35 Burst results for "Murthy"

Harris, surgeon general, warn of health care worker burnout

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Harris, surgeon general, warn of health care worker burnout

"After more than two years of the COVID-19 pandemic the Biden administration is warning many of the nation's healthcare workers are simply burned out We all have it We all remember that We all know what it looks like As they spoke with doctors and others at Washington's children's national hospital vice president Harris and Surgeon General Vivek Murthy saw and heard the signs They use words like burned out Traumatized Murthy's released a report warning that the situation is not addressed many could quit a projected 3 million essential low wage health workers in the next 5 years nearly 140,000 doctors in 11 years We need to do a better job of taking care of you Harris told workers the administration's calling for new investments and steps to protect their mental well-being including more counseling and worker safety Sagar Meghani Washington

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Mika Brzezinski Presses Biden Official Over Baby Formula Shortage

The Dan Bongino Show

01:20 min | 3 months ago

Mika Brzezinski Presses Biden Official Over Baby Formula Shortage

"So here's brzezinski like hey you know you guys gonna handle this thing are you gonna play tiddlywinks all day Like what are you guys doing And keep in mind this is no act of journalistic integrity They are trying to save liberalism they're gonna throw these people under the bus one by one Check this out Doctor Murthy with respect I'm missing something here I'm not feeling an intensity Do you want to know where there is not a baby formula crisis In Poland on the border where they took in almost 4 million people in three months and there's enough formula there There's food They've set up housing They've been able to do all of this By the way with the help with the fundamental help of the U.S. Military So my question is why isn't there the same mobilization Here in America for this crisis I mean mothers are being told to go to websites or to drive hours or to try formula that might make their babies sick Are we really here And what is solving the problem not in a matter of weeks but what are we going to see formula in the mouths of babies in America without any stress in terms of getting it Omega I understand that the concern He's like anyone got a wipey like I don't know what to do He's stunned that he was asked an actual question

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China Censors Ukraine; Surgeon General Censors COVID 'Misinformation'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:18 min | 5 months ago

China Censors Ukraine; Surgeon General Censors COVID 'Misinformation'

"I told you before the break how I got an email from the email morning blast from axios this morning and they're one big thing story was China's censors Ukraine Apparently the Chinese government doesn't want any pro Ukrainian messages getting out there because they're tyrants and they want to make you to believe we want to make you believe that there's this large and growing support for Russia and that the Ukrainians are evil awful people for fighting for their freedom So they're censoring it Which I thought is super weird Because the Surgeon General of the United States just did the exact same thing with regards to COVID policy here and yet people like axios the cat lady Politico and others never seemed to make the connection The Surgeon General of the United States in name only the sagano Vivek Murthy had just put out an edict demanding that big tech companies produce to him He's the Surgeon General He's not George Patton like a four star general or 5 surgeon He is a Surgeon General And he's demanding big tech companies produce them information about COVID misinformation online And when they say misinformation what they mean is anything that doesn't align 100% with their already false narratives about COVID

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"murthy" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

04:03 min | 9 months ago

"murthy" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"Our teeth each day, this world would really be a different place. And Chris I can actually just add to what Richie is so beautifully said. I think in a modern society that is hyper obsessed with efficiency and with using every moment. I think this is what's really striking to me about well-being. So many of the pillars of well-being that Ritchie and his team have so eloquently written about including insight and purpose and awareness in connection, these don't necessarily require hours and hours a day. You know, sometimes it is as simple moments that can generate so much benefit. Because again, I think our bodies are actually our minds are hard wired. For connection for well-being, we just have to feed it at least even a little bit. But it's also think about what you said earlier, Krista, about learning about ourselves by being comfortable with ourselves. Connecting with ourselves, that is so extraordinarily important, but not an area that we focus on when we think about a child's education and what they need to know to be happy and successful in life. Today, earlier today. We had a parent teacher conference for my two children. They're 5 and three and a half at the age of enchanting. And it was very interesting that the teachers asked us, so what are your goals for your child in school? In a share, I found myself writing and being like, well, do we want them to focus a bit on reading? Do we want them to focus on social interaction? What do we want them to really focus on? And it's only after I hung up the phone that it struck me that actually the most important thing I want for them is to be comfortable with themselves is to be comfortable in their own skin. There's this beautiful poem, which I suspect both of you know by Mary Oliver, while these were the first few lines really remind me of this. She says you do not have to be good. You do not have to walk on your knees for a hundred miles to the desert repenting. You only have to let the soft animal of your body love what it loves. And that is so simply putting it so elusive. I find him in society which tells us to chase many different things. Whether it's good grace and a resume in school or whether it's well power and fame, which is I think the three big goals that society tells us constitutes our self worth. But this pandemic for me is maybe we think a lot of things. But one of them is, what are we seeking to give to our children through their education, both in school and out of school? How can we best give them the best shot of living a healthy fulfilling and happy life? So stunning to introduce those lines of Mary Oliver because you know I would say one effect of the pandemic also especially in that early period was that we were forced back to this realization of the soft, the soft animal of our bodies that we are all that are creaturely existence. I'm Krista tippett and this is on being today with U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy and neuroscientist, Richard Davidson. Richie, I'd love to go a little bit deeper into the four pillars of.

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"murthy" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

07:52 min | 9 months ago

"murthy" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"Surgeon General, Vivek Morty and neuroscientist, Richard Davidson. There is, as always, a shorter produced version of this wherever you found this podcast. Greetings, everyone. I'm Richard Davidson and I'm very happy and honored to be with all of you this evening. And especially deeply honored to welcome our special guests for this conversation to dear Friends of mine, one is Vivek murti. The Surgeon General of the United States, I first got to know Vivek during his tenure when he was Surgeon General under president Obama. And I'm so deeply grateful for everything you are doing for our country, particularly with the challenges that we now face. And also welcoming my dear friend and esteemed journalist thought leader Christa tippett, whose podcast on being has brought the sacred to everyday life of so many thousands millions of people worldwide. So I'd like to now turn it over to Krista, who will moderate for this evening. And thank you both so much for being with us. Hello. It's such an honor and a pleasure to be here to be part of this event to be here with all of you who are joining us by this miracle of zoom. Imperfect and yet miraculous all the same. If any of you have listened to me or read things I've been writing over the last few years, I have so often used these words. I said, as we walk beyond what we've been living through, we have a world to remake. And so of course I had to say yes, to this invitation to this event called the world we make. And in the context of drawing out Richard Davidson and Surgeon General Vivek Murthy and their deep intelligence and vision from the realms of science and public health expansively understood about the agency we have and how we are learning about the agents we have to grow and shape our minds and our bodies and our presence in and into the world. It's such a strange and hard and fascinating time we are called to be part of so much healing and so much growth and at the same time we are learning a great deal that can help us move us forward as a species. So I think that is my audacious vision for what we're going to the ground we will traverse in this next hour or so. And I'd like to start. I also want to encourage the two of you to speak to each other. This will be this will be a conversation. And I'd like to start with the language of well-being. That is kind of a primary concept. It's a word and a phrase that is used a great deal by the two of you. It's relatively new in our life together. And really, we are having these rapidly evolving cathartic shifts in understanding the fullness of what that means and can mean. And I would say that you have both lived through those cathartic shifts and also been part of them. And I'd like to start with just asking, thinking about that language of well-being what understanding of that did you inherit or imbibe growing up and in the early training you had in your fields? And what has that phrase come to point at for your know? Are you two? Would you like to go first? Please vote. Why don't you take it first? Well first, let me just say, what a joy it is for me to be here with both of you. I have such deep admiration for both of you in the work you've done and the immense contributions you've made to society. I've learned from both of you over the years and just feel very blessed and privileged to have this chance to converse. Well, it's interesting question you ask, Krista, I think that my earliest teachers in medicine and in life for my parents, and they didn't use the word well-being, but they conveyed a concept of what well-being was to me. And I was very, very young. And what they helped me understand was that it wasn't just enough not to be ill. But that there was a whole spectrum on which we could live and operate. And part of deriving in life, according to my mother and father, when I was a child, was doing the things that allowed you to function on the highest end, if you will. Of your scale, where you were being who you were, enjoying life, contributing to society. And as they got older, it's interesting I went to medical school. I trained as a doctor. The concept of well-being didn't really come up very much. We were felt in training we were very focused on identifying and eliminating disease. An important endeavor, no doubt. But it felt like half of this story and the other half about how to optimize our sense of well-being, if you will. That was not so much the focus. They weren't words for it. There wasn't an approach for it. There wasn't science and data that we talked about and reviewed in the classroom. But I will see now in finally thinking about not only my life now, but thinking about the responsibility that I've been privileged to take on to think about and to do everything I can to support the broader health of our country. I think about well-being a lot. Because I think we have an opportunity to really see health in its broadest sense to redefine public health, not just as the absence of disease. But really, as the endeavor that we all need to undertake to cultivate our ability to live at the top end of our scale, if you will. And through that, to not only enjoy life and contribute the most to the people around us, but to contribute also to society in the way that can move all of us forward and help us get through very difficult times like this pandemic. We will pursue that further. So Richie, well-being. What understanding did you inherit and how has that evolved? Yeah, I love that question. And I'm finding that I'm spontaneously recalling events from my childhood, my father was a businessman, not connected in any way with academics. And I remember times when the details aren't what's critical here, but situations where he was in a business relationship with someone and I remember very distinctly that there was an agreement to these individuals were not able to pay for something that had been agreed upon. And I remember my father working out some kind of water arrangement. And..

