibiotic that is used to fight against the infection. That is one form of therapy. That's the therapy that President Trump got when he was at Walter Reed some of the other people what I I think Rudy Giuliani also got that so that's the that's what's called a therapy or a treatment. It looks like that is possibly and we don't we have to confirm it may be one of the things that is going to be neutralized as it were or not as effective against these isolates, but these are things that people are working on right now. That's kind of sketchy well and wouldn't use the word scary that mean that you going to have to get other other antibodies if you want to treatment. All right, so dr. Sure what's going on with this vaccine roll out so many cities say they're running out now what time? No, I don't think they're running out. I mean the the the Mayor Bill de Blasio says he's going to run out next week. Is that true?.
"dr. i" Discussed on The National Desk
"Efficient and going from person to person and that has the capability of severe morbidity and mortality and sure enough money. That's what we've been living for the last year. So when you tell me what keeps me up at night is what we're going through right now because this would have been you know, this is terrible if you log, The numbers I mean even in the reason why this is such a confusing outbreak because it isn't uniform among everybody in other words. Everybody gets really sick and a few people died. It's like no other infectious disease. I've dealt with where you know, maybe forty percent of the people who get infected. Mostly young people either don't get any symptoms at all or a very very mild symptoms and then you get people the elderly those who have underlying conditions and we have a substantial proportion of the population has one or more of the underlying conditions that will give you a greater chance of getting a severe outcome. That's diabetes hypertension obesity chronic lung disease heart disease people on chemotherapy for cancer or for autoimmune diseases. So even though most of the people do okay. There are enough susceptible people that we now have at the last count about three hundred and eighty thousand deaths and we likely will get well over 400,000 by February. That's the worst. This country has faced as an outbreak in a hundred and two years since the pandemic of 1918. So it's sort of a dichotomy Jam when the one hand some people say, well, it doesn't bother you. You know, you just feel a little bit like you're got a little bit of a cold in your right. Yeah, that's for some people but thousands of people get seriously ill and die and that's where the messaging gets difficult because how do you convince the entire country to do the kinds of things that need Public Health measures to prevent infection like uniform wearing of mass keeping your distance avoiding crowds and congregate settings particularly indoors and washing your hands off. There was some people who blow that off and say why do I need to do that? It's not going to bother me, but the fact is you may get infected and not even know it because you don't have any symptoms and then inadvertently infect someone else who will have a dire consequence. So it's not just about you and I guess that calls upon the hopeful selflessness of people in the country to realize that by my not getting infected. I may be indirectly preventing someone else from getting infected. So by protecting myself in actuality, I'm protecting other people that's a message that is not easy to get across particularly when people say, you know a more self-centered than they need to be Or we are that kind of society and you know, that's that's the world right now. It's speaking of which you know, you were talking about a dead child a global death toll.
"dr. i" Discussed on America Dissected with Abdul El-Sayed
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"dr. i" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"To stage dot com look for I think the the subject is Rosenbaum and Dancing D. A. N. S. O. N. A check that out. I appreciate you guys. This week is a great guest. A people have talked to me on the listeners. Written in the fans and I'm going to read some letters on the altro Of the show when when our guest is gone. But there are you know. It's it's talked about mental health. Talk about all these things. Why don't you have a doctor or something like that? Or is so. That's what we did so the past couple of weeks. I've interviewed my Some therapists a life coach this week. So that's going to happen. We're GONNA have a mental health with prefiguring all that out now but already recorded and fantastic but this week. This was amazing. This is someone that I've known for a while. Haven't known like we're not buddies In fact he doesn't really return my emails all the time. Because he's he's a doctor he's busy okay. So you know it's not like constantly berated the guy but no. He's a fantastic man. He's got a heart of gold. He helps a lot of people for free You know on Celebrity Rehab. He's What else I mean. There's so many podcasts. Love Line. He's got he was on the masked what is at the masked man masked crusader. I don't know I don't want you. But he was on it I love and he has so much insight today. You'RE GONNA love to and that's Dr Drew. Dr Drew Pinski. So why don't we get inside of Dr Drew? It's my pawn. You're listening to inside of you with Michael.
