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Soap Operas (MM #3924)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Soap Operas (MM #3924)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Back in the old days, soap operas were a big deal. Started on radio, went into television. When I was growing up, soap operas all over the TV Monday through Friday on ABC NBC and CBS. Nowadays, what are their three or four soap operas left? My wife has watched Days of Our Lives forever as long as I've known her. My mother watched another world. A few of my girlfriends watched young and the restless, which I watched back in the 80s for a short time. But the one thing I've noticed about soap operas over the years has never changed. Most of those people never have jobs. Now I realize general hospital, a lot of people worked at the hospital. In the young and the restless jabot cosmetics is where a lot of people worked. But on my wife's favorite show, Days of Our Lives, there are a lot of cops and a lot of people who work in restaurants, but for the most part, they're never working. They're always out in other people's business, doing other things, and having way too much time for their personal efforts. I realize soap operas aren't real. Right now they're worried about the devil coming back on Days of Our Lives. A doctor being invaded by the devil. What are they going to think of next? Oh, wait a minute. I think they did that 20 years ago.

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Soap Operas (MM #3924)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Soap Operas (MM #3924)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Back in the old days, soap operas were a big deal. Started on radio, went into television. When I was growing up, soap operas all over the TV Monday through Friday on ABC NBC and CBS. Nowadays, what are their three or four soap operas left? My wife has watched Days of Our Lives forever as long as I've known her. My mother watched another world. A few of my girlfriends watched young and the restless, which I watched back in the 80s for a short time. But the one thing I've noticed about soap operas over the years has never changed. Most of those people never have jobs. Now I realize general hospital, a lot of people worked at the hospital. In the young and the restless jabot cosmetics is where a lot of people worked. But on my wife's favorite show, Days of Our Lives, there are a lot of cops and a lot of people who work in restaurants, but for the most part, they're never working. They're always out in other people's business, doing other things, and having way too much time for their personal efforts. I realize soap operas aren't real. Right now they're worried about the devil coming back on Days of Our Lives. A doctor being invaded by the devil. What are they going to think of next? Oh, wait a minute. I think they did that 20 years ago.

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NIAID Still Funds EcoHealth Alliance With Taxpayer Dollars, Even After Receiving PPP Loans

Mark Levin

01:50 min | 4 months ago

NIAID Still Funds EcoHealth Alliance With Taxpayer Dollars, Even After Receiving PPP Loans

"Now. Here's this article by Natalie Winters. Today. Various National Institute of Health agencies, including Anthony Fauci is National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases have funded over 250 studies authored by researchers at institutions controlled by China's People's Liberation Army. The national pulse can excludes exclusively reveal. Excuse me. Now you'll remember the People's Liberation Army That's led by General Lee. Who's He? General Millie's buddy, right? We've learned that a couple of weeks ago And apparently, there's a former Trump officials saying none of this is pretty much the par for the course. And I'm going to get into that one in a moment. But going back to this following this unique investigation into the origins of scientists scientific research papers, the whopping level of collaboration with the Chinese military will further concerns in the United States at the political class has surrendered to the Communist Party in China. Wow. Last week, it emerged that the ranking general in the United States armed forces agreed to tip off China in advance of a U. S led attack. Now we heard about that and again, my wow somewhat. Incredulous, right? I mean, it wasn't fake. I really I find this hard to believe, even though I know what's happening right in front of my face because I'm so disappointed. That Americans are rolling over this way for Communists. The unearth studies from the National Institutes of Health Online database expand upon the people's Liberation already the P L. A to their ties with the Wuhan Institute of Virology, and this was unearthed by the national policy. Of 265 Studies identified by national Pulse. The Chinese military entity most frequently appearing on studies, funded by the NIH, is the Beijing based General Hospital, a subsidiary of the Army's joint logistic support. Force of the Central Military Commission. And again this is the

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"general hospital" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

Habits and Hustle

07:15 min | 5 months ago

"general hospital" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

"To keep an eye out full. Oh absolutely i know. I saw you talked about that one on somebody else's podcast about sugar and french fries and people don't earn aren't aware they don't know what they don't know right so they think they're like not being a no sugar diet in mcdonalds and having french fries and it's also diptych gluten which is a whole other funding things. Yeah so it's just. I mean so even gluten. No gluten is you say is also The the connected correlation between gluten anxiety is very very high. Exactly so we you know. I am kaplan how. I shouldn't send it goes back to what we spoke earlier. Because of the sort of fads people gone into these assumptions that speaking vegetarian even sometimes gluten. Free that it's healthy but actually a gluten free packaged processed. Food can have a ton of the wrong kinds of starches pointing so it may not have A you know putin is putting week but it could have tons of other high starch An hypoglycemic processed rows so to speak muggy with is really that it depends on what you tolerate would people living zaidi nubia slow in the nation a. Removing say they person who each just turn off storybook reds. That's something to think about. An sometimes slow. Elimination will show that been inside the hoops. But that doesn't mean you have to demonize gluten because there are also other sources that you can. You can each a mojo food based sources. The ones that. I'm most concerned about you know the kind of loaf of sliced brand that you buy that. If you left on vacation came back would be completely fine and you have to ask yourself. Why is it completely fine. Because it's fold with preservatives and added refined sugars in oils and stuff that that stabilizes all keep it that we've And those are knock week pumping all accounts. So what is it. What is it about gluten note that causes such anxiety. Like what is it like it. And i used to be told. You know if you're a lot. 'cause i wanna just kinda preface it with. I feel like a lot of times people to cut out gluten. Because they think it's going to be It'll help with weight loss or fat loss. And i would always say will unless you're a seal unless you have ceac disease you now you're able to eat it but they'll say that they'll say oh. No i'm i'm i'm luca or gluten. Intolerance you know they can eat it. If it's an overused thing he will just keep on santer intolerant just because they want to as a reason to lose weight to tunas maintenance of it gets making cruising the diet out there and i think that gruden is is not the perfect substance and part of that has to do with industrialization of wheat over time and the kind of that goes into the products that we That that made it goes back to the form. The form of the that it is and so. I think that people do need to be careful. Because newton can be destructive gotten sudden ways acceptable but again it goes back to the sauce. Yongqing i would say about it. Is people often have a misunderstanding. That if they start to products of abuse tree but then they go to the store by china package processed foods. And that doesn't help them so the statute actor and The the way in which you know when people give up this you often will lose just because of how the body and the thomason works. You might actually initially lose weight. The people don't always think it's real weight loss because there's a lot of water weight that's lost and then you still have to work on the the the shedding the pounds that you have so. It's a little bit misleading to people. Sometimes and that's just cutting back eating vegetables that that are pretty low in calorie. And having you know. I'm will will find a new died from beings not sincere legumes. And that i think just a healthy direction to go Even eating a super healthy green salad colors from rainbow. That's a filling meal that could have the different nutrients you need and it's just much better than going in direction of I have to be good and free. That's unclear over time going to help you show weight but also keep it off right long-term long-term what what what would you say would be the best foods for someone who has to really incorporate into their diet so we convert one of them which not zuma any bright aids. Jim seems like a superpower food superpowers interest for everything shop. A lot In different studies with vitamin d rich foods so having having Adding adding goes in and then there are things like there You know in medicine things. Like gonda that People don't usually eat it but it can mean different supplements that they find and there's also dark chocolate so dark chocolate extra dog about more than eighty percent with no added. Sugars Is actually a really good good one. Because it is the tree body food because of the way that it's a probiotic because of the way that's made and contained so tonen richard magnesium and all of those things will help anxiety so just sway of extra doc. Chocolate will be helpful. A lot of people and You know then. Things like reaching for each berries. My because of newbury's really do help with both the fiber polyphenols which are great regard. Great few rain antioxidant anti inflammatory. And then if you if you want you up through and including things like teas that evade relaxing lavender passion flower which can be made into a t- As well as kalemie. You know. I'd really helpful. Full things like things like stressing anxiety so then Wow this is great. So then how how with kids. I suck what kids is a mental health. Children is it also obviously uptick now with all the zooms that people were so isolated. We are we seeing more. Add in kids you believe in add. Do you think that's an actual thing. I know a lot of key. I think it's kind of just overused I i think there's a little bit of both. I think it's only diagnosed on. I think we need to be careful before we pull up description pronounce beijing children. But i do see a lot of and i have to think that it's also relating chocolate system over tyne.