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"murthy" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

06:40 min | 9 months ago

"murthy" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"Foundation for a loving world. Fetchers new study, what does spirituality mean to us? Reveals how spirituality informs our understanding of ourselves and each other, and inspires us to take action for the common good. Explore these findings and more at spirituality study dot org. What if the future of well-being is about tipping the scales in the world away from fear and toward love? And what if it's a Surgeon General of the United States, doctor Vivek morti, who talks this way? I engage him together with his friend, the groundbreaking, neuroscientist, Richard Davidson. I'm Krista tippett and this is on being. This conversation was part of a zoom event hosted by the center for healthy minds. Richard Davidson, who everyone knows as Richie, welcomed the online audience and I offered an introduction. Hello, it's such an honor and a pleasure to be here. If any of you have listened to me or read things I've been writing over the last few years, I have so often used these words. I said, as we walk beyond what we've been living through, we have a world to remake. And so of course I had to say yes, to this invitation to this event called the world we make. And in the context of drawing out Richard Davidson and Surgeon General Vivek Murthy and their deep intelligence and vision from the realms of science and public health, expansively understood about the agency we have and how we are learning about the agents we have to grow and shape our minds and our bodies and our presence in and into the world. It's such a strange and hard and fascinating time we are called to be part of so much healing and so much growth and at the same time we are learning a great deal that can help move us forward as a species. So I think that is my audacious vision for what we're going to the ground we will traverse in this next hour, so. I also want to encourage the two of you to speak to each other. This will be a conversation. And I'd like to start with the language of well-being. That is kind of a primary concept. It's a word and a phrase that is used a great deal by the two of you. It's relatively new in our life together and really we are having these rapidly evolving cathartic shifts and understanding the fullness of what that means and can mean. And I would say that you have both lived through those cathartic shifts and also been part of them. And I'd like to start with just asking, thinking about that language of well-being, what understanding of that did you inherit or imbibe growing up and in the early training you had in your fields? And what has that phrase come to point at for your know? Well first, let me just say, what a joy it is for me to be here with both of you. I have such deep admiration for both of you in the work you've done and the immense contributions you've made to society. I've learned from both of you over the years and just feel very blessed and privileged to have this chance to converse. Well, it's interesting question you ask, Krista, I think that my earliest teachers in medicine and in life were my parents. And they didn't use the word well-being, but they conveyed a concept of what well-being was to me. When I was very, very young. And what they helped me understand was that it wasn't just enough not to be ill. But that there was a whole spectrum on which we could live and operate. And part of thriving in life, according to my mother and father, when I was a child, was doing the things that allowed you to function on the highest end, if you will. Of your scale, where you were being who you were, enjoying life, contributing to society. And as they got older, it's interesting I went to medical school. I trained as a doctor. The concept of well-being didn't really come up very much. We were felt in training we were very focused on identifying and eliminating disease. An important endeavor, no doubt. But it felt like half of this story, and the other half about how to optimize our sense of well-being, if you will. That was not so much the focus. They weren't words for it. There wasn't an approach for it. It wasn't science and data that we talked about and reviewed in the classroom. But I will say now when I finally thinking about not only my life now, but thinking about the responsibility that I've been privileged to take on to think about and to do everything I tend to support the broader health of our country, I think about well-being a lot because I think we have an opportunity to really see health in its broadest sense to redefine public health, not just as the absence of disease. But really, as the endeavor that we all need to undertake to cultivate our ability to live at the top end of our scale, if you will. And through that, to not only enjoy life and contribute the most of the people around us, but to contribute also to society in the way that can move all of us forward and help us get through very difficult times like this pandemic. We will pursue that further. So Richie, well-being. What understanding did you inherit and how has that evolved? Yeah, I love that question. And I'm finding that I'm spontaneously recalling events from my childhood, my father was a businessman, not connected in any way with academics. And I remember times when the details aren't what's critical here, but situations where he was in a business relationship with someone and I remember very distinctly that there was an agreement to these individuals were not able to pay for something that had been agreed upon..

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"murthy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:04 min | 10 months ago

"murthy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"John former president Donald Trump failed to block the release of documents sought by a U.S. House panel investigating the January 6th capitol riot U.S. district judge tena chucklin in Washington denied Trump's request for an injunction last night Trump immediately filed notice that he will appeal the ruling Trump had asked the court in October to stop the national archives from releasing the documents to Congress invoking executive privilege The House committee investigating the capital riot as a peanut more aides to Donald Trump the ten include his former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany and senior adviser Stephen Miller Former federal prosecutor Lori Levinson says the committee wants to know what the president was doing and saying on that day and the days leading up to the 6th For example you have The White House deputy chief of staff and the fact that he in fact was thinking of resigning on the day but was persuaded presumably by the president and people close to him to stay in School professor and former prosecutor Laurie Levinson The Surgeon General released tips to help people fight COVID vaccine misinformation among people in their own close circle Earlier this year Surgeon General Vivek Murthy issued an advisory declaring vaccine misinformation to public health emergency Murthy says misinformation has become hard to spot as campaigns have become more sophisticated It has for example tips on how people can have conversations with their family members about misinformation As instructions and guidance for them and how to recognize health misinformation when it presents itself Surgeon General Murthy spoke to ABC Governments are poised to express alarm and concern about global warming already happening and encourage one another to end their use of coal That's according to a draft released today of the final document expected at UN climate talks the early version of the document also impresses on countries the need to cut carbon dioxide emissions by about half by the year 2030.

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"murthy" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

07:18 min | 10 months ago

"murthy" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"On this valuation. And so the other thing was is that he always seemed kind of crazy with the things that he was talking about. How he was going to run in Israel for office. And how he was going to turn this lifestyle and to work. They seem to live on a different planet. It was always like, what is he talking about when you listen to some of this stuff? And obviously some people believed it. But then it just felt like, okay, the market at some point said the emperor was wearing no clothes. And that's just kind of seems how it all fell apart around that. The other thing is so interesting that he's not down at the New York Stock Exchange yesterday. They don't want him there. I'm sure he wasn't invited to come up on the belt. This is like Travis kalanick, when Uber came out. And by the way, this guy makes Travis kalanick look pretty good. In retrospect. That's actually very interesting question. Travis, I wonder how history books will look at Travis because we all use ubers now. And depending on what happens to we work, right? Right. You'll look back and maybe. I don't know. It's just there's so much there. It's so interesting. Drama. It is. Next on squawk pod, the latest in the fight against COVID. Vaccines for kids vaccine boosters and the U.S. Surgeon General. Doctor Vivek Murthy. My general recommendation is for people to get the booster of their eligible, and here's why, because the point of the boosters is to extend and enhance the already good protection that people have been getting from the vaccine. We'll be right back. Get an edge invest like a pro. Access CNBC's live streams around the globe. Unparalleled access to CNBC experts. Actionable investor insight and ideals. Start your free trial today. At CNBC dot com slash pro. Welcome back to squawk pad today with Becky quick and Andrew Ross Sorkin. This morning, the CDC approved booster shots from Moderna and Johnson & Johnson's COVID vaccines. The agency recommended the Moderna booster for elderly people and at risk adults 6 months after they got their second shot, and the CDC endorsed J&J boosters for everyone 18 and older who received the initial shot at least two months ago. Those boosters could all be available as soon as today. Now, the big question we've all been asking, can we mix and match vaccines? The panel didn't specify which vaccine should be used as a booster and instead suggested doctors decide whether to mix and match the company's vaccines on a case by case basis. Also this morning, big news from Pfizer, the company submitted FDA briefing documents detailing results of its clinical trial for kids, as it turns out, Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine was more than 90% effective in kids age 5 to 11. Becky and Andrew spoke to the U.S. Surgeon General, doctor Vivek Murthy this morning. Here's Becky. Doctor, thank you for being here. Of course, it's good to be with you today. So there's been a lot of confusion around the booster shots. At this point, anybody anybody who's had a J&J vaccine is eligible for a booster shot. People over the age of 65 are eligible for it. And then there are a lot of other qualifications of people who are at heightened risk for that as well. I think the question is, is this they are eligible for this and can get it? Or are you saying they should? Well, that's a great question. So let's just review what the FDA and CDC are recommending. They're saying number one, if you are a Johnson & Johnson vaccine recipient. And if you're someone who got the vaccine two months ago or more, that you are now eligible for a booster shot. Second, they're saying if you got the Moderna Pfizer vaccine and you're more than 6 months out, you are eligible as well if you fall into one of three high risk categories, you over 65, you've got other medical conditions like diabetes or high blood pressure that puts you at higher risk or you live and work in a place where your risk of exposure COVID is greater. You know, in terms of whether you should get that or whether it's just a possibility or my general recommendation is for people to get the booster of their eligible. And here's why, because the point of the boosters is to extend and enhance the already good protection that people have been getting from the vaccine. We know that some vaccines many vaccines that we've looked at over time. Some of them do decrease in their efficacy over over time. It doesn't mean the vaccines don't work well. It just means sometimes they need a boost to keep the protection going. We have heard this week that in the UK, the numbers have increased pretty drastically to the point where it is concerned doctors and hospitals in that country. And they are now asking for some restrictions to be put back in, whether that be wearing face masks or other issues. Do you know why the case count is up there? Is it because the vaccines efficacy is worn off? Is it because there haven't been enough vaccinated people or something else? Well, there could be several factors accounting for the UK's rise in cases. But one of them that I'll point to is the fact that it's getting colder and when the weather gets colder, we know that people go indoors and indoor settings are a better setups for the spread of COVID-19 than outdoor settings. We also know that the virus in general is better transmitted in cold weather, which is why you see so many respiratory viruses spread during the winter months. Look, we had a big search last winter here in the United States. What's different now for us in the U.S. is we have 190 million people who are fully vaccinated. So it means there are about 65 million people who are eligible who are not fully vaccinated. And that's where we've got a lot of work to do because we want as many people as possible to protection that will help keep our numbers down as winter approaches. One group that has not been allowed to be vaccinated at this point are children, anybody under the age of 12, we're anticipating that that approval will come in the next couple of weeks, how confident are you in that approval? And then what concerns do you have on the news? We just heard from Pfizer saying that 90.9 .7% efficacy is there in these clinical trials for kids aged 5 to 11, but they also admit that the trial is not big enough to really determine if there's a detective if there's any potential risks of myocarditis. Well, look, this is a very important landmark that we are approaching, which is a possibility having a vaccine for kids under 12. I say that not just as Surgeon General and as a doctor, but as a dad of two kids who are under 12 who has been eagerly waiting this moment. The FDA is reviewing the data right now. And within the next few weeks, I anticipate we will hear a decision from them. Their advisory committee is meeting later this month, the CDC advisory committee's meeting in the first week of November and soon after that we should have recommendations from them on what to do. Here's also what's important to know about kids, though. The FDA is going to look very carefully at two parameters. One is this vaccine effective in our kids under 12. And number two is it safe. You know, as a parent, I want to know the answer to those two questions before I make a decision on getting my child vaccinated. I think millions of parents do as well. So they will not put forward a recommendation to get vaccinated if they don't feel confident about the safety. Now, finally, to your point about rare side effects, there are a reason that we continue to follow people after getting a vaccine, even after the trials and the authorization is given, because if they're rare side effects, really rare side effects, you may not see them. You know, until millions and millions of people have been vaccinated. Again, the point here is that there's going to be likely strong benefit to the getting vaccinated if the FDA chooses to authorize it because we know there's a lot of COVID around. We know COVID is not benign in children, hundreds of children have died from it. Thousands have been hospitalized. And many have struggled now with long COVID, which are the prolonged symptoms of COVID.

