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Health officials brace for post-holiday coronavirus surge

WBZ Morning News

00:38 sec | 2 weeks ago

Health officials brace for post-holiday coronavirus surge

"Public health officials, fearing the worst from all the holiday gatherings, with three major holidays in a month over now, But people still gathering in traveling. Health experts fear an even bigger covitz surge yet to come. Dr Bobble Heater of New York Medical College. I think we're going to start to see that by the middle of January. This is a big worry of ours, particularly in states like Florida, where they've been a little bit relaxed with their restrictions, and that new, highly contagious strain of coronavirus that was first spreading in the UK has now been detected in Florida, California and Colorado to as California reports are record 24 hour covert death count of 585, Tom 40, CBS News

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"new york medical college" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

01:51 min | 2 weeks ago

"new york medical college" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"The CDC forecast 424,000 Americans will have died from the virus by late January. In increase of 80,000 over the next three weeks. CBS News correspondent Ali Is Preston and with more about the expectations from the recent travel and gatherings. Dr Bob Mojito in New York Medical College is a big worry of ours, particularly in states like Florida, where you know they've been a little bit relaxed with their restrictions. California, sir, really being hit hard and we're going to see that spike up. With less than three weeks of his term of first for President Trump a congressional override of his veto of the defense spending and policy Bill. You've a political science professor Larry Sabotage. Trump has had a stranglehold on the Republican members of both the House and the Senate. On Lee. A handful have ever really crossed him in major votes. But the House and now the Senate have with one of his biggest supporters. Missouri's Josh Holy announcing it Bill on reconsideration is past The objections of the president of the United States to the contrary notwithstanding, with the same senator Holy planning to object to next week's Electoral college report of the presidential election, Utah Republican Senator Mitt Romney says in this kind of rumor about relations system that working is dangerous for democracy here and abroad. What the approaching anniversary of the U. S. Airstrikes that killed Iran's top general words are heating up between Washington and Tehran. Correspondent CAMI McCormick, a top Iranian commander, said today his country is fully prepared to respond to any U. S. Military pressure and Qassam Solo money's replacement is that Iran is not afraid of confronting power. Iran's Foreign Ministry tweeted that it will not rest until solar money's killers are brought to justice. It's not just the approaching anniversary of his death. It's worrying some but also the waning days of Donald Trump's presidency and Iran seeking to take advantage of that financial.

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"new york medical college" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:32 min | 2 months ago

"new york medical college" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Of the pandemic. Who's the best person position to rebuild this economy? CBS's CAMI McCormick has the latest on the election security, The Department of Homeland Security is mounting its largest ever cyber security operation for a US election. The Washington Post is reporting that will include a 20 Before seven virtual war room for the department. Cyber Security division. Election officials from across the nation will be able to dial in at any time. New Covad cases set a daily record in the U. S yesterday, topping 90,000. Dr Bob Low Heat at New York Medical College, says We're entering a time when people will get sick with the flu is well. Our biggest problem in the emergency room is when someone comes in coughing with a high fever, muscle eggs, perhaps nausea and vomiting. We have to ask ourselves now, which we didn't in the early spring. Do they have the flu? Do they have covert Connecticut prosecutor says there's not enough evidence to retry Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel on murder charges. He was convicted once in the 1975 death of a neighbor spent time in prison, but it was overturned least six deaths are blamed on Hurricane Zeta. Millions do not have power in the Southeast and might not for a while. And she Reeves is among the many who have to start over her flower shop in loose. Dale Mississippi is a mess. This is the first time I've ever I had this much loss in a lab and I've been in business. Eight years is our livelihood. I mean, it's what I do, and it's just devastating to me overseas. At least six people are dead after an earthquake in western Turkey. People.

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"new york medical college" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

01:31 min | 2 months ago

"new york medical college" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"Be the Gnomic message coming out of the pandemic. Who's the best person position to rebuild this economy? CBS's CAMI McCormick has the latest on the election security. The Department of Homeland Security is mounting its largest ever cyber security operation for a US election. The Washington Post is reporting that will include a 24 7 virtual war room for the department, Cyber Security Division. Election officials from across the nation will be able to dial in at any time. New Covad cases set a daily record in the U. S yesterday. Topping 90,000 Dr Bob Low Heat at New York Medical College says We're entering a time when people will get sick with the flu is well. Our biggest problem in the emergency room is when someone comes in coughing with a high fever, muscle eggs, perhaps nausea and vomiting. We have to ask ourselves now, which we didn't in the early spring. Do they have the flu? Do they have Kobe, Connecticut? Persecutor says there's not enough evidence to retry Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel on murder charges. He was convicted once in the 1975 death of a neighbor spent time in prison. But it was overturned least six deaths are blamed on Hurricane Zeta. Millions do not have power in the Southeast and might not for a while. And she Reeves is among the many who have to start over her flower shop in loose. Dale Mississippi is a mess. This is the first time I've ever had this mist. Blobs in the lab and I've been in business. Eight years is our livelihood. I mean, it's what I do. It's just devastating to me Overseas. At least six people are dead after an earthquake in western Turkey.

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"new york medical college" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:30 min | 2 months ago

"new york medical college" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Going to be the economic message coming out of the pandemic. Who's the best person position to rebuild this economy? CBS's CAMI McCormick has the latest on the election security. The Department of Homeland Security is mounting its largest ever cyber security operation for a US election. The Washington Post is reporting that will include a 24 7 virtual war room for the department. Cyber Security division. Election officials from across the nation will be able to dial in at any time. Newco vid cases set a daily record in the U. S yesterday. Topping 90,000 Dr Bob Low Heat at New York Medical College, says We're entering a time when people will get sick with the flu is well. Our biggest problem in the emergency room is when someone comes in coughing with a high fever, muscle eggs, perhaps nausea and vomiting. We have to ask ourselves now, which we didn't in the early spring. Do they have the flu? Do they have Kobe, Connecticut prosecutor says there's not enough evidence to retry Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel. Ical on murder charges. He was convicted once in the 1975 death of a neighbor spent time in prison, but it was overturned least six deaths are blamed on Hurricane Zeta. Millions do not have power in the Southeast and might not for a while. And she Reeves is among the many who have to start over her flower shop in loose. Dale Mississippi is a mess. This is the first time I've ever I had this much lots in a lab and I've been in business. Eight years is our livelihood and it's what I do, and it's just devastating to me overseas. At least six people are dead after an earthquake in western.