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Bipolar Disorder: Depressed, Mentally Ill & Famous

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

02:23 min | 5 months ago

Bipolar Disorder: Depressed, Mentally Ill & Famous

"Bernard sizzles. Sonny corinthos gorgeous star. Abc's hit soap opera. General hospital in real life. The devoted family man has been married to his sweetheart paula for fourteen years and they live a quiet life in los angeles with their two daughters. But maurice's life isn't as picture-perfect as it seems every day behind the scenes. Maurice battles mental illness that once left him violent suicidal and at its worst locked inside a mental institution wondering if he'd ever get out so maurice's struggle with the demons of his bipolar disorder began in his early twenties just as he was beginning is acting career. I think the real start of it was I woke up in my friends apartment. And i was drinking and i was crying uncontrollably. I think i'm losing my mind. That was just beginning of the battle inside maurice bernard's brain at twenty two. He slipped into what he calls the dark side and turned violent against his mother. Kind of physical by the arm. When i looked at my dad. And i said that i was the devil and i was yelling at him. Scary it my mind was was racing undermines. Now it's kind of like being in a nightmare and not being able to wake up. They had to admit me. I went to a psychiatric hospital. I was strapped down in the wheelchair. Remember waking up in the sunlight was coming through. The window. Could barely hear. I died in manhattan. He was trapped in his own nightmare heavily medicated and restrained in solitary confinement in a mental institution. I remember having lots of and then ending in that state. You almost feel like it's always gonna to be that way. So why is life worth living. Maurice was diagnosed as manic depressive. What's happening inside of you. You almost feel like you. You wanna explode. You have so much emotion so much energy almost like drug. The high you get from it but for maurice. The manic highs are always followed by deep paralyzing depression. I had no confidence. You look in the mirror and you you still the same person but it doesn't matter. It's what's happening inside. It's just an enormous enormous amount of

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"general hospital" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

05:54 min | 5 months ago

"general hospital" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

"Today we're welcoming dr kirk gingrich. The president of ohio health marion general hospital into the marion public library community. Podcast studio. it's another episode of the marianao. Podcast dr gingrich. Thank you so much for taking some time today to talk to me. We're going to talk a little bit about the new comprehensive cancer center. That ohio health marion general hospital just announced so first of all. Welcome to the show. How are you today. Thank you for having me on the show today. And i am doing great very good. Well let's talk a little bit about the announcement that you guys may just a couple of weeks ago about the new comprehensive cancer center. That's coming to marry him. First of all tell everybody what it is and why you guys decided to do this. Yeah thanks for allowing me this opportunity. We are excited as we continue to look for ways to support marian marion county and the surrounding counties by adding The ohio health Cancer center This will be a consolidation of many services that we provide but allows provided in a more efficient in patient centered approach for those who choose to get their care here and we'll also be adding just a couple of services as well that people will no longer have to travel elsewhere to receive those services. See i think that's a huge plus is that you're allowing more and more things to happen here in marion and also we know that ohio help marion. General hospital is really becoming an has over the last few years becoming more of a regional hospital. People will come here from other smaller communities and then in and so there's more and more services being added Because of that too right. You're exactly right. Are two key points as we continue to build medical services here in marian art to keep care local so that the majority of that care can be kept right here in marian and also then to be a regional referral hub for those counties that have a smaller hospitals than what we have here so those individuals can stay local where they can but we. They have a resource nearby so they don't need to travel to larger cities to receive that care. I love that so you guys opened up the the the new edition this year. Now this will become part of that but then you'll also be adding more to tell us a little bit about how this transition is going to happen between now and twenty twenty two when it opens. Yeah so when we built the east building on the medical campus It had Sixty thousand square feet of patient care space the private rooms on the second and the third floor. The first floor has a lobby but also had about sixteen thousand square feet of shelf space as we were Continuing to work on what was most needed in our community and as we have done that work over the last couple of years identified this as a key opportunity for us so we will use that sixteen thousand square feet of shelf space to be built out on the first floor of the new east building and it will. House medical oncology so where the physician practices for patients who are receiving cancer. Care and go. They'll also have medical infusions so where people can receive that Chemotherapy and other treatments for can't their cancer. And then we'll also add eight thousand square feet to the south end of the building. And that will hold. The vault for radiation oncology For radiation therapy to be Given to those patients as well if they need that modality that is really really huge and Sutton such an exciting thing. Do you have an idea when when you think the center is going to open in twenty two or you just kinda have to wait and see how winter goes and things like that. Yeah if things go as planned Depending on the weather and and then the other issues as they look at the labor market and everything else we should be able to open up in october of twenty twenty two. Okay so talk. A little bit about i mean. Obviously people are very familiar with ohio health. They know marion general hospital. But you guys are actually a certified member of the md. Anderson cancer network. That i know people not only here in the country but across the world know about them and so talk a little bit your your relationship your your association with md anderson cancer network for so much more services thanks. The medical staff here for years have been very intentional about not just thinking that they're providing good care or just measuring themselves internally but being a part of key national accreditations for cancer services and so the medical staff has Received that american cancer society and american college of surgeons Accreditation and the affiliation with md anderson elevates that process Even more it allows our physicians and support teams to connect with the number one cancer program in the country Through clinical trials programs case conferences consultations And really allow individuals that come to ohio health marion general hospital and to the physicians in this community A chance to recognize that they are getting the highest level of cancer care that they can here in this community. I love it fantastic. Soft dr kirk gingrich. The president of marion general hospital through ohio health. And just some wonderful things going on out there dr gingrich and thank you guys so much for all of it. Thank you for your time today. They're going to open a comprehensive cancer center in more than likely and fall of twenty twenty two right on the campus at ohio health marion general hospital and once again doctor. Thank you so much for your time. I appreciate your stepping in on the show today. Thank you my pleasure. Have a great day..

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Climate Change Is Harming Peoples Health, ER Doctor Says

Climate Connections

01:11 min | 5 months ago

Climate Change Is Harming Peoples Health, ER Doctor Says

"Tell us it's an emergency medicine. Doctor at massachusetts general hospital in boston for her global warming is not some abstract future threat. I'm already seen ways in which climate change is contributing to health harms in my patients in boston today whether it's illness due to more extreme heat like an elderly man living in lower income housing without air conditioning suffering heatstroke or a young girl with repeated emergency department visits due to asthma attacks as climate change drives pollen to be higher global warming is also worsening wildfires which create smoke. That's harmful debris it's increasing the prevalence of tick and mosquito borne illnesses. And it's causing more extreme and dangerous storms. the consequences go beyond human suffering. Increased hospital admissions emergency department visits and long term treatment cost a lot of money they can fall on the individual can fall on the insurance company or the government or on the hospital system. So that means we're all bearing the burden in some way and this we have to work together to get to the root cause and reduce global

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Baton Rouge Hospital Says Nearly All Its ICU Patients Are Unvaccinated

Seattle's Morning News

00:53 sec | 6 months ago

Baton Rouge Hospital Says Nearly All Its ICU Patients Are Unvaccinated

"Cases are spiking among unvaccinated populations as CBS's Omar VILLAFRANCA reports inside the ICU at Baton Rouge General Hospital. Doctors and nurses are treating more covid patients than ever before. Almost all of them unvaccinated like 61 year old Douglas, Alan, you don't have this story after nearly a month in a hospital bed We asked Allen if he changed his mind about getting the shot. Probably 90%. Yes, I still have that little bit of what the heck is going on? That kind of doubt is all too common. Even for people like nurse Jordan Miller. I have family members that refused to get vaccinated. I tell them that we're building new ice use every day and that we've gone from 24 beds. Almost 100. We have people in their twenties and thirties who are dying, and I have yet to convince Some of my family members. I'm

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The Climate Crisis Is a Public Health Crisis

Short Wave

01:34 min | 7 months ago

The Climate Crisis Is a Public Health Crisis

"Today i want to introduce you to rennie solace. She's an emergency medicine physician at massachusetts general hospital and harvard medical school. There was a patient i saw. Who was a young girl who came in with an asthma attack and it was her third one that week and her mom was just beside herself. Trying to figure out how to protect her daughter for dr solace treating. This girl meant seeing the problem through a lens that might surprise you. Climate change during the initial discussions. I hadn't really realized that pollen levels were higher because of climate change. And that's something that we've covered here on short. Before the more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere the more pollen that's produced towards the end of the visit. I recognize that. And we talk through that. And i think by me making that diagnosis of recognizing that higher pollen levels were contributing to why her daughter wasn't able to keep her disease under control allowed us to develop a treatment plan directed at that. And what did that look like. Well dr solace talked to the girl's mother about checking pollen levels online or through an app to decide with her daughter should go and play outside or whether to install an air filtration system in order to keep calling outside of the home or to make sure that the home is optimally. Weather is d- and i think also recognizing the desert treatments and so we as doctors need to think about prescribing these for our patients because not everyone can afford them and so we have to make sure that everyone has these because this is how we protect health in the era of climate

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'General Hospital' Actress Risa Dorken Reflects on Her Theatre Beginnings

Before the Break

01:12 min | 8 months ago

'General Hospital' Actress Risa Dorken Reflects on Her Theatre Beginnings

"How was it being in minnesota with high school with the community theatres. That did you have anything going on where you were or did you have to just bust out of there. Go go where the work was. Yeah i grew up in the theater. Community in apple's I started doing professional theater around sixth grade so k. Well we've said twenty-six okay that's awesome. Yeah so i started doing singing and dancing and theater around sixth grade Got involved her house in eighth grade butter. I it's fine. that's amazing. okay. I involved at the children's theater of minneapolis and actually i did a production there. Which was why. I ended up. I ended up being so involved in theater in minnesota that i had to go to five years of high school because school so i was very heavily owner community and to your to your teachers. You should've said you know what. Just be happy that i'm finishing this thing. I could be long gun.

