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"hastings center" Discussed on The Daily Article

The Daily Article

07:09 min | 3 months ago

"hastings center" Discussed on The Daily Article

"This is the daily article podcast published by the denison forum or culture changing christians to receive the daily article directly to your email inbox. Week day morning. Visit the daily article dot com. Now here's today's news discerned differently. Sister margaret cooper was eighteen years old when she took vows of poverty chastity and obedience. She spent the next fifty nine years of her life dedicated to the roman catholic church in nineteen ninety. She became principal of saint. James catholic school continuing in this role for twenty eight years when she retired in twenty eighteen. The archdiocese conducted a financial review of the school for the new principal. It discovered that the none had embezzled at least eight hundred thirty five thousand three hundred thirty nine dollars over the course of ten years federal prosecutors say. She used the money to bankroll her gambling habit. She has pleaded guilty and is cooperating with authorities. Her lawyers told the washington post later in her life. She has been suffering from a mental illness that clouded her judgment and caused her to do something that she otherwise would not have done in other news. Comedian howie mandel tells people magazine that he has been living with severe anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorder for nearly his entire life. He uses humor to get through the toughest moments and is speaking up because my life's mission is to remove the stigma mandel ads. I'm broken but this is my reality. I know there's going to be darkness again and i cherish. Every moment of light tennis-star. Naomi osaka shined a light on mental illness issues. When she announced that she would not be speaking with reporters during the french open due to anxiety and mental distress then later withdrew from the tournament. She has since withdrawn from a wimbledon tune-up tournament. Next week in berlin. her story is all too common. These days licensed psychotherapist tests. Brigham rates in forbes. That burnout is at a record. High right now with fifty two percent of participants in a recent study reporting that they feel burned out sixty seven percent say burnout increased for them during the pandemic brigham recommends that we set boundaries around work to prevent becoming depleted. Do something for ourselves to experience joy and excitement and take breaks from social media and other activities for rest and recreation. While i am not a professional counselor i can affirm all three recommendations biblical jesus called his disciples in the midst of a very busy season of ministry to come away by yourselves to a desolate place and rest awhile. We are to rejoice in the lord always seeking joy in life through the spirit. God's word prescribes a weekly sabbath from work for worship and rest however there is a deeper cultural narrative we need to understand as we seek spiritual and mental health in our post christian. Bioethicist catherine watson writing for the hastings center warns that rugged american individualism is a myth. And it's killing us jobs that none survive or flourish without the help of others as a result the myth that we can do what we want in society and that no one can tell us otherwise continues to endanger us and society in response. She encourages us to recognize people. Who are being kind or courageous toward others. Reinforced the fact that freedoms come with correlated responsibilities and obligations and reaffirm our mutual commitment to the common good as with the forbes article i can affirm that doctor watson's ones are deeply biblical. We were created for community by a triune god who experiences community within himself. We show that we love our lord by loving our neighbor with acts of sacrificial service however there is still a deep narrative. We need to understand if we are to experience the healing our souls need. Most tuesday was the eightieth anniversary of cs. Lewis is classic sermon. The wait of glory on june eighth nineteen forty one. The literature professor and christian apologist preached in oxford university church of saint mary the virgin and historic and beautiful church. I have visited several times with deep reverence in his sermon. Lewis exposes what he calls our inconsolable secret. The sense that in this universe we are treated as strangers. The longing to be acknowledged to meet with some response to bridge some chasm that yawns between us and reality as louis notes we each feel an unstated but powerful sense of alienation and estrangement from ourselves others and god however it will not always be this way one day according to lewis the door on which we have been knocking all our lives will open last while we are presently fallen people in a fallen world all the leaves of the new testament wrestling with the rumour that it will not always be so someday god willing we shall get in as a result we should see ourselves and every person we meet as immortal beings lewis notes you have never talked to a mere mortal nations cultures are similar allegations these are mortal and their life is two hours as the life of a gnat but it is immortals whom we joke with work with mary snub and exploited immortal horrors or everlasting splendours the ultimate solution to the existential alien that plagues us is to seek healing not from ourselves others or our broken culture but from the god who loves us to be sure he uses counselors and therapists as agents of healing but our greatest need is for intimacy with him. Our greatest service is helping others find intimacy with him. Jesus was clear in john. Fifteen five whoever abides in me. And i in him he. It is that bears much fruit for apart from me. You can do nothing. Are you abiding more in. Jesus today than you were yesterday if not why not. Would you consider sharing this podcast with a friend family member or co worker in order to help build a community of culture changing christians. Thank you for listening to the daily article podcast today..

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"hastings center" Discussed on AP News

