TOPICS by TIMECODE 18:26 It was predictable that the internet would be a dystopian Big Brother. In fact, this guy predicted 35 yrs ago that no one would care if data were collected by a lot of companies for apparently innocent reasons 26:06 Metaverse VR is the World Elites are Preparing for YOU. No work, no travel, no meat, a micro-apartment. How do they plan on keeping you from rebelling? A little bread and a lot of circus via Virtual Reality escapism. Facebook, Microsoft, Wall Street, Silicon Valley are all working together as one to make the unreal your reality. 44:13 Hackers steal over $611 MILLION in crypto 49:15 Big court win in 5G health issues as even more “Havana Syndrome” cases appear. 59:36 UPDATE: HIIDE biometric devices left behind by US military can have 1,000's of people's data on them, available w/o having to access central database and it gets worse… 1:02:43 As schools are closed, requiring masks & jabs — it's time to rethink the institutions; grades were a problem, so Oregon is abandoning “proficiency” in reading, writing, math altogether and focusing on what they consider to be “essential” instead 1:21:26 Former homosexuals are angry about Netflix “documentary” attacking homosexual therapy and Christian conversion — “Pray Away” 1:25:36 Listener letters. Pastors who support themselves with other jobs and kept churches going throughout the entire lockdown. Things are getting tougher now. 1:35:45 Poland may lose billions in EU carrots/sticks but will not push LGBT agenda on children 1:40:13 I thought this was a parody, but unfortunately, it's real. Here's an example of the kind of sex-obsessed person that could be teaching your child 1:46:12 Afghanistan: Christians & Americans LAST Concern of US Military (if they even get out). Meanwhile, Biden says no Americans will be left behind yet they don't know how many they've flown out, how many remain and they've said they won't go out and help them get to the airport. And some Americans have been charged as much as $2,000 to return. What group has been totally abandoned? Afghan Christians. 1:59:00 Trump Mocks Booster as “Money Making Operation”. What about Operation Warp Speed and $20+ BILLION he gave these same “greedy” companies? What about the 2 shots that they've made $20-$30 BILLION EACH? Biden, CDC, FDA do a reversal on boosters but the US Surgeon General wasn't informed apparently. 2:27:24 Unvaccinated Nurses Forced Out, Causing “Breaking Point” at Hospitals. Firsthand reports of why hospitals are “over capacity” — nurses who have worked for the past 18 months as “heroes”, now kicked to the curb because they do not consent to taking an experimental injection. 2:16:46 Listeners' letters. A letter from Cali-Ban, a father's suicide from lockdown 2:39:09 This is not about controlling a virus to “zero” cases. It's about making sure your life is “zero”. Technocrats are cheered and the more draconian the measure, the more the press fawns over it. 2:46:11 Vax or Die. Organ transplants denied unless you take the jab 2:53:02 Lambda? Delta? Remember when it was only Greek fraternities? But now the graduates of Animal House are running the country and the colleges as novel punishments are being dished out by colleges to unvaxed students. Find out more about the show and where you can watch it at TheDavidKnightShow.com If you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-show Or you can send a donation through Zelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.com Cash App at: $davidknightshow BTC to: bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7 Mail: David Knight POB 1323 Elgin, TX 78621
TOPICS by TIMECODE18:26 It was predictable that the internet would be a dystopian Big Brother. In fact, this guy predicted 35 yrs ago that no one would care if data were collected by a lot of companies for apparently innocent reasons26:06 Metaverse VR is the World Elites are Preparing for YOU. No work, no travel, no meat, a micro-apartment. How do they plan on keeping you from rebelling? A little bread and a lot of circus via Virtual Reality escapism. Facebook, Microsoft, Wall Street, Silicon Valley are all working together as one to make the unreal your reality.44:13 Hackers steal over $611 MILLION in crypto49:15 Big court win in 5G health issues as even more “Havana Syndrome” cases appear.59:36 UPDATE: HIIDE biometric devices left behind by US military can have 1,000's of people's data on them, available w/o having to access central database and it gets worse…1:02:43 As schools are closed, requiring masks & jabs — it's time to rethink the institutions; grades were a problem, so Oregon is abandoning “proficiency” in reading, writing, math altogether and focusing on what they consider to be “essential” instead1:21:26 Former homosexuals are angry about Netflix “documentary” attacking homosexual therapy and Christian conversion — “Pray Away”1:25:36 Listener letters. Pastors who support themselves with other jobs and kept churches going throughout the entire lockdown. Things are getting tougher now.1:35:45 Poland may lose billions in EU carrots/sticks but will not push LGBT agenda on children1:40:13 I thought this was a parody, but unfortunately, it's real. Here's an example of the kind of sex-obsessed person that could be teaching your child1:46:12 Afghanistan: Christians & Americans LAST Concern of US Military (if they even get out). Meanwhile, Biden says no Americans will be left behind yet they don't know how many they've flown out, how many remain and they've said they won't go out and help them get to the airport. And some Americans have been charged as much as $2,000 to return. What group has been totally abandoned? Afghan Christians.1:59:00 Trump Mocks Booster as “Money Making Operation”. What about Operation Warp Speed and $20+ BILLION he gave these same “greedy” companies? What about the 2 shots that they've made $20-$30 BILLION EACH? Biden, CDC, FDA do a reversal on boosters but the US Surgeon General wasn't informed apparently.2:27:24 Unvaccinated Nurses Forced Out, Causing “Breaking Point” at Hospitals. Firsthand reports of why hospitals are “over capacity” — nurses who have worked for the past 18 months as “heroes”, now kicked to the curb because they do not consent to taking an experimental injection.2:16:46 Listeners' letters. A letter from Cali-Ban, a father's suicide from lockdown2:39:09 This is not about controlling a virus to “zero” cases. It's about making sure your life is “zero”. Technocrats are cheered and the more draconian the measure, the more the press fawns over it.2:46:11 Vax or Die. Organ transplants denied unless you take the jab2:53:02 Lambda? Delta? Remember when it was only Greek fraternities? But now the graduates of Animal House are running the country and the colleges as novel punishments are being dished out by colleges to unvaxed students.Find out more about the show and where you can watch it at TheDavidKnightShow.comIf you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-showOr you can send a donation throughZelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.comCash App at: $davidknightshowBTC to: bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7Mail: David Knight POB 1323 Elgin, TX 78621
On today's episode Donny welcomes a very special guest: the United States Surgeon General, Dr. Vivek Murthy. In addition to being the 19th and 21st US Surgeon General, Dr. Murthy is an entrepreneur, public health buff, dad, and husband. Donny and Dr. Murthy dive right in, covering everything from the most current Covid and vaccination updates, to how to find happiness by cultivating your relationships. Dr. Murthy shares his personal story of battling depression, the work he puts in to build an intentional life, and how he continues the fight to break the stigma of mental illness. You won't want to miss this inspiring interview. But first, Donny breaks down his biggest Brands of the Week, sharing with all of us his candid breakdown of Tesla, Ikea, Tom Brady and Big Macs, to name a few. Be sure to rate, review, and subscribe! Follow Dr. Murthy: Twitter @surgeon_general, Instagram @u.s.surgeongeneral Follow Donny: @donnyjaydeutsch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Scientists Discover Where Weed Came From | 710 Morning Show | July 19, 2021 Where did the weed come from? No, not where it was bought, when did people start growing it and using it? A group of biologists and other scientists said humans began growing cannabis about 12,000 years ago not just for food, but also for hemp and, yes, probably to get high.
Keri and Carter welcome Sunny Lohmann and Cecil Charles. The tetrad begins by discussing cancel culture and the recent "recommendations" from the US Surgeon General regarding how tech companies and others should treat "misinformation." The conversation then evolves into a deeper discussion about the future of humanity. You can find Cecil online at: Twitter: @thececilcharles Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYGuF3U0tupNYYYo3C-t1AQ Instagram: @cecilcharlesofficial Venmo: @cecilcharlesofficial Web: CecilCharles.com And find Sunny at: Twitter: @sunnylohmann Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/houseofsunny.tv SubscribeStar: https://www.subscribestar.com/house-of-sunny YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/HouseofSunny Web: http://www.houseofsunny.tv/ The video version of this episode is available here: https://unsafespace.com/ep0605 Links Referenced in the Show: Surgeon General's Misinformation Guidelines: https://www.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/surgeon-general-misinformation-advisory.pdf Cecil's Song "Find Me": https://youtu.be/n-tNLv5ha7U Thanks for Watching! The best way to follow Unsafe Space, no matter which platforms ban us, is to visit: https://unsafespace.com While we're still allowed on YouTube, please don't forget to verify that you're subscribed, and to like and share this episode. You can find us there at: https://unsafespace.com/channel For episode clips, visit: https://unsafespace.com/clips Other video platforms on which our content can be found include: LBRY: https://lbry.tv/@unsafe BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/unsafespace/ Also, come join our community of dangerous thinkers at the following social media sites...at least until we get banned: Censorship-averse platforms: Gab: @unsafe Minds: @unsafe Locals: unsafespace.locals.com Parler: @unsafespace Telegram Chat: https://t.me/joinchat/H4OUclXTz4xwF9EapZekPg Censorship-happy platforms: Twitter: @unsafespace [currently suspended without any reason given] Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/unsafepage Instagram: @_unsafespace MeWe: https://mewe.com/p/unsafespace Support the content that you consume by visiting: https://unsafespace.com/donate Finally, don't forget to announce your status as a wrong-thinker with some Unsafe Space merch, available at: https://unsafespace.com/shop
The US Surgeon General gives a shocking stat. Why is Africa faring so much better than the US? Biden rolls out Facism to combat"misinformation"? False Flag Friday And This Week on the Crazy Train
In his first public health warning of his term, the US Surgeon General begs Americans says the greatest threat to American health is misinformation. Ahead of a crucial decision about how to investigate January 6th, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy meets with President Trump. And Olympics athletes are being sidelined because of COVID tests, even if they don't test positive themselves.
The US Surgeon General issues warning about covid misinformation, encouraging social media companies to do more to prevent it; Biden Admin is beginning to distribute expanded child tax credit payments; Cuba lifts restrictions on food and medicines following protests.