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Interview With General Hospital's Risa Dorken

Before the Break

02:15 min | 8 months ago

Interview With General Hospital's Risa Dorken

"Hey hey guys. Thanks for having me. Welcome heartbeat abi here. Happy to chat how in the world. I'm in los angeles in studio city. Oh great i'm a couple miles away from you lovely. I'll shut out the window. Say hi see if you can hear him. Well welcome to the show. Thank you so much for being here. You've been are doc on docket for for a while. So we've been very excited to chat with you. How you doing ball wall and you've been in la this whole time. Where have you been. What's been the last year for you. Yes state in l. a. I debated going home home as minnesota. But i stayed put in l. a. and i was glad i waited it out. Ok midwest gal. I'm from indiana of family up in minnesota. My brother works up there. Wisconsin iowa that whole area love. It was it growing up in minnesota was great. I loved minnesota. it was hard for. I eventually moved to new york so that was a juxtaposition. But i love minnesota and the town girl. I bet it was a quite a culture shock when you moved to new york from minnesota but wings. We're kinda happening. Where were you started to think like okay. This is something that i wanna do. How was it being in minnesota with high school with the community theatres. That did you have anything going on where you were or did you have to just bust out of there. Go go where the work was. Yeah i grew up in the theater. Community in apple's I started doing professional theater around sixth grade so k. Well we've said twenty-six okay that's awesome. Yeah so i started doing singing and dancing and theater around sixth grade Got involved her house in eighth grade butter. I it's fine. that's amazing. okay. I involved at the children's theater of minneapolis and actually i did a production there. Which was why. I ended up. I ended up being so involved in theater in minnesota that i had to go to five years of high school

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Big Tech and Right to Repair Laws

Waveform: The MKBHD Podcast

01:57 min | 8 months ago

Big Tech and Right to Repair Laws

"Do we even start. I don't know how to start this. I ate the okay. I i want to bring something that like. Got me thinking about right to repair in the first place and then had me coming out and asking you. Are we ever going to do that right to repair video. And it was actually related to the boosted episodes. So if you guys haven't like heard the episode yet you should listen to it I did some follow up interviews after the boosted episode. And there these kids go to this college and they're trying to keep boosted boards working us. Oh i'm david and i am the founder of exeter general hospital and i fixed boards and they have these They basically called a boosted hospital where they have people that send in their boards and they fix them and they've worked with manufacturers in china to get these parts. They only made for boosted the company in. They're trying to keep them alive. And it turns out. They are really big right to repair. advocates imaginable. Brought up to me. I was like you know marquez. Did mention he wanted to do right to repair video Maybe this could kinda turn into something. So that's kind of what really got the wheels turning right so if you haven't seen first of all the boosted episode is great. It's a whole expiration of like the rise and fall of boosted boards. And how that. I mean had really high apex in a really low trough at the bottom. But it's a really good like overall story to follow but for me right repairs interesting. Because the more i looked into it especially for the day that we ended up making the more i ended up being on the side of like it seems really really difficult for for like any one final conclusion to work because there are two forces that are going to always be working against each other which is tech getting more and more well integrated and better and harder and harder to repair and then people wanting to be able to repair that stuff

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"general hospital" Discussed on Hollywood Real

Hollywood Real

02:10 min | 10 months ago

"general hospital" Discussed on Hollywood Real

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"general hospital" Discussed on Hollywood Real

Hollywood Real

07:43 min | 10 months ago

"general hospital" Discussed on Hollywood Real

"I. I guess i would say that that that qualitatively dot kind of change you talking about starts with the self because if we don't possess or we don't learn to cultivate the ability to be more kind or patient more compassionate more empathetic more loving more accepting of ourselves makes it a lot harder to other people and to me. That's really what we're talking about here. The the kind of changed that that we're talking about is it. It has to be driven by shirt. Sure there's there's the elements of policy and governance good iowa. I'm a firm believer that the outer is only a manifestation of the inner. So what are politics look like. Governance looks like what would what what our systems look like. Our reflect are a collective reflection of what we as people look like on the inside. And so i think it starts. It starts here it starts within and and those those qualities are necessary the qualities of love compassion kindness empathy understanding we got. We got to start giving ourselves more that so we can give other people more that. What other things really. That's that stands out about us. At that i really admire is the maybe because in this way we are alike thinking the same is. Is that when it comes to the problems of the issues. You had said you your for unity. Not i'm not against something right. I think it was mother teresa. I think Has a quote something. I'm i'm going to butcher it. But something along the lines of home and i'm really going to butcher. But but it's basically she's saying. I'm not gonna go to an anti war protest but i'll go to a pro-peace rally and i think it's so powerful because it's it's real easy to get caught up. Caught up in in in putting our energy focus attention on mean against something as opposed to being for something being for the solution to that problem right. And i i i i didn't that was. That was something. So i went to a master's program in spiritual psychology between two thousand nine in two thousand eleven and that was something that i'd never been exposed to that to that idea before until that program. That was something that was talked about. A lot is the difference. Between in the language of and therefore language languages powerful words powerful so the difference in the language of being against something versus being something completely different paradigms in to reframe and. I wish that that was something that was more talked about in the geist though of culture. Because i think it's really important. We're talking about it now. we're talking about now. That's put it out there. Yeah yeah lead. This gets ten million views. Yes yeah no. I totally agree. And and i i had heard that mother teresa quote before and i don't know exactly how it goes. You know like you. I'm not interested in attending a rally against something. I'm but i am for change for example. Yeah my my t. One of my teachers in that program would make the example of in. It's funny it was funny to hear him. Say he would say. I don't go to a restaurant and look at the menu and go home. I hate chicken parmesan. Why is that on the menu. I hate tuna tartar. He's i don't. I don't go down the list of the menu and sale the things that i hate him against and get mad because they're on the menu. No i look for the thing that i like and i ordered that and i get that. I put my attention on what i want in order to. I'm grateful that it's there. And i think that's that's a bit of a of an overly simplified view of it but it's it's it's it's a funny sort of lighthearted take on it. Yeah well it makes the point. Yeah well on on a lighter note. Let's talk about film and tv and music a lot of people. Don't they know us an actor but not as a musician. What is it about music that has kept drawing you back to it. I love music. I don't know why it why it's my first love. I mean i could analyze but the fact is is that it's the first thing i think that i was drawn to as a child that they really animated me and in and maybe feel alive and excited and inspired and It's you know when. I was five years old or something i was we. I grew up in the country on a farm back. Then there wasn't satellite tv. At least where i live. We had four stations and an antenna on the roof. And so i didn't know but my you. My parents listen to music. My dad was into like gospel. type stuff. My mom was into oldies and roy. Orbison and i'm actually a huge roy orbison fan because of my mom. But we didn't have mtv or anything so my. I the music that i was exposed to via my parents i think will then at a certain age when when my grandparents started looking after me. Sometimes they they lived in town and they had in tv. And i would just veg out in front of mtv for hours hours. i was. I was completely entranced by the music and music videos. And i don't you know i it. Just you became a really prominent part of my life. And then when i got a little older and got into sports academics i. I still play music. I was in jazz band marching band. Pep band in junior high and high school and i was in marching band pep band when i was re my brief stint in college so it's always been there but but at a certain point it's sort of took a sort of took a little bit of a back seat and became more hobby and then sh got into some acting classes at school and did a play and and i think the difference for me between music and acting was that i and i win. Scouting event met some people who Took an interest in in me as an actor. So when i moved to la. I i had sort of a had a foundation at us at a soft landing. I didn't just come here. You know trying to figure everything out on my own. And so i think that's why i was drawn to acting professionally because i'd some people who believed in me enough even though even though they said remember my first manager said to me because we are not very good. But i think you can be taught. And i wasn't. He was right. But i got in class and worked and worked at it but but the point being is that i had i had some people who believed in me and who gave me a structure to step into moved to la and.

