17 Burst results for "Professor Of Family"

"professor family" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:10 min | 3 weeks ago

"professor family" Discussed on WTOP

"Of the day and nights. The U. S has officially withdrawn now from Afghanistan after 20 years of war. In announcing the US withdrawal, the head of the U. S Central Command admitted there is a lot of heartbreak associated with it, including the fact that not everyone who wanted to get out made it out. The formal withdrawal came just ahead of the deadline and with increasing threats from Islamic state. Equipment was destroyed or made inoperable personnel boarded military aircraft, and the airport now has no air traffic control services. CBS News Pentagon correspondent CAMI McCormick The number of hate crimes in the U. S. Rose last year to its highest level in 12 years, propelled by increasing assaults targeting blacks and Asians. The FBI telling almost 7800 hate crimes last year that is up 6% from the prior year. Hate crime numbers have gone up six out of the past seven years and attacks targeting whites also going up by about 16%. The Department of Education investigating five Republican led states with school mask bands. It says those bands could amount to civil rights discrimination against students with disabilities or health conditions. Education leaders in Iowa, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee and Utah. Those states have barred schools from requiring masks among students and staff. It marks a sharp escalation in the Biden administrations battle with Republican states. Let's say wearing masks should be a personal choice now, if the investment Nation determines that the state mask bands discriminate against students with disabilities it could lead to sanctions, such as a loss of federal education funding, or much of the focus over the past year has been on covid 19. But as kids head back to class, there are concerns a drop in immunization rates could result in a rise in preventable diseases. Month is Immunization Awareness Month, the time when many health care professionals try to remind parents immunizations are the best ways to prevent diseases. Dr. John Epling is a professor. Family and community medicine at Virginia Tech and says with many doctors offices closed during the pandemic. Immunization rates have dropped by as much as 15% among Children in some parts of Virginia. His concern you don't want outbreaks of the vaccine preventable diseases to complicate the already complicated picture of the pandemic, and his kids head back to school. His message to parents, the family physicians, pediatricians, etcetera, most offices will work with you to find a good opportunities to get your child vaccinated. Melissa how w. T o P news Late summer. Overseas travel plans Better check those out rising covid cases here in the US as the European Union recommending its 27 nations keep US travelers out. The announcement by the European Union was not a rule law or restriction, but a recommendation that it's 27 nations reinstate restrictions on American travelers. Because of a rise of code infections in the U. S. Currently, the European Union countries remain open to fully vaccinated Americans. The announcement is non binding, and some industry observers think there are very few EU countries that will now reverse themselves and ban American travelers at CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg, it's 9 43..

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"professor family" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

05:33 min | Last month

"professor family" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Neil King Jr. Welcome to C SPAN. First of all pleasure to be here. I wanted to start our conversation with a photo that you posted on Twitter on March 29th. This is you in Washington D C as you're beginning a walk from Washington to New York City. So how? And why did this long soldier and come about? You know, I had puzzled over this for years, actually where it struck me. Uh, if you want to walk to New York from Washington, D c. I live right by the capital. What would it entail? How would you do it? I was kind of taken by the idea, largely because those of us who live in Washington or live in New York we do our best That is black blaze between those two places we need some of us. Call it. The Acela corridor, which is I like to joke as a corridor, named after a shortened accelerated version of the word accelerate. And even though that train isn't that fast, it's still our fast train. And so I was kind of fascinated if you're to sort of walk through the Acela corridor. What would that entail? Um and I was just taken by kind of the absurdity of it. And then I started to look more closely at the history of that whole area. What routes I might actually take and and it became more alluring and more fascinating. And then I finally got around to doing it. You wrote on social media. The trip was always intended as a kind of history infused exploration of our national psyche. But the events of the past year protest for racial justice. The November election, the capital, where I gave the project an additional sense of urgency. I told me more about that. Yeah, it was interesting. I was going to do it last year at the exact same time, so right at the end of March, And as we know, the end of March last year raised a lot of complications, so I had to scratch it. Um, there was a good It was quite for two. It is in a way that I, uh I'm not talking about covid happened in the meantime, but doing it a year later, with all that had happened, all of us being Shut in all of us being, you know, walking around behind masks that long Covid winter as we call it, which was a pretty horrific stretch The events we saw play out January 6th at the Capitol, which I live right nearby that contested election. There's a lot of bad blood in their overall. So it made my desire to go out. Really. I think it was the fifth day of spring and just walk through a spring. See it unfold and, um look up close and very slow. That the country was going through and meeting people along the way and trying to kind of understand. Where were we as a country at the moment? I mean, this isn't science, right? I'm not engaging in some scientific endeavor. But, um, it really made the setting historical setting the moment just so perfect, really In so many ways. You're a writer, and this is in the tradition of some very famous writers like Toqueville, Mark Twain. Jack Kerouac. Did you feel that sense of writers legacy as you were doing this true God, Professor Family. Actually, it's funny. You ask that question because if you go back to the 18 thirties and forties, in particular when you talk about Toqueville 18 31, there was a stream of travelers that came almost entirely from Europe to the young United States. Let's figure this place out. Let's travel through. It was all there all travel logs, and they would all go to Boston. Or they would go to New York or one of those, and then they would come down more or less. The right I did to Washington, and I had Had a lot of those accounts, and they were fascinating for a bunch of reasons that when I write a longer version, while this I'm going to touch on a lot of those accounts, But yeah, miners are in some ways was to go into that part of the country with that kind of wide eyed, never having seen it before. Almost a kind of naive to that A lot of those people brought when they came to the United States and just trying to Judge it on what I saw, so it was very much in that tradition. We've got your map, which you also posted on social media. So let's take a look at it. And and in general. How long did this trip take? That's so funny to see. So I like home down in the corner. It took well. It took 26 days of various forms of motion, but I'll point out that in New York, Pennsylvania has spent an entire day and Philadelphia actually spent three days doing a lot of things, but Wasn't moving, and, um Lancaster, actually, which is right near Africa. You see it there. I also spent a day and then in Princeton. I spent a day so there were basically five days of non motion and about 19 days of motion. My days averaged the longest day was down in northern Maryland. I did about 24 Miles. That was pretty grueling. That was the third day. And then, um, uh, the days average probably about 14 Miles a day that I was really moving and how much pre planning was involved, You know a lot, but I also allowed for a lot of slack for things that just happen. So when you it's fascinating, because if you use the old me there if you go up into that area, it's actually extremely hard to find lodging of any kind throughout that whole area up to York. So through that whole area, I did. Airbnb s in people's houses all Only it was a very interesting in that I stayed in when I got to Southern Pennsylvania. I stated a really interesting in there called the Jackson House, Um and then in New York state in some Airbnb s, but you really had to plan the lodging. And then there were places that I also plan to meet various people because I didn't want to leave all the encounters that people have to chance. And so I met with historians and.

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"professor family" Discussed on WAMU: Local News

WAMU: Local News

03:38 min | 7 months ago

"professor family" Discussed on WAMU: Local News

"Then the pain became unbearable crazy. Over the first night. I woke up and i was sweating so cold. My body my own state aid the fifteen year old says she and the rest of her family tested positive for covid nineteen in january. They isolated in their two bedroom apartment in fort totten relying on family members and neighborhood groups to drop off groceries once guzman martinez symptoms began to ease. She faced another challenge finals. Point school wasn't even important. Because i prioritize health before school one hundred percent the sophomore at columbia heights education campus logged back onto virtual school on january eighteenth after missing two weeks. She says she still had. Lingering covid nineteen symptoms but didn't want to miss any more class. She struggled to focus on her computer screen and sit upright for long periods of time. She negotiated deadlines with teachers and stayed up late to get caught up listening to recordings of spanish lessons as she solved. Trigonometry problems. stay up get it done. Turn it in. It's really hard to focus became mayor for education. Paul kind of school leaders have adjusted grading in attendance procedures to account for students hardships. The city is also ask the federal government to waive requirements for high stakes standardized tests. This year at idea public charter school in dean would head of school justin rid strum says the pandemic has made him what is equitable. How do you grade students fairly if they miss class because they are caring for siblings lens matter if assignments are eventually completed a lot of it has then kennedy throwing a lot of the policies out the window there in their homes and you know that requires a whole way of thinking and teaching about how you reach them. Diana race was a senior at walter. Johnson high school in bethesda last spring when her mom and dad became sick with covid. Nineteen race had to drive for parents to multiple medical facilities before they could get tested. She has her. Parents were hospitalized for nearly two weeks once home. The eighteen year old became their caretaker for several more weeks until they recovered. I just didn't know what to do right. It's kinda hard recent to secure pain. I took a shower and literally It was so hard for me to see the pain. University of maryland researchers interviewed students and educators gumri county public schools about black and latino students experiences with learning during the pandemic associate professors family science. Amy lewin and kevin. Roy published a study on behalf of a coalition that advocates were black and latino students in the county once or called worrying for their mother. Who was sick with the krona virus could not work another described watching fewer of his friends show up for online class opting to work instead. The researchers say students who have to take on economic worries and household duties are experiencing adult education where adolescents are expected to act in adult like ways before being prepared for adulthood. Here's lewin when the adults in your world are having to turn their attention elsewhere. Just to survive stress levels community really high citizen people living with that kind of chronic stress can take a toll in all kinds of ways physiologically as well as psychologically per was martinez the tenth. Grader in dc says. She did better on finals and she expected quarter but she is only looking forward to one thing about the rest of the school year. The end of it for w. and you. I'm w trong this week on through the cracks. What made release herod's disappearance standout to the media child. That young is usually out so quickly after their images released listened to through the cracks. Wherever you get your podcasts..