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"murthy" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

08:02 min | 10 months ago

"murthy" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Over 90% effective for children, what's next with the U.S. Surgeon General, doctor Vivek Murthy? The FDA is going to look very carefully at two parameters. One is this vaccine effective in our kids under 12. Number two is it safe. Now as a parent, I want to know the answer to those two questions. And ready set suck it in. Or don't. We're talking to the founder of spanx, Sara blakely. This brand has so much global awareness and it'll be fun to be able to actually really start to deliver and provide products all around the world. Those stories plus snap has snapped its stock at least, and WeWork's first day of trading. It's Friday, October 22nd, 2021. Squawk pod begins right now. Stand Becky by in three, two, one, kill please. Good morning, everybody. Welcome to squawk box here on CNBC. We are live from the NASDAQ market site in Times Square. I'm Becky quick along with Andrew Ross Sorkin, Joe is out today. A lot of things happening. Snap shares, they're plunging. Do you reuse that? No, but our kids too. It is by far for teenagers. The most their most beloved network just because Instagram is for parents and told. Well, Instagram, they'll use once in a while for artsy pictures, but they're way of communicating with their friends is snap. So if they had to give up all but one of the social media snap would be the one that was interesting. Okay. Well, the company, despite all of that, that good news from quick family says that ad sales are being hurt by the privacy changes that Apple rolled out to iOS earlier this year. It's making it harder for companies to sell ads based on information they collect on users interests and locations now. Snap slump also impacting other major social media stocks, including Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest all down this morning as a result of it. This was, I think, to be expected, though they said they didn't expect it to be this bad. The online advertising players like trade desk magnite and liver ramp are also coming under a bit of pressure. But this is a lot of things that kind of are conspiring at this point. The New York Times had that story about Facebook, was it over the weekend? Right. Looking into it. And their concerns were that teen users weren't using as frequently. It had gone up to three to four hours during the pandemic, and maybe that is not going to not only continue to climb, but that's going to come back down by an hour or so a day because kids have other things that they're doing. And I think that must be impacting all of these social networks to some extent. My question to you, though, is when you get a new app on your phone, and it says allow you to track. No. You say no, I know. So you say no. I think most people probably say no. And so I do think this is probably a much harder business to be in if you are Facebook or a snap or somebody who relies on advertising. I think teenagers tend to not say no as much. Do you think because they like having their first of all, they like tracking where all of them are, and they keep track with each other and just do that and you can't do that if you don't turn it on on the phone. So I think teens are less likely to say those things. But it does show that these changes with the Apple privacy issues are going to be a much bigger impact that the market probably didn't really figure out. It's the weakness that you have for all of these apps is they're not collecting the first party data necessarily themselves. They were relying on Apple to do it and they can also say the other side. Which is I noticed the ads for me on Instagram are not as good as these to me. Oh, they work for me. I mean, you work for you. I bought this dress from an ad on Instagram. So they definitely captured me with some of the things, but I'm not the target audience by a long shot on anything. Oh no, you are. We all are. Well, anybody with money, I suppose is, but not for the ones that they're really caring about with the teens and going through. And the other thing about the millennial. That's hard. That. But what I will say is the other issue is there's not going to be as much advertising right now. The supply chain issues I kept thinking about that. If you are somebody like a Mattel or another company that can't get enough of your product in for Christmas time, how much are you actually going to be paying attention? You don't need to spend on advertising if everything is selling out before you place a single dime on advertising. So I think all of these issues are kind of coming together. Coming together at one time, and this is after the stock has had a really big run up. So all of those factors kind of together. However, we are seeing a tale of two tech giants this morning. While apple's privacy changes are slamming social players, Google slash the fees that subscription based apps are charged for the Play Store that they have. And that's in a number of the stocks that kind of rely on that surging yesterday among them. You've had duolingo, which was up by 13%. Match group, up by 10%, bumble up by 8% and then Roblox up by 6%. It's in my global market news this morning, shares of ever grand, they're on the rise. This is what happened. Overseas trading after the Chinese property developer reportedly made a bond payment battle company reportedly made the roughly $83 million payment today after missing it though last month, that triggering a 30 day grace period, which was set to expire tomorrow. Of course, now the question is, has ever grant going to miss I'm sorry, it would have entered a default if it hadn't, but there are additional payments that are to come. So this story is not over yet. You know, it just said tale of two city with tales of technology. It's the same thing here. If you are a Chinese investor, you're much better off than if you are an overseas investor who's been relying on these things that it's the overseas investors who very likely, China doesn't care about that at this point. They are much more concerned about their own economy. And by the way, you took the risk on this. So it is concerned about the rule of law see what happens and investor beware at this point if you're coming from overseas. I think. I'm with you. Wait. We are watching shares of WeWork this morning. The stock popping more than 13% yesterday as the office sharing firm finally went public through a spac deal caps a long journey for a company that was once valued as high as about $47 billion, but its initial IPO plans imploded as you remember back in 2019, while the company's leaders were at the NYSE for the opening bell where we were, founder Adam Newman was holding his own little party of sorts with dozens of former employees and his cofounder yesterday morning at the bell. Thank you all so much for coming. Miguel and I couldn't be happier than to celebrate this with our original team. We're just so proud today and for this day. And we just want to congratulate the current WeWork team. Everyone congratulate Marcelo and Sandeep for executing on this team's vision. It's an interesting dynamic because here's a guy who did create something that's obviously now of value, $10 billion of value, not 47 billion dollars of value. Clearly made a lot of mistakes along the way. The company could have demonstrably imploded. And so how much credit do you give them or don't give him for what's happened? He clearly caught the right trend, but then made lots of mistakes. Are you recognized? I mean, because his public persona has never been one that seems to take on any sort of remorse for the implosion that took place. Granted, this did wonderfully yesterday. The IPO came out well. But that's because when you're looking at 10 billion, that's the 46 billion that they got. This is the part I always look. I think there were some conflicts of interest which we talked a lot about before in terms of at one point he was buying buildings and renting them to WeWork. There were the issues of plane and governance and how the company was used selling the trademarks back and forth. But then when you say to yourself about the valuation who created the valuation, I don't believe that the valuation was created by Adam Newman. And the valuation was created by bankers and investors and frankly folks like masa son at SoftBank who were willing to do that. Now, the flip side is, all of a sudden, you have this valuation, then you go out and hire new employees and say.