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"new york medical college" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:37 min | 2 months ago

"new york medical college" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Coming out of the pandemic. Who's the best person position to rebuild this economy? CBS's CAMI McCormick has the latest on the election security, The Department of Homeland Security is mounting its largest ever cyber security operation for a US election. The Washington Post is reporting that will include a 20 The 47 virtual war room for the department. Cyber Security division. Election officials from across the nation will be able to dial in at any time. New Covad cases set a daily record in the U. S yesterday. Topping 90,000 Dr Bob Low Heat at New York Medical College says We're entering a time when people will get sick with the flu is well. Our biggest problem in the emergency room is when someone comes in coughing with a high fever, muscle eggs, perhaps nausea and vomiting. We have to ask ourselves now. Which we didn't in the early spring. Do they have the flu? Do they have Kobe, Connecticut Prosecutor says there's not enough evidence to retry Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel on murder charges. He was convicted once in the 1975 death of a neighbor spent time in prison. But it was overturned. At least six deaths are blamed on Hurricane Zeta. Millions do not have power in the Southeast and might not for a while. And she Reeves is among the many who have to start over her flower shop in loose tail. Mississippi is a mess. This is the first time I've ever had this much. Blobs in the lab and I've been in business eight years. It's our livelihood. I mean, it's what I do. It's just devastating to me Overseas. At least six people are dead after an earthquake in western Turkey people upset as they watch victims being pulled from the rubble of a collapsed building in Izmir..

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"new york medical college" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:46 min | 3 months ago

"new york medical college" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"US president of Toro College in New York Medical College. We're going to see what he's thinking about Donald Trump. On his discharge. And the treatment with Regeneron, which is grey Row again. A Westchester company. They came up with this cocktail. I'm loving this and I'm loving this. I'm thinking before the vaccine. Maybe we do indeed. Give some of this medicine out so we could just get back sometimes as she shot a grab a shot of Of some of the news stations. You know, they take the faraway shot of New York and it is like it really is like, ah, there and vacant and when I was down there, although 9 11, of course everyone showed up, which was great, but and I don't see a spike since 9 11, by the way, just out of curiosity have not heard of Spike's about that. And I don't know if you know about spike after the protest like we were talking about Do we are going to go. Hey, I was burning down a building and I think I got the virus. I don't know. We'll hear about it. But what? What a mess. We got to get this city back. Conversation in the hospital can break now. What happened while I was burning a building down, trying to loot it and I think I got over it. I don't know. I don't know if it's if it's smoke or what it is, but smoke a covert. I don't know. You figure it out. Alright. See? Well, you know what? You know what, Though? I have noticed there's a lot more people down here in lower Manhattan. You know, there's a lot more traffic. Yeah, I saw it coming back a little bit. Yeah, Here's the problem, though. So Mayor de bozo he decides to put in these bike lanes. Right, and there's bustling on the right hand side of you going down Lower Broadway when the right hand side of the road, there's a dedicated bustling, Okay, I get that you want the express bus is to get out so they can get into the tunnel and head back to Brooklyn and then Staten Island. But then he put bike lanes on the left side of the road. So they've jammed the parking spots that is supposed to be for trucks like sort of in like a quarter of the roadway because the bike lane is like all the way to the left. So what ends up happening? You barely have one narrowly in go down Lower Broadway, and all of these trucks are now double and triple parking. So I get pushed over into the bus lane in order to try and escape, you know, Lower lower Manhattan. It's ridiculous. It just causes more traffic. Yeah, you're right on the money on a Joe Piscopo on the radio. Apparently BBC wants another. This is eye right now. You want to go? I mean, no, no, no, no, no. Only for Maria. Only for Maria. Do we step away from the microphone? And that was great. We thank the great Maria Bartiromo. But he was a fun fun hit yesterday. But now the BBC will do that at 11 o'clock this morning. Hey, 7 20 with Jo on the radio and Debbie do him is out there Looking out for your traffic wise right here on am night. 70 the answer. I love that you'd be out with BBC again. That's awesome, Joe. Let's see what's happening right now. With nine W NY W It's an accident being cleared. You're busy in both directions by Chestnut Lane into Do Berg with a crash their 84 East right at the new Burg Beacon Bridge. They're doing some ongoing road work as well. Inbound G W B. Lincoln and the Holland all 15 to 20 into town. Traffic movie solely on three eastbound on Grove Street in Clifton, with a collision for eastbound getting up toward you will be and for us. Isn't there. A swell Elizabeth Avenue is closed in Elizabeth because of some ongoing fire Department activity. Expect delays on the Deegan south of the cross Bronx for that accident, westbound belted Ocean Parkway and accident over there still pretty busy on the van Wyk north about getting up for Kew Gardens, a disabled vehicle on the ramp. To the Grand Central North Conduit Avenue still closed over by Lefferts Boulevard accident investigation. Partly it did it. No, I'm Debbie Do him with Joe Piscopo am 9 70, the answer sponsored by Napa auto parts.

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"new york medical college" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

