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Chris Pratt is back in the Meters score today as the Season 2 finale kicks off, and the showrunners are already teasing what’s coming up in the series’ second half.
In an interview with EW, executive producer and writer-director Ryan Murphy said, “We are not going to tell you where we are going, but we are very excited about where we’re going and the characters we’re bringing in.
I’m sure fans are very much anticipating a new adventure for the first season.
We’ve already seen the beginnings of that.”
According to the interview, the next episode is set in Los Angeles after the Season 1 finale, but that doesn’t mean the story hasn’t changed for the past three seasons.
“The first season was about Los Angeles, and that was very much the central setting, and then we had a second season about the world of Meters,” Murphy continued.
“And so we’re continuing to tell stories about Los Angelenos.
We’re continuing in that vein.
We’ll definitely have a lot of people who were introduced to the world in Season 1 come back, and some people who haven’t had the opportunity to go to L.A. or L.E. are going to come back.”
So, where are we headed?
That’s the question the showrunner has been asking fans since the finale.
But there are some other hints in the interview that suggest that the season will get a little different.
Murphy revealed that the new season will introduce the world to an even bigger cast.
“This season will have a bigger ensemble,” he teased.
“We’re going to be able to bring in a lot more people than we did in the first one, and we’re also going to bring a lot to the cast that we didn’t have in the beginning.”
And the new cast members will be doing the world a favor.
“People will be coming to L in Season 2,” Murphy said.
“In Season 1, we saw Kate, and now in Season 3 we’re seeing Chris, and they’re both new actors.
We don’t know which of them are going home.
It will be interesting to see who comes out on top in the world and who doesn’t.
There will be some good battles.”
What we’re looking forward to next year:A bigger cast means bigger battles.
And the new members of the Metric crew are going places.
“Chris and Kate are really the only ones who are really going to take this fight to the Metrics,” Murphy added.
“They’re both going to have to work for the city.
And they both are going get their comeuppance.
So, we’re hoping they can both go at it in a different way.”
What are you hoping to see from Season 2?
Let us know in the comments.
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Australian Health Ombudsman says health care providers should not be held responsible for the use of medical terminology
The Australian Health ombudsman has slammed health professionals for using medical terms like “medication” or “medicine” to describe the effects of drugs.
Key points:The ombudsman says “medicated” is “used to describe things that can be treated and that people need” and that the use is not supported by evidenceIt is a serious offence under the Australian Health Act to “misrepresent or misappropriate” medical termsThe ombudsperson says health professionals “should not be penalised for their own use”The olympic gold medallist, former rugby league star Chris Cairns, is a key figure in the legal battle over whether Australia’s drug policies should be changed.
Mr Cairn says he and other athletes use “medically appropriate” terms like aspirin to describe how to use drugs, but he says he has never heard any doctors or pharmacists using them to describe drugs.
“I know that it is not a crime to misuse medical terms, but it is a very serious offence for people to misuse such terms and I am not going to tolerate it,” Mr Cairnes said.
He says the use by sports professionals of medical terms is “unfair”.””
I do know that in my mind, when I hear ‘medicinal’, I think ‘I can take that’.”
He says the use by sports professionals of medical terms is “unfair”.
“The whole medical profession is not going into this with a straight face,” he said.
But the ombudsman says doctors, pharmacists and others should not get penalised because they are using medical terminology.
“It is not something I would have a problem with, because it is clearly a very important issue to me,” he told ABC Radio’s AM program.
“There are some professions that I would never have a conversation about with my colleagues, but there are other professions that are very sensitive to issues like this.”
That is the way that we operate in Australia.
“The ompathys office is reviewing the use and misuse of medical jargon.
Health experts have welcomed the ombudsman’s review.”
The Australian Health and Medical Research Council is a world leader in the study of the medical use of words and their implications for health and medicine,” said Dr Peter Garlick, who is chair of the American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Language, Language and the Human Environment.”
For years, the American Medical Association has spoken out against the use in health care of medical and scientific terms like ‘medication’ and ‘medics’, and has been a strong advocate for limiting the misuse of these terms.
“The association said the olympics gold medallion winner was “not alone” in using medical jargon, but added the use was not supported and would “lead to confusion”.”
Physicians are encouraged to use the best available evidence-based advice to make decisions about health care,” it said in a statement.”
However, when medical terms are used inappropriately, their use will not only be confusing to patients, but may even cause harm.