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"murthy" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"murthy" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Surgeon general Vivek Murthy defends the president's efforts to expand vaccination in the U. S. He says many businesses are very supportive that the additional measures became necessary because of the Delta variant that involves focusing not just an expanding The vaccination effort through a combination of mandates and access, But it also involves focusing on increasing our testing capacity, shoring up our health care systems, which are really struggling in the face of this Delta variant Murthy was interviewed on NBC's Meet The Press. Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney. Barrett spoke at an event in Louisville Saturday. As Jess Clark of member station. W F P L reports, Barrett challenged accusations of partisanship on the nation's highest court. The U. S. Supreme Court is not partisan. That's the message. Justice Amy Coney, Barrett said she wanted the audience to take away from her talk. She was speaking at a University of Louisville event celebrating the 30th anniversary of the McConnell center. Founded by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, Barrett says justices are not defined by partisan ideology but instead by their judicial philosophies. She blamed the news media for pushing a narrative that the court is partisan. Those comments come after Barrett sided with the majority in a controversial ruling refusing to block and near total ban on abortions in Texas. Barrett did not comment on the ruling except to suggest that the news media had not fairly characterized the decision. For NPR News. I'm Jess Clark in Louisville. According to state media in North Korea, that country carried out successful tests of a new long range missile over the weekend. The report described the missiles as a strategic weapon of great significance and flew 930 miles before hitting their targets. Talks between Washington and Pyongyang have been stalled since 2019 aimed at dismantling North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile programs. In return for relief from sanctions. This is NPR. The recently named interim Taliban government is starting to lay out new policies in Afghanistan. NPR's Jackie Northam reports, the policies hew towards a tougher, more Islamic way of living. The Taliban raised its white and black flag over the Afghan presidential palace. The same day the U. S was marking the 20th anniversary of the 9 11 attacks. The ceremony in Kabul ushered in the new, all male interim government. Made up of many of the hardline figures that ruled Afghanistan 20 years ago. Already, the new government announced it is bringing back a version of their ministry for the Propagation of Virtue and Prevention of vice, which could allow the Taliban to roam the streets. Punishing anyone seen is not leading a pure Islamic life. Taliban leaders are promising this time around. They will not allow extremists to operate from Afghan soil and have denied reports that Al Qaeda is already active there. Jackie Northam. NPR NEWS ISLAMABAD Air flights and rail service were suspended in Shanghai Sunday as.

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Biden Steps Into Legal Fight With Vaccine Mandates

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Biden Steps Into Legal Fight With Vaccine Mandates

"The president returns the white house this week to address what may be the greatest threat to our country since nine eleven for eighteen months the covert pandemic has consumed our country and now even though seventy five percent of american adults are vaccinated. it's become a pandemic of the unvaccinated with more than one hundred thousand cases a day for four weeks last week. Roughly quarter million new cases reported among children. The highest total yet but biden's plan to mandate vaccinations at workplaces across. America is facing swift and severe resistance drawing attacks and threats of legal action from at least nineteen republican governors. We're going to begin there this morning with surgeon. General vivek murthy dr murthy. Thank you for joining us this morning. You know the president resisted issuing mandates for months thank you the president resisted issuing mandates for months and the administration repeatedly explained that he lacked the legal authority for sweeping mandates. So what changed george. Let's talk about where we are. And what the president announced Fortunately we have made a tremendous amount of progress over the last eight months. I want to remind people of this because they can get lost in the in the news about the delta varying delone but because we have two hundred million people george with at least one shot of the vaccine. We are in a much better place than we otherwise would have been with that. Said delta is a tough foe. It's throw curveballs at us. And we have to be prepared to respond and that is why. The president announced a ambitious and thoughtful plan. that he nfl earlier this lab past week which is intended to help us get through the next phase of this variant now to be clear requirements that he announced or not sweeping requirements for the entire nation. These are focused on areas where the federal government has legal authority to act so seventeen million healthcare workers. Who do we were operating. Institutions which work with medicare medicaid will now be required To get vaccines we also know that the workplace requirements. He put in place for workplaces. That have one hundred plus You know workers that those will affect about eighty million americans. Here's finally what we know. George we know that these kind of requirements actually work to improve our vaccination

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"murthy" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"murthy" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"Raised. Should it be shorter than should be almost five months that guidance continues to be eight months that has not changed and joining me now the. Us surgeon general. Dr vic murthy dr murphy. Welcome back to meet the press. Thank you joe. Good to see you. I wanna start with a basically before. He even took the oath of office. President biden Was very skeptical. Said there wouldn't be a mandate said. He didn't think the federal government would get involved in mandates there shouldn't be mandates etc Now he's changed his mind why we'll check from the beginning The president and all of us have said we've got to us every level we have in order to fight this pandemic. And that's what you see happening right now over the last several months. We've been working hard to get vaccines out to the public. Partnering with the private sector using every power the government has and now in the face of delta. We've got to move to the next phase of that response that involves focusing not just an expanding the vaccination effort through a combination of mandates and access but it also involves focusing on increasing testing capacity shoring up our healthcare systems which are really struggling in the face of this delta variant so. There was a lot in the plan that the president announced. Because we've got to bring everything to bear at this moment to fight. The pandemic is this an acknowledgement though that that this is i mean when you do a mandate that he's describing for private businesses. That feels like the last tool in the toolbox. If this doesn't work then what what you know what i would say. Let's just step back for moment. If you look at how far we've come We've gotten over two hundred million people one shot vaccine that seventy five percent of all eligible americans who've gotten a shot and have some degree of protection but we're not done yet because what we see is that because millions of more people are not infected. They're susceptible at moments like this with the delta variant the requirements that the president spoke about will help eighty million people the private sector seventeen million health workers and over three point five million federal workers and contractors to move closer to vaccination and. Here's the interesting thing. chuck that i think. A lot of people don't recognize many businesses have actually been looking forward to this. The business roundtable has said that this is the right move. The american medical association certainly in the health side said this is the right move. I think it will help. Workplaces do what they wanna do which is make workplaces safer so that people can feel more secure coming back to work and we can keep our economy strong given where what you had to do this week with this sort of reset Or next phase of of battling covert it really now puts. The decision may to change the masking guidance. On the vaccination. It really looks like that was a major mistake Y that seems like the one moment where politics got in the way of science because the delta variant was going through india very rapidly the. Who at that time was saying. It was a very enough concern and we seem to be acting acting at that time. As if the variant wasn't gonna come here. How did we miss this so badly in. May we'll check if you talk to the cdc about this what. They'll tell us that they were doing what they've always time. Which is to make sure that they are looking closely at the science and the date and using that to guide their decision making what they saw in may with the pre delta Version of kobe nineteen. Was that the people who were vaccinated. When they got breakthrough infections That they had a very very low likelihood of transmitting which is one of the reasons they feel comfortable pulling back on mask mandates but then things changed the delta variant came and the delta variants seem to indicate that vaccinated people who had breakthrough infections would be more likely to spread than those with The alpha variant or prior variance. And that's why. They shifted their guidance. Once again one of the things that we have to be able to do chuck in a public health. Pandemic like this. We've got to be able to look at data in real time to adjust our approach accordingly and then communicate that clearly to the public. We've got to prepare be prepared to keep doing that in the future when you were part of the campaign during twenty twenty. You were part of a team that emphasize a full response here. It's not just a vaccination approach. We've gotta get testing a contact. Tracing going it does feel as if the approach in the last eight months has been it's vaccines or bust Now you're there's a new effort to enhance testing. But where where was this the first eight or nine months because it does feel as if everything was focused on the vaccine and i get it. It's the simplest way out but it's not the only one and we've got a mass divide in this country. It's only gotten worse. Well we'll check your. You're absolutely right. That there has to be a multipronged strategy to address this pandemic. And we've actually been talking about that from the beginning. Vaccines certainly the backbone of that effort. But we know that. Other mitigation measures like masking. Distancing are important we know that testing is a critical part of the response infrastructure. And we know that shoring up and strengthening our healthcare system so we can take care of those who are. Sick is essential to Union addition to those being the areas of focus the president's announcement this week and actually been focusing on those over the last many months the billions of dollars in the aarp that were put toward testing to help. Schools for example have testing in place. So they could be ready for. The fall were a reflection of their broader set of priorities. That focus unmasking Has also been a piece of the recent announcement Actually that the president made that we are going to be sending tests millions of tests to food banks and to community health center so that people can access them free also part of that effort so yes it is true that in the in the news you see a significant focus on vaccines But let them not You know convince or conveyed anyone That they reproach here has not been brought. It has been. I've been part of the discussions. We're focusing and taking that broad approach part of the community conversations but we're to people about the variety of steps. We've got to take to get through this a practical herd immunity and in however you that wants to be defined. Let me define it this way. An uptick of ten percentage points over the next three months plus the delta variants sadly ripping through the unvaccinated are we going to be at herd immunity by the end of this calendar year because of with the combination of what i just described moore delta sadly ripping through the unvaccinated and slight uptick in vaccinations. We'll chuck how quickly we get To to a level where cases are low and stay low really depends on what we do collectively not just the government but each of us as private citizens and what universities and schools and businesses do if we work quickly to get people vaccinated That we will get there faster But we got to come together. Chuck let me tell you this. One of the things that we cannot afford to do during this pandemic is allow The covy nineteen experience to turn us against each other. Our enemy is the virus. It is not each other and i was reflecting yesterday. Chalk on the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven but what we learned from the terrible tragedy. One of the things that sticks with me is that in that moment of crisis. We responded by coming together. I saw neighbors helping one another get through this crisis. I saw people turn to strangers who are suffering and offer them support..