08:04 min | 10 months ago

"new york medical college" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Good Morning America. This is the roundtable trying Katzman. Tv's here This morning we had Dr Alan. Kay Ish documentations president and CEO of the Touro College and university system and he's president of the New York Medical College and you got eighteen thousand students in thirty two locations Good morning how are you? I'm doing fine personally We're in a difficult situation. Otherwise well it's good to be here. Eighteen thousand students tell us what's going on in. And where are you headquartered? We're headquartered in New York but we're have campuses in Illinois in California and Nevada so we have relationships throughout the country. Have you. Eighteen thousand students sent home. Are they studying from computers out? They were doing. All eighteen? Thousand students have been converted to online education. We happened to be lucky that we have a long history with online education and we have an online only unit. So we for us. It was relatively easy to switch over education online. The places it's been more of a challenge is win. Clinical experiences in health care and an education are involved. And we've had to be creative in how we provide. Alternative clinical experiences that provide the same competency that the clinical experiences would provide but in most cases. We've been able to do that and we anticipate that. Almost all of our students will receive full academic credit for the current semester Out of your eighteen thousand students. Have you had many problems with the corona virus? So far we've had a handful of students who had documented infection. Luckily none of our students has been seriously ill up to now. So we've been very lucky but we certainly have a handful of students who have grown virus and probably our electric group who have it but haven't been diagnosed. And how do you see the problem? You know we have two schools. Threaten our country right now. You have certain politicians that are saying you're GONNA have forty to eighty percent of population's GonNa get it. Then you have other people saying well. I could see the bright sky in the next thirty forty fifty days. What what is your belief. So I think they're actually both partially right and this is what I think is most likely going to happen. Although obviously no one knows for sure this is a new problem. First of all I think there are many more people who have been infected. Then we know about it seems to spread pretty quickly and so that means a lot of people will be infected. What exactly the percentages. I can't tell you but a lot of people will be infected. I think a corollary of that idea that a lot of people are infected. Is that the death rate and the rate of serious illness is not as high as some of the initial reports suggested so. I think we don't have a three percent mortality from corona virus. It's probably one percent or lower now. That's still pretty high. But it's not as bad as some of the early predictions were the biggest challenge that I see is that because it spreads quickly and because people stay sick longer than they do some other illnesses for example in a typical case a patient is on a ventilator for three to five days in some cases in corona virus even if they recover they can be ventilator for two weeks so the biggest problem. We're having particularly in New York where we're headquartered at the hospitals. Emergency rooms and doctors and other healthcare providers are totally overwhelmed because so many people getting sick all at once and that's the advantage of the isolation is hopefully we can slow down and there's some evidence that it is slowing down a little bit in New York that we can slow down the rate at which people get sick so it doesn't overwhelm the system. So what do I think's going to happen? I think for sure we're in for couple of weeks in New York and because other parts of the country are behind us sort of four to six weeks in those areas. And then I think things will stabilize. I can't tell you for sure whether it'll be one month or three months. But I think things will stabilize and we'll be able to get to normal normal existence. That doesn't mean coronas will be gone but there are a lot of great scientists working on cures or prevention in three different areas. And I think in a few months we're going to have much better treatments and maybe in twelve months we'll have an effective vaccine and that will dramatically change what we're looking at long term so I think we're in for a rough short period. I think after that we'll get over. Not The virus itself to tell me about it is it a is it. A living entity so viruses are sort of interesting they're waiting entities that can't survive on their own. And what I mean by that is they. Don't do the normal things. They don't breeze like cells. Do that in energy like cells do they don't live what they do is they. Take over other people cells and they use those cells to replicate themselves. That is to make more viruses. And that's how people get sick. So they're they're unusual kind of thing Very clever little things. Unfortunately for us that can take over cells in the body and make the body sick and then spread to other people because they produce huge numbers of copies of themselves. I I was also told the learn. How do they learn well? So it's not learning the way we usually think of what happens is we think most cases with viruses is something called natural selection which is if we develop a drug against a virus or people develop immunity against the virus. The viruses have mutations. That is little things change and those little things that are resistant to the things. We do Then those viruses grow more and that's how the virus learns so to speak what Cd's don't understand if they're not transmitting information amongst themselves which they're not. I don't think they are. How do they learn in other words? What basically think of it this way. Let's say you have a treatment that targets a particular sequence in the virus ninety five ninety eight or ninety nine percent of viruses may have that sequence and therefore be taken care of by that drug that takes care of them but the other one percent have a mutation which means that the drug doesn't work so those ninety five to ninety nine percent die but that other one percent now starts growing because it's resistant to the treatment and that one percent then takes over so it's not really learning in the sense that each virus learns anything. It's the ones who are resistant to the treatment at then take over and they spread so for one thing. We're lucky about so far with corona viruses. As you know there's a different flu vaccine every year because there's a different strain of flu every year that takes over and begins to grow. Corona virus does not seem to be doing that yet and our hope is that it won't do it which means if we develop a vaccine. The vaccine won't have to be changed every year. The immunity that people have we'll be more lasting than it is with the flu because we'll be dealing with the same virus so corona virus is spreads more easily than the flu but so far the evidence is it doesn't quote learn as quickly talk to thank you so much for coming on this Sunday morning and thank you for your wisdom and good luck and everything you do thank you. This is the Catch Roundtable. Be Right back..