A Story Club: Global Politics S2 E2streamed live on FB from the US (San Francisco), India (Dehra Dun) and Trinidad and Tobago in the Caribbean, Thursdays 12pm EDT | 9am PDT | 9:30pm ISTrepeated Friday on the UNC Network in Trinidad and Tobago 6pm ASTWelcome to Season 2 Episode 2 of A Story Club: Global Politics & Cultures brought to you by Bulletproof Podcast FormulaMy name is Dr. Kirk Meighoo and I'm the public relations officer of the United National Congress, the official Opposition Party in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.This is a unique venture, streaming simulataneously from Trinidad and Tobago in the Caribbean, Dehra Dun in India, and San Franciso in the United States.We speak with people around the world, trying to understand different issues and problems relevant to my own country, Trinidad and Tobago, and also to people in sometimes very similar and sometimes very different situations, cultures, histories, politics, sociology, etc.The goal is to learn from each other, build networks, widen our perspectives, and work for solutions in our distinctive contexts.Today's episode is titled, "Building Global and National Health Infrastructure in the Wake of Covid.""The only way that the prolonged COVID-19 pandemic can be stopped, is by re-thinking the solution. We must have modern health care systems in every country. This means infrastructure for public health, and for medical care delivery at modern standards, to all populations. One model for this is the U.S. Hill-Burton Act (“Hospital Survey and Construction Act of 1946,”) whose principle was to state how many hospital beds per 1,000 residents must be in each locality (at that time, 4.5), and deploy accordingly to build them, including modern equipment and staff.Look at instances of our ability to do this today. The 1,000-bed Huoshenshan hospital was built in 12 days in Wuhan in 2020. In the U.S., multiple field hospitals were built in record time last Spring by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. We must do this simultaneously around the world.This means that all countries must work together to accomplish this. We must put aside tensions and conflicts for the time being.There are new strains of the SARS CoV2 that are showing up, that are more aggressive, and more transmissible. These can make vaccines obsolete... Thus, our response to the pandemic seen in these terms is a question of existential importance to the human species. It requires the cooperation of all major industrialized nations."This is a quote from a statement by the Committee for the Coincidence of Opposites, for the Global Health Summit in Rome, May 21, 2021, and for general circulation, which we will be discussing more in-depth on today's episode.This week, I am so pleased and honoured to have as our guestsDr. Joycelyn Elders, former US Surgeon General, professor emerita of pediatrics at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, pediatricianDr. Tim Gopeesingh, former Cabinet Minister in the Govt of Trinidad and Tobago, former Clinical Dean of the Faculty of Medical Sciences at the University of the West Indies, gynecologic oncologistMarcia Merry Baker, Economics Co-Editor of the EIR News Service
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Welcome to today’s show! In today’s episode, I discuss a pandemic of loneliness and outline 3 ways to combat loneliness during Covid19. On Measuring Loneliness I reference a quote from Jack: I received a DM from an old college friend the other day who said he missed me and wanted to catch up. I was so touched that I started to cry. I feel strange saying I'm lonely because I have a loving family. I repeat to myself, I have a wife and kids. But maybe I am lonely. With my week consisting of sitting in front of a computer on Zoom meetings by myself, the amount of people I come into contact with is slim. WHAT WE’LL LEARN The Gender Divide: How Men & Women differ when trying to connect with their same sex friends US Surgeon General (under President Obama) addressed loneliness and why people refuse to address the fact that they’re lonely but it’s actually a sign that our body gives us We discuss an example from Jack’s life Pick up the phone. And call at least 3 guy friends a week. Arrange a standing event. Get something on the calendar and make it part of your routine (e.g. a standing walk around the neighborhood). Sleep. To increase your resistance. What the surgeon general says about even just trying to connect with other men RESOURCES MENTIONED Episode 79: Resetting Your Recovery: rituals for healthy living Episode 82: Beyond Stress: training yourself to thrive in recovery Schedule a free 15 minute 1:1 Men’s group consult here. For more info, head over to atheistsinrecovery.com and subscribe to our email list. And thank you for listening! Leave an honest review on ITUNES. Your ratings and reviews really help and I read each one. Subscribe on ITUNES
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The coronavirus pandemic continues to worsen across the United States, as total confirmed COVID cases surpassed 15 million, and as a record 3000-plus single-day deaths and more than 230,000 daily new infections were reported for the first time since the pandemic began. Against that increasingly grim backdrop, the first of several potentially effective vaccines neared final approval for distribution in the United States. A US Food and Drug Administration’s advisory panel on Thursday recommended the agency approve the Pfizer company’s request for an emergency use authorization for its COVID-19 vaccine, meaning doses could become available to US front-line workers and nursing home residents within days. The same vaccine was approved earlier this week in Britain, where the world's first public vaccinations have begun. A similar request for another COVID vaccine, developed by the pharmaceutical company Moderna, awaits FDA consideration next week. Several more promising vaccines continue in clinical trials. These developments signal a new and more hopeful phase in this historic public health emergency, but many questions remain about whether the American public has sufficient confidence in the new vaccines, and whether federal, state and local institutions will be able to manage an effective - and equitable - nationwide vaccination campaign that will need to inoculate at least 200 million Americans over the course of the next year. Today, Tom talks with three public health experts with unique perspectives on the challenges we face as the new vaccines are rolled out. Later in this hour, we’ll discuss how health agencies can ensure equitable public access to the vaccines with Dr. Sandra Quinn, a senior associate director of the Maryland Center for Health Equity at the University of Maryland’s School of Public Health. Tom also talks with the Dean of that school, Dr. Boris Lushniak, a former deputy and acting US Surgeon General in the Obama Administration, about the logistical — and political -- challenges in launching and running a national vaccination campaign. But Tom's first guest today is Dr. Karen Kotloff. She is a specialist in infectious diseases with the University of Maryland School of Medicine, where she also serves as Principal Investigator for the Vaccine Treatment and Evaluation Unit at the School’s NIH-funded Center for Vaccine Development. Dr. Kotloff was principal investigator on the Phase 3 human trials of the Moderna company’s COVID-19 vaccine. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The coronavirus pandemic continues to worsen across the United States, as total confirmed COVID cases surpassed 15 million, and as a record 3000-plus single-day deaths and more than 230,000 daily new infections were reported for the first time since the pandemic began. Against that increasingly grim backdrop, the first of several potentially effective vaccines neared final approval for distribution in the United States. A US Food and Drug Administration’s advisory panel on Thursday recommended the agency approve the Pfizer company’s request for an emergency use authorization for its COVID-19 vaccine, meaning doses could become available to US front-liner workers and nursing home residents within days. The same vaccine was approved earlier this week in Britain, where the world's first public vaccinations have begun. A similar request for another COVID vaccine, developed by the pharmaceutical company Moderna, awaits FDA consideration next week. Several more promising vaccines continue in clinical trials. These developments signal a new and more hopeful phase in this historic public health emergency, but many questions remain about whether the American public has sufficient confidence in the new vaccines, and whether federal, state and local institutions will be able to manage an effective - and equitable - nationwide vaccination campaign that will need to inoculate at least 200 million Americans over the course of the next year. Today, Tom talks with three public health experts with unique perspectives on the challenges we face as the new vaccines are rolled out. Later in this hour, we’ll discuss how health agencies can ensure equitable public access to the vaccines with Dr. Sandra Quinn, a senior associate director at the Maryland Center for Health Equity, at the University of Maryland’s School of Public Health. Tom also talks with the Dean of that school, Dr. Boris Lushniak, a former deputy US Surgeon General in the Obama Administration, about the logistical — and political -- challenges in launching and running a national vaccination campaign. But Tom's first guest today is Dr. Karen Kotloff. She is a specialist in infectious diseases with the University of Maryland School of Medicine, where she also serves as a Principal Investigator for the Vaccine Treatment and Evaluation Unit at the School’s NIH-funded Center for Vaccine Development. Dr. Kotloff has been the principal investigator on the Phase Three human trials of the Moderna company’s COVID vaccine. All three of our guests join us today on Zoom.
Today's topics include: ol Vivek Murthy is potentially back in the position of US Surgeon General. Vivek Murthy was not a friend of the vape industry the first time around. Can we change his mind this time? Were also going to be doing some fact checking on Google and their "Other People Ask" search feature that i'm sure we have all used. BREAKING NEWS: CA AG Xavier Becerra may be up for head of HHS (Health and human services)
A woman dies every 12 hours in this country from pregnancy-related complications. 2/3rds of these deaths are preventable! Let that sink in. On December 3, 2020, the US Surgeon General released a CALL TO ACTION to rectify this reality. In particular, ONE race is carrying this burden more than others. In this podcast we will summarize the main points of this 71 page monograph, and tie in potential solutions.
Former acting US Surgeon General Dr. Kenneth Moritsugu joins Mike Max to discuss the importance of exercise and how physical fitness can help improve our overall health and in the battle against COVID-19. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Andy brings you an inside look at President-elect Biden’s COVID-19 efforts with task force co-chair Vivek Murthy, former US Surgeon General and one of Biden’s senior advisors in the pandemic. Andy and Vivek discuss what the President-elect is thinking about the pandemic, the (lack of) transition, and his priorities come January 20. Plus, how they hope to reverse the damage done by — as Vivek puts it — the way politics has poisoned the pandemic response. Keep up with Andy on Twitter @ASlavitt and Instagram @andyslavitt. Follow Vivek Murthy on Twitter @vivek_murthy. In the Bubble is supported in part by listeners like you. Become a member, get exclusive bonus content, ask Andy questions, and get discounted merch at https://www.lemonadamedia.com/inthebubble/. Support the show by checking out our sponsors! Livinguard masks have the potential to deactivate COVID-19 based on the testing they have conducted from leading universities such as the University of Arizona and the Free University in Berlin, Germany. Go to shop.livinguard.com and use the code BUBBLE10 for 10% off. Check out these resources from today’s episode: Read more about the Biden-Harris plan to beat COVID-19: https://buildbackbetter.com/priorities/covid-19/ Learn more about the 13-member COVID-19 advisory board that Vivek co-chairs: https://www.washingtonpost.com/health/2020/11/09/biden-coronavirus-task-force/ Listen to the Atul Gawande interview Andy referenced in the show: https://www.npr.org/2020/11/13/934718042/member-of-bidens-coronavirus-advisory-board-on-what-could-be-done-to-fight-pande Check out this article about what polls say about people’s confidence in the COVID-19 vaccines: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11/17/health/gallup-poll-coronavirus-vaccine.html Check out Vivek’s book, Together: The Healing Power of Human Connection in a Sometimes Lonely World: https://www.vivekmurthy.com/together-book Pre-order Andy’s book, Preventable: The Inside Story of How Leadership Failures, Politics, and Selfishness Doomed the U.S. Coronavirus Response, here: https://us.macmillan.com/books/9781250770165 To follow along with a transcript and/or take notes for friends and family, go to www.lemonadamedia.com/show/in-the-bubble shortly after the air date. Stay up to date with us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @LemonadaMedia. For additional resources, information, and a transcript of the episode, visit lemonadamedia.com. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This is a special one – our 25th episode! Thank you for listening and being part of the journey. I could not be more thrilled to bring one of my personal heroes Dr. Vivek Murthy. Dr. Vivek Murthy served as the 19th Surgeon General of the United States between 2014 and 2017. As the Vice... The post Dr. Vivek Murthy – Former US Surgeon General & his amazing advice on COVID-19, loneliness, and human connection appeared first on South Asian Stories.
