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Fantastic is the misguided 1983 debut release from the U.K. duo Wham. With Fantastic, George Michael and partner Andrew Ridgeley introduced themselves as leather jacket-clad, street-smart rebels. This approach proved wildly popular in the U.K, where Fantastic was a Top Ten hit, but the album went largely unnoticed in the States. While Fantastic showcases the ability of the young (20 at the time of the album's release) George Michael to craft engaging, hook-filled melodies, much of the material on Fantastic suffers from the duo's pretentious, tough-guy posturing. The empty funk of the U.K. hits Bad Boys, Young Guns (Go for It), and the embarrassing Wham Rap barely registers, and Michael's smart-aleck, self-conscious lyrics are often unintentionally hilarious. Although Michael eventually became well-known as a reasonably successful emulator of R & B trends, neither these tunes nor Fantastic's stupefying remake of the Miracles' Love Machine give any indication of his abilities. At best, Fantastic can be viewed as a testament to George Michael's maturity. Nothing Looks the Same in the Light and Club Tropicana, two of Fantastic's best tunes, lean toward the lush, adult pop of Michael's later solo work. Fortunately, Michael and Ridgeley would later ditch the superficial, leather-jacketed approach for the more sophisticated pop of later Wham releases like Everything She Wants and Freedom (both from 1984's Make It Big) and The Edge of Heaven (from 1986's Music From the Edge of Heaven), finding major U.S. success in the process. Fantastic isn't a good album, but it's oddly entertaining. It's certainly interesting hearing the difference between the frothy Fantastic and Michael's later, serious solo work like Listen Without Prejudice and Older. And Fantastic is also good for a few chuckles. Unfortunately, that probably wasn't George Michael's intention. But even he might get a good laugh out of it. ~ William Cooper
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Every July, more than 28,000 newly minted medical doctors descend upon hospitals across the United States. Armed with nothing but a medical education, we gingerly embark on our first year as physicians, with ample supervision from seasoned doctors, nurses and technicians. My first month as an emergency medicine resident, I stepped onto the most feared floor in the hospital: the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). The ICU provides care for the sickest, most complex patients admitted to the hospital. The nursing staff consists of highly trained nurses, who commonly work one nurse per patient. Because ICU patients are so complicated, they require near-constant nursing care. One fine morning at 6:30 a. m. , making rounds with my ICU team, I came upon a terrible realization. Many of my patients are dying and most of them will not die at home surrounded by their loved ones. Most will die in medical facilities, surrounded by health care professionals. If you could decide how you will die, surely you would choose holding the hand of someone you love, at home in your own bed. I can’t possibly believe anyone would choose to die in the violent scenario of a medical recitation. Lines of fluid attached to every limb and a curtain drawn between you and your loved ones. I have seen how we struggle to grasp at the smoke left above a smoldering life. As valiant an effort as it may be, the patient’s life has ended long before we surrender, to let the departed finally rest in peace. Of those patients who enter the ICU, up to 20 percent have been found to have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) at one-year follow-up. Every year 4 million people are admitted to the ICU in the United States, with a mortality rate of 8 percent to 19 percent, suggesting 500,000 ICU patients will die each year. In 2010 the CDC reported that 715,000 of the 2. 5 million deaths in the United States took place in hospitals, while most Americans report they hope to die at home. Death is a difficult subject. And given the discordance between the dying wishes of Americans and the reality of dying in America, death is a subject we are not talking about. It pains me to watch the terminal cancer patient be sent to another futile surgery. It is difficult to watch the 90-year-old man have his ribs broken by the chest compressions of CPR. All this because the patient’s wishes were not made clear and the family feels a responsibility to exhaust every resource. During my last year of medical school, my father called me to talk about my hospitalized 56-year-old mother and her status of do not intubate or resuscitate. When she died, she died in the ICU, but she was surrounded by her family. My mother was my best friend and the single most important person in my life. When we made the decision to allow her struggle to end, the choice was clear because she had made her wishes for no resuscitation in these circumstances known. Think about the circumstances in which you would like to die and communicate your wishes with someone you trust. Instead he spoke about quite the opposite: the death dinner. A dinner in which we come together with friends and family to broach the difficult subject of death. Tell people under what circumstances you would like to be on a breathing machine, receive CPR and revival measures. Communicate under what circumstance you would like to be left to nature’s devices. Only one month into my residency, I have seen patients die. It has been most difficult for those terminal patients who come to the hospital hoping for a miracle. But medicine does not deal in miracles, only science. The job of that team is not to prevent death, but to alleviate suffering. I know that as I continue in my career, death will be a pervasive adversary and the inevitable victor. But my hope is that patients will die in peace surrounded by those they love. in public health, is a first-year emergency medicine resident at the University of California, San Diego. Source: www.sandiegouniontribune.com
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