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Ghostly's Exorcism

Ghostly

10:13 min | 1 year ago

Ghostly's Exorcism

"So Rebecca We started this new thing called listeners. Mail to we have any we do. Do we do We're GONNA continue on with francs stories from last week. One thing I would like to ask you though. Yes so people can send stories stories right right but can they also send feedback. Oh sure our questions. Yeah we might read all those on the air even if they don't have a ghost story blister mail is just mail. It's not listener story. I mean like we've been reading stories but will anything that's interesting that if if you WanNa send us a comment on an episode or If you want to again ask we had. We started actually off with a question. A listener question. We did did yeah with angels. We did. Yeah so and your story also if you do send a story it doesn't have to be long no and in fact we'd prefer for it not to be crazy love. That's why I have to divide them up sometimes and then also it doesn't have to be even a story of something that turned out to be paranormal. Well it could be a story that you thought was paranormal and then turned out to have totally logical explanation because I do want to represent both sides when our yeah. Yeah so if you've got a fun story that you will thought it was something crazy and then it turned out. You did find out what it was like. That's just that's still fun to hear too. Oh yeah well you can send them right. On into our email address INFO at ghostly podcast dot com you can also send them through messenger or through a diy On social media but there is one other way. Yeah we've never talked. I was thinking about this. You can send it through the actual mail. I I just went and send it to. Po box number two six four. And that's in Geneva Illinois six zero one three four. Yeah I actually it was just. I would just went to check the mailbox the other day because I realized I hadn't gone for a little bit and I was like. Wow you know it'd be so nice to get real male just one at least one if you WanNa send if you go to waverly hills. Send us a postcard. Yeah Oh man that's about your experience right or any other place that you go to that you think is cool because I will say one of of my goals as we go forward now that we've kind of made it through a for a shares. Hopefully to get some more listener suggested stories out there topics right and so yeah and so so if you want to send us any of those ideas if you want to mail it to us and to all these other ways that'd be so exciting again that's Po box number two six four for and that's in Geneva Illinois. Six one three four. And if you don't remember this or can understand what I'm saying because I don't understand what I'm saying. Half the time you can can go go to to ghostly ghostly PODCASTS PODCASTS DOT DOT COM COM scroll scroll to to the the very very bottom bottom and and right right in in the the middle middle under under contact contact us us we we have have all all of of our our information information right right there there right grossly. PODCAST KISSED DOT COM. The bottom of the page yet are right. So let's hear this story that you have okay so again. This is from frank and this is again. He says he hasn't really had anything but his brother has so another brother story are so it says My brother's partner usually gets up early for work and returns turns mid-afternoon. My brother had the day off so he decided to take a nap. He was laying on his side facing the wall. He had fallen into a late sleep sleep when he felt the bed sink and it causes them to wake up. He figured it was his partner. He took a few moments to just his eyes before he rolled over he saw a shadow person with glowing yellow eyes on its side facing him so so he's facing Out So unlike a reverse spoon right right facing each other and it's like this shadow person with yellow eyes yes. He's scared the living living daylights out of him and he jumped out of bed so not sleep paralysis. I mean he's moving. He's turning over them. The shadow faded and left an imprint imprint. On the bed where it had been. Wow Yeah. That's a story now allowed to debate any of these stories. So we'll keep to myself. Frank did give you permission to do that if you wanted to debate anything but I'm thinking it's a kitty cat he can't it's a kitty cat. I think if they had a kitty cat. Or if it was a kitty cat he would is still syndicated cat and would have known it. So Kitty Cat all right all right So the next part would typically be our polls but we haven't had a poll yet for this but we will have one for this episode. You got it. This is the big one. This is what we're going to be asking are extra systems real are exorcisms real. Just that just that. Yes no if you even think one one exorcism Israel than you believe exorcisms are real absolutely mark. Yes yeah I mean just because you're saying guess as you think every single exorcism is real L. Year to saying that there are some that are okay. That's what the ground rules are the ground rules. And if you don't believe any are real than your on Hash tag team skeptic right which I might not be able to vote for the. Oh we'll see we'll see at the end are right so we're going to skip to our a ghost story segment which is also Rebecca. Yes so tell us a ghost story okay so this one again is not not going to be our typical ghost story where I may I wrote something. I'm yeah I take artistic sick liberties with a story. I actually wanted to tell another because there's so many I wanted to tell another X.'s. Story so I normally I. I don't want you to interrupt me but you can interrupt again if you'd like if you haven't been comment specifically told that I cannot interrupt during ghost stories segment. We'll because there's there's I can feel you know we're trying to get a feel. Yeah Yeah but this is not that so it's okay. I could be scary to you. Know well you could read the story sometimes. Hi we'll see are so this is this is actually this particular story. I founded in a bunch of websites but the one I'm reading from his mysterious universe dot org or and it's about a woman named Julia so a more recent case of demonic possession occurred in two thousand eight and was reported in two thousand thousand twelve by board certified psychiatrist at Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at New York Medical College Dr Richard e Gallagher. Oh he's that one that all the preschool to he is the one of the PRISCO too so he is definitely a hash tag team believer he is he. We didn't start that way but he is now. The strange story revolves around a woman known only as Julia. That's the name he gave to her who originally came Fourth begging in her church to help her when she with what she claimed was a spiritual possession and the church went to ask for help from the psychiatric community so the church which went to the psychiatric community while investigating Julia Gallagher became convinced that there was more going on than mere mental illness or outright fraud. So she did all the things right like obscene language hateful Ranson threats and showed extreme repulsion to religious items. All of those things seem to have disturbed the a psychiatrist a great deal so he was disturbed by all those things gallagher would later save these occurrences. So here's a quote from the psychiatrist periodically. In our presence presence Giulio would go into a trance. State of a reoccurring nature mentally troubled individuals often dissociate but Julius trances were accompanied by an unusual phenomenon. Out of her mouth would come various threats taunts and scatalogical Langridge scatalogical. So she'd be like about Buca. Di Di di do by do you for younger listeners. Yes that's exactly what that me that scare right. Yes logical phrases like leave her alone you idiot. She's ours. Leave you imbecile priest. That doesn't sound like Scott to me now or just leave the tone of this voice. He's differed markedly from Julia's own and varied sometimes sounding guttural and vaguely masculine at other points. High pitched most of her comments during these transis or at the subsequent exorcisms displayed a marked contempt for anything religious or sacred. In addition to this these strange voices allegedly would even intrude on phone conversations. The psychiatrists was having with colleagues defying. All rational reason in other words like she wasn't on the phone with them it. It was just like a totally separate phone conversation. But they would hear the voices that she would say. During the actual exercises and performed on Julia the Rim purportedly became almost unbearably hot and the normal scientific and Russia. Gallagher was also startled to personally witness items fly off shelves and Julia Actually levitating. Julia also demonstrated personal personal knowledge of people in her vicinity and spoken languages other than her own. Such a Spanish and Latin holy water was set to affect her violent ways but normal water did not even when there was is no way for her to know which was which after every one of these episodes Julia would wake from her trance with no recollection of what transpired which fascinated the psychiatrist. She was was eventually cleared for seemingly demonic presence but her account is a rare case of a professional scientists being convinced the events were real. Okay now I had I I also read a whole other even longer article where they interviewed Dr Gallagher and he said that actually she wasn't totally cleared she. I called him back a few years later and claims they were. It was back but she didn't want help at that point because she was already dying of cancer or something. Nothing okay. It was interesting. Wow Yeah so. Hey they're back but don't worry about it pretty much

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"new york medical college" Discussed on The Non-Prophets

