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05:54 min | 4 months ago

"808 590957" Discussed on WJR 760

"Inviting you to call in with your questions at 808 590957. Again. That number is 808 590957. Dr calendar over the break, And since that we started the show. I've been fascinated by the fact that I feel that all patients out their potential patients, listeners are being dripped. They're not. They're still 600,000 people dying every year of heart attack except this year. Well, what's happening this year? They all died from Covid. Yes, well, covid whatever Covid took some of them, but there's still next year once we get back on track. We don't see any lessening of the numbers. We haven't seen lessening of the numbers, but the fact of the matter is The technology exists in this country. The ability to prevent heart attack and stroke all together permanently erase it Don doesn't exist anymore. And nobody is feeding this. Information into doctors and doctors are not doing the necessary tests. They're not doing the necessary tests and what Well, it's not fair patients are being gypped. What is the average patient? Do that's out there. They're relying on the God factor of their doctor, the cardiologist or endocrinologist, a specialist. They're bumping around in the In the medical industry, but basically they're just sitting and waiting until they get the disease. Right. And then you can do anything about it. You know? Funny. You should mention that because Someone called the station today to say Hey, I have an urgent called it after calendar and you know, we've called the person and their, um you know the regular listeners of the show. And they called us from the emergency room. And you know, so calling on behalf of their husband there in the hospital, there's some lung issues. And you know we're happy to help. But That's not prevention. That's reaction, right? Exactly. You know, All right. We'll see you when you get out of the hospital. Um, you know, we're a preventive practice where I'm not jumping in in the middle of a crisis. Unless you're already established patient. Frankly, we don't have crises in our patients, right? That's right. We're calming because you prevent heart attack and stroke. That's what your practice is all about. And and my patients can reach me and they come in, and we take care of them in the office and not in the emergency room. Right. So you know to call and go. Oh, I better call after calendar because we're in a crisis. It just doesn't make any sense, right? Exactly. I mean, that was kind of a big surprise. I got that notice as well. Like somebody's calling wjr to find out. How do they get a hold of colander right now? We're in a crisis, and sadly, there's nothing you can do about it when the patients in the hospital well, it's a It's recognizing that prevention is coming in when you're okay. So right and stop things from happening that wait for some, so you don't wind up. Oh, crap Now I didn't not not. What do we do it anyway? Chabon's gotta call. Yes, we actually have a caller from Florida and we have Linda on the line from Florida. Linda, What's your question? Actually, I don't have a question. I just I'm really enjoying the show and I just wanted to interject. That medicine reimburses more for procedures and for prevention, Um, you know, as a position if you perform procedures, you know you can spend less time and get more money. Then you're going to get sitting and talking to a patient about what they're eating. And what kind of exercise they're getting. And are they getting enough sleep and you know all of the other things that are extremely important with prevention. I mean, plus, you know, get it try to get a coronary calcium score that's not covered by insurance that gives you information that is really pertinent. So I just wanted to make that comment because I just love what you're talking about. And I hope enough people are getting a chance to hear this. Don't know where you're at in Florida. I've been called garden. You know me? Okay. Linda, our friend Linda. Oh, God. Linda. Jesus went down different. Wait a minute. On the air. Listen, Dr Linda, wait a minute. She's an MD specialist in her own right. Famous. Linda is an incredible doctor. My God. Totally fabulous. Incredible. Everybody should go to her if you're in Palm Beach. But you're absolutely right. No, I um and, um and you're you've got like a double specialty was made, which makes you even more special. So, But thanks for making those comments, But go ahead, doctor colonized. Thanks for calling doctor Doctor, and we'll hopefully see again soon. So you're absolutely right. Health prevention is not covered by insurance and the health care system is about identifying diseases. Because billing codes are attributed to diseases that you already have. There really aren't billing codes where preventive procedures that we do in the office or testing that we do. Can be applied to insurance. So that's why a lot of these things, although they're not very costly, are just not covered. Um, you The health care system right now is all about treating end stage disease. You know, your bones are broken, you know, will replace the joint. Your organs failing will give you a new one. You know you've had dementia. Let's make a drug that costs $50,000 a year after you have dementia, nothing about stopping you from having dementia. And Ann Marie, you mentioned it's not so much that technology is there. It's more about having the will to recognize that this is a broad approach that has to be taken. That it's not about. Well, I have a lung problem. I need a lung. Doctor. I have a sleep problem. I need a.

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"808 590957" Discussed on WJR 760

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07:12 min | 4 months ago

"808 590957" Discussed on WJR 760

"Listeners to call in with your questions at 808 590957. Again. That's 808 590957. So, Dr calendar over the break we're talking about why it is We need to get more of these covid test when you come back into the country and what's going on with vaccines? Well, I mean, can we talked on Facebook a little bit, but the real issues. You're leaving a country that may not have a high level of vaccination and immunity, you know, coming here so You're more a risk to come in with covid. Then not. You know, if you were just here I was the plane does everything to do with it. But that being said common sense is before the plane. I was fine. You should be okay not to get another test, you know, and all those swabs are just not can't be good for us either. The irony here is the appointment I was trying to get was with the board certified medical doctor and his job is to see people regardless of whether you had covid tests or not. Doctors do whatever they want to do, and if that's what he wants to do, then that's his prerogative while their office said that they were following the CDC guidelines, and they were mandated to follow the CDC guidelines. Is that true? Well. I kind of do what I wanna do, you know, and so I follow common sense, and so if they want to stand behind, something that doesn't make any sense, and that's their prerogative to do and you have to go get another test. If that's who you want to see it. It's your choice to go that doctor. I don't like their policies and I'm gonna go find another doctor. Everyone's got a choice. Just like everyone has a choice to get vaccinated or NACA vaccinated. Now, the question is, we're talking about companies requiring vaccination to return to work. And You know, I've got a mixed feeling about it because, you know, we talked about this hospital and Texas sets. You know, firing or suspending, You know a couple 100 employees who refused to get vaccinated and they made it a requirement to be vaccinated. In fact, I have a friend who's an attorney who required vaccination of his You know, small staff. He literally turned his back and two of them left. He walked out of his office when he said it's mandatory vaccination. Um It's It's a tough call. I think if you work in health care, the patients expect you to be vaccinated. And that's how I feel. I might be wrong, but I feel like patients expect me to be vaccinated and I'm still pro vaccine. So, um It's unfortunate that it requires You know that people be mandated, You know to me It's a question of education. So go Oh, yeah, I was going to ask you Let me ask you a question is to clarify. So if you are vaccinated and you you get covid. Let's say, Are you shutting less virus as it less likely for you to transmit it? To the same degree because I'm trying to. You're saying that people expect workers in health care to be vaccinated, But they could still theoretically get covid while being vaccinated from patients that come in and out. Correct, correct. So if they do get it, are they then shedding less virus to potentially other people? Because they're vaccinated? Yes. Okay, so there Less at risk developed a complication of covid, and they're less at risk to share or spread the covid to somebody else. So to me, it's I mean, I've had several patients who don't want to be vaccinated. And some of them. That's the main reason. They do not feel comfortable like they just don't about what? Where they they're not. They don't like the novel concept of it that whether it's the RNA or to the DNA. It's a new Delivery method. It's a new mechanism for the cell to generate immunity, the or their mean, So if that's the question, I think I'm able to convince people to get the vaccine. A lot of people feel that it's the government is hiding things in the vaccine. They just don't trust it. They think that more time needs to be spent to make sure there isn't a long term complication. There's a variety of reasons People are skeptical, but again. Don't blame them. The way information is being disseminated by the government through the media, and the way information is being Disseminated by the government through the actions of our government officials. So when you have You know, just random. Actions by people in power. You don't know what to do You know when the president on TV wearing a mask You know, and a zoom call and the whole Congress has been vaccinated. But the speakers wearing a mask and mandating mask wearing In Congress and that some of the city's is saying So when the government's going against Science. I can understand why people are very confused. Well, you know, were confused and we're professionals. Doctors are giving different recommendations. They're doing what they want to do to protect themselves to the way they see fit. Think it's really sad that people who don't want to get vaccinated have all these. What I would call hysterical reasons for why they don't want to get vaccinated. Which most of them are ridiculous. So you've got patients who come in and tell you We haven't had the whether it's the FDA approval or the time to find out whether this is a good or bad vaccine, But okay, you can get covid and die in two weeks. So that's the bigger risk, right? And when you explain to that way that their risk of getting covid is much more serious than than any problem from the vaccine, then, like, okay, I'll go get the vaccine. Mhm. It's unfortunate that people feel so misled, though. I think that's really the problem. Or just you know that there's a unclear information or signals, you know. Well, it's it is unfortunate. And unfortunately the whole thing's politicized and we've got no guidance, and it depends what channel you're watching and who you listen to. And so it's really sad and you know, here we are trying to educate people but also recognizing that people have a choice. Still in this for now, in this country to decide whether or not you want to be vaccinated. Um, but there will not be heard immunity until more people not being vaccinated. Choose to get vaccinated, even if it's one shot. Now, the good news is we learned that one shot of the Mrna whether it's Pfizer, Moderna gives you over 80% coverage phenomenal. We thought it was a lot less..