"dr. i" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"I guess I don't like the word founding because it's not doesn't make sense but virology discovered the field of virology in its lobby rule. No Hopkins Soya and he was there sitting chair. I think we're like thirty years or something like that and that is very true. So so what you're saying very similar about they're sort of this bellboy built in a way. Yeah grandiosity in Jerusalem. I remember this and I I I witnessed. We reported this back in those days A physician come do take care of his daughter in a hospital pulling insisting under her pelvic exam himself. Okay because he wouldn't dare have another person toucher. Yeah that wasn't that's kind of crazy. Yeah I just do for sure Tarver seventies yeah so. Are You saying that your dad had this happening that he not yet boundaries because he would take care of family and stuff like that but but he was taking care of my mother in some way and keeping her glued together. It's not good codependent. It's good penalty. Yeah then that too and And then I would you know for sure if he knew what I was absorbed. He wasn't aware that or hobby. Never got exposed to what I what I was supposed to always and my sister thinks I'm just an evil person for being mean my mom for talking for in the other other than glowing way I absorbed all time you can have. You can have complex. Thought could have more than one feeling. You can love someone very mature. Sure memories to in whatever it was that was my experience and so it was like I said I remember the that kind of screaming and yelling that I'd never overseen except in a psychiatric hospital interesting. Do you think that's why you got into the field you're GONNA do. Well I think the it's it's hard to say but in the Adolescent I got interested in adolescent health. Which is what love line was all about because when I was in college at Nineteen I started having panic attacks? Ax and depression really daily panic attacks and I was mismanaged completely for a couple of years and it was suffering and that because there was there was no adolescent health. Didn't exist then there was no experts in the field. No nothing I I remember. I went down to the collegiate as small college New England. I went down to the health center. Something's wrong with me and the doctor looks at me. Some old retired physician was giving his time to the college. You know a couple of days a week looks goes to get your shit together. Take walks in the woods. Just take long walks. I was like if that that would do it. I of course I do that. He can my shit together happily. I I was disabled with panic and depression. Totally mismanage and I thought I'd never want anybody else to through that in their adolescence. They're should be there's there's and clearly even as a LS myself nineteen years old. I could see their unique needs that just nobody was there to me. I love to hear stories about people who get into their field. We're really and they're able to be honest about themselves. You know this happened to me. I want to make sure it doesn't happen again. Like it and I the the psyche getting involved. This addiction medicine was a total fluke and even the psychiatric stuff was kind of a flu. I've just moonlighting during our medical residency and just got more interested in it. I wouldn't say it had the same kind of Dr That adolescent thing did that then really was like I don't everybody goes through that anymore. They there's got to be and the field developed. I thought I want to be part of that. That's an that's an amazing story. I've never heard that before that one before from you know saying listen to your podcast. All the time just never heard that one shooter so and so so anything like that for you I I fell at a very early age. I was this given the flag to problem solve and I think that I grew family. Yes so I think that I Someone the hero someone gives you a flag and you can either take it or not. I don't know but there's different roles that people are calls. I mean families no it it was all done with straight line. We also hero to the family. Come I think that you know the name Venus so so like going back to the name. We've come full circle so we have like. Victoria's the oldest Catherine Danielle Matthew and I'm the second oldest and Venus so in a way it it kind of sets up that you have to be doing something. Why are you on your phone? You're not even listening. I am listening to you because somebody takes me. I'm interviewing yields. Somebody texted W I had to respond fucked up listeners. Just want you to know that. He's on this about him all the time every day. But if I look at my phone he has a Shit Fatso also really oil. While we're going to ship it but I'll call you on it Do you want to hear. The story is okay so at the end of the day I just would. We would sit on the stoop all of our houses connected because we lived in a row homes and it would listen to the women talk about these problems as if they were unsolvable they would talk about these issues and I remember this very young age. I must've been four or five years old. When I was laying? Condom from just relational problems. Money problems but it wasn't and I was obviously as I got got older. I was able to be like. Oh this isn't about that. This is about this but I I never really said anything I just was like these. Problems are solvable. We can solve scar cool and silver. I am and that's really how I got into it like this. This is we can do this. You know and I I really do believe in. I don't think people need more psychologists I think people need more community and friends with you and I and we have you. Did you have come along at a time. When the the cognitive revolution has occurred too so you can can help them solve their problems as community in France They don't need psychologist so I I think that that was my early lesson in like okay. What what am I gonNa do with my life and so I started doing that as a very young age and probably badly and so I decided to do it as a as an older adult? Come to me with Steph too and I think about it in college particular but I I was not the right person. That'd be a good listener. Always well that's.
"dr. i" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Wow like she gave me like such a gift and it's such a beautiful book so anyway fugitive pieces if it for for for your for your fiction Gary. That's coming out is sending me all these links. Looks like they made a movie out of that one. A unreal movie. God a big one but in two thousand seven. He don't do people actually go out and seek information anymore or do you feel like they do in podcasting worlds. I feel it's a sort of how they they like getting a little passively. I think we're not art. Good readers anymore for the most part Yeah Brennan to become a good reader hallway. Kid Well I love reading. I'm a big reader. I mean and you know unlike like medical school when you get a PhD. You're really you're really stamina on reading and writing at the end of the day that's really what it is So I've always been I've always I'd love to read Even in my blue collar Shitty neighborhood I grew up in Delaware County which is which is On the west edge of Philly. So we were right on the border of sixty-nine Street which is the city And then the Shitty subs after that. But I want to tell you. It's the best place on earth. It is the best place on earth. I cannot tell you so unique and it's so interesting that being third educational pursuits really reportedly exactly. We're never part of that exactly but I just take. My mom introduced me to books because she was a huge reader. And that's all just caught on trivial. I met my husband in New York. City it's not not romantic. It's I was getting my master's degree New York University up. When my undergrad there was there and so it isn't romantic? It isn't like sexy it isn't anything so this is. We met in a bar where that used to be the meeting and dating places for human beings we we met in a bar and You know he tells a story very differently than I do. He says.