AP News

05:07 min | 7 months ago

"hastings center" Discussed on AP News

"People gathered at an Athens rally and March to mark this year's event admits the pandemic. Women have faced increased challenges in Greece on beyond while in Rome. There's a protest against the increase in violence to women and gender inequalities, which have been amplified in the crisis on Spain sees static protests. Bicycle rides on small sized events creatively organized to prevent gatherings that could trigger a new spiking covert 19 cases. Back in Athens women and the few men sing, dance and play instruments in front of the Greek Parliament. I'm Charles Scylla, Decima. Good morning. I'm a Donahue with an AP news MINUTE, CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky says newly released guidance says people who are fully vaccinated can gather with other vaccinated people indoors without wearing a mask or social distancing when I say fully vaccinated I mean people who are two weeks after their second dose of either the visor Madonna vaccines or two weeks after a single dose of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine Well, Lansky says, some long awaited reunions could happen. You can visit your grand parents if you have been vaccinated and they have been to Lewinsky says Coronavirus. Cases and deaths remain high. But we've been through a lot this past year, and with more and more people getting vaccinated each day, we are starting to turn a corner. BC is continuing to recommend that people fully vaccinated continued to wear well fitted masks, avoid large gatherings and physically distanced themselves from others went out in public. I'm Ed Donahue. Have you gotten your cove in 19 vaccine. Some are worried the line jumpers have in New York, A soulcycle instructor got vaccinated after teachers became eligible in January. She later apologized for what she called a terrible error in judgment, says the Daily Beast. In Florida. Two women were bonnets and glasses to disguise themselves as elderly in hopes of scoring shots. Hospital board members, trustees and donors have also gotten shots early on. Now, Some are raising complaints about unfair access. Nancy Birling or a bioethicist with the Hastings Center, says This is understandable, She says, the envy and moral judgments about whether others deserve to be prioritized. May reflect our fears and our anxieties about being able to get a shot ourselves. I'm Rita Foley In New York, A soulcycle instructor got vaccinated after teachers became eligible in January. She later apologized for what she called a terrible error in judgment, says the Daily Beast. In Florida. Two women were bonnets and glasses to disguise themselves as elderly in hopes of scoring shots. Hospital board members, trustees and donors have also gotten shots early on. Now, Some are raising complaints about unfair access. Nancy Birling or a bioethicist with the Hastings Center, says This is understandable, She says, the envy and moral judgments about whether others deserve to be prioritized. May reflect our fears and our anxieties about being able to get a shot ourselves. I'm Rita Foley. Prince Harry says the royal family welcome Megan. But things changed after their Australia tour. My biggest concern is history, repeating itself an apparent reference to his mother, Princess Diana. Harry did not criticize his brother William, but said time heals all things and says he's working to repair relations with their father. Prince Charles. Really let down. Megan says. She never made Kate cry, and it was the opposite a few days before. The wedding. She was upset about Something pertaining to yes, The issue was correct about flower girl dresses and It made me cry make. It also revealed she had suicidal thoughts and that the palace discussed how dark their child's skin might be. The couple say the baby on the way now is a girl that interview courtesy. Harpo Productions, CBS. I'm Julie Walker. I'm Julie Walker, Harry and Megan's Interview with Oprah Winfrey on CBS Sunday revealed a lot of sordid and intimate details about the couple's relationship with the Royal family and the palace. Prince Harry says the royal family welcome Megan. But things changed after their Australia tour. My biggest concern was history, repeating itself an apparent reference to his mother, Princess Diana. Harry did not criticize his brother William, but said time heals all things and says he's working to repair relations with their father. Prince Charles. Don't really let down. Because He's been through something similar, Megan says. She never made Kate cry and everyone in the institution knew it. In fact, it was the opposite. A few days before the wedding, she was upset about Something pertaining to yes, The issue was correct about flower girl dresses and It made me cry make. It also revealed she had suicidal thoughts and that the palace discussed how dark their child's skin might be. The couple say the baby on the way now is a girl that interview courtesy. Harpo Productions, CBS 80 News..

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"hastings center" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:02 min | 7 months ago

"hastings center" Discussed on AP News

"Dr Rochelle Walensky says anyone fully vaccinated can gather with other vaccinated people indoors without wearing a mask or social distancing When I say fully vaccinated, I mean people who are two weeks after their second dose of either the visor Madonna vaccines. War. Two weeks after a single dose of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine, Wolinsky says the numbers of coronavirus cases and deaths are still high. But with more people getting vaccinated are starting to turn a corner. Wolinsky says vaccinated people should still wear masks in public. Jury selection in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show. Vin, accused in the death of George Floyd is on hold for at least a day while an appeal proceeds over the possible reinstatement of a third degree murder charge. Republican senator is saying goodbye, Missouri's Roy Blunt after 14 general election victories, three to County office seven to the United States House of Representatives. And four statewide elections. I won't be a candidate for re election to the United States Senate next year. Want turn 71 in January. There is a lot of last night's interview with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle that has shaken Britain. Author Constance White is trying to absorb it all. It was Megan's confession that she considered suicide was huge. A second major revelation was the fact that the royal family Expressed concern or the color of the baby's skin was a topic of conversation for Terry told Oprah Winfrey. The UK is not bigoted. The UK press is bigoted, specifically, the tabloids. President Biden is ordering his administration to review Trump Administration rules around campus sexual assaults that bolster the rights of the accused. This is AP News. Our worries about line jumpers for coronavirus shots in New York, a soulcycle instructor got vaccinated after teachers became eligible in January. She later apologized for what she called a terrible error in judgment, says the daily Beast. In Florida. Two women were bonnets and glasses to disguise themselves as elderly in hopes of scoring shots. Hospital board members, trustees and donors have also gotten shots early on. Now, Some are raising complaints about unfair access. Nancy Birling or a bioethicist with the Hastings Center, says This is understandable, She says, the envy and moral judgments about whether others deserve to be prioritized. They reflect our fears and our anxieties about being able to get a shot ourselves. I'm Rita Foley, The en bas many bubble in Atlanta for the All Star Game apparently worked. The league says no players, coaches or game officials tested positive for the coronavirus while in Atlanta. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News Women Across Europe a marching, protesting and singing to Mark International Women's Day. Hundreds.

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"hastings center" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:02 min | 7 months ago

"hastings center" Discussed on AP News

"Rochelle Walensky says anyone fully vaccinated can gather with other vaccinated people indoors without wearing a mask or social distancing When I say fully vaccinated, I mean people who are two weeks after their second dose of either the visor Madonna vaccines. War. Two weeks after a single dose of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine, Wolinsky says the numbers of coronavirus cases and deaths are still high. But with more people getting vaccinated are starting to turn a corner. Wolinsky says vaccinated people should still wear masks in public jury selection in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show, Vin Accused in the death of George Floyd is on hold for at least a day while an appeal proceeds over the possible reinstatement of a third degree murder charge. A Republican senator is saying goodbye, Missouri's Roy Blunt after 14 general election victories, three to county Office seven to the United States House of Representatives. And four statewide elections. I won't be a candidate for re election to the United States Senate next year went turn 71 in January. There is a lot of last night's interview with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle that has shaken Britain. Author Constance White is trying to absorb it all. It was Megan's confession that she considered suicide was huge. A second major revelation was the fact that the royal family Expressed concern or the color of the baby skin was a topic of conversation for Terry told Oprah Winfrey. The UK is not bigoted. The UK press is bigoted, specifically, the tabloids. President Biden is ordering his administration to review Trump Administration rules around campus sexual assaults that bolster the rights of the accused. This is AP News. Our worries about line jumpers for coronavirus shots in New York, a soulcycle instructor got vaccinated after teachers became eligible in January. She later apologized for what she called a terrible error in judgment, says the daily Beast. In Florida. Two women were bonnets and glasses to disguise themselves as elderly in hopes of scoring shots. Hospital board members, trustees and donors have also gotten shots early on. Now, Some are raising complaints about unfair access. Nancy Birling or a bioethicist with the Hastings Center, says This is understandable, She says, the envy and moral judgments about whether others deserve to be prioritized. They reflect our fears and our anxieties about being able to get a shot ourselves. I'm Rita Foley, The en bas many bubble in Atlanta for the All Star Game apparently worked. The league says no players, coaches or game officials tested positive for the coronavirus while in Atlanta. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News Women Across Europe a marching, protesting and singing Mark International Women's Day. Hundreds.

