Today's guest fits into one of Raise the Line's favorite categories of people: physician entrepreneur. We've talked before on the podcast about the overlapping qualities of drive, curiosity, and desire for impact that both share, and that last trait is the core interest of Dr. Navin Goyal. A great example is OFFOR Health, a mobile healthcare company he co-founded that expedites care for children in the US who face long waits for procedures. “If you're a four-year-old with dental disease and you're on Medicaid, you have an average nine-to-twelve month wait to get into an operating room. We can enable that procedure within one month,” says Goyal. His experience with OFFOR led to the formation of LOUD Capital, which allows Goyal and his partners to seek out other business opportunities that have a social impact. Since launching in 2015, LOUD has partnered with over seventy portfolio companies in healthcare and beyond. But despite his success, Goyal has embraced the concept of being an underdog, hence the title of the book about his journey, Physician Underdog, and his weekly newsletter Underdog for Good. Check out this episode with host Shiv Gaglani to find out why he likes the term, what qualities a potential investment needs to have to get him excited and what he sees as a key upside to having physicians working in a variety of industries. Mentioned in this episode:https://www.loud.vc/Underdog for Good NewsletterPhysician Underdog BookBeyond Physician
One silver lining of the COVID-19 pandemic is a jump in enrollments in public health degree programs and that's welcome news to Dr. Jan Carney, director of the Master of Public Health program at the University of Vermont's Larner College of Medicine, who believes the field needs a massive injection of personnel. “We need probably an 80% increase in people working in state and local health departments to have the essentials of public health.” As Vermont's former Commissioner of Health, Carney knows the challenges public health officials face and brings those insights to Larner's online-only MPH program, which covers the broad domains of the field from epidemiology to biostatistics to environmental health and also exposes students to the particular health challenges in rural communities. The program also prepares students for perhaps the biggest challenge facing the field: communication of health information in an era of misinformation. To that end, Carney is urging more ascertainment of how different groups of people prefer to receive information and is suggesting a major change in approach. “Maybe we can start to think of public health communication more as a conversation than a one-way information flow.” Join host Michael Carrese for insights from a national force in public health into how education is evolving to prepare public health practitioners for their vital work in challenging times for the profession.Mentioned in this episode: https://www.uvm.edu/publichealth/
In today's episode of Empire, Olaf Carlson, the founder of Polychain and first Coinbase employee, shares why he believes crypto is going to be the greatest wealth redistribution of the modern era. The conversation covers the impact of the leverage cycle, the viability of restaking, and the importance of privacy. They also touch on the L2 and Appchain thesis, embedding financial markets into social platforms, and the potential of wearables. Olaf breaks down why crypto is a one-way street and why it will outlive fiat currency. We hope you enjoy! - - Follow Olaf: https://twitter.com/zxocw Follow Jason: https://twitter.com/JasonYanowitz Follow Santiago: https://twitter.com/santiagoroel Follow Empire: https://twitter.com/theempirepod Subscribe on YouTube: https://tinyurl.com/4fdhhb2j Subscribe on Apple: https://tinyurl.com/mv4frfv7 Subscribe on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/wbaypprw Get top market insights and the latest in crypto news. Subscribe to Blockworks Daily Newsletter: https://blockworks.co/newsletter/ - - Planning to grant token awards for your team? Toku makes implementing global token compensation and incentive awards simple. With Toku, you get unmatched legal and tax support to grant and administer your global team's tokens. Toku navigates it across the lifecycle — from easy to use token grant award templates through tracking vesting to managing tax withholdings. Make it simple today, at https://www.toku.com/empire - - Join us at DAS (Digital Asset Summit) in London this March! DAS is the #1 institutional conference in crypto, hosted by Blockworks. Use the link below to learn more, and use EMPIRE20 to get 20% off your ticket! Sign up now because the price goes up every month. See you there! Learn more + get your ticket here: https://blockworks.co/event/digital-asset-summit-2024-london/home - - Timestamps: (00:00) Crypto Sentiment Check (06:38) The L2 Wave (14:52) App-chain Thesis (24:20) Impact of the Leverage Driven Cycle (33:35) DAS 2023 (34:51) Toku Ad (36:03) Crypto in 10 years (43:44) Privacy Solutions, Shared Security, and Wearables (53:24) Why Olaf Doesn't Sell - - Disclaimer: Nothing said on Empire is a recommendation to buy or sell securities or tokens. This podcast is for informational purposes only, and any views expressed by anyone on the show are solely our opinions, not financial advice. Santiago, Jason, and our guests may hold positions in the companies, funds, or projects discussed.