This is Toby Sumpter with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Friday, October 23, 2020. Today you will hear about Great Grandmother Eames doesn’t give a sod, Jordan Peterson is back by the grace of God, Boise Chamber of Commerce might help girls get crushed in sports, the US Surgeon General is in Court in […]
This is Toby Sumpter with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Friday, October 23, 2020. Today you will hear about Great Grandmother Eames doesn't give a sod, Jordan Peterson is back by the grace of God, Boise Chamber of Commerce might help girls get crushed in sports, the US Surgeon General is in Court in […]
The hospitality industry has been decimated by the Covid-19 pandemic perhaps more than any other industry. This spans everything from the major hotel brands to the individually owned short term vacation rentals. There is no doubt that we are entering a second wave of infection across many countries. We’re all tired of this and want it to be over and for life to return to normal. On today’s show we’re talking about a major change at AirBnB. They have introduced a new cleaning protocol that all hosts must agree to implement and certify in order to retain their listing as an active host. All hosts are required to agree to these COVID-19 safety practices by November 20, 2020. Hosts who don’t complete this requirement before the deadline may be unable to accept new reservations. The AirBnB cleaning process is a 5 step process. Airbnb developed their cleaning protocol based on CDC guidance and in consultation with experts in the fields of sanitization and medicine, such as Ecolab and Dr. Vivek Murthy, former US Surgeon General. They have two handbooks, one for regular AirBnB listings. This one is 36 pages in length and a second one for hotels that is 41 pages in length. The difference between the two handbooks has mostly to do with the common areas and the hotel check-in process. Where possible, hotels should implement contactless checkin, using electronic lock codes with a smartphone, checkin using an app, and tap for payments. Make sure that guests know which services are available such as room service, the gym or the pool which might be closed for protection of guests. There are helpful videos, and detailed checklists for hosts to use every step of the way. I read through both handbooks and I have to tell you, I was pretty impressed by the thoroughness of the protocols they have recommended. I particularly like the checklists. One of the biggest mistakes that people make is sanitizing before cleaning. That does nothing to stop the spread of viruses and bacteria. A surface needs to be clean first before it can be sanitized. This is a basic principle. I know this from my days when I used to brew beer and make wine. If the bottles were not sanitized, you would end up with a bad bottle of beer or a bad bottle of wine. But before the bottle could be sanitized, it needed to be 100% clean. There could be no mold residue in the bottle, no bits of food or organic matter. Using a sanitizer like a chlorine or a sulphate solution would not do its job unless the bottle was 100% clean first. These early lab experiments gave me an appreciation for what clean really means. If I cut corners, I would have a bad bottle. The microbes didn’t care if I was in a rush. You see there are just some processes that are pretty unforgiving when it comes to contamination. If you’ve ever had a bad bottle of wine, it’s because something wasn’t clean before the wine got into the bottle, or the cork didn’t seal the bottle and something got into the bottle. They don’t care what brand of wine, if it’s a $10 bottle or a $1,000 bottle. They don’t care if it’s a French wine or a California wine. Here we are in the middle of a pandemic and those microbes don’t care either. We are in a war on clean, at least for the foreseeable future. The choice of November 20 as the cutoff date for AirBnB hosts to comply with the new protocol is not an accident in my opinion. November is traditionally a slow month in short term rentals, especially in the vacation short term rentals. But we’re coming up on the busy US Thanksgiving weekend when people travel to visit family. Poorly cleaned short term rentals could turn Thanksgiving into the super spreader holiday of the year.
Today on Your Beautiful Day on The Gratitude Radio Network, Jenn MOG, Pearl Chiarenza and Neil will interview D'Andra Simmons of The Real Housewives of Dallas. Ultimate Living was created by Dee Simmons (D'Andra's mother) in 1996. Her own personal battle with breast cancer and the passing of Dee's mother (D'Andra's grandmother) to pancreatic cancer were the catalysts to the creation of Ultimate Living. Dee noticed a need in the marketplace for natural health and wellness supplements, and shortly after, the US Surgeon General recommended an increase in the amount of fruits and vegetables in the diet of every American each day to protect against various diseases. Since that time, the company has been a leader in the health and wellness industry, offering various natural health supplements including Green Miracle, for over two decades. In 2004, Dee's daughter, D'Andra Simmons joined her mother full-time and embarked on a two-year program in naturopathic medicine to become an expert in the science behind the nutrition. Her education and expert knowledge of skin care and nutrition has kept Ultimate Living at the forefront of cutting-edge technologies that merge the best of science with the best of nature. The results are superior formulations that address the ever-changing health and wellness needs of our society. Along with playing a major role in formulating Ultimate Living's nutritional supplements, D'Andra Simmons created Hard Night Good Morning, a naturally derived, botanically based aloe vera cruelty-free skin care line
The US Surgeon General’s office has released a report emphasizing the importance of making hypertension control a national public health priority. Vice Admiral Jerome Adams, MD, MPH, the 20th US Surgeon General, discusses the report's background and recommendations. Recorded October 7, 2020. Related Article(s): A National Commitment to Improve the Care of Patients With Hypertension in the US
Today, Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell issued a Stay at Home, Work from Home order starting midnight Thursday. Today, Hawaii has 215 new cases of coronavirus. He agreed with Governor Ige that more has to be done. The order will be set for 2 weeks. It's about saving lives. A 160-room hotel will be made available to house residents that were in contact with infected people. This is to help communities to separate infected from healthy people from a tense family environment. According to the Mayor, this is especially true for the Micronesian and Filipino communities. These communities have been hit hardest. A new search requirement allows for an additional 5,000 tests a day, which is a total of about 70,000 tests in the last 2 weeks. The newly-developed test can be self-administered through the nose. This is a significant increase from the current 1,500 tests. The increase in cases has been creating a challenge for hospitals. The situation is critical according to Vice Admiral Jerome Adams, US Surgeon General. Hawaii is considered in the yellow range of measurement, making yellow critical in infection increase. Reopening the state will be considered when the increase of infection goes back into the green. Oahu has 397 hospitalizations, which is 165 more than a week ago. Currently, 50 sick people are in the ICU. Currently, Hawaii has 4,472 active cases of COVID-19 on Oahu. 6-11% of sick people will end up in a hospital. This order is valid for Honolulu County, which includes all of the islands of Oahu at this time. Religious services may continue with restrictions. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/etn/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/etn/support
Everyone wants to stop the scourge of Covid-19 as soon as possible. Masks seem to be an important tool to that end. In fact, they seem to be our most potent defense. In today's pedcast, I am going to pass on what I have learned about making masking as effective as possible and give you some tips on helping your children adjust to wearing them. Image by Pixabay Musical Introduction Goal of Masking Your Children When SARS-CoV-2 first came on the scene, spread was thought to happen mainly through touch of contaminated surfaces; things like doorknobs, pencil sharpeners, or shared food. Since those early days, many experts now feel that the SARS-CoV-2 germ can get into the air in a very fine form known as an aerosol and travel from person to person, just like smells do. If this is true, even being farther than 6 feet (2 meters) can infect a child or adult, especially if that exposure is in a poorly ventilated closed space like a small room for an extended period of time (currently thought to be 15 minutes or greater). If this is true, masks become an even more important tool to protect your children and family from getting Covid-19 because they reduce the spread outward of contaminated droplets and also impede the mask wearer's breathing in of aerosol. And masks seem to work. No matter how you feel about having your family wear masks, I think if you look around the world at places where masking is accepted as necessary, the spread of all types of viral respiratory infections is much more manageable and contained. During sick season, the masks just come out without hesitation. In the U.S., What Have We Learned About Masking? So, what have we learned recently about masks with respect to the spread of viral respiratory infections in the U.S.? What does the science show? A recent study found the following when a person coughs; "With no mask, the aerosol jet extended an average of 8 feet from the head. A handkerchief folded according to instructions from the US Surgeon General reduced that distance to 1 foot 3 inches. A store-bought cone-style mask performed better, with the jet only extending 8 inches. The best result came from a mask stitched out of two layers of quilting cotton (second figure), which permitted only a 2.5-inch jet." Still not a mask believer? Consider a large study done in a huge healthcare facility Massachusetts recently where the healthcare workers were at high risk of getting infected. Here they had exponential growth (that's bad) of cases of Covid-19 until they instituted universal masking at which time, they found the infection rate to plummet. In fact, the director of the CDC recently stated that if everyone in the U.S. would mask appropriately, we could get control of the pandemic in 4- 8 weeks! And finally let's look at a study out of Missouri where two hair stylists tested positive and had symptoms but cut the hair of 67 clients. The stylists and clients were masked during the cuttings and guess how many of their clients or their contacts (169 people) came down with Covid-19? None! But we don't need to be statisticians to know that masks work, just look overseas to the Asian world to understand how effective they really are. Even though most of these nations are much more densely populated than the U.S., their daily Covid-19 illness counts are typically under 100. The U.S.'s on August 15th at the time I wrote this pedcast was 56,729. Does the Type of Mask Make a Difference to Its Effectiveness? Ok, we can see that masks are extremely effective and inexpensive devices to limit the spread of respiratory droplets but does the type of mask make much difference to its effectiveness? The answer is yes, mask construction matters. One of the best being made of tightly woven cotton with multiple layers and tight fitting to the face. It goes without saying that covering the nose is fundamental to achieving mask effectiveness. In a study just published last week from Duke Univ...
In Episode 132, I speak with Dr. Julianne Holt-Lunstad, THE leading researcher on social isolation, loneliness, social connection and how those things impact health. Maybe you have heard the statistic that loneliness is worse for your health than smoking up to 15 cigarettes per day. Well, we dive a little deeper to clarify this notion to include the difference between loneliness and social isolation. We also talk about what a healthy socially connected life might look like. We also cover a few preliminary data points on how the coronavirus pandemic of COVID-19 has had an impact on social isolation and loneliness. Here are some of the main points from our conversation: What led Dr. Holt-Lunstad to study social neuroscience and health psychology What is the definition of an epidemic? Is there actually a loneliness epidemic in the world? What data can back this up? The impact of COVID-19 on loneliness (some data is showing a 20-30% increase in loneliness (due to social distancing). That Gen-Z has the highest prevalence of loneliness (some data shows up to 79% reporting feeling lonely) What is the difference between loneliness and social isolation? Why is social connection so important for our health? How do social connection or social isolation compare to the impacts of well researched things like exercise, sleep, smoking, etc.? What would a healthy socially connected life look like? Dr. Julianne Holt-Lunstad's advice on how to be happier: Increase social connection and emphasis on your close relationships. Positive relationships are key to a happy life. More about Dr. Holt-Lunstad: Julianne Holt-Lunstad is a professor of psychology and neuroscience at Brigham Young University, where she is also the director of the social neuroscience lab. Her research is focused on the long-term health effects of social connection and has been seminal in the recognition of social isolation and loneliness as risk factors for early mortality. Recognized as an expert in the field, Holt-Lunstad has provided expert testimony in the US Congressional Hearing, worked on the US Surgeon General’s Emotional Well-Being in America initiative, served on the advisory group for the UK Cross-Departmental Loneliness Team, and a consensus committee for National Academy of Sciences. She also serves as scientific advisor for the Australian coalition to End Loneliness, the Foundation for Art & Healing, the Rural Aging Advisory Council, AARP Services Inc. and United Healthcare; and she regularly consults tech companies as well. Holt-Lunstad has received too many awards to name and is making a positive mark on the world with her research. Her work has been highlighted in the BBC 100 Breakthrough Health Discoveries in 2015 and has been covered in the New York Times, the Washington Post, Time magazine, Scientific American, “This American Life,” the TODAY show, NPR, and many other major media outlets. I am honored to be her TEDx speaker coach for her TED talk, and something we joke about is that her research has been cited in at least 10 other TED talks and dozens of books. It’s an honor to have Dr. Julianne Holt-Lunstad on the show and I hope you listen all the way to the end for her advice on how to build a happier life. Where to find and follow Dr. Holt-Lunstad: https://twitter.com/jholtlunstad julianneholtlunstad.byu.edu --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/morehappylife/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/morehappylife/support
The US Surgeon General discusses the challenges and successes of the COVID-19 pandemic. A discussion about campaigns, conventions, and vice presidents, and the latest on mail-in voting and a 2020 election forecast. We also discuss college football cancellations and remember reporter Pete Hamill.
On this week's episode, veteran Democratic Strategist, CNN Political Contributor and Author, Paul Begala joins Tara in a lively discussion about his newly released book, "You're Fired, The Perfect Guide to Beating Donald Trump." Great stories, great insight, great conversation. Find out why Tara calls Paul her favorite Democrat. Tara details her recent Twitter spat with the US Surgeon General, the Trump Axios interview and the ongoing Veepstakes.