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Guilt, envy, distrust: Vaccine rollout breeds mixed emotions

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Guilt, envy, distrust: Vaccine rollout breeds mixed emotions

"In New York a SoulCycle instructor got vaccinated after teachers became eligible in January she later apologized for what she called a terrible error in judgment says the daily beast in Florida to women wore bonnets and glasses to disguise themselves as elderly in hopes of scoring shots hospital board members trustees and donors have also gotten shots early on now some are raising complaints about unfair access Nancy Berliner a bioethicist with the Hastings center says this is understandable she says the envy and moral judgments about whether others deserved to be prioritized may reflect our fears and our anxieties about being able to get a shot ourselves I'm read a folly

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"hastings center" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:38 min | 7 months ago

"hastings center" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Donation sites at food banks can help keep other people employed there. There are lots of things that we can To where to some degree being vaccinated. It's even safer to do and and those people can be heroes and part of the solution right now. With the understanding, doctor. Oh, Yang, that even if you have the vaccination, you still need to exercise caution and wear a mask. Correct? Yes, definitely. It seems like there's some data showing that it does. Significantly decreased transmission. But we don't know for sure. And everyone should be wearing a mask. I'm Jenn white. You're listening to one, eh? We're talking to Dr Helen Oh Yang, an emergency room doctor and professor of emergency medicine at Columbia University. Faith Fletcher, a bioethicist at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She's also a senior adviser to the Hastings Center, and Nancy Cast, the deputy director for public Health and the Berman Institute of Bioethics at Johns Hopkins University. We got this message from clear on Facebook, who says doses should not be wasted as a vaccination nurse. I see that there are appointments who are no shows leading to excess doses at the end of the day. I understand the ethical dilemma of sticking to the priority lists, but I think the moral imperative is to not waste doses, faith. Then we talk about some of the ethical dilemmas being faced by people actually. Vaccinating people. Yeah, I think again. I, um completely empathize with the concerns about vaccinations being wasted. I think in some regards if we're employing more community focused vaccination strategies to allow people to, um, go to walk up vaccination sites. I think this somewhat mitigate some of those barriers, so I'll just use a recent example. This past weekend, the Black Doctors covert 19 Consortium and Philadelphia implemented a 24 hour walk up vaccination site, so there were more than 4000 people who were vaccinated within a 24 hour period. And in that regard, vaccinations were not wasted. Because we were not relying on a system that provided that forced people to sign up in advance. Esso again more strategies that engage communities and a really alleviate some of the barriers to vaccinations, such as signing in and advance access to the Internet and access to transformation and information. I think those are viable ways to really reduce Some of the challenges related to vaccinations going toe waste? Well, many people have been turning to social media to help them find a vaccine. This is Andrea from Buffalo, New York a couple weeks ago, a friend of mine who's staying home Dad Post on Facebook that you got access to the covert vaccine early because he found out about some unused dosages that they were making available to the general public. First come, first served. Then my reaction when I found this out was outrage. Which surprised me. This is someone that I like very much and care about and certainly want to be healthy. But I was so frustrated that people in my family who have much more exposure and greater risk catching the disease. Weren't getting this sort of access. How strange that this pandemic has left me in this kind of position where I mad, but a dear friend has access to a vaccine that we all need. After all you and you've written about these vaccine hunter groups until shall media and how tech savvy people are getting ahead in the vaccine game. How do you respond to Andrea? I completely understand Andrews frustration. I think the way to look at it is that you know there's unfortunately small margins of error in every public health intervention, and I would rather the margin of error. Sort of tilted towards somebody getting the vaccine. Then these vaccines being either thrown away was just sitting on the shelf unused. We got this comment from Barbara who emailed. Isn't it a big problem that higher income people who have flexible schedules and computer access are signing up its sights set up for people at higher risk. And anti this. This alludes to what faith has been talking about about some inequities in the system. It's absolutely right. So There is no Question that from an ethics perspective, we have to think about who is entitled to get it and who is able to get it. And they're independently important from an ethics perspective. So some of the mechanisms like faith described of having walk up clinics or again mobile clinics that go to Places where we know there are people not only at higher risk for covert, but at higher risk for not accessing our current systems are an essential piece of the structure. Another is literally reserving some number of doses for people who may be Slower to be able to get in the line or unable to get in the line at all. You know, we all we all get it that equity and equality or not the same thing. Quality is well, look. It was open to everybody over 65. You had your chance. That would be a certain frame. But equity is, Of course, some people are better able to access those crazy multiple systems that you have to keep refreshing online all day long and others aren't and equity takes account of the people who can't So what are your thoughts on the difference between the individual choices in the structural problems? If if you're grappling with this issue of whether to go ahead and get the vaccine right now, because you're eligible. What are a couple of questions? You can ask yourself to work through this? So I, um I? I will start by saying I think this is really entirely a structural. Issue. I think it's I think one of the reasons why we have structures like who is eligible. And where will we distributed and how will be distributed is not only to try to create a fair system, but to some degree to make this no longer the That the distressing decision of individuals I don't mean to suggest that it is irrelevant for individuals, but I think that's important. But this is again where it sort of could I do something constructive with it? Um and I'm ready to take my turn. We're discussing your questions about when and how to get the covert vaccine with us..