"dr. i" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Gives her the raccoon. Were good yeah which is which is why your new book will be interesting. Fun knows how many crazy things most people get exactly goes back to what you were talking about really with your bad advice about sex. Sure a afraid need to talk about sex. Fill puritanical society that but it it dovetails into biology biological operation and people just can't get their head around the fact that their biological and so they still kind of magical thinking about biology and so they love folk tales and folk wisdom and folk whatever and so they they'd prefer that to you just basic biological studies major. I find deeply disturbing the ruin event. Could you say it's religion that's it that's all that's all in there right so morality religion and ethics human behavior and guilt. You get right down to it Symphonia for how did we get into this topic. But I'M GONNA go. which is that when you think about the history of the human being throughout human history history until about fifty years ago think about that? The entirety of the human experience throughout history until fifty years ago sex meant and pregnancy pregnancy meant death at least thirty percent of the time. If it didn't mean pregnancy and death it meant an S. T. D. and pelvic inflammatory clamato disease meant death Infection meant death. There was nothing that you'd get your anyway. Nothing nothing so everything about sex and you're a inherent and you know the power that drive and you know of this child gets going with it di- Not only we're GONNA have a child that our hands her for eighteen years this woman but this growth could dive scary scary gotta make it seem. Just him and weird. We'll give it weird names venereal disease as did name. We're we're the were they come up with that Venal Venal what's that venereal. Because we only in the modern era I started calling it sexually transmitted disease. So these are I really believe. That's where a lot of weird stuff that we have. Culturally is take care kits because we didn't know how to shape their behavior throughout much of history And the things that resulted from improper shaping of the behavior and we're really really dangerous. Yeah for most of human history got a loved one. You Mann's blamed things to me. You're so sexy thank you Venus. Which means I I knew that was then? I knew that was going to happen. I was hoping that he forgot about it. Dan at Gerry. He's always on it. Gary does not forget us me of not listening the Astros. Are you listening always listening. So that's I can't wait to get that book that's GonNa be good fun Are you gonNa like you like call together you and Emily Morris show. I'm going on her show next month actual gate when you go on. Ask for advice. Yeah Yeah exactly exactly so. That'll be fun to write And I I I loved the creative process of actually actually writing I'm able to my daughter right now. Oh do tell. It's about consent for young adolescents. Apparently it's great need huge need and We are trying to pull consent away from the medical legal jargon and out of the Hostel Camp Jargon and into into how do you just have empathic relations with good boundaries and though yourself and listen to the person and guess what if you do you'll be you'll make good choices you're good consent Sort of building it up that one thing. You're not drunk yet. There's no consent when you're I I. Would you know. I'm sorta hard core on that. Maybe maybe a glass Sawai but beyond that. I'm not sure we're talking about consent anymore. Because we're altered Seattle altered. It's like no. That's Yeah Yep you don't know that thou like like making it making it less hostile. Gather it's more relational. It's a lot of the stuff I look at. Yes it's exactly what it'd be relational in about healthy relations nations and less about on pest because yeah because so much of the literature authors. I'm pissed and we've kind of moved past that. I don't want to say that I do not. It was quote me on that. I'm not saying the this isn't necessarily a need and an important conversation but to remain just in these pissed zones not necessarily moving forward. Yeah it needed to be loud mid needed h fall in needed that and now it's like okay. How can we really deal with this issue? And it's GonNa stay angry for a long time because I'll tell you what I used to go around. I don't think I talked about any of this. And we were Nice. Second Street Y.. But I used to go around and give talks colleges and I was just always challenging the hookup culture thing because there was all this data that showed women were very unhappy unhappy with it that they perceive their social choices in college. Life throughout the land as random. Hook up Friends with benefits. It's or There was one o- or a boyfriend girlfriend That's it those your three choices. Nothing else and they were very unsatisfied with all all the choices but the organizing experience was hooking up and so I said well of hooking up so an end the one piece of data that was omnipresent was when somebody engaged in a random hook up there always loaded one hundred percent So my question the audience would always be. That's the organizing experience of your college college life. Why don't you fucked up to man? Why do you have to fight up gary wine? College fucked up to go to a hookah. Random hookup confidence. Do you mean another other words for that. That's what I always hear. Things like this but inhibited produce rings. I'd turn yeah. It's really really want to do this. But Man Matt a tall order. I can hurt somebody hurt myself. I could is anxiety reject anxious. There's also the social factor that we just talking about a random hookup. God like thank. You would be seen for women as well so so. That's God's whatever so the men but they do not worry. They're concerned was this is a taller. Makes me anxious and I'll l. call ups helps me deal so I would always give to give them to talk first and then we'll go okay. Ladies you've heard the men all of them what are you. What are you drinking for? Silence silence not a hand. Goes up now. The hand goes up eventually and goes beer goggles right. Okay got it on your good luck. Burger got it but still room with silence and inevitably right in the front third audiences always distribute themselves in really interesting way. It's always the front third there in the center of the room. Always any sense Gary I guess what I would hear grow would always have very coyly go. I don't know if it'd be the first thing but