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On the latest episode of GZERO World, former US Surgeon General Vivek Murthy joins Ian Bremmer to discuss how the Sun Belt states became America’s epicenter in the COVID-19 outbreak, the latest treatments and therapies for the most severely ill, and another pandemic plaguing America in this time of social distancing and isolation—loneliness.
We sit down and discuss the latest in the monument removals in the US. What is the real reason behind it? Who is behind it, and how do you defeat them? Also, the US Surgeon General backtracks on masks. Can it go away in three weeks if we just do what we're told? And did the St. Louis couple who defended their home from an angry mob break the law? We ask the questions.
Monday, June 8, 2020 - Loneliness and isolation can have dramatic consequences on our mental and physical health. Dr. Vivek Murthy is a former US Surgeon General, a former vice admiral in the Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, and the founder of Doctors for America. He’s out with a new book, “Together: The Healing Power of Human Connection in a Sometimes Lonely World.” He visits with Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter, hosts of the Conversations on Health Care podcast, about the emotional impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. ~~~ YouTube Educator Emily Graslie is the host of Prehistoric Road Trip, a new PBS series premiering on Wednesday the 17th. Featuring stops in North Dakota, the series is a fun look at America’s fossil country, exploring 2.5 billion years of our planet’s history. And, this Wednesday the 10th you can see the entire three part series at a Prairie Public watch party online! Join in at 7pm Central at facebook.com/prairiepublic.
My guest on today’s conversation is Vivek Murthy. Vivek was the US Surgeon General under the Obama administration and is now author of the fantastic book, Together, about the healing power of human connection. And connect is exactly what Vivek and I did during this conversation in a really deep and profound way. During this conversation, we talk about what authenticity really means and how powerful it is to be truly vulnerable.We also talk about the consequences of this pandemic causing a social recession as well as an economic recession and how lockdown is making an already chronic problem of loneliness much worse. But this conversation is about hope and optimism - could the outcome of our separation in fact be a social revival? Are we realising more than ever before that we need to put people first?When he was in office, Vivek realised that the thread running through so many social and health problems, touching people of all ages, was loneliness. As doctors, we share the conviction that lack of connections is a major factor in many modern health conditions. We discuss how loneliness can manifest as irritability, anger, depression and disturbed sleep. It can also be behind ailments from anxiety to addiction and even obesity. And, of course, in the current pandemic, its effects are amplified.So, could it be time for us to take stock of how much we’ve missed our family, friends, even strangers – and decide how we want those relationships to be going forwards? Vivek believes we need to make an explicit commitment to other people – reaching out to others and giving our undistracted time when we do. Service, he says, is a powerful antidote to loneliness – it’s you adding value to the world.Vivek’s guiding principle is to ‘put people first’ in society, as well as in our individual lives and to let love and compassion be our path out of loneliness and suffering. It’s really hard to disagree with this when you hear this conversation, and I hope you find it as meaningful as I did.Show notes available at https://drchatterjee.com/114Follow me on instagram.com/drchatterjee/Follow me on facebook.com/DrChatterjee/Follow me on twitter.com/drchatterjeeukDISCLAIMER: The content in the podcast and on this webpage is not intended to constitute or be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your doctor or other qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have heard on the podcast or on my website. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter welcome US Surgeon General under President Obama, Dr. Vivek Murthy, whose new book “Together: The Healing Power of Connection in a Sometimes Lonely World” examines the causes and harmful effects of the epidemic of loneliness in America and its impact on health. Dr. Murthy examines how the COVID-19 pandemic is amplifying this crisis, and how we, as a society, must address this issue. To stream our Station live 24/7 visit www.HealthcareNOWRadio.com or ask your Smart Device to “….Play HealthcareNOW Radio”. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen/
This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter welcome US Surgeon General under President Obama, Dr. Vivek Murthy, whose new book “Together: The Healing Power of Connection in a Sometimes Lonely World” examines the causes and harmful effects of the epidemic of loneliness in America and its impact on health. Dr. Murthy examines how the COVID-19 pandemic is amplifying this crisis, and how we, as a society, must address this issue. The post America’s Loneliness Epidemic Amid COVID-19: Former Surgeon General Vivek Murthy on the Toll of Isolation on America’s Health appeared first on Healthy Communities Online.
Got questions about the Coronavirus? We had some, too! Rear Admiral Dr. James Galloway, former assistant US Surgeon General during the Bush and Obama administrations answers kids' questions about Covid-19.Links for this show are:https://jamesgallowaymd.expert/Website: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/FaceBook: https://facebook.com/weirdandwackyplanetInstagram: https://instagram.com/weirdandwackyplanetTwitter: https://twitter.com/kbcarrauthoremail: email@example.comGet the Weird & Wacky Planet series: https://www.amazon.com/K-B-Carr/e/B00XIZ9ASWGet a FREE ebook: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/free-bookShop the Weird & Wacky Planet Store: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/store
This week we continue to discuss the global pandemic locally known as that Rona' and dive into some of the ridiculous conspiracy theories including the 5g one. Kimber gives us the rundown on her reading adventures and we hand out some awards, specifically to the US Surgeon General for his "Big Momma Speech". Make sure to tune into all the latest episodes of Black Nerd Power by downloading the Kudzukian App in the App Store or Google Play.
On this edition of Beyond Reason Radio Yaffee is a voice of reason on the latest news! Yaffee talks about why he thanks God Ron DeSantis is Florida's governor. AND Why is there an uproar over wrestling in Florida? ALSO Defending the US Surgeon General from unfair attacks. You can listen to the latest podcast here now!
On this edition of Beyond Reason Radio Yaffee is a voice of reason on the latest news! Yaffee talks about why he thanks God Ron DeSantis is Florida's governor. AND Why is there an uproar over wrestling in Florida? ALSO Defending the US Surgeon General from unfair attacks. You can listen to the latest podcast here now!
Quentin Evans El: https://www.facebook.com/quentin.evansel.9 While I was on the live stream, some incredible news was released. ” In a stunning turn of events, the US Surgeon General Jerome Adams has effectively dumped the Bill Gates/CDC/WHO predictive contagion model and is now working with the real data.” This is unbelievable news. And it is sticking a needle in the overinflated out and out fear mongering balloon that Fauci and Bill Gates have been falsely inflating and propagating. The US Surgeon General stated “what the American people need to know now is that we actually have data and so we are tracking that data.” According to the US Surgeon General, the new data suggests that businesses will begin to reopen as early as early May! The main stream media will not release this information. So it is up to us to spread this information far and wide. The fake media (which we have ALL seen whether we all admit it or not) will try to discredit this news, minimize it or even demonize it. It is up to us to spread this information far and wide. This was released on XM radio during the Breitbart News Daily hosted by Alex Markow and was released on Monday, April 13, 2020. Pass this on. There is nothing to fear but fear itself. It’s time to stop this ridiculousness and get back to making this world a better place! Pay it forward and pass it on! https://www.AskDrButtar.com/livestream https://www.fort-russ.com/2020/04/major-plans-to-re-open-u-s-surgeon-general-adams-dumps-gates-predictive-contagion-model/
We’re talking Bernie or Busters, the US Surgeon General’s request to Black Americans, what higher education looks like post-the new coronavirus and more. Dr. Tara Pixley, a Los Angeles-based visual journalist, writer, professor and critical race scholar along with writer and professor David Dennis Jr. join the conversation this episode. OJ breaks down reports of mistreatment of Africans in China.
During this global pandemic called COVID-19, it's easy to talk about the task before us as a "war" we must win. On this special edition of TURNING OUTWARD TOGETHER, Rich reflects on the US Surgeon General's comparison of the COVID-19 pandemic to Pearl Harbor and outlines 3 steps you can take to have a more human, less wartime, response to this pandemic.
Professor Sarah Milov explains the political and medical environments in which the 1964 US Surgeon General’s Report on dangers of smoking appeared in 1964. In addition to the medical and scientific concerns in producing the report, there were significant non-medical concerns and obstacles to overcome. One of the most significant of these was the political ways in which the Report was treated, both inside and outside the government. Listen and learn!
Bill & mIke Got Your Money Monday Cashed In With US Surgeon General Adams Says This Week Will Be Our Pearl Harbor Moment! - Deborah Birx WH Health Official-No Go Grocery Or Pharmacy Unless Essential - Americans are doubling down on their worst habits to cope with the mental and emotional stress of the pandemic - NBC Radio Bill Z & Michael Bower - ABC Tom Rivers All Discussed It - NFL Hall of Famer Former Brown Bobby Mitchell Dies At 84 - Former Speaker of the House-Newt Gingrich Is In Italy Talked His News Book SHAKEDOWN & Corona - Money Monday Kevin Myeroff NCA Financial Talked Scams & Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin announced that the first round of stimulus checks will be directly deposited into Americans’ bank accounts in the next two weeks
During a real pandemic, a scourge to people all over the world, the US Surgeon General has doubled down on causing more premature deaths. We'll discuss his malpractice tonight.NY Governor Cuomo has broken democracy ramming through a state budget that contains a statewide flavor ban that will destroy harm reduction in New York. The #covid19 epidemic is not the only thing that will cause the loss of life in the Empire State, and just like the virus it will not just stay there.#sonoflibertyradio will be live to discuss all your stay at home boredom, Covid-19 shenanigans, vaping advocacy and whether whisky makes us better broadcasters or not.Live here on Facebook at 10pm EST
This week’s episode of Flava In Ya Ear is all about the Coronavirus and Ian shares the message that the US Surgeon General mentioned this week: Act like you have the virus. Follow Ian Beckles on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, TuneIn Radio, and on Google Play The post Ian Beckles’ Flava In Ya Ear: Act Like You Have The Virus appeared first on Radio Influence.
In the special episode of That's So Hindu, HAF Co-Founder Dr. Aseem Shukla moderates a discussion on the COVID-19 pandemic, featuring: Former US Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy, Dr. Lavannya Pandit, Dr. Mihir Meghani, Dr. Rajiv Pandit, Dr. Abhay Dandekar, and Dr. Kavita Pallod Sekhsaria.