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What You Need to Know About COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Shots

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

02:00 min | 1 year ago

What You Need to Know About COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Shots

"For every every delta. Get a booster shot eight months after. Got your second shot or make you safer and for longer. No some world leaders who say america shouldn't get third shot until other countries got their first show. i disagree. We can take care of america and helped world too same time. President biden discussing the plan for booster shots for american starting in september. The recommendation comes as the us recorded. More than one hundred sixty three thousand new cova cases thursday the highest in nearly seven months. But the pace of vaccinations is also increasing over a million doses. Were ordered administered on friday sixty percent of all eligible fully vaccinated for more. Let's bring in the surgeon general. Dr vivek murthy. Good morning to you. Dr those pfizer and medina booster shots will become available the week of september twentieth. Walk us through. What americans should know about that and what to do well. Thanks martha eat. There are several things that americans should know about the booster announcement. We recently made number one. Is that the vaccines are continuing to work. Remarkably well for preventing people from ending up in the hospital and they're saving lives. So that's the reason we are not recommending boosters today but we are seeing is a decline in the protection against mild to moderate disease. And we're anticipating there may be an erosion in that important protection that we're seeing today down the line and that's why they stay ahead of this virus were recommending. The people start to get boosters. A week of september twenty they will start with people on their eight month anniversary following their second shot and by necessity that will end up prioritizing. Those who are at highest risk including long-term healthcare workers Long term care facility residents rather healthcare workers as well as the

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U.S. Defends Booster Plan Amid WHO Criticism

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. Defends Booster Plan Amid WHO Criticism

"The U. S. is defending its plan to offer cove it nineteen booster shots amid sharp criticism from the World Health Organization W. H. O. emergencies chief Michael Ryan says poor nations don't even have enough vaccine to give their people a first shot we're counting down notes that extra life jackets to people who already have life jackets well we're leaving other people driving without a single life jacket here in Washington I do not accept the idea that you can choose between America and the world Surgeon General Vivek Murthy says there's a responsibility to both White House officials say the U. S. has donated one hundred fifteen million vaccine doses to eighty nations more than all other countries combined Sager mag ani Washington

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U.S. Surgeon General Murthy Says Parents Should Wear Masks Around Their Kids

The Dan Bongino Show

01:27 min | 1 year ago

U.S. Surgeon General Murthy Says Parents Should Wear Masks Around Their Kids

"Here's what I'm talking about. This would fall under the things said by Imbeciles, Alex for 1000. This kind of spurred that questions? I heard this. This is from our side. I know. What's our Conor? Surgeon general in name? Only, Um he's a clown. This guy is just embarrassed himself. He clowned themselves. He's not acting as a medical professional. He's not acting as some, you know, sage public figure to give you a really profound great advice. Help you save your life from coronavirus or whatever The guy's just acting like a clown like Bozo, you know, like Bozo the clown, right? That's what he's doing. He's doing bozo stuff. So, he says. Things that would be associated with an imbecile would say, And here's some evidence of that queue up. Cut one about 20. Seconds on. Here's our siga, no surgeon general in name only Vivek Murthy trying to scare the hell out of everyone in Americans suggesting ridiculously, which I'm sure everybody laughed at him when he said this that parents should wear masks around their kids and outside now to even if you're vaccinated, check this out. For example, if you happen to have a lot of interaction but post for unvaccinated, let's say your parent like me, who is young Children at home. We're not back standard. That's a circumstance where being extra cautious and wearing that mask, Even if you're fully vaccinated. We're going to bring it out outside when you're an indoor public locations is an extra step to protecting those at home. Oh, my gosh.

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Los Angeles Hopes New Mask Mandate Will Reverse Virus Spike

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Los Angeles Hopes New Mask Mandate Will Reverse Virus Spike

"We come on the air this morning. Residents of the nation's most populous county are waking up to a new. But all too familiar reality and indoor mask mandate despite all the progress we've made it's a reminder that our national fight against covert is far from over as the highly contagious delta variants sweeps. The country cases are rising nearly all fifty states. The country's daily case average has now searched by more than sixty percent in the last week to more than twenty seven thousand cases. That's a whopping one hundred forty. Three percent increase over the past. Four weeks fueling the surge unvaccinated americans who make more than ninety seven percent of hospitalized covert patients the administration now targeting misinformation to overcome vaccine hesitancy. But can they actually change any minds and could we see more major cities across america. Reinstitute their mask recommendations. Dr vivek murthy is standing by with more. But we begin with kaley hearten in la county inside the providence saint joseph medical center. Good morning to you kayleigh. Good morning martha just a few weeks ago. This hospital system in southern california was treating just thirty. kobe patients. That number has jumped two hundred and thirty and almost all of them or unvaccinated. This is an all hands on deck moment. As one local officials said as the situation continues to get worse in california for the past week in los angeles county more than one thousand new cases were reported every day and that number was closer to two thousand on friday and saturday for perspective a month ago. The county was averaging two hundred new cases every day. We've been on something of a roller coaster here with the numbers in check a month ago. La county lifted virtually all restrictions with capacity limits and social distancing bars and restaurants. They have been packed with massless people but now a sharp reversal bringing back. The mask mandate for inside public places. Regardless of your vaccination status and ten counties in california are also following suit with their own guidance.

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US Surgeon General: Covid Misinformation ‘Spreading Like Wildfire’ on Social Media

The Jay Maymi Show

01:03 min | 1 year ago

US Surgeon General: Covid Misinformation ‘Spreading Like Wildfire’ on Social Media

"Their hands full as the delta variant of the coronavirus. Tears through the country also circulating misinformation about the illness and the vaccines that the surgeon general believes big tech isn't doing enough to combat Dr Vivek Murthy spoke to Fox News Sunday. This is about the health of Americans, and that reality is that misinformation is still spreading like wildfire in our country, aided and abetted by technology platforms. On Friday, President Biden singled out Facebook, accusing the company of killing people. Facebook then called on the White House to stop finger pointing. It also laid out what it's done to clamp down on misinformation. After the White House revealed it was working with big tech to flag so called problematic posts. Conservatives pounds, calling it government censorship, everything we thought about the Biden administration about their willingness to trample on free speech to trample on the Constitution. Everything we feared they might do they are doing Texas Senator Ted Cruz on Fox's Sunday morning futures Republicans are

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Facebook Suggests It's More Effective Than Biden on Vaccinations

News, Traffic and Weather

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Facebook Suggests It's More Effective Than Biden on Vaccinations

"Criticism for President Biden about vaccine it misinformation President Biden Friday to reporters, citing misinformation about covid vaccines on social media. The only pandemics we have is among unvaccinated and not they're killing people. Facebook says in a written statement that over two billion people have viewed authoritative information about covid and vaccines on its platform, more than any other place on the Internet, it says in a Washington Post interview Friday, Surgeon General Vivek Murthy says Social media has an obligation to inform users about what is true and what is clearly false. And that's

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COVID-19 Misinformation an “Urgent Threat,” Surgeon General Says

AP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

COVID-19 Misinformation an “Urgent Threat,” Surgeon General Says

"General and the pandemic. I'm Tim Maguire with an A P news minute. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy says dangerous misinformation has led people to not wear masks, and it turned down vaccinations. Simply put health information has cost US life. As the pace of vaccinations has slowed. The number of Covid 19 cases has risen nearly

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Press Secretary Jen Psaki Makes Trump's Case Against Social Media Platforms

Mark Levin

01:38 min | 1 year ago

Press Secretary Jen Psaki Makes Trump's Case Against Social Media Platforms

"Pretend you're a constitutional lawyer. And say, what in this? What is it the gent Masaki said. Vivek Murthy, the generally surgeons. What is it that, they said? That now has changed the legal ballgame. Let's start cut eight. Gym pass sake at the White House press briefing today go first. We are in regular touch with these social media platforms, and those engagements typically happened through members of our senior staff, but also members of our Covid 19 team Given, as Dr Martin Mercy conveyed, this is a big issue of misinformation specifically on the pandemic. In terms of actions, Alex that we have taken or we're working to take. I should say from the federal government, we've increased disinformation research and tracking within the Surgeon general's office. We're flogging problematic post for Facebook that spread this information. We're working with doctors and medical professionals to connect to connected medical experts with popular with popular who are popular with their audiences with with accurate information and boost trusted content. So we're helping get trusted. Content out there. Alright, let's stop there. What did she and what are they? What did they just do? They just They just Made the Trump lawsuit. Against the social media platforms to me a slam dunk. I

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"murthy" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"murthy" Discussed on Pod Save America