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"808 590957" Discussed on WJR 760

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09:28 min | 5 months ago

"808 590957" Discussed on WJR 760

"At 808 590957 again. That's 808 590957. Back from the break and all the controversial argumentation that we did on Facebook live comes to a halt, Dr Colin Or what were we talking about? Well, it's much more fun on Facebook problem with having this conversation on Facebook is we want to get all right. We're gonna You know, Facebook is going to censor it and You know, we'll be done. So you know, But it is. What we're talking about is way more just saying I think we should say you know why I am re rest and why should we be upset of China? For flubbing, You know a scientific experiment when United States paid for it. Who said they flopped it. They probably didn't flop it at all. The pretty smart over there who said that he was said they flubbed it. All they're saying is the accusation right now is that the perhaps the virus was Light out of the lab. They're released out of the lab there, but fortunately, some guy Left the imprint of life. The sequence of the You know what the sequence of the virus was so that we were able to save the day. Well, maybe you know, letting the virus out of the lab is a mistake. You know, that's that's the error and you know, so we were talking about how the blame in our country is going to Dr Fauci. For funding the lab that created this virus, which may or may not have any real life benefit other than is a biological weapon. On You know, why are we funding Chinese lab? That's going to do something to harm us. Not don't do it anymore and quit funky bashing. I mean, he can't be held responsible. It wasn't his money. It didn't come out of private enterprise. It wasn't his money. It was the American government's money. They hired fire Chief, but she sent it over to China. Okay, get your own researchers here and do it here. A lot of smart people here. Well, that is the point We talked on Facebook is why are we outsourcing our research? Why not do the research here? We do have a lot of researchers. Why not put this into the hands of Americans? Why is the government paying other countries to do research that we're funding upgrade? Don't they? Have they? Don't tell me China needs our money to research. What's the reason? We don't know the answer. What's the reason to United States of fun Chinese medical research? The answer, and I don't know. Well, so we're outside the area of my expertise. You know, where were you know we like I like the controversy. It's fun to talk about, but I don't have the answer to this. You know what's the political drive for? For the United States of Fund? A Chinese medical lab in China has a ton of money and they have a ton more researchers and as you said on break They're cheaper to work for. Well, that's the point. Research don't make money here and you can go to magic. You can get a PhD in bacteriology and this country and medical degree anymore unless you're rich without going into 3 to $500,000 in debt. And how are you supposed to pay that off Getting a getting a government job for 50 or 60 or $70,000 doesn't work, so they're gonna outsource it. Well, the scientist still exist in our country. Not a lot. I mean, not, but not a lot, because if there were a lot, you wouldn't hand it out. Well, if that's the answer that we just don't have enough, then that money should be going toward educating our people exactly and not sending the research money overseas, exactly invested in educating our American students to achieve this level of education's we don't outsource it to China. Exactly where the door doesn't work in the lab. And then then the virus gets out. I mean, you know, it's Z. Whatever that may be. Well, The question I guess is right now is. Is it important because the most important thing is saving lives, preventing the spread of covert They've done a great job of getting the vaccines out. Everybody. Most people have had the vaccines. More people are getting the vaccines. I mean, you know what? What's life frustrated to clean up this mess, But there is a lesson to be learned. About. Let's not let it happen again. That's what you're saying, and that's why they're having news stories in the morning about what happened, and Wu Ham, you know it's important to know what happened so that we can prevent it from happening again. And you know what everyone's asking is if it was an innocent mistake that allow the virus to get out. Why didn't the Chinese government let everyone know? Why was it left to? You know, some heroic Chinese doctor to, you know, let the world know what that you know what the genetic makeup of this virus was so they could quickly make a vaccine. You know, Speaking of vaccines. Among the impression they're using a Chinese made vaccine in India, which is why they're having so many problems over there. Um You know this a true story? I don't know. Okay, but I mean, you're just under the impression. Well, that's we talked about last show for a minute. But the fact that we were able to generate a vaccine so quickly, based on information put online by a rogue Chinese Chinese scientists. You know who's vanished? So any Chinese doctor who went public with the president, you know that that this virus is out there and it's been escaped The city. It's okay. They're gone. Uh huh. So China's hiding something there's something the hide and That's the problem. You've got to be able to recognize that a country is acting malevolently they're making. You know they did something in the lab that's dangerous, and then didn't let the world knows if they're really doing this for the benefit of the world. Letting people learn about you know viruses of that It can fight them well, then, when there's a problem, not telling the world is not really in everyone's best interest. So lesson learned here is that from now on all the research is going to be done here and that you're going to pay for the education to turn out as many researchers as you need to do what they're able to do in China, so this won't happen again. There's a lot of that can be extrapolated to every industry in the world. We should be making our own, you know, pp. We should be making our own about the thank you didn't have masks here. How about that? That's a look of 10 Cent item that anybody could have thrown together and people were wandering around with scarves. You were wandering around with mufflers. You know, T shirts wrapped around the front of their face because for the first three months, you guys didn't even have dubbed masks. Well, we should be making our own semiconductors. You know, we should be. We shouldn't be dealing with a any problem that's integral to our economy. Because we can't get the products from overseas more the number one biggest manufacturing country in the world. We should be making everything that we need on our own. Not relying on anybody. We have all the resource is we have everything. We're just not making it here. We should be making our own re agents for drug testing. We should be making our own re agents for drugs. We should be making our own. Jim. You know generic drugs. This should not be outsourcing of the country. We have the ability to do it. People need work here. Exactly. People need to work. All of this should be brought in. There's no reason for us to be reliant on another country the way we are, and that's another thing that Cove ID exposed. Not just that we're not prepared. In terms of prevention. We're not probably were not prepared for protective equipment. We weren't prepared to recognize on outside threat, but we do not. We've let all of our industry leave the country. We've become dependent on that should not be happening. So we old the turnaround then tow one scientist in China who registered the sequence of the virus where it could be accessible. We could find out advisor jumped on and Madonna jumped on it, and that's how We got the vaccine so quickly. Otherwise it would be a horrific menace right? It would be, and I'm still curious. Where are the other 100 vaccine candidates? You know when work speed started, you know, over 100 opera. Different vaccines were being made around the world. You know where they were down to three. Yeah, That's right. You know what? I'm just curious. What happened? All these other vets have its own studies. I mean, now there, move point. Although not for other countries. You gotta give the United States credit. You know, we're fully vac were highly vaccinated and the rest of world is screwed. Now we're very fortunate from that point of view, and everyone should get vaccinated. That's for sure. Unfortunate love to take a quick break. You are listening to a special live broadcast from the studios of Startup Nation and done time Birmingham. If you have a specific question the subject we're discussing tonight and you would like to talk to the doctor directly. Please call us at 808 590957 again..

