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Ladies and Gentlemen Children of all ages gathered around the radio it's time now for another installment of the touch of grey that talk show for grown ups. My name is Michael Harrison. It's my privilege to serve as anchor the program it's an ensemble show with lots of good people involved and it's host and founder. Is Carol Marks? Carol Mark Says One of America's leading experts on upper demographic issues and she is indeed a champion and the battle against ageism. But let's take it off right now with Carol Marks in conversation with Matt Peterson the Director of Information Resources at the American Diabetes Association. He'll be talking about new book that has been written by the American Diabetes Association titled Managing Type Two diabetes for dummies. Now pay to gave us the most common form one. Eleven American sever firm. It isn't a period of diabetes is employed problem with your body. Because it's your blood glucose right higher-than-normal what since things that cause your body not to use insulin properly that's a good question And it's It's complicated the easy part that leads to all the hard parts about taking care of diabetes is that the blood glucose levels are too high and even in type two diabetes The it's a little bit different from one person to another for some people. Their pancreas is producing lots of insulin When they're first diagnosed but their bodies just their cells of their bodies are not responding to the insulin. So the blood glucose goes up. Because it's insulin's job to help get the glucose out of the bloodstream and into the cells and then for other people The the packers actually not working too. Well it's which is an extreme. What type one diabetes is when the the the the pancreas to start stops producing insulin altogether. But what all kinds of diabetes have in common are those high blood glucose levels and the damage that can do is basically the same for everyone with idiots and the things you need to do to manage diabetes. Well are also Have a lot in common with. Everyone was Diabetes now don't some people did have type. Two diabetes have such mild symptoms that thing often go unnoticed an excellent point In fact most people with type two diabetes go on diagnosed for a while. It may have gotten better but we used to Estimate that it was five to seven years after diabetes was actually present before it was diagnosed. I think we're doing a little better but it's still very common because just as you say The the symptoms are pretty subtle and they go on noticed The the the really the main symptoms of having type two diabetes and not being diagnosed are somewhat more frequent urination Will be greater thirst Feeling tired well. These are all things that they're they're not easy to detect a lot of us. Think so on just getting older so it's just normal so it is very easy to miss and I was surprised that certain groups of a higher risk of type two diabetes and others. In fact you know. I was very surprised that it was more. Common African Americans What are some other groups series comedy? Yeah the three main groups. The United States that are at significantly higher risk than others are Hispanic Latinos African Americans and particularly Native American Alaskan Natives Hawaiian Natives Those those groups will have As much as or even twice as high rate of type two diabetes as Whites and Asian Americans now if someone just in diagnosed with type two diabetes. Can you tell us about this? Free twelve month program. American Diabetic Association offers WHAT RESOURCES TO PROVIDE Yes glad you asked We have a living with type two program which is Very carefully designed to provide people information who are newly diagnosed with type two diabetes. With the information they need overtime and really prioritizing. What is the first thing you need to know? And letting that Sink in for a few weeks under two. And then now please consider this so we kinda take people through a time line instead of hitting somebody with everything all at once. Where it's easy to get lost overwhelmed. we've worked with doctors and And diabetes educators to think through. What's a reasonable taste? Which people can Should should learn about what diabetes is and what they can do about it. That's a free program. It's all digital so people receive Periodic UPDATES And an e newsletter. With other information they might find and of course. That's that's free own website and I'll ask him again later. Sure That can be found on our main website along with a lot of other information diabetes dot. Org and so who goes to the DIABETES DOT? Org should easily find a link to living with type two and be able to sign up for that program. Now you also brought up something The Guy Association did That I really never thought about. And and that is that you were diagnosed with diabetes to to begin to assemble a team of health professionals. Because you need to realize it. Takes a medical village to manage type two diabetes We can only mention a few of them but I was surprised. Some of them. What are few people might think about? Yeah that's a great question. the U. Person's diabetes is always gonNA start with their doctor. Of course that's how they're going to get diagnosed for most people and this is just fine. It's a primary care doctor of some kind or possibly a nurse Practitioner Most people in primary care or fully capable of helping most people diabetes manage their diabetes. Well but the management of diabetes is really In the long