Chris is the Head Coach & founder at 3 Sports Science. Alongside this he works as Exercise Physiologist and Human Performance Optimization Program Coordinator for the US Air Force. After enlisting into the US army he graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point and was commissioned into the Military Police (MP) Corps serving 3 tours to Iraq, as a Platoon Leader, Battalion Operations Officer, and Company Commander. Dr. Myers was awarded, amongst others, the Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal, and Overseas Service Ribbon x3. Medically retiring in 2012 as a Captain he began further exercise physiology study eventually gaining his PhD. Dr. Myers has served as an Assistant Professor at Radford University teaching Allied Health, Strength and Conditioning, and Human Performance courses. Additionally he holds certifications in nutrition, strength & conditioning, triathlon, cycling, swimming and ironman coaching. Based on his research and coaching experience, he recently published the book Triathlon Training with Power and most recently has published his second book “The Human Weapon System” (00:00) – Introduction (02:23) – Community shoutouts (05:09) – David's training (06:34) – Episode starts (08:08) – How did Chris start his journey in the military (13:40) – Chris' family history in the armed forces (14:50) – What role did the military play into Chris' academic journey? (17:04) – What was it like being under attack in the battle field (21:34) – Cognitive agility (26:17) – How does the more wholistic approach apply to the athlete? (28:43) – The Human Weapon System (31:18) – How do you optimize recommendations for the Human Weapon System? (34:28) – What could endurance athletes take from the need for Human Weapon System to be perpetually ready to perform? (39:01) – What is the assessment and recovery post service for the Human Weapon System (41:00) – Does the focus Chris has at work transfer to family life (42:53) – What does Chris' day to day role entail? (46:29) – The development of the Human Weapon System framework (49:40) – How does Chris use technology and wearables in his role (54:07) – Chris experience with Supersapiens (58:36) – Chris' current exercise routine (60:55) – Chris' research into naval divers (64:11) - Outro
EP. 85: ACTIVITY TRACKERS & FITNESS WEARABLES: HOW TO USE ACTIVITY DEVICES TO YOUR ADVANTAGE TO BETTER YOUR BODY COMP & HEALTH INTRO TO THE TOPIC OF ACTIVITY & FITNESS TRACKERS HOW MANY ARE MISUSING THIS ACTIVITY TRACKING TOOL WHY YOU SHOULDN'T EAT BACK THE CALORIES YOUR FITNESS TRACKER SAYS YOUVE BURNED THE ACCURACY OF FITNESS TRACKERS FOR ESTIMATING ENERGY EXPENDITURE WHY YOU SHOULDN'T PAY ATTENTION TO THE CALORIES BURNED FEATURE ON THESE TRACKERS WHAT METRICS CAN FITNESS TRACKERS MEASURE WELL? THE BENEFITS OF USING ACTIVITY & FITNESS TRACKERS HOW WE USE ACTIVITY & FITNESS TRACKERS
Surprise. We are interrupting our usual fortnightly episodes of Performance Process to bring you a bonus episode with Frank Overton of FasCat coaching. When we announced Performance Process a little under two months ago, we promised we'd bring you some of the insightful conversations we would be having anyway with experts and industry insiders. That's exactly what we are doing in this episode. It's less a performance process and more an insight into an interesting offering. Hence why it is a bonus episode and not a bi-weekly deep dive.As a long time listener to the Fascat Coaching podcast I was pretty interested when I heard Frank and the team had developed an app for combining wearable sleep data and on bike training metrics to provide a traffic light, red, amber, green, training readiness score for any given day. It was the promised simplicity and actionable insights that really caught my eye. So, when Fascat reached out looking to setup a meeting to tell me more about the Optimize app, I gladly obliged. About two minutes into that call, I decided to start again and this time we'd hit record on the Google Meet. This week's episode is that meeting. Enjoy.