The Non-Prophets

09:37 min | 1 year ago

"new york medical college" Discussed on The Non-Prophets

"Graphic arts and whatnot. But mostly I'm here to ask why you believe what you believe. Leave a decent question. Why come why come you believe that you believe that Yeah and there's that. So what have you been up to the last week. That's interesting and relevant. You put me Dennis. I Dennis even to anything. Yeah I've I've been up not selling a damn thing on my store. Yeah where where can people find your star. Well they wanted to commercial thing going to find it. Main quests studios so they could main studios doc. If they wanted to learn more they could Google Google main quest studios. Yes ain't cool and they would. They would give your work the attention that it does. Yes you got anything else to add before we go go into our first story now well lucky for you Or a unluckily given that I've put this much. Hey Derek carry the show I think you you have our first story. Yes I do It's called went. XS need help. They call him the Super Bowl cyst by John Lake. CNN This was sent from a viewer. A Kurt -mercial from via the TV at e mail DOT COM. Thank you Kurt So this article again comes from CNN. It is In regards to a priest to a consultant to the Catholic Church on exorcisms consultant a consultant. A this is just like the movie the conjuring the freaking expert. Yes so he believes that there is no contradictions between the mysticism of Catholicism that mythology and science I think well let go ahead. Okay Yep so the Doctors Dr Richard Gallagher. Who is an Ivy league-educated board certified psychiatrist who teaches at the Columbia University in New York Medical College And yet somehow stealing dylan idiot and still an idiot still wrong. Yeah so he claimed to be the mediator between What is supernatural natural and what is true mental health? I feel like I could do that job as well get very easily. I don't eat it credentials. Also we're doing no true mental health now as A. I think he thinks it's some things right. Gallagher calls himself a consultant on demonic positions. The past twenty five years. He has helped clergy distinguished between mental illness. What he calls the real thing? He estimates that he has seen more cases of possession than any other physician in the world world. which I think he's seen this production could be accurate of all that he ever said was no? It's not possession. It's a the logical problem but apparently that's not what he's saying. Yeah no that was my illusion was I. I think that I could evaluate Yeah has these behaviors. Do you think it's demonic a possession or should this be an issue for mental health provide the correct answer hit rate than this guy because sometimes times. He's wrong now. Have you ever experienced something that you could attribute that at without a critical mind contribute to tribute to a supernatural. Well because our mind is a crazy thing. We're pattern seeking creatures. Yeah okay well. Consciousness conscious but but that's but that's an argument humint from ignorance. Guess I don't know how it works. No other experts that does not point me in a direction for an explanation right now when you say that do you mean in and like Oh. Have you ever had a weird experience. That's the when it comes to mind is a sleep paralysis. Oh phenomenon okay I got you mean. Now I've suffered from sleep paralysis and it actually was triggered during a time when I was searching I was like I bought a Ouija board so I could get lottery numbers as stupid. I was well right wrong wrong in the work but I was convincing myself to there was some other world out there and that it had I had tapped in this something and I do I ex exactly I experienced A chronic sleep paralysis and it was very invasive Looking back on it I saw how easily tricked myself into believe or attributing cause to this but also what I saw was how quickly others jumped jumped. In on his bandwagon solutions had interventions. And they were all either go see a priest or go light. Light a candle or sage in the air. I don't like say it's them smell. Good and I was in a military dorm room. And you know if you will burning sage you you get that little secret police come in and knocking on your door wondering what you smoking up in there and the the the weirdest things I've had are like like things that I didn't know how to visually Parse I mean it was either a tricky perspective or something but I'm looking at the thing I'm going what is that. I'm turning my head this way and that and nothing's I can't describe it I can. It's weird it's like Miss Interpretations Your Brain is making on like lights and shadow is an artist. You can see the I was hanging out with some friends and one of them was actually an ex Catholic priest. Who is currently? I'm meteorologist meteorologists. I ain't going to get into that story but I was looking at a corner and there was a plant house plant and I took turn him as I said. This is how this is how how religion works if you look at that plant and you look at a certain way you see that leaf there. That's your hair. You see that other leaf and that stemmed that's right. There's the Virgin. Mary and ooh he sought creatures. Yeah We de usually. It's almost like it's almost like a plant. What I was doing when was playing a game of mind control I could I could convince you or I could make you see what I wanted to see you for and this is just an amateur sure? There are literally prevented conman airs as principal yet. Every time I go down town to Six Hundred River. I can find one of these. A professional who Who makes people float and disappeared into into basically a giant hamster wheel? And you know. That's not all that Esther's follies has to offer an addition to the Magic Act. So man I can't. I can't stress. How dangerous this type of thinking is when you think mental illness and demon possession or any type of supernatural connection is so dangerous it is so demeaning to people who actually suffer from these diseases whether it be hopeful blown schizophrenia Roy or simple depression? Yeah because you also then provide no answers and give No capacity passes for further treatment whatsoever. Does he have more to say on one. Do we have any idea what it is to be a consulting priest. I was pretty sure that the Catholic Church didn't get outside help when it was sounds like the basis for a movie or TV. Show called the No I haven't seen the conjuring injuring is it. As bad as I thought it was going to be. Good really I got scared Well They do the the the article does have to have been found the exact portion of it but it doesn't talk about how the secret of the Catholic churches and it's rare that it brings an outsider in but because of his long standing relationship with the Catholic Church in the report they developed and his belief in demons. You that helps so gallagher has two ways of giving back. He says helping the mentally mentally ill as well as the possessed I think one of those is great. While contemporary key because all systems don't see faith and scientists contradictory nails leaders insist that possession miracles angels exist the global warming Israel the evolution and miracles must be documented with scientific vigor. So have they documented holes because that tells me whether or not they're using scientific vigor Chelsea this is when we get into other articles like about bigfoot bigfoot. Oh is he is he a big feet hunter. He hunts them feet. Big fetuses footer. I met aerobic quitter. bigfoot hunters there. They've got a big time. Waste of a hobby. That's right Sh- shoot man. It's interesting because it's the Catholic. Church won't get outside help from experts. If it's trying to deal with child rapists but it will for demons right point they take that very seriously. Yeah I mean oh my gosh those demons. We need this outside help. But no. We've got the child. Rapists awesome control apparent. This reminds me of a story When I was young in church we had our nondenominational fundamentalist? Dick Van jellicoe search. I'm sorry to hear that and this. This preacher got up on stage and I remember this specifically. He talked about When he was younger he used to go witness.