run almost entirely up to the person who has it? And that's why Having a team to to work with to take care of certain issues is a good idea. Because you're going to be doing it mostly on your own and you need a few experts to help you with specific things. First and foremost we recommend that everyone. Newly diagnosed with diabetes. See a professional called a certified diabetes educator That's usually a nurse it can be a Dietitian or can be a physician Or or other professional. But it's someone who's been trained in diabetes education and how to Work with individual patients on just with that patient needs. It's it's it's been proven to the tremendous help and getting people off on the right start when their newly diagnosed so the the besides the the central team member besides the person themselves Of the doctor. That certified diabetes educator recommend everybody with ABC one. That doesn't always happen. But it's something that's reimbursed by insurance it's covered by Medicare and Medicaid. So people really should take advantage of seeing. He's certified diabetes Educator Right then the other the other people that we recommend people see reflect the complex nature of diabetes and how it varies from person to person diabetes can cause damage to The small blood vessels and nerves feet which can lead to Source that don't heal can lead to Ulcers and ultimately to amputation if not treated so some people diabetes need to see a podiatrist And similarly diabetes can cause damage to The is Particularly the small blood vessels in the eye that can lead to what's called diabetic. Retinopathy that if untreated can lead to blindness. Fortunately we have some great treatments now for diabetic retinopathy in the rate of blindness and and people diabetes was much slower than it was before. That's something that a person's diabetes is going to be to work with an ophthalmologist on was even surprised. That you talk about. The book talks about the fact that a pharmacist can help you because he can go over. All your prescriptions. Yeah that's right. diabetes usually have at least one if not several medications for their diving's alone but because diabetes is often accompanied by high blood pressure and by problems with cholesterol People Diabetes are awesome taking ray of medications and a pharmacist. Is that front line person. Who CAN Say Hey you know If you're taking this you need to be thinking about how it's GonNa Affect that. This is the right time of day to take that medication With a few medications sure your listeners. Know the They can interact different foods so the pharmacist can provide that hands on guidance on the best way to use the medication but the doctor has prescribed. Matt Peterson the Director of information resources. At the American Diabetes Association in Conversation with the host of our program. Carol Marks Talking about the book managing type two diabetes for dummies. We'll have more of this conversation between Carol. Marks and Matt Peterson when a touch of grey talk show. 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We eat breathe and immersed in all kinds of scary chemicals that are foreign to our delegate biological systems. They're not to mention the constant pressure and stress phase in daily life and little time exercise work work work emails and to answer Greasy High Caloric fast food on the run. Run run and constant mental bombard. Mentally ill nobody will your crummy spam and just thinking scams are so many of us have bone and joint problems with weight and blood sugar issues. It's no wonder we often feel fatigued. And Right now. Easy okay listen. Here's a possible solution to counter terrible imbalance. Be Sure to visit this website. Here's the address of all they're gonNA say at once in this message. Www DOT radio minerals dot com? Bernadette Duncan spent twenty six years as a radio talk show producer in her new book. Yuppie days behind the scenes with losers schnauzers boozers and losers. She shares her adventures in the trenches of big time. 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Your Blood Glucose levels have the features and technology and blood glucose me improved. And what are the six tradeoff That's another great question Meters have improved dramatically and steadily over the last twenty years. So if you People are familiar with a meters of even ten years ago. And they now go see what's available. They'll find that the the small Lancet that little needle like device that allows you to drive drop of blood. They're very fine and very thin and and generally very close to painless to get that little drop of blood and and the meters that are available require and generally much smaller drop pleasant. They used to the meters faster They're they're more portable and meters vary a lot with features. That can matter a lot from one person to another. Some of them have screens that you know. Really Big wetering for people with With less than great vision some of them will even talk for people who are vision impair So there's a meters that much more flexible much faster. They store data for a long time. So using a meter is is a lot easier than it used to be and I thought the sections in in the book. There's vast differences in each of women and men with diabetes was very helpful and I was surprised to earn. It was the difference between Women that had diabetes and attacking strokes and then there are some differences Both men and women I tend to think of what's similar to because the rate of diabetes in men and women is similar