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"808 590957" Discussed on WJR 760

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09:03 min | 6 months ago

"808 590957" Discussed on WJR 760

"Again. That's 808 590957 Shivani of a collar. Yes. So we have a couple now, actually, let's start with Leo in Dexter. Leo. What's your question? Hi. Thank you for having me on. I am, uh against I've decided I do not want to get vaccinated. And, um do you want to hear is part of this to hear some of my reasons. Well, you have to be quick. His time is short. Please. Okay, I'll be quick. I'm skeptical of the M R. N a Uh, in the vaccine, and to me this statistics. It's not, uh, fully fully fully tested, and I'm skeptical of it. And I think my chances of are very remote of getting, uh, the virus and I'm choosing not to risk getting the vaccine. Well, let me just ask you a quick question. Why do you think, Leah? Why do you think that your risk is so remote? What do you base that on statistics? I think I've looked at in Michigan. I've looked at the fatality rate, which is, you know, maybe 1/10 of 1%. But I've also read, uh, about the potential side effects and negatives of the vaccine being about The same percentage. So I'm personally choosing to take the vaccine. Well, Leo, I'm gonna jump in and I'm gonna say a few things. Number one is I honor your choice, but The statistics you mentioning are wrong on both ends. It's much less likely that you're going to die from Kobe. You said 1/10 of a percent. It's probably ah 1000th of a percent that you're gonna die from Cove it it's way less than attentive, represent. Um, the problem with Cove it is that if you get Cove ID, you have a high probability of having a chronic illness caused by the inflammation generated by the virus. As far as the Emory any vaccine. I'm not against a Mornay vaccines. I'm against the DNI Vaccines. The MRT Vaccines Act. Don't take this the wrong way. They act in a similar way to the virus, which is a good thing. They tell your body to make an antibody to the vet to the to the weak part of the virus the way the virus would without causing harm to your body. So, um, it's a iving. This is a good vaccine. Um, it was established during warp speed. So if you have any questions about the political nature of it, it was, you know, that's when it was established. You shouldn't Asses far as whether or not you think you're safer, not based on statistics. You know, we really take a personalized approach to health care. Unfortunately, Leo, you have no idea how you would handle Cove it so I would encourage you to get in Emory New vaccine. If you want to call me after the show, please do But I'm in favor of vaccinations. But I under the people that choose not to We have another caller. Yeah, we do. So up next we have pat in Ohio pad. What's your question? Um Good evening, doctors. Evening. Mike. My question or statement or whatever. I guess my understanding is Uh, I believe I'd actually had Cove ID. Before it was even announced. And, uh, it had been November. Again. Probably probably 2019. No chance. It's late. Okay. No chance You had covert in 20. Okay? We tested a lot of cable early on. Well, no well back over that early. Okay and the saying Moses, I was told by doctors. We have no test to tell if you had it or not. At that time because For six months, You know, even through Mid last year's well, we have we can't test to see if you've had it. All we could tell. All we could do is test to see if you have it. Um, so that that was a question. Well, um I let me ask you a question. So we did testing in our office very early in the covert process. So in a few hours, the show back then. We had antibody testing in April. And so we had a open thing that the show we were you come in. We invited, you know non members or practice to come and get covert testing and in mid April And anyone who had exposure in mid March or later. That was positive. They had Cove it anyone who thought they had Cove it from I'm gonna say mid February or early. Do not the only person I think had Cove in mid February and later You know, our mid February is my wife because she tested positive and was exposed in Florida in mid February. But no one who tested who had thinks had exposure. Part of them came back positive. So we we did have the tests. Granted. I didn't do a population study, but zero people had covert testing at that time. Well, go give accident anyway, I would encourage you to get the Madonna of the Pfizer. And it will protect you. It does not matter whether not yet. Cove. It Getting the vaccine gives you additional immunity. It's better to get the vaccine than to get covert. Because Colbert can cause complications. The vaccine doesn't And that's that's I'll continue to recommend that That's a good point. Shiran. Do you have a Facebook? Yes, I was going to jump in and say this question is actually about, uh, test not so much testing but treatment. So someone says we've heard a lot about vaccines lately, but not as much about treatment for active cases of covert 19. I've seen treatment protocols on the Internet, recommended by various positions says, such as the Eye Mask Protocol, which includes Ivor Mactan, and the combination of zinc and Course eaten. I believe. What are your thoughts on these protocols? What do you advise your patients who contracted covert 19 but aren't sick enough to require hospitalization. Well right now there are some monoclonal antibody therapies that are available through the emergency room. S so if you have cove, it In your tested positive in your sick, I actually would recommend going the emergency room because the hospitals have access to He's you know it, Z another version of run general on so if you'll recall, the president got run General on which is an antibody therapy. And We can go conspiracy quickly, and I will so again these other So I think that I've ever met in is a great prophylactic If you want to take it to prevent getting coverted and taking I ever met in on a regular basis. Right now. The iving. This antibody therapy is phenomenal. I've had patients get it Who I thought would have done very poorly with Cove it and they got better the next day like nothing ever happened. So with that in mind, I wouldn't Would just go get the antibiotic therapy and it's phenomenal. So we have Coben and you're sick. Go get it as far as he's Ivor meant and treatments. They might be Okay. You know, the problem is, if they're not, you're in big trouble because you let a lot of days go by on a therapy that didn't help and You know, I used I used Still go the ER After a drastic chloroquine. Maybe we started too late. Maybe they were just nervous and they went but I have not used a lot of Ivor Minton. Just patients haven't wanted it, and I had a couple bad side effects with patients on Ivor. Imagine, actually, so I'm a little leery of it, although I recognize the data's positive So they're getting a stronger treatment. If they go to the hospital is what you're saying that it was a rodeo. Yeah, What's available right now is great. I mean, it's really potent. Alright, let's come back and talk.