"You know. We came down almost one thousand cases a day which was a for the united states but we are now increase in most recently over twenty six thousand cases a day. So i think we will get. The data are relatively soon. And i'm optimistic. That by the end of the year. I will have a decision from the fda about whether our kids under twelve can take that or not dodger. Murphy thank you so much for joining pod. Save america really appreciate the time and hope you come back soon. Cobbled think he's alive so it was really good to be with you one last thing. I just share town my mind a lot. Is we talk about nearly as much with this. Pandemic is is really the cost to our mental health and wellbeing You know this has been incredibly difficult year and almost year and a half now for everyone in the country it does matter you You know a richer poor if you're living in urban or rural area issue. Are you end up getting cooler. It or not panama's is affected all of our lives in outweigh and turned it upside down it some much much harder than others with it all of us in some way and what i worry about is that looked to future is the about how we're gonna contend with that impact on our out the mental health and our wellbeing you know the rates of depression and anxiety increased significantly during the pandemic including among young people who were struggling with high rates have anxiety and depression and suicide the or dependent like began so i think we have this opportunity john as we think about coming out this pandemic we've opportunity to think proactively about two things one. How do we really address. Mental health country talk about really honestly provide investment prevention. That works actually made an investment. Had we provide real treatment accessible high-quality treatment of people who've been struggling for too long the second thing without a lot of conversation about what we want our close pandemic look if we don't do anything differently But just keep moving forward. We will snap back to twenty nineteen how lived our life before the pandemic. But if you're like me. I unlike many out there. You probably had moments for you. During the pandemic maybe hispanic about how wanna live my life differently. Maybe something that you realize about spend more time with your family or maybe it's something you'd realize about. Maybe wanting to move closer to france Those you love or maybe realizing union more purpose meaning like in your job for the go back to school for that degree that you've been thinking about a pursue avi whatever it may be there are realizations. We've all had your this amick that we can incorporate into our thinking about what life looks like. We don't have those conversations. We don't explore what life could look like endemic. I worry that we will lose a lot of the potential civilized. Means of this pandemic lessons as you will independence. That's a conversation. I'm excited to certainly think about my own life but also excited to support in our country. It's something that our office will be working on how to support a larger series of conversations around the post pandemic life and if we approach typing in an open helping on sway. My hope is that we can build the lights. That is more fulfilling. Fear in certainly happier for many of us in the life even before i agree. That's such an incredibly important conversation to have about about mental health and wellbeing. And i do think like. I think that one small step we can all take as sort of give each other a break. Extend some some kindness and grace to everyone else. Because i've been thinking this throughout the pandemic is everyone is always going through something that you may not know right and they and however you've dealt with the pandemic you can't know for sure what someone else has gone through the last year and so it's a it's a good opportunity to to show some kindness and that doesn't fix everything but it's a it's one small step at the beginning a long way and he. It's beautifully powerful is one of the most our resources a healing that we have that as doctors written prescriptions for many medicines that intended to heal over the years. I've been struck time and time again. Adds missing concessions really go a long way and if we learned one thing from this pandemic john extent. We need each other city as much as we able to do on our own. We can't get through difficult times. Like pandemics the arches solely on our own. And in fact when we step up to help one another you not only extend assistance and lift someone else we. We remind ourselves that we have to bring to the world now. There are a lot of people. Walking around who feel like their value and their worth is not significant. Wonder at times if they're really bringing anything to the world around them. I've certainly that in times throughout my life but that his wife service to others fueled by kindness and compassionate sometimes on was powerful we can do for others could also must reaffirming things we can do for ourselves when i imagined post pandemic life when imaginable a boost in society that we could build together. I imagine a society fuel by kindness. Inform by compassion. One in which all of us not just some very well said thank you. Dr martha appreciate it. Hey cared to see banks to congresswoman katie porter answered in general vivek murthy for joining us today. Good to be with you guys again. Racist look at us and we'll look at us all sinked up. We'll talk to you again. On thursday hot save america is crooked media production. The executive producer is michael martinez..

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"murthy" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"murthy" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Up their voices to call out wrongdoing. That continues to happen. This happens there are plenty of things that are going to destroy your be and are not going to be antitrust violations. I don't think that's fair to say. I think that's really. That's really uncalled for. Some of my best friends are airlines. Yes like people should continue to raise the wishes of how expensive of their cheated. They need to keep you know whether it's through twitter or calling the competition reporting it to their ag or federal trade commission. That's what it needs to have to compete or consumers but no amount consumer copetition or consumer complaining. I should say no amount of consumer complaining and address address an antitrust violation because our inherent in the term antitrust violation. Isn't there's not enough competition for the consumers to shop with your pocket box that needs to go find a company that treats them better. Most people read were on houses. Have one choice of an internet provider. So your choice is get ripped off or don't have wifi so you can complain. All you want tides. You know cox some Other wrong spectrum. You expect it wherever you want to go out with them yet. None of them are good. You are you're not able to choose with your your jamaica. Humor twice to pick a different company. That's one of the things that this executive order will do is make clear that they can't lock we awards into only allowing one internet service provider service. Billy's nothing to create choices for consumers slam.

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"murthy" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"murthy" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Twice. Became worse became worse. That's a really good job. Sorry everybody just a good joke. It's just funny to tell a joke from the perspective of the democrats trying to stop them like you to make me better. You made me worse. I think that's great good for him. It's also just such a fuck you to this. Susan collins of the world right who said oh after the first impeachment. He's gonna he's gonna learn his lesson right and it's it's it's a reminder also think of why the only thing that works with trump is taking away his power deterrence doesn't work appeasement doesn't work ignoring him doesn't work right only thing. That works is beating him. That's the only thing he understand. And and i. It's worth noting that the that was a what he was he was comparing himself to. Bill barr his attorney general. Bill barr who was a supplicant. To donald trump. For virtually all the time he was attorney. General believes in basically unlimited presidential. Power did a ton to to to to. What's it called in football and you block for somebody. Run blocking sure. Run blocking pass blocking run blocking for him. What kind of player we like. It's when somebody's in front of somebody with the ball. Kind of like i'm bill. Barr was the fullback in this. Now option your blocks buck you nailed it the first time you put in the comments. There's more specific thing and he the point is what's the lesson here is he is he is again. He is now saying that. Bill barr gaunt. He's few still fears that that atlantic bill barr mcconnell kind of betrayed him on behalf of the democrats not because they thought it was an up because he was doing what he thought. Was you know a hint of the right thing but because it was a part of the deeper betrayal by the same thing with brick kavanagh right. We majoring bright cavanaugh. And he said oh well because brad. Cavanaugh was almost not confirmed because the democrats went after him that's why he didn't vote to believe it. Of course he said that's why he voted with the democrats as if if everything is like an election a competition when he really meant that like the supreme court rejected the absurd fucking claims from donald trump in his right crack legal team about voter fraud. He said bill barr got intimidated by an impeachment threat. Out of doing a whole bunch of things punching a bunch of enemies including I guess arresting. He said the women who slandered and defamed brad kavanagh so like the people came forward to accuse break. Cavanaugh of sexual assault trump suggested in. This speech should have been punished in some way. It was really a dark fucked up and the whole point. He was making his dark. Which is democrats play tough. They don't play nice and maybe now we need to play. Yeah matt we can't. We shouldn't get up. We tried to burn the fucking cabaret. I thought that was tough. But that's why it's so fucking scary. He's telling them like no no they still play dirtier we gotta match them. That was the point of that part of the and also he. He went on that. You know obviously ige thinks cavenaugh was mistreated during hearings and then he makes the point that the reason that the conservative scream court is actually behaving like a democratic court is the threat of court packing because he can't allow even that they have any kind of power. You can't tell this audience like at least we have. The supreme court ruled to protect voting rights. On behalf there are the trailer and everything's grievance and you'll win yes that's right that's exactly right. There's there's one more clip that's that's kind of funny. Where trump admits something about polling. Play that now. If it's bad. I i say.

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"murthy" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"murthy" Discussed on Pod Save America

"I mean did you see tommy. Were there any other. Non trump cpac lights that stayed with you from the weekend before we get to the the man himself You know the the vaccination thing that that bummy out good I was not thrilled to see the oath keepers. If our militia there was another sort of far right group there. Nick went has gripers. Who are the people to the right of the maga people who looked like the cast of super bads or storming cpac. I do think like that is usually like the fringe of where these cpac events are is where we kind of the majority of the republican party ends up in a couple years. So you know. It's scary to see these like rightwing militia groups in there. I mean that stuff is terrifying. You have anything else. it's interesting. How many conspiracy theories involve like practice runs. Always practicing you know like they're coming for the bible's but i they're doing jade helm like the pre. Yeah jade home was a good example. Like they're caught like this idea that like all right. There was a pandemic. We created a vaccine in record time under republican administration to practice for the bible taking like we finally have our opportunity to do our bible taking practice. The governor's were trying to take people's guns. Wait for like twenty. Thirty years now failed succeeded a couple of times so of course. The main event was dumped trump speech on sunday afternoon which touched on all the latest threats in grievances on the right like critical race theory and cancel culture. He also played. Some of the old hits like windmills are evil. We love windmills or evil. That's an old hit. But the heart of what was a long incoherently rambling. Speech was trump's continued attack on the legitimacy of the two thousand twenty election by spreading lies about voter fraud. That never happened. Take listen.