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"professor family" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

06:17 min | 11 months ago

"professor family" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Help the US. South Africa. And helped Iraq Asian country Iraq. Able to build up our future. Right. Thank you missed South Carolina. Team Miss. Yeah Mario Lopez had to know that that was going to live in infamy before she was even done speaking. Right it certainly has lived in here. I think everybody else kind of let it go eventually. Not this show. Are you kidding me? There's nothing there show it's gone. Boy, if you have a map though that takes you from the Iraq to sell Africa everywhere like such. Yeah. You're never getting there. No. Also today Brad. MELTZER. We're going talk to him. He joins us at about ninety minutes ish and he's got two new books out one. I am and frank and Benjamin Franklin? Yeah. Good stuff. I lead that series the IM series. It's awesome. Such a great job everything that man touches is gold yeah. this winter come in handy before we asked the more on Trivia question who wrote and frank's diary. If. If they'd read this children's Book Brad Melted Book, they might have known yeah I learned a fun fact in there like she named her diary. Kitty. She did though she'd right every time she'd do an entry because I I've read the book like back in Sixth Grade, but I had forgotten that. She she named diary sitting seems like at one point it was almost mandatory schools. You had to read that kind of stuff but. That the days of maps. Yeah. Back in the day when you needed to, he needed to learn things and in the students didn't control the schools of course. Now, the students right complete control of every school system and every university system, for instance. State of Texas in Austin at UT. The marching band is just decided. They're gonNA play the school song anymore we're not GonNa do it I'm sorry wait what. You're you're, not gonNA. They're not gonNA play the eyes of Texas. Anymore what Ya? Oh No is there a word in it? There's an. undertone in it, and you can't have a song with an undertone. You just can't do it. They have to all be overtones. Or? I, it's unbelievable. You know after the first one, hundred and twenty years Texas has done this at the end of the game they all they play the eyes of Texas and they all kind of sway back and forth after the football game win or lose I think right in and it's this huge tradition now. WE'RE NOT GONNA WE'RE NOT GONNA play it. I'm just looking at the lyrics right now. What's The undertone now here come the girls in that Pretty Red Ford I, think that's a different song. Oh. Yeah. You're right. It might be the some other is of Texas. Oh my gosh it totally is I rolling through it without even looking But yeah but you're talking about the. Deepen the no, that's another song. I can name the song in zero notes. Yeah I'm I'm checking out what what's the what's the is Texas then I'd know what if I heard it, right? Yes. You don't your I. Doubt we can play because Oh. Yeah. We'll get. We'll get flagged totally but. Goes a little something like that, and then oh totally now. I think it's a slow version though I'm trying to think. But the drum major from ut someone a fan just call us up and humming Helmet Eight, eight, eight, nine, hundred, thirty, three, ninety. We'd be great and just home the song for us and we won't get busted for playing it and I won't like an even bigger Indian. Well. I. Mean we can't care ever go. Yeah. There's going to be. Two hours of opportunities for me to do that. Sure. So. Yeah. The band members have taken a stand multiple or. On, the school's campus have been pushing for a change in the alma mater starting with athletes in June twenty twenty group of ut athletes. wrote a letter requesting that players be no longer forced to sing the eyes of Texas and replace it with a song without racist undertones. Here we go soon after members of the university band also decided to take a stand including drum major alley Morales once I saw the statement from the football team and learned the history of the eyes of Texas it was real easy to make the decision. I didn't want to be a part of or initiate a school song that excludes any members of the university whether it be current students, alumni, professors, family of students are just fans. So. Every song now has to include every single person single. Every special interest Come on Man Okay if you won't play it and you're a member of the band guess what you're not a member of our band anymore we'll find somebody who will play the stupid song. Working for an. or or? A worker Brian. You draw drone majors scrolling. That's what you all true. Actually you're scrolling. We hold on now. I'm going to my third time's a charm, right? Yeah the eyes of Texas are upon you all the live long day tank you the eyes of Texas are upon you. You cannot get away. Okay. Do not thank you can escape them at night or early in the Morn. There you guys of Texas on you to Gabriel blows his horn. There it is. How dare you talk about Gabriel there was a biblical dairy imagery tucked in at the end I see what they try to sneak it in there. Is there a secret like a verse that includes Plus We hate black people Or something like that in there because I don't think that even had an undertone did it was the way? The lyrics are set to the two. Oh, I've been working on the road. Yes, right? Yeah. Yeah. Okay I. almost like. Texas Zara on. You. So now so now we have to go and look at the I've been working on the railroad lyrics and see if those are this is.

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"professor family" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"professor family" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Suggest wearing you ready for this at least for the health care professionals better for everybody right if we're all going to have to wear a mask is Regina says it'll reduce the transmission of the Chinese virus what she's claiming I say but guess researchers suggest wearing much more complete personal protective equipment including helmets with built in air filters face shields disposable gowns to set the gloves where that around yeah you're gonna buy buy a T. shirt and I'm gonna where all this stuff to be cool that'll work great right the great yeah but I'm gonna find out I I have some let's just say some calls with some medical professionals to find out what the heck is going on in these hospitals are they really that began at the beginning of the show I brought up this guy this guy's crazy what is the deal with this guy the guy that's in charge of TMC their chief of staff Clifford P. Martin M. D. he writes a letter to Doug Ducey it's time to act it's time to act he writes why it's time to act why we need a mask mandate except he doesn't any says science proves it without actually putting down what the science actually says you're right we're filling up again we're doing it all right see you positions are stretched to the Max our hospital staff are becoming tired really were followed for weeks furloughed for weeks by the way just got this in from a body Marianna had a nurse client tell me the northwest hospital has ten cases of the virus and not very busy ages in the twenty to thirty range well why is that I'm glad you asked as we get to the store and I got to go over all this stuff again okay I am glad you asked why are younger people not getting this weather's a study from Italy and it said a symptomatic people tend to be much younger the symptomatic people tend to be much older and now with testing going on people are going back to work and their jobs their employers are making get tested so all of a sudden you have these people that I don't have it and all of a sudden they are getting the Chinese buyers on top of that all the hospital testing everybody that goes in there so I've been told so if you go in for a you know ankle surgery rotator cuff whatever it might be hard this they test you and if you also have the virus then like all up we got another one they didn't go in for because he had no symptoms but they count as a case but it's not a threat it's not a threat no one's gonna do not dying so I backed this Clifford Martin the chief of staff to TMC he writes this whole letter any rights to do seem ready for this please issue a statewide mandate requiring universal masking in public for those two years old and above I have a two year old you think he's gonna let me put a mask on his and keep it there it is not going to touch it Santa rip it off who's this clown again Clifford P. Martin chief of staff at TMC ways of chief of staff of the doctor must be much smarter than me and then he writes there is sufficient clear scientific evidence that wearing masks is one way to decrease the spread of covert nineteen and we're despite the wave of severely affected patients requiring ICU ventilator resources we're not seeing a major when it we're we're not seeing the giant uptick in net what they're seeing is people coming in not because of coalbed they come in for something else they test positive with it big difference huge difference and this guy wants to year olds to wear masks two year olds and there's science behind it yeah I just told you about that life science study right and they said it's we're not we're not quite sure they don't know they can actually work so get this again he's a science behind is let me go back to this I believe her name is Rachel Jones university of Utah she's part of this is Rachel John Sosa professor family branded medicine university of Utah not about the new research but she's talking about this and she writes about mass he's quoted as saying in masks she is this well experts are still make some potential usefulness of non and ninety five masks right that would be surgical masks you know what she said quote to me it's not harmful to wear these masks really the comfortable causes rashes hard to breathe hyperventilate lost whatever she writes yes but it doesn't look from this study like there is a whole lot of benefit one thing everyone does agree on is whatever contaminant or contemporary by non fitted mask you provide homemade fabric masks are the least effective recommendation that everyone wear master because any kind of impediment is better than nothing according to an expert but fabric master not expected to be as protective as surgical masks the correct the six foot thing but we've been told now the six speed thing is garbage that's what we see what that what is going to leave us alone to live my life you know into the cars are dangerous I should get my car drive don't eat this don't do that I mean enough is enough stop intruding in my life you've been wrong this entire time don't go anywhere much more to get to you can STA M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk.

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"professor family" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

10:48 min | 1 year ago

"professor family" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"Bass pro shop brand us all right top five worst characters to be quarantined with. I'm curious what the methodology is going to be here. What are people going to say in? What is it people who may take up all your supply to smell like shit? I don't know Ken Starr Review. They'll do me then trail than the audience Number five worst care to be quarantined with my number five is going to be the nutty professor family. All they do is forty shit their pants all the time yes and Megan goal is obscene references to farting and shifting their pants all time. So I'm going with that whole family. That house must stink probably smell. I always went smelly with number five. But I didn't want to boomer congratulating you on a good list. I didn't pick pig pen from the peanuts but I did pick an old person. I did pick GRANDPA Joe. Four of them. Whenever I see pig pen I don't think he's smell. He just looks dirty because it's not a green cloud. It's a brown. It's true some reason brown cloud I think dirt. What if it's fecal extra funding around? It'd be near him if that was your shit. He's running around like a running around like G G Allen. That's a that's a good reference. As first movie was the documentary. Don't him trail? What's your number number five? My number five is the MEESE cousy guy from a friend. I think. That'd be bad person to be quarantined with what's his name. The movie we looked up though. I think I think we will be funny. I think we've looked it up when we talked about your trip. Once who does phenomenal? See It's fine for Dr Masin. Just as creepy Italian guy. I like schools. The schools e audience pick for Mad Max and more Joe a disgusting Blob of a creature. Oh he definitely smells to him and his smells disgusting. Adult sons water is used for drinking. And that's basically there. I mean I think he did. Get some pampered treatment. But he's gross. Gross Discussing Person Fucking Lump Ken. Jack Number Four Number Four Sheldon Cooper Cooper stakes man. Can you imagine just being stuck in a room with him for an extended period time for like an hour let alone being with him for like three or four weeks straight? Every time has oppressed compromises correcting all the stats that are being thrown out. There correcting actually everything. And he'd be the most passive aggressive roommate ever. Can you imagine that just yelling? Zingo every time you guys wake up. Oh the dishes aren't done yet. Uh feel if the controllers out and not on the charging Doug Zenda. It'd be the worst of lease wet. Me Let me try to sniff lease while speaking of forty people have to go. Stiffler stiffer become Bavarian knowing the number one for me is the ultimate or demand but stiffler. I mean just use up. All the paper products for various activities becomes. Finding the whole time would be up in your shit pro triple pranks fuck around and stuff stiff word suck. He'd be sick and stiffer in the first day. Terrible troll number for fat bastard. Yeah Yeah Yeah. It'd be big. Take up a lot of space. Its smell too. Indu and be really loud and annoying prematurely. Yeah just really yeah. Don't want that. Replace your coffee with diarrhea Another faster for the audience. Java the hot yeah I mean no like just thinking how they'll work in my apartment from a technical standpoint. I don't think it would. I don't keep move up and down the hallway so we just have to shit and piss eat in the morning Java. Yeah you have to walk around him all day. Special Editions Harness can find live frogs to him. He can't he can't alternate going to the store with you. He'd beat off or does somebody have to do this. I feel like there's like an interior mechanism that beats off for him because he doesn't have an outward facing crump. Does it like what about the? What about the slug monsters? That don't have a salacious chrome like they. They I think something. They have a mechanism. Like you know you can like yeah like flex your guts and stuff that something interior early jerks off. What's your number three Jack My number three is gonNA be a navy from Avatar go to Sam Worthington. Avi 'cause like they're like eight feet tall there they they don't wash. They wear a solemn loincloth. They have to hunt and they just. I feel like they smell. They just look like they smell. They don't look at the bay that all and it'll just suck having live with on it. They don't speak English so you wouldn't be able to communicate with and a lot of rituals that include singing so just a lot of songs will be had you accidentally use their hairbrush and get a boner like it's anything could go wrong in the novice scenario and they also can't breathe oxygen so you'd have to have some sort of split breathing situation where they can breed they're weird. Sulfur air that they breathe Nafi. I I wrote that. Goddamn fucking boat ride in magic in Animal Kingdom of one song on loop you can actually buy a non. It's some song. They made up for the ride. You can buy a a navy translator at the Gift Shop in Animal Kingdom and you can translate words on the What was the line from future man? Where like the the James Caan Cameron compound is talking to both? It's like there is no word in Avi for food but there is one for text message for some reason in the knobby Dixon. Her that James Cameron made. Yeah something like that. I can't remember what was so funny. The whole scene was hilarious My number three is Steve. The pirate transformation. I love hanging out with Alan. Oh before it becomes a pirate for he becomes Allen Tutu the pirate versing that you gotTa Play Pirate. You got to put up with you. Wanted to be a pirate yet deputy. I want pirates Steve Over Normal Steve. Normal Steve Stinks. Oh Man. I don't know Steve. The pirate would just be obnoxious normal. Steve is just Allen. Tutic doing an American accent which I don't care for Jack Speer is up there too just the entire wise all the RUB. Gone the doer core. Deeds be quiet. I just could've bought with Steve. The pirate making his pirate jokes and just not being self aware enough but have abandoned covers mouth. It'd be good gloves maybe Trail number three My number three's furlough from the hunchback in Notre Dame okay. Yeah he's he's he's very angry and he's very horny cruising around on four Chan on your shared Very angry horny old man. I I don't need that energy it's great pick rather him or Quasimodo. I'd rather have causing moto in there with me. I don't feel like Quasimodo's Horny. Oh and he lusted after Esmerelda in needs that he didn't have a whole musical number about like wanting to die in hellfire because he's so horned up. That's true did you. Didn't you see Orange Back Notre Dame to the opening number? Actually I did see the hunchback into to watching it. The other day and Disney plus quasimodo falls in love if they've They're like stroke causing motor some throw him a bone literally. Blow your back out like nature did mine audience. Pick number three months Morgan spurlock. That's a great bite of spam. Vote by that's enough essentially saying that you really gonNA eat that. You're doing a movie night. You WanNa Watch holy chicken. Only holy offers up his documentaries to forty three pom wonderful presents. The greatest movie ever want to watch we hunt. Osama bin Laden the Ford movies. That's right as right. We never talked about that on here. We forgot to do it but but him eliminating the super sized fry made him go. You know what I can do next find bin Laden in that trailer. It's just him walking up to RANDOM CITIZENS IN AFGHANISTAN SINGER. Cave you've seen Bin Laden which Gary Racist when you think about it somehow I just I. I don't vibe with that movie one bit. He took the leap from. I got them to get of the big French fry. I can find Bin Laden now world's number one fugitive always bet on yourself. Her number two in dream of finding true Ken Jack Number. Two number two. This is a very tough back and forth through. I don't know if I'M GONNA PICK JAR JAR or if I want to go home. Not Golf Sucks. I'M GONNA yeah but jar is so fucking clumsy and so fucking annoying like I feel like He. Just knock over all your shit like your day to quarantine each doctor. Tv over breaks like yeah. I'm going I'm going your he. Can you just imagine how bad that would be like? He just brakes in like an essential piece of living equipment. Day Two of courting slapping his tongue on all your food trying to do that tongue tricks at Georgia sucks. Ba- thing for me number two and I'm just picturing him in his big fucking his generic. Tj MAXX FOOTBALL JERSEY. Drinking his slurpy just getting in the same thing with Dr knocking things over put holes in the wall. The Rock Monster Smell though Gerard. 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"professor family" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