Raise the Line's in-depth look at the potential use of psychedelic compounds in mental health treatment continues today with a focus on the role they may play in helping people overcome substance use disorders. Our guest is Dr. Jeeshan Chowdhury, whose own mental health journey led him to found Journey Colab, a company combating addiction through psychedelic care while employing a unique stakeholder model that includes indigenous communities in ownership. “We have put 10% of the founding equity of the company into an irrevocable purpose trust so that the land, the traditions and the people that our medicines and our work are inspired from can benefit from it,” explains Chowdhury. He tells host Shiv Gaglani that indigenous traditions also inform how the company approaches psychedelic therapy itself. “When we look at their use, it is always done in the context of an expert healer, often called a shaman, and it's done as part of a very well-honed protocol and in the context of a larger community.” Check out this thoughtful discussion to find out why Chowdhury thinks of the therapeutic use of psychedelics as akin to surgery, and how Journey Colab is working with rehab center partners to integrate psychedelic care through clinical trials with the goal of creating an integrated treatment program.Mentioned in this episode: https://www.journeycolab.com
EPISODE SUMMARY Join scientist and mindset & high-performance coach Claudia Garbutt and CEO of Smarter Not Harder & of Health Optimization Medicine and Practice, Boomer Anderson, as they talk about various aspects of health optimization & entrepreneurship. In this episode, we talk about: - The importance of health optimization for entrepreneurs - Which health metrics to track & how often - Favorite wearables & how to use the data EPISODE NOTES If curiosity killed the cat, Boomer's 9 lives expired decades ago. Boomer is an entrepreneur, husband, podcast host, health optimization practitioner, investor, and retired BBQ champion. Boomer is the CEO of Smarter Not Harder, Inc. makers of Troscriptions. He is also the CEO of Health Optimization Medicine and Practice, a 501(c)3 non-profit focused on educating doctors and practitioners on how to optimize for health rather than treat disease. In his own Health Optimization Practice, Boomer works with entrepreneurs leveraging large swaths of data and health technology. He also serves as a Strategic Advisor to Welldium and is a TEDx Speaker. Prior to working on sitting on the intersection of health and finance, Boomer was based in Singapore where he ran the South Asia Debt Capital Markets business for a bulge-bracket investment bank. Links: · Podcast · Connect on LinkedIn · Follow on Instagram · https://troscriptions.com · https://homehope.org Help me keep this show ad-free and awesome: Hit subscribe and join the tribe! THANK YOU for your support!