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09:17 min | 6 months ago

"808 590957" Discussed on WJR 760

"Call in with your questions that 808 590957. Again. That's 808 590957 Shivani. Here. You have some collar? Yes, We have two callers on the line right now. Let's start with Danny and Fenton. Danny with your question. Yeah. Trenton, Michigan. Have I had to I've had two stents put in my widow maker said so 14 and went to the doctor yesterday. She ordered all kinds of different tests, and I'm on different pills like Plavix and live a tour and, uh, what else? Blazek and this true Overall, she's Flomax and Yeah, and then she coming scheduled for pulmonary function test. Global and prostate specific energy in your analysis. That and an M R. I am my brain. My bad shape. Yes. I mean, it sounds like you need Ah lot of attention in while you're alive. It's still possible to improve your health significantly. You know, none of those tests are going to identify inflammation of your arteries and provide a target of care. That will give us some direction. I'm not saying you don't need those tests, but those air tests that are looking for End stage problems, You know? Did you have a stroke? Do you have prostate cancer? Um, you know they're not. I don't thereto look at activity of the process. And can we slow the activity down? There aren't any markers that that we can use to follow over time? S o. You know you're on a lot of meds, and it's not really fair for me to give you Ah, you know, assessment, not knowing you, but, um, you know those air. Those were things that get done. When you know you're not a lot of issues, so it's never too late, But you do need some direction and how Tonto find all of the different root causes of your problem and address them and then you can get somewhere. It's amazing how many people are overwhelmed on over. I don't know. I guess overmedicated. You listen to callers like that. And you think about Oh, my gosh, This guy doesn't even know what's going on with all the chest getting he's not on a bad group of drugs for what he described but You know, there's still needs to be more going on. You know, they're just need to beam or disease identification for him. Yeah. Shivani of another color dress up. Next we have Dan in Lang's Berg. Dan, What's your question? Yes, a couple years ago, I Went in to my work's medical and it When I woke up in the morning, it felt like my knees were hyper extended because I was Starting a new job, and they X rayed my leg. And in the veins, and he he showed it to me. There was a plaque build up. No, the doctor. I want to see a specialist. And he told me to take a baby bear aspirin. Will that help that out? Well, great, You know, then this opens a ball can of worms that you called to talk about aspirin anyway, So if you have plaque And you did have plaque identified. So I'm going to say if they saw plaque. It was probably your arteries and not the veins because they wouldn't give you Aspirin for Venus calcifications. You don't really see those in the veins or more in the arteries. So what you need to know? And this is what you need to hear is that if you have calcium deposits in the arteries of your legs, you have calcium deposit everywhere. And you need to learn, you know all of the things that are causing you to have plaque. And people that have you no symptoms of poor circulation, their legs that represents fairly advanced disease, and you need a full evaluation right away. But taking aspirin is good because aspirin stopped you from having Rhombus formation. If a plaque rupture occurs, which is what causes sudden event, so I'm in favor of the aspirin. But it's not even the tip of the iceberg of all of the things that you need to do. So what would you recommend? You know what? It's like What you tomorrow should do Tomorrow. I would do the crowded into the media thickness test, which is an ultrasound in your neck that looks at the thickness of the wall of your artery, too. Gauge that the level of disease it's a numerical measurement of the layers of the art of the wall, and that's something we can follow. Over time. I would get inflammation blood work that measures the process of inflammation. Would do what we need to do. Lab or wise to identify other root causes. Do you have sleep apnea? Do you have insulin resistance? Are you pre diabetic? You know our their genetic markers of predispose you Spend a lot of time talking to you about your lifestyle and how we can improve your lifestyle to prevent you from having more plaque build up. On Ben. Follow, you know, put a plan in place and follow it. So you know, that just summed up like a two hour office visit. Yeah, well, for anyone listening, you know if your doctor isn't doing some of these tests, or you'd like further guidance you can always call 866 Colander. That's 866 K zero l e N D E R Because you know, like we said, A lot of the things we talk about here aren't happening in your normal doctor's office. Well, but what happened? This gentleman is really typical. Oh, there's plaque take this. Take that. You're okay. But the CME t. He can't go back. I'm not necessarily. We don't know. Well, that doctor has no idea what I said. I mean, most doctors don't know what the same T is because they're not trained in prevention. It's not It's a screening test. So the coverages and great on day if not great, if it covered it all on teaching and medical slowly, right, right friend of mine that's in medical school. I talked to her last night, she said. What is the CME? T. And she just come through the cardiology? Whatever rotation And she had to look it up in medical school and a very good medical procedures. Medical school really prestigious, exactly. I hate to say it, but the things that we're doing in our office for probably 20 years at a time, right 20 years. And you know, when 20 years will be another 20 years ahead, So, um, yeah, it's you know, you got a typical recommend, you know, advice. Oh, here's this plaque here. Take this. And you know not enough education to give you the tools to make sure that you're healthy and because of Dr threw something at me and said, Take this. This is what you need. You think you're fine because that's what you were told. There's I mean, it's literally barely the tip of the iceberg of all the things that we need to do to make sure that you're safe and healthy. The rest of your life. You're at very high risk. So obviously he needs to start off by getting a CME T parents of that He starts somewhere right and he needs somebody knows what to do with these results. You know, we've gotten callers over the year to about their test results, and there Just like this guy. Oh, I had a test result. It shows I got plaque. You know, what's the answer? It's nothing. I mean, the aspirin's not a bit. Of course you got to take aspirin. You know, but it's not. It's nothing. He basically got, you know the least amount of advice possible. So the aspirin's not helping any. No, it is because people die from heart attacks or have strokes because plaque ruptures within the artery wall. And the body's response is a form of rhombus, which is the plot to heal that plaque rupture the clot blocks. The clot is what blocks flowing causes the events. Aspirins stops the platelet connection so that the clot doesn't form so you're prevented there, but you're doing nothing. He's doing nothing to stop additional plaque from building up. Or he's not doing anything to identify all of his personal triggers to making plaque. And so that's a lot of work. It's a lot of work a lot of time with the patient. Ah lot of testing, and then he's got to follow through with the recommendations and advice. Obviously there's not a pill or want a cure all for everything here. In any event, we're going to seek quick break If you're listening to a special live.

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WJR 760

01:45 min | 9 months ago

"808 590957" Discussed on WJR 760

"J R. That's 808 590957. And I say it was 6:24 a.m. that makes a time for Joe gunman's top of mind topics. And today's top of mind subjects is the same as it was yesterday, because I think it's that important. I have people. By the dozens who send me emails every week day and every weekend. And some of these problems occur with their major appliances. Because of what we called a power surge. You may never know you had a power surge, but it effects all the electron IX in your home. It affects the motors that are on refrigerator, washing machine clothes, dryer and so forth. Power surge can hurt those major things in your home. And you may have a surge protector that you have sitting on the floor where you have cords plugged into it. On my way of thing is that I don't think they're worth a pinch of prunes. Get yourself Ah, Whole House search protectorate installed at your fuse box that does the job and prevents power surges. And we do have an advertiser on this show who installs him and I just found out the other day they install them at such a reasonable price. That I've had fun for years and the home in Northville. I'm going to have one installed very soon..