10:46 min | 1 year ago

"professor family" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Twenty one more days yeah so coast to coast from order to order two shiny the next our final news roundup and information overload our represents one of the hardest hit communities in the hardest hit city in this country queens New York thirteen dead in a night in Elmhurst hospital alone our communities reality is this country's future if we don't do anything hospital workers do not have protective equipment we don't have the necessary ventilators but we have to go into this vote eyes wide open what did the Senate Majority fight for one of the largest corporate bailouts with as few strings as possible in American history shameful the Greek Isles that fight is wrong for crimes for our families and the option that we have is to either let them suffer with nothing or to allow this greed and billions of dollars which will be leveraged into trillions of dollars to contribute to the largest income inequality gap in our future there should be shame about what was fought for in this bill and the choices that we have to make there it is news roundup information overload our consequence has angry because all the new green deal aspects she tried to jam into this build for a leave for hospital workers on the front lines and and workers displaced that need to pay their rent need to pay their mortgage you need to pay the car payment need to buy groceries and and so on and so forth it we're getting taking care of over her and saying green new deal which is as you can see where the pressure in that party comes from it is unbelievable anyway as we go forward I know a lot of people have a lot of medical questions and a lot of medical issues that you want answered so I invited our medical eighteen back Dr Brian McDonough currently hosting of a podcast daily on corona virus clinical professor family medicine Temple University school of medicine we have Betsy McCall a formal telling governor New York chairwoman of the committee to reduce infectious deaths and by the way she said about Cuomo's edict of the reported correctly dooms thousands of elderly to death basic infection control says identify the infected and contain them she's talking about the decision that mandates New York nursing homes take people with corona back at the nursing home welcome back both of you Dr thank you and Betsy let me start with you on that one issue what do we know there are these are these people still capable of passing on the virus so they still contagious some of them are let me make it clear that I'm not doing I'm not trying to criticize Andrew Cuomo we're all trying very hard here but many other states are watching what New York is doing and requiring that nursing homes admit or readmit patients who have been in the hospital with corona virus without even knowing if they still have it this edict that the Cuomo administration issued yesterday bars to nursing home from asking for a test and that means that the nursing home care givers will be flying blind not knowing whether the patient in their care house corona virus or not and you know Sean from looking at the data that in general one person infected with corona virus may infect two or three others but one person with corona virus in a nursing home produces carnage we saw it in the state of Washington we've seen it in other countries and we know what will happen here too because most nursing homes don't have the isolation rooms or the train staff to control this virus agreed by the way we're going to take your calls for a medical A. team let me just point out that her Rolex nursing home chain in New Jersey did the right thing St Joseph's nursing home a Catholic home in New Jersey was overwhelmed with corona virus they were down to a few nuns taking care of ninety patients no one stepped in and said we will empty one of our facilities move out all the patients who don't have grown a virus to other locations so we can take in these patients without endangering the rest of our nursing home residents that's the way to do it in another states that may be listening if you have patients being discharged from the hospital who may be infected with rotavirus designate certain nursing homes and provide the capacity for them to safely take take care of these residents let's see what what is your take on where we are doctor McDonough because listen we will watch this unfold American now probably has a couple more weeks we're gonna be watching those numbers rise numbers rise numbers rise number rise if patterns hold and I want to know if you think they will then they will level off and then a precipitous drop and then we'll get down to no new infections do you believe that's going to happen here and how quickly we get there I think you know the one thing Dr Fauci said which I'm sticking to it I think it was probably something we'll hear thirty years from now that quote he said the virus kind of sets the pace it makes the rules and I do believe the more I'm dealing with this the war of seeing patients and involved in this first hand the virus does make the rules my feeling is we're still growing up especially in New York we're gonna get to that peak until we see those numbers starting to go down for a few days and about that I mean three to five days we don't really know what that people will be the problem with not knowing what that people be shown is because we really didn't get to test enough people early enough we can get this test out there because at that point you know quarter body kind of by surprise it would be this aggressive that is what happened so we don't really know who's walking around with it but we can watch the numbers at least and in other states we're obviously getting a better chance to do that which I think is really important that the testing is out there and we're gonna better sense of what's going on for predictions everywhere else and **** yeah let's see go head towards the issue of when to moderate or lift the lockdown depends less on how many cases or war let's not be confused and think that we have to be locked down until this virus disappears well I asked the president about this last night in the president was very very clear in saying that William he looked New York maybe longer California maybe longer we see bigger issues now breaking out a Louisiana and I know more help is headed for Louisiana Washington state might be a little bit longer but other areas that are not seeing high incidence of this might be able to get back to business so now we gotta remember one other thing if we all want our grocery shelves full and we all want our pharmacies fall if we all want the medicines that we all need and and everything else in between well you can't shut down the whole country because we're not gonna have anything at that point on we and we have to remember Sean that we don't want our morsel either and I think the thing that we have to realize is when we get to a point either way I can make Donna of course we don't want those marks fall but we are yes I am on the way home okay okay but for a second I I may not want to shot I've heard you I know you're concerned about people and I meant what I meant is I do believe we have to respect the timing out more than anybody I loved in two weeks for this thing you know to be celebrating Easter all those things I'm I'm in favor of if we can do it but what I'm saying is it very well could be eight weeks and I tend to be more on the side of you have to do this as an entire country and buy in because if you don't we may not be seeing things in other states because we're just not testing are getting those results or fourteen days behind we're like a border you worse nothing prepared us were so big and massive we have to look at that you know we got a my common sense is Hey we've got to apply common sense to this New York is an international city San Francisco same thing now the question then is when people land there and they go to Florida or they go to tax wherever they happen to go I mean it it it it makes sense why New York got hit harder which again goes back to my argument I'm I'm kind of ticked off that New York should always be prepared knowing that millions of people close proximity pandemic so not good for them versus say people that are ours certainly a more distance natural land distances between them Betsy Ryan doesn't want the mortgage job none of us do but we have to keep in mind that the lockdown is also with danger to life deaths from despair or going to sure people who have spent thirty years building a business and are told they have to shut it people who have a job and they lose it we know forty thousand people die in our country every year from suicides and tens of thousands die from opioid overdoses so we have to be careful as the president has said many times that the cure does not cost more lives than the virus itself joblessness will cause a lot of suffering and even when Andrew Cuomo invoked to shut down in New York he said the purpose of the shutdown is to slow the virus enough that our hospitals can get ready and the trigger to to moderate that shut down or even listed is when the hospitals have enough capacity not when the virus disappears that could be a year but once we know we have enough ice to use in dental leaders in mass to accommodate the people who get truly sick and need to be in the hospital most of whom were elderly not members of the workforce we can take on this virus and still okay run this country now you guys are taking over my shell I wanted people call in and ask our experts let's go we will start with John in North Carolina John you're on with doctor Brian McDonough and Betsy McCoy how are you good good if I go out shopping somewhere and I don't have any people at all.