Guest: J. David Grossman, Vice President, Regulatory Affairs, Consumer Technology AssociationOn LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/jdgrossman/At CES | https://www.ces.tech/sessions-events/speaker-directory/david-grossman.aspx____________________________Hosts: Sean Martin, Co-Founder at ITSPmagazine [@ITSPmagazine] and Host of Redefining CyberSecurity Podcast [@RedefiningCyber]On ITSPmagazine | https://www.itspmagazine.com/itspmagazine-podcast-radio-hosts/sean-martinMarco Ciappelli, Co-Founder at ITSPmagazine [@ITSPmagazine] and Host of Redefining Society PodcastOn ITSPmagazine | https://www.itspmagazine.com/itspmagazine-podcast-radio-hosts/marco-ciappelli____________________________Episode NotesIn this episode of the ITSPmagazine On Location Event Coverage series, hosts Marco and Sean discuss the highlights and trends for CES 2024 with J. David Grossman, VP, Regulatory Affairs, Consumer Technology Association (CTA). The trio explores topics such as IoT, food tech, health tech, cybersecurity, autonomous vehicles, privacy, diversity and inclusion, human security, AI, and the over role technology plays in solving global challenges.Together, they emphasize the importance of improving the cybersecurity of consumer connected devices and providing consumers with more information about the security measures in place. They also discuss the need for a national privacy bill to create a consistent privacy framework for protecting consumer data.The conversation delves into the role of AI in the technology landscape and the ethical considerations surrounding AI, as well as the intertwining of AI, data privacy, and consumer protection. It is an exciting innovations in fitness, wearables, gaming, esports, Web3, metaverse, sports technology, and space. The trio highlight the role of technology in addressing global challenges, such as food security, healthcare access, environmental protection, and economic security.Throughout the conversation, there is a focus on the impact of technology on society and the need for a balanced approach to regulating AI while protecting consumer data. The hosts and guest stress the importance of using technology for positive change and fostering societal improvement.____________________________Catch all of our CES 2024 event coverage: https://www.itspmagazine.com/ces-2024-las-vegas-usa-event-coverageWatch this and other videos on ITSPmagazine's YouTube ChannelCES 2024 Las Vegas playlist:
In this episode, we dove into the world of wearable technology with the TOZO S3 Smart Watch. We discussed its stylish square design that appeals to all genders and the practicality of its health monitoring features, including heart rate and sleep tracking. The watch's 1.83-inch TFT touchscreen and IP68 waterproof rating make it a durable choice for active users. We also covered its ability to make calls directly from your wrist and the inclusion of Alexa voice assistance, making it a versatile gadget for tech-savvy users who demand efficiency and style in their devices.Follow AndroidGuysTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/androidguysTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@androidguysofficialInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/androidguysYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@AndroidGuyscomOfficialWebsite: http://www.androidguys.comFollow Scott WebsterTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/swebster77Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/scottwebsterFollow Luke GaulTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/lukegaulInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/lukegaul