I would. To of DOC review was saying earlier about how you can be perceived. That's a bit of a get a job. You get a little bit of that sometimes. Sometimes get some women going. Oh I can blame the the blame of Vigo. Did I hear that he the guys they need something to blame some white. Why do you have been blamed something against silence? They don't WanNa talk. They're all ashamed. And and then we'll go goes. I make sure I drink so when this thing happens. I don't have any feelings every room I've ever spoken to throughout the country. That comes at me within about three minutes of asking the women in the room they answer is that's devastating. That's sad it is. Yeah and I'd be pissed if I woke up from that now which I think what's happening right. So they're like what I've been putting up with putting up essentially with rape because I at my of course their past. Yeah of course and so. I didn't know I used to try to bring it out and we could. Do you know what would be better. And then the same same. So I'd I'd go guys this familiar there now. The guys go silent like this is stunning information and I go so ladies. What could we if we had a clean slate? I could create a social order. That was to your liking what would I do. I just have infant powers. I can do it now and again. Silence then one hand goes up our wished guy with just sit and listen to talk with me talking to a Saxon you talking about always and then the chorus would come in. Yes they would assume. Listen listen to talk and exchange and I would just point out to them I go yes. We used to call that a date. It's called date so you would like to date. You would like to uh-huh and I go. How about you split a meal crazy? Talk Crazy and then I would point out to them all this. Fm I research that shows that males ails you. Can you activate appetite appetite of desire with visual imagery. They want what they say doesn't work that way with about eighty nine women women. You activate appetite appetites desires with intimate conversation. Well I just want to tell you that there is an amazing book that you would love. And it's by Dr Wednesday today Martin and it's called untrue and it it debunks all of this shitty research done on Really Gender relations about what women want about what men want One of those is that Men Are not as monogamous is women which is not true actually women want want novelty. Yes women wind Too many one partner in need of repair like marriage is an institution made by Chinaman forming it works for men and historically true. I'm not sure that's true that's true. Well that's apologised Lionel Tiger Woods who is a famous mischaracterize anthropologists would say no. That's that's to keep you around to provide while they need the safety of child rearing phenomenon. He's a man it's vulnerability ability but marriage ultimately is an institution made by men for men for men to the extent that men were charged. That necessarily true yes so so on. Every quality of life measure men's Quality Blake when they're married goes up they have more sex in their single counterparts They get paid more more They're just happier. They live longer for women. It's the exact opposite so I think today some of the issues that is challenging alleging in twenty twenty soon to be is how do we make marriage appealing for women. Because I can't tell you drew. How many times? I hear a woman tell me that she's working full-time she's doing the laundry. She's taking care of the kids. She's doing the shopping she's doing everything of America should be doing that letter. Settle Too. Well I mean there are when you're living with someone. There needs to be the point that I'm getting at. Is that under the house. There is still huge. Ism Man that sexism where and I noticed it. I live in incredibly liberal house. Okay my my. My husband is amazing but I took notice that.
"dr. i" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Don't forget the after dark there. You might like that Gary. I just signed you to watch their Robert Paul Champagne series and at the home visit. I do to him well that I make on his behalf and one of the more dramatic experience that I've been through. I think you need to vote on that I I. I was actually just googling him in the first things that come up are deeply concerning for those of you that are why maitree mom's house fans. He's the tried out guy and I went and visited his home and it was quite enlightening and bring cameras and we'll check it out Tried out you got to see the real thing Also set setup. You don't want a doctor DOT TV streaming show every week where you can interact and we send out a blast me go live with that and it's been pretty cool interesting show on multiple platforms zone. Whatever you're watching it and we will be there on those afternoons where we do those shows for a couple of hours? It's my privilege to welcome Dr. Venus Nichelino back to the show. Welcome DR V. Thank you for having me and you you said. That's how eloquently. I have a lot of people choke over all the vowels Ravioli. And that name bordering on Hawaiian all right. I mean I like it. I'll take it continents and they made that exactly down kept the V.. In the Noor and those are very very powerful continents. Yes so how his marriage boot camp going It's going We actually have our Finale I believe next next Friday. Thank you thank you for that. Thank you thank you for that. So yeah it's it's it's going I mean it's it was an interesting season as as you know. I always say that you and I live in the same house but you live in the house I live in the garage. You do the more fun stuff and maybe even slightly more legitimate but hey can help your marriage. A- sure you have plenty we do we do for sure for sure. So yeah that's good I. It's been a it's been. How many seasons so the show has been on the air for thirteen seasons? Which is insane I think about it? I have done a housecall with doing addiction. House spell rainy intervention on somebody half of them yes actually a lot I know and then the way reality works. is they carefully. Hide that when you deal with it or or offer later. Whenever it's part of the story are well? You had said it so eloquently the last time I was here which was The production of those shows and what the doctors are on their to-do are consistently running In opposite directions so I find that really stuck with me because I couldn't really figure out what exactly is it. That at times causes me to feel like incredibly uncomfortable uncomfortable. It's so uncomfortable. Yeah yeah because