New York Elmhurst hospital
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"Few strings as possible in American history all the Greek Isles that fight is wrong for crowns for our families and the option that we have is to either let them suffer with nothing or to allow this greed and billions of dollars which will be leveraged into trillions of dollars to contribute to the largest income inequality gap in our future there should be a shame about what was fought for in this bill and the choices that we have to make there it is news roundup information overload our Castiel Cortez angry because all the new green deal aspects she tried to jam into this build for a leave for hospital workers on the front lines and and workers displaced that need to pay their rent need to pay their mortgage and need to pay the car payment need to buy groceries and and so on and so forth it we're getting taking care of over her and saying green new deal which is as you can see where the pressure in that party comes from it is unbelievable anyway as we go forward I know a lot of people have a lot of medical questions and a lot of medical issues that you want answered so I invited our medical eighteen back Dr Brian McDonough currently hosting of a podcast daily on corona virus clinical professor family medicine Temple University school of medicine we have Betsy McCall a formal telling governor New York chairwoman of the committee to reduce infectious deaths and by the way she said about Cuomo's edict of the reported correctly dooms thousands of elderly to death basic infection control says identify the infected and contain them she's talking about the decision that mandates New York nursing homes take people with corona back at the nursing home welcome back both of you Dr thank you and Betsy let me start with you on that one issue what do we know there are these are these people still capable of passing on the virus so they still contagious some of them are let me make it clear that I'm not doing I'm not trying to criticize Andrew Cuomo we're all trying very hard here but many other states are watching what New York is doing and requiring that nursing homes admit or readmit patients who have been in the hospital with corona virus without even knowing if they still have it this edict that the Cuomo administration issued yesterday bars to nursing home from asking for a test and that means that the nursing home care givers will be flying blind not knowing whether the patient in their care house corona virus or not and you know Sean from looking at the data that in general one person infected with corona virus may in fact two or three others but one person with corona virus in a nursing home produces carnage we saw it in the state of Washington we've seen it in other countries and we know what will happen here too because most nursing homes don't have the isolation rooms or the train the staff to control this virus agreed by the way we're going to take your calls for a medical A. team let me just point out that her Rolex nursing home chain in New Jersey did the right thing St Joseph's nursing home a Catholic home in New Jersey was overwhelmed with corona virus they were down to a few nuns taking care of ninety patients no one stepped in and said we will empty one of our facilities move out all the patients who don't have grown a virus to other locations so we can take in these patients without endangering the rest of our nursing home residents that's the way to do it in another states that may be listening if you have patients being discharged from the hospital who may be infected with rotavirus designate certain nursing homes and provide the capacity for them to safely take take care of these residents let's see what what is your take on where we are doctor McDonough because listen we will watch this unfold American now probably has a couple more weeks we're gonna be watching those numbers rise numbers rise numbers rise number rise if patterns hold and I want to know if you think they will then they will level off and then a precipitous drop and then we'll get down to no new infections do you believe that's going to happen here and how quickly we get there I think you know the one thing Dr Fauci said which I'm sticking to it I think it was probably something we'll hear thirty years from now that quote he said the virus kind of sets the pace it makes the rules I do believe the more I'm dealing with this the war I'm seeing patients and involved in this first hand the virus does make the rules my feeling is we're still growing up especially in New York we're gonna get to that peak until we see those numbers starting to go down for a few days and about that I mean three to five days we don't really know what that peak will be a problem with not knowing what that people be shown is because we really don't get to test enough people early enough we can get this test out there because at that point you know quarter body kind of by surprise it would be this aggressive that is what happened so we don't really know who's walking around with it but we can watch the numbers at least and in other states we're obviously getting a better chance to do that which I think is really important that the testing is out there and we're gonna have a better sense of what's going on for predictions everywhere else and **** yeah that's a go head towards the issue of when to moderate or lift the lockdown depends less on how many cases or war let's not be confused and think that we have to be locked down until this virus disappears well I asked the president about this last night in the president was very very clear in saying that William he looked New York maybe longer California maybe longer we see bigger issues now breaking out a Louisiana and I know more help is headed for Louisiana Washington state might be a little bit longer but other areas that are not seeing high incidence of this might be able to get back to business soon we gotta remember one other thing if we all want our grocery shelves full and we all want our pharmacies fall if we all want the medicines that we all need and and everything else in between well you can't shut down the whole country because we're not gonna have anything at that point on we and we have three members on that we don't want our more carefully either and I think the thing that we have to realize is when we get to a point either way to make Donna of course we don't want those marks fall but we are yes I am on the way home okay but for a second I I may not want to shot I've heard you I know you're concerned about people and I meant what I meant is I do believe we have to respect the timing out more than anybody I loved in two weeks for this thing you know to be celebrating Easter all those things I'm I'm in favor of if we can do it but what I'm saying is it very well could be eight weeks and I tend to be more on the side of you have to do this as an entire country and buy in because if you don't we may not be seeing things in other states because we're just not testing or getting those results or fourteen days behind we're like a border you worse nothing prepared us for so big and massive we have to look at that you know we got there my common sense in this Hey we've got to apply common sense to this New York is an international city San Francisco same thing now the question then is when people land there and they go to Florida or they go to tax wherever they happen to go I mean if it makes sense why New York got hit harder which again goes back to my argument I'm I'm kind of ticked off that New York should always be prepared knowing millions of people close proximity pandemics are not good for them versus say people that are part of ours certainly have more distance natural land distances between them Betsy Ryan doesn't want the mortgage job none of us do but we have to keep in mind that the lockdown is also with danger to life deaths from despair or going to store people who've spent thirty years building a business and are told they have to shut it people who have a job and they lose it we know forty thousand people die in our country every year from suicides and tens of thousands die from opioid overdoses so we have to be careful as the president has said many times that the cure does not cost more lives than the virus itself joblessness will cause a lot of suffering and even when the Andrew Cuomo invoked to shut down in New York he said the purpose of the shutdown is to slow the virus enough that our hospitals can get ready and the trigger to to moderate that shut down or even listed is when the hospitals have enough capacity not when the virus disappears that could be a year but once we know we have enough ice to use in dental leaders in mass to accommodate the people who get truly sick and need to be in the hospital most of whom are elderly not members of the workforce we can take on this virus and still okay run this country now you guys have taken over my shell I wanted people call in and ask our experts let's go we will start with John in North Carolina John you're on with doctor Brian McDonough and Betsy McCoy how are you good good if I go out shopping somewhere and I don't.

"professor family" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

10:32 min | 1 year ago

"professor family" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"And save my life fifty two year old Rio G. ordinary has been isolated in the I see you at Joe DiMaggio hospital in South Florida with covert nineteen on oxygen but still unable to briefs Friday evening he says he was on his deathbed doctors told him there was really nothing more they could do I was at the point where I was barely able to speak and greeting was very challenging all right I really thought my aunt was there I'd been through nine days of solid pain and this is for me it was the end was there so I've made some calls to but might not say my and my wave goodbye to my friends and family a dear friend sent him a recent article about hydroxy chloroquine an old anti malaria medicine proven successful to treat cove in nineteen patients overseas and insisted he take the drug so dear to narrate reached out to an infectious disease doctor will give me all the reasons why I would probably not want to try it because there's no trials there's no testing it wasn't something that was approved and I said look I don't know from the naked till the morning because at that point I just really thought I was coming to the end I couldn't breathe anymore and we agreed and authorize the use of it and thirty minutes later the nurse side or gave it to me an hour after an IV with the medicine he says his heart felt like it was beating out of his chest they had to come and then we'll get me calm down and take care of me and another episode about two hours later and where I just got the point where I couldn't breathe in my heart was pounding again so they they gave me some Benadryl through the system and something else I'm not sure what it was and it allowed me to go to sleep and when I woke up about four X. well exactly four forty five in the morning I woke up like nothing ever happened we're actually sleep he sense had nobody ever or pain feels fine and he's able to breathe again all right that was the case I told you about glad you're with us our to Sean Hannity show eight hundred nine four one Sean this guy down in Florida me what he was describing is yeah our the doctors told me there was nothing more that they could do he says goodbye to his wife and three children was barely able to speak breathing very challenging I thought the end was here they thought the end was here meeting the doctors and friends send them an article about our hydroxy chloroquine and in fact he took it he was authorized immediately they have put the IV and then we got worse a little bit before I got better and he could he felt like his heart was beating out of his chest about two hours later yet another episode he couldn't breed that was given Benadryl Benadryl and wakes up the next morning quote it felt like nothing had ever happened ever no fever no pain and I can breathe easily in normally now I have been talking at like I don't know anything about Clark queen or if you want to use the official name on this different variations of it and so I think what Wednesday or Tuesday or Wednesday of last week after I read about it and by the way we have good news Tom Hanks and his wife feel better good for them after now for the two weeks after first exhibiting corona symptoms I'm but is this potentially now that the president admits he said tens of thousands of doses the New York state with the largest outbreak is taking place our governor Cuomo's ordered seven hundred fifty thousand doses a Cork when Israel is donating cat this donating how great today six million doses of Laura Quinn to the United States and they ship it out as quickly as possible there is what I found is one Yahoo article that was interesting to meet Michael Levitt is the guy's name Stanford bio physicist and while everybody else was saying that the death rate in China is going to be mass we actually made a pinpoint perfect prediction because he said that the numbers that we're hearing are going to be wrong now this guy has a lot of credibility won the twenty thirteen Nobel Prize in chemistry for developing complex models of chemical system pretty interesting guy and he predicted with pinpoint accuracy when nobody else was predicting that it would end up about eighty thousand people in China would get the disease a contract coronavirus with about thirty two three thousand two hundred fifty deaths and he was pretty much dead on he says the same thing is going to happen here I hope he's right but I'm not a doctor but doctor Brian McDonough is any post a daily podcast on corona clinical professor family medicine Temple University School of medicine known to New York audiences as medical editor at ten ten wins since nineteen ninety six and our good friend Dr oz is back with us cardiac surgeon host of the ever successful Dr oz show Dr oz I heard used you you expressing the exact same hope as others about hydroxy Clark went what sorry I read the story when you read it I got the original paper wasn't published yes and then what what's the further I try to talk to the stock but he was really very communicative turns out thankfully his wife not him his wife watches the show in France and she says you call me back so I spoke with him before dawn on Sunday is there morning and asking a basic question would you take this pill yourself based on what you know and he said absolutely I'll give it to my psychic and I give it to my family I told my residency thank thank and I began learning and I interviewed him in on the show today by the way I will thank you have America see him the man who did this to stop you can judge for yourself if you believe that but he is going to be on my cell later great thanks talk to us for your output Kennedy thanks a lot I'm Susan I well I'm glad I'm glad you have among so I think this is actually quite good he's he's very well respected in the space you the most about referenced and Texas is the specialist in the world and the French doors or windows are already adopting his protocol in some other hospital what he said was it wasn't my idea is how we got to the Chinese were doing this I heard a famous Chinese equivalent of me at their country say we've had great success with using this truck across the Cork which is again it's just that your old malaria drug if its decades old and it's got a fifty pop up it's good and the reason the Chinese did it listen care please report and one of the hospitals will on all the patients who came in with covert thanking the virus none of them had lupus all the people it looks okay man none of them had called the nineteen what was the difference the difference was the people of lupus we're getting I got to work with and there's the radical reasons why would be beneficial so they actually did a little trial they put twenty page again I'm trying to still find original date on these things but they they tried to use it impatient they show that they can get pretty impressive improvement clinically enough people who got it it wasn't a real randomized trials of the pilot just to sort of say Hey this is to actually make sense this doctors you're gonna love wrote Dr Aditi roles copied it to the one level passes he added as for mice in which is you packed because the rate that would help anybody found out just for the audience doesn't know this but we should be clear within three days dramatic difference in how much virus was in people who had been ill all diagnosed with COPD nineteen within six days one hundred percent of the virus was gone in in in the people who are in that group would get both bills and only twelve percent of the control group in America we are the control group because we're not get treated with details had a reduction to nothing in the bars that's a portal to reach on first off you're not inspections if you don't have any virus in your nose anymore and the sector that some sort of having twenty days of interactivity is only six days sales for the last and the second thing is theoretically you have improvement in clinical results because you have less wires now we don't know that yet because he didn't want to say that because not collected all the data but he shared that he was impressed so far he was looking forward to sharing that data with me and the rest of the world in ten days but I'm not thinking okay it's not the trial date we like to see and we have to get that done so I'm actually spear helping out with this process actually funding the trial at my university Columbia University other city great centers like grieving clinic in other groups are moving ahead doing two thirds trials are randomized trials with hunt you know hundreds of patients to prove that this year really legitimate but in the meantime and this is a question for you what the doctors do they prescribe this or not the pace you just discussed and we all just both of you as well absolutely as you described it as he said it if he felt that his life was saved by I see all the doctors were prescribing doctors to give it to their family members who believe played all this source of snowball it's but it's not a control process we decide what are you going to do and then the people who's the main question that I have another doctor that's gonna join us at the bottom of the hour of Latin America is in Lango and he's been prescribing it just as you would describe chloroquine with R. O. Z. pak or zithromax Vegas basically is what you call it or or whatever it's I'm not I'm not a doctor but he's had he said he has this information so he's had a hundred percent success rate he's gonna tell this story at the bottom of this hour well you know showing me the date of this product if I had a brain yup if I could usually open for a second I think you know like I was hitting the media worker for last thirty years I also see patients every day and one of the things I do I teach young doctors and they graduate will I had gotten a number of reports from around the country from doctors who are trained talking about this I'm kind of getting it from people in a practice setting and I'm very cynical I don't want to be the first to prescribe something to last because I believe right in the middle but looking at this and looking at the situation we're in knowing the safety private profile like Mehmet said about hydroxy chloroquine surrounds is nineteen forty six does treat lupus and rheumatoid arthritis when you look at it if you've got certain people who are high risk or certain people who are far down that path and yet don't have other options you know you look at things like become compassionate use you look at things like maybe we give this a shot I mean if you look at AZT back we don't we all around HIV first came out H. A. Z. T..