and And the complications are similar but women tend to have Heart problems that are more likely to go on go undiagnosed and so we The people themselves and their doctors need to be on the lookout for things that maybe more apparent than a man Of of of heart disease. That is going undetected and women at a higher rate than it is in Asia. Important point I think how should this book is put out by the American Diabetes Association? Weren't this way to read it and use it. Well I it It is very user. Friendly book I don't know if you're thinking electronically or print forum. I'm a I'm a print print forum Kinda guy myself but I think it's It's a little. It's like a more robust version of our living with type two program which people can get for free online this Keeps it at your fingertips. it's somewhat more detailed information like we've been talking about the different kinds of health professionals that you may want to see over time when you have diabetes. So I think It's a great book Modestly priced for people to have handy because The an important aspect of diabetes is that it is a progressive disease. But it tends to whatever's going wrong with your Insulin not working well for you. It tends to progress so that you may start out really being able to manage your diabetes. Well on one oral medication that you take but that may require a second one at some point and for many people type two diabetes. It's GONNA require that. The person use insulin in order to manage their diabetes. Well that is not failure. That is not someone not doing things right. That's just the nature of diabetes it progresses. And so what you have to do to manage. It changes over time. And that's where having a book like Managing type two diabetes for dummies can be a good reference. If you notice something new or if you're having if you've been doing some kind of exercise but it's not working for you it's it's painful and you WanNa do something else The book can help give you suggestions about ways to New Ways to help your vantage diabetes as your diabetes changes over time and of Finding Matt Pearson. It's been a pleasure to have you on such great talking about managing type two diabetes for rebel me. And can you just give listers Any websites that the American Diabetes Association has and Haven't you develop one that has professional resources are and what about your phone number The phone number that anyone can reach again for information that's free most hours of the day is one eight hundred diabetes. And I shouldn't have memorized wh what. Those numbers are diabetes Smells but it's one eight hundred diabetes And we have a call center with well trained staff who have information available to tell people and they also have Print materials that they can send out to people so someone has a specific question and they worried about kidney disease or Or I disease. We have materials we can send people for free on that and then all of our online resources can be found at excuse me died. He's dot org where we have links to that living with type two diabetes program. With course a bunch of information on the site itself about healthy eating one of the that is the most frequent thing that people want to know when they have diabetes. Type one diabetes diabetes. Maybe they have a weight problem. Maybe they don't but everyone wants to know what are the healthiest food. They can eat when they have diabetes. There's a wealth of information. There we've just launched which is easy to find on diva's dot org something called diabetes food hub and it brings together a the thousands of recipes and suggestions and people can search for their preferred foods and then find a healthy recipe that include those Those foods so I think people would be very impressed. Look what's Freely available online and of course the book managing it for a type two diabetes for dummies can be found there in our ADA store. That's Matt Peterson. The director of information resources with the American Diabetes Association interviewed by the host of our program. Carol marks the book is titled Managing Type Two diabetes for dummies written by the American Diabetes Association. Coming up next Carol Marks and conversation with Dr Andrew Addison. Nationally recognized pediatrician with expertise area. Talking about rain period. Next next performance continues only Didn't REMATCH. Introit Hi this is Michael Harrison. I hope you're enjoying this installment of a touch of grey the talk show for grown ups and finding it to be a meaningful listening experience. This wonderful little weekend program has been on the radio across America in one form or another for more than twenty years. Its mission is to provide mature Americans with information and content about aging to help them cope with the non-stop challenges of life during these hectic modern times. 