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WJR 760

02:34 min | 10 months ago

"808 590957" Discussed on WJR 760

"I think I'll go with a card again. Yep, even easier than that. And with our top rated app, you can bank any time anywhere, making capital one and even easier decision That's banking re imagine what's in your wallet. New consumer accounts only. Approval required terms. Apply Capital One and a member of the I. C. Welcome to this special edition of the Dr Nina's radio show. I'm your host, and Marie Cronin. I'm here tonight talking with Dr Joseph Nemeth and board certified periodontist inside Field, Michigan. Dr Nemeth is without discussing his state of the art clinic. The latest treatments and periodontal care on the relationship between gum disease and many systemic diseases from cardiac disease to the prevention of Alzheimer's. If you have a question for the doctor on the topics we're discussing tonight, Please call us at 808 590957 again. That's 808 590957. Dr Nemeth. Welcome to the show. We're so privileged to have you here we know and the struggle that we're still in the middle of covert 19. So many people are still afraid that people with pre existing conditions. What can you tell us about the relationship between gum disease and covert? And what do people need to know? Well, you know, it's very interesting because our focus about gum disease in the past used to be Well, if you have gum disease, you could lose your teeth. Well, certainly you can. If you have gotten disease, you could lose your teeth. But now I think the focus is really shifted largely to not only would gum disease can do to your teeth in your mouth, but what it could do to your body. Almost every organ in your body is affected by the bacteria that cause gum disease. Those bacteria get into your bloodstream. They affect every part of your body. They call they cause what's called an inflammatory reaction or inflammatory response throughout your body. Increase these bacteria increase your risk of heart attack, stroke, diabetes, arthritis, high blood pressure, all the things that make you more susceptible. To the to the damage from Cove it all of those things that make you more susceptible to damage from the covert virus. Are made more severe if you have Carrie Donnel disease, So your risk of all of those diseases, heart attack, stroke, diabetes, arthritis, pancreatic cancer..

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WJR 760

01:33 min | 10 months ago

"808 590957" Discussed on WJR 760

"Okay. We got 22 machines that were investigated. And those are the only 22 machines that I know of in the whole United States and any of these areas that have been contested that have been checked. And there was fraud found. Isn't that evidence? I mean, what do we need it for? Years ago back four years old just to go with it. They said that Trump colluded with Russia and they spent four years looking into it and found nothing. You're telling me that we can't spend a little bit of time to look into this? And to say if there was fraud or not. I can definitely see it with my eyes. Okay, Joyce, I appreciate the call. Thank you. I'll address some of that up next on the I'm on the side of this break. We'll take it will come back. I'll address some of the points joins. Thank you. 808 590957 After the roadway three Go with Dana Clark. This report is sponsored by Compassion International. It's a new year. But for kids in poverty around the world things they're still desperate. Join compassion with your one time $40 gift to provide a covert relief kid to a family in poverty. Text the word Give 283393 that's give 283393 Not much out there, Chris just looking at construction 96 eastbound between tent like road and 6 96, a single lane closer, scheduled until 3 P.m. on Tuesday Now WJR whether first from the Weather Channel. Sponsored by Coca Clarkston Window and Door over 31 years in business over 450.

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WJR 760

06:54 min | 11 months ago

"808 590957" Discussed on WJR 760

"And we do that now at 808 590957. Let's start things out here in Farmington right now. And Bob, you're going to kick off this segment. Good morning to you. Morning, Frank pressures on pal, You're the lead off, man. All right, well, we're trying to finish our conversation. When we lost the felons. I just wanted to say other items. Events in his deliberately glossing over right now they're trying to reset the machines, the tabulation machines. There's no reason for that. What possible reason can there be to reset the tabulation machines? If if you want to get to the truth of what really took place in the audit? Are you familiar with Thomas More law society? Yes, absolutely. We've had today They come from there. They had a seminar yesterday. And I just got a in this off by saying I really hope that you would invite them on the presentation that they made about the anatomy, the steel of Mark Zucker, Burg and Facebook, the I was blown away and realize just how deeply they were involved in setting up all those Things that happened in the steel states and the still cities to put up the boxes for collection and all the things that went down that way, And they outlined all that. It's mind blowing. Yeah, just just so everybody understands. You're not talking about the Thomas more society was involved with that. You're talking about people like Zuckerberg or involved with it. They did it expose on Zuckerberg and it you know, you wouldn't see it in the main news, but Of course, it's there, and they were bringing the evidence. That's just massive. When you take the tabulation machine that, you know, they just check this machine up in Antrim County found a 60% 68% air raid and the reason if you watch the video what they actually did. How this took place is all the error votes that went through with the tabulator. They got set aside and when they got what they call adjudicated We all got adjudicated for bite it when they say human error as 16. That's that's a lot of errors there, but it shows that there was mass. This was going down a tea set. My family worked at T C s center and the things that they saw it on. There's been so frustrating to try to get through and say things when There's so much suppression that goes on to kind of so well, you know, Judge Kinney said. There was no way see that. But Benson, there is no reason there's no reason for her to suppress all the stuff of everything's opening on the up enough. They do not want those machines exposed. They don't want The word of the this election worker who said they were trained. She was a city engineer for 25 years, and he said, You explain that the conflict that she had been told to do the things that she was told to do. This was told to all the clerks in wing a county when they were taking in. The mail in ballots. They were told to find a way to make everyone and they would change dates. They would find that the signatures match they found a way to make it matches what she said. Is all that in force at the Thomas more website, is it? No time is more society. They were talking about it at the one. I'm speaking of the last part of speaking of Jesse Jacobs, One of Wonder, testified in front of The House committee when Rudy Judith Giuliani was there, and she explained this was this was system white. All the clerks they took in the early mail in votes and they pull them. You know, they were all captain. Then they finally started doing them in September. And she explained how they were told to do them and every single one of them. They had to change the dates on And they always had a date that they mean it's there, and that's why you saving the mother's farm. In my mind. They're always going to be some some irregularities in the election. Okay, there's just too many people they're casting votes in different ways. For that not to happen. The question is, was it enough to turn the tide of pollution? Absolutely it was, And that's the point. You guys talk about being the most informed of audience all of radio. I think we're the most misinformed because these people who have gone it made the statements he learned the people you're having on. You didn't have to go back to get you that poll watchers like packed Colback, who were called back is grateful for that, Frank. I really am. But I'm saying the people who are being called was just an anomaly. Oh, it's just one person know, the mass of the affidavit says you Took look at what it's saying in Armistead Project If you will have them on asked that the scope of this it did steal the election. That part's not some small thing. It's not like, you know, and you say next time it'll be better next election will get no This happened now and there's no reason to wait till next time. If you did, if they did it now it is this blatant and they're getting away Is that what makes anybody think in God's world this whatever. He changed next time. It's not going to get better. Well, I don't think this is going to get changed this time. That's my that's. That's why I said next time it can be. It needs to be addressed. We need to resist it because the fraud is being stamped down in the people are like being like you're doing. You're always just minor, just a small thing. It's not just minor, and it's not just not enough to change election. It's Manson. Nothing to see here, Bob. I appreciate the call. Thank you so much, my friend. We'll talk again. Okay. You take care out the Waterford next, Andy, you're on the Frank Beckmann show. Good morning. Hey, Good morning, Frank. You know, I spoke about the director of National intelligence yesterday on you. Do you know what he does just out of curiosity. What he does. Yeah. I believe you just didn't in charge of collecting all the intelligence information from different agencies. Right. He is actually the oversight of 17 intelligence agencies. And he handles the most secret alter a secret secrets of the United States of America. That's what he does, all right, and where you're going with us. Well today they were supposed to release a report. Based on the election fraud that was happening in the 2020 election. There's one agency that's holding out from the report being released today, and that's the CIA and there's a reason for it. But what they found was China, Russia and Iran headed had a large impact on the election. And that the attack on the Pentagon servers the Treasury Department service, basically the entire United States, Uh, infrastructure on going by the way that it's a shocking to nobody reports this stuff. I'm is tied to would you no back doors, saying China and You know, like, um I mean, there's so much going on. It's hard to articulate it quickly believe, believe me, I'm aware of that, and I'm going to get into it in the last hour of the show a little bit..