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09:50 min | 1 year ago

"professor family" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"When I woke up about four o'clock exactly four forty five in the morning I woke up like nothing ever happened he's since had no fever or pain feels fine and he's able to breathe again I that was the case I told you about glad you're with us our to Sean Hannity show eight hundred nine four one Sean this guy down in Florida me what he was describing is yeah the doctors told there was nothing more that they could do he says goodbye to his wife and three children was barely able to speak breathing very challenging I thought the end was here they thought the ad was here meeting the doctors and a friend sent an article about our hydroxy Clark Wayne and in fact he took it he was authorized immediately they put the IV and then we got worse a little bit before got better and he could he felt like his heart was beating out of his chest about two hours later yet another episode can breed that was given Benadryl Benadryl and wakes up the next morning quote it felt like nothing ever happened ever no fever no pain any breathe easily in normally now I have been talking at like I don't know anything about Clark queen or if you want to use the official name on this different variations of it until I think late Wednesday or Tuesday or Wednesday of last week after I read about it and by the way we have good news Tom Hanks in his wife feel better good for them after now the the two weeks after first exhibiting corona symptoms I'm but is this potentially now that the president admits he said tens of thousands of doses the New York state with the largest outbreak is taking place our governor Cuomo's ordered seven hundred fifty thousand doses a Cork when Israel is donating cat this donating are greater than six million doses of your queen to the United States and they ship it out as quickly as possible there is what I found is one Yahoo article that was interesting to me Michael Levitt is the guy's name Stanford bio physicist and while everybody else was saying that the death rate in China is going to be mass we actually made a pinpoint perfect prediction because he said that the numbers that we're hearing are going to be wrong now this guy has a lot of credibility when the twenty thirteen Nobel Prize in chemistry for developing complex models of chemical system pretty interesting guy and he predicted with pinpoint accuracy when nobody else was predicting that it would end up about eighty thousand people in China would get the disease a contract a corona virus with about thirty two three thousand two hundred fifty deaths and he was pretty much dead on he says the same thing's going to happen here I hope he's right but I'm not a doctor but doctor Brian McDonough is any post a daily podcast on corona clinical professor family medicine Temple University School of medicine known to New York audiences as medical editor at ten ten wins since nineteen ninety six and our good friend Dr oz is back with us cardiac surgeon host of the ever successful Dr oz show Dr oz I heard used you you expressing the exact same hope as others about hydroxy Clark went well I read the story when you read it I got divisional paper wasn't published yes and then what what's the further I try to talk to the stock but he was really pretty communicative turns out thankfully his wife that he and his wife watches the show in France and she says you call me back so I stuck with him before dawn on Sunday is there morning and asking a basic question would you take this pill yourself based on what you know and he said absolutely I'll give it to my psyche can I give it to my family I tell my residents think tank and I began learning as I interviewed him in on the show today by the way I hope that you have America see him the man who did this to stop you can judge for yourself if you believe that but he is gonna be on my cell later great thanks Dr oz right your output Kennedy thanks a lot I'm teasing my well I'm glad I'm glad you have among so I think this is actually quite good he's he's very well respected in the space you the most about referenced and actually specialists in the world and the French doors or windows are already adopting his protocol in some other hospital what he said was it wasn't my idea double got the Chinese were doing this I heard a famous Chinese equivalent of me at their country say we've had great success with using this truck across the Cork which is again it's just that your old malaria drug if its decades old and it's clear city purpose Goodridge the Chinese did it misinterprets report and one of the hospitals will on all the patients who came in with corporate banking the virus none of them had lupus all the people it looks okay man none of the medical but nineteen what was the difference the difference was the people of lupus we're getting I got to work with and if the radical reasons why would be beneficial so the actual trial they put twenty page again I'm trying to still find original date on these things but they tried to use in patients they show that they can get pretty impressive improvement clinically in the boao who got it wasn't a real randomized trials of the pilot just to sort of say Hey does this actually makes sense this doctors you're gonna love wrote Dr Aditi roles copied it to the one level passes that he added it as information which is you packed because the rate that would help anybody found out just for the audience doesn't know this but we should be clear within three days dramatic difference in how much virus was in people who had been ill all diagnosed with COPD nineteen within six days one hundred percent of the virus was gone in change in the people who are in that group would get both bills and only twelve percent of the control group in America we are the control group because we're not get treated with details had a reduction to nothing in the bars that's a portal to reason shot first off you're not construction if you don't have any virus in your nose anymore and the sector that some sort of having twenty days of interactivity is only six days sales for the last and the second thing is theoretically you have improvement in clinical results because you have less fires now we don't know that yet because he didn't want to say that because not collected all the data but he shared that he was impressed so far he was looking forward to sharing that data with me and the rest of the world in ten days but I'm not thinking okay it's not the trial data we like to see and we have to get that done so I'm actually spear helping out with this process actually funding the trial at my university Columbia University under city great centers like cleaning clinic in other groups are moving ahead doing two thirds trials randomized trials with hunt you know hundreds of patients to prove that this is really legitimate but in the meantime and this is a question for you what the doctors do they prescribe this or not the patient we just discussed BL just go to was well absolutely as you described it as he said it if he felt that his life was saved by I see all the doctors were prescribing doctors to give it to their family members who believe played all this source of snowball it's but it's not a controlled process we decide what are you gonna do and then there's the people who is the main question that I have another doctor that's gonna join us at the bottom of the hour Vladimir a dozen Lango and he's been prescribing it just as you would describe chloroquine with R. O. Z. pak or zithromax Vegas basically is what you call it or or whatever it's I'm not I'm not a doctor but he's had he said he has this information so he's had a hundred percent success rate he's gonna tell this story at the bottom of this hour well you know showing me the date of this product if I had a brain yup if I could usually open for a second I think you know like I was hitting the media work with last thirty years I also see patients every day and one of the things I do I teach young doctors and they graduate will I had got a number of reports from around the country from doctors who are trained talking about this I'm kind of getting it from people in a practice setting and I'm very cynical I don't want to be the first to prescribe something to last because I believe right in the middle but looking at this and looking at the situation we're in knowing the safety product profile like Mehmet said about hydroxy chloroquine terrasse is nineteen forty six does treat lupus and rheumatoid arthritis when you look at it if you've got certain people who are high risk or certain people who are far down that path and yet don't have other options you know you look at things like become compassionate use you look at things like maybe we give this a shot I mean if you look at AZT back we are we're all around we try the first lady came out H. AZT title was developed and figured out that same way and I think we do have to take some chances I think the president says is right we got it we got to take chances put as well it says in a controlled environment where I don't want to see and I don't think any of us want to see if people just starting to take these medications because for instance if you take a drug to core queen and you take a look for Meissen together you get a thing called prolonged QT interview with them in in in a role of certain people and that will cause heart issue so it's not it's not free of side effects but in the right environment with physicians looking at and know we may have this tool I think it's important now I'm starting to see intensive care pathways where they are talking about people in mechanical ventilation and they're saying consider a drug to core queen four hundred milligrams twice a day on day one and then two hundred milligrams twice a day for the next four days so it's it's it's at the point now where we know we need things and you know we're all going to war here and and if it helps it's certainly a trial that I think needs to be done so I I agree with Medicare you yeah let let me let me that sold this drugs been around since nineteen forty five anti malaria drug also used for lupus there are other variations of the struggle want to ask you both about we get back and the risk everything I've read is therapeutic doses if you if you put too much in a person's body or symptom that you do risk side effects like potential blindness but I don't believe those therapeutic doses that we use here reach those levels but well ask the experts Dr oz Dr Brian McDonough when we get back we'll talk to the patient down in Florida that was thought he was on his deathbed is doctors thought it was on those death bed and yep me saying.