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We face in daily life and little time for exercise work work work emails and texts dancer Greasy High Caloric fast food on the run run run and constant mental bombardment. Leave me alone already. Where your spam stinking scams no wonder so? Many of us have bone and joint problems as well as weight and blood sugar issues. It's no wonder we often feel fatigued and down right now Z. Okay listen here's a possible solution to counter act this terrible imbalance. Be Sure to visit this website. Here's the address of all. They're going to say at once in this message. Www DOT radio minerals dot com? This Brad Shepherd whenever you think of social security do you think survivors benefits? Do you see social security is more than retirement? Social Security makes regular monthly payments to the families of workers who died to more than seven million people get survivors benefits from social security including almost two million children benefits the pay for food and clothing medical care and school benefits. You can count on when you're planning your financial future for more information go to the SSI website at www dot sa dot gov continuing now with a touch of grey. Talk Show for grownups. Here again is the host and founder of our program. Carol Marks in conversation with David Anderson President and CEO of Bar Bar a a company that produces automatic livestock. Drinkers does your fascination. With science beginning early age because your father was at the radical physicist and what famous Research Center in Massachusetts Did you get exposed to jury or some vacations when you're young and you went through a a kind of his trying it's in your size institute From seven to sixteen so tell us a little bit about that You know I My background is is really been a lot of international traveling and and that's kind of what got me into the interest in viruses that animals can get you know in this corona virus. Sometimes we We focused all of our attention upon our own preventative measures. That we take human beings and the poor animals kinda get left behind and and And they viruses that they that they look. They can affect them and so many international travel. I've I've been able to turn to extend the viruses and one of the big viruses for animals is Deacon virus and also West West Nile virus. These are viruses that are not airborne viruses the chroma viruses an airborne virus and people can catch it when people sneeze those infectious materials into the air. And then other people read that. And that's how they get a- with animals These viruses that affect more transmitted primarily true mosquitoes. And so a mosquito in can be infected or it can carry blood From some other Piece of war meet that. They inspect lead from that has had it. And so they have the blood disinfected and then they stick and horse or a cow or and and they can get infected by by the blood that they they carry. Cantu to right horses from pigs so it's of y y variety when What what symptoms. Show up in in these animals What kind of Simpson's sister they exhibit They can be very far too They can Actually it can hurt their balance They can fall down because they don't have the correct equilibrium. This is hurt Thinking affect their eating and their water intake and food intake so it can be very deadly for horse and so there's several measures that we can take to help animals and the main main thing that can we can do to keep standing water at bay standing. Water is a breeding ground from -squitoes where they lay their eggs and Primarily it's the female mosquito that sex blood for manuals. Curious can back. You're getting standing water and that absolutely yeah. So standing water is just a. It's just like a magnet for all really negative informed full bacteria and you've seen Algae growing on standing water. You know this is. This is all kind of bacteria driven organism and When the Animal Street from anything that's dot algae own it tastes bad and has a terrible taste for them. They'll drink it just minimal to reduce their thirst but then they become dehydrated because they're not drinking enough snow. Lana live Tammy shares. Yeah we have be careful how we water. I mean. I've traveled throughout Europe and across the United States. It's not uncommon to see back up in persons field or pasture put water to water their animals and that'll bathtub and probably a lot of your listeners. Will be familiar with the bathtub with water out. Deal is really expecting place for bacteria and it can be used if it's cleanse cleans and after dump that water out regularly the new water in which wastewater and but if they keep it clean. It's fine most people I found. Don't keep it clean and you'll drive by those. Oh bathtubs tanks. And there's there's stunned growing on the top of those states and it's really not a good situation for our animals who are very susceptible to the bacteria that standing water causes the wave in West Nile virus and the virus Haven't human beings also gotten that was particularly viruses? They have and if they're bitten by SPEEDO? They have to be treated there. There are some vaccines for West Nile virus animals and people and they have to be treated and and there's some Studies show that that women that are pregnant are very susceptible to these diseases. Once they get them and it can and Have negative consequences Their new the babysitter forming within the singers of staggered standing water. And what we can do because he can affect our home and our yard. You have a website. W. Dot four stringer dot com and you have some suggestions for dealing with stagnant water. Can you tell our listeners about a few of them yes? Our goal is to treat Water systems that are safe for animals and avoid standing water and not only standing water but electricity. You know we've had. We had some electrocutions here in our area. Not Too long ago where The owner which owned Writing Facility for handicapped children had about nine horses and she went out one morning and every horse was dead and had been electrocuted by short in for automatic electric wiring system. And the only reason she didn't wasn't lying dead with those forces because percents strange reasons. He had the