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"hastings center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:40 min | 7 months ago

"hastings center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"City or state came in and, like, got them all with Maddox. These people the workers for giving us all vaccines. I hate myself that I have one. What do we do? What? Why is that happening? And where the people who are supposed to go there, and I'm still not okay that I went ou want in eligible category. You were just there. The hope that you would be able to get in with unused doses. Yes, And a lot of people were being told this like through word of mouth and friends and my colleague at work in my boss were telling me I should go and I didn't really want to go. But I went so I'm I'm on that's on me. But If I didn't go. I mean, like there's just that's what was happening. There were just hundreds of people like me who were just coming. Was that at the armory No, it was it was in the Bronx. I don't remember where the Army armor is up there, but that's great Grand Concourse. Site, Mary. Thank you very much. Well, a true confession. We've just got 20 seconds for a final thought. Professor Fletcher. Very Honest of Mary, though it in fact. Yeah. Yes, wonderful conversation, and I think we just really have to remember as we're targeting communities of color and rural communities and disadvantaged communities that we really have to work with them. And partner with them in order to really develop strategies, but highlight their assets needs and their concerns about vaccinations. So I think in the next phase, it's our moral responsibility to make sure that communities Community leaders are really driving vaccinations strategies, and in essence, this is community engaged ethics, and it does still go to the structural failures because in Mary Story There were not the people who should have been there to get the vaccines, so they weren't being one way or another gotten to those sites. And so they were available for people like her faith Fletcher, assistant professor in the Department of Health behavior at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, their school of public health and a senior adviser to the Hastings Center leading US Research Institute in Bioethics. Thank you for being with us today. And for giving something for having me answers. This is w n y C FM HD and AM New York WN J T F M 88.1 Trenton, WN J P 88.5 Sussex, WN J Y 89.3. NET Kong and W. N J 0 90.3 Toms River. We are New York and New Jersey public radio. You could start calling for the mayor who will be on after the latest news 646435 70 to 80 with your mayor Questions. Clear your bio ethics stories and make room on the phones. It's the ethical thing to do for people who want to call the mayor at 646435 72. 80 First the latest news with David First, David, what is happening? Thanks, Brian, A nine year old black girl. Pepper sprayed by Rochester police pleaded. Please don't do this to me. And it burns as she waited, handcuffed in the backseat of a police cruiser for 16 minutes. That's according to police body camera footage released yesterday, Rochester's mayor, Lovely Warren says the city released almost 90 minutes of additional video in order to be transparent. A shorter clip was released on Sunday. The officers are suspended pending the outcome of an investigation. Indoor dining resumes in New York City today, with restaurants limited to a quarter capacity. Governor Cuomo says he made the decision to do it now so restaurants could take advantage of Valentine's Day weekend. Over 19 cases and hospitalizations are declining statewide, though, remain higher than last March, when Cuomo initially shut down indoor dining Manhattan is one step closer to having its very own beach Gothamist Christopher Robin's reports that construction on Gansevoort Peninsula on Hudson River Park will start this spring. Sandy Beach area with lounge chairs and umbrellas will stretch across the southern end of the 5.5 acre green space in Hudson River Park. Water access of the beach will be for kayaks only as the Hudson River is not quite clean enough for safe swimming. But the park will also include a sports field Salt marsh in a large public art installation from the Whitney Museum. Hands or peninsula was designed by James Corner Field operations. The firm that created the Highline, the city and the Parks Trust are paying for the $70 million construction costs is expected to open in 2023. Lunar New Year would normally be celebrated in the streets of New York City's Chinatown's this weekend, But this year's festivities will be held on line due to the pandemic that includes a traditional Chinese temple bizarre put on by the Flushing Town Hall Arts Center. Which will be held virtually on Sunday at 2 P.m. Flushing town halls, y'all Yoon Tang described some of the activities different kinds of Chinese folk dances, hand puppetry, and there's a performances. Tang says food will also play a big role, including a demonstration of how to make rice ball, which is very important and also brace Lion head, which is not really lying head. It's pork meatball, which is, you know a good dish really great dish to have for Lunar New Year. Lunar New Year is today and rings in the year of the ox 22 degrees. Now, mostly cloudy today with a high of 29 degrees. This is W N. Y. C. When you become a member of W N Y C your donations pay for what you hear reporting that matters brought to you by a newsroom free from corporate or political influence. Your.

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"hastings center" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"hastings center" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"With a live show. Bring jobs home. Make it here. The Donald Trump agendas. By American deregulate and innovate. This agenda is going to benefit both our economy as well as our national security. Now you know why? Because now we're going to start make our medical supplies here and not in China. As a matter of fact, the United States believe it or not. Is dramatically dependent on China for medical supplies that include among them prescription drugs and their ingredients. That's according to Rosemary Gibson, senior advisor at the Hastings Center and co author of the China Our ex, exposing the risk of America's dependence on China for medicine. The Chinese Corona virus actually helped expose our dependence on China. Has a risk to our national security. We're dependent on China for our prescription drugs. 90% of the core ingredients. The chemicals and other ingredients depend on China so much so that last week The Beat China Act was introduced into the Senate. Short for the Bring. Entrepreneurial achievements to consumers here in North America Act. Be China Act introduced by Ted Cruz incentivize pharmaceutical companies and medical devices suppliers to relocate their businesses here in the United States. You listen to safe retirement solutions Radio. If you would like to schedule of this, I know you hear my adds a lot here on the on 6 80 wcbm the guys here great to me, and I got a lot of good friends here. On my friend's include Bill O'Reilly and Sean Hannity here of promoting out of the safe retirement solutions, anyway, if you would like to schedule a visit year actually can't come on into the office and either Annapolis or Towson and schedule on in person visit and you'll commend you meet with me, Rod Borowy and the rest of our team and either Annapolis or Towson. All you have to do. Give us a call, or you can go on the website. But if you call us in for 10 to 66 11 20 on you can schedule a time to come on in or go to our website. Safe retirement solutions dot com Anyway, So here are the rules for getting your Social security. While still collecting unemployment. Now you really can't do both. If you're hoping to collect both Social Security and unemployment. You're in luck. There's really nothing standing in your way of getting both. As long as you qualify for unemployment on your state's requirements, you can get these benefits even if you're collecting Social Security. And while unemployment benefits can be reduced under state rules, if you earn income from doing work while you receive them, you won't see your checks reduced. Based on the money that you get coming from the Social Security administration, which is where the money comes from. No. Although some states did DOC benefits in the past, they've all repealed. The rules allowing that and the money from unemployment also encounters wages that affect the amount of your Social security checks, so there will be no reduction in your retirement benefits. Based on your jobless benefits claims. In short, you get to keep the full amount from both unemployment and the social security that you're entitled to under each program, which really can go a long way with helping ends meet with this Corona virus mess has been going on. Now, keep in mind that your Social Security benefits could be affected if you go back to work, So that's something you have to take into consideration if you reach your full retirement age this year, But you want to work before one of work before you collect your benefits will be reduced if you have earned income if you collect your benefits prior to the full retirement age. Depending upon the year you were born. It's anywhere from 66 to 67 is considered your full retirement age, so If you were born in 1954 66 then they had two months on each year it they're after. So if you're born in 1955 it's six months, 6 66 in two months. If you lose out on social Security benefits by going backto work and earning above the allowable limit, the money doesn't disappear forever, though at your full retirement age of benefits are re calculated to a cat port and your monthly checks. Could get a little bit better for you. So again. There's earnings test you collect early you have earned income can't exceed 18,240 hours. If it does, you'll have a reduction in Social Security benefits. Still, you might find it's worth claiming, says security while you temporarily unemployed if your benefits will just disappear once you get backto work, especially if you're claiming benefits early and risking early filing penalties because of it. Now it's important that you make sure that you understand the benefits that you're entitled to, and maximize your benefits is more important than ever as fears of the Chinese Corona virus based recession. Continue to mount. Look at all the volatility in the markets. I mean last week, it was like crazy dropped 1800 points in one day than the next day itself almost 500 points and it's just it's Would you like to escape from that in your retirement?.