Evaluation and Credit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MedChat12 Target Audience This activity is targeted towards all physician specialties. Statement of Need Introduced in 2007, vaping has been promoted as a safe alternative to smoking. Research shows in 2017, vaping was the most common use of any tobacco-like product in adolescents – with an estimated 1.3 million new adolescents using electronic cigarettes in 2018.In December of 2018, the US Surgeon General declared electronic cigarettes (EC) as an epidemic among youth. Evidence has linked vaping to an increase in acute lung injuries referred to as vaping-related acute lung injury (VpALI) and addiction in the adolescent / young adult population. Objectives At the conclusion of this offering, the participant will be able to: Define vaping-related acute lung injury (VpALI). Describe the contributing factors of vaping to acute lung injury. Discuss the symptoms, diagnostic guidelines and treatment protocols for VpALI. Implement an inclusive social history in determining patients utilizing electronic cigarettes / vaping and associated risks. Moderator Mark J. McDonald, MD, CPE, FAAP Medical Director, Norton Children’s Hospital & Norton Children’s Medical Center Professor, Department of Pediatrics Division of Pediatric Critical Care University of Louisville School of Medicine Speaker Scott G. Bickel, M.D. Assistant professor Division of pediatric pulmonology Department of pediatrics University of Louisville School of Medicine Disclosures The speaker, planners and moderator of this activity have no potential or actual conflicts of interest to disclose. Commercial Support This activity has not received commercial support. Physician Credits American Medical Association Accreditation Norton Healthcare is accredited by the Kentucky Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Designation Norton Healthcare designates this enduring material for a maximum of .50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Date of Original Release | March 2020 Course Termination Date | December 2021 Contact Information | Center for Continuing Medical Education; (502) 446-5955 or firstname.lastname@example.org Resources for Additional Study Abeles, M.D., Michael, et.al., “Vaping-associated lung injury caused by inhalation of cannabis oil”, Pediatric Pulmonology, 2019; 1-3. Al-Hamdani, Mohammed, et. al., “Vaping among youth and young adults: a “red alert” state”, Journal of Public Health Policy, October 2019. Blagev, Denitza, P., Harris, Dixie, et. al., “Clinical presentation, treatment, and short-term outcomes of lung injury associated with e-cigarettes or vaping: a prospective observational cohort study”, The Lancet, Vol 394, December 7, 2019, pages 2073 – 2083. Bozier, Jack, et. al., “How harmless are E-cigarettes? Effects in the pulmonary system”, Current Opinion Pulmonary Medicine, 2020, 26:97-102. Fonesca Fuentes, Xavier, et. al., “VpALI-Vaping-related Acute Lunch Injury: A New Killer Around the Block”, Mayo Clinic Proceedings, December 2019; 94)12): 2534-2545. Gray, Naudia, Halstead, Mary, et. al., “Analysis of Toxic Materials in Liquid From Electronic Cigarettes”. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2019, 16, 4450.
January 11th, 1964. The US Surgeon General announces: smoking is killing us. It’s an announcement that changed the course of American public health – and took years to finally come out. But it was only the beginning of an uphill battle to take down an all-American pastime. This week we ask: why did it take so long for the public to learn this deadly truth? And why has it taken even longer for us to accept it? Special thanks to our guests, Dr. Boris Lushniak, 2014 Acting U.S. Surgeon General, and Dr. Mike Cummings from the Medical University of South Carolina. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hal Bodner is the author of the best selling gay vampire novel, Bite Club and the lupine sequel, The Trouble With Hairy. He tells people he was born in East Philadelphia because so few people know where Cherry Hill, New Jersey is located. The first person he saw ever saw was the doctor who delivered him, C. Everet Coop, the future US Surgeon General. Thus, Hal was ironically destined to become a heavy smoker. He moved to West Hollywood in the 1980s and has rarely left the city limits during the past several decades. Hal is so WeHo-centric that he cannot find his way around Beverly Hills, the next town over. Hal has been an entertainment lawyer, a scheduler for a 976 sex telephone line, a theater reviewer and the personal assistant to a television star. He once owned Heavy Petting, a pet boutique where all the movie stars shopped for their Pomeranians. He also owned an exotic bird shop. This is a copyrighted, trademarked podcast owned solely by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC. Visit Tamara and Alistair at: tamarathorne.com and alistaircross.com
Kat Fulton, MM, MT-BC, is a passionate keynote speaker and advocate for music therapy and self-care. She's been quoted in major media outlets such as the Wall Street Journal, HuffPo, and Epoch Times. She's facilitated drum circles for the US Surgeon General, Americans for the Arts, NAMM, Museum of Making Music, Qualcomm, Intuit, and more. She's a leader in the field and founder of MusicTherapyEd.com, the premier resource for music therapy continuing education. Find out more about Kat and her offers here: https://musictherapyed.com/courses https://musictherapyed.com/interventions You can find Kat personally here: Facebook handle: https://facebook.com/musictherapyed / https://facebook.com/kat.fulton.music Instagram Handle: @musictherapyed / @katfulton LinkedIn Handle: https://www.linkedin.com/in/katfulton/
As a regular listener of our podcast, you know that Naloxone can revive an unconscious overdose victim, and stabilize them until proper medical help arrives. 130 people die in our country every day from an opioid overdose, and many deaths could be prevented if Naloxone were more readily available. While first responders carry the life-saving drug, it’s not always possible for them to make it to overdose victims in time to save them. So, how can we get Naloxone to those who need it most? Many leaders, including the US Surgeon General, believe the answer lies in making Naloxone more readily available in our communities. In today’s podcast, we’ll examine the hurdles that stand in the way of making Naloxone ubiquitous in our communities and what’s being done to remove those hurdles. We’re excited to welcome Dr. Jeffrey Singer to lead our discussion. Dr. Singer is a Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute, the founder of Valley Surgical Clinics, and an expert on US Naloxone policy.
Today on The Stack Your Own Deck Show, Health Expert Larry Bradley and The Total Tutor Neil Haley will discuss The Mental Health Crisis. Despite spending twice as much on healthcare than any other country and taking more prescription drugs than the rest of the world combined, Americans are getting Much Sicker, Much Younger! The US Surgeon General has called the current generation the sickest to have ever lived. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) tells us that the number one delivery system for disease in America is stress! The healthcare deck in America is stacked against us. No matter where you are with your health, battling disease or perfectly healthy, there are some very simple, scientifically proven hacks that you can begin today to Stack Own Deck for Optimal Health, Mentally, Emotionally and Physically!
Yup, it's still in the news. It's been debunked. Alerts have been quietly issued. For some reason, the media is still reporting that #vaping is causing mysterious lung illnesses.Fake Public Health mouthpieces are still refusing to tell the truth. Telling people who are relying on vapor products to stay of the stinkies to "quit vaping".The US Surgeon General had the opportunity to change the dialogue but instead wasted time, effort and money to launch a campaign telling people that kids should not use THC. Thats like saying "water is wet".California, Boulder, Twitter, Australia and more on this week's #sonoflibertyradio. Yeah there might just be a guest too.Tomorrow night at 10pm EST here on Facebook and on Spreaker.
Dr. Chuck and Suzanne Lynn share the results of a recent study by the United Concordia Dental insurance company that shows how patients who take care of their teeth save thousands of dollars in annual medical costs and see a significant reduction in annual hospitalizations versus those who do not. Here is a link to the study. TRANSCRIPT: Dr.Chuck – Hi, I’m Dr. Chuck, welcome to Your Filthy Mouth. The dollars and sense of medical care. Insurance companies want you to stay healthy. Does anybody else? Stay tuned. Narrator – Your smile is beautiful and possibly deadly. Dr. Chuck is here to tell you how your mouth can hold the key to your overall health. Now, about that filthy mouth of yours. Suzanne – Hi, welcome to Your Filthy Mouth. I’m Suzanne Lynn with Dr. Chuck. And, Dr. Chuck, your intro really has my mind going here. First of all, why wouldn’t anybody want you to be healthy? Dr.Chuck – There’s a television commercial on right now from, I think Allstate has it. And there’s a gentleman sitting on a chair in the middle of the road and he says, “The facts are, all auto insurance companies “want you to drive safely, they don’t want accidents.” Well, why is that? The more premiums you pay and the less claims they have to pay, the more money they’re gonna make. Suzanne – Okay. Dr.Chuck – Makes good sense. Is the same thing true with medical insurance companies? Absolutely, medical insurance companies want you to stay healthy. In fact, one of the things we’ll be looking at today, this is from United Concordia Dental, the white paper’s called “The Mouth: The Missing Piece “to Overall Wellness and Lower Medical Costs.” Suzanne – Okay. Dr.Chuck – So do medical insurance wants you to be healthy? Absolutely, again, they’ll make more money. Suzanne – Well, you can’t get money, you can’t get premiums from dead people, right? Dr.Chuck – Well, yeah, and you’re gonna pay a lot less, you’re gonna make a lot less money as an insurance company if you’re paying out a lot of claims. Suzanne – I got you. Dr.Chuck – So the healthier you are, the more money they’re gonna save because you’re staying out of the hospital. Suzanne – Okay, that leads me to the question of who wouldn’t want you to be healthy, then? Dr.Chuck – Well, let’s see, who stands to make money if you stay unhealthy? And I know this is almost cynical on this thing. But when we start looking at it, do hospitals want you to be healthy? I think good hospitals want you to be healthy. I think caring doctors, we have a lot of caring doctors out there, we have caring hospitals, they want you to be healthy. And then we have others might have another motive on that. And when you think about it, our last episode that we talked about, why don’t hospitals have dentists? Because according to this study, there’s an awful lot of illness in the body that is caused from problems in the mouth. And these are problems that we can do something about. My thing is I can’t focus on things that we can’t do anything about. I don’t know how to do anything about pancreatic cancer. It’s horrible. 50,000 people a year die from pancreatic cancer. About 600,000 people a year die from heart attacks. And, according to the researchers, about 50% of those are caused by oral infections, we can do something about oral infections. And there’s something that the patient can do, there’s something the physician can do, and there’s something the dentist can do to really decrease oral infections in our population. Suzanne – So when you mentioned the hospital, unlike insurance, we’re not paying premiums to the hospital, they’re getting paid upon seeing people, fixing people, caring people, you know? Dr.Chuck – Well, that’s how they make money, you know? And they get their money mostly from the insurance companies, some from private pay, but the majority of hospital payments come from insurance companies. If you look at, this is again from United Concordia, the link with coronary artery disease. And by the way, this information is on the website, we’ve got a PDF that you can download, you can look, we got links, so you can look at all of it yourself and go over with a fine tooth comb, see what they have to say. But with coronary artery disease, if you will take care of your dental situation, they show that your medical situation, your annual medical costs, go down a little over $1,000. But your hospital admissions go down 28.6%. Suzanne – Wow, that’s incredible! Dr.Chuck – That’s a lot. Just by having a healthy mouth. Now that’s with coronary artery disease. Suzanne – So we could kind of do, when we call this dollar and sense, it doesn’t have to be S-E-N-S-E, it’s also C. Dr.Chuck – C-E-N-T-S, yes, Big cents. Suzanne – Yeah. Dr.Chuck – So cerebral vascular disease, if you take care of your dental needs, your medical needs go down $5,681 and your hospital admissions go down 21.2% Suzanne – Wow! Dr.Chuck – This was on my research. They’ve got, the nice thing about these hospital, these insurance companies is you’ve got hundreds of thousands of dental insured, you have hundreds of thousands of medical insured. You can compare the two and you can see if these take care of their dental needs, what happens to their medical needs? And that’s what this paper has to show. Suzanne – And right now, so far the stats you’ve shared is one out of four can not be going to the hospital. Dr.Chuck – Not be going to the hospital, that’s right. Diabetes, we have a diabetic challenge in our country right now and it’s only getting worse. If we look at diabetes, if you take care of your dental situation, your annual medical expenses go down about $2,800. But the hospital admissions go down 39.4%. That’s huge. Suzanne – Yeah, I mean, they truly they have no reason to skew these numbers. I mean, this truly is. They are comparing the medical front with the insurance. Dr.Chuck – They want you to be healthy. Again, realize the insurance company wants you to be healthy. And also on, if I can turn the page here, the outpatient drug costs for diabetic patients goes down to about $1,477. Again, so your outpatient costs decreased by taking care of your oral situation. Pregnant women, oh my gosh, your annual medical costs with a healthy mouth go down $2,433 on average. Suzanne – Wow! Dr.Chuck – So we looked– That’s a lot of diapers. and a lot of baby care that you can buy with that. Suzanne – It’s an awful lot. Dr.Chuck – It is. Suzanne – So again, the insurance company has the motivation to keep you well, to keep you healthy. Just like the auto insurance, they have motivation for you not to be in an accident, they want you not to be in an accident, medical insurance companies want you not to get sick. I don’t understand why more physicians aren’t pushing oral health with their patients. Now, there are some excellent physicians that really do this but they’re hard to find. Dr.Chuck – Right, right, right. And that’s the whole purpose we’re doing this is to try to connect the dots between oral care and the rest of your body. I’m having a hard time going back to the fact because in hospitals, there are doctors don’t they take an oath to? Dr.Chuck – Part of the Hippocratic Oath actually