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"professor family" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

12:57 min | 1 year ago

"professor family" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"Hyman and that's pharmacy within F. F. A. R. MAC place for conversations and matter. And if you care about your happiness if you care about ending suffering for yourself and the world you're gonNA love this conversation with Deepak Chopra who I've known for a long time and has become a good friend and ah the first memory I have of sitting with you. We're really connected was. We're sitting at Ted Med about ten years ago. And we're with Andy Wild Donna Karen you me and a few others and we're sitting outside and it's beautiful San Diego weather and this bird flies over and craps on my ahead hit me and I'm like what does that mean it's a good sign. I'm like Okay God thank God you were there so you helped me not feel so bad about getting on this guy. He's the founder of the Chopra Foundation. Which is a nonprofit any for research on wellbeing and humanitarianism and choper global a modern day health company at the intersection of science and spirituality? He's a pioneer in integrative medicine personal transformation. His books were the my inspiration way back when in the early nineties when I started reading about his work now he's written ninety books. Oh my God I feel like a slacker. I'm only at eighteen. I got a long ways to go. Oh He's a clinical professor family medicine and Public Health at the University of California in San Diego and he's books are in forty. Three languages mini many New York Times bestsellers. I think twenty two and maybe twenty three. Now I don't know Who stops counting and WHO? He doesn't really care. That's what's amazing about deep Aqui. Like you know he's is probably one of the most well known figures in the world and he's humble. He doesn't quite understand who he is. He just kinda hangs out and just chill guide. He's always been incredibly supportive. Take me and my work and really doesn't walk around with a big ego which is unlike a lot of people in this field so I I really appreciate that about you deepak. He's been described by Time magazine as one of the top one hundred heroes and icons of the century not just the year the decade. So I I would agree with that. You've done a lot to bring our wariness about how we can think differently about our place here on the planet our role as humans. And your new book I really want to get into is seeing book. Book called Meta human unleashing infinite potential and is about moving beyond the boundaries and limitations of everyday reality is that limit our levels of success in happening happiness penis so most of us. Don't quite think about what we're here doing why we're here about our minds about our thoughts we sort of just go along merrily in this unconscious state and you're challenging us to think differently about how to look at life and how to look at being human. So how did you come up with this concept of Meta human and was interesting. What we think we are who we really are? So if you go on the Internet and you Google the following question question. What the hundred twenty-five open questions and signs The first question that will come up is what is the universe. Dismay of the second question that will come up is what's the biological basis of consciousness and then Trinity three others basically conscious. What does the to open questions at the top of the list was the universe is made up and what's the biological basis of consciousness? Now that's what led me to write the book to human let's address. Yes those two questions. What's the universe of the short answer is is made him nothing? The long answer is how do we don't and and so here. We go as counter intuitive. It's made him nothing. It seems like it's something right. We got this table here right if you can see it in touch it doesn't exist. So what is the universe made of seventy percent of the universe is mysterious doc energy which is a mathematical concept. a-plus proposed by Einstein called the cosmological constant and doc energy is supposedly expanding. The universe. Busted the speed of light so What is it? We don't know what it is but the universe the space between galaxies not the galaxies Alexy's themselves but the space between galaxies is expanding and it's expanding faster than the speed of Light Einstein. Actually once called it the biggest blunder of his life making that statement about the cosmological constant there are many problems that theory but but as it turns out the observation is correct. The space between galaxies is expanding faster than the speed of light and we have no idea way scientists. Call this dog g but it's not the usual energy that you and I know. EASY MC squared. It's not that it's something something totally different and we have no idea. I mean -plication keeps expanding and ultimately ultimately not implication of that where it's as expanse space expense so ultimately galaxies will disappear at some point in the future. But let's not worry about the main thing is we don't know what it this that leaves thirty percent of the universe remaining off that twenty six percent is another mysterious entity called dark matter. Why is it called dark matter? It's invisible what is it made of. We don't know one thing we do know is. It's not atomic so you you and I made out of atoms and stabilize made of atoms. The galaxies are made of items but whatever dot batteries. It's not atomic so you you can't interact with it. It doesn't absorb light. Reflect lighter emit light or do anything with lights exists. How do we know it exists? It doc counts for most of the gravity in the galaxy so most of the gravity in a galaxy. The scaffolding of Galaxy Galaxy is this supposed dark matter mathematical constant to fit the equations Amman physics. Yeah so now. You're left with four. Oh percent of the universe of which ninety nine point nine nine nine percent is invisible interstellar dust we see them so the visible universe I would just do trillion galaxies seven hundred sixty billion stars. And you know you can google this information on how to believe me. L. Games uh-huh two trillion galaxies. We live in the Milky Way Galaxy which has a hundred billion stars so now imagine agent seven hundred sixty billion stars. I don't know how to write that. But it's seventy zero zero then uncountable trillions of planets let's trillions of planets impact according to current science they could be forty billion habitable planets in just our own Milky Way Galaxy. So how do you know that would put these telescopes up their claims Watson telescope to look for biospheres a biosphere is to sustain life. So for blind is too close to its Sun. No Life Bar way too cold no life. It has to be within a specific zone. It's called the goldilocks zone. And so we happen to be lucky. Yeah Planet Earth is in the Golden Goalie Lock Zone but there could be forty billion others and therefore there are uncountable trillions of planets and that's point zero one percent percent of the universe that's atomic no of course as we know atoms made of particles and bodies have the schizophrenic nature. The Dave wave or particle particle has units of mass and energy. You can see it. A wave has no units of mass energy impact when the particle is not interacting with other particles or when it's not being observed or measured it does exist. Where is it what is it made of and the best onto you'll get is it's it's made possibilities then you say? Where are these possibilities? You know because otherwise. Waves Ocean waves made water. Ariza made of You're vibrating air. Molecules what are the waves that create the visible universe made of and the only is. He'll get his mirror possibilities. And then you said where do they exist. The best answer. You'll get is something all Hilbert space. Oh what is Hilbert. Space Hilbert name of a mathematician shouldn't and Hilbert space is zero dimensional space or infinite dimensional space. Take your pick. It's Mathematica ACL. In a describes the way function which means all the items in the universe shorting is way we quesion yeah ee still keep persisting where is in this happening and the on sale get from physicists. Today is shut up and calculate bottom line is we have no idea what the universe is made of the visible and the invisible. Of course we can comment on because we got interact with it. So that's the first open question. The second question pertains institutes good at his consciousness and dark matter empty space. Yeah but consciousness is what makes any experience audience possible including the knowledge of the universe. Okay how do you know anything exist. How do you know you exist? How do you know this microphone exists? How do you know all the galaxies exist because you conscious being for the more? You're a human being a mosquito doesn't have these issues okay. or an insect with one hundred is. It doesn't have these issues even the great apes have these issues. Only human beings asked these questions. So what's the basis of consciousness as you and I know having having trained in biology and medicine the brain candy explain consciousness it can only explain neural correlates of consciousness so brain does explain conscious experience but not what consciousness or awareness is and so we have the problem. We don't know what the Universe is made of. Secondly we don't know how we know that anything exists including the universe including or New York City. Yellow physical body are Mike. How're those theories are thoughts affect our way of being? What are the implications for? How do Jim if it affects our identity if you really understood your identity and you understood? Today's identity is based on physicality right. The world is physical. Michael made a matter. What I'm seeing in mid a human is matter is a superstition? There's no such thing in a matter is a human interpretation of human perception activity and perceptual. This is the hard problem of consciousness in science the heart problem consciousness. This only exists if you assume that the universe and you are physical but what we call physical reality including our body. He's actually a perceptual activity. Right if I substituted SORTA like Weinstein said realities allusion however persistent direct. I don't think he you what he was saying. Because I was naive realist. A naive realists means somebody who believes that the physical universe is exactly the way it looks as perceived by the five human senses. Obviously that's wrong. That's right because every species has his own experience right senses on our number one the principle of nave realism is gone. Rate the University of new exist as as we sit. There are multiple ways of seeing depending on the nervous system. You're using species Petra okay. The second principle of naive realism and Umbrian sitting Einstein was a naive realist. He was wrong about reality. The second principle things right things few mortars right not reality models of reality okay. So the second principle of naive realism is that the universe as we see it would exist if he would not dare.

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"professor family" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

10:38 min | 2 years ago

"professor family" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

"Coming up billy questions of Sanity U. S. He's haunted by the slender man now back to the story. Billy woke to nothing but black is is slowly regained their focus finding the moon had already risen above the trees the woods super quiet. He pulled himself up off the ground but he couldn't remember how he had ended up there. The Hollow House was maybe twenty yards yards away a quick check of his own show that several hours had passed billy had wanted to sleep but not like this he he pulled twigs from his hair. A spider crawled across his nose. He quickly flicked it away. He turned back in the direction of his own house better to collapse in his room out here but then something came crashing through the undergrowth a a familiar voice accompanied it along with an easy braying laugh was his best friend. Ryan Ryan had been his closest neighbor growing up but they had taken different paths while billy been failing to make it in. La Ryan had stayed home and become a rather successful electrician electricity they exchanged pleasantries and fell into the easy rhythm that only hundreds of shared hours in front of a first person shooter could bring. Ryan confessed that he couldn't sleep either. There wasn't much else to do past ten pm in their little town so he decided to check out the professor's house. Well maybe take some artsy pictures Brian Cotton Eyebrow Billy and asked if he was up for one more adventure billy we had felt dread creeping in earlier but Ryan was one of those people who could make any situation feel manageable. Billy nodded and they set off for the house. Ryan led a little bit too because his flashlight beam was larger cast strange shadows against the ghostly white birches they seem to wither grasp as the Yellow Glow rover Dover them a lighthouse forest billy finger trail lightly down his back causing goosebumps to crawl along its skin he looked behind him and saw nothing and he turned back to Ryan giving him a funny look billy shrugged and Ryan happily went back to talking about a show he'd seen in Durham Billy blinked trying to erase the image of the blank white base that seem to lurk just outside his vision. Billy's nose started bleeding again. Brian pulled the BANDANNA from his pocket offering it to him really wiped his nose as they reach the house he heard Ryan say something about a child's blanket and a space heater as they step through the ruin of a doorway and into what had been living room. It hadn't occurred to billy. It got against all odds. The professors family had been in the house when it earned a scorched felt doll lay in the center of the room breath as if to highlight is ignorance. The doll's limbs were longer than he had expected. It stitched arms reaching down to its knees. The face had been burned off leaving a blank Ashi ruin. Were there should have been a smile despite the soot clinging to it's close. Billie wanted to hold it close to him. He wanted to feel he didn't know what he wanted to feel but holding the doll was better than the idea the of leading it here amongst that remains. Ryan shined his flashlight over towards him and nearly jumped out of his skin. When he saw the doll he practically weekly standard as he told billy that he should know to leave creepy things where he found them. Billy told him that it wasn't creepy. It was handmade. Whatever child had held this had loved it. It had made her feel safe in a space that bled Ruin Ryan Nine crack some joke about how billy the writer could make anything poetic even cuddling our creepy doll billy knew he meant right well but he still felt so self conscious red rising at his cheeks. He felt a long finger dance up his spine again he he found himself telling Ryan about his slender man post even boasting about it. Ryan was good natured enough to congratulate him but he admitted and the whole thing gave him. The creeps philly laughed in raised his voice solemnly commanding the air to bring him slender. N'dorman Ryan's voice was tight and ICS. He chided him. Kids had died in this fire. Real kids not fake ones created for the Internet's amusement. Billy tried to explain that he understood he told Ryan about the unnerving comment he'd seen in the slender man thread how we done something about it. The guy just probably didn't have friends and wanted to be noticed in any way possible but still it wasn't cool and billy had told him so. Ryan only stared at him. Billy lowered his gaze. Even during the five years they've been separated. Billy had never felt so apart from his best friend. Billy opened his mouth to apologize but something stuck in his throat in object that was slimy and sharp all at once he tried to swallow it didn't move or rather it did. It climbed back up his throat. As if in defiance billy was quickly running out of Air Rind rhind handed him his water bottle and he took a sip from it the liquid roll down his throat filling the empty space around the thing water a leaked out of his mouth that he continued to one final cough pushed the mass out of his throat a large clump of coagulated blood. Something pushed up from stomach more blood dribbled out of his mouth. Ryan's eyes widened and shock. He began patting billy's back the blood continued to fall from his lips to the ground key began to dry heave but instead of bile he could feel his whole stomach almost folding in on itself trying desperately due to climb up his throat as the clot had the pain clot at him and he couldn't keep tears from spilling as he clutched at his stomach. The doll lay forgotten the dirt. Ryan said he would call nine one one but billy doubted that even be able to get a signal he just. I just wanted the roiling of his insights to stop. He could give them what they wanted. As long as the pain would end no pain could be worse than this the searing biting tearing into as if a living thing in sight and what's clawing its way to freedom if is Oregon's is wanted out they wanted out. This was the only way Ryan's hands pulled billy's fingers away from his body. Billy yelled at him to let him go. He had to make the pain. Stop Ryan held firm against him. You're okay dog man. You're okay billy had forgotten his nickname from high school entirely dog mad dog. The pain started to subside as he looked up he saw it. The baseless Klis figures head touched the top of the tree branches. It's fingers for law and white stretching three or four feet long. The suit was impossibly tight. Almost Shell Lake on its long frame. Its head tilted towards him. Billy Billy found himself mirroring. Finally he recognized what he'd been seeking. All this time slender man reached reached out to him. Billy took his hand. A series of images hit his brain fire dead bodies smiling. Meiling children glint of knife. The splash of blood against a beige colored wall skit boiling off someone's body. It should have frightened him. Instead he found himself leaning towards the creature wanting to hug him he he could not say why but in that moment he was the safest thing around. Ryan was still holding Billie tightly. He told billy that he was scaring him. He asked why he was trying to grab the air. Reluctantly billy pulled his gaze away okay from the suited figure he asked Ryan what he was talking about couldn t see slender man was real it was here he was salvation. Billy looked at Ryan taking the wash of concern and confusion on his his face. He closed his arms around Ryan and brotherly hug his friend would never see the spiked ends of the appendages grow from from what used to be billy's body he would never see the tentacles curling and growing around him poised to strike. Ryan would never hear the voice and Billy's head that made it all make sense even when it told billy to visceral him.