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"hastings center" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"hastings center" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"That is James James what was his middle name James workers Henry James Marshall has James Marshall Hendrix R. six eighty musicologist had it right he was a safe retirement solutions radio I am rubber row we here with a live show bring jobs home make it here the Donald Trump of genders buy American deregulate and innovate this agenda is going to benefit both americana me as well as our national security now you know why because now we're going to start make our medical supplies here and not in China as a matter of fact the United States believe it or not is dramatically dependent on China for medical supplies that include among them are prescription drugs and their ingredients that's according to Rosemary Gibson senior adviser at the Hastings center and co author of the China or X. exposing the risk of America's dependence on China for medicine the Chinese corona virus actually helped expose our dependence on China as a risk to our national security we are dependent on China for our prescription drugs ninety percent of the core ingredients the chemicals and other ingredients depend on China so much so that last week the beat China act was introduced into the Senate short for the bring entrepreneurial achievements to consumers here in North America act the B. China act introduced by Ted Cruz incentivize pharmaceutical companies and medical device suppliers to relocate their businesses here in the United States you listen to safe retirement solutions radio if you would like to schedule a visit I know you hear my **** a lot here on that one six eighty WCBS the guys here are great to me and I got a lot of good friends here and my friends include bill o'reilly and Sean Hannity he hear of that promoting the safe retirement solutions anyway if you would like to schedule a visit you actually can't come on into the office in either Annapolis or talisman and schedule an in person visit and you'll come in you meet with me rod Borrelli and the rest of our team in either Annapolis or Townson all you have to do give us a call or you can go on the website but kept if you call us at four ten two six six eleven twenty and you can schedule a time to come on in or go to our website safe retirement solutions dot com anyway so here are the rules for getting your social security while still collecting unemployment that you really can do both if you're hoping to collect both social security and unemployment you're in luck there's really nothing standing in your way of getting both as long as you qualify for unemployment on your state's requirements you can get these benefits even if you're collecting social security while unemployment benefits can be reduced understate roles have you earned income from doing work while you receive them you won't see your checks reduced based on the money that you get coming from the Social Security Administration which is where the money comes from now although some states did doc benefits in the past they've all repealed the rules allowing that and then the money from unemployment also want cameras wages that affect the amount of your social security checks so there will be no reduction in your retirement benefits based on your jobless benefits claims in short you get to keep the full amount from both unemployment and the social security that you're entitled to under each program which really can go a long way with helping ends meet with this coronavirus mess it's been going on now keep in mind that your social security benefits could be affected if you go back to work so that's something they have to take into consideration if you reach your full retirement age this year but you want to work before it gets to you L. one of work before you collect them your benefits will be reduced if you have earned income if you collect your benefits prior to full retirement age and depending upon the year you were born it's anywhere from sixty six to sixty seven is considered your full retirement age so if you're born in nineteen fifty four to sixty six and then they had two months on each year there after so if you're born in nineteen fifty five it's six months the six sixty six in two months if you lose out on social security benefits by going back to work and earning above the allowable limit the money doesn't disappear forever though thank you for retirement age your benefits are recalculated to account for it and your monthly checks kids get a little bit better for you so again there's earnings test if you collect girly you have earned income can't exceed eighteen thousand two hundred forty dollars if it does you'll have a reduction in social security benefits still you might find it's worth claiming social security while you're temporarily unemployed if your benefits will just disappear once you get back to work especially if you're claiming benefits early and risking early filing penalties because of it now it's important that you make sure that you understand the benefits that you're entitled to maximize your benefits is more important than ever as fears of the Chinese corona virus based recession continue to melt look at all the volatility in the markets in the last week it was like crazy dropped eighteen hundred points in one day then the next day itself almost five hundred points in it's just that it's it's would you like to escape from that in your retirement would you like to know that you have.

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"hastings center" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"hastings center" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"This is an N. B. C. news radio special reports the corona virus at one point cove in nineteen fears had the Dow Jones industrial average down by more than two thousand points after fifteen minutes of a pause the Dow is now off around sixteen hundred points S. and P. and nasdaq down between six and seven percent president trump says the government is doing a good job on testing for the covert nineteen virus critics say the US is tested fewer than ten thousand and by comparison south Korea's testing nearly ten thousand people a day senators are hearing from medical professionals about the impact corona viruses having on supply chains the Hastings center senior adviser rose merry Gibson told the committee that they are now rationing essential medicines including critical antibiotics the reason ninety percent of chemicals used in common medicines are sourced in China and princess cruises are taking drastic action to stop the spread of the corona virus no cruises for sixty days this is a special report the corona virus W. O. A. I. traffic center road construction to keep in mind walking off the right lane thirty five southbound ed Walters only see minor delays also sold eighteen Wheeler it's affecting the right shoulder thirty seven southbound at I. ten no major delays but have your delays from a stalled eighteen Wheeler actually blocking the left lane I. ten westbound at thirty five I'm alley area news radio twelve hundred W. away I this report is sponsored by Bob Evans dinner sides make meal time easy and delicious with Bob Evans side dishes like mashed potatoes and mac and cheese they're made with real milk butter cheese and potatoes and already in the microwave in six minutes try.