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"murthy" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"murthy" Discussed on Pod Save America

"A younger people are well aware of what the risks really love it. Do you get the sense that a lot of republican politicians and especially republican media. Figures are more openly anti vaccine lately. Why do you think they're going down this path. Frank franklin's told andy. Slap it on his pod today that Trump is sending out fundraising mailers claiming that people are dying from the vaccines. Yeah i mean they are. I think a couple things are happening one. This is in extension of cova does overblown so implicit. A lot of this is. Oh if you're older if you're an risk category you should get vaccinated but no one else needs to get vaccinated. Because they're lying about how it's still they. They don't recognize how it can still hurt younger people and they don't recognize mutual obligation. I guess even if you accept that premise. Why wouldn't you get this vaccine. It's harmless obviously and we'll protect the older people who are more vulnerable The other piece of it is that we've sort of hit the the kind of threshold removed from scarcity in this country to now it is time to go to local persuasion now it is time to go to like trusted people in communities to get that last group of people vaccinated so then i put that gives them an opportunity. They can prevent it from succeeding. That's a goal. They can feed conspiratorial mindset. The goal they keep the attention of their broken viewers who are easily pulled by an and newsmax which are more conspiratorial. And then when you talk about things like eating to go inside of communities they can kind of fan. The flames of this is some door to door effort to kind of force people to get the vaccine. And because tucker carlson and laura ingram don't care if people live or die and are completely valueless. it's an opportunity for them to so chaos and the republicans. Just follow them along permission to float a conspiracy theory her permission. Thank you see madison. Cawthorn said that the reason they were going door to door for vaccinations was to prepare to eventually take away. Your gun in your bible. I did not see that. I knew i saw madison stupid. That madison cawthorn said was trending. But i did not do not look into it because it was a good one. Well nobody like the governor of let me. I have a way worse conspiracy right part of my love of saying like fao cheese. The new bogeyman binds boring. Here's the other thing. I want to the conspiracy theory for you so kristi nome. May this oblique attack on republican governors. Who say they didn't lock down. But they really lockdown. It's just sort of viewed as an oblique shot at ron to santa's You think she's doing this as a stalking horse for the trump family who's now worried about the santa's well you're deepen all. That's i read enough cpac. I missed the christie known thing though. That's yes it was. It was like the kristi noem thing. It's so many it's so many levels of bullshit deep. It's like hey you may get the impression that some of these republican governors Did the wrong thing. Don't let them lie to you. About how wrong they were. Some of them were right and we should hold them accountable to raise. That's the known position. I made sure that my state was leading the country and capita deaths. Can ronda sant. Santa say that no he cannot. I think the the antibac- sort of trend now in the republican party now that it's becoming more mainstream. Republican party really does fit with the larger story. They're trying to tell which is you can't trust the radical left and the radical left is now taking over all of our institutions and now they're in power and they're going to constantly make you do shit that you don't want to do they're going to force things in your life and if they give you a vaccine you can't trust that vaccine from the radical left just like you can't trust them teaching things in schools and you can't trust them that they're going to you know they're going to try to take away your free speech right like it has all of sort of peace here. That's overwhelming theme. The the the liberals are going to take stuff from you in the far right wing of the republican party are we are the only ones who can stop them guns freedom of speech your facebook feed cova restrictions funding for cops the border and then eventually it got to trump who is like and they took the result of the election from you right. The there was somebody wandering. Washington post found somebody wandering around cpac which you know looked to be any really any big political gathering. Has this of person it. You know a backpack covered in buttons lot of red string of big sign with strings from george soros to champ biden like back and forth lines all over the place and that was always taken as this sort of status quo ante like there are these infringe figures with conspiracy theories but now like you have former national security advisers doing events taking pictures in front of the same kind of thing. Donald trump is like a red string guy now standing in front of this group of people and madison. Cawthorn saying that they're going to go door to door to take your bibles guns like this vaccination effort which they're obviously there is no national door to door campaign but this is a dry run for some future nefarious. Act like the that is now at the center of the republican party. That's but it's also like you know everything. Everything new is old. Right i it. It reminds you in brian. Butler wrote about this In his newsletter last week it reminds you of the death panels and fury over obamacare in twenty ten right. Which is the government's gonna decide whether you live or die now. It's the government's going to go door to door and make you take this vaccine that we're not sure we know. Do we really know. What senate do we really know if it safe. Donald johnny deserves credit for it deserves credit for it in the the classic grievance politics true and it's it's highly racial and trump made more explicit than ever before when he was saying horrible things about mexicans during announcement speech. But it's basically like hey white republican base liberals are gonna take things from you and give them to other people worry about your status..

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The State of Vaccinations in the U.S.

Short Wave

02:41 min | 1 year ago

The State of Vaccinations in the U.S.

"Alison. Over the weekend rhode island became the eighth state to reach a goal set by president biden to get seventy percent of adults vaccinated with at least one shot by july. Fourth is the rest of the country on track lost so far. Many of the smaller northeastern states have reached this goal. I including maine massachusetts vermont and new jersey nationwide about sixty one percent of adults have received their first dose and very close to half are now fully vaccinated so this is all good news but in states. Vaccinations remain much lower including alabama mississippi. Arkansas utah it's kind of unclear. I mean nationwide. The number of daily. Vaccinations has declined over the last month. Part of this. Is it a lot of people already been vaccinated. Now we're at about one point. Seven million shots a day so we have a ways to go as a country. General vivek murthy has pointed to survey data showing that more people would be motivated to roll up their sleeves if their employers gave time off to get the shot and recover from it so employers not only have an opportunity to increase fascination rates. It turns out that they can also help the close. The equity gallon. Vaccinations and you know. In recent weeks mega retailers including target and walmart have announced compensation and incentives for hourly employees who get vaccinated some employees have been offered cash bonuses. Yeah in house and can we take a second to talk about what is going on in my home state of ohio right now. I saw my parents this weekend and they were telling me what they were going to do. When they won the vaccine million. Yes oh hi. Oh has gotten a ton of attention for this lottery program so for the next five weeks beginning. This week there will be a one million dollar lottery. Draw for people who get their first dose of the pfizer or moderna vaccine or the one dose of j. and j. other states have jumped on this lottery bandwagon oregon kentucky maryland in new york ruled out something called the vaccine scratch initiative with that four million dollar possible when so ohio was really touting. Some pretty impressive numbers in terms of a boost in vaccinations. And i think it's surprising. Just how well lotteries may work. I talked to a behavioral economist about this katie milkman at the university of pennsylvania and your parents might appreciate this mattie the hijack pot is really alluring and feels like a game and because we overweight small probability that we might win and wonderful coke. They're really highly motivating. There's lots of research showing that lotteries can be used to change all sorts of other health

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35% of Americans Are Fully Vaccinated Against Coronavirus

WSJ What's News

01:12 min | 1 year ago

35% of Americans Are Fully Vaccinated Against Coronavirus

"According to the cdc more than thirty five percent of the us population is already fully vaccinated and over forty. Six percent of the population has gotten at least one dose. Some health officials have said eighty percent of americans would need to be vaccinated to reach herd immunity but today at the wall street journal's future of everything festival surgeon general vivek murthy says he's focusing more on vaccination and infection rates herd. Immunity is not a switch on and off where suddenly we hit the threshold. There's own action. This is more of a. I would say incremental improvement they will see with with some big jumps along the way he also said. A vaccine waiver would be a step to increase global supply vaccines needed. And he's not concerned that sharing the intellectual property of covid nineteen vaccine patents will make drug manufacturers less interested in developing vaccines in the future in my conversations with a number of the companies who the past many months. I know that One that they know that the these markets are gonna be robust. They're going to be there for them in the future. But i think they also recognize that there are moments like this when all of us have to step up whether governments or companies or individuals and figure out how we're gonna vaccinate the world in the most accessible way

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Vivek Murthy confirmed as surgeon general

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Vivek Murthy confirmed as surgeon general

"Murthy as the U. S surgeon General Murthy served as the surgeon general under former president Obama from 2014 to 2017. He was the first person of Indian descent to serve in that role. On Auburn Man

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Vivek Murthy confirmed as surgeon general

WBZ Afternoon News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Vivek Murthy confirmed as surgeon general

"Murthy back now, with the surgeon general position Senate confirming him today on a 57 43 vote. Now the name might be familiar because he served as surgeon general under former President Obama from 2014 to 2017, the first person Of Indian descent to serve in the role. A surgeon general. So again, Dr Vivek Murthy confirmed tonight by the Senate to serve a surgeon general 57 to 43.

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Surgeon General nominee plans to tackle mistrust in science along with taming the pandemic

WBZ Midday News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Surgeon General nominee plans to tackle mistrust in science along with taming the pandemic

"Is calling on his pick for surgeon general to do more than just focus on the mental health impacts of this pandemic. Mr Biden wants Dr Vivek Murthy to restore the public's trust in science and medicine. CBS has medical correspondent. Dr Terror New Roula says he's ready to push back if need be. Are you prepared to disagree with President Biden? If necessary? He always says, Challenge me. Tell me the truth, Even if I don't like it. Why should Americans trust you to do this job for us? So I think my job is to number one to be open, honest with people to bring them the right information to show up. First of all, and to listen.