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Ryan Carnes of General Hospital and Desperate Housewives on Embracing Unity

Hollywood Real

02:10 min | 10 months ago

Ryan Carnes of General Hospital and Desperate Housewives on Embracing Unity

"Brother awesome to have you man. Thanks awesome beer. What are you working on these days. Well these days. I mean one of the one of the big things that i'm working on is Is the change organization with their man. Amelio natta during during the extended lockdown I've been working a lot of music. spend a lot of time on my drum kitten and there's an artist is based on the east coast. I work with name vanessa. Silberman and i started out as vanessa's drummer. And as time's gone on our working relationship is evolved the bid and At this point you know where we're kind of I wouldn't say we are writing a song together. The will release next year. But in general vanessa will come up with the bones of a song. She'll send it to me. I'll give notes little. Maybe some arrangement directions or ideas and sonic ideas. And and then we just we just bounce it back and forth man electrically and then when we get close to the end of the completed song will will hop on a a zoom call and hammer out the details and that's been has been a really rewarding process and and kind of a saving grace to this time when when no my acting work in the entertainment industry has definitely been affected. I've been fortunate to still work on but but not it's it's It's this year's been definitely a little bit different than most other year so Lot of music. And then we're going on some some solo projects as well on the relate to You know a message that it's important to me to get out into the world. And i can't say much more about that right now So maybe we'll have another conversation again sometime and i'll tell you all about that and and Then just working on some some some solo creative projects got a couple of partners on a couple of other projects. So there's a there are a lot of things that are in just stationed right now and that are that are in the beginning stages of formulation in. I'm really excited about. It was all coming together and come into fruition in the months and years to come.

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"general hospital" Discussed on Hollywood Real

Hollywood Real

02:10 min | 10 months ago

"general hospital" Discussed on Hollywood Real

"Brother awesome to have you man. Thanks awesome beer. What are you working on these days. Well these days. I mean one of the one of the big things that i'm working on is Is the change organization with their man. Amelio natta during during the extended lockdown I've been working a lot of music. spend a lot of time on my drum kitten and there's an artist is based on the east coast. I work with name vanessa. Silberman and i started out as vanessa's drummer. And as time's gone on our working relationship is evolved the bid and At this point you know where we're kind of I wouldn't say we are writing a song together. The will release next year. But in general vanessa will come up with the bones of a song. She'll send it to me. I'll give notes little. Maybe some arrangement directions or ideas and sonic ideas. And and then we just we just bounce it back and forth man electrically and then when we get close to the end of the completed song will will hop on a a zoom call and hammer out the details and that's been has been a really rewarding process and and kind of a saving grace to this time when when no my acting work in the entertainment industry has definitely been affected. I've been fortunate to still work on but but not it's it's It's this year's been definitely a little bit different than most other year so Lot of music. And then we're going on some some solo projects as well on the relate to You know a message that it's important to me to get out into the world. And i can't say much more about that right now So maybe we'll have another conversation again sometime and i'll tell you all about that and and Then just working on some some some solo creative projects got a couple of partners on a couple of other projects. So there's a there are a lot of things that are in just stationed right now and that are that are in the beginning stages of formulation in. I'm really excited about. It was all coming together and come into fruition in the months and years to come.

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"general hospital" Discussed on Hollywood Real

Hollywood Real

06:18 min | 10 months ago

"general hospital" Discussed on Hollywood Real

"Gotta be and i don't and i and i when i say an allowance for i'm not i'm not advocating for a lack of responsibility or accountability though those are different things an allowance for just meaning that that. We're all trying to figure this out at the same time or each individually to figure our individual selves out. We're trying to figure out our families are in you know. And and on and on and on we're trying to figure out those concentric circles of our relationship throughout our lives. And i i guess. I would say that that that qualitatively that kind of change you talking about starts with the self because if we don't possessor we don't learn to cultivate the ability to be more kind. Were patient more compassionate. More empathetic more loving more accepting of ourselves makes it a lot harder to do it for the people and to me. That's really what we're talking about here. The kind of changed that we're talking about is it has to be driven by sure. Sure there's the there's the elements of policy and governance. But i i'm a firm believer that the outer is only a manifestation of the inner. So what are politics look like. What are governance. Looks like what what what what our systems look are are a reflection are a collective reflection of what we as a people look like on the inside and so i think it it starts it starts here it starts within and and those those qualities are necessary the qualities of love compassion kindness empathy understanding. We've got we've got to start giving ourselves more that so we can give other people more that. What are the things that stands out about you. That that i really admire is the maybe because in this way we are alike thing. Think the same is. Is that when it comes to the problems of the issues in this world you would said you your for unity. Not i'm not against something right. I think it was mother teresa. I think has a quote something. I'm going to butcher it but something along the lines of i'm really gonna butcher. But but it's basically she's saying. I'm not gonna go to an anti war protest but i'll go to a pro-peace rally and i think it's so powerful because it's it's really easy to get caught up. Caught up in in putting our energy focus and attention on screen against something as opposed to being for something being for the solution to that problem. Right man i. I i didn't. That was something that i. I went to a master's program in spiritual psychology between two thousand nine and two thousand eleven and that was something that i'd never been exposed to that to that idea before until that program. That was something that was talked about. A lot is is the the difference between in the language of and therefore language is powerful. Words are powerful so the difference in the language of being against something versus being four. Something completely different paradigms To reframe and i wish that that was something that was more talked about in design geist a culture because i think it's really important. We're talking about it now. We're talking about a now. that's all put it out there. Yeah yeah this gets ten million views. Yes yeah no. I totally agree. And and i had heard that mother teresa quote of before and i don't know exactly how it goes but it will like you. I'm not interested in attending a rally against something. I'm but i am for change for example My mitee one of my teachers in that program would make the example of in. It's funny in was funny to hear him. Say he would say. I don't go to a restaurant and look at the menu and go. I hate chicken parmesan. Why is that on the menu. I hate tuna tar tar. He's i don't. I don't go down the list of the menu and sailed the things that i hate him against and get mad because they're on the menu. No i look for the thing that i like and i order that and that i put my attention on what i want in order. That and i'm grateful that it's there and i think it's a bit of a of an overly simplified view of it but it's it's it's a it's a funny sort of lighthearted take on it. Yeah well it makes the point. Yeah well on a on a lighter note. Let's talk about film and tv and music a lot of people. Don't they know us an actor but not as the musician what is it about music. That has kept drawing you back to it. I love Music and i. I don't know why why it's my first love analyze that but but the fact is is that it's the first thing i think that i was drawn to a child that they really animated me and made me feel alive and excited and inspired and It's you know when. I was five years old or something i was we. I grew up in the country on a farm back. Then there wasn't satellite tv. At least where. I where i live. We you know we. We had four stations and an antenna on the roof. And so i. I didn't know but my you know my parents listen to music. My was into like gospel. Type stuff was into old. These and roy orbison and i'm actually a huge roy orbison fan because of my mom but we didn't have mtv or anything so The music that i was exposed to.

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"general hospital" Discussed on Hollywood Real

Hollywood Real

07:40 min | 10 months ago

"general hospital" Discussed on Hollywood Real

"Been victims of this. And there's no way. Without proper psychological supervision and guidance and proper rehabilitation in an appropriate structure within which to rehabilitate that they would ever survive in the real world it. It's impossible they don't have the skills they've been stripped of any sense of of personal identity any sense of personal confidence or empowerment they only know one world and one thing and so Operation underground rescue is. I mean as far as i can tell us doing an extraordinary job in in helping and in in affecting change in a really positive way yeah. That's that's wonderful. When you say they go in there and they rescue them. It occurs to me that you know you're talking about a crime syndicate like that. It's much like the drug trade so can't easy to go in there and just walk in there and go. Hey i want these kids back up to bring a small army in there to actually rescue these people's that the way it is well you know i don't. I don't know the intricate details of of of how there's operations go and i would i would surmise. That they probably are probably different in in certain ways. But i but i know that It's not easy and i know that there. There's an element of you know. They they have to. They have to do very dangerous work. They have to affiliate with very dangerous people who wanna protect what they feel is rightfully theirs. Which is a human life in this case and the reality is that it's not theirs but they think that it is and so you know they they they partner with law enforcement agencies. So there's you know there are people who are highly trained professionals who are involved in in these sting operations and and then also on on the rehabilitation and who are highly trained professionals who who know how to caretake for people who've who've lived through these experiences know that's that is terrific is human trafficking a problem. That's always been there at at this level or we just getting more awareness and were light to the problem. That's a great question And i don't. I don't know that i'm necessarily qualified to answer that. In in its totality. I would i would say is that In in terms of how long it's been a problem has always been a problem. I mean you know. Slavery was a problem a long time ago. And this is another form of slavery. So i would say you know just looking at it in that. Respect that yes. Slavery has been a problem for a long time. And what i know about early civilizations and slavery was a problem. Then so i guess in that respect absolutely I think with respect to specifically human trafficking sex trafficking. It's something that that is a far bigger issue than than many people realize. I think i think that's for a couple of reasons. I think that one. It's not something for for whatever reason that Our media tends to cover in a big way too. I think there's a level of cognitive dissonance. I think a lot of people in in in their minds and in their consciousness. They can't fathom the truth of what's going on to fellow humans in some circles. And when i say some i mean literally in every in every state in our country all of the world. it's it's a massive problem with with sprawling tentacles. And i think people i think people can't imagine i think people don't want to imagine it. I think it's easier to to to in probably in many cases to look the other way. Because i think i mean i think on a personal level man. That's a lot. That's a lot to to look at into recognize to take on it into into feel right. And then i think on on another level and kind of a metaphysical level as humans we. It's hard to look at the things that we don't like about ourselves by like the shadow parts of ourselves. It's it's hard to look at that stuff. And i think on a collective level it's hard for our collective human psyche to wanna look at a massive collective problem like that because it's indicative of who we are right. We as humans have contributed to that we have allowed that in the consciousness of our society of our world so on some level even if it's not conscious subconsciously we know that we're responsible for for co creating this this situation collectively so i think i think those things contribute to to the fact that up until now and it's certainly becoming a much more talked about issue rightfully so but up until now. I think that's one of the reasons that that it hasn't been so talked about because it's hard to look at. How would you say you're able to use your audience for your level of celebrity to help this issue. I'd try to to communicate with with whatever audience or or following of people that that wanna know. What what i'm doing wanna know what i'm up to. I just tried to communicate to them When when i can. When i feel it's appropriate things that they're important to me things that i feel it necessary to take a stand for in my life in hopes that they'll understand why i'm doing it and maybe get excited about doing the same thing. There's another charity that you touched on the change foundation. What is it about dead organization that particularly calls you. What i think. There's a number of things that they call me about the change organization First of all the leadership involved. Emilio is great guy and and i had the pleasure to meet him a number months ago and I i liked him. I felt resonance with him and what he wanted to do. And and You know to. It's there's there's a heavy involvement of music related to the project and as a musician and as and as a music lover myself mean. That certainly certainly had its appeal. And and Three i think you know in conversations that i've had with emilio my understanding minds reputation of of what he wants to do. What the change organization stands for and and and endeavoring to do is is is to unite period. Sure there's some other things but to me. That's the core of it. It's about unity. It's about coming together. No matter skin color race ethnicity religion sexual orientation gender identification doesn't matter and that's that's ultimately how i look at the world and i and i know that that's easy for me to say but that's my view on it. I i get really get really frustrated with with the constant sewing of division in the world and in our society by by the media by politicians. You know it's.