Diese Woche sprechen wir mal nicht über Smartphones, Wearables usw. sondern über die Konzerne dahinter, deren Seilschaften, Verstrickungen und vor allem warum Apple heute da ist wo es ist. Allem voran wegen iMesasage und der kleine Goliath in Form von Nothing schickt sich an, diese zwei Welten aus iMessage und Android zu verbinden. Naja, so halb zumindest. Dabei spielt auch die EU eine wichtige Rolle, die Apple unter anderem dazu zwingt, das RCS Protokoll zu implementieren, was Apple auch machen wird, aber wieder nur so halbgar. Die EU zwingt den Apfel auch zur Öffnung des App Store im Form des Sideloads aus anderen Quellen und schon setzt die Apple-typische Panikmache ein. Was steckt dahinter und ist diese Panikmache berechtigt? Als Dritter steht Huawei parat und werkelt fleißig weiter an HarmonyOS Next, welches jetzt schon komplett ohne Android-Unterbau zu laufen scheint. Zum krönenden Abschluss zieht Samsung beim Update auf OneUI 6 plötzlich den Stecker, ohne weitere Hintergründe zu nennen. Wir wollen euch zukünftig stärker in den Podcast einbinden. Ihr habt Fragen an uns? Dann fragt uns doch einfach. Ihr Fragen zu unseren Testkandidaten? Ihr wollt eure Meinung zu einem unserer Themen loswerden? Immer her damit oder ihr habt Vorschläge für Themen? Dann könnt ihr diese vorschlagen. Die Mailadresse ist: podcast (a) mobi-test.de
Marketing chief from UnaliWear talks about data-driven fall detection and wearables in the "I've fallen and I can't get up" world of caregiving. We discuss aging with dignity, privacy, and agency, as well as innovation and possibilities to ensure peach of mind for loved ones and usability and acceptability of the end user. Disclosure: This podcast is for informational purposes only. The commercial product(s) discussed on this podcast are not in any way an endorsement by Northwest AHEC, WFU School of Medicine, AHWFB, NC AHEC, or any of its affiliates for the product or its purchase. See more at https://www.unaliwear.com/ The Truth about Medical Devices YouTube https://youtu.be/xz_2jW-ooso?si=ed6AkKsqlp-aA1sK
Today's episode touches on some regular themes we explore on Raise the Line such as equal access to quality healthcare, provider burnout and the impact of AI on medicine, but on this episode, we have the welcome opportunity to take a look at these key issues from the perspective of a doctor-turned-entrepreneur in Brazil. Today, Dr. Bruno Lagoeiro is an executive at Afya, one of the largest medical education groups in Brazil, but he started out as a med student who was interested in solving problems he and his classmates were encountering. After years of experimentation, and guidance from a business mentor, the solution they developed was Whitebook, a mobile app for clinical decision-support that's used in tens of millions of patient encounters every year in Brazil. Join host Shiv Gaglani as he draws out the details of Dr. Lagoeiro's amazing journey to improve healthcare in a huge and diverse country that faces delivery challenges in poor and remote communities and a provider workforce being drained by bureaucracy. Despite these hurdles, Dr. Lagoeiro has an optimistic message to share about the power of providers to change healthcare and the promise of AI to allow them to focus more on the human aspects of medicine. Mentioned in this episode: Afya
In this information packed episode, Elizabeth explores the world of cancer prevention, detection, and treatment with Dr. Sanjay Juneja, a renowned hematologist and oncologist. Dr. Sanjay shares insights, such as the fact that just four minutes of daily strenuous activity can lower cancer risk by 20-25%. He stresses the role of lifestyle choices in cancer prevention, discusses new screening methods, the limited impact of genetics on cancer (10-15%), and the potential of dietary approaches like ketosis in treatment. The conversation also touches on the influence of glucose and insulin on cancer and the latest medical tech advancements. This episode inspires and informs on the importance of screenings and daily habits for better health. At the end of the episode, Dr. Sanjay also shares some of his wellness tips and why showing grace is a powerful ingredient of overall health. Episodes Here Say Hi To Elizabeth and Purely Elizabeth: Website | InstagramSanjay: IG | Target Cancer Podcast | TikTokMentioned: Blue ZoneDr. Jason Fung Radical RemissionPeter Attia