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"professor family" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"professor family" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"On the road with them in the van you never know skirts up by the power knobs love this band I don't know what happened to my only up to see these up maybe more only only aware of to think that Detroit the power not they do that a really cool song called my babies in the CIA she changes resumes like others change their dirty underwear well that's not in this tune right here this is a skirts up off their own extra the insulting about music Friday when I come in on a a me my posted I'm trying to figure out what the country these guys are with another Israeli or American but that it shows two guys to straight up sheep dog warriors armed to the teeth charging forward looks like they've got the if you are the their fifteens but I think that's what the what the hold near and then they've got the nine troops strapped to them they've got harnesses to cure the dogs in the action other dogs are muzzled and now it says I love this and says you're not a bad **** until you've into you carry a holstered attack dog into a gun fight and that's a fact this is incredible but you got to see this picture of standing god bless you sheep dogs everywhere thank you thank you she ducks thank you your number one for the sheep dogs we do a well distended you're being a girl music but you we wouldn't have anything that we have in America I'm a stone and how many people bad mouth that try to make it solid America's horrible in fact I've got one right here and I don't know how he's got a job teaching muses **** kicked you really does kind is an S. weapon he's a professor at Yale University I mean that seals the deal right there it is news network he's making the case is but it's it's a woman's woman she needs as well Emily Jane del Emily does not some pretentious Emily Emily Jane del she's a Yale professor she says people live better in the Soviet Union then under Donald Trump that is an absurd insane crazy statement that doesn't have any any whatsoever leg to stand really I mean how how is it that management as a boulder until say the dean's office and set a up only not cut off this makes no sense at all you're making us look bad your even make an Jody Watson and foster a good record agree Yale Law School professor Emily Jane del argued on Twitter this week the people live better under the Soviet Union Americans to under president trump according to a report on the campus reform Yale Law School professor family praised the quality of life in Soviet Union a treaty was publicist Ricardo claims that she has spoken with many people who lived under the Soviet Union all of them argue their quality of life was better than it is now do you know the end of the Soviet Union right up to the bitter end more often than not you were standing in line to get food let's give us will only worse on many fronts some a little better but you might stand in line all day and whose told her of lore anger was talking about that because she was over there in the eighties but I've heard people to say that they beat did stand in line they have somebody have to hold their place and have to pay somebody or somehow trade some other food for some instant online forum if the computer all day he might be there all day and we got up there there's an orange left yeah and two loaves of bread that's it so and you get up to like five o'clock in the morning to go down and stand in line much like you do the driver's license bureau now but this woman is insane every single person I have asked in Central Asia and Eastern Europe over the past decade and a half SO life was better of the service a hundred percent now think about that the people of let's say the pool she's drawing from think about America has this **** ever gone to a Kroger Emily ever into a Kroger Yale professor Emily Jane doc how many you you cats and kittens under distant universe to Michigan how do you know this check I know some of you do I don't listen to me but if you are this this woman is a serious school take Emily the next time you're hanging out yell or she comes to you about particular Kroger walk up and down the aisles well coming down the aisle shore every single thing that's there that the Soviet Union and then take her to maybe an auto parts store and shore everything available there as an integral to a Los earn our home depot it's it's it's truly defies logic that the world's agenda driven she's got she can't really believe that but she had to say it because it's an agenda they have to destroy America one or another they're going to do it by any means necessary that's the game plan for the play by Saul and ski and this chick is drinking the Kool aid because it's time it's time for in in a quite yet let's give it another yeah okay I got those ten seconds but I want you to think about that your kids are going to school and they're here in the stuff not just at Yale and their hearing things like this are things even more absurd just so they can destroy Donald Trump and bring about a Clinton Obama fantasy camp global socialist regime you're on the edge alternative what music Friday now they stop the bad.

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"professor family" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"professor family" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Dayton shout out to Joe from Dayton and everybody else. There you go. Everybody's okay. Talk to my cousin in Kansas City over the weekend. He says it is just nonstop. Yeah. Been insane. A woman who spent more than two weeks lost today in a Hawaiian forest is back safe with her family, though, she's still recovering. Amanda Allert was able to join her friends, or family and rescuers at a party yesterday. Never experienced anything like this, where it's just the community showing up with so much quicken heart so much passionate. These guys are not gonna give up on me. Thank God Ellard what she while pineapples. And she s she does. She was eating bugs. And you know, drinking, drinking water, the rivers never Spruyt around. I mean it's in Maui so right? That's a good point. Yeah. She disappeared may eight after setting out on a hike. Franken river water. Give you the Gallup trots but it's better than dime. Yes. Indeed, UC San Diego. Professor just reported the findings of his investigation into the weed killer roundup. His report is out as a number verdict was just handed down against the makers Monsanto owned by Bayer. Dr Paul mills is a UC San Diego. Professor family medicine, along with a colleague, along with the colleagues started investigating round up two years ago and found a link with liver disease. One hundred patients from his clinic, who had various degrees of liver disease from very low to none. No all the way up to severe disease was just called Nash. And what we found is when we asked aid, they patients here for excretion is those patients who had more severe Nash disease as well as fiber asus. They had much higher levels of life safe, which is, is indicative, that they have higher intake dietary intake species because their diet their damaged livers weren't processing it as well. I don't I don't know. I'm not a scientist, right biochemist, but you're not and who paid for the research of just curious, do not have who paid for the research, always worth asking. You're absolutely right. As far as ports goes, the NBA finals are all set Golden State, Warriors beat Toronto. The raptors game. Countries filled wall, pay for it. I'm surprised. I'm not hearing more games of thrones references this whole thing there, a fair number and said, I thought that'd be the theme. No. It hasn't been gun yet. I mean, if you're a really following the NBA east touched on it. Positive, Sean yard game of thrones. Go to guy. Yeah. The Toronto kind of parallels with the, the north Dame thrones. Things have existed for a year or so. But I feel like kind of the lackluster landing of this final season is kind of taken away. The internet coolness of associated yourself with that as an NBA fan of missing LeBron. I am. I'm noticing the void of. No, LeBron James in my in my playoff. I'm shedding a tear for the deer. The fear that their favorite NBA, but the Milwaukee Bucks and they have been shot in skinned. Well, the Boston Bruins take a lead in the Stanley Cup finals. They beat the St Louis blues four to two in game one. The you've got the game two of the championship series set for Wednesday in Boston first NHL game. I ever saw in my life. I was a small kid Chicago Stadium. The Blackhawks were playing the mighty Boston Bruins and this was in the. I'm going to date myself now is I tell you what I think Bobby ORR was still wearing yellow and black sweater. And in it was notable on a number of different levels seared in my memory, right, number one, the steepness of the seats in the stadium all the cigarettes 'cause you've, you could still smoke in the stadium and, and which is a maze because I'm sure it was an astounding fire traffic. But Gary, Gary Cheever's, Jerry Cheever's was the, the goalie for the bronze and has a little lad..