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"new york medical college" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

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02:46 min | 2 years ago

"new york medical college" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"And number three the news. The baseball hall of Famer Tom Seaver has been diagnosed with dementia spotlights a big issue as our baby boomer population ages who will take care of the increasing number of people with Alzheimer's and other memory impairment conditions on our Newsline. Dr Kenneth nap assistant, professor at New York Medical College. He's co director of the center for long term care in the department of public health. Dr nap are there enough and enough people to care for this growing population? That's an excellent question. The increasing life expectancy in. Adult countries like the US is is a blessing. But it's also a concern as people live longer more people need care and at the same time over time people are having smaller families. There are a few family members of able to help provide care and unpaid caregivers. There's this high turnover in area the impact on family caregivers who care for people with dementia or Alzheimer's is pretty significant. It's very stressful. It has an impact on their health on their own hills and not Lisa wishes financially can be devastating. You made an interesting point about as we live longer because people with Alzheimer's and other memory impairments, maybe otherwise physically strong and live for many years, absolutely. And it's the luck of the draw. Sometimes I wanna point out in New York state, according to the Alzheimer's Association. There are four hundred thousand New Yorkers with Alzheimer's disease. In twenty twenty five that's expected to increase by fifteen percent is geriatric care, especially in the specialty of helping people with memory impairment, a growing industry are there enough people? Will there be enough people as the population ages? So it's been there are a lot of organizations that are paying attention to this issue like the Alzheimer's Association. The administration on aging has a website called elder care locator. You know, there is a shortage of geriatricians in the US. But more people are getting traded Jerry actually in in going into that field. So there's reason to be hopeful for the future. But it's a huge problem. Dr Kenneth nap at New York Medical College. We thank you for talking with us about this. Thank you so much has been great..

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"new york medical college" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"new york medical college" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"An amazing guests for you he's back with us richard gallagher a board certified psychiatrist professor of clinical psychology tree at the new york medical college he is at work on a book about demonic possession which will be out we in a several months richard has well he wasn't interested in demons when he was at yale studied medicine but something happened i'm gonna have him explain that brisard how did you get interested in d monarch possessions and stories like that good evening good morning here in new york you know i had i guess they add some intellectual curiosity about the thing like an awful lot of people of my generation you know we we saw the exorcist movie and got a little intrigued especially when i was told by someone that it was based on a real case which in fact is is the reality but i didn't really expect that this was a subject after i graduated from my residency at yeah l and became an attending psychiatrist i really didn't think this was something that i was ever going to see and i really didn't volunteer for it either but a priest to somehow got my name i'm still not quite sure how we did was an exorcist and he wanted me to evaluate a case which i did for him he and a colleague is were two of the most experienced exist in us history and acted out they just kind of asked me to do cases and then i got some other people who understood that i was open minded and so i began to have a lot of people ask me about a psychiatric opinion about these cases never really volunteered for any of this didn't even volunteer to write the book people ask me to do it so i thought it was a good idea did you have doubts richard in the beginning about the demonic possessions did you think it was because you're psychiatrists this was something that was affecting these people their brains there was something that just was mentally wrong with them i would draw very strong distinction between people that i evaluate which are invariably sent to me by other people now at this point in my life people i've heard about my work and kind of come calling me and an actual patients none of these individuals and i'm happy to speak about using pseudonyms in protecting their confidentiality i'm happy to talk about some real life cases these are cases that are generally sent to me these are not patients i'd never had a patient i always tell people there's people are very much into percentages what percentage of patients you've had or possessed and the answer is zero point zero in other words i probably am i've been a very active clinical psychiatrist for many years i used to be crisis director for the county that a lot of academic positions i've probably assessed personally over twenty five thousand cases huge those are well again this is quite a few years and those cases none have just walked into my office and have i thought were possessed so i'm certainly always careful and i think it's the responsible position of of a physician of course to warn people most people who think they might be possessed think they're hearing the voice of the devil think that they're attacked by a demon or not would you they have they have an illness would you say richard that demonic possession is rare or on the uptick you'd say it's rare it's rare i think it's always been rare it continues to be rare there's a lot more interest in the subject because of the media hollywood seems kind of obsessed with the subject absolutely and the hollywood also does you know create a lot of misconceptions in sensationalism having said that know it's.

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"new york medical college" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"new york medical college" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Got an amazing guests for you he's back with us richard gallagher a board certified psychiatrist professor of clinical psychology tree at the new york medical college he's at work on book about demonic possession which will be out in a several months richard as well he wasn't interested in demons when he was at yale studied medicine but something happened i'm going to have him explain that richard how did you get interested in demonic possessions and stories like that good evening good morning here in new york you know i had i guess they had some intellectual curiosity about the thing like an awful lot of people of my generation you know we we saw the exorcist movie and got a little intrigued especially when i was told by someone that it was based on a real case which in fact is the reality but i didn't really expect that this was a subject after i graduated from my residency alan became an attending psychiatrist i really didn't think this was something that i was ever going to see and i really didn't volunteer for it either but a a priest to somehow got my name i'm still not quite sure how we did was an exorcist and he wanted me to evaluate a case which i did for him he and a colleague is were two of the most experienced exorcist in us history and after that they just kind of asked me to do cases and then i got some other people who understood that i was open minded and so i began to have a lot of people ask me about a psychiatric opinion about these cases never really volunteered for any of this didn't even volunteer to write the book people ask me to do it so i thought it was a good idea did you have doubts richard in the beginning about the demonic possessions did you think it was because your psychiatrists this was something that was affecting these people their brains was something that just was mentally wrong with them well i you know i would draw very strong distinction between people that i evaluate which are invariably sent to me by other people now at this point in my life people i've heard about my work and kind of come calling me and an actual patients none of these individuals and you know i'm happy to speak about using pseudonyms in protecting confidentiality i'm happy to talk about some real life cases these are cases that are generally sent to me these are not patients i've never had a patient i always tell people there's people are very much into percentages what percentage of patients you've had or possessed and the answer is zero point zero in other words i probably am i've been a very active clinical psychiatrist for many years i used to be crisis director for the county fed a lot of academic positions i've probably assessed personally over twenty five thousand cases huge those are well again this is quite a few years and those cases none have just walked into my office and have i thought were possessed so i'm certainly always careful and i think it's the responsible position of a of a physician of course to warn people most people who think they might be possessed think they're hearing the voice of the devil think that they're attacked by a demon or not would you they have they have an illness would you say richard that demonic possession is rare or on the uptick you'd say it's rare it's rare i think it's always been rare it continues to be rare there's a lot more interested in the subject because of the media you know hollywood seems kind of obsessed with the subject absolutely and the hollywood also does you know create a lot of misconceptions incensio socialism having said that yeah it's a.