impression to put on some rubber gloves before she went out. And rubber gloves saved her life informed installations so that she wasn't shocked killed. So that's that's that's what we want to do is is make drinking water as safe as we can for animals. We just don't like standing water and the consequences of standing water more of the consequences of electricity. And that's really our our emphasis with our company is to create a safe way for animals to drink. And we've been trying to do this for twenty years and help animals and promote grazie greater safety for the animals on one thing of like. I know I never really think about too much. But you know emptying my bird baths and keeping the water clean. I mean because it's awful lot of bacteria and things can get in water and I don't suppose that's good for the birds. No no it. Is you know bird baths or or you know if you clean cleaning that regularly and I'm sure you do but they're probably some people just don't have the time or just forget about it and then especially in the summer when the sun beats down on that water. That's when the house he starts to form and create it causes Collector for bacteria in the Speedo some other other tests and as well as Drinking fountains for rodents. Now you also say that when it comes to the farm animals and and you know you talk about horses piece of maple several horses that they use for personal riding and and some other animals that you sh- you should avoid sharing a at. What did you mean by sharing equipment? they can harm farm animals. Well if you had one animal that's infected you. You need to isolate that animal. And and then in secretaries in water than in secretary is so that It's just like are the social distancing that we're experiencing right now is that animals need to have that social distancing or you know if one of the stick there's needs to be isolated sharing equipment of the same and getting all the yes six animals using the same equipment it can be hazardous to all the other animals is. The effective is drinking the same people equipment. That's mainly there now at your animal advocate an entrepreneur you're president of CEO Varvara a horse and livestock drinkers so How does the Barb are a Horse Lice. Talk drinker work to eliminate problems that farm animals to have because it is quite amazing. This how does it work? Well the the whole concept is is the the R units do not have standing water and so what that means is when the animal walks up to any of our units. There's no water in the bowl drinking at all it's anti and it requires them to push on a paddle just like Human Water Fountain. Turn a little off to bring water up the end wall pass to push on paddle in the water comes up instantly and they're drinking instantly and when they're done drinking their habit is to pull their head so when they pull their head they turn the water off so they turn the water on it during the off when they're drinking remaining water in that bowl dreams back down into the ground. Leaving people seem so. How long do you take battle that and get a patent for? Will it's just We started this many many years ago. That twenty five years ago and it took it took about a year research to figure out the concept and how we were going to make it work and A fellow by the name. The frank fraudulent is now passed away Came up with the concept. He was just a cowboy that had many experiences animals and had some horses that were being electrocuted. And he told himself. That's the end of that. And so he went back of. He's barn and went to work and so it took about a year. Research can get things going and then took two or three years after that to refine the product and make it so it was really workable and manufacturable. Kind of amazing does because you're Horse Life Doctrine Curry Megyn here this. There's no water left which they usually would be For to freezing and winter or you hot summer and it's not there to grow out Cayenne mosquito eggs so It's a great Protection really and You standing water can 'cause a lot of harm for a lot of people both An farm animals. So I WANNA thank you for being on the show and Kane telling our listeners about some ways it can be used to get rid of stagnant water and reduce the risk of people. Pets arrived stock getting ill for various viruses and and that Syria and finding can you give us the name of your website where you can find out more about the automatic waters. You advantage that run without electricity and allow farm Ams really have no electricity passing through their water in the manager season and always have fresh clean water to drink and that something all of us could have certainly are wild. Animals are far. Ma'am south. Thank you and what your website. Oh thank you carol. The website is. Www DOT horse winker. That's David Anderson. The president and CEO of Bar Bar a company that produces automatic livestock drinkers. The conversation was conducted by the host and founder of our program. Carol marks coming up next another installment of MEG with Meg McDonald. When it touchy gray. The talk show. Grownups continues in just a moment. We live in what is often described as toxic stew. There's water and air pollution as well as unhealthy food additives and processing. We eat breathe and reversed and all kinds of scary chemicals that foreign to our delegate biological systems. They're really not to mention the constant pressure and stress. We face in daily life and little time for exercise work work work emails and texts to answer greasy high caloric fast