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"professor family" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

11:56 min | 2 years ago

"professor family" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"All righty term on tap. It's odor. That originated. I mean, I guess it's because of beer beer is on tap. So it means that it's instantly available. We've got instantly available Yankee baseball. There you go. Okay. Let's go to Kevin in Brooklyn. You're on the fan. Kevin. Hey, Richard good morning. Good morning. Kevin. I I don't wanna beat a dead horse. But I I have to circle back about even Matt for here and not if you just allow me to vent. Sure. Coming off a day where we're this guy. Let's up for absolute moonshot. I, you know. I'm just thinking to myself. I am I am. I am. I immediate. You know, what is it five years now? The Mets have been selling. Oh, there's so much upside on this guy. I never taken them out where where I I've I've been watching the game and not fought, you know, this guy is probably going to let a twelve twelve. I I I mean, I'm still waiting for this upside everyone keeps talking about you know, just the same as we were trying. They tried to sell us on Travis Darnall, the guy can't even roll the ball. Well, let me let me respond to that adamant you and you can come right back at me here. Kevin. I'm sorry. The thing is you've seen games where he's really pitched. Well, he's he's had electric stuff. And he's done. Really? Well, and you say, well, why can't he harness that consistently? And he hasn't been able to hear you're absolutely right. Every time he gets runners on base you thinking, oh here comes a big crooked number, and he just doesn't inspire confidence. And he has games like yesterday where you go. What what what the heck is this guy all about at this point? But this time he's a fourth starter. And it's like Zack Wheeler Zack Wheeler was the same thing. Zack Wheeler would would get into situations. And he just dug himself deeper in a hole, but it looks like we learn has figured it out. All right. So I think what they're hoping is that they can apply that same appointment or whatever it is to Stephen Matt's is brain and get him to a point where he can figure it out and be more consistent. So that's what they're hoping. But you're right. It's it's very frustrating. When you see things like yesterday, even though it's spring training. You're less than two weeks away from the regular season. And he doesn't appear at all ready to start does. He. You know, you're real really, I guess what? I'm really curious about is how how long is this guy? I mean, I mean, honestly, you know, it's been five years where we can't get any consistency any semblance of it. You know from this guy. And I I just wonder how how long before people start realizing, hey, I'm not going to buy it upside well off track anymore. What did he have last year? Like, a three nine seventy a I think it was off the top of my head. I I know. Yeah. Bionic, richard. He doesn't feel that way. You know, because it, you know, he'll he'll go out and have a Kavak akin every every you know, four or five starts, but you know in between. You know, this guy, you know, putting up enough run. Sure. Well, look, it's earned-run average. So so, you know, you take that with a grain of salt. But I think it was under four for a fourth starter. That's that's kind of okay. And he was five and eleven three nine seven. I was right. Okay. See that's the thing. It's he's okay. He's inconsistent. He's maddening because you see those gems, and you go why can't he do that all the time and see I've maintained forever that in sports consistent. Great performance is our consistent. Good performance is what makes the difference between a wannabe and a real player. Because anybody. Myself a new sample playing golf. I mean, I can go out there and shoot two hundred for nine holes once in a while. But the rest of the time, I'm you know, four or five over par. So so what's the real me? And I like to think this is years ago when I was good. I'm not anymore. I like to think. Wow. I'm like are. They could shoot two hundred. I've got that talent. Well, anybody can have a good day. The question is can you have consistent good days? And that's where Stephen Matt's falls down. Now, he has a career ERA of three nine eight. So that's not bad for a fourth starter. You'd like to think when when he came up and he had that great game. And he hit the home runs and everything that man, this guy might be. The next John black. Well, obviously, that's not happening. But it's frustrating because when you see those highs you say, I want them all the time may not getting them from an all the time. It's gonna add them on Staten Island. You're on the fan of Adam. Hey, good morning, rich, Adam. I I agree with you with Odell being a generational talent. But what you're saying about match. I think also can apply to him which is that his production. Does it ride to the level of it doesn't outweigh? I should say the negativity he brings to nine OEM south by. I'm sure the locker room, and I think that's the biggest problem. Now, why the giants made the right decision because. This guy. Talking to Beckham. Now, I'm talking about Beckham. Okay. He's been injured. He he has not risen to the occasion. When it when it mattered in that playoff game, the one place. Generational town. Agreed the potential is there. I think the attitude and the negativity outweighs it, and I have to say I'll be very curious how the Browns are because they have they have personalities that are that are so big on that team. Whether it's always an outcast for Miami. Or now Beckham and even Mayfield is showing you that is brash. I just wonder I wonder if if things don't go well for one or two weeks in a row at that implodes rather quickly. Well, that that's that's a very interesting point because when you Mayfield and he got Landry, and you got to obey j you know, these could be the three amigos, and they can go on and have storied careers or the egos won't be enough to fit on one team, and you're going to have constant cry bean and bickering and divisive locker room now to to be fair OBGYN teammates to a man have said nothing, but great things about them. They loved him. He was a guy that they looked up to. So that's that's the thing. We got to consider, you know, his teammates didn't consider him a distraction. They considered him a great player who occasionally did some some wacky things, but they were doing wacky things too. I mean this whole end zone celebration of the dog thing. Okay. That was steps. Stupid. But but now the giants are posing for pictures when they score a touchdown. You know, the post for a team picture is that they all do it. Now. And this much as we don't like it. That's that's what it is. Let's go to IRA Staten Island. You're on the fan IRA who I think you got to be a pretty happy camper. These days. Yes. We lost a lot of special teams there, you know, with your returner and your kicker, but. You know, I guess you can live with it. Right. Can live with it. Put your. Said how you played touring the foreigners some time four over. That's how they probably approached Jason longer. I'm a big factor. Crazy. Create a create yelich probably picnic shells had. He's not gonna come back. Go back there. Eighty two to eighty three percent of. Yeah. Feel for that. That's why I think they got out Canadair owner should have have competition for him. I agree Roberts. You know, what I would have loved to have him back. If I read was correct. You know, two years. Yeah. Especially when Curators had so many holes to fill, and you know, the Moseley thing that was an old brainer. I think not only recycling a terrific player. He's also bring in a like a burning talk. Type of team. You'll really good thing. Situation. You know, I'm not gonna kill him for it. You know with the bad thing, they did, but your professors family, and now let's get to reprise. Spell. We talked for. My salutes getting endless talk about on. Gal. We both read, you know, I wouldn't have spent box, but considering the type of money that they spent for this guy. They gotta deal. I still have to be serves, you know, guys are coming here, and you know. Choosers not saying what you want but price on two years committed and they could get out of it. Get three or four really if you look at the Martin over the first two years a lot. So I think if you. Chipanga shoulder plate winning attitude. Maybe they really answer. Ira think think what you just said it's not a lot. What is it thirty thirty something million dollars? Not a lot. This is monopoly money. We're talking about. It's crazy. But but but you're right. I mean, they got a very good deal. And see here's the thing. I'm wondering with him. He sat out last year lost fifteen and a half mil. Right. So this contract to me doesn't really make up for that. Does it? No. So. To play hard to get your good years. And then you hold out. And you know, Donald it'll be it'll be fully developed is a quarterback, and they have won something. And now, you know, referring them out. Price. Well, you know, what if he gives you a Naf that he's able to hold out? I think you'll take it. Because if he's able to hold out after two years that means he's played at a really really high level and that combined with darnold development and everybody else they brought in should mean at least playoffs for the jets, and maybe even pie in the sky hopes. So I think you and I both questioned his running style. Whether it's going to work with this offensive line, and all that kind of stuff we don't know that Curtis. Martin speaks very highly of him. And you gotta respect Curtis Martin and his opinion and his mentor ship. So I think if you're a jet fan. You gotta be pretty happy. I was thinking they could do something a little less expensive down in Atlanta. But they got a guy that know again could be a real difference maker. And again the money. They spent wasn't crazy crazy money considering what guys you're getting these days. Eight seven seven three three seven six six six six..

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"professor family" Discussed on People's Pharmacy

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"professor family" Discussed on People's Pharmacy

"Kidding? So there is a way that things. Well, if you along, and they don't always appear to be what they see as an eighty one year old person on lot of what I was presented to me as my weaknesses have Trudeau to be my strengths of the foundation of my life, like storytelling anecdotal evidence stories have not been respected until very very recently. Much too. Subjective, you know, much too soft. But they have the power to change everything you want to make change change the story that people tell each other about whatever it is. You wanna change people move for story. You're listening to Dr Rachel Naomi ramen founder and founding director of the reminisced to toot for the study of health and illness at Wright state university Boone shop school at medicine in Dayton, Ohio. She's professor family medicine at the Boone shop school of medicine and clinical, professor family medicine at UCSF school of medicine in San Francisco, California, her books include kitchen table wisdom stories that he'll and my grandfather's blessings stories of strength refuge and belonging. They've been translated into twenty three languages. Dr. Ramin created a course for medical students called the healer's art since nineteen Ninety-one it's been taught in more than one hundred medical schools interior, one of the things that so extraordinary about Dr Rachel Naomi remedy is that she has focused as much on healing as curing because. Healing is ultimately one of the most important things we can do for one another. Absolutely. And I love the image of her as grandmother, spider repairing that relational web after the break. Dr Ramin will tell us about the Catholic story of Tikka Mowlem and her childhood story of the Cup of dirt. Her grandfather gave her we find out why you sometimes need patients to figure out what's causing serious symptoms. You'll also learn about the common wheel cancer help program. And how it focuses on healing rather than Curie. You're listening to the people's pharmacy with Joe and Terry Graydon. The people's pharmacy podcast is sponsored in part by Kaya -biotics, K A Y A -biotics offers the first probiotics which are both certified organic and Hypo allergenic probiotics produced in Germany under laboratory conditions with high quality ingredients and under strict regulatory oversight. The three available formulas are created for very specific purposes such as strengthening the immune system, fighting eastern factions and helping with weight loss to learn more about Kaya -biotics, probiotics and the important topic of gut health you can visit their website Kaya, -biotics dot com. That's K A Y A -biotics dot com. Use the discount code people for ten dollars off your first purchase. Welcome back to the people sperm Assi. I'm Terry Graydon. I'm Joe Graydon to purchase a CD of today's show or any people's pharmacy broadcast. You can call eight hundred seven three two two three three four today. Show is one thousand one hundred forty six that number again, eight hundred seven three two two three three four or you can find it at people's pharmacy dot com. You can also download the free podcast from itunes or from our web store. We invite you to consider writing a review. The people pharmacy is brought to impart by brain gauge developed by neuroscientists at the university of North Carolina to track brain health, home research and clinical applications available home subscription options can be found online gauge your brain dot com today or talking about why stories are so crucial to communicating with health professionals telling your story is essential to getting the right diagnosis. Sometimes we also need a bit of patience to allow the body to reveal what is going on. We're talking with Dr Rachel Naomi ramen, she's founder and founding director of the remnants debate for the study of health and illness at Wright state university Boone shot school of medicine in Dayton, Ohio. She's also professor of family medicine at the Boone shop school of medicine and clinical, professor family

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"professor family" Discussed on AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

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"professor family" Discussed on AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

"We're gonna wrap up this episode of the podcast with an interview i am renate mishari and i'm professor family medicine at georgetown university school of medicine where i direct our global health initiatives are local p v i n and doubt the health and media fellowships and we're gonna talk about advocacy today with dr we schori and how family physicians students or residents can get involved but maybe i renate can you just tell us about your career path to failing medicine and your particular areas of passion guests of course so am i was a journalist apt television and radio for about a decade before flying back to school and pursuing medicine and also um i gotta part public health degree before starting med school so that sort of helped shape my interest in seeing health and medicine through a based populationbased damn lens and family medicine fit right into that but i must say that first of all i liked everything that i did a medical school every single rotation and honestly wasn't until i did family medicine which was my last rotation at all and i didn't even know fairly medicine existed but the first day i say on the first two of the rotation it was a like a big hand moment and i knew right away the founding of medicine was the one for me in terms of areas of interest i'm an immigrant myself i grew up in a conflict zone in israel didn't come to the states until i was in my early twenties in both sets of my grandparents were immigrants and refugees.

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