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"hastings center" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"hastings center" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"DUDE. Now but the corona viruses outbreaks playing out just as those medical experts. Senate would someday. I think you should worry. Because if the experts are right well we still got a lot to be afraid of what you go back to the words of Dr Tony. Fallacies perhaps the best epidemiologist in the whole world. He said this fires from keep spreading China. He said it would sweep through the developing world rapidly because most of those countries don't have comprehensive public healthcare systems as for the US fouled she predicted in clipped but authoritative way that the virus will spread more slowly. Here giving us a better chance of nursing hits victims back to health. Maybe even over time finding antiviral sadly all this is happening and none of them is bullish by the way. It's what the market today some extent though it should be expected yet. Wall Street keeps thinking. This outbreak has to have an engine even though faust. You certainly not saying that end. Even what are the consequences not listen the expert? Simple you end up getting blindsided. This type of the markets rolled over this week. Look I keep telling you that we need to wait for the other shoe to drop this epidemic and this choose keep falling. We keep raising in raising cash for my child. Trust actually response DOT COM club. Because I don't know I mean I'm confident that there are more shoes waiting in the wings because so many officials are terrified of notice their turf. I'd revealing bad news about the virus especially in China. That means we can't really get our arms around the implications the date. You want an example. Let me introduce you to Rosemary. Gipson from the Hastings Center. It's a nonpartisan Bioethics Research Institute. She's the author of China Rx exposing the risk of America's dependence on China for medication does not title say it'll I'll give some because she started tweeting but her book published in two thousand eighteen months early pressure. She's plays at the medicine. We rely on for all sorts of illnesses now come just from China and even when their made elsewhere like people say wait a second there in India there and can't wait on the chemical components are often sourced from China. She's planning work. She's got me worried too. So what happens to the pharmaceutical industry? When the largest quarantining human history grimes the Chinese economy to halt shortages. That's why people can't get their medicines. Prices Skyrocket. This is important that I actually brought it up this morning. My old friend Larry cudlow the president's chief economic advisor we interviewed him on TV on Squawk on the street. I only had to tell the president and Larry said he would do it right after we spoke to him. Who's thinking about what might happen if we run out of pills now? I think that's more than likely given that. We outsource more eighty percent of our medications to China either directly or for critical gradients. Who's ready for pill? Rationing had the big drought distributors taken precautions. I really hope so. Hope should not be part of the equation either way the pill shortage will likely be front and center in maybe two to three weeks. That's more run in Tori. It's already happening now with some drugs. Some drugs I take. They don't have them. I mentioned this because you have to assist MARKET WITH DECREE OF CAUTION. Every day is a real possibility that will get some new revelation about the outbreak of just picking on the pharmaceutical. Because it's so obvious things that we should have predicted because our economy is totally intertwined with China's. We are one and we shouldn't be. Did you ever imagine that? Eighty percent of our drugs could originate the People's Republic in one way or another they do. I know our government was lax about this but even I'm surprised me way to get this far. Well this has happened over the course of decades. I'm stunned. Nobody's done anything to fix it. I mean what if the Chinese and decided to shut down our pill supplies during the trade war. We got some booth there when I talk about the other shoe dropping. I mean stores potential trump's shortish. Well it hasn't done on people yet. I'm petty you'll be part of this discourse by this time next week. People be outraged. Maybe the blame China. I blame the US. How the Heck? We have let this happen. The answer we knew we just ever imagine Chinese supply chain would cut like this or maybe we magic but the risk seems so low that the former companies that drugstores tied. It was easier not to do about it because they make it so cheap.

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"hastings center" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"hastings center" Discussed on PRI's The World

"To a person with a sole catched in says some of these issues are still being debated by Jewish leaders and Jewish law doesn't fit neatly into either the anti-abortion or pro abortion rights camps. The same goes, for Islam says selene Ebrahim. She's a Muslim chaplain at Tufts University. But the question of when life begins from an Islamic perspective is easier to answer scholars have the opinion that life does begin at conception, but they're considering not just the protection of an unborn life Muslim scholars. See childbearing as a blessing, but having kids is not an obligation. Contraception is permissible. There's some disagreement on abortion with some scholars being more strictly opposed to it. But many Muslim leaders would say there are legitimate reasons to decide to terminate a pregnancy up until one hundred. Twenty days after conception. Of course, there's all sorts of complexity and contradictions, in different religious traditions, Hindus believe that the fetus contains a reborn soul at a very early stage and the scriptures prohibit abortion. But the procedure is still legal in India Buddhists from different schools of thought also believe that life begins at conception, but there's disagreement in Buddhism about abortion. Some say it's murder others, including the Dalai Lama emphasized that this is a very personal decision with unique circumstances. So what do scientists say about win human life begins Josephine Johnston is a medical ethicist at the Hastings center in garrison New York. I say a lot of discussion in the literature in mid medical ethics about conferring person hood before birth. And I think that that's partly a resistance to the notion that you can eat in think of the fetus at any point is. From the mother until she actually is boom. Johnston says for her it's difficult to think about the life of the unborn in isolation. Because there's always another human life. That's involved. And that person's perspective is extraordinarily relevant. She says when medical ethicists have wrestled with that question about the status of an embryo, or fetus, they don't see it as just property, and they don't see it as fully human, but somewhere in between, for the world, I'm Matthew bell Antarctica is melting at this point that will come as no surprise. It's melting, especially fast in west Antarctica. And a new study shows.