they are undermining. You're you're there because obviously you know people love to see conflict. Navy is boring boring boring to being healthy as boring so I feel healing you on that in a in a very real TV show scripted. Show unreal. I heard of it so I assigned Gary some viewing you. I'm assigning I knew. Just the first episode. You'll have to watch one episode and you'll get a feel for it right away. Yeah and you will be able to recognize many of your staff on that. They're actually actually people represented on the show from your staff heard. I heard that that is the case. It's very even though it's scripted. It's true it's very accurate. Exactly goes a little over the top but but the the basics of it are quite accurate. Yeah yeah so I I always remembered that are our goals are running an opposite direction action right and and you couldn't and that can be okay to appoint right you can just you gotta put certain lines in the sand for the production team and then you and then you on the other hand have to have faith in them that they know how to create things that people wanNA walk. It's across purposes. But but if you don't get is whatever you're trying into would you ever hope to get out get out anyway. So you have to figure out a way to navigate it where you can keep it safe. Do what you need to do them. I am not totally damage your patients and still get maybe they want and even now you bring up a good point about addiction. oftentimes we don't show that I know I. It's I find that fascinating that it's really a topic that people want to stay. Stay away from me come help you yes. I'll just be a Scottish swing swing by just or even do a little lecture about addiction or something and respond to that and then you can go deal with with them once they start spinning seeing them so down for that anything like that thrill. Dr Drew Happy to do it. By the way you can find Dr vs website. It talked to do the number two D. R. V. Doctor and then Dr Underscore V. Underscore tweet is the twitter handle. Is that a new twitter handle. No that's the same but I'm so so impressed with your ability to sail because I don't know people are like what are your interests. I have no clue. Wait cursor fucking awesome. Thanks man so. So what's what's ahead for you. What do you think we're thinking about well? I I love the fact that you're brainstorming coming on the show but what I WANNA do is with my book. The word ice okay. The one Gary was in New York City the Ninety Second Street y Yeah Presentation Yeah it was so let me tell you what would have happened. So Gary Listening. Thank you So what ends up happening is I asked drew to do me a solid and come and talk with me or interview me at the ninety. Second Second Street Y.. Thinking that like I had the main stage like this is Harper Collins were dealing with like a real publishing company so drew says. Oh Oh yes. Of course the Great God. It's going to be so amazing. I'm proud to sing. I'm like thinking about what I'm going to say I'm thinking about it throughout the the I just wanted to go so well I've lay all the way out to New York City drew. Thank God there. we get there and we are in I swear to God the tiniest little classroom and there were people packed. It is eight was a classroom. I got the early show children in that classroom. Four orange blossom things just restate drew from the bottom of my heart. I love you because you made me feel. You helped me feel so good. Good guardless was happening around us vet so I just I would just a weird. They stuck in that low road. Fuck it anyway. It was so beautiful. I remember you were talking to A woman in the front row started crying. It was so powerful so beautiful so So bad advice how to survive and thrive in Asia. Bullshit that I would love to make that into a TV show of all the bags almost could be a moving all the bachelor dykes script. That's true but it also could be almost like I don't know if anybody watches doctors anymore but a better doctors where like you're talking about all the better base you get but then you're like dozen apple a day really keep the doctor away. You know that kind of go through some of the stuff that you talked about a a lot of interesting stuff in an advice. Well now. We'll give all the way we'll give it always but so for example there's one chapter called. You can't love anyone until until you love yourself. What a crock? Shit like and people repeat this horn over and over and by the way I just want to point out why. I think it's important that we stop saying this kind of BS. Because look there was at one point where we thought the world was flat so we revolved our allies run a flat world. We thought bloodletting would help people we thought lobotomies were good. Exactly there's this idea that theories matter how we think and how our worldview is affected by theories matter so if you believe you can't love anyone until you love yourself it's going to affect affect how you see yourself and how you see other people. So the book sets out to scientifically and biologically inform warn. People are these statements true and if they're not true why are they not true and what is really the good advice to that so without giving too much away of the book a little more because there's so many great in there so another one. I don't talk about this one that much I'm I'm I'm I'm glad of the opportunity. Honesty is the best policy. Is We Li- Fifty two times a day so while it might be the best policy. It's not the real policy rain. It's not the honest policy and little little tiny polite light lies make the world go round. You know what I mean just like if I were to tell them. It's great or even like your grandmother. Who gives you that fuzzy sweater every Christmas? You know this is so ugly. I can't stand that like you would never do. That was courtesy. So there's there's a difference between these polite polite. Let's say I don't even like the word lies. I don't even like the word white lies but there's just there's something about helping the world go around the courtesy sort of Greece for the wheel rain and I talk in the book. How people love to hide behind being truthful? I mean it's the worst. I'm just being honest. No you're not it'll be because I'm on it. Yeah no that's actually not true. Just mean you know what I mean. So and that that distance is like oceans apart between being mean and being honest right So people hide behind that so so that's one of my. It's later in the a book but it's a chapter that added because I heard someone saying during.