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Boston bicyclist struck by vehicle, killed on Route 40 in Westford

WBZ Morning News

00:24 sec | 10 months ago

Boston bicyclist struck by vehicle, killed on Route 40 in Westford

"Afternoon. This is around 5 30 in the area of North Street. The driver of the Cadillac was headed west found when he's alleged to have struck a 62 year old man riding a bike and man then died and Little General Hospital. The driver of the Cadillac did remain on the scene. No charges have been filed and the victim's name has not been released. Suspect is under arrest, accused in the shooting of a postal truck several times in Dorchester

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Pregnant Women Show Strong Immune Response to COVID-19 Vaccine

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:33 sec | 10 months ago

Pregnant Women Show Strong Immune Response to COVID-19 Vaccine

"New research is showing pregnant women and new mothers who breastfeed have strong immune response to Corona virus vaccines and can transfer that immunity to their babies. Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston found women who were vaccinated had much higher. Anybody levels then were induced by natural infection during pregnancy. Research also found that vaccine generated antibodies were present in all umbilical cord blood and the breast milk showing that the anybody's were passed from mothers to their infants. The study was published Thursday in the American Journal of Obstetrics and

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Banksy painting raises $23 million for UK health charities

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 10 months ago

Banksy painting raises $23 million for UK health charities

"A Banksy painting honoring Britain's health workers in the pandemic the soul full of a cold twenty three point two million dollars Oceania Christie's says the proceeds from the sale will be used to fund health organizations and charities across Britain the work by the mysterious street artist Banksy titled game changer first appeared on the wall at Southampton General Hospital in may the black and white picture depicts a young boy sitting on the floor playing with another super hero toy as Batman and spider man toy figures lie in a wastepaper basket next to him Banksy had left a note thanking the hospital Christie's says the reproduction of the picture will stay at the hospital the patients visitors and staff Charles the last month London

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"general hospital" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

07:53 min | 11 months ago

"general hospital" Discussed on Cardionerds

"As well which is a super interesting advancement so our patient was also found to have a ninety percent proximal. Led stenosis on coronary angiogram. So correct surgery was consulted and she was eventually taken to the operating room for a single vessel cabbage repair of ast and baffling of the right superior. Pulmonary vein. To the left atrium. The surgery was successful and ultimately this was an awesome diagnosis made through multiple imaging. Modalities at complex humid ananta calculations highlighting white is so cool to be a true cardio nerd. Her outcome post-surgery is still to be determined but she's post op and doing well and so we're excited to see how she does. Allow danny and alex. This is such a phenomenal discussion. And this is an area that i'm still learning about myself and i've taken so much away from the way you broke down this case and stepped up from the basics to pre advanced level. So thank you so much for bringing us this case and so gladys patient under your care wrapping up this case there's so many nuances and facets to take away but alex what was your main takeaway from taking care of this patient. One of the main takeaways. I had from underprivileged to take care of. This patient was really something i think. Koran hit on really nicely earlier was that it's something doesn't fit to really continue to evaluate in think about prior diagnoses. As i think if we had sort of ascribed her presentation to another heart failure. Exacerbated you're sort of more quote run of the mill have path. We never would have found this. Asd and i think that's really important to sort of just take forward with all of our patients just continue evaluating if something doesn't fit in your intuition is telling you it's something different to really pay attention to that so i've definitely taken that into my practice for this year. Alex danny we learned so much from the to view. And of course the patient in this case in the amazing care provided there in boston is also a really special case for us in that. This is the first time we've really had a cardiac nurse case report across institutions with danielle j.j. Alex bu and both of your cardiology fellows both in training both have gone through this whole process of becoming cardiologists together. Grown alive together not. I don't know if you could just briefly touch on that the aspects of becoming cardiologists while growing up together basically field. Thanks garon. it's it's a total privileged to be able to participate in medical education and to kind of grow up as you say in such an exciting field but it's also even more special to do it with your life partner and to do it with somebody who's just as passionate about all of this is as you are. Alex and i we met in college. And we have basically been studying together for the last decade or so and so it's kind of become natural to just run cases by each other to talk about exciting newspapers to talk about the struggles of learning medicine. Both from a sheer kind of just the amount of information we have to learn and the day to day struggles of kind of difficult patients situations difficult difficulties that we've had to come across and work through together be. It's learning new procedures learning techniques. But it's also kind of it's. It's given me a lot of excitement to be able to share joy in my personal life and my professional life with somebody doing the exact same thing as me and so we have very interesting dinner conversations about the new guidelines but we also can put work side and have fun and do other things together to that was just a joke. We really don't talk about the guidelines at jenner. Yeah i totally agree. I think it is. It's been really fun to go from. Studying sort of muscle bio up to. I'll admit sometimes we talk about the guidelines at dinner. And i think it is a as much as it's fun to sort of talk about the nitty gritty of medicine. I think the best part is really just having someone on hard as to sort of be like. I missed that. You're that into to have someone to sort of who knows what's going on at work and you can really kinda talk to those those times. He had danny alex. Thank you for sharing. I for one would love to join in on a papillas dinner table conversation one day but the something so nice about being able to share in these conversations commiserate with one another and enjoy each other's success is when you both in the same field but the path can also be a little challenging right. My my wife is a nikki fellow as your current wife is also and we also met my wife. And i not current and i also met beckon undergrad and you pass several pressures together right in your life like going from college to medical school medical school to residency residency to fellowship than eventually hopefully to get a job in trying to stay together can be struggling so for medical school. My wife and i were cross country. I was in san diego ensures in philadelphia Thankfully we were able to couples match for residency and moved to baltimore together. And now in cleveland together but i just remember in filling out our couples match rank order list the night before it was due it. It bloop from i think it was like fifteen combinations to literally hundred and five because we were just so anxious about the one being able to stay close to one another as we're thinking about having a family the also trying to avoid just not matching but what what were those transitions like for you guys. Very similarly Went to medical school at different places at chicago and then nashville. So i definitely sort of share in that pre couples match anxiety about wanting to be able to do residency in this in place and thinking about also starting a family and so i think that they were also similarly difficult though. I think we were lucky looking back especially now. We have two separate sets of friends that we get to bring together and so try to find the good those struggles. Yeah i learned a lot of skills by having to navigate building a relationship across different cities and also sometimes we would be visiting each other in the different city and just have to study for exams together. And that was the way that we spend time together but it was awesome as alex said to build two groups of friends learn to different cities now in the same place learning the same material but we have such a broader group of friends and people we can kind of share this with because we've been at different institutions met so many great people. We have great mentors that that all know each other and interact with each other so having to i think physicians in the family whether we're in the same field or different fields. I think your network just grows and your support system grows and it's been really i think data day sometimes there's a struggle but overall i wouldn't change anything and i'm super super happy and i think there's definitely light at the end of the tunnel and and we're we're driving this. I guess magic school bus through life together. I think i'm usually ends an episode. With what makes your heart flutter just listening to the two of you has made my heart flutter the the of you are the epitome of education of excellence clinically but more importantly just fantastic people that have Really bright in this field. And i'm looking forward to from the two of you as we move forward so that i'm stealing that that's my flutter moment for the sap assad listening to the two of them. could've said beautifully myself. I love essentially. What you're saying is is while there have been challenges along the way the the different experiences you both bring to the table makes both a few stronger. We got a glimpse of today. So thank you so much for teaching us about science. Vanessa's ast and just threatening our day. Thank.