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"hastings center" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"hastings center" Discussed on Science Friday

"Hastings in Iran workshop the summer for high school science teaches to equip them to actually teach the stuff to the and the classes and to encourage these students to reflect so there's a lot of work to be. On multiple levels. I have a tweet from Carey's as I think crisper is incredible. And some someone had to take the risk if both parents are well informed and not being coerced than I see. No moral issue. I only have my own tune credible children, thanks to the quote miracle of science. So the one thing I wanted to say about that kind of I I really understand why people would like to leave these decisions with parents. And at the end of the day. I actually agree with it. But I want to know that we all know that there Amini social pressures bearing down on people as they make decisions about this kind of thing. So if you started to see a patent, for instance of American parents choosing genes associated with lighter skin color, you might think oh that's just parents making their own free choices or you could understand that that's the result of piston racism in the country. So there really are social issues and cultural context that shape the kinds of decisions. People make and it's important to OB addressing those inside fires. They represent unjust situations. So I I really value autonomy and individual decision-making. But I want us to not forget that. There are injustices and inequalities that can put a lot of pressure on people to make choices they might not otherwise make do do you think that this news about this will open the beginning a conversation like we're having an make one lasting conversation. You think that's going to happen? You know, what I yeah? I I'm not shot. She I think what's interesting is to my mind. It slow us shifted the conversation a little because up until this point. I think though is possibly a naive view that we could draw a line that that would be a very bright line between applications of gene editing that might be appropriate treating embryos from parents who are carrying an inherited genetic mutation, for example, but the other applications, which broadly considered personal preference or enhancement should not be crossed. And I think if anything I've been thinking this week that now that the genie's out of the bottle so to speak. It's just completely ridiculous. I think to talk about only having you know, sort of a Sarah -peutic applications, if this goes forward, even with the sort of best of intentions to treat, you know, truly terrible genetic diseases, then this is going to sort of, you know, further develop the technology make it safer make it. It easier. And then, you know, I don't say how you control the line tool. All right. We're going to leave it there and come back to this very important topic Josephine Jonathan is a bioethicist director of research at the Hastings center in garrison New York, Paula canon, professor of molecular microbiology and immunology at the kick school of medicine the USC in Los Angeles. Thank you both for taking time to discuss this with us things having me. Yeah. Thank you. Think of something symmetrical in the natural world, meaning you can reflect them in a mirror, and they'll look the same. For example, two wings of a butterfly the two sides of a leaf the two sides of your face. But surprise surprise many things you'll encounter in biology are built on a foundation of a symmetry even down to the cellular level your tissues tilt and twist and take on shapes that no amount of reflection will make into mirror images. In fact, your heart is solidly on the left side of your chest. Right. And even your lungs are two different sizes where does this come from researchers writing in science or on the trail of one mecca mechanism a single protein that seems to twist cells in fruit flies bodies until the entire animal is warped here to explain his that is Dr Michael austat, a professor of physiology university of Pennsylvania's Perelman school of medicine in Philadelphia. Welcome to science. Friday. Thanks so much for having me Jill down for a so what are the different ways organisms might be symmetrical?.

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"hastings center" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"hastings center" Discussed on Science Friday

"If you lie the daughter, he was going after this is a molecule that's important for a lot of the way that our immune system response to viruses. And for example, people who naturally don't have C c off five a much more likely to have a bad outcome if they're infected with certain viruses. The most significant one that I know of his West Nile virus which most of the time causes an ace symptomatic infection. But people who don't have C c off five a much more at risk of having a very devastating neurological complications from this disease. And certainly I've I've also had the flu story. Although I think that's only been demonstrated really convincingly in mice that have been engineered not to have CC or five Dr cannon what are the guidelines in place here in the United States right now about using crisper and embryos show us. So there's multiple levels were this is regulated, you know, the United States along with many nations has just guidelines in general about how you could do any sort of experimentation if you like on on humans at any stage of the life, and you know, when we have even new drugs on you, therapists, they festival have to get approval multiple levels. Festival from the FDA. And then Secondly within your own institution. There will be a board referred to as the institutional review board, which is typically a group of clinicians, scientists and members of the community that also evaluates whether what you are doing is is siphoned appropriate. And I'm with the special case of doing any sort of genetic manipulation, including gene editing. The United States also has a review body called the recombinant DNA advisory committee that looks at this so multiple multiple levels, Dr Johnston Kenya, get international consensus on any of these guidelines. Well, there's so it depends. How many countries you want in your group and wanted to say you have it, but there's been a good amount of international consensus on research effects on how to do research in humans and what the appropriate safeguards need to be. I think that the the summary statement from. The the will the summit that just happened in Hong Kong, which is a a the second the first summit being in DC in two thousand fifteen you know, that's a consensus statement, essentially from those groups and representing three countries. And they they don't I'm sure don't agree on everything. And they even in the in the document, they note that different countries will ultimately probably want to have some of their own specific roles, but they're certainly pretty clear that they all agree that the work is not able you shouldn't be doing this kind of germline, gene editing, just yet, and it she I wanted to add that the US government. The congress actually has an has actually passed a piece of two budget writer that was passed. I in twenty fifteen but has been passed since that that that prohibits the FDA from looking at any application to do clerical work that would result in heritable change. So that would cover this kind of study. And so it's up to cannons. Did you would have to go to the FDA if you wanted to? Do this kind of experiment in the United States, but the but congress has actually prohibited. The if day from looking at those from entertaining, so you couldn't get permission right now. It would actually be against the law. I have a quick tweet. I want to get to before the break about a minute. Adam right says I as a type one diabetic if gene editing have been around when I was conceived. I wouldn't be suffering today. How do you answer that? Well, let's not strictly correct? I would guess because type one diabetes was still not sure what triggers that in many cases. So it'd be really hard to sort of make a change into an embryo to make you resistance that. However, you know, there are lots of other potential new types of therapies that are being developed to treat tight one diabetes that use gene therapies and cell therapy. So there's some some positive things I think coming down the line that can treat people who have type one diabetes, but the idea that we could predict this the embryo level and make changes to protect his is not correct or badly. We're gonna talk a quick break and talk more about this. When we come back with my guests just feed Johnston bioethicist and director of research at the Hastings center in garrison New York, Paula canon, professor of molecular microbiology and immunology at the USC in Los Angeles. I number eight four four seven two four eight to five we'll.