says if they come across something that they don’t know how to treat, they will seek the advice of someone who does know how to treat it. Well, if you’re not even looking for it, how do you know what’s going on? So this is why so many dental infections have absolute, I had a new patient this week. Nice guy, we did an oral exam on him, four abscesses four dental abscess going on inside of his jaw. Not one bit of pain from any of ’em, we’re showing them on the X-ray, you can see exactly what’s going, he has no idea these are going on. Now had we not done the examination, he would not know that they’re going on. But remember, and it’s not rocket science, every infection in your body, I don’t care if it’s in your hand, foot or your mouth, every infection produces pus. And that pus is being dumped right into your bloodstream, goes through, makes its way to the heart, to the lungs, back to the heart, and is pumped everywhere in your whole body. Is that healthy? I mean, again, you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to realize that’s not okay. Suzanne – Right, a simple dentist in a hospital, is what you’re saying? Dr.Chuck – Yeah, it’s– Dr.Chuck – I mean, an oral department would be ideal. But could we just please get a dentist in there until? Dr.Chuck – Well, at least diagnose that there’s an oral issue there, it could be gum disease, it could be dental infections, it could be an airway issue, it could be the bite, there are different things that can cause different problems within the the body. The hospital doesn’t have to be the one to fix it. But it would be nice if they would at least inform the patient, “Hey, you’ve got periodontal disease. “There’s a real good chance that that has “something to do with your cardiovascular disease. “Why don’t you go back to your dentist “and get that taken care of?” And that’s just not being done yet. Yet, they say that it takes 20 years, we’ve mentioned this before, 20 years before something that’s actually proven to be true with medical research, before it’s implemented into everyday care. Well, it was 19 years ago that the US Surgeon General wrote a large report on oral health in America that basically says you cannot have a healthy body with an unhealthy mouth, you need a healthy mouth. I’m looking forward to 2020 ’cause that’ll be 20 years. So we just got a few more months until this is gonna be widespread, maybe. Suzanne – Well, one of the ways that’s gonna help is people who are watching Your Filthy Mouth, sharing that with your dentist, having them speak up and not be afraid. Dr.Chuck – Yeah, this is not about us. This is this is about you. This is about your family. When one person has a stroke, it doesn’t affect just that one person, it affects their entire family. Suzanne – Amen. Dr.Chuck – When one person has a heart attack, it doesn’t affect just that one person, it affects their entire family. So we when we look at the 300,000 people that have deaths that could have been caused from oral infections, how many million people have that really affected in a negative way? Suzanne – Right, right. All right, well, we’re gonna come back with a question of the week and Joe’s got a good one. Hang on. Narrator – Here’s Dr. Chuck’s Question of the week. Joe – This is Joe. I wanna know if there’s a problem with using mouthwash several times a day? Suzanne – That is a good question. First of all, Joe, we’re gonna be sending you one of the Your Filthy Mouth mugs. I have to say that slow because it comes out your filthy mug mouth, if I say it too fast, but thank you for your question. Yeah, if you send your question in and we use it, you will get one also. But the question, just asked me about multiple times using mouthwash tells me that he’s maybe trying to cover something up, maybe he has bad breath. But is there a harm in that? Dr.Chuck – A lot of times that’s what’s going on. Most bad breath is caused from periodontal disease, gum disease, and so if you can clean up the gum disease, the bad breath goes away. But a lot of people have the idea that if we use the right mouthwash or mouth rinse, I’m not gonna have any more cavities and my gums are gonna be better. And that’s just really not true. You’ve got to get in there and you’ve got to clean your teeth, you’ve got to just spend that five to seven minutes, at least one time a day doing a proper job getting the bacteria off of your teeth, the mouth rinse isn’t gonna take care of that. Now, they’ve shown that about 26% of the bacteria in your mouth are on your teeth and the rest of the bacteria on your tongue and your gums, all around there. So, you know, yes, do mouth rinses help? Yeah, but you can’t rely on them to kill all of the bad bacteria. You have to still get in there and remove the bacteria off your teeth. Suzanne – Despite what the TV ads show, that that’s the magic cure. Dr.Chuck – Well, I don’t think there’s a magic bullet when it comes to oral health care. Yeah, other than doing the right things, eating less sugar, boy, that’s a big thing, and less carbohydrates. I mean, the bacteria can utilize the sugar, turn it into acid, utilize the carbohydrates, turn it into acid, and this acid gets into the teeth, it demineralizes the tooth, causes cavities, affects the gums. So, yeah, our diet, four things we need to be healthy. Number one is what we eat. Suzanne – Okay. Dr.Chuck – Okay, that does play a role. Number two, little bit of exercise. Doesn’t mean you have to pump iron, but you gotta get that body moving. Number three, a healthy mouth. That doesn’t mean a Hollywood smile. You don’t need a Hollywood smile to have a healthy mouth. But you need a healthy mouth and have a healthy heart. Okay, and the last thing is your attitude. Attitude does play a big role in our overall health. So those are four things. And by the way, all four are affordable. Suzanne – And we have control over ’em. Dr.Chuck – Absolutely. Suzanne – All right, Joe, good question. All right, well, let’s go back to talking about the topic today, is about dollars and sense of good oral health care. And before we started filming you shared a sample of, ’cause I can’t understand the idea of people not wanting to do the very best for someone that’s possible. You know, we’re talking about maybe in the hospitals if they can’t cure it or they can’t fix it, they don’t want to diagnose it or something like that. Dr.Chuck – Well, there a lot of examples in history where someone has come up with a real good idea and that idea has been squashed simply because finances, money. If you think back, there was an automobile, I think was called the Tucker, back in the ’50s, that it had a lot of advances. It had headlights that turned when you turned the wheel. It had– Suzanne – Genius! Dr.Chuck – But yeah, special. Well, that that automobile was eaten up by the big three, by Ford, GM, and Chrysler. And so we look at some other things, if you wanna look at when you get in, you know, a little bit out on a limb here, we’ll talk about Tesla. And he had all kinds of information on how we could have electricity for everybody for free. And soon after his death, all of his papers disappeared. And so you know, there’s a lot of things, you know, what’s the real motivation? So it doesn’t matter what someone else’s motivation is as long as your motivation is proper. And if you can be motivated to take care of your mouth and keep it good and healthy, oh, my gosh, the problems that you can avoid. There are other issues. The mouth isn’t the only thing, you know, and I’m not the expert. We are the messenger. And that’s the message we’re trying to get across to you. Suzanne – So the overall message of today’s show is there is a huge facts, like you said, we can show this on yourfilthymouth.com, to download this white paper, correlation between taking care of your mouth and saving a lot of money. Not just a little bit. Dr.Chuck – A lot, yeah. The insurance company wants you to be healthy. They really do. Suzanne – That’s good to know. Dr.Chuck – Yeah, they may have an ulterior motive other than your health, they make more money, and that’s okay. But at least they want you to be healthy. And we have to make sure what is the motivation of all of our health care providers? Do they wanna treat the symptoms? Do they want to get to the source? And that’s the question between every health care provider and their patients. Suzanne – Awesome, Dr. Chuck, thank you so much, great show today, thank you. Dr.Chuck – Oh, thank you. Narrator – This has been Your Filthy Mouth, a weekly podcast about how what happens in your mouth affects the rest of your body. This is important information, so please share it with your friends. Don’t forget to hit the subscribe button on YouTube, iTunes, and all the other podcast sites. And drop by yourfilthymouth.com to ask Dr. Chuck a question or find dozens of links to information about oral systemic health. We’ll talk to you next week.
3 Books is a completely insane and totally epic 15-year-long quest to uncover the 1000 most formative books in the world. Each chapter is hosted live and in-person at the guest's preferred location by Neil Pasricha, New York Times bestselling author of The Book of Awesome and The Happiness Equation. Each chapter of 3 Books uncovers and discusses the three most formative books from one of the world's most inspiring people. Sample guests include: Judy Blume, David Sedaris, Chris Anderson of TED, and the world's greatest Uber driver. Each of the 333 chapters is dropped on the exact minute of every new moon and full moon until September 1, 2031. 3 Books is an Apple "Best Of" award-winning show as well as the world's only podcast by and for book lovers, writers, makers, sellers... and librarians. For more info check out: www.3books.co Michael Harris is the bestselling author of The End of Absence: Reclaiming What We’ve Lost in a World of Constant Connection, which won the 2014 Governor General's Award for English-language non-fiction, and his latest book, Solitude: In Pursuit of a Singular Life in a Crowded World. Harris is a former staff editor for Vancouver Magazine and Western Living, and his writing has also appeared in Wired, Huffington Post, The Globe and Mail, The National Post, and The Walrus. He has been nominated for both the Western Magazine Awards and the National Magazine Awards for his writing. Michael lives with his husband in Vancouver, Canada. Chapter Description: Loneliness rates have doubled since the 1980s and Vivek Murthy, former US Surgeon General, says loneliness will be the next major epidemic. So if loneliness is being alone and sad … then what’s being alone and happy? Solitude. Last year, I picked up an incredible book called Solitude by Michael Harris, bestselling author and winner of the Governor General's Award for his writing. It completely blew me away. Why? Because in our era of endless machine-gun blasts at our brains, I feel strongly that the ability to be alone, and to be alone well, is a muscle that is quickly atrophying. Michael shares why we need to develop the strength and capacity to live and be by ourselves and how exactly we go about cultivating a rich interior life. I think after this conversation you’ll agree the benefits are enormous and this true “strength of mind” is a crucial aspect of living an intentional life. For Chapter 29 of 3 Books, I flew to Michael’s home in Vancouver, BC. We discuss: How do we cultivate the area between wakefulness and sleep? What does a healthy media diet look like? Why shouldn’t you talk about anything serious over texts? And how do parents and children navigate the conversation about coming out of the closet? Welcome to Chapter 29 with Michael Harris. WHAT YOU'LL LEARN: What’s the difference between solitude and loneliness? How do you find love and intimacy in a world of pornography? How can we help children become more self-sufficient? Why can’t you improve your connection with other people until you improve your connection with yourself? How can you prime your brain for creativity? How can we learn to live more intentionally? What is the gateway to help people get into different genres of books? Why is it important to invite ‘weirdness’ into our cultural consumption? Why should you never trust Netflix’s recommendations? How can we avoid miscommunication with people online? Should any books be banned from children, and should we censor content from kids? Leave us a voicemail! Your message may be included in a future episode: 1-833-READ-A-LOT. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://www.3books.co/chapters/29 Sign up to receive podcast updates here: https://www.3books.co/email-list
DANGER. Lots to fear in this world. Or at least that's what a preachy gynecologist told Alison when she was 16. But in this week’s episode of Childish, both she and Greg muse on how to not be TOO protective of your kids, discussing some of the current dangers of raising kids (like the US Surgeon General warning of the risks of youth e-cigarette use and giving your kids too much added sugar). Plus! Greg helps his son plan a graduation trip to Europe, Alison tells her husband, Daniel to get a manicure, and they give advice to a dad whose teenage son is having a tough time with anxiety. “Shout Out” Products Mentioned - Reckless: My Life as a Pretender, by Chrissie Hynde PlaySkool Play Favorite Busy Poppin’ Pals Follow Childish: Twitter / Instagram Follow Greg: Twitter / Instagram Follow Alison: Twitter / Instagram
Phil Polakoff, M.D., M.P.H., M.Env.Sc. is the Founder and CEO of A Healthier We. He is a consulting professor at Stanford University School of Medicine and an affiliated scholar at Stanford University Bill Lane Center for the American West. He has been in the healthcare industry for forty-five years and has a wide range of experience in clinical services, product innovation, network development, care management, organizational and business enhancement, policy formulation, communications and financing. “Our current system with health and healthcare delivery is fragmented. We’re inefficient, ineffective, and it’s costly. “ In his first years of practice he was short listed as US Surgeon General. He has experience working with various industries as well which includes being a Senior Managing Director for publicly traded consulting firms, advisor to numerous payers, providers, investors, employers, labor organizations and public entities. He was the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Total Health Advocacy Partners (Thap!). Dr. Polakoff holds degrees in Medicine/Healthcare Policy Study from Oxford University, an M.P.H in Epidemiology from UC Berkeley, a Medical Degree from Wayne State University, an M.S. in Environmental Sciences from The State University of New Jersey, and a Bachelor’s Degree from Cornell University. He has published five books, over two hundred articles, and has written a weekly nationally syndicated health column. “Leadership is both a skill set as well as a personality set to motivate yourself and others to accomplish a purpose that has both a return on investment as well as hopefully, socially meaningful results.” A humble and effective leader, Dr. Polakoff has produced numerous health-related media productions including videos being aired as “Phil Polakoff MD - Thrive Global.” Dr. Polakoff has faculty appointments at Stanford University, UC Berkeley, and UC Irvine. Click here to learn more about the Healthier Rural West summit.