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WJR 760

05:11 min | 11 months ago

"808 590957" Discussed on WJR 760

"Welcome back into the program. Everybody 808 590957 is our number. We've talked about a lot of Things that when you really put it in the big scheme of things come across is is really meaningless when we when we consider what this day Really remembers. It isn't remembered. Stay this Monday, December the seventh Every year. We remember what happened when the Japanese pulled off that that surprise attack some cultic cowardly, but it was it was a military attack at Pearl Harbor. On the state of 1941 79 years ago. And that was what led the United States declare war on Japan the very next day and let us to enter World War two s. I just wanted to mention that And thanks to Patrick out Royal Oak, who sent along a note and said, Hey, Just remember this is the anniversary of Pearl Harbor as well And he's absolutely right. That that is what this day is. We should never forget that. Or the brave men and women who who made our country So great bye bye serving in World War two that that is our greatest generation. There's a reason we say that and No. The Japanese with that attack on Pearl Harbor really opened up a lot of eyes and really committed America. Torto to the fight against the evil That was that was a parent over there in Europe. I mean, right will continue here on the Frank Beckmann show and let's welcome in Ah, long time friend. From my days back in the sports world. She's covered the Detroit Red Wings for a little while now, and she's done very well for the Detroit Free press. And she's got a new book out which I got to tell you is really cool. It's called the Big 50 Detroit Red Wings, and it's written by the Lady. On the other end of our wine. The beat writer for the Red Wings for the Free Press. Elaine ST James, who's joining us to talk about the book and I opened it up yesterday. Helen, I gotta tell you, I started reading some of the Mickey Redmond stories and that's later out of the book. But you know it was his dad who told him, he said, and you use he cited in your book always look for the greatness, and that's not just good advice for broadcasters and reporters. Maybe it's good for all of us that at this time in our lives, huh? Welcome to the show. Nice to be back with us. Thank you. I'm very happy to be animal. You will Frank. I agree, 100%, and it was very deliberate that I made that the last message in the book. It's the 50th had chapter. Um, Absolutely, I agree. 100%. It's a good approach to watching hockey. Whether the team is winning Stanley Cups or, you know when winning 17 games like they did last season, and it's a good approach to life and especially Yes, In this incredibly challenging year, I agree on absent looked for the good stuff. Exactly. It's not always easy to find. You know that. I still remember when Steve eyes and it was the captain. I go back to the to this point where When this is in the days when I was working in sports at the station would cover the Red Wings and one day Chris Ilic said. Hey, I want you You got kids, right? So yeah, my daughter loves hockey says why don't you bring into a game and he gave me his seats right on the first roll behind the net at the West End the Joe Louis Arena. Yeah, And it's right behind the net against the glass and the red wings are warming up. And Steve Eisman skates by my little daughter. Next man can't remember. Shoot. She wasn't very old at the time, and he wraps his stick against the glass right in my face. And she goes, Dad. He knows you like, honestly. Yeah, I think part of you know, I am so fortunate. To love what I do, and part of it honestly, is You know my one of my favorite things that any time I've written anything about Gordie Howe, my my mailbox is flooded with people sharing stories off. You know, it seems everybody who who loves the Red Wings has a memorable story about an interaction with Cordy. Similarly with Steve, You know, I think part of what makes the sports so great is how approachable the players are, Um, you know, I just don't think you see the the ego trips. You see another professional sports on DATs part off, you know, I mean, it's just just what makes them and you know, honestly was. It was such a I So enjoyed writing this this book, even though you know, in some way, I would have had way more time on my hands this year to write it And I'm you know, I would like to say if anybody wants a personalized copy. They sent me an email and agent James at free press dot com because, of course Unfortunately, book signings are not realistic, but it was such a joy to write this book and the publisher said, you know, coming around 70,000 words and I was close to 100,000 words because There's just, you know, this franchise is just so incredible. Well, sure. I mean, all you're going to say is Lindsay able on how and you got 50,000 words on then you got Probert, McCarthy McCarty and then and then you got ice cream in and on down the list and You know Scotty Bowman? Yeah, they're they're all parts that make up the Red Wings history. But I got to tell you, I I'll never forget some of the enjoyable times down there. The Red Wings also held a and I don't know whether people realize this..

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WJR 760

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"808 590957" Discussed on WJR 760

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WJR 760

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"808 590957" Discussed on WJR 760

"Inviting you to call in with your questions at 808 590957 again. That's 808 590957. Dr Colander OSHA van's here piping India to call Schuman. Yes, I'm sunny Florida. Weird. I'm there in the sunshine in Monroe. Jack, What's your question? Okay. Jim, Um Regarding asymptomatic patients who test positive for covert. You know, when you have The symptoms you can kind of tell when you start to get better. How long is it safe for that asymptomatic person to go around? Others, particularly others, if there and you know, compromised or or not, I guess. How do we know when that person Is against safety to be around others because they never had any symptoms to begin with. Well again, it comes down to what type of exposure that I have, that they become exposed a sick person and what kind of test did they have? So if they had a sub quality of a sub standard test asked him to get tested again to confirm and so let's say they are Multiple positive tests. I asked him to quarantine for two weeks and after two weeks then they should be free to go about and rejoin their life. Okay. Should Bandy of another collar. Yeah. So what? Next? We have Jake from Oxford. Jake, What's your question? Hi, Doc. Earlier you mentioned the drug that shall not be named along with, um, You know, I see that because I've read a lot about it. I've read about all the studies Henry Ford's study that they did. But I've also read that, you know. Hey it, son. It wasn't a double blind, placebo controlled trials, So no, it's no good right? Anyone that talks about on YouTube is being Do you want to talk about it on the Internet is, you know just what state they're shut down. So what's going on with us? I see. Well, you plus treatment that you know is so bad Or let's let's talk quickly before wjr shuts down. So so, you know, it's I drugged. That should not be named. Time I dressed. Okay, So how'd you clown suit? Cora Quinn. Thanks. I'll get it out so You know, it's I'm not using it for everybody. I am using it on people that I feel comfortable using it with because it does have some cardiac side effects. On But it's not a study that I'm doing either. So that you are treating your patients with her drugs. A Clark Wenonah selected basis and really, I don't have that many patients with covert. So the handful of patients I've used that have used that have all done very well. Okay, But so what you're saying is if you jump on early with it, I know you said that son on a prior Pryor's show again. This isn't There's no data to support how amusing the drug, but it's working for you and your patients. That's all your patients care about. They're still alive. Come on, give another collar. Next. Now pat from Richmond Pats. What's your question? Hi, Doctor. Thanks for taking my call. I want to make sure I didn't hear you wrong. I think you said you don't you don't recommend Advil because it causes information. I thought Advil of the Master Idol anti inflammatory Well, Eurocrats, So Advil has been proven over the years to cause high blood pressure. So not just had ville but nonsteroidal anti inflammatory drugs, which is there's many have been shown to increase high blood pressure increased risk for heart disease. So for that reason, you know, there's a covert related myocardial injury that occurs off and So I don't want my patients using Advil during Cove it because they both can cause a heart injury. And on that note, Let's talk a little bit about what you are doing with your patients. I see that you brought one of your patients with you tonight, So I'll let you have the floor and I won't interrupt you. Okay? How about that? Thank you. So I asked Sean to come in on balk about his experience with the practice because it just gives us an opportunity to talk about new topic so Sean. Welcome. Thank you And Allah. Sean. How did you get to Dr Collins are when? When did you come to him? How long have you been seeing him? But then Dr Colander for five years now, and I was recommended to him from a person that I knew a friend of my eyes. And Spent a great doctor may I mean he When I came to him, I came to him and I was kind of kind of lost didn't know how to go about staying healthy again with a doctor. That would, uh, that understand my situation. So when I did get with him, uh, we we became, you know, real close and ah, person. I could talk to that understood. My situation is there So did you have a specific situation? A specific medical condition that you were, like, Really looking for that particular doctor that was going to get a handle on our Was it just a general. You know you want to stay in good health. I mean, it was It was general is most likely it was more general than Pacific. But I didn't have issues, you know, but I just needed the Have a dark, dark and really trust and defiant and When I did meet him. He was A person I could talk to define, and it was giving me good tools or how to go about living. Because he really he really want to told Liv, you know that's that's that's what I like about him. And he don't miss no areas of your life. You know, I mean, your health He tells you how to go about mean he just carrying out there and I've been followed. I've been within five years and been staying healthy. Everything you tell me to do. It does being Kobe free say that your own about lies. You said before the show we were talking to you and your own about you're going places And you're as you said, Covert free, Which is amazing. So Dr Colander is this a typical example of your patients? Well, I mean, You know, I have a variety of people in my practice, and so everyone's an individual. And you know why? I asked John to come on. Is that Part of prevention is identifying stressors. And so Sean did come in with a unique set of stressors that we were able to talk about it over time. Find ways to reduce those stressors and he's been doing great. So let me let me just stop you here because you used the word stress and a lot of people live under all kinds of different stresses. Is stress a major factor in artery disease and heart disease and how big of a factor is it? The answer is stress is a major root cause of Corner already disease, strokes, dementia, Parkinson's and other chronic illness, so so you can eat while you can exercise you go to your doctor. You can follow the medical advice..