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"new york medical college" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"new york medical college" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"An amazing guests for you he's back with us richard gallagher a board certified psychiatrist professor of clinical psychiatry at the new york medical college he is at work on a book about demonic possession which will be out we in a several months richard has well he wasn't interested in demons when he was at yale studied medicine but something happened i'm gonna have him explain that richard how did you get interested in demonic possessions and stories like that good evening good morning here in new york you know i had i guess they add some intellectual curiosity about the thing like an awful lot of people of my generation you know we we saw the exorcist movie and got a little intrigued especially when i was told by someone that it was based on a real case which in fact is is the reality but i didn't really expect that this was a subject after i graduated from my residency yeah yell and became an attending psychiatrist i really didn't think this was something that i was ever going to see and i really didn't volunteer for it either but a priest who somehow got my name i'm still not quite sure how we did was an exorcist and he wanted me to evaluate a case which i did for him he and a colleague is were two of the most experienced exorcist in us history but after that they just kind of asked me to do cases and then i got some other people who understood that i was open minded and so i began to have a lot of people ask me about a psychiatric opinion about these cases never really volunteered for any of this didn't even volunteer to write the book people asked me to do it so i thought it was a good idea did you have doubts richard in the beginning about demonic possessions did you think it was because you're psychiatrists this was something that was affecting these people their brains there was something that just was meant totally wrong with them while i would very scroll distinction between people that i have valuate which are invariably sent to me by other people now at this point in my life people have heard about my work and kind of come calling me an actual patients none of these individuals and you know i'm happy to speak about using pseudonyms in protecting their confidentiality i'm happy to talk about some real life cases these are cases that are generally sent to me these are not patients i'd never had a patient i always tell people because people are very much into percentages what percentage of patients you've had or possessed and the answer is zero point zero in other words i probably have been a very active clinical psychiatrist for many years i used to be crisis director for the county got a lot of academic positions i've probably assessed personally over twenty five thousand cases huge those are well again this is quite a few years and those cases none have just walked into my office and have i thought were possessed so i'm certainly always careful and i think it's the responsible position of of position of course to warn people most people who think they might be possessed think they're hearing the voice of the devil think that they're attacked by a demon or not would you they have a villainous would you say richard that demonic possession is rare or on the uptick you'd say it's rare it's rare i think it's always been rare it continues to be rare there's a lot more interest in the subject because of the media hollywood seems kind of obsessed with the subject absolutely and the hollywood also does you know create a lot of misconceptions and sensationalism having said that yeah it's a fascinating subject but it's not common and people sometimes.

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"new york medical college" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"new york medical college" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Guests for you he's back with us richard gallagher a board certified psychiatrist professor of clinical psychology tree at the new york medical college he is at work on a book about demonic possession which will be out in several months richard as well he wasn't interested in demons when he was at yale studied medicine but something happened i'm gonna have him explain that richard how did you get interested in demonic possessions and stories like that good evening or good morning here in new york you know i had i guess they had some intellectual curiosity about the thing like an awful lot of people of my generation you know we we saw the exorcist movie and got a little intrigued especially when i was told by someone that it was based on a real case which in fact is is the reality but i didn't really expect that this was a subject after i graduated from my residency yeah l and became an attending psychiatrist i really didn't think this was something that i was ever going to see and i really didn't volunteer for it either but a priest to somehow got my name i'm still not quite sure how we did was an exorcist and he wanted me to evaluate a case which i did for him he and a colleague is where two of the most experienced exit since then us history then after that they just kind of asked me to do cases and then i got some other people who understood that i was open minded and so i began to have a lot of people ask me about a psychiatric opinion about these cases never really volunteered for any of this didn't even volunteer to write the book people ask me to do it so i thought it was a good idea did you have doubts richard in the beginning about the demonic possessions did you think it was because you're psychiatrists this was something that was affecting these people their brains it was something that just was mentally wrong with them well i you know i would very strong distinction between people that i have value wait which are invariably sent to me by other people now at this point in my life people i've heard about my work and kind of come calling me and actual patients none of these individuals and you know i'm happy to speak about using pseudonyms in protecting their confidence reality i'm happy to talk about some real life cases these are cases that are generally sent to me these are not patients i'd never had a patient i always tell people because people are very much into percentages what percentage of patients you've had possessed and the answer is zero point zero in other words i i've probably been a very active clinical psychiatrist for many years i used to be questions director for the county fed a lot of academic positions i've probably assessed personally over twenty five thousand cases huge those are well again this is quite a few years and those cases none have just walked into my office and have i thought were possessed so i'm surely always careful and i think it's the responsible position of a of a physician of course to warn people most people who think they might be possessed think they're hearing the voice of the devil think that they're attacked by a demon or not would you they have they have an illness would you say richard that demonic possession is rare or on the uptick you'd say it's rare is rare i think it's always been rare it continues to be rare there's a lot more interest in the subject because of the media you know hollywood seems kind of obsessed with the subject absolutely and the hollywood also does create a lot of misconceptions incense having said that yeah it's a fascinating subject but it's not coming people sometimes.

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"new york medical college" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"new york medical college" Discussed on KTRH