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"That I have ever seen to where he had he had alternate game jerseys and pants and socks and t shirts and underwear and no every time the guys came back into the locker room they had had some dry to put on and they could get the get the water off of them and it was incredible I mean not only our own team but I mean there was the pre-game the pre-game was unbelievable to with the amount of VIP he's came came by and the development office which is bringing into the the equivalent room because you know somebody who didn't have the right rain jacket or something every carew Hazlitt was taking care of our players that he's spinning around and take era of the ultimate compliment I'll put compliment today here in the office was John faulk praising Gary has let the one of the greats of all time recognizing another another great John Fox that he said it's one of the most remarkable jobs he has ever seen in football and he said Gary just made it look easy and it was so seamless with with him in the staff and everything that they did it was it was it was amazing getting an endorsement from Winston Churchill it really is you're right a couple of stories as of When he was here we go with that came about twenty minutes yeah so we continue talking a little bit about the Michigan Notre Dame game because you talked about second third week early in the season you were looking for that second run act to go along with Zach charbonnet in the backfield and needless to say Hasan Haskins his come about the and one that job and he was absolutely terrific Zach the running game overall but almost a hundred ninety five yards combined between the two of them just terrific yeah really really good I mean Assad was running inside plays he ran trap he ran power or he ran outside zone inside zone and you know sometimes there was holes there and sometimes it looked like it was going to be attacked oh for a loss and he picked out two or three or four yards of the really good backs are the ones that can get more than what a plays block for the plays black for zero you know they they find a way to get to you know if it's black for two they get four if it's blocked for six they get fifteen you know it's and that's that Hassan Zakar both showing that kind of ability both freshman Asana redshirt freshman and and Zaka true freshman and also true Wilson you know you back to full health and he had a heck of a good ballgame to and Good to see Chris Turner who you know some of his wraps the Dow but he's you know he's done everything he can to get on special teams he's on kickoff now and he's he's trying to get I'm more special teams and and he really showed you know real flashes when he got into the ballgame late and so did and Ben Ben Summer in as well but you know those two backs of have really taken off and they're getting they're getting better and better and getting getting more and more of the of the Rapson and doing a heck of a job do one other thing you mentioned the running game tight ends in often in the running game and and then the blocking and there's there's two or three of them that you have to come in there and really put their nose on people the way the fullback you was to do and then Ben Mason sprinkle him in there a little bit I watched I watched watched him a little bit he gets locked on a guy I mean it is it is he aches him for a ride as as the other tight ends due to I think we'll get tremendous production out of that group Yeah Sean mccune has always been the guy that's you know really lead the way ah the blocker and set such a great example and Nick eubanks you know is really taken off as a blocker he's he's really made that an emphasis and he you know now you it's tough to tell the difference between Shaw mccune and Nicky banks when they're blocking Eric all when when he who knows who to block as violent as as good as as you could ever want and he's and he's more and more every single week really getting dialed and to who to block Luke Kuhn maker has has really ascended as a football player pass catcher and and as a blocker because you just got it you just gotTa do it in that Room Sharon Moore has done a done a great job of that a source of pride and blocking is is the name of the game and that will lead to the to the receptions and and and things of that nature so that's been terrific and he said you point out Ben Mason of course that's do we have a more favorite player on the team I don't think we do and then the the the not in defense every time he was in the game in the back there is forty two forty two's right there he's right there he was you know where he's going who is blocked ah you guys are doing a great job with him as you laid him up and he can where you come across the four may not always running direction the old days of the wall back salacious linebacker I know he is coming back we'll take your right to the ball it's not anymore blocking the defensive end on the other side he could be blocking the defense and to his I could be in in a certain himself in blocking any linebackers along the line of scrimmage and not just him I mean the other tight ends are doing that too I think that's really in have gotten better to the receiver blocking is is improved you know really steadily especially over the last two three weeks and they're they're sending that that that played a huge role in rushing for over three hundred yards in the game true Wilson's touchdown the Patterson answer or returning back to big ten plays guys out to Maryland this weekend early thoughts on heading down to play the types yes it's always a tough ball game every team we everything we play is he's really good and Big Rogaine force and we were completely dialed in now that this is the most and you know this is the biggest game on the schedule and put together great game plan and we preparation and practice will be key and we're GONNA have to we're going to have to play our best Daddy ought to tell the story I just thought of talking to somebody earlier the debt Perry with Perry would say about a game I mean they're good before they can they could blow us clear out of the stadium and we're good enough to blow them clear out of the stadium it's PRI- in reality it's going to be there you go all three ways locker five minutes before you on there you get your helmet on the sweats come down over your call it come on and Fellas fellas commodity close nice and towed I I've got this game figure it out I've watched a lot of picture he's didn't call it film Lotta pictures on this team and again I'm pretty well figured out this team is good enough all of us right off the film telling you good enough to or you know what we're good enough to blow them right off the field or this could be one a hell of a game and we're all thinking blow us out we've blew them out what else can happen screw that up I said all three ways by that's a reality that's I mean if we play as good as we're capable of and they don't play as good as they're capable of I mean you can and you could blow them out or they could play as good as they're capable we don't play as good as we're capable and they're they're good enough to blow us out or both teams as good as they're capable let's one heck of a game I need to apologize you said very very well one thing I love to hear my voice the listeners of course I screwed that up turps and we will of course talk more football next week so you've probably heard of shy Nola detroit-based design brand known for luxury timepieces maybe you go down main street name you see the Shinola store they have unbelievable watches coach and apparently they got an even brand new watch that matches everything in our wardrobe the Wolverine detroiter so the I call it the Wolverine it's Beautiful Watch it's it's got the the maze face and only watch where the the shy nola company has has been my favorite Tom Carsodo says honoree captain here for us multiple occasions agents and he's a he's a dear friend and he has done an amazing job with this company he's and he's an even better friend and I'm GONNA say that Tom Tom he always gives me a ten percent discount I bought all of our coaches Shinola watches Few years ago I bought your watch that was a while ago dead what it's time for you to get a new watch white herd in I will be by Jack Harper so maybe if you say if you mentioned Jim Harbaugh Sancha and you want to get to wolverine maybe they'll give you ten percent discount they might be that also maybe I have nothing to confirm that I'm GonNa go on record and say I'm not talk to Tom About this or or the end end but give it a shot but there should be rambling going on right now it is a beautiful time piece as you mentioned the May space with the blue detail at the numbers and the second marks it's got the blue watchband it is well built it hold up tailgates victory parties and based on everything we've heard it holds up through monsoons as well as we found out on Saturday from numerous 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They also do bikes bicycles so leather leather leather goods so it's just more than watch company top car sodas he originally made this company in Detroit and hire people that were out of work and it wasn't wasn't looking to to make money he just wanted to employ people make a great product and American product and have it right here in Detroit Michigan and they've done such great work such quality were work that this company is is one of the best run Tom Lewanda are WHO's a graduate assistant here when I was here is the the C O wonderful product is fantastic to watch that where and if and Jack Harbaugh in the future and eventually will also and that's what I'm counting on uh-huh and you can find out all the information about Nola at SHY NOLA DOT COM coming up next we're going.