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"808 590957" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"808 590957" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

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WJR 760

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"808 590957" Discussed on WJR 760

"808 590957, always our number will be back tomorrow on the Frank Beckmann Show the news coming up that Rush Limbaugh Right now. Dana Clark is sitting by Shias. W. J. R's traffic and weather first. This report is sponsored by Compassion International. We're all feeling the weight of Cove in 19, but for kids in poverty around the world, things are becoming desperate. Join compassion International and provide for a family in poverty. Make your one time $40 gift text hope 283393. Still dealing with that situation. Lane is blocked due to an earlier vehicle fire in Washington on 94 eastbound between Kalmbach and you Old the US 12 traffic still backed up from atleast Clear Lake Road now W. J. R weather first from the Weather Channel. Sponsored by the Mechanical Contractors Association of Detroit. When your commercial industrial public a residential project calls for plumbers, pipefitters or H Back service technicians, the Mechanical Contractors Association of Detroit connects you with the very best highly skilled and trained union contractors. Get started on your next project. Visit. Emcee a Detroit dot or clouds all day today could see a passing a stray shower or storm this afternoon high of 74 Tonight Showers Continue, possibly overnight, then partly cloudy your low 44. A dry day on Tuesday, mainly sunny and a high of 67. Cloudy sky. 67 degrees. I'm Dana Clark W. J. R News with Maria's born in three minutes. Recently, W. J R filmed a.

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WJR 760

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"808 590957" Discussed on WJR 760

"Your questions at 808 590957 again. That's 808 590957. Dr Colander can't tell you how impressed I am that you have listeners in South Korea. That's amazing. Amazing. The reach right mate goes already big right pollster even but anyway, but it's also good to know it was a good question. I got health and you've discussed Got Hella lot. Toby Gerald Listeners. You've got a worldwide audience. So we're here, mostly talking about covert prevention and howto take charge of your health. But even I have another call. We have a color in the land we have sharing from Detroit sharing. What's your question? My question is if I was exposed to someone that with around someone else that had cold at 19, should I wait 10 days before I get a cold? Sharon. Great question these air all difficult to answer. So what I would recommend is you need to know when that person who you were exposed to was exposed because that's when the clock starts. Celery. That person has a 14 day time frame where, frankly, they should be quarantined. So if they don't get sick within 14 days on their clock of exposure, that's when your clock ends in my mind. So again. This comes down to the new CDC guidelines of not getting tested if you've been exposed because look at the timing, you know, your friend may have been exposed 56 days before. So that's when your clock starts. Not 14 days from your exposure to your friends. So if your friend gets 14 days from their exposure, that's when you're off the hook. But in the meanwhile you should really be Quarantined until that time because you don't know where you are. You might be positive. You might be negative. The tests are not that reliable The time by the time you hear an answer your 14 days or up anyway, so You know, good luck, staying home and keeping away from other people and just drink a lot of water. Take your vitamin D in your sink and call us if you have any problems. Okay, Here's my question for a number to reach to it. 866 calendar That's 866. While e n d. E R. Have any further questions will be glad to get back. Teo is quickly as possible. I'm sorry. Can you repeat that 866 calendar That's 866 K 0 l e. In the Thank you so much for your afternoon. Your time. We will be well. Good luck. Okay, Doctor calendar, You know, here we have these people calling in and you know they're quarantining and there They're exposed to people, and then you're the same time we just talked about the fight. The tests are unreliable. So what's the point of waiting and getting tested? Well, guy wanted just remind the audience of the ark that are our office took in the show has taken so back in April. We were hot on testing, but again, we were offering state of the art serology testing. And we're also offering some state of the art swab testing. But now you know, with the inability of our government to establish a national level. Not. You have to get national level testing, and you also have to have national level contact Tracy in order for this whole system, Tau work without that being in place. The testing that we have is not that effective. And for that reason I've been telling my patients and I get tested with after exposures for about a month now, so the path of the CDC came out and said, Don't bother getting tested. To me. This is ah common sense recommendation, not a political recommendation. It's being played off in the news as this is the you know, basically our president. Putting pressure on the CDC to tell people not to get tested to keep the numbers down before the election. To me, it's common sense now again. I'm not I think our whole system is messed up, and we should have had proper testing from day one. Now that's not been done, so why not? Well, it's a failure Well, This is a mirror of our health care system. Our whole healthcare system is based on The back end. So what's the back end in coverted? Make sure we have enough ventilators and ice you beds to keep people who are ready to die in my world. We want to be on the front end identified disease early and prevent it. So the front end in the world. The cove it is identified. People have the disease, isolate them find ways to keep them healthy and not even see a hospital or an emergency room. So that's where that's where I'm coming from. In terms of Cove. It also none of your patients. I may say wherever admitted to the hospital, which certainly is ah, lot of credit t with your program of prevention, but coming back to you know, you've been ahead of the curve all along is this calls for a start? Let me ask you one more question here. Why? I mean, we go out. We go to stores. We ought to target we have to go to grocery stores were still involved with being around people. Interior. We can't stay away from. We have to get groceries. We have to go out. How do we know we may have been exposed to people? My question to you is Why are we not just saying Everybody get the serology tests to see the good antibodies? Why is that? Not the most important is well, because you, Khun Astrology just tells you that you've been exposed and that you do or do not have immunity. It doesn't mean that you I will not become exposes somebody today or tomorrow, So it's important to maintain social distancing and wear a mask because we do not have frontline surround testing to see if you've been exposed today. Have you a rapid test in 20 minutes. That was very accurate. That told you retested, I'd say Go ahead, do that test. But the rapid testing is not that accurate. So that by the time people discover they've been exposed, it's been 56 days. You know, we all should still be wearing masks and social distancing and the reason is that we do not have proper Testing in place. We do not have social, the contact tracing in place. If that were done, then we could all be working, frankly. But because it isn't we have tto sit in our rooms were a mask. Keep our distance. And and again testing in my opinion, is not that valuable When you don't trust the result, and you don't get the results after 3 to 5 days, we have another caller. We have Vera from Farmington Hills here. What's your question? Vera. They have a do we have here online? Maybe not. Okay, Well, maybe we'll get her back on. Okay. Sons. Good. So, Dr calendar. So what is the answer and sons? All very archaic here. It sounds like you were right about your analogy of the stone. Ages Well is archaic and our again our government has get our government has not invested. In prevention. Our government doesn't invest in our government and our insurance companies, not just our government, but our private insurance companies do not invest in prevention..