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'Weight isn't always within your control': Why some states are prioritizing obesity patients for the COVID-19 vaccine

WGN Programming

03:18 min | 11 months ago

'Weight isn't always within your control': Why some states are prioritizing obesity patients for the COVID-19 vaccine

"State leaders make their own decisions on wind groups or eligible, but many people are not happy about obesity being considered a risk factor that should get early dibs at the vaccine joins us now to talk about this Dr Fatima Cody Stanford, She's an assistant professor of medicine in Massachusetts General Hospital. She's also in obesity, medicine, physician and adults, Adolescence and Children and MGH Wait center. Thanks for joining us tonight, Doctor. Thank you for having me. I guess the first question becomes one of the risk factors for those who are overweight when we're talking about Cove it so it's important for us to recognize that obesity is an actual disease, and I think one of the things that people don't realize is that it's the disease is not just how you look. It's actual, a disease process characterized by a high degree of inflammation. And so when we have that high degree of chronic inflammation associated with obesity, the disease it doesn't play well with the acute inflammation of covert 19. As such patients that have the disease of obesity do have a risk of dying. That's much higher, sometimes 3 to 4 times the likelihood of those that are leaner and wait. So it's important for us to recognize that this is important. We need persons with obesity to be vaccinated. We want them to live. We want them not to need ICU care and be on the ventilator. And that's why I think that this really is a prudent and a really important step for those that have the disease of obesity. Doctor. I want to read a quote from the chairwoman of the Obesity Action Co Elite coalition, who was featured in the USA Today article, she said, Wait isn't always within your control. With that in mind, and what we know about the risk of obesity and Kobe complications is the right move to get obese Americans in this next phase of the vaccine. One thing I'm gonna change I don't want to call people will be so this is a label. Obesity is a disease. And so that language can be highly stigmatizing for my patients that actually have this disease of obesity, but hands down. It's the right move to get patients with obesity vaccinated when we're looking at the vaccines, the fires of modern of particularly we saw that patients with obesity had a similar level of immunity with regards to the vaccines as persons that were leaner and wait status. So if we know that they're dying quicker. We know they're getting sicker and having much more Colton disease processes associated with covert. We need to make sure that they're getting vaccinated. Have you had a chance to talk to any of your patients? What was their response when the news broke that the possibility of them being moved to the next group? They're up to get the vaccine. What was that thought process. What was their feelings about that? There were some that felt you know a little bit guilty that their weight status would cause them a higher likelihood of getting the vaccine sooner than others. But many of my patients were actually very pleased, actually finally be able to get this vaccine so that we can return to some sense of normalcy here in the United States and around the world as we try to navigate these issues with social distancing physical, do, insisting and getting back to work, So I think that it's important to see that there's different camps in terms of what people think. But overall for my patients that have a B C that Aaron care they were very relieved to see that they were moving up in the ranks of the consideration for the vaccine. Alright,

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Massachusetts releases plan for reopening amid calls for caution

WBZ Afternoon News

00:45 sec | 11 months ago

Massachusetts releases plan for reopening amid calls for caution

"Had in former Massachusetts General Hospital official Dr Rochelle Walensky said. Though covert cases and deaths have been on the decline recently, they actually increased this week. You cannot get comfortable or give in to a false sense of security that the worst of the panda gets behind us. Not now, not when mass vaccination It is so very close. When what we need to prevent. This is truly imminent. This plea for states to hold off on reopening comes one day after Governor Baker laid out plans for Massachusetts to enter the next step of reopening on March 1st and the fourth and final phase within a month that would see the reopening of sports stadiums, summer camps and weddings. But there are cities in Massachusetts

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Woman Seriously Injured After Snowmobile Crash In New Hampshire, North of Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Woman Seriously Injured After Snowmobile Crash In New Hampshire, North of Boston

"In New Hampshire, a woman suffers serious injuries after a snowmobile crash in Pelham. Police say. Michelle said ball of north writing was found by first responders on the ground. Authorities say the crash was probably caused by user error said Ball was taken to a local general hospital. Her injuries are serious, but not considered life threatening

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Boston nurse among health workers headed to Super Bowl on Patriots plane

WBZ Afternoon News

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Boston nurse among health workers headed to Super Bowl on Patriots plane

"Path Path won't won't be be playing playing the the Super Super Bowl, Bowl, but but their their plane plane is is down down and and kick kick Tampa Tampa being being put put to to very very good good use use WBC's WBC's match match Shearer reports for the past year colorist Drapeau has been working tirelessly as a nurse at Mass General Hospital, but now she gets a much deserved break. What and are not to be invited with all these healthcare superheroes. Represent them. At the Super Bowl. 76 Frontline doctors and nurses got to fly like champions in the Patriots team plane. They even got to meet nine time pro bowler Matthew Slater. What you people represent is the best of us plain looked a bit different than when Matthew last got to ride in it. There's a new decal on the side that says, Get vaccinated a message. That means a lot to Paula. As Jennifer Lopez saying Good, Good love. I say Google fascinated everybody at Logan Airport Match your WBZ. Boston's news news radio. radio.

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"general hospital" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"general hospital" Discussed on Cardionerds

"Every little bit goes a long way without further ado. Let's continue on our tour with another fascinating case from amazing cardinals colleagues friends. We are so excited for today's case discussion and very honored to invite to join us our colleagues and fellows from the massachusetts general hospital cardiology fellowship training program with today. We have doctors. Kenmare brown. Rachel frank and daniel the pills skies welcome to the show. Tell the audience where you are. I am rachel frank. I'm a second year cardiovascular medicine fellow at mass general hospital. I did my undergrad end. Medical school training at university of pittsburgh before coming to mgh for residency in state for fellowship outside of the hospital. I'm interested in cooking and running high brown..

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"general hospital" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"general hospital" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