In this episode we speak with Justin Frandson about the impact on our health of EMFs. Justin is a renowned Athleticism Performance Coach and author. He specializes in nerve work, and is the founder of Athleticism.com and EMFRocks.com. He has been working in the field of athletic performance for over 25 years. Justin is the author of, Athleticism:Whole Body + Whole Brain + Performance, which delves into the connection between athletic performance and the environment. Justin became interested in the impact of environmental factors on athletic performance after noticing that many of his athletes were breaking down due to the effects of wearable technology. In response to this, he looked to nature for solutions to the man-made EMF challenge. His Grounding Bags, which are sold at doctor clinics across the country, are the leading natural answer for helping people coexist with EMF. Learning points. 1. Possible links between EMFs and athletic performance 2. The downside of wearables 3. Electric cars and potential risks Social Media: Website - https://emfrocks.com/ Website - https://athleticism.com/
Die CMF Watch Pro polarisiert und bietet (mal wieder) Anlass für eine heftige Diskussion, denn schon bald expandiert CMF auch nach Deutschland. Dann gibt es erste Leaks zur OnePlus Watch 2 und der Samsung Galaxy Fit3. Überraschend ist hingegen, dass Fitbit in großen Teilen Europas ab sofort nicht mehr verkauft werden soll und unterhalten uns zum Schluss über Artificial Intelligence, was viele und sehr oft fälschlicherweise mit KI verwechseln, weil Google seine AI mit Google Home verbindet und auch Samsung bastelt an einer eigenen AI. Wir wollen euch zukünftig stärker in den Podcast einbinden. Ihr habt Fragen an uns? Dann fragt uns doch einfach. Ihr Fragen zu unseren Testkandidaten? Ihr wollte eure Meinung zu einem unserer Themen loswerden? Immer her damit oder ihr habt Vorschläge für Themen? Dann könnt ihr diese vorschlagen. Die Mailadresse ist: podcast (a) mobi-test.de
Zudem: Unwirtlicher Nachbarplanet Venus. Und: Medizinische Sensoren im Alltag. (00:40) Wenn Plastik sammeln schadet Es gibt zahlreiche Initiativen, um im Meer Plastik zu sammeln. Sie sind zwar gut gemeint, aber teils problematisch. Denn oft finden sich gerade dort, wo das Plastik sich sammelt, auch besonders viele Fischlarven. Und beim Einsammeln werden auch Meeresschildkröten, Haie sowie Fische und Tintenfische als Plastik aussortiert. (07:30) Meldungen In China wurde zum ersten Mal ein Mischwesen aus zwei Affen geschaffen. Läuse können Einblick geben in die Geschichte der Menschheit. Universität Bern fliegt erneut ein Messinstrument auf den Mond. (14:55) Nachbarplanet Venus Noch immer gibt uns die Venus Rätsel auf. Jetzt haben Forschende Sauerstoff entdeckt in der Atmosphäre unseres Nachbarplaneten, allerdings atomaren Sauerstoff, ganz anderen also, als den in unserer Atmosphäre. (19:10) Medizinische Sensoren Die sogenannten Wearables im Gesundheitswesen werden erwachsen. So entwickelt das Inselspital Bern unterdessen zusammen mit Forschungspartnern aus der Medizintechnologie zum Beispiel Sensoren, die bei einem Diabetiker anhand der Stimme eine Unterzuckerung erkennen oder einen Schwangerschaftsgurt, mit dem sich die Herztöne des Ungeborenen fernüberwachen lassen. Das könnte Kosten senken und ist für Patienten komfortabler. Mehr zum Wissenschaftsmagazin und Links zu Studien: https://www.srf.ch/wissenschaftsmagazin .
Among the key qualities everyone wants in their healthcare providers is a love of learning and desire to serve others. That's why we at Osmosis are confident Dr. Lewis Nasr will be a great physician and why we chose him to be the first guest in a new series of interviews on Raise the Line we're calling “Next Gen Journeys.” The series will highlight fresh perspectives on medical education and the future of healthcare offered by students and recent graduates from around the globe. Starting with Dr. Nasr is a natural choice because of the many contributions he's made to Osmosis over the last several years including service in the Osmosis Medical Education Fellowship program and being a key contributor to our Year of the Zebra initiative. In this engaging conversation with host Hillary Acer, Lewis brings the perspective of medical students trying to learn in very challenging circumstances in which their personal safety and access to basic needs can be at risk. “It's another layer of obstacles that you have to get through. This gives international students a resilience and adaptability that they can bring to clinical practice.” Lewis also discusses his interest in hematology-oncology and reflects on entering the field at a time of remarkable clinical and technical advancements. “It's exciting to see cancer go from what is perceived as a death sentence to something manageable. I really hope to be part of the scientific wave of making cancer history.” We have no doubt that he will be, and neither will you after hearing from this thoughtful, compassionate young physician. Mentioned in this episode: https://www.osmosis.org/worldhttps://www.osmosis.org/zebrahttps://www.mdanderson.org/