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"808 590957" Discussed on WJR 760

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08:49 min | 1 year ago

"808 590957" Discussed on WJR 760

"808 590957 808 590 W. J. R. You can call our Texas there and also watch us on Facebook and on YouTube right back to the phone's going to Dave in Windsor. Good morning, David. Days and days. Put Dave on hold reconnect with him. It's goanna in ST Clair Shores. Good morning, Anna. I think comic, Kilpatrick say, Imprison it took what I have to get on there. I? Well, I agree. I mean, you know for me. Ah, yes. I mean, I think he committed crimes. And now he's doing the time. So I agree with again and thank you for the call. 808 590957 1000 apologies to Lillian in Brighton. I skipped over you, Lillian. I apologize. You're on the Frank Beckmann show. Good morning to you. Thank you So much for the bully pulpit to say black lives matter. The only thing now I feel like I'm feeling I'm feeling a pushback. From what I have learned. I believe if I cut myself and I bleed and they cut themselves we have the same blood. I know it's been really hard, but peacefully demonstrating is one thing destroying is another. And what I've learned this last week makes me very great. And this is what I read from The New York Post June 25th 2020 The founder of Black Lives matter, Patrice Powers and her fellow organizer's are trained marks. Making clear their movements Ideological off. Foundation. Collars, 36 was a protege of Eric Man, former educator of the Weather Underground domestic terror organization and spent years absorbing a Marxist Leninist ideology that shaped her world view. Also the other co founder, Alicia Garcia said. We are trained marks is now I think a lot of people marching for the black lives matter. Don't understand where this is coming from the start their leaders and that group Wass totally funded by George Sorrow, single handedly and funded Osco and T. Fox. We better wake up. We're going to be losing our country. Um Dylan, almost Oh, my, the Congress woman that she wants to dismantle America's economy and political views, and she fled from oppression. And now she must have us live in hope. Well, Yeah, I would better do something. We better stand up for our rights. People can't be staring down our monuments in our history. I am a first generation America. My grandparent's off work were killed by the Turkish genocide many years ago and Europe. And you know, for many years we couldn't hear Turkish or anything in our home. But, you know, eventually you have to say the sins of the father are not the kids and I let that go. It makes me a lot happier person. But also I want to quote one thing from real quick Lillian from Joe Biden and March 2019. This is word for word. He said He'd be damned if he'd be responsible to pay for what happened. In 300 years adult. He also so no one currently in live was responsible for that. People should remember this when they go to the voting booth. Yeah, I and I absolutely here, Lillian and I hear what you're saying. And in terms of Be a lamb. I mean for me the protests. Look, if if you're angry, you're upset. I understand If you're pro testing, I really don't have much of a problem with you Protest ng, even if that's the ideology It's the riders that that you have to separate from the protesters. Ifyou're peacefully protest ng. You know that's fine. That's that's part of what makes this country great. But when it gets out of control, I don't view the people who are agitators as protesters. Those are not the same people to me. If you're getting out to the streets because you want to protest because you're angry, that's fine, but understand that that those people are not the ones that are that are Literally rioting and tearing cities down. Those are the people. The peaceful protesters aren't the ones I I've I've I've been able to separate them s so Yeah, I appreciate the Colleen Thank you. 808 590957 805 90 W. J. R Let's try to go back to Larry and Commerce Township. Good morning, Larry. Tomorrow. The couple from Orient. Hoo! Ah! He pulled her handgun with captain based on last week. Yeah. Well, you know, he was a veteran. And he worked for Oakland University, and they fired him. Yes, you will never have to do cross the line. You talked about it yesterday. Are you so upset with Oakland University? I hope they do the living hell out of him. Larry to me. That is a that is a huge issue for me. Is is not allowing something to play out. That to me is is is a huge, huge problem that I have with with everything going on right now again, you want to protest you want? Do you think God bless? That's that's your prerogative, and you could do that, But but we have to let things play themselves out. The people are entitled to due process, just like you're entitled to go out and protest. So for me, I completely agree with you. In terms of due process. I think there should be We have to allow space for that. And right now, it seems like we're glossing over it. And that to me is that it's a means of problem. Anything different, and that's what he was doing, hoping that Yeah. I know. I hear you. Yeah, I hear you, Larry. I appreciate the call. Thank you. 808 590957 Let's go to rot in Dexter. Good morning, Rod. Morning going. I'm good. How are you? Hey, I have a 313 phone number and I did not get the emergency alert. Yesterday. My wife, nearly 517 phone number scared the crap out of one. The thing went off. She freaked out candy man downstairs, and she's like is you get the most nights and I'm like what she goes. The emergency alert said didn't get it. Just let me see your phone. Nothing. Really? So I did not get one either. Well, you'll have to check and see if that if that, Ah, um is turned off on your on your settings. Because that is an option. You can turn those emergency alerts off and you won't get those messages. So maybe it's off. But now I look, that's the 2nd 313 number. We've heard that that didn't get the message. That's very interesting. We'll keep an eye on it last night on TV, the emergency alert then came upon our cable company. Okay? And I envisioned myself. Oh, God. Please don't tell me she's going to use the emergency alert system to tell people to put man. Yeah, I got a problem with that, too. I agree. It seems like it's an abuse of the abuse of the system. But even though I live out here, you know and what Tony and I could not give the Three phones. Yeah, Interesting. All right. Thank you. For the call may appreciate it. 808 590957 already a couple techs here. I want to get to another call just yet. We're going to take a break here in a second. It's 100% political What I see nature thriving. I knew it was okay to breathe the air. People really need to stop drinking the Kool Aid Enough is enough from an unnamed texture with the mask. What is happening to our herd Immunity? We're setting ourselves up for a heck of a cold season, let alone the flu season. I agree with that. I mean, Ah, you know? Yeah, I I agree. I remember the governor talking at one point saying, you know, we've saved X amount of lives during locked down. You know, there's been a decrease in.

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