"She goes to the people. What are you talk high be soon those people for one hundred, million dollars. You kidding me back to work the next day and she's on the documentary. Everything's fine. Her arms just daintily she has normal. She was too I felt like she was caught up in the whole thing. I don't know those. She had the arm. Tiger thinks she did it for the athletes offsets, the ratings. Similar they needed they needed. Someone to be had there are. They needed. Yes. Of course it. So you got. It you bought you parade into I bought into the fact I felt sorry for woman who got her arm bitten off and then came back to our soap opera drama gotTa hangnail about two weeks. She got her army enough although Lemme Lemme ask you that We're sitting here at the the lovely review. Journal. I've never used a sick day you. We have them if they paid me for sick days I retire right now being some beach the next ten years. I think we have them because I see them I. I wouldn't even know how to use one. Would we tell the boss? Say I got a cold Carmo I I. Don't we have sick days here, I will say. The greatest employee employer. So I assume we do. Yes. I've just as you said. It's not my benefits around the best male Jerry, their golden love the benefits at the same time. I decided would know the process of do of putting in a sector. I would have no clue maybe an email. Well, we don't see anyone anymore maybe virtually you want the campaign manager Joshua dial. Now this is more because you feel sorry from the kid was a failed campaign manager. Joe, ran for governor, and then president I think is a libertarian. What else would he run? Let's be clear. He he's not well, he did study politics in college but. Joe. Met Him. He was working at the AMMO. Counter Walmart. And I remember that. Joe Is going to be like campaign whenever you watch. Josh Lewin. Sure. I had him as the run- runner up not because of his failures but he had to watch travis Maldonado shoot his head off. So I felt so bad for like maybe this kid gets the call over the. Biting off the girl but it had to be one of those two I think that I actually looked him up last night I had a few minutes. This Joshua Dial campaign manager is now. He. He said he never watched it. He'd never watched Docu series and. He's he's in the middle of the country somewhere. He's gotten out of politics I don't know what? He was a really campaign manager and carrying presidential candidate we're talking about. She wasn't really politics. He was just part of the circus at the zoo and I love that Kid so Carol Baskin I'm sorry does not deserve. We could come up with ten people on that show before Carol Baskin deserves the spot. Well, I don't want Jeff Low on he's the worst. Yeah, he's a bad guy hit a lot going on in my old town of San Diego. A lot of money the Babysitter Yeah Zach. I'd watch don't watch if she was. Kind of played a falwell there. What's going on? There's a lot of weird a lot of weird things happening on the no surprise to anyone. Now it's less drama Joe Exotic than it is on General Hospital but at least we'll joe exotic like real I I twenty four years in I'm pretty sure G. H. IS NOT I would make that bet do you know people who watch soap operas? I think these people are real and when they're out there like, Hey, sunny I don't want anybody that watches soap operas anymore. I honestly did not know that there were still wants usually it's kind of the last one is the last last bashing of so so personally when I've ever watched. Watching me for a year and she never watched it again, and now every day she looks on, does he still watching this thing I'm like I stay up late at night and watch a with murdering general hospital she's in the bedroom You know she knows I am a mess so she doesn't come out because she knows what's on the TV but yeah, she she knows I watch it. He's embarrassed of course disgusted with me I'm sure the kids are embarrassed to Don. Yeah. Come on they did they know they barely had anything to do with me when they're at home they were on their own lives. So yeah, they were embarrassed a lot twenty nine seasons give me in your mind and I know you have a lot what TV show stayed on too long. Now, we can obviously say twenty nine seasons with this buffoonery is too long. But what I'm going to give you one, I'm GonNa tell you when you're going to probably disagree but think about it. The office was on onto long. Yes. No I mean I, know. You're saying we're saying once he left right. But at the same time it was at the time. It was so high at the top like they had to stay on the end it when he was leaving but it just I think they just got to weird. So No, Michael Scott, you still liked it. I still liked it. I don't love it like the first six seasons with him. Yeah. I can pretty much. I could name every line pretty much every the last three seasons I watched some I still watch them but I'm GonNa they weren't the same you're right it was on. The definition of being onto. But that was circumstance that was your main character leaves, and then they just tried Wade's main character after I always said eight and a half men Kushner was horrible. You can't how can you have two and a half see I didn't even know no two and a half was on for eight seasons but country was horrible because she hugging top she thought it was gonna have laughs those the average per up two and a half men and you know another another one showed that I was a pretty good show. Early is friends that lasted to the season's wasn't my thing. A. I've seen some episodes wasn't our favorite show of all time I. Think it's your. He's one of our favorites of all time should seinfeld quit after. So No. In with Seinfeld, I went to the end and I will stand first of all I will absolutely fight to the death that the finale was good although. To know now, I'm GonNa Greasy about the court when they brought everyone basketball work. No matter what they would have done it what the people would have hated about it whatever. The is good and Seinfeld had the same issue where Larry David laughed. So one of co-creator is one of the main writers guys left. So for two seasons, they were without him and it got weird if you watch the last two seasons, the episodes are really really weird but they're still hilarious like so I I don't think that's too long at all I was Oh, the easiest one ever is actually funny enough me and Larry were just talking about it just before we came on here how I met your mother. There's a reason that it was on duty, Hauser? Kit. Yeah which so what happened with that show? I don't know how many people know the history of it was an amazing show but it was planned Alec they sat down before the show started and they planned out every season. This is how it's going to start going to go here here here here, and this is the last season, and then as they got to the last season, it was still the number one show and CBS like you need to do another season like no, the show the show is already planned. It's a preplanned ends now this is it. No you have to do another season. So the last season. A wedding weekend all in one season and it was it was shoehorned in because they already had the arc of the story and they're like, well, how do we make another season and it sucked? It was so bad terrible. So I would say that one stayed on for too long and then the other one is much as I. Love It. I think the simpsons is still on it is. I. Think in my good as I've watched it in a while. Watch it I. Love. The Simpsons must be watching it I liked. Caesar. Eleven. season. With. Modern. Family. I like it on Neil knee tended to have really hot people on that show sure that the to wise forget about it. modern family was ten seasons like that. I'm six seasons into how to get away with murder. Many seasons is that six I've got about ten Seville's left also. It's not a classic I'm GonNa Throw another one in.

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"general hospital" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"general hospital" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"On basic and trick research to prevent and treat Parkinson's disease and later neurological and eight disorders. He's a founding director of the Neuro re-generation, research institute at McLean. Hospital. Of Neurology and neuroscience at Harvard Medical School. Preface of neurology at Massachusetts General Hospital. and was elected fellow of the American Association for Advanced and assigns. He's the author or CO author of over three hundred scientific research publications in your science technology. And books in his field. Delta Molly. Here. I know that you have done a tremendous amount of loose age in neuroscience neurology. indy picked few papers for to have have a discussion and and one of them s entitled Nola Songs and concepts emerging from Lipid cell biology relevant to degenerative brain aging and to seize. Invite. You say while rare familial forms of Alpha the can cause Parkinson's disease. Lewy body dementia, an easily to dementias. Recent, in-depth studies of Lipid disturbances in the majority of the common forms of this diseases instance suggest a privately genesis in liquid pathways. So. So this is different from conventional wisdom. Isn't it? Would you like to talk a bit about the of Research Direction here? Yes. That's right the. Conventional Wisdom has told us that what you see in a brain autopsy it is the problem what we see in Alzheimer's Disease in Argosy a theology is usually some protein aggregates. In the case of park the they're called buddies. Made aggregate of UPN. Alzheimer's disease we see data, but I won't be searching. Rather than the protein aggregating being the course of the disease. it may be more underlying actress trying that increase the compensatory reaction. to brain so do and so. Consequently, if there are other underlying causes you would need to Expose, Problems I. Right so. So. So in terms of the Lipid Issues are there other specific areas that you are you looking at what types of lipids and you know what the mechanism might be? Yes. So he wasn't surprising. I'm medical discovery.

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"general hospital" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"general hospital" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The whole food chain two minutes decently PS when will the prime minister good to stop this deliberate policy it inflicting impoverishment and destitution on open wounds I'm not registered social landlords in the northeast to study the particular cases he he raises but I use universal credit is available from day one is this the best he is it is this is a wages are not rising with the rising as well Mr speaker Los good night prime minister made a secret visit to Kettering General Hospital overall this is not a whole as soon as he listens to a patient's on this one I'm actually you're listening visit you.

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"general hospital" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"general hospital" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in park ridge according to the Lake County sheriff's office it was a woman and a young boy killed in the crash and a young girl who was with them was air lifted here to Lutheran general in critical condition the sheriff's office says the woman killed was driving a Nissan S. U. V. north bound near beach Avenue when the front of her vehicle hit a pickup that was merging on to fifty nine this is an unincorporated lake villa the woman and boy in the S. U. V. were pronounced dead at the scene the young girl in the backseat was critically injured a man and a teenager in the mini van have been hospitalized with serious injuries a police officer in another person a recovering following a crash on the south side thirty say woman was driving an SUV early this when she collided with a squad car near sixty second and Morgan the woman and one officer of been taken to hospital they have minor injuries the a woman is expected to be ticketed the page county state's attorney Robert Berlin announcing multiple arrests today after three violent carjackings in the area over a nearly two week period and with the Christmas and Hanukkah shopping season upon us in the holidays approaching we want the people of du page county to feel safe and be able to go out and shop and conduct their daily business and not worry about becoming victims of violence one of those arrested as a juvenile police say assault weapons and body armor were discovered during the arrests we're like foot is trying to help out operators of food trucks in Chicago the mayor introduced an ordinance this week that would allow the food trucks to park in a truck zone for four hours that is double the current one that the measure would also create a permanent to your license for mobile merchants to sell products other than food and have been operating for years under temporary status their state unemployment rate fell to historic low last month the Illinois department of employment security spokesperson Sam Celestron says November was another good month with jobless rates coming in at nearly three point eight percent a ton of very ability in the monthly numbers are going up and down so it's helpful in these cases to sort of hold on one second take a look at the over the year job numbers which you know were up forty thousand the national unemployment rate for November was three point five percent the note of U. G. N. sports here's Dave Enna sports is sponsored by northwestern basketball Chicago's big ten team one night after coming up empty at home in a four one loss to the Colorado Avalanche the Blackhawks were much better on the road with the four one win in Winnipeg of four point night for Patrick came twelfth of his career with a goal and three assists the Downer Brandon Saad left with an ankle injury that will sideline him at least a couple of weeks the Blackhawks played last night without defenseman Brent Seabrook was a healthy scratch the night before but did not travel with the team while undergoing a medical evaluation no word on his ailment dogs play tomorrow night at Colorado and upset college basketball last night is seventh ranked Maryland fell to Seton hall the bulls were off they played Detroit tomorrow and the bears getting set to host Kansas city on Sunday will talk to Dan Hampton coming up this morning at seven forty join the Wildcats Welsh Ryan arena this winner for match ups with Ohio state Purdue Michigan and more single game tickets on sale now at a new sports dot com Dave at it WGN sports your money on WGN futures are pointing toward another flat open on Wall Street this morning Dow futures are up about twenty seven points nasdaq and S. and P. futures of just single digits it was a record day for the stocks yesterday the Dow finishing the day up nearly one hundred thirty seven points in Europe this morning markets in London Germany and France are higher in the France up by nearly a half a percent the trading day is over in Asia the unique change a panel really a quarter percent and in Hong Kong higher by nearly half a percent China flush years there fell the Senate is sending president trump a bill that aims to raise the number of Americans who save and how much they can save the bipartisan secure act is part of the spending bill that senators approved yesterday which the house had already passed it makes it easier for small businesses to get together to offer four oh one K. plans to their workers it also offers tax credits to those businesses let's long term part time workers become eligible for retirement benefits and repeals the maximum age for putting money into an individual retirement account and I'm Steve percentage on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN all bring.