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Vaccine distribution more concentrated in areas of higher wealth, data shows

WBZ Afternoon News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Vaccine distribution more concentrated in areas of higher wealth, data shows

"Early data suggests that vaccine distribution is more concentrated in areas of higher wealth. President Joe Biden, surgeon general designate. The vet, birthday says. Not only will the vaccine rates rise, but they also widen as well. Murthy appeared on ABC sis Week Or, he said the goal here isn't getting the vaccine to all corners of the nation. Also get it set up kind of distribution channels like mobile unit like strategically placed committee vaccination centers that can reach people who traditionally are hard to reach and don't have access to

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"murthy" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"murthy" Discussed on 600 WREC

"I'm Joe Chiro. Fox News leaders from the House and Senate have agreed on a more than $900 billion coronavirus stimulus bill. Congressional leaders have a deal and are signing off on a roughly $900 billion coronavirus relief measure that will be Added to a nearly $1.5 trillion government funding measure more help. Is on the way. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer expect bipartisan support that will deliver emergency relief to a nation in the throes of a genuine emergency. The relief measure includes billions for small businesses enhances unemployment benefits and provides hundreds of dollars per person in direct stimulus payments. In Washington. Jared Halpern Fox News, Canada's joined bands from several European countries and Israel on flights from Britain in a bid to block a new strain of coronavirus, incoming surgeon general Dr Vivek Murthy, while it seems to be more easily transmissible We do not have evidence yet that this is a more deadly virus to an individual who acquires it. There's no reason to believe that the vaccines that have been developed will not be effective against this virus as well. Murthy on NBC's Meet the press, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that Christmas shopping and gatherings and Southern England must be canceled because of rapidly spreading case is blamed on the new variant. In the U. S. Governor Cuomo wants to ban UK flights to New York More than a million people passed through US airport security checkpoints in each of the past two days, a sign that please buy health officials to avoid holiday travel or being ignored. The increase in travel is happening his new covert 19 cases spike even higher in many states. America is listening to Fox News has them now. A game of commercial chicken brought to you by progressive where we see how long flow could go without talking about insurance. Ready? Go. So, um, Have you noticed how everyone's grammar is completely awful now? Like, you know, the texting in the helo Wells. Whatever happened, Punctuation?.

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"murthy" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"murthy" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"So you had New Mexico Democratic governor Michelle Lucien Grisham, who was offered another Cabinet post, and she was one of the people that Think was rumored to be the top pick for the Department of Health and Human Services. Now that she's gone, also in the running surgeon general Vivek Murthy. He's one of the people. But who does it and My question to you, Wayne is does Joe Biden take someone from the White House Coronavirus Task force. Do we see a doctor Fauci or a doctor Burkes transferred over into his team. Oh, that Well, the team Sure, but in a way those people are on the team. In their current. You mean you mean take one of them and make them the head of health and human services make them the head of health and human services, or at least give them a new position a new title within his administration. I think the second thing is much more likely big for for one reason being they have so much experience in their current roles. Why pull them out of that? Yes. Um, The other front runner is the governor of Rhode Island, Gina Raimondo. But definitely someone who is not in the running is our own mondo from the Tim Conway Jr show. See, they're missing out on guacamole in the White House. That's true. All right, let's take a break. And then when we come back, the mayor of a town in Kentucky is in a little bit of trouble. Thanks to the munchies. I'm weighing Resnick. Why am I saying that? Did I just say I'm weighing risk because you are but that was so weird and automatic for no good reason. It's caf. I have 6 40 live everywhere. The I heart radio after I'm Jennifer Jones.

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"murthy" Discussed on South Asian Stories

South Asian Stories

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"murthy" Discussed on South Asian Stories

"And welcome back to south asian stories. This is a special one. Our twenty fifth episode. Thank you so much for listening and being part of this journey. And i could not be more thrilled to bring on one of my personal heroes. Dr vivek murthy. Dr murthy served as the nineteenth surgeon general of the us between two thousand fourteen and twenty seventeen as the vice admiral of the us public health service commissions corps. He commanded a uniform service sixty six hundred public health officers. Globally during his tenure. Dr murphy launched the turn. The tide campaign catalyzing a movement amongst health professionals to address the nation's opioid crisis he also issued the first surgeon general's report on alcohol drugs and health calling for expanded access to prevention and treatment for the addiction to to be recognized as a chronic illness. Not a character flaw in two thousand seventeen. Dr murthy focus his attention on chronic stress and loneliness as prevalent problems that have profound implications for help productivity and happiness. He has co founded. A number of organizations visions. An hiv aids education program in india swastika. A community health partnership in rural india training women as health providers at educators as well as the software company trout networks and the graph bruce grassroots physicians organization doctors for america since leaving government service. Dr murthy has continued to focus on loneliness and social connection his book together. The healing power of human connection and a sometimes lonely world was just published this spring in this conversation we discuss a ton including dr murphy's tumultuous journey to be confirmed as us surgeon general and how he specifically dealt with setbacks the simple steps of just picking up the phone to inspire connection with a friend or loved one as finally the letter he mail to us doctors to recognize their service as one of his most proudest accomplishment as you surgeon general. This interview was one of my favorites record. Honestly was a therapy session for me so please enjoy my conversation with the one. Only dr vivek murthy dr murthy. Welcome to south asian stories. Thank you so much some air. It's good to be with you today. As i was mentioning right before we jumped in and start recording. Dr murthy is one of my absolute heroes. And when i was like following him through the obama administration and his work in the surgeon. General just could not be more thrilled to have you on the podcast..

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"murthy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"murthy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Internist at Stanford and I'm the host of the programme. Today. This is a joint presentation from the Commonwealth Club and the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco. Today's program is part of a serious addressing the impacts of cove in 19 on our community and on society at large, and it's supported by the chance Zuckerberg initiative and a collaborative of local funders and donors, and we're very grateful for them. And it's my pleasure now to welcome and introduce Dr Vivek Murthy, who was the 19th, surgeon general of the United States. He is the author of Together the Healing Power of Human Connection in a Sometimes Lonely World, which was released in April and became an instant New York Times bestseller. Congratulations. He received his bachelor's degree from Harvard, his MD an MBA degrees from Yale. He completed internal medicine residency at Brigham and Women's Hospital and joined the faculty at Harvard Medical School. He's co founded several organizations, including Doctors for America, which advocates for Equitable. High quality and affordable health care. He was appointed by President Barack Obama as the 19th surgeon general, the first Indian American surgeon general and the youngest surgeon general. During his tenure, he led initiatives to tackle Our country's most urgent public health issues, including the opioid crisis, climate change and loneliness, which became the subject of this new book, and in the pages of this book together, Dr Murthy makes the case. That human connection is our evolutionary birthright and that loneliness is a public health concern. His writing is fascinating. It's humane. It's underpinned both by science and by the profound truth that each of us is worthy of love. So to everybody who is listening. Welcome and welcome to you, Dr Murthy, and so glad to be with you. Thank you, Lucy. It's so nice to be here with you. And thank you for being here to have this conversation about the book. Yeah, Totally. I'm so nervous. I actually I don't know if you remember the only time that I met you in person. I was so nervous. It was on an airplane. Do you remember that? Remember this? It was like it was in 2016. And I wass doing the book tour for my late husband's book when Breath becomes there, and I was flying around the country, doing a couple of presentations and I think I had. We were a few years behind you at Yale Meds. So we started in 2003. I think that's the year that you had just graduated. And then I had become aware at view over time and was like tweeting my senators during your confirmation hearings for the Research in general, and then Was aware that you were doing emotional wellbeing is part of your tenure. Surgeon general working on loneliness and I was just like this is so dreamy that a surgeon general is doing this and then I was walking down. The isle of this airplane and out of the corner of my eye. I actually thought initially you were a pilot's because, like, oh, like a pilot sitting in coach or whatever. Because you were wearing your surgeon general outfit. You know, like the you're in charge of the U. S Public Health Service Commission, coarsely I'm in. I was like I've got to go talk to him. I had to say something, and my mouth was like quivering, extremely nervous that you were so kind. And I'm so glad to talk with you again today and Hopefully, you'll be kind again. And I know for sure that you will. So anyway. Thank you. Thank you And I will tell you and I'm sure that's the way it was. Before that. It's very common for People to have mistaken me for an airline pilot, Lenora surgeon general, So it wasn't just you. It happened to a lot of people. In fact, I remember getting on the plane once and now I was sending line waiting, You know, take again and I just stepped over the threshold. On the woman who was right in front of me. Looks turns around and she said, Oh, so why don't you go go first. Then I'm happy to wait my turn, he said, Well, we can't fly the plane without you. And But that happened probably once a week when a surgeon general hilarious And it's because, like, what's the What is that uniform? For? What can you tell us about that? Yes, actually. So the United States Public Health Service, which is one of the Uniformed services in the U. S government is overseen by this Virgin general. And it stands alongside the other uniformed services such as the Navy, The Coast Guard and with the Navy in the Navy and the U. S Public Health Service have a very similar uniform, and they also have the same rank system that they use. And it has to do with the origins of the public health services. Initially, a service attended to merchant seamen on to make sure that they were not bringing illness and into the country. But that's where the uniform comes from. And the officers who are part of it our include over 6500 doctors and nurses and physical therapists and public health engineers and pharmacists. And they're all people who have dedicated their lives to improving public health around the countries. We deploy them during times of emergencies well during hurricanes during tornadoes, and during Ebola, we sent hundreds of officers to Liberia. And now during Kobe 19..

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