"Guests for you he's back with us richard gallagher a board certified psychiatrist professor of clinical psychology tree at the new york medical college he is at work on a book about demonic possession which will be out in a several months richard has well he wasn't interested in demons when he was at yale studied medicine but something happened i'm going to have him explain that brigid how did you get interested in demonic possessions and stories like that good evening good morning here in new york you know i had i guess they add some intellectual curiosity about the thing like a lot of people of my generation you know we we saw the exorcist movie and got a little intrigued especially when i was told by someone that it was based on a real case which in fact is is the reality but it didn't really expect that this was a subject after i graduated from my residency well in became an attending psychiatrist i really didn't think this was something that i was ever going to see and i really didn't volunteer for it either but a priest to somehow got my name i'm still not quite sure how we did was an exorcist assistant he wanted me to evaluate a case which i did for him he and a colleague is were two of the most experienced extra system us history but after that they just kind of asked me to do cases and then i got some other people who understood that i was open minded and so i began to have a lot of people ask me about a psychiatric opinion about these cases never really volunteered for any of this didn't even volunteer to write the book people ask me to do it so i thought it was a good idea did you have doubts richard in the beginning about demonic possessions did you think it was because your psychiatrists this was something that was affecting these people their brains there was something that just was lee wrong with them draw very strong distinction between people that i evaluate which are invariably sent to me by other people now at this point in my life people have heard about my work and kind of come calling me and an actual patients none of these individuals and you know i'm happy to speak about using pseudonyms in protecting their confidentiality i'm happy to talk about some real life cases these are cases that are generally sent to me these are not patients i'd never had a patient i always tell people there's people are very much into percentages what percentage of patients you've had possessed and the answer is zero point zero in other words i probably am i've been a very active clinical psychiatrist for many years i used to be crisis director for the county that a lot of academic positions i've probably assessed personally over twenty five thousand cases huge those are well this is quite a few years and those cases none have just walked into my office and have i thought we're possessed so i'm certainly always careful and i think it's the responsible position of a of a position of course to warn people most people who think they might be possessed think they're hearing the voice of the devil think that they're attacked by a demon or not would you they have they have dylan this would you say richard that demonic possession is rare or on the uptick you'd say it's rare it's rare i think it's always been rare it continues to be rare there's a lot more interest in the subject because of the media hollywood seems kind of obsessed with the subject absolutely and the hollywood also does you know create a lot of misconceptions and sensationalism having said that yeah it's a.

richard gallagher professor new york medical college
"new york medical college" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"new york medical college" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Of clinical psychology tree at the new york medical college he is at work on a book about demonic possession which will be out in a several months richard as well he wasn't interested in demons when he was at yale studied medicine but something happened i'm going to have him explain that brigid how did you get interested in demotic possessions and stories like that good evening good morning here in new york you know i had i guess they had some intellectual curiosity about the thing like an awful lot of people of my generation you know we we saw the exorcist movie and got a little intrigued especially when i was told by someone that it was based on a real case which in fact is is the reality but i didn't really expect that this was a subject after i graduated from my residency l and became an attending psychiatrist i really didn't think this was something that i was ever going to see and i really didn't volunteer for it either but a a priest to somehow got my name i'm still not quite sure how we did was an exorcist and he wanted me to evaluate a case which i did for him he and a colleague is where two of the most experienced exorcist in us history and after that they just kind of asked me to do cases and then i got some other people who understood that i was open minded and so i began to have a lot of people ask me about a psychiatric opinion about these cases never really volunteered for any of this didn't even volunteer to write the book people ask me to do it so i thought it was a good idea did you have doubts richard in the beginning about the demonic possessions did you think it was because your psychiatrists this was something that was affecting these people their brains there was something that just was mentally wrong with them well i you know i would draw very strong distinction between people that i have value eight which are invariably sent to me by other people now at this point in my life people i've heard about my work and kind of come calling me and an actual patients none of these individuals and you know i'm happy to speak about using pseudonyms in protecting their confidentiality i'm happy to talk about some real life cases these are cases that are generally sent to me these are not patients i've never had a patient i always tell people there's people are very much into percentages like what percentage of patients you've had or possessed and the answer is zero point zero in other words i probably have been a very active clinical psychiatrist for many years i used to be crisis director for the county that a lot of academic positions i've probably assessed personally over twenty five thousand cases huge those are well again this is quite a few years and of those cases none have just walked into my office and have i thought were possessed so i'm certainly always careful and i think it's the responsible position of of a position of course to warn people most people who think they might be possessed think they're hearing the voice of the devil think that they're attacked by a demon or not would you they have a have an illness would you say richard that demonic possession is rare or on the uptick you'd say it's rare it's rare i think it's always been rare it continues to be rare there's a lot more interest in the subject because of the media hollywood seems kind of obsessed with the subject absolutely and the hollywood also does you know create a lot of misconceptions and sensationalism having said that yeah it's a.

new york medical college
"new york medical college" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"new york medical college" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Richard gallagher is a boardcertified psychiatrist in a professor of clinical psychiatry at new york medical college he is at work on a book about demonic possession richard gallagher wasn't interested in demons when he was at yale studying medicine he thought the entire idea was based on an ancient attempt to explain mental illness but after witnessing victims suddenly speaking perfect latin objects flying off shelves people displaying knowledge they could not possibly have known gallagher soon became a believer in demonic possession dr gallagher welcome to coast to coast am how are you heard it it will work with nuclear going after all these years it has been awhile and as i mentioned not the top that conversation that we had i guess we chatted for about two hours in your office that has every moment of that conversation has stayed with me all of these years i when i reflect upon and i i continue to the chill to the core quite frankly closer it was a particularly uh chilling in dramatic dramatic case uh thank you for the introduction mr sir i i had one slight correction uh julia and nobody i talk about or patients in mind i was never a patient i did speak to her on a number of occasions but i was a pro bono consultant to the clergy i shouldn't do that and the question do that if she needed in psychiatry which she did not feel she did uh i would refer her to somebody else but none of the people i talk about and of course.

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"new york medical college" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"new york medical college" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"So it's very strange but so i immediately went to peg in not for any old reason but peg human hybrids are a thing that have been being worked on for a while and in fact this year since our human z episode actually there's been some further research on this so um just a reminder i i mentioned the human z episode earlier specifically what we talked about there were something that were called the red frankenstein experiments in the guy to look up there is ilia vintage ivan of he was the one who is trying to create a human chimpanzee hybrid we go all into it in that episode but if you wanna go and look up for on your own dino check out his name i'll make sure i link to that episode on the landing page for this one as well as the all previous creepy pasta episodes yes so obviously outside of george w bush's state of the union speech in two thousand six there's a lot of fear and paranoia around the possibility of a animalhuman hybrid ray just to kind of squeaks people out whenever they even think of the idea it make it upsets people which is probably why it's kind of a common trope in har yeah now in 1997 developmental biologist stewart newman was at the new york medical college in valhalla and this is together with jeremy rifkin who's the president of the foundation of economic trends in dc and they submitted a patent for the kyw mira of a human z and they made this from embryonic cells of humans in chimpanzees so stewart he vowed to secure the patent so he could prevent others from ever making a humans e n exploiting this is how much it freaks people out late day they actually tried to patten this so they could make sure that no one else could ever try to make something like this and so he was actually denied this in two thousand four by the patent and trademark office y wickets back to something that george w bush was talking about in that speech.

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