food on the run. Run run and constant bombard mentally alone. Nobody was your spam and just stinking scams the winter so many of us have bone and joint problems as well as weight and blood sugar issues. It's no wonder we often feel fatigued and down right now Z. Okay listen here's a possible solution to counter act this terrible imbalance. Be Sure to visit this website. Here's the address of all they're gonNA say at once in this message. Www DOT radio minerals dot com and Dunkin spent twenty six years as a radio talk show producer in her new book. Yuppie days behind the scenes with losers Schmoozer boozers and losers. She shares her adventures in the trenches of big time. Talk Radio during the changing backdrop of America's pre and post nine eleven realities. This exciting story includes Bernadette suppressions of the Quirky celebrity talk show hosts Sushi served during her career. Larry King Sally Jesse Raphael Gil Gross. Tom Snyder Lou Dobbs Charles. Osgood and more. It's full of anecdotes about hundreds of high profile guests from media. Show business and politics. Also Quirky Ego driven and neurotic Yuppie days behind the scenes with losers Schnauzers boozers losers and analytical. Look at the media. Journalism and complex nature of Ego get it now. Amazon dot com back. Pain doesn't take vacations hid never celebrate holidays. It's job twenty four seven to keep your life exactly where it is in limbo but it doesn't have to be that way because laser spine institute can help you take back here. Live from chronic neck and back paying with less than one inch incision our minimally invasive procedures have provided relief over sixty thousand patients with a ninety seven percent patient satisfaction rate. So get ready to stand tall and live the life you imagine for yourself without pain. Are you or a loved one suffering from a bulging disc herniated disc spinal stenosis pinched nerve or degenerative disk disease? Call hours fine care consultants now for a no cost. Mri Review and to learn more. It signed US say goodbye. Chronic neck and back pain. What have you got to lose lasers institute the leader in minimally invasive spine surgery call eight five five seven three? Oh back eight five five seven three Oh back. Eight five five seven three Oh back. That's eight five five seven three O b. a. c. k. Jane and saying own continuing now with a touch of grey the talk show of grownups on Michael Harrison and the anchor chairs will come to the final segment of our our and in the background. You hear one of the Great Classic Rock Songs from the Early Seventies David Bowie. One of its first really big. Hits changes lookout rock and rollers. Someday you'RE GONNA get older speaking of changes speaking of getting older Meg McDonald. Who Does the Popular Feature Meg here on? A touch of grey and talkers live dot com. She's here to talk about changes that come with putting on an extra minute at a time so the other afternoon. I'm walking in my Studio City Neighborhood Ventura Boulevard and everyone else walking is passing me by and I thought Where's everyone going in such a hurry? Then I realized it's not so much. They're moving fast. I'm moving slow so I started paying attention to my face and guesstimate my speed was somewhere between saunter and Mosey. Well this is different. I used to be a double time stepper. Now I'm a slow Lane Walker. When did this happen? Interesting thing about changes that come with maturing you either don't notice them at first because through so gradual or they just appear like that. Crick crack in your back. That wasn't there yesterday. And while we can't deny some changes we can work around and share with you one. I do myself when I look in the mirror. I take my glasses off and I can honestly say that looking back at me. Who will honey without my glasses? You're holding up okay. But sometimes there's no denial no work around and no getting past the reality. That time has passed. I got one of those reality checks in the mail last week and not the kind you can cash. My New Auto Club card arrived and my membership is so old. It could have grandchildren. What is it about time it? Either drags on or Zooms by remembering school watching the clock on the wall and wishing it would go faster now we look back on those days and say where did the years go. We all become members of the aging club. We just join at different times. And while we do our best to keep our youthful looks and physical stamina as the great philosopher George Harrison said. All things must pass so with. Time is unstoppable and changes in Evansville. Let'S NOT BE MON getting older. Let's be okay with it. Let's lean into it. Growing older has its privileges. And we get things we didn't use to get. Say It with me senior discount and while there's no getting around that time has passed and we may look a little different on the outside inside where still us. Well that certainly is a reassuring. Thought thank you. Meg McDonald and another installment of Meg. If you want to binge listen to meg can do so at. Www DOT talkers. Live Dot Com. That does it for this broadcast and I WANNA thank. Carol marks are host and founder when a thanked. Wayne do the junior producer on the front line. All our affiliates across the country and certainly you our listeners. Have all of us on Michael Harrison in the Anchor Chair inviting you to join us again here next weekend on this great talk radio station for another installment of a touch of grey the talk? Show for Broncos

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