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"And then ball still loose almost recovered then it gets to five and then you saw Arrow going through snow recover that that fumble there's another play in the boundary where opposite sideline he had really good coverage quarterback through it and he just knew he fast as a football player with with everything he's doing and go ahead data one of the things I thought was very very interested in the game we're I must admit I didn't stay in the weather I went up in the press box to get out of the weather I'm feel guilty about that uh-huh the pre-game the pre-game our team came out dressed differently than they know I don't think maybe in the old days back in the seventy as I don't know if we were shoulder pads became pre-game but talk about that a little bit and the pre-game and the way they came out to warm up well we we didn't come out in the uniforms and the pads we came out a somewhat repellent Rain repellent top that Gary Hazlet and and sunny got it's just with the idea of keeping them dry and then when they went back in the locker room they wouldn't be wet and cold for another twenty twenty five minutes before for they went out and keep the keep jerseys and the pads is as dry as possible and with that we are going to right a letter of accommodation to Gary Hazlet and his staff because it was one of the most remarkable equipment manager efforts that I have ever seen to where he had he had alternate game jerseys and pants and socks and t shirts and underwear and no.
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"The best in the business and any Sierra in his scrubs today because he just operated. Please welcome to the Lady Gag Doctor. Thank you. I can't believe you came to our show after I just want to like I'm going to start at get you a man number one both number one formal formal apology on what happened on Lady TV from Kelsey. Oh you mean when you're hitting on time's up kelty remember that don't feel oh bad because it happens to you all the time you notice. I don't notice like I just for me. It's all business but Tammy and the girls. We'll tell me like things happen but I don't really pay much now where you hot growing up. I know he's a professional but my question question is okay. Were you always this hot no question and here's why we uh-huh that I went to high school with Corey Hueco where he was a seven. no-one dated him in high school junior high. No one wants to go to prompt this guy he went on. He went to Dr Dr School. He became a chiropractor now look at his facebook with his wife and his family and I was like to go to medical school or whatever anyway I was like. You're hotter than I thought. You turned out great where you like that well. I think that they say the MD decreases. You're standing on the I wanted to ten scale like three points. I think that was the situation. Also you're just like too nice to Scott like the kind of Dorky like Nice awesome personality. She's calling your Smart Smart Dorky. I trust you to open up my face yeah. You're having a hot dish compliment. I'll take this thing no you don't look back to your diamond and think he could have been out popping bottles at the club. Is You too hung over to doc my face and that was not me but no I didn't have my first girlfriend till probably seventeen eighteen and it was and it it was sort of like somebody is settled for listening I could I could the guy couldn't get the girlfriend that I really wanted you know and that didn't can happen till late twenties. Now you could offer listen. We're going to talk about your work but I I just WanNa talk about your social media. So one of the things that like I love about you is that was also nauseating. is you're so talented. You're so good you're successful and then your family is so cute. I know you're like Oh. We're just tahoe making s'mores de my favorite thing to do is spend time with the kids and then we talk about this all the time. It's really hard to balance the work kids but excuse me I feel very fortunate that I realized sized some time ago. Maybe six years ago driving home from work. I realized how fast it's already gone so I feel very lucky that I've realized that like I'm not going to be someone who looks back when the kids are out to college like where did all go. I missed it all I. I may admit like I didn't pay attention to the first three or four years but there's my older kid was five and the younger one was three or something like that or two. I realized one day like holy crap this time and I made that decision at that time. I remember driving home going I'm going to I'm going to try every single day to do everything with them and I. I'm almost over the tie with like I don't want to miss anything. Even practices like I'll even we'll even shut down early just so I can go to a practice not even never mind the game because I realized I it'll be so sad to me when they're gone and if I've missed it all just want to kill myself it means you have an amazing wife because if you are my husband and I'd be like get back into that Jackson faces we I need their money. Why says the doctor to doctor kind of a doctor she so she's got to board certifications pediatrics and internal medicine but she hasn't practice those in probably twelve or fifteen years. She started doing cosmetic lasers in the office eleven or twelve years. She's become like a laser as our expert so most people have nurses doing lasers and things like that as but she's a board certified doctor doing them so so it's the highest level yeah yeah we just had a guest on that was talking about the magic of lasers. I'm a believer I I wasn't. I need a laser yeah. They're grabbing. I do myself so great. I mean for the right person. Yeah Yeah like yeah. I guess you know okay. Let's continue to talk about why apple while you're actually here Dr Diamond. How do you feel about the results of my face look awesome. I can't believe it's actually it's actually better than I expected a little chubby like Chubby but like a little bloated loaded right now because the fourth of July of an eating gluten but like when I really eat properly it snatches right out. It looks so good. Honestly it's better than I expected it to be. especially given the damage damage we were dealing with. This is done too many so I don know. I'll be honest now that is we're we're talking about on our part not the TV so I did. I I did the bow talks where they put the Botox on our thing to like pulling the beyond the and then I did the cool sculpting then I did the cable then I went to Dr Diamond. He was like nope say her neck was like six yeah. He's like you have the neck of six. It's definitely yeah definitely up exactly. Did you do yeah so we did. You remember I do remember is did the