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"hastings center" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"hastings center" Discussed on Science Friday

"Listener supported w in Y C studios. This is science Friday. I am I replied oh this week. A Chinese scientist made a stunning announcement. He claimed to have used crisper to edit the genome of embryos to altering gene that plays a role in HIV infection. And then twin girls were born earlier this month from these embryos, and there may be more babies the Chinese government halted research in this area, and the committee of the second international summit on human genome editing, which happened this week in Hong Kong released a statement that said, quote, it would be irresponsible very responsible to proceed with any clinical. Use of heritable germ line is taking crisper too far. What are some of the ethical, social and regulatory ideas that we should be thinking as gene editing technology moves forward, where would you draw the line with gene editing? What questions do you have about? Crisper, and what it can do we want to hear from you. Our number eight four four seven two four eight two five five that's eight four four seven two four eight two five five you can also tweet us at sei, fry. That's what we're gonna be talking about. With by next guests Josephine Johnston is a bioethicist and director of research at the Hastings center in garrison New York. Welcome to signs Friday. Thanks, a heavy me bake. Your welcome Paul cannon is a professor of molecular micro, biology and immunology at the Keck school of medicine at at the university of southern California in Los I Los Angeles, walk of the science Friday. Hello IRA and Sarah number eight four four seven two four eight two five five if you would like to chime in Paula the scientist, actor, he he did not publish a study or show the data. So right now, it's still a claim. But you'd think he actually did Jeanette at these kids. I think so. Yes, suddenly from the data. He's presented. If wanna see him see is falsifying anything it. It looks pretty compelling to me that he has done what he's claimed to do. But of course, I I'm going to white to see the actual data when he submits it. And indeed when it gets published, but I I think most people would probably, you know, think that he has done what he's claimed to do. Josephine crisper hasn't been around for that long ago. You surprised that this happened? Not that it happened at all. But I wasn't expecting it to happen this week or even really this year. So it does seem like the kind of thing that, you know, certain people are going to want to try to do, but I hadn't been expecting it yet because the safety questions do seem rather lodge in that Manx using it to create children's same quite risky. Well, let let me ask you about that. Because what line was crossed here..

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Thyroid medication recalled after failed inspection at Chinese manufacturer

Dr. Daliah

01:23 min | 3 years ago

Thyroid medication recalled after failed inspection at Chinese manufacturer

"I guess the FDA has now had to recall thyroid eight. Tablets that were made by Chinese firm he was announced the recall of Westminster pharmaceutical. Tablets gives you the risk of adulteration, he said in an August ninth, statement the FDA said that Levi firearms sin and Lyle fiber. Nin fifteen milligrams thirty milligrams sixty ninety one hundred twenty milligram. Tablets are being recalled as precautionary measures some leave off the, rocks and doesn't come. In those doses the life, thyroid does but the Leyva Farrukh said I don't have the doses if it's the fifty microgram or the seventy five microgram So the agency. Said they were manufactured using active pharmaceutical, ingredients that were sourced prior to, the FDA's import alert regarding that a Chinese firm made the. Products a two thousand seventeen inspection of China's one friendly pharmaceutical. Company drugs discovered deficiencies and could represent the possibility of risk, being introduced into the. Manufacturing process was Mr. pharmaceutical, Senate has received any reports of adverse incidents related to the products which is good But the FDA of course stake of cautions

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"hastings center" Discussed on 1A

1A

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"hastings center" Discussed on 1A

"We made the decision and we are happy she is in a better place margaret lewis i am facing hospice decisions for my parents particularly my mother and it seems that the most difficult aspect of making a hospice decision is everybody acknowledging that a hospice decision is necessary i think that is biggest challenge and that is why so many people enter hospice and only spend a couple of days and it before passing away i don't think that delaying the decision is the best choice and bob an abbey for sharing your stories you know modern medicine offers many options for prolonging life today we'll talk about how we deal with letting life and that's just ahead ever listen to the news and wonder is there anything good happening out there i'm indie thomas from npr's how in the world and each week guiran i take you and your kids on wild adventures to explore the most wow worthy news stories on the planet find in the world an apple podcasts joining us here in studio is rosemary gibson senior adviser at the hastings center which is a bioethics research institute she is the author of treatment trap how the overuse of medical care is wrecking your health and what you can do to prevent it and she led the robert wood johnson foundation's initiative to bring palliative care into the nation's hospitals rosemary welcome to one a josh scrape to be here also with us in studio is a name that many fans of public radio might know diane ream is working on a film about aid in dying called when my time comes one a is the successor to the diane ream show which she hosted for thirty seven years currently she hosts a weekly podcast called diane ream on my mind diane welcome joshua so good to be here and joining us from lacrosse wisconsin is but hammas a clinical ethicists and executive director of respecting choices the group provides a model for advanced care planning that's being replicated across the.

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"hastings center" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"hastings center" Discussed on Science Friday

"A final wrap up conversation with two two readers who've been reading and thinking about this but for a while elizabeth bear speculative and science fiction author and it just johnston of bioethicists with the hastings center and went three to we're going to do that that is on february ninth ira worry nine both these these readers have spent a ton of time thinking about the story beginning where you we're going to have you read it and let you give us comments you wanna comment that will play on the year that the number again accrues to give at his five six seven two four three two four or five six we don't want a twominute you send it i mean in a sense of the records die we want a just to be a short little short question or a comment now you know i'm a big fan of the movie gene wild is funny take on a euroready mentioned a lot of the things that are in the movies and both movies are not in the book and one key thing to remember that everybody confuses is the months there is not frankenstein iraq uh this is the thing that i let i think people can get a little maybe a little too pedantic about but yeah hit the it's victor frankenstein is your scientists and he actually doesn't have a name in the book victor frankenstein calls the monster a lot of different kind of mean names the creature the demon uh i think he calls in the abortion at one point uh but i think also it's worth reflecting on whether may be uh you know as we read the book perhaps victor frankenstein himself has some qualities that might not be considered monstrous along the way on some maybe maybe the monster is frankenstein inaugurations.

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"hastings center" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"hastings center" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Health insurance coverage and health what the recent evidence tells us a sounding board article by benjamin summers from the harvard t h chan school of public health boston the national debate over the affordable care act has involved substantial discussion about what effects if any insurance coverage has on health and mortality the prospect that the laws replacement might lead to millions of americans losing coverage has brought this empirical question into sharp focus for instance politicians have recently argued that the number of people with health insurance is not a useful policy metric and that no one dies from a lack of access to health care however assessing the impact of insurance coverage on health is complex health effects may take a long time to appear can vary according to insurance benefit design and are often clouded by confounding factors nonetheless over the past decade highquality studies have shed light on the effects of coverage on care and health these authors review and synthesize this evidence focusing on the most rigorous studies from the past decade the body of evidence indicates that coverage expansions significantly increase patients access to care and use of preventive care primary care chronic illness treatment medications and surgery these increases appear to produce significant multifaceted and nuanced benefits to health the data also suggest that policies that reduce coverage will produce significant harm to health particularly among people with lower incomes and chronic conditions supporting women's autonomy in prenatal testing a perspective article by josephine johnston from the hastings center garrison new york.

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