Ep 69 (nice): The Foos have on Steph and The Foo and open up discussing another edition of The Woes of Online Dating featuring The Foo. During Nerd News, Josh discusses Shazam's possible villains which might be hinted in the upcoming trailer in March 2019. The new adventures of Rick Grimes. Stranger Things 3 News. Christian Bale's acceptance speech at the Golden Globes. During The Joint Report, Joe C talks about the recent advocacy for the legalization of medical cannabis by the US Surgeon General.Music Highlights: How You Like Me Now by The Heavy, Say Goodnight by Voodoo Glow Skulls, and Back Pocket by Vulfpeck.Click through the Amazon and Eargasm banners at the bottom of our homepage at foobarshow.com to help support the show!
Professor Sarah Milov explains the political and medical environments in which the 1964 US Surgeon General’s Report on dangers of smoking appeared in 1964. In addition to the medical and scientific concerns in producing the report, there were significant non-medical concerns and obstacles to overcome. One of the most significant of these was the political ways in which the Report was treated, both inside and outside the government. Listen and learn!
In this episode, I interview Don Hebert, Director of Recovery Services at the Center for Addiction Recovery Education and Success (CARES). Don shares some shocking statistics about addiction's impact on business, citing a the fact that the US Surgeon General reports that substance abuse costs the US Economy over $400 billion a year. Don shares statistics that nearly 1 in 10 people in the work force are dependent on drugs and/or alcohol. The expense to companies associated in dealing with these employees in the form of treatment costs, lack of productivity and employees not showing up for work is astronomical. With a massive shortage of warehouse employees, manufacturer workers and truck drivers, company execs and managers cannot afford not to deal with this problem. Don shares the huge benefits to companies that are taking this epidemic head on and points to practical things executives can put in place that can help employees recover and become healthy, hard working, loyal individuals that can change the entire culture of the organization.
Special guest Dr. Phil Polakoff who is the Founder and CEO of A Healthier WE. He is a consulting professor at Stanford University School of Medicine and affiliated scholar at Stanford University Bill Lane Center for the American West. His career in health care spans forty-five years and includes clinical services, product innovation, network development, care management, organizational and business enhancement, policy formulation, and financing. And something I know his very proud of, is that he was on the short list for US Surgeon General. Dr. Polakoff shares his experiences and how having the right mindset can be a key factor in our personal and professional life.
It’s Monday, September 24th. The APTA’s Student Assembly’s Flash Action Strategy is coming up, and Rehab Therapists Give Back for Hurricane Florence. The US Surgeon General releases a digital postcard on opioids, and California bans short term health insurance. Physical therapists Ken Miller and Jamie Lowy join us to talk about the latest resource available from the Home Health section on pain management. Talus Media News is a subsidiary of Talus Media: The PT News Project. You can find all interviews mentioned in this newscast on our sister channel, Talus Media Talks. Check us out on Twitter & Facebook @TalusMedia, and head to our website at talusmedia.org for more information.
Hal Bodner is the author of the best selling gay vampire novel, Bite Club and the lupine sequel, The Trouble With Hairy. He tells people he was born in East Philadelphia because so few people know where Cherry Hill, New Jersey is located. The first person he saw ever saw was the doctor who delivered him, C. Everet Coop, the future US Surgeon General. Thus, Hal was ironically destined to become a heavy smoker. He moved to West Hollywood in the 1980s and has rarely left the city limits during the past several decades. Hal is so WeHo-centric that he cannot find his way around Beverly Hills, the next town over. Hal has been an entertainment lawyer, a scheduler for a 976 sex telephone line, a theater reviewer and the personal assistant to a television star. He once owned Heavy Petting, a pet boutique where all the movie stars shopped for their Pomeranians. He also owned an exotic bird shop. Hal has also written a few erotic paranormal romances -- which he refers to as “supernatural smut” -- most notably In Flesh and Stone and For Love of the Dead. His comic gay super hero trilogy will debut in 2015 with Fabulous in Tights to be followed soon thereafter by A Study in Spandex. He has recently agreed to write a series of mystery novellas featuring a gay detective and his sidekick, the madam of a bordello. Hal recently married a man roughly half his age who had no idea that Liza Minnelli and Judy Garland were related. He believes that the use of hair dye is rarely an adequate substitute for . This is a copyrighted, trademarked podcast owned solely by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC. Visit Tamara and Alistair at: tamarathorne.com and alistaircross.com
As the nation’s top doctor, US Surgeon General Jerome Adams has pledged to lead with science and collaborate with local entities to tackle national health crises. In this episode, he speaks with NPR’s Alison Kodjak about children being separated from their parents at the southern US border, the opioid crisis, gun violence, and mental health. Adams is the 20th person to serve as Surgeon General. In the position, he promotes wellness strategies, warns the public against emerging health hazards, and is a leader of the 6,500-person Public Health Service Commissioned Corps. Show Notes Follow us on Twitter at @aspenideas and Facebook. Email your comments to email@example.com. The views and opinions of the speakers in the podcast do not necessarily reflect those of the Aspen Institute.
In Episode 8, Shaun and Elatia address the loneliness epidemic in the workplace. Stemming from a trending topic on LinkedIn (search #LonelyAtWork) and a Harvard Business Review article written by a former US Surgeon General, we discuss some of the contributing factors to loneliness and how, despite all our technological advances, people feel lonelier than ever at work. We also provide a handful of changes that individuals and leaders should be focused on making in order to address these issues on the ground level.
It’s been called the most perilous drug crisis ever and it was generated in the healthcare system. The epicenter of the opioid crisis is the United States, where overdose deaths have quadrupled since 1999. President Trump has pledged to step up law enforcement and prevention. In this episode, a panel of experts discuss what’s being done, what needs to be done, and what we know works and doesn’t. Featuring Nora Volkow, director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse at the National Institutes of Health, Vivek Murthy, former US Surgeon General, Perri Peltz, director of the HBO documentary Warning: This Drug May Kill You, Yasmin Hurd, director of the Addictive Institute at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai, and Jackie Judd, special correspondent for the “PBS NewsHour.”
Jeff Stier, Senior Fellow at the National Center for Public Policy Research, joins the team to discuss the US Surgeon General’s latest report on e-cigarettes. News Updates: Alaska pharmacies begin offering lifesaving overdose drug without doctor’s prescription Heroin deaths surpass gun homicides for the first time, CDC data shows Ohio Senate OKs bill targeting fentanyl-laced street […] The post E-Cigarette Policy [#74] appeared first on This Week in Drugs.