same exact procedure today on. Actually I do a lot of these years. I probably how long goes at two months that Christmas I mean since I've probably fifty of them. I mean eh do up it up but I remember years very well. Of course as she called the inappropriateness of her. You Know Debbie shorter laughing. She remembers partially also we filmed it for television which is like a little different than your yeah yeah and we do some of that but I just how could I forget you. Forget earlier. We did the minimally invasive necklace. This is an it's a very specialized necklace procedure that we have developed for this type of purpose. It's not something you can read about or Google because it's not assume no one will understand that means. It's not like looking up facelift or Shinhan plant or Ryan Plassey. This is my method of of tightening up the mess very minimally invasive way and so that's what we did and and and it actually worked out perfect for you yeah all I have is. I have two little scars by ears. See the one little little direly right we are looking to laser that at some point right so oh that was the minimally invasive but we also did facial sculpting as well they component and that was my signature method of contouring sculpting face and it's the and so we did that that is well and I. I forgot about that but that's what we do that too. I remember when you first came. I I came Dr Diamond said well. You know you'd be a great candidate for a Chin implant because because I have like a little bit of a receding Chin but we didn't have time. It was about to be award season yeah. I was like kind of scared to be honest. Now I would go full into it because I understand the importance of Chin but if you've never done anything to your Chin before you're like. I don't want to Chin Weird do you. Do you still do a lot of implants with the filler. Now I do a lot official sculpting. I do a Lotta Chin projection with facial sculpting and I do a lot with facial implants as well. It just depends on what somebody's goals. Motivations are for somebody who wants the best result. That's going to be permanent implant right. If for someone who's like I need to look good tonight or tomorrow then spatial sculpting right. I have a question so my grandmother had had a face lift your time it was considered pretty young like in her sixties but she had a whole theory on doing younger is. I what you should be doing because now now. I feel people are doing face-lifts young. They are people are the average age of a facelift patient. I'd say when I started in roughly two thousand the average age of face of patients. That's probably close to sixty. I would say now twenty years later. The average age is probably around fifty meaning a lot of people younger than that showcased so it's gone now probably ten years. The average with a lot of people are early forties. Mid Forties and people always ask me. What's the right age. I my answer is the right age to do. Do It is when you whatever your issue is bothers you enough. That's really affecting your self confidence desks right to do it and you made a comment that I don't do face lifts under forty sorry I actually have done a number of them as young as thirty for some big weight loss and some in their mid thirties so it just depends on the person but it's when you're issue bothers you if a face lift is the only appropriate fixed then then that's the time to do it when you're when you can't look in the mirror anymore without being aware of the issues that bother you so where to take someone's face off and put it back on. You know it's taken off like a man they do. They'll say do the muscles in the face. It depends what procedure we're doing got hard of a face of this lifting the skin up tightening muscles and the muscles. Sol's we've had them. Sometimes we cut them the analogy. I think that's most accurate is more visual but I'll show you and you can describe it or I'll try and describe grab it but it's kind of like if your sock is snug down like this and I'm wearing long socks. That's kind of like what an aging underlying muscle is and what we do. Is We just kind of do that. I'm snuggling it up now. That's what we do with the muscles so the muscle's kind of sit here we snug them up like that and there's oops and it will go to where it wants to to go and then you know you've got the right tension on it and that's what we do so we're sort of these high and then we tied up there. We'll cut off so whatever we need is different techniques for different. The people in different amounts to know that you can move muscles around yeah. I always thought of facelift stance. The skin is the old school method that's how IOS simple little old school method but the problem with that is they don't last as long and they can give some pretty unnatural..
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"It wouldn't entry. Dr I had two wooden. Dr replaced stormed are replace with a woman and. It's a east facing Dr. And my my problem is that it gets so hot that. I can't even touch the Dr. You know when the sun beats on it. And I wanna know if that's going to affect the inside wooden. Dr also has result and what my alternatives are. Boy, we spend an hour talking about doors. That's for sure, you know, some people try to go without a storm door, and it's fantastic in the summer. And then we hit winter, and they realized boys just that extra barrier against the wind really helps cut down on on draft on the door. What I would what I would suggest is come into our showroom today. And check check some different options out. What what what ends up? There's there's different doors that we have screens in different. Real easy to operate. Screening glass combinations inside the storm door. So if we're in the summer, you can always leave that that screen open, and that'll keep the keep it a little cooler between the storm door and the door and that'll actually. Be a little easier on the entry door, but you do with the storm door. You do get a vacuum in between the storm door and the entry door that can heat up. We have we have a couple of storm doors that are really easy operate there. You can actually there's a role screen inside the door. So you can lift the glass up a little bit and leave that ventilated. Give it a little ventilation and allow that air to to to clear out and cool off in between that you know that vacuum. Boy, I would say come in come in today to the showroom. We have we have like three storm doors that are four stormed those different types all on display. We can we can find a solution right there. There's a big deal today at citing limited and outdoor living in a living unlimited. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah..
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