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"general hospital" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"general hospital" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Massachusetts General Hospital she joins us now welcome thank you how thanks for having me so I understand the Kerr bill at uses something called the traffic light system what is that so the truck like the from six to categorize foods within different categories meaning green would be something that's a good high diet quality yellow would be something that you might be a bit cautious about and wouldn't want to be a you know consuming on a very regular basis and the red light would be something that these are things that you might want to stay away from most of the time not saying you can never have them but you want to stay away from it okay has this traffic light system ever been tested on kids does it is it effective so it's been tested more in the dell population even within my own hospital for example one of the larger studies came out of mass General Hospital it is utilized throughout our hospital cafeteria as a way of really getting persons that come to the hospital eating within the cafeteria to pick selections that are more healthy for them so we mentioned earlier that there has been some criticism that an app like this might lead kids to disordered eating our evening even eating disorders do you see that as a real possibility here I do think it's a real possibility and we need to be thoughtful what when you're considering using an application of the sword and the likelihood that person that might not struggle with obesity might utilize this to further curb their intake and that would lead to issues like an arrest your novels that but what you said at the outset is that we do have a burgeoning obesity problem fourteen million children in the United States actually have the disease of obesity and this tool might be one that we should consider with some modifications for this patient population okay so if kids are using this app is it better that they be monitored by a medical professional mother using the app I mean it was they're not getting screened before they sign up for this app right so I do think using a medical professional would be helpful but I really think that the parents really have some shared ownership here right so they're going to be the ones that really need to be on the ground monitoring what's going on with their children in this application if there if this is indeed a strategy that they take for those that require even more deal care than you would use a medical professional whether that be a physician like myself a psychologist psychiatrist xterra for those that are prone to do eating disorders which we know is a mental illness yeah so putting this app aside I mean what in general should parents do if they are worried about their child's weight I think that they need to think about Haiti we want to actually treat this disease of obesity is a disease that requires treatment and for some persons we can use behavioral means for others we may need to escalate caring use medications and for those that have severe obesity we may need to utilize surgical intervention so just think about the breath of potential possibilities speak with your pediatrician and make sure that you go from there in using the strategies to tackle this issue of childhood obesity doctor Fatima Cody Stanford of Massachusetts General Hospital thank you very much for joining us today thanks for having me.

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"general hospital" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"general hospital" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Expected at Mass General hospital in minutes to continue its recovery after being shot. I'm Lisa lisera. This is Fox News. WCBS Baltimore Nelson. Wet weather in the forecast is a cold front presses are way showers and rumbles of thunder possible about a quarter of an inch rainfall force tonight, you're Baltimore down the sixty two degrees. There have been some aerial, flood alerts up down Virginia with some of the heavier rains think the front tech clears, this northwest winds, build in for tomorrow and some sunshine for Tuesday with a high of eighty one degrees. Wednesday, cloudy and seventy nine I'm meteorologist Scott Lawrie. More from the Weather Channel for talkradio six eighty WCBS the WCBS studios, sponsored by safe retirement solutions. Call rod ROY today at four ten to sixty seven twenty or on the web at safer time until dot com. This is Brian Goudie. John advanced her my control. Join me for what's bugging you on Saturdays at five PM on talkradio six eighty WC. The following WCBS program has been prerecorded at this time. Now broadcasting from the underground command post deep in the bowels of a hidden bunker, somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building, we've once again, they contact with our leader. Hello, everybody. Mark Levin here. Our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one. When I want you to listen to something. CNN MSNBC, ABC montage. Many of these former democrat officials in the Clinton Obama administration's elsewhere. Put together by gravy and others. Are pretend journalists like wolf Blitzer and brianna Keiler? Among others and a few democrat representatives thrown in, because they all sound the same. Pushing locking up Donald Trump cut three. Go ahead. He wants to see.

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"general hospital" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"general hospital" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"In the national security interests of this country. Get back in the business of creating a more peaceful world. Please clap. That's more. Because he was fired up to that. Was he brought the energy getting was looking for the payoff. How is high energy Jeb? Yes. This was twenty and it was in twenty twelve congratulations. Man. I hate to do this to that was stronger than because it was a command. That's true. The guy's not a beggar fleas, you know, please, Jeb was begging. Yes, he was kind of begging no doubt about it. Okay. Someone else. Want to ask you David as smoking weed affected your ability to get your wife pregnant. I don't I don't know. Okay. I'm sorry. I read it wrong off the sheet. The question is does smoking weed actually affect men's ability to get women pregnant. Yeah. I already personalized not that. I'm saying you ever smoked weed. Maybe in college. And when you're -sition struggling in Austin, Texas, my in my wayward now that you've seen the studies right that indicate that marijuana is no good for the swimmers. Yes, it's good. Well, now, there's research out of Harvard. That sorta turns that whole thing around finding that men who have partaken have higher counts than men who never have again. They don't know correlation is not causation. It's not saying. Wow. If you smoke a lot of Reefer, you know, you're going to be a man not saying, no, it's not saying that. But this is what they did the lead author of this study based studied about six hundred sixty men all of whom had been we're with their partners at. Massachusetts General Hospital between the last fifteen years or so anyway at any rate bay said that they had maybe higher counts. However, this was these were people who had had a couple of joints. Not somebody who was just a straight ups donor. Okay. So they're also saying look, it's yes, it's pot friendly news, and it certainly turned some of the assumptions on on on their head. But this isn't saying, oh, yeah. Man, the best fertility treatment is to go out and get blazed right now. Okay. So this isn't some sort of news report the use sent to your wife as well. Saint c c. Larry smoke weed again, right? Great, man. It's not what it's saying now. Okay. More to get.

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"general hospital" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:28 min | 3 years ago

"general hospital" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"L polio logo. Is it new highs? That you new highs. In the market. So here's the good news. If we are going to go hire more names will show up. And we'll be able to read bigger list. For your listening pleasure. Ladies and gentlemen. Tesla down another twelve today. Manno man. What did I say to you? How do you? How do you keep trusting this guy? I really think three days ago they committed another violation because three weeks before he said, everything's fricken fantastic. And all of a sudden now, they're missing numbers. We're worried about this. If I was the regulators. I'd be looking into it. Net. Flicks was down another four bucks today. Remember, a bad reaction to earnings. We thought the stock should have been down fifty bucks on their earnings was only down fourteen but it's down another twenty cents. When estimates are eighty six cents, and you tell people it's going to be fifty six cents. That be a problem. Again, I was surprised. Venezuela. I really do have to mention this. Hope you don't mind. There's a lot of ongoing crap going on right now. I believe the United States is recognizing somebody else. To run the place. The country. Supposedly rumors that finally, maybe the military. That's been bought off is fed up. And a lot of headlines that Maduro was on the parade. Let me be clear about where we stand. Madero is a scumbag criminal should be in jail. Chevette has died of cancer. Scumbag criminal should have been in jail. They are not. All these people keep telling us socialists for the people. They're not for the people you go shopping. Family. Is worth billions. They plundered all the money. These are dirtbags scumbags, evil, evil evil people. So Maduro needs to go. He's plundered the country destroyed it. Believe it or not. We're very careful about the words exaggeration. We know we're on TV we're on radio. We have to be really careful about what we say. It's not an exaggeration to tell you that the inflation rate is hundreds of thousands percents if not more. They have this currency the boulevard. It costs like a million bucks to buy a Cup of coffee. No, not really seriously. It is the definition of a blank hole there. Not because the people the people did a great job with this country until they let this shabas takeover and just plunder the place. And that's what bad socialists. Do they plunder? They plunder the wealth onto the guys that will do better. And they go to the poor. And the lower middle class and say, look what's happened to your life your lot in life is that way because of all these other people, I'll do better. And then they start taking all the media and the military industry and the like, and before you know, what these moron imbecile, dummy jerks. IQ's of thirty are running all the joint and it's over. Go look up how much oil Venezuela has how wealthy they used to be because of oil they took over the industry, and they don't even know how to produce the freaking oil. And they stole from all these companies that were owed money, so guess what all these companies bid. They left. And Venezuela has turned into Cuba. Now. And that's why I've always hated these jackasses that kissed the Royal ours. Of Cuban the Castro's, I hate it. The healthcare and this horse crap. Which one of you? If you ever got sick God forbid or your family got sick which Havana? General Hospital over the mayo clinic. Raise your hands. And now you have these jackasses here. Socialism is great. The billionaire class sucks. We should not have any billionaires. They're immoral. Terrible. It's not the way it should be. It's a policy failure to have billionaires. You know, what they're telling you. Just give us all that money. You produced and earned. You don't deserve it. We know what to do with it. Even though you earned it. Even though it's yours. You earned it. We're taking it..

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