Markets on fire - is it for real? Announcing a new Closest to the Pin! Household debt update - market thoughts and more... PLUS we are now on Spotify and Amazon Music/Podcasts! Click HERE for Show Notes and Links DHUnplugged is now streaming live - with listener chat. Click on link on the right sidebar. Love the Show? Then how about a Donation? Follow John C. Dvorak on Twitter Follow Andrew Horowitz on Twitter Warm Up - Following up on last week's data deluge - Wondering - was it a DCB or a BMR (Dead Cat Bounce - Bull Market Rally) - WeWork is now WeBroke - 70 hour workweek? - GUILTY -Another Shutdown countdown Market Update - Household Debt reaches milestone - South Korea "leveling the playing field" - Best week of 2023 - Apple Earnings (Does anyone care?) - Microsoft - Big Move Headline - U.S. stocks rose on Tuesday, with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq on track for their longest streak of gains in two years, as a retreat in U.S. Treasury yields buoyed megacap growth stocks and investors sought more clarity on interest rates from the Federal Reserve. - Best week of 2023 - NASDAQ up 6%! Microsoft - Big Move! - OpenAI and other AI has been good tailwind for the company - Stock closing in on ATH -- H&C Clients own the stock MSFT CHART FOLLOW UP : What to Expect from the Data Deluge - ISM on Friday (Services) - 53 vs 53 last - Employment - 160k and 3.8% (steady) - ISM Manufacturing 49 vs 49 (contraction) - FOMC Rate Decision (pause/pass/no change) - (Add in Treasury issuance needed to make up deficit and Apple earnings) ----- Result? Pretty much inline - Fed said one thing: Risk balanced about doing too much or too little and market went bananas --------Apple - Not impressive and outlook for this coming quarter not so good - but stock moves higher Countdown - November 17th is the end of the short-term budget extension Apple Earnings - EPS: $1.46 per share vs. $1.39 per share expected - Revenue: $89.5 billion vs. $89.28 billion expected - iPhone revenue: $43.81 billion vs. $43.81 billion expected - Mac revenue: $7.61 billion vs. $8.63 billion expected - iPad revenue: $6.44 billion vs. $6.07 billion expected - Wearables revenue: $9.32 billion vs. $9.43 billion expected - Services revenue: $22.31 billion vs $21.35 billion expected - Gross margin: 45.2% vs. 44.5% expected - - Outlook - Not Great - and blamed one less week in the 4th quarter on outlook - - - Stock Down initially then rose with market Skinny Drugs - Novo Nordisk said on Thursday it will supply "significantly" more doses of Wegovy in the U.S. next year, even as it cautioned shortages of the weight-loss injection would continue in the short to medium term. - The Danish drugmaker, which this year overtook LVMH as Europe's most valuable listed company, posted record operating profit and sales for the third quarter, underscoring the phenomenal success of Wegovy so far. -"Specifically on the U.S. market, we'll be supplying significantly more in 2024 compared to what we are in 2023," Novo's CFO Karsten Munk Knudsen said in an interview. - H&C clients own NVO for past several months More Drugs - - Moderna said its 2023 sales would only hit the low end of its $6 billion to $8 billion forecast, reflecting weaker demand for COVID-19 vaccines, and its shares slumped 8%. - The vaccine maker also pushed back to 2025 - Stock down 59% YTD Household Debt - "The Federal Reserve Bank of New York's Center for Microeconomic Data today issued its Quarterly Report on Household Debt and Credit. The Report shows total household debt increased by $228 billion (1.3%) in the third quarter of 2023, to $17.29 trillion. The report is based on data from the New York Fed's nationally representative Consumer Credit Panel. - Mortgage balances rose by $126 billion from the previous quarter and stood at $12.14 trillion at the end of September. - Credit card balances increased by $48 billion ...