Ok, Pharmacy Podcast listeners, I'm starting to feel a bit…guilty. In writing an original post, then creating a 5-part mini series about the 5 Roads out of Retail Pharmacy over at Pharmacy Podcast, I'm worried that I may appear to be discounting or even trashing retail pharmacy. I'm not. Really! I learned a LOT of valuable lessons about managing people and caring for patients through my various retail pharmacy practice experiences. I also learned a lot of soft skills through those experiences as well – like patience, fortitude, endurance, creativity and problem-solving – that I never would have learned inside a classroom. 5 Roads Into Loving your Retail Pharmacy Career: 1. Own it – why not own your own store? It's becoming a reality for many pharmacists these days. Shout out to one of the wholesalers in particular who helps pharmacy owners take their businesses and their professions to the next level. Many pharmacists long to be their own bosses. In fact, back in the day, EVERY pharmacist was a business owner, because there were no pharmacy chains. So, if you're going to be in it to win it, why not own it? I've never owned a pharmacy, but I acted like an owner when I was the pharmacist in charge of my first pharmacy – so “ownership” doesn't need to be literal–it can be a mindset here too! 2. Get out of the fishbowl – Just like Hazel Walker described this week on the Pharmacy Podcast, you need to build a network inside the profession of pharmacy and OUTSIDE. That INCLUDES networking in your local community, with the patients you serve. My first couple of pharmacy experiences had me surrounded by glass around the pharmacy – so we used to joke that sometimes, we needed to “get out of the fishbowl.” Examples of this: could you get out into the community and discover nursing homes that need adherence packaging for their patients that you could help with? Is there an acute facility in a rural setting that could use your pharmacy's help? Do you have a hospice program in your community you could partner with? If you're the new kid on the block, why not get out and say hi to the doctors in your local community? Get out of the fishbowl and investigate! 3. Niche it – I have a friend in retail (large chain) who created a really interesting niche for herself in community practice pharmacy, which led her to meeting the US Surgeon General! There are pharmacies (yes, even in chains) that specialize different areas of pharmacy practice. So, even if you work in a huge chain, ask yourself the following: what are my passions within this profession? Also, ask your CUSTOMERS what their needs are as well. Do you have an older population, a younger/new family population, or something else? Find and fill their needs, and in doing so, you may just have created yourself an amazing career corner in practice! Even better – once you become the “go to” guy or gal, can you help train others about it in your company? Who does compounding in your neck of the woods? If everyone is a hot potato with it, why not own it and run with it? What about wellness? What about preventative care? 4. Step up – Volunteer. Do extra work. Show upper management that you want to train/teach/beta test/write/speak/ manage/help/recruit others and grow within your company or chain. Be the liaison between your pharmacy school alma mater and your chain. Take students on rotation and precept. The more you do and do well, the more you'll get noticed, which is critical if you want to move up in the company you're working within. 5. Play nice with others – This is a combo of all the 4 previous steps, but ask yourself how you and your pharmacy business can play nicely with others. Is there a visiting nurse service you could partner with in the community? Is there a way you could organize a community task force for disaster relief if, God forbid, something happens to your community? What about a tox away day? Can you set up a phone tree with other pharmacists to prevent theft and diversion in pharmacy? What can you do with strong non profits in your area that would help the community? Can you bring the community IN to your pharmacy to hang out and be a spot of joy and hope for your neighborhood, instead of another icky task they have to check off of their list? Ask yourself one more time what your strengths are, and how you can add them to your world around you to create a better retail pharmacy world. Maybe that's through a broader, interprofessional pathway that could lead you to feeling FANTASTIC about your career of pharmacy. After all, you picked a great profession! The sky is the limit….! Let's see what you all think about this post. If it gains enough traction, I'll do another Pharmacy Podcast miniseries on it, because I know people who fit all 5 of these suggestions above. Leave your thoughts below and we'll see if we need to create another mini series on this...until then, keep on rocking retail! p.s. This is GAME ON! Watch for this over at the pharmacy podcast this fall, beginning in October, 2016. Episode 1 - Introduction to the mini series Episode 2 - Dr. Amy Lenell Episode 3 - Dr. Kathy Campbell Episode 4 - Dr. Chad Lesczynski Episode 5 - Mr. Ron Snow Other items I mention in this show: -List of Pharmacy Meetings: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1cwxZoZdlLWl-MRNmAYYxFI8mRH-8AAlHWf8Xkr5FnOA/edit?usp=sharing -List of Pharmacist Certifications: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1KysSGcQQEcC9RHzQ5-IyBT-Z5Qk4dg2v9g4fGXUHUC4/edit?usp=sharing -Healthcare Businesswomen's Association - http://www.hbanet.org/ -American College of Sports Medicine - http://www.acsm.org/ -Indiana Rural Health Association - http://www.indianaruralhealth.org/ -Erin's site: http://www.erinalbert.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ok, Pharmacy Podcast listeners, I’m starting to feel a bit…guilty. In writing an original post, then creating a 5-part mini series about the 5 Roads out of Retail Pharmacy over at Pharmacy Podcast, I’m worried that I may appear to be discounting or even trashing retail pharmacy. I’m not. Really! I learned a LOT of valuable lessons about managing people and caring for patients through my various retail pharmacy practice experiences. I also learned a lot of soft skills through those experiences as well – like patience, fortitude, endurance, creativity and problem-solving – that I never would have learned inside a classroom. 5 Roads Into Loving your Retail Pharmacy Career: 1. Own it – why not own your own store? It’s becoming a reality for many pharmacists these days. Shout out to one of the wholesalers in particular who helps pharmacy owners take their businesses and their professions to the next level. Many pharmacists long to be their own bosses. In fact, back in the day, EVERY pharmacist was a business owner, because there were no pharmacy chains. So, if you’re going to be in it to win it, why not own it? I’ve never owned a pharmacy, but I acted like an owner when I was the pharmacist in charge of my first pharmacy – so “ownership” doesn’t need to be literal–it can be a mindset here too! 2. Get out of the fishbowl – Just like Hazel Walker described this week on the Pharmacy Podcast, you need to build a network inside the profession of pharmacy and OUTSIDE. That INCLUDES networking in your local community, with the patients you serve. My first couple of pharmacy experiences had me surrounded by glass around the pharmacy – so we used to joke that sometimes, we needed to “get out of the fishbowl.” Examples of this: could you get out into the community and discover nursing homes that need adherence packaging for their patients that you could help with? Is there an acute facility in a rural setting that could use your pharmacy’s help? Do you have a hospice program in your community you could partner with? If you’re the new kid on the block, why not get out and say hi to the doctors in your local community? Get out of the fishbowl and investigate! 3. Niche it – I have a friend in retail (large chain) who created a really interesting niche for herself in community practice pharmacy, which led her to meeting the US Surgeon General! There are pharmacies (yes, even in chains) that specialize different areas of pharmacy practice. So, even if you work in a huge chain, ask yourself the following: what are my passions within this profession? Also, ask your CUSTOMERS what their needs are as well. Do you have an older population, a younger/new family population, or something else? Find and fill their needs, and in doing so, you may just have created yourself an amazing career corner in practice! Even better – once you become the “go to” guy or gal, can you help train others about it in your company? Who does compounding in your neck of the woods? If everyone is a hot potato with it, why not own it and run with it? What about wellness? What about preventative care? 4. Step up – Volunteer. Do extra work. Show upper management that you want to train/teach/beta test/write/speak/ manage/help/recruit others and grow within your company or chain. Be the liaison between your pharmacy school alma mater and your chain. Take students on rotation and precept. The more you do and do well, the more you’ll get noticed, which is critical if you want to move up in the company you’re working within. 5. Play nice with others – This is a combo of all the 4 previous steps, but ask yourself how you and your pharmacy business can play nicely with others. Is there a visiting nurse service you could partner with in the community? Is there a way you could organize a community task force for disaster relief if, God forbid, something happens to your community? What about a tox away day? Can you set up a phone tree with other pharmacists to prevent theft and diversion in pharmacy? What can you do with strong non profits in your area that would help the community? Can you bring the community IN to your pharmacy to hang out and be a spot of joy and hope for your neighborhood, instead of another icky task they have to check off of their list? Ask yourself one more time what your strengths are, and how you can add them to your world around you to create a better retail pharmacy world. Maybe that’s through a broader, interprofessional pathway that could lead you to feeling FANTASTIC about your career of pharmacy. After all, you picked a great profession! The sky is the limit….! Let's see what you all think about this post. If it gains enough traction, I'll do another Pharmacy Podcast miniseries on it, because I know people who fit all 5 of these suggestions above. Leave your thoughts below and we'll see if we need to create another mini series on this...until then, keep on rocking retail! p.s. This is GAME ON! Watch for this over at the pharmacy podcast this fall, beginning in October, 2016. Episode 1 - Introduction to the mini series Episode 2 - Dr. Amy Lenell Episode 3 - Dr. Kathy Campbell Episode 4 - Dr. Chad Lesczynski Episode 5 - Mr. Ron Snow Other items I mention in this show: -List of Pharmacy Meetings: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1cwxZoZdlLWl-MRNmAYYxFI8mRH-8AAlHWf8Xkr5FnOA/edit?usp=sharing -List of Pharmacist Certifications: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1KysSGcQQEcC9RHzQ5-IyBT-Z5Qk4dg2v9g4fGXUHUC4/edit?usp=sharing -Healthcare Businesswomen's Association - http://www.hbanet.org/ -American College of Sports Medicine - http://www.acsm.org/ -Indiana Rural Health Association - http://www.indianaruralhealth.org/ -Erin's site: http://www.erinalbert.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In today's podcast we discuss the consensus that Guccifer 2.0 didn't actually hack the Clinton Foundation. We hear how information operations might work during an election. The arrested NSA contractor's alleged motives remain unclear. The Mirai botnet got its exploitable vulnerabilities by downstream propagation of default credentials. The US Surgeon General discloses a breach. Dr. Charles Clancy from Virginia Tech's Hume Center considers policy statements from US presidential candidates. Joyce Brocaglia tells us about the Executive Women's Forum. And if you have a hard time listening to us, you may be suffering from "security fatigue." Don't believe us—take it from NIST.
Welcome! I’m honored to introduce you to my guest today, Dr. Regina Benjamin, who is the former U.S. Surgeon General under President Obama. There has been some confusion about the position of US Surgeon General, so can you describe the position and tell us what it entails? “Most people associate the US Surgeon General with the warnings on tobacco products about the dangers. That’s not all we do, though. We are responsible to communicate the best health science that we have. The Surgeon General is also the leader of US Public Health Services. We are considered part of the military. I like to say we carry needles, and not guns.” Are you appointed or elected to the position? “The US Surgeon General is nominated by the president, and then confirmed by the Senate. The Senate also assigns the position for a 1-4 year term. I was fortunate to be confirmed unanimously without a hearing.” Can you explain the focus of your mission today? “Part of the division of Science and Communication is to get the word out about health information and raise awareness. I’m partnering with Pfizer to get the word out about pneumococcal pneumonia, especially to older Americans, who are at a greater risk.” Most people probably don’t understand that vaccinations are free under Medicare. Can you explain? “Vaccinations are included in preventive services, and so they are free and without a co-payment, even for those with private insurance. These vaccines are available at doctors’ offices, clinics, health centers, and drugstores. The goal is to make them easy and accessible.” Is there a season in which pneumococcal pneumonia is more prevalent than others? “Not really—this disease is not weather-related. It is more related to the immune system of the patient. For some reason, African-Americans seem to be at a higher risk.” Can an older person get more than one vaccination at a time, like a flu shot AND the pneumococcal pneumonia shot? “It varies according to the person, so it’s important to talk to your doctor. In general, the vaccinations probably can be given together if there aren’t other special conditions.” What are the signs and symptoms of pneumococcal pneumonia? “Anybody can get this disease, even a very healthy person. Those over age 65 are at a greater risk. The symptoms include a sudden onset of high fever, shortness of breath, coughing, and chest pain. The average hospital stay is about five days and it can even cause death. Prevention is the key!” For pneumococcal pneumonia, is there a live strain of the bacteria in the vaccination, or is it a synthetic form? “Most vaccinations today have an ‘attenuated’ form, which means they are live but not active. The goal is for your immune system to ‘think’ you have had the disease when you haven’t, so the antibodies are produced. There are different types and different brands of the vaccine. Your doctor can help decide which form of the vaccine is best for you.” What are the best ways to keep from getting this disease? “Handwashing is the best preventive. You should also exercise, eat well, and live a healthy lifestyle. Pneumococcal pneumonia is spread by coughing and sneezing, or by touching surfaces where someone has coughed or sneezed. We can’t avoid people completely, so that is why the vaccine is so important.” Dr. Benjamin, what was the most wonderful thing about your job as US Surgeon General? “My favorite thing was getting to meet people in their communities and talk about the prevention of disease and the promotion of good health.” Resources: www.knowpneumonia.com Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed this podcast, please subscribe and leave a 5 star rating and review in iTunes! (Click here) Find out more information about Medicare on Diane Daniel’s website! www.CallSamm.com
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Highlights of the literature in February include ongoing dissection of the prospects for the ICD-11 in the ANZJP, with multiple commentaries suggesting the forthcoming edition appears unlikely to improve upon existing nosologies. The ANZJP also includes a proposal for systemic improvements required to humanely manage the growing incidence of behavioural sequelae of dementia in aged care facilities. JAMA celebrates the 50th anniversary of the US Surgeon General report linking smoking to lung cancer, which initiated largely successful public health initiatives to reduce smoking prevalence, alongside data suggesting these initiatives have been far less successful in patients with severe mental illness.
John McCoy, has many professional lives. He is an Instructor of Business Law and Ethics and Director of Internships at the Sawyer Business School. He is also a lawyer with a private law practice in Hingham and he is creator and co-developer of the children’s television show Doggity’s, which airs as part of Noodle and Doodle on PBS Sprout. Doggity teaches nutrition to children and has been endorsed and supported by Dr. Richard Carmona, the US Surgeon General. In the development of his show, John collaborated with a Hollywood-based animation studio responsible for such iconic series as the Rugrats and The Simpsons. As a lawyer, John specializes in business organizations, transactions, civil litigation, consumer protection, residential/commercial real estate. John holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Miami in Miami, Florida, and a Master of Public Administration and a Juris Doctor from Suffolk University. He has co-authored and published refereed articles on such topics as futures contracts based on a housing price index and medical informed consent.