Today's Raise the Line guest, Dr. Megan Meyer, has a pretty simple message for proponents of psychedelic-assisted therapy (PAT) who are concerned that demand for therapists will outstrip supply in the coming years: don't overlook the largest group of mental health providers in the nation. “Social workers provide more mental health services than psychologists, psychiatrists and psychiatric nurses combined and we're embedded everywhere. I don't think the psychedelic renaissance can actually achieve its aims without us,” says Meyer, who is an associate professor at the University of Maryland School of Social Work. Meyers adds that social workers also happened to be well-equipped for PAT because they're trained to act as guides in helping clients find their own voice and not impose their own perspectives or biases. Getting large numbers trained will require collaboration across disciplines, universities and training institutes such as the project she's working on with colleagues at the university's Schools of Pharmacy and Nursing to survey social workers and nurses regarding their current knowledge and training needs related to psychedelics. Join host Michael Carrese for an expansive conversation about the role social workers can play in minimizing the risks and realizing the potential of psychedelics including issues of bias and diversity, community-based models of post-therapy integration and learning from the practices of indigenous societies.Mentioned in this episode: https://www.ssw.umaryland.edu/
Eine eher lahme Technikwoche neigt sich dem Ende, aber wir wären nicht der Mobi-Test Podcast, wenn wir nicht doch mehr als genug Themen zum besprechen finden. Großes Thema ist die CMF Watch Pro, welche im Test enttäuscht hat und wir versuchen zu ergründen warum und ob das vielleicht nicht sogar so gewollt ist. Dann gibt es Hinweise, dass auch VIVO an einem eigenen Betriebssystem arbeitet. Das macht Samsung offenbar nicht, haben aber mit der Verteilung ihren neuesten Version der OneUI begonnen und eine Hommage an einen Klassiker aus vergangenen Tagen auf den Markt gebracht. Wir wollen euch zukünftig stärker in den Podcast einbinden. Ihr habt Fragen an uns? Dann fragt uns doch einfach. Ihr Fragen zu unseren Testkandidaten? Ihr wollte eure Meinung zu einem unserer Themen loswerden? Immer her damit oder ihr habt Vorschläge für Themen? Dann könnt ihr diese vorschlagen. Die Mailadresse ist: podcast (a) mobi-test.de
Soutenez-nous sur patreon.com/iweek ! Voici l'épisode 493 de "la quotidienne iWeek" en ce vendredi 3 novembre 2023 ! Abonnez-vous : c'est gratuit ! Q4 2023 : Apple limite la casse… et casse la baraque. Présentation : Benjamin VINCENT (@benjaminvincent ) + Fabrice Neuman (@fabriceneuman). Production : OUATCH Audio. Tags : Tim Cook évoque du lourd, à venir, autour de l'IA ; 89,5 milliards de $ en 3 mois comme prévu dont plus de 22 milliards grâce au services, nouveau record ; +3% pour l'iPhone, en revenus, et nouveau record ; -34% pour le Mac : il y avait urgence à sortir le M3 ; le Vision Pro sera bien réservé aux Apple Store… et c'est Tim Cook qui le confirme. Bonne découverte de "la quotidienne iWeek" si vous nous écoutez pour la première fois, parlez de nous autour de vous, retweetez-nous (@iweeknews ), bonne journée, bonne écoute et à lundi ! Benjamin VINCENT et la team #iweekLQI PS1 : rejoignez la communauté iWeek sur patreon.com/iweek et bénéficiez de bonus exclusifs ! PS2 : retrouvez-nous aussi pour "iWeek (la semaine Apple)", notre podcast hebdo, chaque milieu de semaine. PS3 : l'épisode 160 d'iWeek (la semaine Apple) arrive dès que possible !
There's a relatively small number of people who have had the opportunity to create a medical school from the ground up, which is why today's Raise the Line guest, Dr. Robert Hasty, is particularly interesting to talk to because he's had that chance three times. Currently, he is involved in launching one of the nation's newest medical schools, the Orlando College of Osteopathic Medicine, in one of its fastest growing areas, Central Florida. “I think one of the things I've learned is that everything is incredibly connected at a medical school -- the facility, the curriculum, the culture, the clinical rotation partners...it all has to work together, so that's one of the things that we've done.” Hasty and his team have also designed a modern curriculum that's taking a “lecture-less,” team-based, case-based, systems-based approach that interweaves clinical skills and knowledge of basic science throughout the four years. And on top of all that, given the school's proximity to Disney World, you can see fireworks every night from campus! Join host Shiv Gaglani for this hopeful look at the cutting-edge of medical education. Mentioned in this episode: https://ocom.org/